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LazyTown - Sportacus on the Move [DVD]

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4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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Product details

  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: 2entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Oct 2009
  • Run Time: 122 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002KSA42Y
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 63,873 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

This eighth DVD will contain the following five episodes:

Sportacus on the Move
A day in the life of Sportacus, as he goes about his daily routine - performing incredible stunts and saving the residents of LazyTown.

Ziggy’s Alien
Ziggy wants to play “outer space” with the other kids, but they say he’s too small. Robbie Rotten poses as an alien named Zobby and tries to make the kids do his bidding. Ziggy befriends the “alien” but the other kids believe “Zobby” should return to his own planet. They blast Zobby and Ziggy into space in a homemade rocket, which goes haywire. Sportacus arrives just in time to save the day.

Crystal Caper
When Sportacus accidentally drops his Crystal, a covetous Stingy picks it up… and does not return it. Robbie turns in a fake crystal in order to get the reward: one free wish: And his wish? The banishment of Sportacus! Will Stingy give the crystal back in time to save the day?

Zap it !
Pixel builds a machine that makes things vanish, thinking that he can help his friends get out of chores the easy way (by not doing them). Too bad Robbie gets hold of the machine and uses it to make Sportacus vanish! Pixel soon realizes there is no easy way - he didn’t make the chores go away, they’re just invisible. The only way to solve a problem is to roll up your sleeves and do the hard work. Can Pixel right his wrong before all of LazyTown is gone from sight?

Swiped Sweets
When the Mayor in a panic asks for the aid of the kids to help him bake a cake for Bessie’s birthday, things seem to go right until the cake turns up missing, and all the evidence—supplied by the detective Sherlock Foams (Robbie in disguise)—points to Sportacus! He is tried and placed in Lazy Jail, while Ziggy and the gang must solve the riddle of the swiped sweets.

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Episodes: This eighth DVD will contain the following five episodes: Sportacus on the Move - A day in the life of Sportacus, as he goes about his daily routine - performing incredible stunts and saving the residents of LazyTown. Ziggy's Alien - Ziggy wants to play "outer space" with the other kids, but they say he's too small. Robbie Rotten poses as an alien named Zobby and tries to make the kids do his bidding. Ziggy befriends the "alien" but the other kids believe "Zobby" should return to his own planet. They blast Zobby and Ziggy into space in a homemade rocket, which goes haywire. Sportacus arrives just in time to save the day. Crystal Caper - When Sportacus accidentally drops his Crystal, a covetous Stingy picks it up... and does not return it. Robbie turns in a fake crystal in order to get the reward: one free wish: And his wish? The banishment of Sportacus! Will Stingy give the crystal back in time to save the day? Zap it ! - Pixel builds a machine that makes things vanish, thinking that he can help his friends get out of chores the easy way (by not doing them). Too bad Robbie gets hold of the machine and uses it to make Sportacus vanish! Pixel soon realizes there is no easy way - he didn't make the chores go away, they're just invisible. The only way to solve a problem is to roll up your sleeves and do the hard work. Can Pixel right his wrong before all of LazyTown is gone from sight? Swiped Sweets - When the Mayor in a panic asks for the aid of the kids to help him bake a cake for Bessie's birthday, things seem to go right until the cake turns up missing, and all the evidence-supplied by the detective Sherlock Foams (Robbie in disguise)-points to Sportacus! He is tried and placed in Lazy Jail, while Ziggy and the gang must solve the riddle of the swiped sweets.


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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sportacus on the Move! 26 April 2010
My two sons of 6 and 4 year old are fond of Sportacus, Stephanie and all their friends including the naughty Robbie Rotten.
At last, a children's television programme which encourages sport activities and cleverly promotes all fruit and vegetables calling them 'sport candy'. Miracles happen: the boys are now eating vegetables and fruit.
It's up to them to eat their vegetables and fruit to help Sportacus save the day! Greatly recommended!
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Fab mix of episodes my daughter loves it! We had a look on Internet re who the real Sportacus actually is...he's an absolute inspiration...a real superhero, I would recommend everyone check him out
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant DVD 9 Oct 2011
By Wombat1
My son loves Lazytown and likes to copy Sportacus. This DVD was great value and my son has watched it over and over again.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Repeats repeats! 4 Dec 2012
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My son become a fan of Sportacus overnight so I indulged his entusiasim by purchasing this dvd. Sadly all of the episodes on the dvd were what my son had already seen on tv hence he got bored very quickly. Glad to say this phase didnt last long as I am not a fan of Sportacus at 7 in the morning!
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