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Little Einsteins: Our Huge Adventure (stylized as Little Einsteins: Our Big Huge Adventure) is a 2005 direct-to-video feature-length musical adventure film from The Baby Einstein Company and Curious Pictures.

The film would later be adapted into the TV series Little Einsteins.


The Little Einsteins go on a quest to get a lost caterpillar back home. Luckily, the caterpillar was safe and healthy enough to transform into a Monarch butterfly. The group hears about a grand family party (based off real Monarch migration) and they were invited, except for their butterfly. However, after searching in four butterfly mailboxes, they were able to find the right invitation. In the ending, the Little Einsteins and the butterfly visit Mexico where thousand of other Monarch butterflies rest.


  • Wheatfield with Cypresses by Vincent van Gogh
  • The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai
  • Young Woman in the Garden by Claude Monet
  • Navajo Woven Art



  • This video would later be subsided into two episodes of the first season as "A Brand New Outfit" and "The Missing Invitation". This version has several parts edited out compared to the original DVD release.
    • Some of these scenes include:
      1. Leo yelling "Reverse paddles!"
      2. The introduction to the characters
      3. The "Lalala Buggy Wuggy" song
      4. The team looking around the Wheatfield with Cypresses.
      5. The team visiting New York City while going to the top of the Statue of Liberty so they can see all of Manhattan until they find the United Nations; a place where the next Butterfly Mailbox is in the garden.
      6. Meeting the team for the rookies of their very first movie.
      7. The team using the Musical Roller Coaster three times (they only use it once in the first episode).
      8. The team noticing a sign that says "Crescendo" while traveling down the Niagara River.
      9. Leo asking the viewers if they see Niagara Falls.
      10. Rocket briefly flying over Niagara Falls.
      11. Leo asking the viewers if they see the cave.
      12. Other butterflies coming out of the Musical Tree of Many Colors.
      13. The team passing by the little green truck before reaching the Musical Tree of Many Colors.
      14. The team coming across the black, white, and red path in the cave.
  • This was the first Playhouse Disney/Disney Junior special to act as the series' pilot as well as air before the official debut. The second being Sofia the First's pilot "Once Upon a Princess" and the third being Mickey Mouse Funhouse's pilot "Mickey the Brave!".
  • The notes do not pulse or highlight the construction paper's color to the Beethoven song. Instead, after Quincy says "and....", Leo immediately says "Music by Ludwig van Beethoven." without waiting for the music to stop playing and they switch places. Quincy's on the left and Leo's on the right.
  • This movie uses a 5.1 track.


v - e - d
Little Einsteins Theme SongMissionCurtain Call
Main: LeoJuneQuincyAnnieRocket

Recurring: FirebirdMelodyBig JetWitch
Removed: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Season One: "Ring Around the Planet" • "I Love to Conduct" • "Hungarian Hiccups" • "Whale Tale" • "Pirate's Treasure" • "The Birthday Balloons" • "The Legend of the Golden Pyramid" • "Dragon Kite" • "Go West, Young Train" • "Farmer Annie" • "A Little Einsteins Halloween" • "Annie's Solo Mission" • "The Mouse and the Moon" • "The Good Knight and the Bad Knight" • "The Christmas Wish" • "How We Became the Little Einsteins: The True Story" • "Jump for Joey" • "The Northern Night Light" • "O Yes, O Yes, It's Springtime!" • "A Tall Totem Tale" • "The Incredible Shrinking Adventure" • "Duck, Duck, June" • "Rocket Safari" • "Knock on Wood" • "A Galactic Goodnight" • "The Birthday Machine" • "A Brand New Outfit" • "The Missing Invitation"

Season Two: "Quincy and the Magic Instruments" • "Brothers and Sisters to the Rescue" • "The Glass Slipper Ball" • "Annie's Love Song" • "Melody the Music Pet" • "The Puppet Princess" • "Super Fast!!" • "He Speaks Music" • "Hello, Cello" • "Annie and the Little Toy Plane" • "Carmine's Big Race" • "The Great Sky Race Rematch" • "Sleeping Bassoon" • "Rocket Soup" • "The Blue-Footed Booby Bird Ballet" • "Little Red Rockethood" • "The Puzzle of the Sphinx" • "The Wild Goose Chase" • "Annie and the Beanstalk" • "The Wind-Up Toy Prince" • "Mr. Penguin's Ice Cream Adventure" • "Annie, Get Your Microphone" • "The Treasure Behind the Little Red Door" • "The Secret Mystery Prize" • "Animal Snack Time" • "The Great Schubert's Guessing Game" • "Quincy and the Instrument Dinosaurs" • "Build It, Rocket!" • "Melody and Me" • "Music Monsters" • "The Song of the Unicorn" • "Flight of the Instrument Fairies" • "Silly Sock Saves the Circus" • "Go Team!" • "The Music Robot from Outer Space" • "Show and Tell" • "Fire Truck Rocket" • "Rocket the Bug" • "Little Elephant's Big Parade"

Our Big Huge AdventureRocket's Firebird Rescue
The Rocket Room