Published: [United States] : Distributed by PBS Distribution, 2010 Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 100 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN: 9781608831685, 160883168X, Language: English
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Based on the characters created by Susan Meddaugh
Originally broadcast on PBS Kids television as individual episodes
Contains 8 episodes from the series
Special features: Resources for parents; coloring pages
Martha is a dog who can speak, thanks to her favorite meal of alphabet soup, and has silly adventures while learning new words along the way. TD passes in the wrong drawing in art class; Martha decides to do something really special for Grandma's birthday; Someone, or some ghost, is fixing up the haunted house; Martha walks under a ladder, breaks a mirror, and thinks she's jinxed; Martha can't believe that Helen and Alice are making such a fuss about a kitten; Alice is shocked to discover that Truman has never atucally tried ice cream; Martha wakes up singing and can't stop; TD recruits the gang to join his band and then sets out ot write a hit song
CHV rating: G
DVD, region 1, widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital stereo
Closed-captioned; Described video for the visually impaired
Raiders of the lost art -- Martha says it with flowers -- Martha gets spooked -- Martha changes her luck -- There goes the neighborhood -- Ice scream -- Martha sings -- TD makes the band
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