A Rugrats Passover Voices: Michael Bell, Christine Cavanaugh, Melanie Chartoff, Cheryl Chase, E.G. Moses hesitates at first, but complies and leads the Hebrews out of Egypt. Boris tries convincing her otherwise by telling her and the boys the story of the Exodus, hoping to improve their understanding of Passover. [28] Publisher Simon Spotlight in 1998 released a novelization of the episode, entitled Let My Babies Go! ", "Rugrats → Episode Guide → Specials → More → Rugrats Chanukah", "A Bit of Artistic Perspective: Sherwin Miller's new exhibit points to Biblical images in art and pop culture", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=A_Rugrats_Passover&oldid=995924741, Television episodes about Jews and Judaism, Short description is different from Wikidata, Television episode articles with short description for single episodes, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 23 December 2020, at 16:33. - Description from Klasky Csupo A Rugrats Passover is an Episode of Season 3. Daily as Tommy; Christine Cavanaugh as Chuckie; Kath Soucie as Phil and Lil; Cheryl Chase as Angelica 23rd episode of the third season of the American animated television series Rugrats, and its 65th episode overall. As he talks, Angelica imagines herself as the Pharaoh of Egypt, who commands the Hebrew slaves (imagined as the other Rugrats and numerous other babies) to throw their newborn sons into the Nile River. [31] John J. O'Connor of The New York Times wrote of the episode "If not a first, it certainly is a rarity. [35] The controversy resurfaced in 1998 when the ADL criticized another appearance of Boris, this time reciting the Mourner's Kaddish in a Rugrats comic strip published in newspapers during the Jewish New Year. [3] David N. Weiss, who had recently converted to Judaism,[40] and J. David Stem collaborated to write the script, and Raymie Muzquiz directed. Episodes "Passover" "Toys in the Attic (Paramount version only) Cast. (Note: We fully disagree with their spelling, so we’ll be calling it Hanukkah from here on out.) $44.99. The episode then pictures Tommy as Moses fleeing to the desert, where he becomes a shepherd and forgets about Egypt and the Pharaoh, until the voice of God calls to him from a burning bush, telling him that he must free the Hebrews from slavery. Boris, Tommy's grandfather tells the kids, the story of Passover, when they become locked in the attic during a Sedar. [6][13] Repeats of the episode began that Saturday at 7:30 p.m.[6] The episode received a Nielsen Rating of 3.1, with a 4.8% share of American audiences, making it the sixth most-watched cable telecast that week. During the episode the babies themselves reenact the story, with young Tommy portraying Moses, while his cousin Minka, Didi, and Stu arrive in the attic to find the group enthralled by the end of Boris' story: Moses, cornered, calls down the power of God to part the Red Sea, which the Hebrews are approaching. [43] Like "A Rugrats Passover," it was critically acclaimed and became among the most popular episodes in the series. [24], The episode was released in several formats, including DVD and VHS. It was broadcast originally on April 13, 1995, on the cable network Nickelodeon. The episode begins and ends with a song by the Mt. [39] Rugrats in turn produced a second Jewish holiday episode, this time to meet the network executives' original Hanukkah special pitch. A Rugrats Passover is a Rugrats video to be released Tuesday, February 20, 1995 by Sony Wonder and later re-released 1996 by Paramount Home Video and Nickelodeon. Watch America's Wackiest Home Movies/The 'Lympics. Directed by Jim Duffy, Jeff McGrath, Steve Socki. Write the first section of your page here. Minka, Didi and Stu arrive in the attic to find the group enthralled by the end of Boris's story: Moses, cornered, calls down the power of God to part the Red Sea, which the Hebrews are approaching. When the Seder begins, Angelica releases the babies due to Tommy leaving his screwdriver behind. A Passover Story, written by Sarah Wilson and featuring illustrations by Barry Goldberg. Chuckie and his father Chas, meanwhile, were portrayed as nonreligious yet inclusive and enthused to learn about the customs of the holiday. [5][6] While scripting the episode, now entitled "A Rugrats Passover", the writers were forced to audit many elements of the portrayal of plagues, particularly the third one, so it could still be accessible to children and not too frightening. 4.5. "[22] At the 23rd Annual Annie Awards it was nominated in the category "Best Individual Achievement for Writing in the Field of Animation," but was beaten by the episode "The Tick vs. Arthur’s Bank Account" from Fox Kids' animated series The Tick. Special episode of Nickelodeon's animated television series Rugrats. The plot follows series regulars Grandpa Boris and the babies as they become trapped in the attic on Passover; to pass the time, Boris tells the Jewish story of the Exodus. Share. [4] The show's voice actors each spent from fifteen minutes to four hours in recording sessions for the episode. This was actually the 62nd episode of the series production wise, but it remained unaired until April 13, 1995, when the series was on hiatus. "Passover" is the Season 3 finale of Rugrats, and one of two Jewish holiday specials for the show (the other being "Chanukah"). Achetez Rugrats: Passover [VHS] [Import USA] : Séries TV : Amazon.fr Livraison gratuite possible dès 25€ [5][6][10] Its portrayal of a Seder dinner received press attention as a rare occurrence in children's programming. $4.25 + $2.80 shipping . Angelica tells Boris that he's not really missing anything and admits that she thinks that Passover's a dumb holiday. See more & FREE Shipping. DVD from $16.90 VHS Tape $9.45 Related video shorts (0) Upload your video. चित्र of Rugrats - Passover 29 for प्रशंसकों of Rugrats 43265440. The episode also, however, attracted Controversy, when the Anti-Defamation League compared the artistic design of the older characters to anti-Semitic drawings from a 1930s Nazi newspaper. They pass through the parted waters, which then crash back together behind them, engulfing the Pharaoh and her army. While attending a Passover seder at Didi's parents' house, Boris and the kids (and later, most of the adults), get locked in the attic because the door doesn't open from the inside. TIME takes a look at some things you may not know about Passover . [14] Another episode element common to the series' broader themes is its treatment of Angelica's mother Charlotte, who throughout the episode is glued to her cell phone and engrossed in her business life, despite her professed desire to provide Angelica with an educational environment. Ratings and Reviews. And in the thousands of years since, Jews have celebrated the holiday in almost as many ways. 23 min 1997-09-06 CAD $1.99. [12] It revealed Boris, Minka, and Didi's adherence to Judaism, and compared it with the relative non-participation of Stu and his side of the family. The episode scored a 3.1 Nielsen Rating, making it "the highest-rated show in Nickelodeon's history",[1] and received overwhelmingly positive reviews, including from Jewish community publications. One Hebrew slave defies the order by putting her infant son, Moses (imagined as Tommy), into a basket and setting the basket afloat in the river. Susie and her older brother, Edwin, are the only members of the Carmichael family seen, though it was a cameo appearance. He sits down and listens as Boris continues: years later, Boris says, Moses stood up for an abused Hebrew slave (imagined as Chuckie), and was outed as a Hebrew. [3][4], Germain wrote the episode's teleplay along with regular Rugrats writers Peter Gaffney, Rachel Lipman, and Jonathan Greenberg; animators Jim Duffy, Steve Socki, and Jeff McGrath directed. Let's Feast A Rugrats Passover. [23] In 1995, it was Rugrats' submission for a CableACE award; it received a nomination but did not win. Shipped straight from Amazon! He sits down and listens as Boris continues: years later, Boris says, Moses stood up for an abused Hebrew slave (imagined as Chuckie), and was outed as a Hebrew. [15], "A Rugrats Passover" was broadcast originally on April 13, 1995, on the Nickelodeon television network. Summary. Passover, the Jewish holiday commemorating the story of the ancient Israelites being freed from slavery in Egypt, begins April 19. and cries. Following an argument with Minka about what type of wine glasses they should use (either the glasses that belonged to Minka's mother or the ones that belonged to Boris' father), Boris storms out of the room; the two families arrive and Didi tries comforting her mom, who believes Boris has run away. 4. The episode was conceived in 1992 when Germain responded to a Nickelodeon request for a Rugrats Hanukkah special by creating a Passover episode instead. Add interesting content and earn coins "[6] Ted Cox of the Daily Herald called the episode "among the best holiday TV specials ever produced. Boris tries convincing her otherwise by telling her and the boys the story of the Exodus, hoping to improve their understanding of Passover. Daily, Dana Hill, Tress Macneille, Jack Riley, Kath Soucie. ", "Episode Detail: Hall Monitor; Harold's Bar Mitzvah – Hey Arnold! Rugrats - A Rugrats Chanukah - Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program - Let My Babies Go! $35.30. Following an argument with Minka about what type of wine glasses they should use (either the glasses that belonged to Minka's mother or the ones that belonged Boris's father), Boris storms out of the room; the two families arrive and Didi tries comforting her mom, who believes Boris has run away. But Boris reveals it's actually a story about how an aunt and uncle of his met at Passover Seder back in Russia. Angelica tests the door, and inadvertently locks them all in again. As he does, Angelica imagines herself as the pharoah of Egypt, Tommy as Moses and the rest of the babies as the children of Israel. [7] Though regular episodes of the series comprised two separate 15-minute segments, "A Rugrats Passover" had a special 22-minute format, occupying the show's full network Rugrats slot. Underwater, Pharaoh blames Cynthia for this mess they are in as Cynthia is snatched up by a shark. America's Wackiest Home Movies/The 'Lympics . Rugrats - The … "A Rugrats Passover" (possibly known as "Passover" in the opening title) was the sixty-fifth episode of the Nickelodeon show Rugrats.It aired April 13, 1995. 100% Satisfactory. - Description from Klasky Csupo. A novelization of the episode was in 2007 exhibited at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Special offers and product promotions. They pass through the parted waters, which then crash back together behind them, engulfing the Pharaoh and her army. 5. As Boris explains that the Pharaoh was unaware that Moses himself was actually a Hebrew, Chas enters the attic, looking for the children, and becomes locked in with the rest of them. On the Season 3 DVD, the original airings and the foreign versions, the title card sequence was used twice in this 30 minute episode. Why the 1996 'Rugrats' Passover Episode Still Resonates, Tommy Pickles Parts The Red Sea A Rugrats Passover NickRewind. We’re here, at your service, to fact check this classic like we did for A Rugrats Passover. One Hebrew slave defies the order by putting her infant son, Moses (imagined as Tommy), into a basket and setting the basket afloat in the river. As the episode opens, Tommy and Angelica Pickles and their parents are all gathering to celebrate the Passover Seder at the home of Didi's parents, Boris and Minka Kropotkin. A Rugrats Passover. Rugrats VHS Tape Lot of 12 Nickelodeon Tommy Chuckie Vintage 90s. When Pharaoh Angelica realized that she herself was a first-born child, she called her parents and asked them if they had any other kids before her they forgot to mention to her, Drew explains that Angelica is his and Charlotte's first and only child. Moses confronts the Pharaoh and demands that she free the Hebrews. A Rugrats Passover. $39.99 + $4.39 shipping . The children set off to search for toys, eventually finding Boris in the attic. item 7 "A RUGRATS PASSOVER"SPECIAL DOUBLE-LENGHT HOLIDAY CARTOON.VHS 1996.35 MINUTES. [29] A LaserDisc release was planned, titled "A Rugrats Chanukah/A Rugrats Passover", but was cancelled. As he does, Angelica imagines herself as the pharoah of Egypt, Tommy as Moses and the rest of the babies as the children of Israel. A Rugrats Passover: awards, nominations, photos and more at Emmys.com. $14.75 +$2.85 shipping. Rugrats is an American animated children's television series created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó, and Paul Germain for Nickelodeon.The show focuses on a group of toddlers most prominently—Tommy, Chuckie, twins Phil and Lil, and Angelica—and their day-to-day lives, usually involving life experiences that become much greater adventures in the imaginations of the main characters. The plot follows series regulars Grandpa Boris and the babies as they become trapped in the attic on Passover; to pass the time, Boris tells the Jewish story of the Exodus. [19], The episode was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in the category "Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour),"[20][21] but lost to The Simpsons episode "Lisa's Wedding. Moses hesitates at first, but complies and leads the Hebrews out of Egypt. "A Rugrats Passover" is the 26th third season episode of the animated television series Rugrats, and the sixty-second episode overall. Meanwhile, Stu gets fed up with the Seder and accidentally makes Minka cry, until they realize that almost everyone had gone. From 1992 to 1995, the video distribution rights for Nickelodeon shows were held by Sony Wonder. Boris explains that he felt bad about yelling at Minka, and had gone to look for her mother's wine glasses, but had become locked inside when the door closed behind him (it can't open from the inside). [30], "A Rugrats Passover" received overwhelmingly positive reviews and became one of the series' all-time most popular episodes. Rugrats - Passover [VHS] has been added to your Cart Add a gift receipt with prices hidden. "[35] Among many positive reviews of the episode in Jewish community publications, Gila Wertheimer of the Chicago Jewish Star said that the episode "will entertain children of all ages – and their parents. "[32] Other reviews applauded the episode for its treatment of Judaism. E.G. With this and the Chanukah special that aired on December 9, 1996, the series was revived in 1997 and continued airing until 2004. Boris hasn't reappeared by the time Tommy's best friend, Chuckie Finster, and his dad, Chas, arrive to join the celebration. [3] The crew agreed instead that a Passover special would offer both "historical interest" and a "funny idea", so Paul Germain—founder of the series along with Arlene Klasky and Gábor Csupó—pitched the Passover idea instead. Boris resumes the story: the Pharaoh's treachery causes Moses to curse her once more, this time with a plague on the first-born children of Egypt. "[26], Joel Keller of AOL's TV Squad, on the other hand, noted in 2006 that he "always hated" the episode, and resented that it was one of only two Passover-themed television episodes he could find via a Google search. The best GIFs are on GIPHY. Save with Used - Very Good. A Rugrats Passover. [14] Creator Klasky identified the episode's depiction of the Pickles family as "very loving, [and] basically functional"[14] as strikingly different from the prevailing trends in contemporary television programming. "A Rugrats Passover" was directed by Jim Duffy, Steve Socki, and Jeff McGrath from the script by Peter Gaffney, Paul Germain, Rachel Lipman, and Jonathon Greenberg. When it came to depictions of Judaism in popular culture, “As a kid, the only thing that I had was the ‘Rugrats’ Passover special,” writer/director Benny Safdie told Slate last year. [8][9], "A Rugrats Passover" was unusual among contemporary animations in its attention to Jewish ritual and tradition. She leads out her remaining army to pursue them. Boris hasn't reappeared by the time Tommy's best friend, Chuckie Finster, and his dad, Chas, arrive to join the celebration; when the Seder begins, the children set off to search for Boris, eventually finding him in the attic. The Pharaoh, after realizing that she herself is a first-born child, bargains with Moses: he can leave if he calls off this final plague. Unlike Hecht, Nickelodeon's new president Herb Scannell agreed with the criticism and apologized, promising never to run the character or the strip again. A Rugrats Passover ; Where to watch JustWatch. [41] The episode, entitled "A Rugrats Chanukah," was originally broadcast on December 4, 1996, on Nickelodeon[42] and received a Nielsen rating of 7.9 in the Kids 2–11 demographic. As Boris explains that the Pharaoh was oblivious that Moses himself was actually a Hebrew, Chas enters the attic, looking for the kids, and becomes locked in with the rest of them. "A Rugrats Passover" disutradarai oleh Jim Duffy, Steve Socki, dan Jeff McGrath dari naskah buatan Peter Gaffney, Paul Germain, Rachel Lipman, dan Jonathon Greenberg. As the episode opens, Tommy and Angelica Pickles and their parents are all gathering to celebrate the Passover Seder at the home of Didi's parents, Boris and Minka Kropotkin. 3 users rated this 5 out of 5 stars 3. "[33] Halley Blair of Forward Magazine called the episode "a comical primer for getting children ready for upcoming seders,"[34] and Danny Goldberg, in How The Left Lost Teen Spirit, noted that the episode's Jewish themes were "clearly expressed in the context of a mass appeal entertainment. Nickelodeon's then-president Albie Hecht, himself Jewish, professed himself dumbfounded by the criticism, calling it absurd. "A Rugrats Passover" is the 26th and final episode of the third season of the American animated television series Rugrats, and its 65th episode overall. The rugrats go to Boris and Minka's for Passover, and get locked in the attic with Boris, who's recounting of the Passover story is seen through Angelica's eyes, using the rugrats as historical characters. [1][17][18] The episode was supplanted as Nickelodeon's most-viewed in 1998, by another Rugrats special, when the Thanksgiving episode "The Turkey Who Came to Dinner" attracted 3.7 million viewers (9.4/28). foto of Rugrats - Passover 389 for peminat-peminat of Rugrats 43273399 Angelica is the only Rugrat to remain an only child throughout the entire series, as Tommy gains a, This is the third half-an-hour episode of the series after ". Stu and Angelica, who are Christians, both find Passover boring, and Angelica argues why she and her parents should be at the Seder at all, especially considering Boris and Minka aren't actually related to them. She refuses and calls her guards (one of which was a kid named Justin, voiced by Dana Hill) to drag Moses away; he curses her kingdom with terrible plagues until she relents and allows Moses to leave with the enslaved Hebrews. [36], "A Rugrats Passover," along with other Rugrats episodes featuring Boris and Minka, attracted controversy when the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) claimed that the two characters resembled anti-Semitic drawings that had appeared in a 1930s Nazi newspaper. Free shipping . "A Rugrats Passover" is the 26th and final episode of the third season of the American animated television series Rugrats, and its 65th episode overall. Listed below are the Rugrats videos originally distributed by Sony Wonder. This is Grampa Boris' last appearance where he has black dotted eyes, in his later appearances, he was given white sclerae. 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 6 product ratings . Next View All. It was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award, an Annie Award, and a CableACE Award. See all 11 - All listings for this product. Tweet; Prev. 1995 Directed by Jeff McGrath, Jim Duffy … Synopsis Rugrats Passover Special. Series 1, Episode 3 G CC SD. Write a review. As he talks, Angelica imagines herself as the Pharaoh of Egypt, who commands the Hebrew slaves (imagined as the other Rugrats and numerous other babies) to throw their newborn sons into the Nile River. The episode's inception in 1992 followed a call by Nickelodeon to the Rugrats production staff, pitching the concept of a special episode concerning Hanukkah. As Boris is explaining how the Pharaoh deceives the Hebrews and prevents them from leaving, Drew and Charlotte arrive and become locked in with the others. Wikipedia. Boris resumes the story: the Pharaoh's treachery causes Moses to curse her once more, this time with a plague on the first-born children of Egypt. FREE Shipping. [27] The cassette was reissued, alongside newer Rugrats videos Grandpa's Favorite Stories and Return of Reptar, in early 1997. Other items highlighted in the gallery included a promotional poster for The Simpsons episode "Simpsons Bible Stories" and a vintage Superman comic book entitled "The Red-Headed Beatle of 1000 B.C.," featuring the character Jimmy Olsen's time-traveling adventures in the Biblical age. Episode tersebut tersebut dicetuskan padan 1992 ketika Germain menanggapi permintaan Nickelodeon untuk membuat sebuah episode khusus Hanukkah Rugrats dengan membuat episode Paskah Yahudi sebagai gantinya. 5 of 10. She refuses and calls her guards (one of them voiced by Dana Hill) to drag Moses away; he curses her kingdom with terrible plagues until she relents and allows Moses to leave with the enslaved Hebrews.

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