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Dinosaur train. Ocean adventure.

Findaway World, LLC. (Added Author). PBS Distribution (Firm) (Added Author). PBS for Kids. (Added Author). Jim Henson Company. (Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 9781617073915
  • ISBN: 1617073911
  • Physical Description: 1 video media player (1 hr.) : digital ; 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 in.
  • Publisher: [Solon, Ohio] : Playaway View : [2011]

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General Note: Title from Playaway View label.
"PBS Kids"--Container.
Previously released by PBS Distribution, c2011.
Issued on Playaway View, a dedicated video media player.
Powered by rechargable battery ; container includes one electrical power adapter.
Earphones not required for audio playback.
Originally aired as 4 episodes of the PBS television program, Dinosaur train.
Formatted Contents Note: Elmer Elasmosaurus (13 min.) -- Carla Cretoxyrhina (13 min.) -- Amazing Michelinoceras Brothers (13 min.) -- Paulie Pliosaurus (13 min.).
Summary, etc.: Elmer Elasmosaurus: The Pteranodon family travels on the Dinosaur Train to an underwater train station to transport Elmer Elasmosaurus back to his home in the ocean. At first Buddy is not enthusiastic about travelling underwater, but quickly becomes a convert when he sees the spectacular sights under the sea.
Carla Cretoxyrhina: On this underwater excursion, the Pteranodon family meets up with Carla Cretoxyrhina, a young shark who turns out to be much nicer than her reputation suggests. She introduces the family to her dad, bringing them face to face with the "Big Fish in the Sea".
The amazing Michelinoceras Brothers: The Pteranodon family travels deep underwater on the Dinosaur Train to view two backwards-bounding brothers named Max and Mitch Michelinoceras. The kids are delighted to see that Max and Mitch put on a synchronized swimming show.
Paulie Pliosaurus: The Pteranodon family takes the Dinosaur Train underwater to visit a marine reptile called Paulie Pliosaurus, a creature known as the "T. rex of the Ocean." Buddy and Paulie compare features and find that they actually have a lot in common.
Target Audience Note: Not rated.
Subject: Dinosaurs > Juvenile films.
Genre: Children's films.
Animated television programs.
Educational television programs.

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