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Wee Sing Under The Sea
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Written by

Susan Hagen Nipp
Pamela Conn Beall

Directed by

David Poulshock

Aired

August 9, 1994

Print

1994, 1995, 2004

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Wee Sing Under The Sea is a 1994 full-length live-action video from PSS Video. In 1996, the MCA/Universal Home Video version of this is released.

Plot

An ambitious young boy named Devin and his grandmother find an enchanted conch shell that takes them to the ocean floor where they encounter many undersea creatures, including an underwater jazz band (which includes Ink, a multi-percussion band playing scatman octopus, and Spike, a bass-imitating beatnik pufferfish) and even Baby Ottie, a fuzzy baby sea otter. Along the way they help Weeber the lost penguin find his way back to the South Pole and help him be comfortable with his odd light blue color, which makes him different. This story also touches on the destructive effects of pollution.

Cast

Songs

  1. Under the Sea
  2. Ten Little Sea Shells
  3. Creatures In the Sea
  4. Bubble, Bubble / Little Baby Ottie
  5. Down On the Ocean Floor
  6. Twinkle Starfish
  7. The Clam Dance
  8. Sing Your Way Home
  9. The Adding Game Song
  10. One, Two, Whale That's Blue
  11. You Are You
  12. Oh Dear, What Should the Color Be?
  13. Sing Your Way Home (reprise)
  14. The Pollution Solution
  15. Go Round and Round the Coral
  16. I'm a Hermit Crab
  17. Crabby Hermit Changed His Ways
  18. Rockin' and Rollin' Under the Sea
  19. Bubble, Bubble (reprise)

Sequel

  • Released of August 9, 1994.

Trivia

  • The child character, Devin, is named after Susan Hagen Nipp's son born in 1976 who cameos as a caroler in Wee Sing The Best Christmas Ever, except that Devin in that movie is older than this one.

See also