|Larry's Favorite Stories|
May 23, 2000
Larry's Favorite Stories is a VHS compilation and a spin-off of Bob and Larry's Favorite Stories!. It includes three stories.
Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, and the whole Veggie gang are back with another collection of great VeggieTales stories and songs!
This 90-minute video contains three full VeggieTales episodes:
Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed
A lesson in The Power of Words
The End of Silliness?
A Sing-Along Collection
King George of the Ducky
A lesson about Selfishness
What people are saying about VeggieTales:
"A smash hit".
"Hysterically funny series".
There's never been a show like VeggieTales!
-Bob the Tomato and
Larry the Cucumber
- FBI Warning/Interpol Warning Screen 1996
- Distributed By Lyrick Studios (Still) Logo
- Big Idea Presents Logo
- VeggieTales: Larry's Favorite Stories Title Card
- Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed
- The End of Silliness?
- King George and the Ducky
- VeggieTales Credits (Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed The End of Silliness? and King George and the Ducky 3 Total Credits)
- Big Idea Logo (King George and the Ducky Variant)
- The Rumor Weed Song (Sung by the Rumor Weed)
- VeggieTales Theme Song
- Silly Songs with Larry: The Song of the Cebú (from: Josh and the Big Wall!)
- The Promised Land (from: Josh and the Big Wall!)
- Good Morning George (from: Rack, Shack and Benny)
- Thankfulness Song (from: Madame Blueberry)
- Keep Walking (from: Josh and the Big Wall!)
- Big Things Too (from: Dave and the Giant Pickle)
- Stuff Mart Rap (from: Madame Blueberry)
- Love Songs with Mr. Lunt: His Cheeseburger (from: Madame Blueberry)
- Silly Songs with Larry: The Yodeling Veterinarian of the Alps
- I Love My Duck
- I Must Have It
- Silly Songs with Larry: Endangered Love
- There Once Was a Man
- The Selfish Song
- What Have We Learned (Sung by Jimmy and Jerry Gourd)
- The Rumor Weed Song (Sung by the W's)
- Not only are the episodes Larry's favorites, but he starred in them.
- The Yodeling Veterinarian of the Alps isn't listed on the back of the cover, and only Endangered Love is.
- This compilation was released on the same day as the 2000 reprint of The End of Silliness?.
- While two of the episodes featured on this video were already released in the mass market beforehand, this compilation marked the first mass market release of King George and the Ducky, which wouldn't be available individually until later in 2000.
- Just like the previous two VHS compilations, this release was exclusive to Blockbuster Video.