Best of the Original Series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Review & Giveaway

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been making a real come back lately, and if you want to introduce your child to the original episodes or even take a trip down memory lane yourself then you need to check out the “Best Of” Dvds that have been just been released this May.

There are four DVDs available, one per turtle and each one includes the three most popular episodes for each turtle, so that you can experience each characters highlights.

TMNT Original Series DVDs

 

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My boys have recently started to get interested in TMNT as they enjoyed playing with some of the newly released TMNT toys so it was great to introduce them to these original episodes. I remember watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as a child but these original episodes came out in 1987 when I was not even a year old! It’s amazing how well these cartoons have stood the test of time! The boys were all very interested, and were captivated with the turtles straight away. They will happily watch these DVDs and I have enjoyed watching them with them too!

The DVDs are from Lionsgate and will be available from many stockists including Amazon (linked above). They are priced at £6 each which is really reasonable!

If you’d like to give the DVDs a try then you’re in luck as I am offering two In The Playroom readers a chance to win one of these “Best of the Original Series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” DVDs each. Each DVD will be a random selection from the four available, I can’t guarantee a specific choice unfortunately but a surprise is always fun!

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108 thoughts on “Best of the Original Series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Review & Giveaway”

  1. They were on tv when I was little as my brothers used to watch them but I was more into dolls, My Little Ponies and girly cartoons!

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  2. I loved this programme so much I remember getting dressed for school in front of the TV so I didn’t missed the end!

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  3. I was kind of forced to watch this when i was younger…but the more i was forced the more i loved TMNT! Just don’t tell my brother that!

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  4. Hell yes, the them tune is AWESOME! “They’re the world’s most fearsome fighting te – eam. They’re heroes in a half-shell, AND THEY’RE GREEN!” . . . 🙂

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  5. My first DVD was the wizard of oz, and my second DVD was the turtles .. except in those days they were called videos .. and I still have them, but alas, no machine to view them on.

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  6. I did used to watch the turtles when I was younger. My favourite was Donnatella which was also my nickname as my name is Donna so it’s something I remember well 🙂

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  7. Yes I use to watch it with my little brother who had all the figures and was obsessed with them. 🙂

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  8. I used to watch turtles in the late 80,s early 90,s and my 4 year old son plays with the turtle figures and turtle van I had when I was little

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  9. I had no choice but to watch them when it was my little brothers turn with the tello.
    I grew to love them and just as well as my little boy absolutely loves now so I enjoy watching them with him x

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  10. I did! I can remember very clearly too going to see the first movie at the cinema too with my Turtle mad cousin!!

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  11. I dint but my children did, my eldest son still has an attic full of turtles bits and pieces that he wont part with, and now my grandson is turtles mad

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  12. I used to watch with my four children. They had the costumes and even though they are now in there twenties we still hang their Turtle christmas stockings up at the fire place every year.

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  13. Of course , it was the best, also really bonded me and my brother who is 5 years older as he explained characters and other bits!

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  14. i used to watch it with my big brother at my nanas and grandads and then we would play this interactive TMNT board game they used to have! i loved it!

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