Synopsis of Henry Hugglemonster: Meet the Hugglemonsters:
Welcome to the newest, happiest, most monster-rific spot on the map – the wondrous land of Roarsville – where five-year old Henry Hugglemonster lives, plays and learns something “roarsome” every day!
Together with his loving parents and grandparents, big brother Cobby, sister Summer, baby bro Ivor, and a town full of cuddly monsters, Henry embraces all the joys and challenges of growing up. Whether he’s helping his sister put on a show, setting up a hugglejuice stand or entering his monsterdog Beckett in a pet pageant, he’s always discovering new ways to be the best brother, friend and monster he can be! Packed with over two hours of song-filled fun, teamwork and adventure, Henry Hugglemonster: Meet The Hugglemonsters! will make your preschooler roar for more every time!
Talent Appearing on Henry Hugglemonster: Meet the Hugglemonsters:
Lara Jill Miller (Digimon: The Movie, “Iron Granny”) as Henry
Tom Kenny (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, Frankenweenie) as Daddo and Grando
Lori Alan (WALL-E, Toy Story 3) as Momma
Hynden Walch (Groundhog Day, Jerry Maguire) as Summer
Chiara Zanni (X2, Good Luck Chuck) as Cobby
Kari Wahlgren (Bolt, Tangled) as Ivor
Director of Henry Hugglemonster: Meet the Hugglemonsters:
Norton Virgien (The Rugrats Movie, Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!)
Street Date of Henry Hugglemonster: Meet the Hugglemonsters DVD:
Available on January 14, 2014
Episodes on Henry Hugglemonster: Meet the Hugglemonsters DVD:
1 – “The Huggleflower/“Monster Lullaby”
2 – “Astrobrix”/“The Sore Roar”
3 – “Promises Promises”/“Fireworks Night”
4- “The Hugglejuice Stand”/ “The Huggledance Party”
5- “Carried Away”/“Monster in Charge”
6 – “Monsterpet Pageant”/“Ivor’s First Stomp”
Bonus Episode: Horseshoe Peck/Callie’s Gold Nugget
Run Time: Approx. 144 Minutes
What we thought:Disney JRs Henry Hugglemonster will be available to take home on DVD January 14, 2014, I received a copy to review and have fallen in love with the characters and show. Filled with music and life lessons for the preschool crowd that holds the kiddos attention. My youngest, 6 years old, happily cuddled in to watch the episodes. Afterward she loudly proclaimed that this show is perfect for her Junior and Senior Kindergartener friends. I casually mentioned gifting the DVD to one of them and her response was, “Well, they can watch it when they come to visit.”. She is not giving up this fun-filled DVD.