Victor and Valentino: Folk Art Foes
Escape Boredom and Journey to a Small Town Where Fantastical Creatures and Folklore Come to Life
Cartoon Network Studios’ Victor and Valentino hit my love sweet spot for animation and mythology! The Imagen Award-nominated series created by Diego Molano follows two half brothers who stay with their grandmother in Monte Macrabe over the summer and have LOTS of adventures! Monte Macrabe is a small town off the beaten path where Mesoamerican folklore comes to life and is thriving! Victor and Valentino will be released on DVD next spring by Waner Bros. Home Entertainment on March 2, 2021, and will excite kids and kids at heart.
- Folk Art Foes
- Dead Ringer
- Brotherly Love
- Chata’s Quinta Quinceañera
- Legend of the Hidden Skate Park
- Cleaning Day
- The Babysitter
- Hurricane Chata
- Lonely Haunts Club
- The Dark Room
- The Collector
- The Boy Who Cried Lechuza
- Boss for a Day
- Cuddle Monster
- Los Cadejos
- It Grows
- Welcome to the Underworld
BASICS DVD Release Date: March 2, 2021
Presented in 16×9 widescreen format Total
Runtime: Approx. 143 minutes
Audio – English (5.1), Spanish
Subtitles – English SDH
DVD Price: $14.97 SRP ($18.94 in Canada)
DIGITAL Victor and Valentino are available to own on Digital from various retailers including iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, Vudu, Xbox, and others.
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