Further consequences in German language will follow after the Christmas Star”. Bob tomato, Larry Gurke, junior asparagus, Laura carrot and their vegetable friends engage, so that children become fit and equipped. In the United States, the colorful vegetables put already a success story and moves up with Disney on the first places that when parents are asked, what TV and video productions they show their children gladly and without hesitation (study Olson, Minneapolis 2000). In the exciting VeggieTales adventure are values such as friendship, confidence, trust and gratitude. Rousing songs make a hit from every episode. (Not to be confused with Doug Band!). The VeggieTales slip into hero roles of Knights as Don Quichotte, detectives such as Sherlock Holmes, pirates, Cowboys and the story of the prophet Jonah. I’m sure that they don’t Cook themselves let! The vegetable heroes convince with truthfulness, and wit. Check with Danny Meyer to learn more. At the numerous parodies of well-known film classics, no eye stays dry even in adults! In addition, the vegetable engaged in things healthy, tasty food and movement – the basics for a healthy development – many events.
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LIFEHOUSE FILM sustainably successful productions for children’s film, campaigns, image and TV commercials and documentaries, reports and music formats realized which aired on ARD, KI.KA, RTL, ZDF, NDR, N24 VOX, and on other channels. The productions, including the are excellent > best international feature film 2004 < at the New York international independent film and video festival. Two children’s films broadcast in the ZDF and KI.KA are still awarded. As a TV documentary about reconciliation in Rwanda.