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It's an undisclosed fact that the animals in the Barnyard are a lot smarter than they appear to their human keepers. But their secret may be utterly spoiled by a comedic cow named Otis (voiced by Kevin James). Nor do things improve when this ambitious moo-ver and shaker tries to lead the rest of the herd.
Why Is Barnyard: The Original Party Animals Rated PG?
Barnyard: The Original Party Animals is rated PG some mild peril and rude humor
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While Ben is eager to teach his son a sense of responsibility, Otis is all about having a good time. Sometimes that results in rude comments as well as irresponsible behavior such as driving in a stolen car with open bottles of milk that mimic the behavior of humans driving under the influence of alcohol. But not everything is fun and games. When the farmer inadvertently comes across the festivities, he is repeatedly kicked in the head while the animals decide how to cover their tracks. After coyotes attack the creatures on the farm, the untimely death of one of the animals causes a showdown in the junkyard that includes some scary and tense moments for young viewers. The brief discussion and portrayal of pregnancy and childbirth are also included.
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A herd of cows take action to save their farm from falling into the hands of an evil land grabber in the movie Home on the Range. A spider spares an unassuming little pig’s life in the animated adaptation of the children’s book Charlotte’s Web. In The Lion King, a father also tries to prepare his son to eventually take over as the leader of a pride of African lions.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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DVD Release Date: 12 December 2006
If you are looking for a home movie where the Barnyard animals play, then roam no further than this DVD release. You can catch more silly antics of these Original Party Animals in seven deleted scenes, learn about method acting techniques from Kevin James (who supplies the voice of Otis the Cow), or horse-around to the melodies of Barnyard Bop and the Mud Music Video. Gamers can go hog-wild with three DVD-ROM offerings, as well as the Barnyard Demo Game. Audio tracks are available in 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound (English and French), with subtitles in English and Spanish.