Susie Tallman and Friends: Come on, Let's Go! Trailer (2001)
"Fresh, upbeat styles, real instruments, lots of voices, and interesting, inspired visual takes on the old favorites."19 July 200160 mins
Susie Tallman and friends have been hard at work creating a wonderful new DVD that presents all the favorites – on screen! Come On, Let's Go! will guide children (and their parents) on a musical and visual journey. Susie Tallman's first DVD compiles 22 fun-filled music videos from the best of Children's Songs, Nursery Rhymes and Let's Go! Travel, Camp & Car Songs. The full-length DVD offers all the musical brilliance and charm of Susie Tallman with lots of new faces and wonderful, imaginative places. Join Susie and her friends on a farm horsin' around, quack like ducks on a lake, jump on the bed with monkeys and eat cupcakes at a tea party. This DVD presents a whole new level of entertainment for fans of Susie Tallman and is sure to please children who have yet to meet her.
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