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VeggieTales: Lyle, the Kindly Viking -- Join our Veggie friends as they walk us through a lesson in sharing! Archibald Asparagus and the French Peas attempt to produce "the world's first all-vegetable staging of Shakespeare's Hamlet," the first-ever "Classy Songs with Larry," and the world premiere of Gilbert and Sullivan's lost musical Lyle the Kindly Viking!

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Release Date:
March 2001 (USA) See more »
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When Archibald Asparagus takes over VeggieTales, he does this episode in a classy way. The "Silly Song... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Mike Nawrocki ... Sven (Larry), Erik (Jerry), Servant #1 (Jean Claude) (voice)

Phil Vischer ... Olaf (Mr. Nezzer) / Harold (Jimmy) / Ottar (Bob) / Bjorn (Mr. Lunt) / Pa Grape Monk / Young Lad (Perey) / Servant #2 (Philipe) / Scallion #1 / Archibald (voice)
Lisa Vischer ... Lyle (Jr. Asparagus) (voice)
Jim Poole ... Horatio (Scooter) (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alexis Bancroft ... Pea Monk (voice)
G. Bock ... Penelope (voice)
Gretchen Heinecke ... Pea Monk (voice)
Abby Hodge ... Pea Monk (voice)
Matthew Hodge ... Pea Monk (voice)
Pamela Thomas ... Mabel (voice)
Shelby Vischer ... Pea Monk (voice)
Marc Vulcano ... Choir
Tayler Vulcano ... Pea Monk (voice)

Directed by
Tim Hodge 
Marc Vulcano 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Phil Vischer 

Produced by
Jennifer Combs .... producer
 
Original Music by
Kurt Heinecke 
 
Film Editing by
John Wahba 
 
Art Direction by
Joseph Sapulich 
 
Art Department
Dennis Bredow .... concept artist
Tod Carter .... storyboard artist
 
Visual Effects by
Richard Gouge .... master lighting artist
Ian Hubbard .... digital artist
Daniel Patrick O'Brien .... lighting supervisor
Jeremy Vickery .... digital artist
Dan A. Walker .... studio technical director
 
Animation Department
Andrew Arnett .... animator
Tom Danen .... animator
Robert Ellis .... animator
Thom Falter .... animator
Joe Gorski .... animator
Joe McFadden .... animator
Nathan Tungseth .... animator
Marc Vulcano .... animation director
Marc Vulcano .... animator
 
Music Department
Jody Nilsen .... choir member
 
Other crew
Tim Toll .... render architect
Andy Youssi .... production assistant
Andy Youssi .... translator
 

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30 min
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Quotes:
Hamlet:But soft, it is Ophelia!
[pause]
Hamlet:But soft, IT IS OPHELIA!
Ophelia (Mr. Lunt):[being pushed onstage by Archibald] I don't want to do it! It's embarrassing!
Archibald Asparagus:Don't be ridiculous! It's tradition! In Shakespeare's day, all the women's roles were played by men!
Ophelia (Mr. Lunt):[pause; Archibald has pushed Mr. Lunt all the way onto the stage] I think we're gonna get letters about this.
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Fantabulous, 13 October 2008
Author: murdermystery77 from United States

This is a great veggietale.The viking wife song is just the tip of the iceberg.The utter silliness,yet classiness(what other show can incorporate gilbert and sullivan and Shakespeare with out dumbing it down or seeming stupid)Omlet is hysterically funny AND accurate.My mother teaches English in high school so she knows lol.The silly song,while different,is addicting and very very cute,I never knew it was parodying Forrest gump.Now while I'm sentimental for qwerty and the bible verse,this was still good.It had good Christian values,but was not stuffy or boring, much like all the veggietales(Sat morning fun)like every veggietales. The one moment that keeps popping into my mind is Archie sitting in his armchair with a faux fire and his leather robe.

This is one of the best veggietales,musical,veggietales,a fun loving,classic or just plain kid at heart movie anyone can and should watch

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