Wee Sing Video Series

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The Wee Sing Video Series is a collection of live action musical videos for children. Many of the videos contained colorful characters that taught lessons to children, like being young at heart or overcoming personal challenges with the help of friends. The series was started in 1985 and ended in 1996. As of 2004, the first nine videos in the series are now on DVD.

Wee Sing Together (1985)[edit]

Sally gets a surprise when her two favorite stuffed animals, Melody Mouse (dressed up as a ballerina) and Hum Bear, magically come to life and take her, in addition to her brother Jonathan and their dog Bingo, to the magical Wee Sing Park to meet a marching band and celebrate her birthday party with their friends. They sing, dance, and learn how to conquer their fears when a storm hits.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "The More We Sing Together"
  2. "Skidamarink"
  3. "Head and Shoulders"
  4. "The Finger Band"
  5. "Walking Walking"
  6. "Rickety Tickety"
  7. "Little Peter Rabbit"
  8. "I'm a Little Teapot"
  9. "The Alphabet Song"
  10. "Bingo"
  11. "What Are You Wearing?"
  12. "Happy Birthday to You"
  13. "Old MacDonald Had a Farm"
  14. "Looby Loo"
  15. "Rain Rain Go Away"
  16. "There is Thunder"
  17. "The Eensy Weensy Spider"
  18. "If You're Happy and You Know It"
  19. "Reach for the Sky"
  20. "My Name and Address"
  21. "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"
  22. "Teddy Bear"
  23. "The More We Sing Together (reprise)"

King Cole's Party (1987)[edit]

Jack, Jill, Mary, and Little Boy Blue journey toward King Cole's palace to join him and his other subjects in celebrating 100 years of peace in the kingdom, bringing various gifts: a kitten, a pair of mittens, and a fuzzy blanket, among other things. The main message is that the best gifts come from the heart, but it also teaches the importance of helping others and using good manners.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "Old King Cole"
  2. "Betty Botter"
  3. "Pat-A-Cake"
  4. "Polly, Put the Kettle On"
  5. "Sing a Song of Sixpence"
  6. "Peas Porridge Hot"
  7. "Jack and Jill"
  8. "Mary Had a Little Lamb"
  9. "Little Boy Blue"
  10. "Walking Chant"
  11. "Six Little Ducks"
  12. "There Was a Crooked Man"
  13. "Wibbleton to Wobbleton"
  14. "Seesaw, Sac-Ra-Down"
  15. "This Old Man"
  16. "Humpty Dumpty"
  17. "Little Bo Peep"
  18. "Little Jack Horner"
  19. "Little Miss Muffet"
  20. "Rub-A-Dub-Dub"
  21. "Jack, Be Nimble"
  22. "Little Tommy Tucker"
  23. "Peter Piper"
  24. "Old King Cole (reprise)"

Grandpa's Magical Toys (1988)[edit]

A boy named Peter and his friends, David and Sara, visit his grandfather and discover his many toys and their secrets, all in the search of a missing music box key that he misplaced. When he leaves the room, the kids shrink down and the toys come to life. This story encourages children, teenagers, and adults alike that no matter how old you are on the outside or body type you have, you'll always be young at heart.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "Good Morning"
  2. "Punchinello"
  3. "A Sailor Went to Sea, Sea, Sea"
  4. "Long Legged Sailor"
  5. "The Muffin Man"
  6. "One Potato"
  7. "Pretty Little Dutch Girl"
  8. "Dutch Girl"
  9. "I Love Coffee, I Love Tea"
  10. "Mabel, Mabel"
  11. "Miss, Miss"
  12. "The Farmer In the Dell"
  13. "Did You Ever See a Lassie?"
  14. "The Hokey Pokey"
  15. "Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar?"
  16. "Roll that Red Ball"
  17. "One, Two, Buckle My Shoe"
  18. "One, Two, Three O'Leary"
  19. "One, Two, Three A-Twirlsy"
  20. "The Merry-Go-Round"
  21. "Hambone"
  22. "Playmate"

Wee Sing in Sillyville (1989)[edit]

Two kids named Lori and Scott, along with their dog, Barney, magically enter their coloring book to help an aptly named Sillywhim resolve the townspeople's differences. They encounter the yellow Spurtlegurgles, the blue Twirlytops, the green Jingleheimers and Fruggy Frogs, the red Bittybooties, and Purple Pasha and her menagerie. The primary message is that being different should never be a barrier to being friends.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "Do Your Ears Hang Low?"
  2. "We're Here Because We're Here"
  3. "Boom, Boom, Ain't It Great to Be Crazy?"
  4. "Michael Finnegan"
  5. "No, No, Yes, Yes"
  6. "Once an Austrian"
  7. "The Grasshopper Song"
  8. "John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt"
  9. "Little Green Frog"
  10. "Frog Round"
  11. "Down by The Bay"
  12. "Risseldy, Rosseldy"
  13. "Bitty Booty Baby"
  14. "One Bottle o'Pop"
  15. "I'm a Nut"
  16. "A Ram Sam Sam"
  17. "Five In the Bed"
  18. "Be Kind to Your Web-Footed Friends"
  19. "Make New Friends"
  20. "Let Us Sing Together"

The Best Christmas Ever (1990)[edit]

Just five days before Christmas, when Poofer the Elf tries to help his best friend Gusty the Elf, he gets lost and winds up in the home of the Smiths, a loving family, and meets their caroling neighbors as well. He and the Smiths journey to the North Pole in an effort to aid Gusty, who has grown unexceptionably clumsy. After the elves and even Santa Claus himself wrestle with the issue, Susie realizes what's wrong - Gusty needs a new pair of glasses. This story encourages children to wear glasses, but also has subtle messages about cultural diversity, helping others, the importance of working together and wearing a seat belt and helmet while traveling, and that an adoptive family can be as close and loving as any other.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"
  2. "Tapping"
  3. "O Christmas Tree"
  4. "Two Little Christmas Trees"
  5. "Mother's Knives and Forks"
  6. "Here We Come-A-Caroling"
  7. "Deck the Halls"
  8. "Christmas Day"
  9. "When Santa Comes"
  10. "The Angel Band"
  11. "Little Bells of Christmas"
  12. "Star Light, Star Bright"
  13. "The Christmas Wrap"
  14. "Christmas is Coming"
  15. "Chubby Little Snowman"
  16. "The Chimney"
  17. "Gusty the Elf"
  18. "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas"
  19. "Jingle Bells"
  20. "Down Through the Chimney"
  21. "Santa Claus is Coming"
  22. "Up On the Housetop"
  23. "Twas the Night Before Christmas"

Wee Sing in the Big Rock Candy Mountains (1991)[edit]

Lisa waits until her two stuffed animals, Snoodle and Doodle, come to life and they take her to a magical secret place called the Big Rock Candy Mountains when her friends, Debbie and Eric, don't want to do what she wants to. When they arrive there, the Meecy Mice arrive late because of their issues with Little Bunny Foo Foo, who keeps bopping them on the head, making the Good Fairy so angry at him. How will they ever find out?

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "Hide and Seek Chant"
  2. "The Big Rock Candy Mountains"
  3. "Howdy-Ho-Hiya"
  4. "Little Bunny Foo Foo"
  5. "Ring Around the Rosie"
  6. "Follow Me"
  7. "Grizzly Bear"
  8. "Grasshoppers Three"
  9. "The Fly Has Married the Bumblebee"
  10. "Fritsy Works With One Hammer"
  11. "The Upward Trail"
  12. "This is the Way We Wash Our Hands"
  13. "Sarasponda"
  14. "Baby Birds"
  15. "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"
  16. "Nobody Likes Me"
  17. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen"
  18. "Smile"
  19. "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow"
  20. "Right Hand, Left Hand"
  21. "Jimmy Crack Corn"
  22. "The Big Rock Candy Mountains (reprise)"

Wee Sing in the Marvelous Musical Mansion (1992)[edit]

Three kids named Alex, Kelly, and Benji and their Auntie Annabella go visit their Great Uncle Rubato in his Marvelous Musical Mansion where the music boxes come to life, the hat rack sings and dances, and the door knocker requires you to solve a riddle before you enter. However, in the darkness of the night, several small but important items vanish, requiring the children to locate the thief. Each segment teaches the viewer about musical theory or terminology.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "My Aunt Came Back"
  2. "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain"
  3. "How Do You Do?"
  4. "My Hat, It Has Three Corners"
  5. "The Orchestra Game Song"
  6. "Tap-A-Cappa"
  7. "The Ballerina's Waltz"
  8. "The Doodle-Det Quintet"
  9. "The Marching Song"
  10. "Viva La Campagnie"
  11. "The Melody Song"
  12. "The Magic of Music"
  13. "Hickory Dickory Dock"
  14. "Round the Clock"
  15. "Oh Where, Oh Where?"
  16. "Clap Your Hands"
  17. "Reuben and Rachel"
  18. "Hey Diddle Diddle"
  19. "Oh Where, Oh Where? (reprise)"
  20. "The Magic of Music (reprise)"
  21. "When the Saints Go Marching In"

The Wee Sing Train (1993)[edit]

Two kids named Casey and Carter are magically transported into the world of their toy train set and begin a journey through several very different locations. Along the route their elephant friend, Tusky the engineer, learns how to be careful and think things through.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "Down By the Station"
  2. "Train Is A-Comin'"
  3. "Get On Board, Little Children"
  4. "Home On the Range"
  5. "The Old Chisholm Trail"
  6. "Chuggin' Along"
  7. "Put Your Little Foot"
  8. "Hey, Mr. Knickerbocker"
  9. "Engine, Engine"
  10. "The Vegetable Song"
  11. "Had a Little Rooster"
  12. "The Old Gray Mare"
  13. "I Love the Mountains"
  14. "Two Little Blackbirds Sitting On a Hill"
  15. "The Train Went Over the Mountain"
  16. "Keemo Kyemo"
  17. "Jenny Jenkins"
  18. "You Are Special"
  19. "I've Been Working On the Railroad"
  20. "Get On Board, Little Children (reprise)"

Wee Sing Under the Sea (1994)[edit]

Devin and his grandmother find an enchanted conch shell that takes them to the ocean floor where they encounter many undersea creatures, including an underwater jazz band (which includes Ink, a multi-percussion band playing scatman octopus, and Spike, a bass-imitating beatnik pufferfish) and Ottie, a fuzzy baby otter. Along the way they help Weeber, a lost penguin, find his way back to the South Pole and help him be comfortable with his odd light blue color, which makes him different. This story also touches on the destructive effects of pollution.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "Under the Sea"
  2. "Ten Little Seashells"
  3. "Creatures In the Sea"
  4. "Bubble, Bubble"
  5. "Little Baby Ottie"
  6. "Down On the Ocean Floor"
  7. "Twinkle Starfish"
  8. "The Clam Dance"
  9. "Sing Your Way Home"
  10. "The Adding Game Song"
  11. "One, Two, Whale That's Blue"
  12. "You Are You"
  13. "Sing Your Way Home (reprise)"
  14. "The Pollution Solution"
  15. "Go Round and Round the Coral"
  16. "I'm a Hermit Crab"
  17. "Crabby Hermit Changed His Ways"
  18. "Rockin' and Rollin' Under the Sea"
  19. "Bubble, Bubble (reprise)"

Wee Singdom: The Land of Music and Fun (1996)[edit]

Wee Sing characters Punchinello, Sillywhim, Little Bunny Foo Foo, Weeber, Snoodle and Doodle, and Tusky, who are all from earlier Wee Sing Videos, ride the Wee Sing train to Sing-a-Ling-a-Land where Singaling and Warbly are hosting a big musical party called "The Wee Sing Festival". Sing-a-Ling-a-Land also happens to be an extension of Annie and Tim's gameboard, however, the main guest of honor, a singing rainbow, is missing, so as each character performs his or her respective performance, Chug-a-Long the engine and Cubby the caboose are sent to go look for her by asking a cirrus, stratus, cumulus cloud where she disappeared to. Eventually, she is found after Annie and Tim find her on their gameboard while playing with their cat, Stacatto, and as a reward, they are invited to attend the Wee Sing Festival and the singing rainbow is able to perform.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "Off We Go to Sing-a-Ling-a-Land"
  2. "We Welcome You"
  3. "You're My Special Friend"
  4. "Time For the Show to Start"
  5. "Going On a Bunny Hunt"
  6. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen"
  7. "If I Had A Hammer"
  8. "Are You Sleepy?"
  9. "Frere Jacques"
  10. "Mary Had a Little Lamb"
  11. "I Am a Cirrus Cloud"
  12. "I Am a Stratus Cloud"
  13. "Juggling, Juggling, Toss the Ball"
  14. "The Marching Dance"
  15. "The Rhyming Game"
  16. "It Isn't Any Trouble Just to Rhyme a Word Or Two"
  17. "Rig-A-Jig-Jig"
  18. "I Am a Cumulus Cloud"
  19. "Polly Wolly Doodle"
  20. "One Elephant Went Out to Play"
  21. "Colors of the Rainbow"
  22. "We Sing-a-Ling-a-Ling With All Our Hearts to You"

Wee Sing Animal Songs (1996)[edit]

This video features 15 clips from different Wee Sing Videos that include an animal song with each of the intervals between them featuring an animated clip of Singaling and Warbly.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "Bingo"
  2. "Had a Little Rooster"
  3. "Little Baby Ottie"
  4. "Little Miss Muffet"
  5. "The Eensy Weensy Spider"
  6. "Do Your Ears Hang Low?"
  7. "The Old Gray Mare"
  8. "One, Two, Whale That's Blue"
  9. "Grasshoppers Three"
  10. "Little Peter Rabbit"
  11. "Frog Round"
  12. "Mary Had a Little Lamb"
  13. "I'm a Hermit Crab"
  14. "Two Little Blackbirds Sitting On a Hill"
  15. "Old MacDonald Had a Farm"

Wee Sing Classic Songs for Kids (1996)[edit]

This video features 15 clips from different Wee Sing Videos that include a classic children's song with each of the intervals between them featuring an animated clip of Singaling and Warbly.

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "The Alphabet Song"
  2. "Jack and Jill"
  3. "The Farmer in the Dell"
  4. "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"
  5. "Rain, Rain, Go Away"
  6. "Home On the Range"
  7. "The Hokey Pokey"
  8. "Jack be Nimble"
  9. "Boom, Boom, Ain't it Great to be Crazy?"
  10. "Ring Around the Rosie"
  11. "Humpty Dumpty"
  12. "The Muffin Man"
  13. "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"
  14. "Star Light, Star Bright"
  15. "Playmate"

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