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Bring home some “ewe-ltide” cheer when the seven-episode holiday special Shaun the Sheep: We Wish Ewe a Merry Christmas arrives on DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD, and On Demand today, November 1, from Lionsgate. From the creators of the Academy Award®-nominated film, Shaun the Sheep Movie (Best Animated Feature Film, 2015), everyone’s favorite Aardman characters are back for the “baaa-lidays” with their signature laugh-out-loud comedy for the whole family to enjoy.
Shaun the Sheep: We Wish Ewe a Merry Christmas DVD is now available for a suggested retail price of $9.98 at major retailers nationwide in addition to online at Amazon. The DVD has a run-time of 45 minutes and is rated TV-Y7.
’Tis the season to be woolly with Shaun the Sheep™ and his farmyard friends. Frolic with the flock as they decorate the farmhouse for the Farmer, watch Bitzer and Pidsley battle for a spot by the fire, join a massive snowball fight and much more in these seven hilarious episodes.
You can't go wrong with this DVD for the kids (and the entire family)! Shaun the Sheep is such a fun and lovable character and these seven holiday themed episodes will definitely entertain the kids! This would make a great stocking stuffer!
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