Mystery! Action! Songs! Join Detectives Mary-Kate and Ashley as they undertake daring adventures. Pack your gear and help the Trenchcoat Twins investigate the danger that lurks. Along with ... See full summary »
William R. Moses
The pint-sized twins this time are headed to Deald Gulch, USA to explore the mystery of the missing cattle at the Logical I Ranch! It's up to our detective posse to solve this ten-gallon case before high noon.
In this episode, the super sleuths are called in to help out the Space Program and Mission Control with the help of Alan Bean of Apollo XII, the 4th astronaut on the moon. Unless they solve... See full summary »
With a bit of treble roll off I am finding this to be one of the best of this series that I have, so far.
Of course, without using the tone control on my player then the whole thing is too painful to me. It seems impossible that this can actually be really nice. I have come across this problem occasionally, thankfully not often.
School Dance Party and Hawaiian Beach Party are the others that I currently rate a lot. These do not need tone control. Our Music Video ditto, but needing occasional tone control. Christmas as the only weak one, for me, and it makes for interesting speculation to try to wonder why.
Further, most kids series I have are with the kids in their teens, Skippy 1992 and Pete Pete 1993 to 5 as the main exceptions. This has the twins over a much wider age range. It might easily suit the very youngest DVD types and second + childhood DVD types and more. The low number of positive reviews for the series makes it sense to say that.
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