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Wee Sing in the Big Rock Candy Mountains (1991)

| Family | Video 1991
What would it be like to slide into a world of ice cream mountains and lemonade streams? Come and see in The Big Rock Candy Mountains! Follow Lisa and her friends, the Snoodle Doodles, on a... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelsey White ...
Lisa (as Kelsy White)
Sandra Dee Heidecke ...
Susan Bonde ...
Karen Boettcher-Tate ...
Gregory Donavon ...
Kate Kinhan ...
Burl Ross ...
Little Bunny Foo Foo
Ellie Klein ...
Green Meecy Mouse
Kathy Philpott ...
Peach Meecy Mouse / Puppets (voice)
Carol Steinel ...
Yellow Meecy Mouse
Jacqueline Dickey ...
Good Fairy
Kevin Malstrom ...
Jessica Lee Mallare ...
Renee Davis ...
Kate Finn ...
Puppets (voice)


What would it be like to slide into a world of ice cream mountains and lemonade streams? Come and see in The Big Rock Candy Mountains! Follow Lisa and her friends, the Snoodle Doodles, on a scrumptious musical adventure to a magical land right out of a child's dream. Meet huggable locals like Profster, Felicity, and Little Bunny Foo Foo as they sing, dance, picnic, and play along to over 20 fun-filled songs. But it's not all candy crunching and lollipop licking. You'll learn important lessons about friendship, kindness, and recycling - and see just how delicious healthy food can be. The whole family will enjoy this enchanting hour of sing-song, dance-along, romp-along, fun from the special world of Wee Sing. Wee Sing in the Big Rock Candy Mountain is an enchanting addition to the uniq world of the award winning Wee Sing family of DVDs and Book & Music CD packages known for their quality, wholesome, educational, and musical entertainment values. Written by callj-1

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A tempting tuneful treat







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1991 (USA)  »

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$380,000 (estimated)

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I want to live in big rock Candy mountain
21 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So when i was little i got this movie as a present and my sister and i loved it. we would watch it all the time. when our friends came over we would have sleepovers and we'd watch big rock candy mountain and grandpa's magical toys. I'm 21 now and i still love this movie, some old friends and i recently got together and watched it, we knew all the songs and we danced and talked about how much we hated Profster when we were little. One friend actually bought this movie and grandpa's magical toys for her 2 year old daughter because she wants to pass on our love of this movie. This really is a movie you can let your kids watch and feel safe, no violence, no bad language, just lots of great songs and important lessons.

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