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Heather Chase Patterson
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Join the Studio Boss as she tracks down the best stories from across Canada and around the world. Written by kids, about kids, for kids - you'll get to meet the writers and see their stories brought to life. From the scary to the sad, the wacky to the weird, it's all at the Incredible Story Studio.-JACOBS, ROLE THE FILM!

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Incredible Story Studio is the place where kid's stories from around the world are made into movies. Each half-hour episode of this tween dramatic series showcases two children's stories, which are adapted into 10-minute live action TV dramas. The series is hosted by The Studio Boss - a comical kid character based on the old Hollywood movie moguls of the 1940s. With lots of savvy and movie mogul charm, she introduces each week's movie, kid actors and kid authors.

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fluffy fun
20 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

I am utterly confused by the low rating of this series on IMDb. Surely the series should be judged on its own merits, as a television series for young people. On those terms, it is not only respectable but occasionally quite fun and even audacious in its reliance on young storytellers.

I have two bargain DVD collections of episodes. The one committed to stories of "sibling rivalry" is the better, with one story about a prince turned to Limburger cheese by a witch (a young Elvis impersonator helps try to break the spell), and another about an attempt to save the Prime Minister of Canada from a mad scientist by two young heroes who send themselves by post to Canada's capitol, only to get lost along the way (sent to O-maha instead of O-ttawa). Absolutely silly, fluffy fun, this series makes me wish I were 14 again!

Every episode is introduced by a young aspiring Hollywood mogul and her schlepper assistant. Not a great work of art, but I found it entertaining as heck. my nieces liked it, too. What's the matter with people voting here, have they lost all sense of fun? Would have been a '9' for its genre, but I'll give it 10 to balance all the spoil-sports here.


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