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Running Time:
83 minutes

Rating: G General Audiences.

Additional Info:
DVD Features: Full screen version; Widescreen version; Spanish dubbed version; 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround; 2.0 Dolby Stereo; English subtitles; Audio commentaries with Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki, producer Ameake Owens and director of animation Marc Vulcano, and Lary the cucumber and Mr. Lunt; Behind the scenes; Music videos; Khalil's answering machine; Even Fishslappers Need a Second Chance storybook; Animated menus; Extra countertop scenes; Movie script; Progression reel; Score progression reel; Previews; Concept art; Jonah Was a Prophet karaoke; Failed Khalil auditions; Two family fun activities; Digital dailies; Six DVD-ROM games; Trivia; Character bios; Web links; Hidden easter eggs.



Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie
The movie may be a little long for the youngest fans of the videos, who are used to their 30 minute length, but kids over five will be delighted with this fast, funny, and touching Biblical story. In their first theatrical release, Bob the Tomato and Archibald Asparagus are driving three veggie children to a concert when they meet up with perennial veggie favorites, the Pirates Who Donít Do Anything. The Pirates tell the story of Jonah, a messenger who enjoyed delivering messages from God until God asked him to deliver one to a place he didnít want to go to. So, he ended up swallowed by a whale. Fortunately, God believes in second chances, so Jonah ends up just fine and a little wiser, too. Parents should know that the moments of peril are handled with such a light touch that they are unlikely to scare children. Jonah may be tossed into the water, but he is wearing a very reassuring ducky lifesaver ring, and the credits explain that no vegetables were hurt in the making of the movie.






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