The Wiggles

Sing a Song of Wiggles (VIDEO-2008)

Season 6, Ep v31, Aired 10/7/08
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  • Episode Description
  • The Wiggles are singing more nursery rhymes and songs with us on this new DVD. Song and Rhyme List: 1. Old MacDonald Had A Farm 2. Sing A Song Of Sixpence 3. Over In The Meadow 4. Mary, Mary Quite Contrary 5. Rub a Dub Dub 7. She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain 6. Old King Cole (Fiddlers) 8. Humpty Dumpty 9. Black Velvet Band 10. The Turkey In The Straw - featuring Troy Cassar-Daley 11. Jack Be Nimble 12. Old King Cole (Guitarists) 13. One, Two Buckle My Shoe 14. Rock-A-Bye Baby 15. This Little Piggy 16. I'm A Little Teapot 17. Jack Be Slow 18. Baa Baa Black Sheep 19. Old King Cole (Trumpeters) 20. Two Little Dickie Birds 21. Polly Put The Kettle On 22. Ride A Cock Horse To Banburry Cross 23. One, Two, Three, Four, Five 24. Hot Cross Buns 25. Jill Be Nimble 26. It's Raining, It's Pouring 27. Old Mother Hubbard 28. What Are Little Boys Made Of? 29. What Are Little Girls Made Of? 30. The Boll Weevil Song 31. Jill Be Slow 32. Boys And Girls Come Out To Play 33. Hush Little Baby 34. Nursery Rhymes Medleymoreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Emily McGlinn

    Dorothy the Dinosaur

  • Mic Conway

    Wags the Dog (voiceover)

  • Jeff Fatt

    Jeff Wiggle

  • Mario Martinez-Diaz

    Wags the Dog

  • Clare Field

    Wiggly Dancer

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  • Notes (7)

    • In "Hush Little Baby", Dorothy holds a stitched Dorothy the Dinosaur doll that was later added to the Powerhouse Museum exhibit.

    • DVD Bonus Features Wiggly Bloopers from the Wiggle and Learn TV series and the Sing a Song of Wiggles video. Dorothy takes us to a tour of Sydney Harbour including outside the Sydney Opera House, Luna Park, the zoo, and the aquarium. Anthony and Murray talk about how important it is to wash your hands and face. Slide Show photos of folks in the video.

    • Child Performers Joshua Aglus, Chloe Batac, Marcfranco Cannone, Sylvie De Vallance, Julius Field, Lucia Field, Maria Field, Jason Landsdowne, Christobel Lintag, Madeline Osbon, Connor Paddick, Jade Santilli, Emlly Zarb

    • Additional Crew Production Resources Manager - Brett Clarke Assistant Choreographer - Ben Murray Sound Recordist - Emanuel Ruggeri Camera Assistant - Damien Lay Logging / Sound Playback - Liam Moran Auto-Cue - Ashley Douglass Set Construction - Chris Colewell Wardrobe - Brett Clarke, Jacinta Hennessy-Bowden Props - Brett Clarke, Nicole Camage Costumes - Marea Fowles, Liz Milnes, Maria Petrozzi, Nigel Shaw Hair and Make-up - Joanne Dudkin, Amanda Purvis Floral Design - Marie Field Set / Floral Assistants - Colleen Field, Jeanette Gallagher, Michele Lynch Stills Photographer - Gary Johnston Catering - Glenn Austin, Luke Field, Glenn Kayes Runners - Melissa Cahill, Rebecca Knox, John Martin Post Production Assistant - Ben Hardie, Aaron Hill Graphic Art - Geoff Morrison Colourists - Dwaine Hyde Music Produced By - Anthony Field Musical Arrangements - Anthony Field String Arrangments - Dominic Lindsay Music Engineered and Mixed by - Alex Keller Music Mastered By - Robin Gist Publicity - Dianna O'Neill

    • Friends and Family The boy with the curly hair in "What are little boys made of" and the "Boys and Girls" video is Paul Paddick's son, Connor Paddick. Lucia and Maria Field are ballerinas. The girl that Lyn and Sam are nursing is the daughter of Paul Field's former production manager. Marie Field plays Old Mother Hubbard.

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    Trivia (1)

    • During the closing credits, baby and/or kid photos are shown of all the cast and major crew.

    Allusions (2)

    • Black Velvet Band is an Irish folk song and has many variants including the popular versions by The Dubliners and the Dropkick Murphys which have the main chorus in common.

    • The scoreboard in What Are Little Boys Made of video reads Tigers 22 Manly 0. This is an in-reference to Anthony Field's favorite rugby team, the Wests Tigers.

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