Tractor Mac Show DVD
Steamboy (Revere MA US) on 2020-02-17 07:03:01.
In this 2013 Program, it starts with Jim Coffey Singing Tractor Mac which is one of the couple TMBV shows to include On-screen lyrics. Who knows what would happen that one day in the future, that TMBV could release an ultimate I Love Toy Trains Video with On-Screen Lyrics? Which does include all about trains, I Love Big Trains, and I Love Lionel? Anyway, with the Sing along song completed, Jeff McComas talks about Tractor Mac Books with Writer Billy Steers which they met up at the Red Power Roundup show in Du Quoin Illinois. Here He Draws his pictures to the visiting kids and parents. The First Tractor Mac Book that Billy reads is Tractor Mac Tune Up, which includes some special sound effects. With part 1 of the first book finished, Jeff & Billy talk about the parts on the tractor. They are: the Muffler, the Engine, the radiator, the grill, the headlamps, the fuel tank which includes a piece of a vintage film of a tractor working in the field, the main wheels, the steering wheel, the seat, the air cleaner, the speed control lever, and the oil pan. Next, Jim Coffey Sings a very long time with on-screen lyrics yet again. With the sing-along song completed, It's time for part 2 of the first book in this video. Afterwards, Billy talks about the parts of the engine. Which includes: the valve cover, the pistons, the intake valve, the exhaust valve, the connecting rod, the crankshaft, the engine block, the fan, the fan belt, the exhaust valve, the flywheel, the oil pan, the oil pump, and the spark plugs. And Now, time for part 3 of the first book. With the book finished, Jim sings Big steam Tractor working night and day with on-screen lyrics yet again. After the song, Billy reads part 1 of Tractor Mac Harvest Time which is one of Jeff's Favorite Tractor Mac Books. Next, Billy talks about Pumpkins, which includes CGI Jack-O-Lanterns, which includes a pumpkin festival, a tractor pulling little wagons, a short hay maze, a wagon pulled by horses, and pick a pumpkin of your choice. Most Pumpkins are orange, but they can also be yellow, dark green, white, red or gray. Some are long & Narrow. Others are round. Pumpkins are grown all over the world. The biggest growers, are the USA, Canada, Mexico, India, & China. In America, the are 4 states that grew the most pumpkins: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, & California. And now, It's time for part 2 of Harvest Time. Afterwards, Billy Talks about the different types of tractors, which includes some more vintage film clips. All tractors, pull a wagon alongside the combine. Next, Jim Sings That's a fact/Who's that tractor with vintage films and on-screen lyrics. And Now, Time for Part 3 of Harvest Time. With the Book Finished, Jeff talks about the new tractors. Like the old, the new tractors can carry a pull-type mower which is used to cut the hay. Other tractors used a Hay Baler. Some other tractors are also Hay loaders and unloaders. A tractor with a bucket attachment, takes the hay over to the stables for the horses. Tractors alos move dirt, and also has a loader bucket. At a Dairy farm, a tractor uses a rake attachment. Here it rakes manure, which is also known as a subliminal Melch. The Blade spreads out the Melch so it can dry. The Manure makes Fertilizer, and Fertilizer makes the crops grow tall. Next, It's time for a Quiz on parts of an old tractor. These new tractors are stronger and can do the jobs even faster than the old tractors. All to soon, the Program Comes to a close. In the Closing Credits, Jim Coffey does the Animation for the Main Menu. The Main Program itself is 33 minutes, while the Bonus 10 minutes contains Billy talking about how he draws Tractor Mac, Spartan the horse and an example of the book pages with some commentary by Jeff.
Overall, this is a good TMBV Children's DVD to Enjoy again & Again. As always, all of Today's Kids would never know and/or care about TMBV Nowadays and forever because of how they always Glued their eyes to the Sharon Miller Style Episodes of Thomas the Tank Engine.
Additional remarks by Steamboy:
Narration: Just enough.
Would kids enjoy this? Yes.
Image quality: Excellent!
DVD Value: Excellent Value!
Recommend to others? Yes.