Deck the halls with Donkey’s laughter in this all-new holiday collection. Donkey presents his very own carolling stage show featuring his Far Far Away pals in this merry, musical treat with all the trimmings! Join in the fun as they bring their own Shrektacular spirit to festive holiday songs, a fun Donkey Decoration scramble, and a hilarious virtual Yule Log that’s so funny… it’s on fire.
Four Londoners head off into the depths of the English countryside to share a little Christmas cheer, they get more than they bargained for.
Go, Diego, Go! is a children's television series created by Chris Gifferd and Valerie Walsh, and is a spin-off of Dora the Explorer. The show premiered on September 6, 2005 and ended on September 16, 2011 on Nickelodeon. It also aired as part of the Nick Jr. on CBS block from September 17, 2005 to September 9, 2006. On December 20, 2006, Nick Jr. announced that it had ordered twenty new episodes that were in production. Since April 2008, the show has been dubbed into Spanish and airs in the United States on Univision as part of their Planeta U block.
The lifes of the Plá Pérez family living in the community of Las Condes, focusing on the youngest son named Diego Plá, and his pet, a green dog called Glot.
Diego, a young camel, lives quietly in the desert with his friends Tony scorpion, Zazie ostrich, fennec Joe and Larry the lizard. One day he found a can containing Ziggy, part raccoon, part genius. After making his first vows 2 (cafeteria for him and his friends and a pool), sand enters the can which acts lampre in engineering. It remains only wish to perform for that Ziggy is free. But the vows made by Diego always turn to disaster and prevents Ziggy take his freedom.
An all-access look at two parks: the world-class San Diego Zoo, voted #1 zoo in the world, and the one-of-a-kind, 1,800-acre San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The Zoo: San Diego will showcase the stories of some of the more than 3,500 animals that call these remarkable places home.
THIS IS NOT A TV SHOW IT IS A MOVIE. I wish there was still a convert to movie button. Look folks if it is a movie based off a TV Show it is still a movie that is being talked about here so why mark it as a TV Show?! REALLY????
American Tongues is a 1988 sociolinguistic documentary examining American English dialects and accents and perceptions thereof. It was produced and directed by Louis Alvarez and Andrew Kolker. The Center for New American Media won a Peabody Award for the film in 1987.