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Join spot his family and friends on this musical adventure


Leo Nielsen


Andrew Brenner (stories), Eric Hill (characters)





Credited cast:
Corey Burton ... (voice)
Shaun Fleming Shaun Fleming ... (voice)
Jane Horrocks ... Narrator (UK version) (voice)
Dave Kinnoin Dave Kinnoin ... (voice)
Tress MacNeille ... (voice)
Haley Joel Osment ... Spot (US version) (voice)


Join spot his family and friends on this musical adventure

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Official Sites:

Eric Hill/Salspot Ltd





Release Date:

13 June 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Spot's Musical Adventures See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

King Rollo Films See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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pleasant, nonthreatening entertainment for toddlers
14 March 2008 | by happy_aliSee all my reviews

This video features the sweet, simple world of Spot the puppy, who lives in harmony with his family as a helpful, cooperative child. He is polite, and when his mistakes are pointed out, he is quick to respond appropriately. If you have been exposed to a lot of children's television, you're used to children that are whiny, selfish, and ill-tempered. Spot is a great exception.

My children enjoy the songs, which are, fittingly, very simple. They're almost more like background music than the feature of each show. If this was the UK version, titled Spot's Musical Adventures, I'd have been disappointed in the music, as none of it is particularly catchy or memorable.

The segments with real children that are placed between the cartoons are a nice diversion. The interruption to the animation keeps my kids from getting too glassy-eyed, and I like the diversity of children and activities displayed. I also like that the children are instructed in tasks of exploration and discovery, which they are then shown to be enjoying.

My favorite element of this series of shows is the fact that Spot has actual parents. In so many children's shows, children function in a strange, nearly parent-less world. Spot's parents are often present, and even his grandparents make appearances. The adults are engaged with Spot, supportive and loving, but also insisting on good behavior.

Overall, this video is highly appropriate for preschool-age children, who will find inspiration for many creative activities and nothing to be afraid of.

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