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Baby Einstein: Baby Monet (2005)

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Baby Mozart is a movie part of the Baby Einstein series aimed for toddlers. It is meant for your toddler listen to music by classical composer Amadeus Mozart (Mozart for Babies)

Director: Julie Aigner-Clark
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In the end credits, the logo changes. In the opening credits, the word "Monet" is spelt with a blue "m", a red "o", an orange "n", a yellow "e", and a green "t". In the end credits, the "m" is purple, the "o" is orange, the "n" is light blue, and the "e" is purple. However the "t" is still green. See more »

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Really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational

Wow! This is a really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational video. I said that because I watch this on DVD with my 16-month-old nephew from time to time. If I had to pick, this would be the one I like most. This is because it's really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational. Still, I think that all the Baby Einstein videos are really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational. Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say that the Baby Einstein company really knows how to reach a toddler's developing mind. Now, in conclusion, if you have children, nieces, or nephews, I strongly recommend this really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational video.


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