TREE FU TOM AND THE CARROTS OF DOOM
William (Age 6) our “Chief Tester” at Entertain the Kids was over the moon to be asked to review Tree Fu Tom and the Carrots of Doom. He thought the title was really funny and he loves chanting “Tree Fu Tom” and he watched the DVD on repeat so many times I almost know the plot myself.
The DVD is aimed at “pre-school” children and I do believe they will be captivated by Tree Fu Tom.
Are you ready for some more fun in Treetopolis? Tree Fu Tom is! Join Tom, Twigs and all their friends and get ready to perform some Big World Magic to help Tom save the day in five new action-packed adventures in Tree Fu Tom and the Carrots Of Doom, out to own on DVD courtesy of FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment.
In The Carrots of Doom the Tree Fu Rangers are trying to win their ‘Green Fingers’ badge, but the carrots on Ariela’s range have grown huge and gone crazy thanks to some seeds from the Big World and Zigzoo’s Harvesting Hands invention!
Meanwhile, in Ranger Tom: A Badge Too Far Tom and Twigs are desperate to get more Tree Fu Ranger badges than Chezz. In their haste to win the badges, Tom and Twigs soon learn that trying to do too many things at once can be disastrous but are given one last chance to prove themselves.
Tree Fu Tom is pre-schoolers’ very first super hero. The globally acclaimed highly interactive animated series where movement makes magic has been delighting young audiences since its launch on CBeebies in 2012. When trouble strikes Tom must ask the audience to create magic that saves the day!
Tree Fu Tom and the Carrots of Doom
Run time: 132 minutes
Carrots of Doom
The Tree Fu Rangers are trying to win their ‘Green Fingers’ badge, but the carrots of Ariela’s range have grown huge and gone crazy thanks to some seeds from the Big World and Zigzoo’s Harvesting Hands invention!
Picture This Dragon
Tom and Twigs are excited when Treetog decides to teach them a new tricky spell that can be used to control the magic of an enchanted scroll that brings into being whatever is drawn on its pages. However the friends find themselves in trouble when they try and use the scroll without the all-important spell!
Tom and Twigs turn detective to find out who has taking certain items without asking, including some Dragon Berries belonging to a giant Boing beetle. Tom is going to need your help to perform some Big World Magic to calm the situation when the Boing beetle realises his berries are missing!
Ranger Tom: A Badge Too Far
It’s a bumper badge day at Tree Fu Ranger Club with three new badges up for grabs. Tom and Twigs are desperate to get more Tree Fu Ranger badges than Chezz. In their haste to win the badges, Tom and Twigs soon learn that trying to do too many things at once can be disastrous but are given one last chance to prove themselves.
When Stink accidentally finds the legendary Golden Crown of Greatness and becomes King of Treetopolis, he revels in having the power to do whatever he wants. However he soon discovers that being King is not all fun and games!
The Sprite Before Christmas
Tom and Twigs are so looking forward to Winter Fest that their over-excitement very nearly ruins the celebrations for everybody else when Tom opens his present from Twigs early. It’s only when they learn that all good things come to those who wait and the virtue of patience that they are able to save Winter Fest for everyone.
About FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment (FMKFE) is a worldwide leader in family entertainment and one of the most dynamic independent producers, licensors and distributors of engaging and ground-breaking content in the sector. The division works in collaboration with best-in-class partners to build global franchises that connect with children and families across multiple platforms and touch points. FMKFE’s broad and distinctive brand portfolio includes pre-school action animation series Tree Fu Tom, breakout comedy Strange Hill High, aspirational girls’ pre-school series Kate & Mim-Mim and the brand new series of Danger Mouse. It also owns the rights to a rich archive of children’s classics including: Rainbow and Count Duckula containing over 5000 hours of programming. FMKFE is part of FremantleMedia, one of the leading creators, producers and distributors of TV entertainment brands in the world.