Wimzie's House: Volume 4 (1996)
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Wimzie's House: Volume 4 (1996)

Not Rated 28 Episodes
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Episodes:
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
Wimzie wants to find an anniversary gift for her parents, but she doesn't have much money. Then the telephone rings. Someone at the other end of the line tells her she has won a Paloni Moroni Macaroni Machine. Wimzie believes her gift problem is solved.
 
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  25 minutes
Wimzie dreams that Jonas doesn't like her anymore. When she wakes up, she has trouble distinguishing her dream from reality and refuses to play with Jonas. Rousso attempts to improve the situation by inviting the children to paint a wall. When Wimzie still refuses to speak to Jonas, however, Jonas grows frustrated and decides not to speak to her either.
 
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  25 minutes
Truth is examined from every angle. An accident occurs, and the children are adamant about finding the culprit. Wimzie clings to one story. Jonas clings to another. The stalemate is set up to last a long time, so Yaya steps in to organize a debate. Each child describes something different, according to what he or she considers important.
 
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  25 minutes
Wimzie is having fun playing tricks on her friends. They quickly get fed up with it, and try to find a way to play a trick on her too. In the meantime, Rousso and Graziella want to take Wimzie to a movie, providing she tidies up the mess in the garage and her bedroom first.
 
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  25 minutes
Everyone's collecting things for a charity drive and Yaya takes out a book on antiques. She explains that an antique is something old that is sometimes worth money. Among the things collected for the drive is a doll that belonged to Wimzie. Loulou likes it so Wimzie gives it to her.
 
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  25 minutes
Loulou brags and her friends are annoyed by her feats: balancing a pencil on the tip of her nose, making paper hats, etc. Jonas, in particular, is sad and a bit jealous of his sister. He, Horace, and Wimzie decide that each time Loulou shows off, they'll leave or turn their backs on her.
 
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  25 minutes
The children want to be treated as grown-ups and beg Yaya to leave them alone at home. Yaya pretends to go along with it and goes out. But she stays close and watches the children through the window. The children seem to be getting along quite well in her absence. So she decides to test them by giving them a phone call.
 
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  25 minutes
A thick fog keeps the kids from playing outside. They spend time anxiously waiting for Graziella who promised to take them out for ice cream and has also mentioned something about brand new special dirt for Jonas. Horace, Loulou and Wimzie poke fun at Jonas' fascination with dirt but Yaya explains that without dirt, there would be no ice cream.
 
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  25 minutes
One morning, a cute little lost dog appears in the garden. The children want to keep him, but Rousso explains that first they must bring him to the dog pound to see if its owner is looking for him. Wimzie is convinced that the dog, which she calls Shaggy, ran away because his master no longer wanted him.
 
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  25 minutes
Graziella borrows a wig for a costume party. She shows it to Wimzie but asks her not to touch it. Wimzie decides the wig is prettier than her own hair. Later, unable to resist, she tries it on, admires herself in the mirror, struts about, and eventually realizes that she can't take the wig off. It's stuck!
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
Ants have invaded the kitchen cupboards. Yaya shows Wimzie how to evict the squatters with a twig dipped in honey. Jonas arrives with a broken ant farm that Rousso must fix for a toy drive for the children's hospital. Once the ant farm is repaired, the children test it by filling it with the ants that have now been exiled to the garden.
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
Wimzie is listening to her new tape on birds. She repeats everything she's learning to anyone within earshot. Her friends soon tire of her ramblings on about pigeons and starlings and, without meaning any harm, say they'd prefer it if she stopped talking. Miffed, Wimzie takes the comment literally and decides to clam up.
 
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  25 minutes
Rousso is playing hockey with Bo while Wimzie and Loulou get their dolls ready for a doll show. Rousso and Bo finish their hockey game and Wimzie is a bit envious of all the fun Bo is having with his dad. Jonas tells her it's because Bo is a boy, and boys always have more fun with their dads. Wimzie grows increasingly jealous and decides to turn herself into a boy.
 
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  25 minutes
While digging up new specimens for his dirt collection, Jonas finds an old parlor game containing "gold" coins. Fascinated by the golden coins, the children each try to accumulate as many as possible, often at the others' expense. In the midst of all this, Horace keeps forgetting to prepare an anniversary gift for his parents.
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
Today's the day the children will spend the afternoon at work with one of their parents. Wimzie is scheduled to visit the fire station with Rousso, and brags to everyone that she's going to have the most fun of all. The next day, however, as the kids tell each other about their afternoons, Wimzie realizes that the others all had more fun than she did.
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
People from the TV station have come to film at the daycare. The children will be on the news in a few days, and they're all looking forward to seeing themselves on TV. In the meantime, Wimzie starts going to bed very late. Her parents hope she'll soon realize that going to bed early and getting a good night's sleep is important.
 
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  25 minutes
A storm approaches. Rousso and Graziella try to make Wimzie understand why it's important to save water and electricity, but Wimzie keeps forgetting to turn off the lights. To make matters worse, she accidentally breaks Yaya's favourite cup. Wimzie hides the evidence until she can figure out how to glue the cup back together again.
 
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  25 minutes
The children, Graziella, and Rousso are always in need of Yaya's help. When her old rock band decides to go on tour again, Yaya declines their invitation. She feels the others could never get along without her, even though she always encourages them to find ways to do things for themselves.
 
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  25 minutes
Graziella learns a new language. It sounds so bizarre to Wimzie that she begins to worry that her mother is going to change too much and become strange to her. The grown-ups therefore try to show Wimzie and the other reluctant children that the food, clothing, and customs of other cultures are marvelous and interesting things to discover.
 
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  25 minutes
An innocent joke suddenly convinces Horace that he's too fat and must lose weight. He later breaks a chair and a swing, making matters worse. Rousso and Yaya try to convince him that all he has to do is eat and exercise in moderation. Nevertheless, Horace still believes he's as big as a dinosaur and he refuses to eat and goes about exercising vigorously.
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
Jonas is enthralled with his new video game. The others grumble about the fact that he would rather play with his toy than help them plan for the Firefighters' Parade. Yaya reminds them that there are times when people just feel like playing by themselves. But later on, Jonas misplaces his video game and the others are secretly relieved...
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
Jonas seems secretive this morning, and Wimzie concludes that he must have a surprise for them. Loulou confirms this by saying there was talk of "fuh" with their mother. Jonas' surprise eventually becomes an open secret. Jonas is not aware of the fact that his friends are all in the know, and Horace, Loulou, and Wimzie promise each other to act surprised when the big moment occurs.
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
Rousso's sister, Alice, is coming for a visit. This means Rousso and Graziella must drag the ugly statue Alice gave them out of the garage and display it in their home. They explain to the children that they are doing this because they don't want to hurt Alice's feelings, and that they must pretend to like the statue even if it's ugly and frightens Bo.
 
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  25 minutes
Horace is watching "Bumper and Whammer." Inspired by the craziness on the show, he begins with a number of slapstick antics. At first, the others think it's funny, but after a while, they grow tired of Horace rubbing their bellies, tapping their heads, and tugging their arms. Horace, however, thinks he's being hilarious, and continues imitating Whammer.
 
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  25 minutes
Graziella shows the children her new telescope. Wimzie wants to try it out right away, but Graziella explains that they can only really use it at night to see the moon and stars. The next day, she peers into the telescope and sees all sorts of amusing things going on in the neighbourhood.
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
Wimzie interrupts everyone! She interrupts her parents while they are on the phone. She interrupts her friends while they are talking to her... Meanwhile, Loulou and Jonas find a beautiful marble in the back yard. They try to ask Wimzie if the marble belongs to her, but she interrupts them constantly.
 
Not Rated
  25 minutes
Yaya shows the children a magic carambola able to grant wishes. She also tells them the story of a group of people who were placed under an evil spell that altered their appearance. Everyone - except Horace - feels that these people with little blue spots are unattractive and weird.
 
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  25 minutes
It's Christmas Eve and the atmosphere at Wimzie's house is feverish - for good reason! The gifts have disappeared! Graziella is late! Jonas, Loulou, and Horace's parents are stranded in the snow! Even Rousso and the firefighters have been delayed by the storm! Nevertheless, the children decide to keep the Christmas spirit alive.
Come spend a "day in the life" with the monsters at Wimzie's house and you'll never want to go home. It's the magical kind of daycare that leads to delightful adventures for the pre-school child. All of the characters are wild and wooly on the outside, bu… View More
Genres Family
Director
Starring Sonja Ball, Liz Macrae, Holly Gauthier-Frankel, Bruce Dinsmore View More
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Movie Summary

Come spend a "day in the life" with the monsters at Wimzie's house and you'll never want to go home. It's the magical kind of daycare that leads to delightful adventures for the pre-school child. All of the characters are wild and wooly on the outside, but definitely human on the inside.
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Movie Details

Genres Family
Starring Sonja Ball, Liz Macrae, Holly Gauthier-Frankel, Bruce Dinsmore, Jennifer Seguin, Thor Bishopric, Tyrone Benskin, Jane Woods
Studio Name Vivendi Entertainment
Release Date 1996
VUDU Release Date 06/19/2013
Rating Not Rated About Ratings
Episodes 28 episodes
Language English

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