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Tuesday, April 12, 1994

NICKELODEON

RUGRatS

ISBN 1-56406-220-1

0 7464-49220-3 5

Rugrats: The Slide (4/25/1993)

Rugrats: My Friend Barney (4/11/1993)

Rugrats: Chuckie vs. The Potty (9/13/1992)

Rugrats: “Rugrats Rap” Music Video (4/12/1994)

In every crowd

there’s a worry-wart.

And among the intrepid

Rugrats babies it’s

Chuckie, a likeable

two-year-old scaredy-

cat who sees monsters

in every closet and a

hundred ways things

can go wrong. Chuckie’s

legs turn to rubber

at the top of the

slide. He quakes at

the prospect of

potty-training. But

with the support of

his little friends-

and his imaginary

pal, Barney- Charles

Crandall Finster

manages to summon

the courage it takes

to be a Rugrat. Three

episodes, plus the

totally toddlin’ “Rugrats

Rap” music video.

AWARD-WINNING

PROGRAMMING:

•Emmy

•Parents’ Choice

•CableACE

APPROXIMATELY 45 MINUTES

© 1994 Nickelodeon./Manufactured by Sony Wonder, A Division of Sony Music/550 Madison Avenue,

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RUGRatS

Chuckie

the Brave

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RUGRatS

Chuckie the Brave

this box has a

surprise

inside!

FRAIDY-CAT! 3 CHUCKIE ADVENTURES,

PLUS THE RUGRATS RAP MUSIC VIDEO

RUGRatS

NICKELODEON

NICKELODEON

RUGRatS

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WONDER

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“Chuckie, The Brave”

Running time: Approx. 45 minutes/© 1994 Nickelodeon. All rights reserved.

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