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RUSTY RIVETS Available on @NickelodeonDVD July 31 + a Giveaway

RUSTY RIVETS will be available on Nickelodeon DVD on July 31, 2018

No problem is too big for Rusty Rivets, Nickelodeon's inventive 10-year-old hero, who makes his DVD debut in Rusty Rivets. Available July 31, 2018, the eight-episode collection introduces Rusty, a creative young boy, who with the help of his imagination and incredible resourcefulness, is able to invent his way out of every jam by repurposing spare parts and found objects. Fans can follow along with Rusty and his best friends as they team up to fix a runaway remote control airplane, maneuver around a sinkhole, create a rocket to return some lost penguins and more.

Inspired by the DIY culture of the maker movement, each Rusty Rivets adventure encourages preschoolers to use their creativity to solve problems. Produced by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Media Distribution, the Rusty Rivets DVD will include a never-before-released PAW Patrol episode, "Pups Save a Robo-Saurus" and will be available on DVD July 31, for the suggested retail price of $10.99.

Rusty Rivets contains the following episodes:
  • Rusty's Rex Rescue - When Liam and his stuffed dinosaur get trapped atop a tall stack of junk, Rusty and his team design a dino-mite rescue.
  • Rusty's Park 'N Fly - When Mr. Higgins' remote control plane won't land, Rusty and his friends try different ways to get it down.
  • Rusty's Ski Trip Blip - A ski trip to Planner's Peak comes to a halt after a sinkhole blocks Rusty and his friends path.
  • Rusty's Penguin Problem - On a hot day, Rusty gets a delivery of... penguins! He and his friends must figure out how to keep the penguins cool on the way back to the Animal Park.
  • Ruby Rocks - Right before the Sparkton Hills Talent Show, Ruby gets stage fright so Rusty and the Bits band together to help her.
  • Rusty's Balloon Blast - After Liam hops into a giant helium balloon and floats away, Rusty and Ruby have to design a solution to bring him back down to earth.
  • Rusty Dives In - After Ruby's tablet sinks to the bottom of the lake, Rusty and the Bits work together to get it back.
  • Rusty Marks the Spot - When Rusty finds a pirate map made by his great-great-granddad, the gang must combine and design the clues to find the treasure.
  • BONUS EPISODE: PAW Patrol: Pups Save a Robo-Saurus -When a Robotic Dino named Earl comes to life, the pups must find him and bring him home.
Rusty Rivets fast facts:
Street Date: July 31, 2018
Catalog: 59193149000 (US)
Running Time: 97 Minutes
Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital and Spanish and French Stereo
S.R.P.: $10.99

Rusty Rivets is a great DVD for inspiring your kids to get creative plus it teaches problem solving skills and STEM! 

Here's your chance to win a copy of this fun DVD. Simply enter the giveaway below. 
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Natosha Miller said…
Spongebob is a big favorite
Alli Smith said…
My little grandson would absolutely love this DVD! I like that it includes over 90 minutes of episodes. I need to get this for him ASAP.
Janet W. said…
My grandson's favorite Nick character is Rubble from Paw Patrol!
This looks like a movie my son and Nephew would enjoy as well as my Grandson and with Christmas here soon I will purchase a couple copies to give as Gifts.
aperry said…
Wally Kazam is a favorite,
GiGi Eats said…
Come a year from now I have a feeling I am going to know a lot more about these cartoons! :o
Tasheena Womack said…
The kiddos would love this DVD. I have to purchase one for our collection. It would be perfect for movie night
My son would love this DVD! Always looking for new ones!
the younger grandkids would really enjoy this Rusty Rivet movie. Going to have to check with my daughter to see what she thinks but it would be a winner.
My kids are grown up, no grandkids yet, but have plenty of cousins, nieces, and nephews that will enjoy this DVD.
AiringMyLaundry said…
This sounds like a fun show. My kids would have loved it when they were smaller. We've always loved Nickelodeon!
Ken Ohl said…
Dora The Explorer is my little nieces favorite
Anosa Malanga said…
My cousins are such a Nickelodeon fan. This is my first time to learn about this and I guess they surely know about this already. Still I will let them know, worth another topic to discuss with them.
Glam Karen said…
Shows like this make summer even more fun for the kids! I think this DVD is worth getting if you have a child at home. I'm sure they're going to be super entertained!
Marysa said…
This sounds like such a fun show. My kids are a little older now, but they have been big Nickelodeon Fans. It's nice to see they are always coming out with new shows to keep the kids entertained.
Liz Cochico said…
I'm not sure if my twin granddaughters have heard about Rusty Rivets. This sounds like a fun show. I'll tell them about this.
Madeline said…
I haven't heard of this one before! My son would LOVE this show. He is obsessed with all things tools AND robots.
We LOVE Rusty Rivets in our house! Any show that has STEM in it is a winner for us!
Chubskulit Rose said…
I am not up to date with these shows anymore. I miss the days when I can sit with my kids and watch shows like this.
Shoshana S said…
My girls used to love Nickelodeon cartoons but now that they are teens, they have moved to teen shows but Spongebob remains their favourite.
Jackie said…
My nephew likes Chase from Paw Patrol.
Thank you!
~BernettaStyle~ said…
My son loves Paw Patrol too oh and power rangers!
Amy said…
Such a great giveaway! I personally have not heard of Rusty Rivets, but I'm sure my kiddo would love it.

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