Thursday, February 27, 2014

Enchanted Tales review

Disclaimer:  I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid in anyway to write this review.  All opinions are my own.

Enchanted Tales review




Produced by the award-winning production company, Golden Films, and distributed in over 80 countries, Enchanted Tales features 26 classic films, nine of which will hop back onto the shelves in time for Easter. 


Enchanted Tales are new and exciting adaptations of popular children's tales and serve as an introduction to literature for young children. Including hundreds of original songs, classical music and high quality animation, the award-winning EnchantedTales line consists of dozens of movies, each 48 minutes in length. The series has provided hours of entertainment since its debut in 1997 and now EnchantedTales are available with two complete one-hour movies per DVD at one value price.

Perfect for gift-giving, these films are 100% Dove Family Approved and have won numerous awards including:


Winners International Family Film Festival

Parents’ Choice / Recommended Title

Kids First! For Quality Children's Programming
ITA Platinum and Gold Winners
Telly Awards Winners

My review:
I was able to review 5 Enchanted Tales DVDS.  Four of these DVDs were double features!  I'm sure you know I had 2 very excited little boys.
I was able to review
The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Gulliver's Travels
Tom Thumb Meets Thumbelina and Princess Castle
Anastasia and The Legend of Su-Ling
Tarzan Of the Apes and Treasure Island
The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit

First off I want to say each of the Tales were cute, fun and perfect 
for little kids. I personally really liked the characters and how adventurous they were. Each endearing Enchanted Tales story is full of fun sing along songs, cute heart-warming characters, epic adventures and lots of kid friendly humor :).  They bring all the classics to DVD.

The DVD's I reviewed are only a few of many.  These make the perfect gifts for any little one.
If you wish to learn more, or see the other available titles see my link below:

6 comments:

  1. Looks like you might need to take a long road trip in order to watch all that.

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  2. I love the classics on DVD. My son has never seen any version of Treasure Island, and I bet he would like it.

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  3. You can not go wrong with classic!

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  4. I love those classic fairy tales. Will be checking that it.

    Michelle F.

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  5. Oh! I love the variety! My son and niece would love these! Enough choices for both boys AND girls!

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  6. Great selections! Loved these stories as a kid, and would love for my son to be able to read them as well. :)

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