Tickety Toc: Vacation Time

DVD Release: June 30, 2015
Tickety Toc: Vacation Time
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Synopsis

It’s finally summer in Tickety Town! Tommy and Tallulah gather their buckets and shovels, Hopparoo rolls up his hammock and McCoggins gets his inflatable ship at the ready for the annual summer vacation to Tickety Beach! Soon they are all packed and on their way, singing the Tickety vacation song as they sail along the high seas! Little do they know a storm is brewing and about to blow them off course. The ship is soon being tossed this way and that way, until it has a blow out and comes to rest on a desert island—along with a beached whale! How are they going to get back on the sea? And, furthermore, how are they going to get back to Tickety Town for chime time? In this super-sized collection of summer adventures, the Tickety Town team, along with your own preschoolers, will learn the importance of teamwork, community and, of course, having some good ‘ol fashioned summer fun!

Dove Review

Tickety Toc is a colorful animated series that will entertain the entire family. This film is geared toward preschoolers. The gang at the clock store go on a lot of adventures, and in this collection they go on vacation, camping and to the beach. Tommy and Talluhah are out for some fun but they must get back in time to sound the chime on the clock. No matter what they do they take their responsibility seriously. Even if a friend needs help or there is a problem, they find a solution and are home in time to do their job.

Everyone will adore these charming characters as they demonstrate teamwork, friendship and being responsible. Even on vacation, Tommy and Tallulah show there is something to learn. We are proud to award “Tickety Toc: Vacation Time” the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

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Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
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Info

Company: Anchor Bay Entertainment
Genre: Children
Runtime: 108 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe