A boy detective, with Colonel Audacious and his wonderful invention, in a model aeroplane, the 'flying-eye', foil the efforts of international thieves to steal a secret formula.
It's Christmas Eve, and Irv the Elf is usually the Santa's helper who helps get the reindeer in the air, but this year, things are a little different. Somehow, Irv's gotten trapped inside a plastic snow globe, and now a couple of kids named Heidi and Alex are going to have to team up with the heroes from their favorite fairy tales like Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Pinocchio, in order to make sure Christmas happens for boys and girls all over the world.
A bunch of kids in a backyard are playing a game they call "refugee reception center". Everyone who wants to enter the backyard has to "apply for asylum" by telling an exciting story.
The eighth season of the television series was the first to be produced by HiT Entertainment. The twenty-six episode season was first broadcast in 2004 and narrated by Michael Angelis in the UK and Michael Brandon in the US.
Ayayam is a pretty hamster who excelled at everything. One day, however, she overhears her friends making fun of a picture book she loved and had given to one of them. She is so devastated that she decides she doesnt need friends anymore, locks herself into the library and hasnt taken a single step outside ever since. The God of Books sympathizes with her and gives her a Magic Quill with which she can effortlessly draw any picture and write any story she wants. Meanwhile, Hamtaro learns that Laura and her fellow students will put on Sunflower Taro as their next school play. Hamtaro and friends decide that they, too, want to try their hand at acting and prepare their own version of Sunflower Taro. In the course of preparing for the play, they are suddenly sucked into a strange Picture Book Tower, where Ayayam tells them that they will be characters in her new book – a new and exciting version of the well-known fairy tale Sunflower Taro.
The Patterson family drives into the drive, and unloads the Christmas tree (and accidentally hitting the family dog, in the process). Once inside, John, Michael and Elizabeth, stand the tree up, only to find out that it is too tall.
Angelina, the remarkable prima ballerina mouse stars in 4 new adventures in Lights, Camera, Action! Re-released in a new handle box. Lights, Camera, Action! - When Angelina enters a movie-making contest she decides to make a weepy melodrama in which she plays the leading role. Needless to say, things don’t go according to plan. Anya’s Visit-When her friend Anya comes to stay Angelina is thrilled…until Anya becomes the centre of attention. A jealous Angelina hurts Anya's feelings and the two mouselings quarrel. Can their friendship be saved? Henry’s Halloween-It’s Halloween, and Henry is convinced he’s seen the fabled Chipping Cheddar witch in the village. No one believes him until he bravely saves Angelina and Alice from a scary encounter. Sammy’s Club-Sammy and his friends won’t let William join their downhill racer club. Until, that is, their racer falls apart and William’s father has just the thing to fix it.
A childish and naive Luka, teenager whose world are action TV series and computer games, does not differ reality from fantasies, thus becoming a victim of his slightly older so-called friends who often take advantage of him. In attempt to move Luka off the street and its adverse effects, his mother finds him a nanny, who is unfortunately far from being a piece of event.
Moominpappa tells everybody about his childhood and his stormy youth. He recalls when he was left outside of a children's home and was found by Fillyjonk. He also recalls his first adventures when he left the children's home to take his destiny in his own paws. On his journey, he meets three funny characters who live on a boat and with them he gets to meet niblings and experience a terrible storm that washes them ashore. On land, they get to meet the king who asks them to stay and they do. It ends with both ghosts and weddings...
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