1 videodisc (149 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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Dora the Explorer: animation director, Ken Kessel ; theme song composed by Josh Sitron, Billy Straus, Sarah Durkee ; editors, Brian Langman, Julian Lauzzana, Dave Wigforss ; created by Chris Gifford, Valerie Walsh, and Eric Weiner. Blues clues: created by Traci Paige Johnson, Todd Kessler, Angela C. Santomero ; producer/designer, Traci Paige Johnson ; animation director, Dave Palmer. Wonder pets: created by Josh Selig ; creative director, Jennifer Oxley ; music producer, Jeffrey Lesser ; head writer, Billy Aronson ; lead composer, Larry Hochman. Jack's big music show: created by David Rudman, Todd Hannert, Adam Rudman ; composers, Todd Hannert, Terry Fryer ; editors, Ed Pickart, Maeve Price, Don Lee. Yo gabba gabba: created by Scott Schultz, Christian Jacobs. Blue's room: created by Traci Paige Johnson, Angela C. Santomero ; developed by Wendy Harris, Dave Palmer, Jennifer Twomey, Alice Wilder.
Dora the Explorer: Kathleen Herles, Harrison Chad. Blue's clues: Steven Burns. Wonder pets: Sofie Zamchick, Teala Dunn, Danica Lee. Jack's big music show: Laurie Berkner, Milkshake. Yo gabba gabba: Lance Robertson. Blue's room: Donovan Patton.
Dora the explorer: Dora and Boots want to wish on the first star they see in the night sky, but when Little Star falls to Earth, they'll need your help to put her back in the sky. Blue's clues: Steve, Blue, and Tickety are reading nursery rhymes and you need to figure out which is Tickety's favorite. Wonder Pets: The Wonder Pets fly into a puppet theater to save the Three Little Pigs and then head to a nighttime forest to help a lost Baby Owl. Jack's big music show: Henry Monster wants to be scary enough to get into the "Scary Monster Family photo album". Yo gabba gabba: From dancing out the wiggles to doing different things to get to sleep, settling down for dreamtime is a musical journey. Blue's room: It's a sleepover play date, but Blue needs to help Sprinkles find his "sleepy game" that will help him get to bed.
DVD; region 1, NTSC; full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital.