Wednesday, 3 October 2012

The Jungle Bunch DVD


The Jungle Bunch, John Lithgow, children DVD
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Lots of Jungle stuff around us this year. After Raa Raa the Noisy Lion and Jungle Junction, we were given the chance to review The Jungle Bunch DVD, which I think you should watch if you love animation and laughter!


The Jungle Bunch, John Lithgow, children DVD












Story: Penguins in the South pole are suffering from the Walruses' bullying, and two brave penguins, Ping and Pong, decided to look for the legendary 'The Great Tiger Warrior' from the jungle. They found Maurice (voiced by John Lithgow who voiced for Shrek), a penguin who accidentally left South pole when he was still an egg and was adopted by a tigress.


The Jungle Bunch, John Lithgow, children DVD






The Jungle Bunch, John Lithgow, children DVD












Maurice is convinced that he is a tiger as well, and has adopted his own son - Junior, the tiger fish. Soon he gathered a bunch of misfits from the jungle including Miguel the gorilla, 2 hilarious frogs Al and Bob, Gilbert the bush baby, Fred the Elvis Presley styled warthog and Batricia the bat, and head to South Pole to rescue the penguins.


The Jungle Bunch, John Lithgow, children DVD










The Jungle Bunch, John Lithgow, children DVD








The Walruses were strong and mean, but Maurice and his gang cleverly outwitted them and saved the day.


The show was really funny, especially when the Jungle Bunch tricked the walruses into traps and used them as toys! I especially love Miguel the gorilla, he reminded me of the line 'Me no Dum Dum. You Dum Dum!' (Night at the Museum). You have to watch the show to know what I mean!


The Jungle Bunch, John Lithgow, children DVD












The DVD also include 6 'Behind the Scenes' mini movies that you should watch! It will be available from Monday 8th October 2012, retailed at £6.99 only, or pre-order it now for £6.47 from Amazon UK. It is also available for digital download and via video-on-demand on the 8th.


Disclosure: I was sent a review disc to review; all opinions are honest and my own