12 year old Sally, with the help of her best friend Doowee, runs a detective agency called S.B.I. - "Sally Bollywood Investigations". Sally's an expert in Kalaripayatt, and she loves to sing and dance, Bollywood style.
Ned Flemkin is a lonely child until he finally saves up enough money to buy a pet newt. But when Newton the newt eats too much Zippo brand newt food, he turns into a 500 pound fast-talking ... See full summary »
Marvin The Tap-Dancing Horse is another show that I watched when I was younger that I also had a chance to watch in the hospital recently. Was it as good as I remembered? Absolutely! In fact, I'm a little surprised that there weren't any reviews posted about this show until now (I felt the same way before I wrote my Maisy review a couple years ago). One of several things that stick out to me is the theme song, which I used to always dance to. While watching in the hospital, I was tempted to dance to it again (incidently, I also used to dance to the PB&J Otter theme song). Done by mother-son pair Betty and Michael Paraskevas, the team behind Maggie The Ferocious Beast, the show follows Marvin, who tap-dances for a carnival and has adventures with friends Diamonds the elephant, Stripes the tiger, Elizabeth the pig, and Eddy, a boy who volunteers every summer. Marvin The Tap-Dancing Horse is and has always been a classic, and one that helped to bring back my energy right after my surgery.
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