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The popular New Orleans band introduces preschoolers to high-energy rock music while emphasizing creative problem-solving skills.

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The Movers help a young elf-in-training learn everything she needs to know to earn her elf bells.
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Warehouse Mouse's feelings are hurt because there isn't a holiday for mice.
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The Movers help world famous movie director, Stanley Spillburger, find a new leading man for his upcoming movie.
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The Movers must help Nina get rid of her bad case of the giggles in time for her music recital.
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The Movers help a strongman regain strength.
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The Movers and Warehouse Mouse help Nina find a Hawaiian talent to perform at her Grandmother's birthday.
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The movers help a baseball player name Joey who faces a dilemma.
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When Santa loses his laugh, the Movers help him restore it.
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The guys try to determine which unlabeled present belongs to each mover.

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