- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 33 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: February 24, 2004
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Alpha Video
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
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Description by OLDIES.com:
"Critter Gitters" is a delightful half-hour live-action program centering on a group of neighborhood kids who join forces with two veterinarians and an inventive professor to solve mysteries and international crimes involving animals of every size, shape and species. Every episode contains solutions to ethical dilemmas and educational material and information about animals, science and geography. "Critter Gitters" has been endorsed by the Children's Television Council.
COW PIE BINGO: Ground squirrels have created holes on the high school football field, causing the players to injure themselves. Professor Headful decides that a Cow Pie Bingo contest could raise enough money to remove the squirrels once and for all. The Professor uses scientific principles to predict the exact time and spot where the first cow will plop it!
KINETICS CATASTROPHE I & II: Mr. Belcher, the man who says he hates kids, enters a "Kinetic Sculpture" race, which pits hand-powered contraptions racing against each other over mud, water and sand! The grand prize of a free trip to Australia has all the Critter Gitters pairing up in teams. Two episodes.
FLYING PROFESSOR: The Critter Gitters, along with Professor Headful, are hopeful that they can teach "Zeus," an injured African Grey bird, how to fly again. The Professor decides to take Zeus along with him on a hang-gliding expedition off of a cliff top, while Jimmy, Nick and Annie monitor his progress from inside the Critter Gitter van.
Critter Gitters is a fun and educational live-action children's show about a group of kids who solve mysteries relating to animals while learning about nature, science, geography, and ethics. This volume contains 4 complete half-hour episodes: "Flying Professors," "Cow Pie Bingo," and "Kinetic Catastrophe I & II."