VeggieTales coloring pages (free printables)

VeggieTales

There's a lot to learn with VeggieTales. VeggieTales coloring pages will tell you about adventures and life lessons. Let's get ready.

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You will see colorful varieties of fruits in VeggieTales coloring pages. You will be able to recognize many fruits such as tomatoes, cabbage, leeks etc.

Added: Dec 14, 2023 - 03:40

VeggieTales is an American computer-generated film series whose characters are anthropomorphic fruits and vegetables that tell and star in stories that convey moral themes based in Christian culture. The stories contain moral themes based on Christianity, often aligned with Judaism, mixed with satirical references to popular culture and current events. VeggieTales was created by Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki, who also voice many of the characters. The series is aimed at children ages 3 and up. Episodes often tell and recreate anachronistically paraphrased Bible stories and include humorous references to popular culture, while at other times they go as far as retelling well-known tales or tales entirely unique to the series itself. The series was developed by Big Idea Entertainment and owned through 20th Century Fox, which is owned by Viacom subsidiary Paramount. It was first broadcast on December 21, 1993. On November 26, 2014, Netflix released a new version of VeggieTales called VeggieTales in the House, and its sequel, Veggietales in the City, was released on September 15, 2017. now at Blue Sky Studios (defunct).

The idea for VeggieTales emerged in the early 1990s, when Phil Vischer was testing animation programs as a video creation tool for children. Softimage chose to avoid creating characters with arms, feet, and hair due to the limitations of 3D. The first animated model was an anthropomorphic candy bar. He thought it was a good idea, until his wife told him: "You know, parents are going to be very angry if you make their kids fall in love with candy." Following this advice, Vischer chose to use the opposite: vegetables. The casting of voice actors for the first Veggietales videos came mainly from Phil Vischer's friends, such as Dan Anderson and Jim Poole, who had collaborated with Vischer on dramas at their local churches. Softimage 3D continued to be used for subsequent episodes until 1999, when it was replaced by Maya.

Originally distributed in direct-to-video format, the series was first made available on VHS and then on DVD in December 1993. The aim of the series was to produce videos for children that contained messages containing Christian moral themes and taught Biblical values. The animated series features stories told by recurring plant characters living in a kitchen. The show was made available in the direct-to-video distribution market, and the first 30-minute show, S-Where Is God When I'm Afraid?, was released in July 1993. Since then, Big Idea has released 47 episodes of VeggieTales. . In addition to these episodes, there are twelve compilations combining previously released material and two films: Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie and Pirates Who Didn't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie.

From September 9, 2006 to September 2009, VeggieTales aired on NBC's Peppa Pig, Mr. It was featured on the children's programming block Qubo, which also featured other cartoons such as Bean and SpongeBob SquarePants. On September 30, 2008, Big Idea said that Mike Nawrocki would create "an original VeggieTales television series," but nothing more has been learned about it. Since 2009, the television program has moved to the Gospel Music Channel. While the series continued to release new episodes in DVD format, it remained on television until 2015 with its last episode, Noah's Ark. VeggieTales also published books, video games, music CDs, and other products such as toys, clothing, and vegetable and flower seeds.

Following the release of the Noah's Ark episode in 2015, Big Idea announced that there were no new plans to release VeggieTales home video releases, seemingly focusing solely on the Netflix series. In June 2017, Mike Nawrocki appeared on the Christian talk show Today's Life and said, "If there's an opportunity to do something VeggieTales-related again, I'd love to do it." The second and final season of VeggieTales in the City premiered on Netflix in late 2017. At the 2018 Christian Worldview Film Festival, Mike Nawrocki confirmed that he was no longer working on VeggieTales and that there was nothing in production. Phil Vischer stated that he would not work on new episodes again.

Bob the Tomato (introduced 1992): A curious and honest red tomato. He and Larry introduce most of the stories at the beginning of the chapters and end with a Bible teaching. He also plays many roles as a character in the stories, often always being the more mature character. At the beginning of each episode, she and Larry read a letter on the kitchen counter written by a child with a question or problem (a pretty standard setting in Veggietales). In Veggietales in the House, she is slightly less intelligent compared to the original series, but is still formal and cooperative with her friends.
Larry the Cucumber (introduced 1991): He is a green cucumber who is Bob's best friend. In the introduction, he plays the main theme with a tuba, while other characters sing it as well. He is the protagonist of most stories and the host of the episode Silly Songs with Larry, in which Larry performs a variety of musical numbers of varying styles and content. He is considered the hero of Veggietales as he appears flawlessly in all episodes, and also has a superhero alter ego named LarryBoy (ChicoLarry in Latin America), who has his own spin-off, Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures. Larry also has recurring roles such as "Minessota Cuke" (a parody of Indiana Jones) or Elliot in The Pirates Who Do Nothing. In Veggietales at Home, Larry has a more energetic, crazy and childlike personality.
Junior Asparagus (introduced 1992): A 5-year-old green asparagus. Q-Where Is God When I'm Afraid? He took part in many episodes such as. or Dave and the Giant Pickle, and in the early episodes, he was a hero like Bob and Larry, appearing in at least one episode of each episode. As the series developed, her role was relegated to a secondary level until Esther...The Girl Who Became Queen, in which Júnior does not appear. However, Júnior continued to appear in leading roles such as Pistachio: The Little Boy That Woodn't and The Little Drummer Boy. Júnior has been seen several times with his parents Papa Asparago and Mama Asparago. In Veggietales in the House, Junior has become close to Larry and has a superhero alter ego named "Junior Jetpack" who is also Larryboy's assistant.
Archibald Asparagus (released 1992): He is a British green asparagus in the stereotypical role of a classically educated "adult" who contrasts with his other co-stars as he is one-eyed and wears a red bow tie. Archibald first appeared in S-Where Is God When I'm Afraid? and played King Darius in the Lions' Den episode Daniel. This episode also revealed his ongoing dialogue towards Larry the Cucumber about his stupid songs being "too stupid". Archibald has a recurring role as LarryBoy's butler and was a main character in Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie. In Veggietales at Home, Archibald is the mayor of the town where fruits and vegetables live.
Laura Carrot (introduced in 1995): A 6-year-old orange carrot with blonde hair and Junior's best friend. She first appeared in Are You My Neighbor? She got her first major role as a supporting character in Rack, Shack and Benny. It is often used in situations where there is a female protagonist, as in The Princess and the Popstar.
Bay Lunt (introduced 1995): is a decorative Spanish yellow squash (although it resembles an onion) native to New Jersey. He frequently appears as Mr. Nezzer's assistant and was introduced in Rack, Shack and Benny, and the two were frequently used as villains in early episodes of VeggieTales. Mr. Lunt also stars as Sedgewick in The Pirates Who Didn't Do Anything. He works as a vendor at home Veggietales, offering a variety of items, but he is also seen doing other jobs.
Jimmy and Jerry Pumpkin (orange and yellow) (introduced 1995)
Madame Blueberry (blue with brown and blonde hair) (released 1998)
Petunia Rhubarb (green with red hair (introduced 2005): She is one of Larry's best friends. She usually plays supporting roles, but is a main character in some episodes, such as Sweetpea Beauty.
Pa Uva (green) (released 1994)
Mr. Nozor or Mr. Nezzer (green) (introduced 1995)
French pea (Jean Claude and Philipe) (green) (introduced 1996)
Qwerty (grey) (released 1993)

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