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DVD Giveaway: Pucca!

posted by Nell Minow

I have three Pucca DVDs to give away to the first people who send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com. Pucca is the daughter of Chinese noodle house owners. Her adventures combine light-hearted romance (she has an unrequited crush on a silent ninja), silly comedy, and kung fu.

(This one is for first-timers only, so if you have already won a DVD, please do not enter.)



  • cindy crocker

    my neice would really like to pucca dvd

  • diane anderson

    would love a good movie to watch.

  • joy

    i lived in korea for a time and have a pucca shirt!! I want a pucca dvd!!!

  • Miranda King

    I just recently saw this so I am sure you have given away all of your DVDs…but just incase – my son and daughter both LOVE Pucca and her friends!
    Also would anyone know where I can get plush Pucca dolls??
    My son really wants Garu and Mio!!
    Thank you!
    ~Miranda

  • Nell Minow

    I’m sorry, the DVDs are all gone, but for plush toys, try http://www.animespectrum.com/puccaplush.html Thanks for visiting the site and keep checking as I do frequent DVD giveaways.

  • abbi snyder

    wow! i would really like to win a pucca dvd! i am a huge pucca fan and i think that one of my favorite episodes of pucca is well theres so many of them i can’t decide! so please let me win i will be ever so greatful!

  • BOBBY

    I ABSOLUTELY LOVE PUCCA & I AM 63 YEARS OLD.

  • Nell Minow

    Thanks for writing, Bobby! I’m glad to hear from a fan.

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