Blue's Clues - Blue's Big Musical Movie
(219 customer reviews)
Join Steve, Blue and all their friends as they plan a backyard musical show! Preschoolers will help Steve and Blue get the show underway, write an all new song with G-Clef --the voice of Ray Charles, and of course, play Blue's Clues. In Blue's Big Musical Movie, preschoolers will sing, dance, play, and learn that they can be anything they want to be! Includes 6 Brand-New Songs! Promotes Critical Thinking, Music (Curriculum including Notes, Rhythm & Tempo), Problem Solving, Confidence, and Self-Esteem
- Amazon Sales Rank: #34335 in DVD
- Brand: Blue's Clues
- Released on: 2000-10-03
- Rating: Unrated (Not Rated)
- Aspect ratio: 1.33:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Formats: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, Live, NTSC
- Original language: English
- Dubbed in: English
- Number of discs: 1
- Dimensions: .75" h x 5.50" w x 7.50" l, .25 pounds
- Running time: 78 minutes
- Blue's Clues Big Musical DVD
Most helpful customer reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful.
blues clues blues big musical movie
By Jason Michael Garcia
i only reason i bought this a own this same movie on vhs dvd & now instant video its a great movie for entire family
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Fantastic and fun
By Sonja Johnson
I adore this movie - the show impressed me as a parent but this movie charmed me utterly. My nephew watched it, enthralled, and clapped along with each song. Even my sixteen year old son watched it, even though he wore out a VHS copy of it when he was a preschooler! It's excellently crafted, the music is spot on perfect for both its audience and its characters, and the drama of the plot is really well done.
Some folks might be uncertain about the "sad" parts of the show. I am not, and here is why. Yes there is a dramatic arc - there is "conflict" and several characters show sadness, even weep. However they all model appropriate responses and coping - social skills that are increasingly lacking. The character work together, show empathy for one another, and use their words to express themselves without harming others. Excellent, excellent lessons for any young child to learn.
But, to be honest, I myself still sing along with most of the songs, especially the blues passages!
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful.
An excellent musical!!!
I remember watching this on Nick Junior when it premiered in 2000 @ my friend's house (we were both in Kindergarten @ the time). We loved it, danced to all the songs and watched it 7 times after that! We never got bored of it! I'm 18 now and even though I've outgrown Blue's Clues, I still watch it from time to time (the Steve episodes, Joe's episode suck with a capital "S"!) If your kid likes Blues Clues, they should watch this!! They'll have the same results my friend and I had!