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Franklin the Turtle's Greatest Morals is a US 2-DVD pack featuring three Season 1 episodes, five Season 2 episodes, four Season 3 episodes, three Season 4 episodes, two Season 5 episodes and three Season 6 episodes, all of which teach the importance of morals, life lessons and natural laws.

Episodes

Disc 1

  1. Franklin is Lost (Moral: Always listen to your parents' rules)
  2. Franklin Fibs (Moral: Always tell the truth)
  3. Finders Keepers for Franklin (Moral: Always return something you found to it's rightful owner)
  4. Franklin Growing Up Fast (Lesson: Growing up is a part of life)
  5. Franklin's Library Book (Moral: Responsibility)
  6. Franklin and the Broken Globe (Moral: Always tell the truth when you've done something wrong)
  7. Franklin Says Sorry (Moral: Never tell secrets)
  8. Franklin and the Fire (Lesson: Fire safety)
  9. Franklin and his Night Friend (Natural law: Nocturnal creatures only come out at night)
  10. Franklin and the Two Henrys (Moral: Always tell the truth when you've made a mistake)

Disc 2

  1. Franklin Takes the Bus (Moral: Always ask for permission before you take something that doesn't belong to you)
  2. Big Brother Franklin (Moral: Always take care of your younger siblings)
  3. Franklin's Funny Business (Moral: Playing jokes on everyone constantly isn't good, and two wrongs don't make a right)
  4. Franklin and the Trading Cards (Moral: It's always good to make your own decisions)
  5. Franklin the Fearless (Moral: Never boast about things you can't do)
  6. Franklin and the Bus Patrol (Moral: Always follow the rules on the school bus)
  7. Franklin's Party Plans (Moral: Friends)
  8. Franklin's UFO (Moral: Don't believe rumors and speculations)
  9. Franklin's Word (Moral: Hurtful words are not nice to say)
  10. Franklin Plays it Safe (Lesson: Safety is usually the best)

Bonus Features

  • Quiz about the episodes

Trivia

  • The episodes for this release were chosen in a poll where fans of Franklin could vote for the episodes they thought were suitable and/or worthy for the release.
    • On a side note, only episodes from the classic Franklin series were allowed in the poll for obvious reasons.
  • This release was actually liked by more people than Little Bear's Greatest Morals, since the Franklin version actually got more moral-based episodes in the winning poll results.