I remember the original Mr. Peabody cartoons from when I was a kid. I used to love The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, especially when the super smart, glasses-wearing (oh, and talking!) dog Mr. Peabody took center stage.
Honestly, next to biology, history was my least favorite subject. Still is. But somehow when Mr. Peabody started walking me through classic battles of yesteryear (with his doe-eyed “boy” Sherman by his side), it all became super fascinating.
I haven’t seen Dreamworks‘ new Mr. Peabody & Sherman movie yet (It hits on October 14!), but my copy is on its way. So stay tuned for a highly intelligent, time-traveling review! My kids did see it already and loved it, so I can’t wait to watch it with them next weekend.
Blu-ray Exclusive Special Features:
- Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends Show – See the premiere episode of the original 1959 television show.
- Peabody & Sherman Segments – Watch five segments from the original television series including “Robin Hood,” “Leonardo Da Vinci,” “Louis XVI,” “William Shakespeare,” and “Ludwig Van Beethoven.”
- DreamWorks Presents: Mr. Peabody & Sherman, A Journey WABAC
- History’s Greatest Mysteries – A Dog and his Boy
- Peabody’s Paw Print on History – We take part in the excitement as Mr. Peabody gets his pawprints in cement at the TCL Chinese Theatre. Cast members Ty Burrell (voice of “Mr. Peabody”) and Max Charles (voice of “Sherman”), join filmmakers Rob Minkoff (director), Alex Schwartz (producer) and Tiffany Ward (executive producer) for the festivities. Also on hand (or paw?) are some of Mr. Peabody’s very famous furry friends, including Lassie, Beethoven, Rin Tin Tin, and a very adorable dog named George Clooney.
- Time Travel Memory Match game
- The WABAC Jigsaw Puzzle game
For now, though, you have a shot at winning your own copy of the movie on Blu-ray/DVD combo! You don’t need an IQ of 200 to know how super awesome that is!
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144 thoughts on “Win Mr. Peabody & Sherman on Blu-ray/DVD (Ends 10/27)”
I would travel to the future, when humanity lives in space and aliens are our friends.
i would like to live in the 50’s and go to california
if i had a time machine i would go to jamaica in the 1970s.
If i had a time machine I’d go back ten years and make some different choices!
I would go back to the Renaissance and time of enlightenment.
I’d go back to the 80’s, and if I went back to a historic date I would have to say I would go back to when electricity was invented.
my younger self about 20 yrs ago and avoid some people lol thank you for your generosity
I would go back to the mid to late 90s and kick my teenage self’s butt. (not taking in to account how that would change today, yadda yadda) Knock some sense in to that girl 😀
Would go back to a time before my Nana died so I could spend more time with her.
I would go back to 1985….My HS Graduation day! I would like to start from there knowing what I do now!
I’d go back to ’95 and enjoy the amazing Christmas with all of my family together.
I would go back to when I graduated HS and start saving for retirement LOL
I would go back to the 1900’s I have always admired the way life used to be then.
Signing of the Declaration of Independence
If I had a time machine I would go back to the 1940’s. I love Big Band music and the dress and hairstyles.
I would go back to 1982 when I was in college, that was a fun time in my life.
I would go back to the early 1990’s – I had a great time back then!
I would go back to 1990 and spend time with my grandparents. There’s so much I wish I had asked them.
I would go back to the early 80’s and hopefully knowing what I know now, maybe I wouldn’t go through a major back injury
I would go back and make my ex sign papers signing over his rights to our kids.
I’d go back to my teen years and (knowing what I know now) change some things.
I would travel back to the 1800’s and rewrite some history 🙂
I’d go back to 1972, the year I was married and run these same 42+ years over again with the man I married. That and buy some stock in Microsoft, Apple and others – so that finances in our retirement would not be an issue.
I would go back to the 1950s
I would go back to Cleopatra’s time in Egypt…I have many questions for her.
I would like to go to San Francisco in the 1940’s and hang out with my dad when he was a kid.
If I had a time machine I would go back to my first date with my husband.
I would go back to the year 1925 in MN because that was when my grandmother was young and I loved all the stories she told me about it.
My Mom died when I was 10 and would go back to see her.
Only 7 yrs back, change a few things
I would go back 8 years and do a lot of things differently.
I would go back to before my parents split so before I was 9 those were good times! Plus I would get to see my grandma again, I miss her
I would go to the old west probably lake Tahoe.
If i had a time machine I would maybe take my kids back to the 80S, They were great times.
I’d go back about 4 years.
I would go back to the 90’s
I would go back to Medieval times.
I would definitely go back to the 80’s. I had the best time and my dad was still alive and would love to be able to talk to him again!
I would go back to the 1950s It was a more family like time period.
I think that I would go to medieval times because I have always been interested in it
I would go back to 1961 and start saving silver age comics! (and appreciate my parents more!)
I would go to 1990. The year before my dad got sick. I know it sounds depressing, but I would love to spend more time with him and hug him more. 🙂
I would go back to the 80s. I was a teenager then.
I would go back to the 80’s and be a teenager again!
probably back to high school so I could make some different choices about my future
I’d go back to the beginning of time to see how it all started.
…I like the idea of going back in my own life…maybe not quite teen years and make a few different decisions.
I would go back to when I was a teenager and make better decisions.
I would go to Jupiter and Saturn. As a child I loved astronomy and space travel.
I would go back to when I was a teen and change a few things.
1940’s Norway to help them against the Nazis
i would go back and see my sister again
I would go back to watch my birth of my son, I had an epidual and couldn’t see much, and I would want to see what they did with him when the took him away from be for a couple of hours
I would go back in time to see my Mom again. Probably during a Disney trip because those were happy times for us.
I would go to the 1920s. I’ve always wondered how life was back then.
I would go back to the 80’s and rethink some things. lol I’d also like to take a trip to see how the pyramids were really built.
If I had a time machine I would go live in the 50’s!
I would go back to high school in the 80’s.
Back to the 90’s and my family & I would stay there! :p
I’d like to go back to be in the live audience of The Jack Benny Show.
i go to italy 1960
I would go back to the 40’s. Love that era.
I would go to New York during the 1940s. 😀
1969 to watch my dad listen to the first Black Sabbath record.
I would go to Southampton in 1912
I’d go to Paris in the 1920s.
I would go back in time to before my son’s dad was diagnosed with end stage cancer and got treatment before it spread.
I’d go back to visit my younger self and smack some sense into his head.
back to egypt so watch them build the pyramids
I think it would be cool to see the first space launches in the 60’s
I would go back to the 50’s, life was a little more simple!
I would go back to the 80s when it was fun
If I had a time machine I would love to go to england in the 1860’s I love the victorian period
New York’s World Fair in 1964 and watch the Ford Mustang be unveiled for the first time.
I would go back in time to meet my ancestors
I would go back to my youth and make some different decisions to see how my life would be different.
I would like to see medieval england
i would travel to around 600 bc in india or china to study a few early eastern religions.
i would go to the 60’s
i would go back to the 60’s
I would like to see Egypt back when the pyramids were built.
I would go back to the 60`s,seems like a cool decade.
I would watch the sistine chapel being painted!
i would love to see some dinosaurs!
I would travel to Ancient Egypt when they were building the pyramids!
I would travel back to the 50’s when people were more friendly and respectful.
I would go back to the ’60’s and ’70’s when life was better.
I think I would go back to the Oregon Trail days and travel the trail. I used to be obsessed with playing the computer game and reading books about the frontier.
I would travel back to the 1960s and meet my grandfather.
I would travel to Florida in the 1800’s for its rich history.
I would go back to 1939 so I could join the war along with Grandfather
I think I would go back to the 1950’s so that I could meet my grandmother Geyman. She died when I was 2 so I really didn’t get to know her.
I would go to New York in the 1950s.
I would go back to the 1920’s when every one was nice, modest and respectful. 🙂
Back to the 1960’s the era of JFK and the start of Rock and Roll music
In the comments section of this blog post, tell me: If you had a time machine, where (and when) would you go?
for some reason I wanna go back to the 30’s…just for the chicks
I’d check out a play at the Theatre of Dionysos in Athens in the 400s. 🙂
I would go back to when my kids were little babies and try to relax a little more 🙂
I would go to the future 100 years from now
I would use a time machine to take me to 2000 years into the future to see what breakthroughs we achieved.
I’d go back to the 1950’s to see what things were like back then when I was born
I’d go back to the 80’s – it was such a fun time
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I would totally go back to the 1900-1930’s era and love it up
I would love to go back to England in the 1600’s -but in the right “household” if you know what I mean, just the right amount of wealth that all was right in my world would be lovely.
I would go to the future in Canada to 2050.
Shakespeare’s heydays in Elizabethan England!
I want to go see my grandparents.
I would travel back and see if we really were visited by ancient aliens.
I think I would just go back to 60s or 70s when I think life was a little more simple.
I’d Travel Back To The 1600’s When The First Thanksgiving Took Place.
I’d go to the civil war.
I would go back to around the 70’s so that I could spend more time with the family members that I have lost since then.
I would go to the 1950s to see how my grandparents were like when they were young.
I would love to go back to the time of the Egyptians.
I would go back to before 1968 and meet my grandfather. He passed away a year before I was born and I would love to meet him.
The Middle Ages
I’d travel back to the ’60s, so many momentous occasions in the US.
I would love to go back to my childhood on a summer day for one day.
If I had a time machine I would go back to when my great grandma was a little girl in Ohio and see what her life was like
I’d go back and experience WoodStock.
I would travel to the Little House and the Prarie times to see what it was like to live that way, life was sure different back then.
I would want to go to the 60’s & 70’s to see what my parents and grandparents were like!
Into the 1800’s I love that time period.
I would go to the future so I can see what the world will be like.
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1940s to wonder what they did at that time
go to the future and see who wins the next 50 yrs of sporting events and make bank
I would go to the 1800s and wear a poofy dress. Thanks for including Canadians in this giveaway!
I would go back the 1930s
I think I would go back to the 40’s!
I would go back to the early 60s because that was a fun time in my life when things were simple!
I would go to the medieval times!
I would travel back to the 1950’s to observe my parents first hand in their high school years.
I would go back to my childhood and observe.
To a Medieval English or French court
I would travel to London in the 1400’s.
I would love to travel to 1592 Scotland, Thank you!
The 1500s to see the Tudor era
I would go to the 1950’s just to see what it was like
Oh my gosh. If I had a time machine, the options would be endless. I have no idea where I would start!
I would go back to the late 1990’s to my hometown.
If I had a time machine I would go to early 1920’s Hollywood California.