The Dancing Princess

DVD Release: May 13, 2008
The Dancing Princess


This DVD contains four episodes: 1. The Dancing Princess 2. A Suitcase for Mr. D 3. A Very Loud Snore 4. We Are All Together
Episode One: Everyone is settled into an inside activity on this windy day. Oogleberry is painting. Mo is playing with a ball, Mr. D is doing a jigsaw puzzle, Tiny Tina is dancing, and Courtney is reading. But Tina’s dancing disrupts everybody else’s adventures.
Episode Two: Mr. D is fed up with the gang and seizes the opportunity to visit his former owners (believing it to be a better home) and starts packing. The others soon realize they don’t want Mr. D to leave, and Mr. D comes to realize he is already in the best place he could be, in his own home with his friends.
Episode Three: A very loud snore wakes everyone up. It’s Mo! The gang tries to help Mo stop snoring. Now, Mo’s afraid of snoring and disturbing her friends so she tries not to sleep, making for a very tired Mo.
Episode Four: Everyone is busy cleaning and checking off chores as they prepare for Courtney to come home from her trip. The gang all have gifts for Courtney, too. Courtney arrives home but is overwhelmed by the bickering of the gang. Each wants to go first.

Dove Review

This is a delightful DVD. The gang from “Mustard Pancakes” is back, along with the star and host, Courtney Campbell. Each episode in this volume deals with subjects which kids and adults all can relate to, for example when Tiny Tina interrupts everyone’s activities with her own activities in the episode “The Dancing Princess”.

This DVD is wholesome with some music and songs written by Courtney Campbell herself. We highly recommend this DVD for family viewing and gladly award it our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Mustard Pancakes Productions
Writer: Michael Thoma and Joel Wertman and Cathy Moss
Director: Jason Furukawa and Trevor Evans
Genre: Children
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter