Top of the Tots is the 16th Wiggles video released. It was primarily filmed from the 9th to the 13th of June in 2003[1], and it was released on the January 13, 2004 in North America, and on March 10 the same year in Australia.

Song List

Note: All songs are from the album of the same name, except where noted otherwise.

  1. Bow Wow Wow 
  2. Central Park New York
  3. Cowboys and Cowgirls
  4. Fly Through The Sky
  5. I Wave My Arms And Swing My Baton
  6. New York Firefighter
  7. Picking Flowers
  8. Say Aah at the Doctors
  9. Feeling Chirpy
  10. Lettuce Sing (Fresh Fruit And Veggies)
  11. Let's Go Swimming
  12. The Bricklayers Song
  13. Calling All Cows
  14. Tick Tock (All Night Long)
  15. Can You Dig It?
  16. Knead Some Dough
  17. Open Wide Look Inside At The Dentist

Plot

Captain Feathersword has a bit of trouble with his microphone, but he fixes it, and introduces everyone, including the dancers: Larissa, Ryan, Tamara, Franco, Lucy, Sam, Brett and Ben!

Song #1: Bow Wow Wow

Anthony introduces the next song. G'Day, squirrels!

Song #2: Central Park New York

Song #3: Cowboys and Cowgirls

Song #4: Fly Through The Sky

Song #5: I Wave My Arms And Swing My Baton

Jeff interviews with Frank, a firefighter from New York City, Dept. 227. He shows off his firefighter clothes and some equipment.

Song #6: New York Firefighter

Greg asks if you like picking flowers. Captain Feathersword does!

Song #7: Picking Flowers

Murray interviews Dr. Pam.

Song #8: Say Aah at the Doctors

Pam talks with Dominic, the child.

Greg is with some kids and Jeff.

Song #9: Feeling Chirpy

Anthony interviews Gabriel, who is a grocer, via satellite.

Song #10: Lettuce Sing (Fresh Fruit And Veggies)

Anthony interviews to the Perkin's family about how fun it is to go swimming at the pool.

Song #11: Let's Go Swimming

Murray and Anthony greet everyone from the Great Wall of China.

Song #12: The Bricklayers Song

Greg feels thirsty and likes to drink milk. He interviews a dairy farmer.

Song #13: Calling All Cows

Song #14: Tick Tock (All Night Long)

Song #15: Can You Dig It?

Murray is with some kids and some bread.

Song #16: Knead Some Dough

Dorothy talks with Michael, who is a dentist.

Song #17: Open Wide Look Inside At The Dentist

Release Dates

  • Australia: March 10, 2004 (VHS/DVD)

Trivia

  • This is the first time since It's a Wiggly Wiggly World! that The Wagettes appear.
  • The Wiggles' custom Cowboy costumes, later used for Cold Spaghetti Western, are seen for the first time.
  • The Australian and US versions of the DVD contain a behind the scenes featurette of Cold Spaghetti Western.
  • Anthony's cousin Greg Truman is seen in "Central Park New York". His mum Marie is also seen in "Picking Flowers".
  • The songs on the back of the US cover are listed in a seemingly random order.
  • All the songs from this video were later seen in The Wiggles Show! (TV Series).
  • This video is dedicated to the memory of Greg's mother-in-law, Jane Hill, and Slim Dusty. Before the dedication cards and after the end credits, the video shows a post credits scene where best boy electrician Matt Russell writes something on his clapper and holds it up the clapper says "That's a Wrap".
  • This video was released in full screen, but widescreen versions of the songs can be found on TV Series 4.
  • The studio scenes we're shot in widescreen but the other footage we're shot in fullscreen.
  • The promo picture on the US cover is photoshopped. Greg, Murray, and Anthony's heads are pasted on from pictures taken earlier before the video, and Jeff and his accordion are also pasted on, possibly without his head being photoshopped.
  • The 1992-2009 ABC For Kids Logo is used after the rating instead of the ABC DVD Logo. The same happened with Whoo Hoo! Wiggly Gremlins!.
  • The screener VHS has no previews at the end whatsoever.
  • During the "Fly Through The Sky" performance, Greg and Murray use Nintendo GameCube controllers.
  • Despite Greg saying that all the shops are closed during the "Calling All Cows" prologue scene, it is still daytime.
  • Some footage that's seen during the end credits was aspect ratio to 4:3.
  • Transitions in some songs, as it transitions to the next scene you can see it's original widescreen footage.

References

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