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#Giveaway & More!! The Croods (BluRay) & Belt Plush Toy #TheCroodsDVD

Available on Digital HD September 15 and Blu-ray & DVD October 1

The relationship between a father and his daughter is a very precious thing. Some of the most touching scenes from movie history are the loving moments between dads and daughters. In The Croods, we watched as Eep and Grug slowly come to realize how much they truly love each other. Take a look at two of the most memorable dad and daughter moments in movie history.

Eep and Grug - The Croods
Teenagers always go through that phase of life where they feel that they are being smothered by their parents. Eep is definitely feeling these emotions when her over-protective dad keeps her under tight boundaries.  But it turned out that Eep and Grug were more alike than they realized. Eep’s heart is broken when she thinks she lost her opportunity to tell her dad how much she loves him. In a very memorable moment, Eep and Grug are reunited and our hearts melt as we watch them embrace in a great big word that rhymes with Grug… a hug!


George & Annie Banks - Father of the Bride
In Father of the Bride, George might be having a hard time giving up his little girl, but in the end he accepts the wedding as a reality and the two have a major bonding moment.  On the night before her wedding, Annie and George play basketball in the driveway and hundreds of female viewers thought back to the times they played sports with their dad as a kid.


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  1. The toy will have to be shared among my kids - who will try the activities after we see the movie.

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  2. My mom really wants that toy, so I'd give it to her.

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  3. I would give the toy to my niece.

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  4. The toy would go to my son. He'd really enjoy it.

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  5. I would give the toy to my youngest daughter
    thanks

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  6. It would go to my granddaughter. :)


    Thanks for the chance.


    Ronald Oliver

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  7. I would give this to my daughter!
    mcfallsk8er(at)aim(dot)com

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  8. This would be great for my younger sister. Thanks for the giveaway! :-)

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  9. Thanks for a great giveaway! It would go to my son. I've not tried the activities. Cheers.

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  10. My daughter would love the toy and we already know how much we'd love the movie!
    angela mitchell

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  11. for my niece, and bet she'd love those coloring pages too! - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  12. Perfect gift for my sister!

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  13. Most definitely would go to my little girl. Is was the first movie she got to see in the theaters

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  14. This would go to my kids we love having movie night together
    sethandtjay@yahoo.com

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  15. The toy would go to my niece!

    nomfreebies at hotmail dot com

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  16. It would go to my little nephew!
    via Rhonda W G.

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  17. I'd give the toy to my son. Thank you, Freda!

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