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Story Time

StoryTimeVHS

Release Date
6/9/1998
Type
VHS tape
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Story Time is a Blue's Clues VHS tape featuring 2 episodes from the 1st and 2nd season.

Episodes Featured

Contents

  1. The Rugrats Movie Teaser Trailer
  2. Paramount Means Family Entertainment VHS Trailer
  3. Nick Jr. VHS Trailer (Song)
  4. Blue's Clues VHS Trailer (Arts and Crafts and Story Time)
  5. Paramount Feature Presentation/FBI Warning
  6. Paramount Home Video
  7. Nick Jr. ID Bumper - Cats
  8. Face Opens for Blue
  9. "Blue's Story Time"
  10. Face Sings "We Are Looking for Blue's Clues"
  11. "What Story Does Blue Want to Play?"
  12. Face Says "See You Later Alligator"
  13. Blue's Clues Credits ("What Story Does Blue Want to Play?") (saxophone, featuring background vocals by Todd Kessler, Christopher Cerf, and Justin Burke)
  14. Nick Jr. Bears Logo
  15. Nickelodeon Bone Logo
  16. Paramount Home Video

Face Promos

  1. Face Opens for Blue
  2. Face Sings "We Are Looking for Blue's Clues"
  3. Face Says "See You Later Alligator"

Trivia

  • This and Arts and Crafts were both produced by Nick Jr. and Paramount Pictures on June 9, 1998. But even so, Arts and Crafts is considered to be the very 1st official Blue's Clues home video ever (Story Time is often considered to be the 2nd).
  • The episodes from this VHS release were never included as a bonus on any Blue's Clues DVD release, but can be found on the DVD of Story Time and as a bonus on the DVD of Arts and Crafts, and as regulars on Classic Clues.
  • The credit sequence's music for this video, as used from What Story Does Blue Want to Play?, was reused for the credit sequence of the previous video.
  • According to the end credits for this video, the show's former voice over director Susan Motamed (who voiced Cinderella in "What Story Does Blue Want to Play?") was credited as one of Steve's friends. So was Matt Parillo.
  • "What Story Does Blue Want to Play?" was released on this video before it aired on TV 4 months later.
    • The trailer for this and Arts and Crafts even states for the Story Time video: "*Story Time contains one never-before-seen episode, What Story Does Blue Want to Play, which will not air in TV before October 9, 1998."

Number

  • 48

Printdate

  • June 9, 1998

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