Saturday, September 6, 2014

DENVER THE LAST DINOSAUR Complete Series review

Disclosure:  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.

DENVER THE LAST DINOSAUR Complete Series review

I know I am not the only one who remember Denver the Last Dinosaur.  It starts with 4 kids finding a dinosaur egg that hatches!  And from the title I'm sure you realize it was Denver and he just happened to be the last dinosaur.
Denver's  hatching is just the beginning; the series has 52 episodes and each is filled with fun, adventure and friendship.  Denver likes all the things most teenagers like: skateboarding, playing guitar, hanging out with friends and so much more.  With all the fun going on Denver and friends still manage to teach us about being good and making good choices.  It is done is such a fun way that kids don't even realize they are learning a life lesson.
I think Denver started in 1988 (a year after I was born) it lasted 52 episodes and then seemed to disappear!  When I seen the entire series was being released I was thrilled and couldn't wait to enjoy it with my kiddos.

More about the series:

The Entire Collection Arrives On DVD September 19
 Relive the magic of everyone’s favorite skateboarding 
 “Denver the Last Dinosaur” Complete Series DVD is packed with bonus features, including interviews with Creative Director Jeremy Corray, image galleries and seven additional episodes of various classic cartoons, including “Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs." SYNOPSIS
 “Denver the Last Dinosaur” revolves around the adventures of the last dinosaur, Denver, a Corythosaurus who has been released from his egg by a group of multicultural modern California teens: Jeremy, Mario, Shades, Wally and Casey, along with tag-along older sister, Heather. The kids teach Denver the finer points of skateboarding and other pastimes while protecting him from concert promoter Morton Fizzback who wants to use the dinosaur to make money. Release Date: September 16, 2014 
 Language: English 
Running time: 1,300 minutes 

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