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Rocket's Firebird Rescue is the final episode of Little Einsteins.
Rocket shares his favorite story with the quartet: "The Firebird." The storybook contains animated illustrations showing the Firebird's spreading of music in Russia wherever it goes. However, for a wicked ogre traps the Firebird and silences all music in the nation. The team wants to save the Firebird so they set off on a mission to rescue the Firebird from the ogre's clutches and bring music back to Russia.
Art and Music
- Featured art: "Improvisation" by Wassily Kandinsky, Matryoshka nesting dolls, and Faberge Egg by Carl Faberge.
- Featured music: "The Firebird Suite" by Igor Stravinsky.
Label: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
Running Time: 45 Minutes
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Studio: BABY EINSTEIN
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Actors: Erica Huang, Aiden Pompey, Jesse Schwartz, Natalia Wojcik.
Before you can say "Blast Off!" the Little Einsteins are zooming through the sky in a new movie that's jam-packed with action, music, magic, and fun. Besides Rocket, what's big, red and can fly? Meet Rocket's new friend: the mysterious Firebird! She sprinkles magical music power everywhere she flies, filling the world with beauty and joy.
But when a mean ogre captures Firebird, it's up to Rocket, Leo, June, Quincy, and Annie to travel all the way to Russia to set her free and bring music back to the world. Soar over the golden spires of a Byzantine palace. Discover St. Petersburg, and explore snowy Siberia, where you'll meet a freshwater baby seal and much more. Remember, only with your help -- singing, dancing, and playing instruments -- can the Little Einsteins complete their mission and save the day. Inspired by the music of Igor Stravinsky's "Firebird" ballet and filled with messages of teamwork, friendship, and compassion.
- This is the second full length special and the final.
- This is the final episode listed of Little Einsteins.
- The team gain music power which could have been used in future episodes.
- The film was aired on Television 3 years after the disc release.
- This special has higher animation than the other due to it having a bigger budget.
- Unlike a regular episode, this special is the length of two 22-minute episodes.
- Recurring characters such as Big Jet don't make any apperance.
- This is the first episode/special of Little Einsteins to use a different credits song.
- This special uses a 5.1 track.