Plunkie is reading the final few words of a PJ Butternut book to Twinkle. Then it's off to the library to help set up for a reading by Ms. Butternut herself. Twinkle rounds up the rest of the gang. Plunkie drops the kids off at a studio for art lessons. The teacher, Nikki, is blind and she explains to the kids how she uses other senses to make her art. Twinkle decides she wants to make her mom Does Michael Sheen know his own career? Watch the video.
Take a journey to Higglytown, the wonderfully imaginative world where everyone is a hero. The fun-filled stories and songs will introduce your children to everyday heroes with best friends Eubie, Wayne, Twinkle, Kip and Fran. Join Doc as she goes from running her backyard clinic to taking charge of a new, state-of-the-art Toy Hospital! The excitement begins when Doc is transported to McStuffinsville, a magical new place filled with toys! Thankfully, she's brought the whole gang to pitch in, with Lambie in the nursery, Stuffy on vet duty, Chilly as receptionist, Rosie the ambulance and, of course, Hallie too. Together, they'll heal toys from near and far. Plus, there's more! You'll get to join Doc as she meets her new baby sister and learns how to care for her with toy Baby Cece! Super-stuffed with over two hours of heartwarming, song-filled fun, this is Doc's biggest adventure ever!
Heroes On The Move DVD
The show's characters are shaped like Russian nesting dolls. In the show, children Wayne, Eubie, Twinkle, and Kip learn about all of the important jobs that people do in Higglytown. The song was composed and produced by Mark Harrison, the show's senior songwriter. Each episode contains two songs. An initial "dilemma" song which sets up the "problem" which needs to be solved followed by the song "I'm a Higgly Town Hero" song which introduces the hero who solves the problem, some of the heroes would later appear in later episodes. While every hero song has the same basic melody as the initial hero song written by Harrison, he performed and produced each song with different lyrics and instrumentation to fit the episode's specific hero. Brad Mossman, the other principal songwriter, composed lyrics and music for a number of dilemma songs in many episodes as well. Pizza Guy is called Pizza Man instead, causing minor lip-sync issues, most of which would probably not be noticed by the show's target audience.
Skip to Content. Parents and caregivers: Set limits for violence and more with Plus. Parents need to know that this is a cartoon for preschoolers that teaches lessons about solving problems, working together, and recognizing the contributions that everyone makes to a community. A primary lesson in the series is for kids to see heroes are not only firefighters, but grocers, farmers, and telephone operators. Join now. Add your rating See all 17 parent reviews. Add your rating See all 8 kid reviews. Also in the mix is Fran, the red squirrel, as the voice of reason.