Danger Rangers: Fires and Liars

Theatrical Release: October 14, 2005
DVD Release: May 1, 2006
Danger Rangers: Fires and Liars
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Synopsis

The Danger Rangers are helping local firefighters celebrate National Fire Safety month by teaching families across the country how to be Danger Ranger ready in case of a fire emergency. But not everyone is listening. When two mischievous boys think it’s cool to play with fireworks, the Danger Rangers must come to their rescue. In the end, our team of superheroes shows why playing with fireworks and calling 911 for fun is not a danger proof plan.

Dove Review

Fire safety is high on the list when teaching children safety tips and rules. The Danger Rangers have a great way of showing kids the rules and what might happen if you don’t follow them. In this DVD they teach fire safety and the consequences that happen when people call in a false alarm. As always, I believe every child should watch and will enjoy the Danger Rangers. There is the fantastic message of safety, plus the songs help reinforce the tips the Rangers give kids. Everyone will enjoy watching the Danger Rangers and will learn safety at the same time.

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Content Description

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Violence: None
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Nudity: None
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Info

Company: Educational Adventures
Writer: Sean Roche
Director: John Kafka
Producer: Jerry Houser
Genre: Children
Runtime: 30 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe