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Shaun the Sheep 8 Seasons 2006

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Shaun is a sheep who doesn't follow the flock - in fact, he leads them into all sorts of scrapes and scraps, turning peace in the valley into mayhem in the meadow. Shaun and his pals run rings around their poor sheepdog Bitzer, as he tries to stop the Farmer finding out what's going on behind his back. Every day brings a new adventure for Shaun.

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John Sparkes, Justin Fletcher

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Season 1
1. Mower Mouth/Who's The Mummy?/Shaun The Farmer

A pesky goat is tethered in the sheep’s field, and threatens to eat all their grass. When it breaks free, Shaun is taken on a ski-ing trip all round the farm./ Shaun comes across some newly-hatched chicks who think that he is their mum. He soon tires of the little pests and is determined to get rid of them, but how.

UNIVERSAL Subtitles Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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2. The Bull/Scrumping/Saturday Night Shaun

When a bull wanders into the sheep’s field, Shaun finds out it’s a bad idea to make him ‘see red’. But then the Naughty Pigs pour some red paint into the sheep dip./ Shaun’s attempts to get his hands on some apples from a tree overhanging the Naughty Pigs’ yard soon escalates into all-out war between sheep and pigs.

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3. Take Away/Sheep On The Loose/Sheepwalking

The tempting aroma of the Farmer’s takeaway inspires Shaun and his pals to go on a mission to the local pizzeria, disguised as a human./ When the Flock nip off on the bus to the local funfair, it’s up to Shaun to convince the Farmer that nothing is wrong until Bitzer can round up the lost sheep./ It is a peaceful night at the farm, until Shaun starts to walk in his sleep.

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4. The Kite/Camping Chaos/Save The Tree

The flock think they’re in for fun when a kite blows into their field. But it gets stuck in a tree, so it’s up to Shaun to find a way to get it down./ An unfriendly camper sets up his tent in the sheep’s field. When he goes off exploring, Shaun and the Flock decide to do some exploring of their own./ The Farmer wants to turn the tree in Shaun’s field into firewood.

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5. The Visitor/Abracadabra/Shaun Encounters

When a strange space craft crash-lands on the farm, Shaun and co. help its little green occupant get air-borne again./ When the Farmer decides to throw out his magic set, Shaun decides to put on a show – but things get out of hand when the flock start disappearing./ Two alien kids land at the farm one night and run riot. Can Shaun and Bitzer stop them before they wake the Farmer.

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6. Troublesome Tractor/Heavy Metal Shaun/Helping Hound

The Farmer’s tractor won’t start, so when his back is turned Shaun and the flock decide to give it a quick make-over./ Shaun thinks the Farmer’s new metal detector looks like fun – until it ‘detects’ the ring on the end of the bull’s nose./ The Farmer decides to get a robotic sheep-dog, but when it turns out to be even stricter than Bitzer, Shaun decides it has to go.

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7. Off The Baa!/Fetching/Little Sheep Of Horrors/Tooth Fairy

When a cabbage bounces into the field from a passing truck, Shaun decides to use it as a football. But the Naughty Pigs are out to spoil the sheep’s game./ Bitzer falls in love with a she-dog from the local camp site. But when the flock create havoc in the farmhouse, Shaun has to get the sheepdog’s mind back on his job.

UNIVERSAL Subtitles Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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8. Shape Up With Shaun/Bitzer Puts His Foot In It/Hiccups

Shirley The Sheep has put on even more weight than usual, so Shaun decides to help her get in shape with a rigorous exercise regime./ The Farmer is laying concrete and Bitzer is left to guard it while it dries. But the wet cement proves too much of a temptation for Shaun and the flock.

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9. Bathtime/Big Top Timmy/Still Life

The flock refuse to have a wash in the freezing sheep dip, so Shaun goes on a commando raid to hi-jack the hot water from the Farmer’s bath tub./ A circus sets up in a nearby field, and a spellbound Timmy wanders off to investigate. Can Shaun rescue him before the Farmer notices he’s gone?/ The Farmer takes up oil painting and is determined to paint a masterpiece.

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10. Shaun Shoots The Sheep/Fleeced/Washday

Shaun finds a camera which some ramblers have dropped, and sets about taking snapshots of the flock – but Bitzer is soon on the trail of the missing camera./ The Farmer decides it’s time to give the flock a shearing. But when they see his first attempt, Shaun and co. plan their escape./ Shaun and co.

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11. Buzz Off Bees/Timmy in a Tizzy/Things Thant Go Bump

The sheep discover a mysterious buzzing object in their field. Shaun investigates and finds it’s full of bees, who make the flock’s life a misery./ When the Farmer takes Timmy’s favourite sheep-dolly, the little lamb won’t stop crying. So Shaun rallies the flock to get it back from Pidsley, the farm cat./ One dark and stormy night the flock are unable to sleep.

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12. Mountains Out Of Molehills/The Farmer's Niece/Stick With Me

The flock are enjoying a boogie when a freshly-dug molehill interrupts their fun. Shaun has to resort to ever more extreme attempts to get rid of the pesky mole./ When the Farmer’s Niece comes to stay, Shaun and Bitzer soon discover she isn’t as cute and adorable as she seems.

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13. If You Can't Stand The Heat/Tidy Up/Snore-Worn Shaun

It is a scorching hot day, and the Flock are desperate to cool down in the Sheep Dip. There’s only one thing in their way: the sun-bathing Farmer./ The sheep’s field is in a mess, and the Farmer tells Bitzer to clean it up – but he makes the mistake of getting Shaun and co. to help.

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Product Details

Genres Children & Family
Director Lee Wilton
Starring John Sparkes, Justin Fletcher
Supporting actors Richard Webber, Kate Harbour, Jo Allen, John Sparks
Season year 2006
Network Aardman
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By R. Wood TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 19 Nov. 2008
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So much greatness has come from Aardman Animations, or rather the gifted genius of Nick Park. Morph, Creature Comforts, Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run obviously leap to mind of the brilliance and wonder of stop-motion animation at it's best. And Shaun the Sheep is the next thing to continue that impeccable line of animated works.

Shaun the Sheep, as you no doubt have realized, is the spin-off series featuring the lovable character who achieved fame and stardom when he first appeared in Wallace and Gromit's A Close Shave. Here, Shaun has now grown into the young, brilliant leader of a flock of sheep in a quiet, peaceful countryside farm, where they get into all kinds of mischief, adventure, merriment and relaxation, either with or at the expense of the Farmer's trusty and friendly sheepdog, Bitzer.

And that's the theme for this whole series. Every episode features all kinds of wild antics, such as ordering pizza, playing football with cabbage, scrumping for apples, rivalling with the Naughty Pigs, exercising, trying to deal with wild, unleashed animals, performing magic tracks, having parties...the list goes on and on. And like all the other things that have come from Nick Park and Aardman, every single episode is presented and executed with great charm, brilliant humour and life-like animation.

Shaun the Sheep is something I personally consider to be the BEST thing on children's television today. The fact that it's Aardman should be reason enough for anyone to accept that, but other reasons include the fact that with each episode being roughly seven minutes long, a lot is packed into them, and each one is utterly wonderful and memorable.
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This collection of the Complete First Series of Shaun the Sheep is, like the titles song itself says, a treat. The quality of the episodes is remarkable and the sense of innocent humour is most touching. Of course these are no ordinary sheep. That in itself makes it something of an endearing experience, for one has to contrast immediately the notion of 'sheep' with the sheer ingenuity of this particular herd and its slim hero. But the dog is a tremendous character in its own right and its solidarity and complicity with the sheep is a tribute to an enduring sense of camaraderie. And then there are the mischievous pigs to contend with, or the aliens or just the desire to eat pizza like the farmer. The latter is himself the embodiment of distraction on account of his extreme shortsightedness. This places him in the most absurd of situations so that he is easily hoodwinked by his own woolly friends. But above all the whole thing is all-too-human and each episode navigates the initial challenge with an admirably restrained quality that preserves the inner core of a sensitive feeling for the inevitable ironies of life --fortunately, in this case, without irreparable consequences. Though slapstick abounds, it never gets out of hand and the technological element, which can be so overwhelming in the twin production of Wallace & Gromit, is also kept in proportion. All-in-all this whole collection is a delight indeed and my kids and I have watched the whole thing once and are already on the second or third round. So from my own end of the world and from my own personal experience, I cannot recommend this collection high enough as a source of innocent family entertainment.
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Fantastic for everyone, laugh and fun without a word. Surely you will ask for more, like me and my children.
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This is a brilliant example of a highly educative and understandable animation for kids and a funny and intelligent one for adult.
Shaun does not speak, so even if you and your kid are not english speaking, you can still fully appreciate it: it is made of the essence of cinema and audiovisual expression: sound and pictures, where characters expression, action, colors and sound effects tell you what's going on, the mood and even the intentions and personalities of the characters.
It is another incredible plasticine creation from the same guys of Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run and PIrates.
A mix of gentle touch and crazy inventions, a surreal attitude and a bunch of good values cleverly shown and told through short and delicious stories
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Originally, Shaun the Sheep was a guest character in Nick Park's wonderful "Wallace and Gromit" Series. Through the episode "A Close Shave" and one appearance in "the Cracking Contractions" series, Shaun became so popular that he has ended up with his own series. Set after the "Wallace and Gromit" episode, we find Shaun and his flock living at the Mossy Bottom Farm. The farmer, unnamed so far, is their owner and his dog, Bitzer, has to take care of the flock every day. Making sure that Shaun and his mates do not cause mayhem around the property and region. Which is what ends up happening under various circumstances (ex: the farmer, Bitzer, Shaun, or a sheep from the flock like Shelly and Timmy). Other characters join in the episodes of this first season. We have three pigs, a bull, a rooster, a chicken, a duck, the farmer's cat named Pidsley, the delivery guy, an old woman, and travelers who pass by the farm. A rich and diverse range of characters that bring up conflict and misadventures to the characters.

With forty episodes, this set offers the first season of this stop-motion series. Each episode is six minutes long, and unlike Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep doesn't contain any dialogues. Everything is seen from the point of view of the animals, which means that the human dialogues are mumbles, and the animals either bleat, bark, oink, or quack when they interact with each other. Not once do we get any subtitles describing what the animals are saying. Viewers therefore have to interpret the story through its images. That is characters actions, visual puns, corporal expressions, and objects interactions.
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