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Mr. Popper's Penguins EXCLUSIVE Blu-ray + DVD Clip

Just in time for the holidays, enjoy Jim Carrey in MR. POPPER’S PENGUINS, on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download this Tuesday from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.  The whole family will be full of laughs watching Mr. Popper, a driven businessman who is clueless when it comes to the important things in life until he inherits six, “adorable” and mischievous penguins. 

Nimrod and Stinky’s Antarctic Adventure:

The Blu-ray and DVD also features a never-before-seen animated short, “Nimrod & Stinky’s Antarctic Adventure,” in which Zookeeper Nat Jones flies to the antarctic determined to get Popper's Penguins back.  The penguins, led by Nimrod and Stinky, outsmart him once again!

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As Mr. Popper quickly gets acquainted with – and increasingly attached to – his winged roommates, his  life quickly unravels: the deal he’s long been working on with a formidable socialiate, Mrs. Van Gundy, played by the acclaimed Angela Lansbury,  is derailed and Popper almost lands in jail.  While Popper’s penguins turn his swank New York apartment into a snowy winter wonderland - they teach him valuable lessons about family- human and otherwise!

MR. POPPER’S PENGUINS is based on a novel, originally published in 1938, written by the husband and wife team of Richard and Florence Atwater.  Awarded the Newbery Medal in 1939, Mr. Popper’s Penguins became a classic through generations, and is a staple on elementary school shelves to this day.  The Blu-ray and DVD bonus feature “The Legacy of Mr. Popper’s Penguins” highlights literary experts and family of Richard and Florence  Atwater telling the fascinating story behind the story.

Mr. Popper's PenguinsCourtesy of 20th Century Fox

 

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Jordan

Jordan wrote:

Just watched this over the holidays and it was really good! Penguins would be the cutes...
commented: Wed Jan 04, 2012

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u can its on your p/c i for got what they call it but its free ask around the biger guy...
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I want to see that movie so bad
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