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Abe and the Amazing Promise: A Lesson in Patience by Veggie Tales
Gideon, Tuba Warrior: A Lesson in Trusting God [videorecording] by Veggie Tales
Saint Nicholas: A Story of Joyful Giving (CBA) by Veggie Tales
Silly Little Thing Called Love
The Toy That Saved Christmas by Veggie Tales
Veggie Tales The Bumblyburg Super-Hero Value Pack (DVDs) by Big Idea
Veggie Tales: Wonderful Wizard Of Ha's [DVD] by Veggie Tales
God Wants Me to Forgive Them?!? (Veggie Tales ) VHS by Veggie Tales2
Are You My Neighbor? by Veggie Tales3
Veggie Tales: Rack, Shack & Benny by Veggie Tales4
Larry Boy and the Rumor Weed by Veggie Tales12

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  1. The Ultimate Silly Song Countdown by Veggie Tales (2001)
  2. Dave and the Giant Pickle [videorecording] by Big Idea (1993)
  3. VeggieTales: The End of Silliness? The end of silliness? by Big Idea (1998)
  4. LarryBoy - The Good, The Bad and the Eggly! by Big Idea (2003)
  5. VEGGIE TALES VERY SILLY SONGS! VEGGIE TALES VERY FIRST SING-ALONG VIDEO by Big Idea Productions (1997)
  6. The Passion of the Christ [2004 film] by Mel Gibson (2004)
  7. Facing the Giants [2006 film] by Alex Kendrick (2007)
  8. Adventures in Odyssey: A Fine Feathered Frenzy [Videorecording] by Focus on the Family (1992)
  9. 3-2-1 Penguins!: The Cheating Scales of Bullamanka by 321 Penguins (2001)
  10. Flywheel [2003 film] by Alex Kendrick (2003)
  11. Buck Denver Asks... What's in the Bible? In the Beginning [Videorecording] by Phil Vischer (2010)
  12. The Prince of Egypt [1998 film] by Simon Wells (1998)
  13. Fireproof [2008 film] by Alex Kendrick (2008)
  14. The Good Samaritan (The Animated Stories from the New Testament) by Family Entertainment Network (1989)
  15. The Nativity Story [2006 film] by Catherine Hardwicke (2006)

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