Imagination Movers

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  • 2008
  • 3 Seasons
  • 7.1  (881)

Imagination Movers was a television series that aired on Disney from 2008-2013. The show was created by four friends from New Orleans who, inspired by the likes of the Beatles and the Monkees, formed a band for kids called the Imagination Movers. The band members, Scott Durbin, Rich Collins, Dave Poche, and Scott “Smitty” Smith, also starred in the show, playing exaggerated versions of themselves.

The Imagination Movers were known for their high-energy music and inventive problem-solving skills. The show was aimed at preschoolers and was structured like a variety show, with segments that included comedy sketches, music videos, and live-action scenes featuring the band.

One of the standout elements of the series was its use of interactive storytelling. The Imagination Movers would encourage kids to use their imaginations and join them in solving various challenges, whether it was helping them find a lost toy or working together to build a tower out of cardboard boxes. Throughout each episode, the Movers would also lead the viewers in group exercises that aimed to improve problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity.

The show was a hit with young audiences and was praised by parents and educators for its educational value. The Imagination Movers were praised for being positive role models who emphasized the importance of teamwork, creative thinking, and perseverance. The band members would also occasionally invite guest stars to join them, including fellow musicians and famous actors.

Kath Soucie, who voiced various characters in the show, was an important part of the cast. Soucie is a veteran voice actress who has lent her voice to a wide range of animated shows, including Rugrats, Dexter’s Laboratory, and The Powerpuff Girls. In Imagination Movers, she played a variety of characters, including Nina, a friendly neighbor who often helped the Movers with their projects.

The show’s music was also a major part of its appeal. The Imagination Movers’ catchy songs were performed in a variety of musical styles, from rock to funk to reggae. Some of the band’s most popular songs included “Jump Up,” “Brainstorming,” and “Shakable You.” The show also introduced kids to basic music concepts, such as tempo, rhythm, and melody.

Imagination Movers ran for three seasons, from 2008-2013. The show aired on Disney Junior and was later made available on streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime. The show was beloved by its audience, and even inspired a live tour featuring the band members performing their most popular songs in front of a live audience.

In conclusion, Imagination Movers was an innovative and entertaining children’s show that emphasized creativity, problem-solving, and teamwork. The show’s interactive storytelling and catchy songs made it a hit with young audiences, while its positive message and educational content made it a favorite among parents and educators. With its talented cast and imaginative storytelling, Imagination Movers continues to be a beloved classic of children’s television.

Imagination Movers is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (75 episodes). The series first aired on September 6, 2008.

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Save the Warehouse
24. Save the Warehouse
The Movers try to save the Warehouse from being demolished.
Aloha Nina
23. Aloha Nina
April 7, 2013
When the Movers are mistakenly led to believe that Nina is moving back to Hawaii, they quickly decide to throw her a party to show how much they care and try to convince her to stay.
Shall We Dance
22. Shall We Dance
The Movers must help a famous ballet duo prepare for their performance at the Town Theater
21. Switcheroo
February 19, 2013
Dave's machine goes awry, causing Rich and Mouse to switch bodies
20. Uffle-Fluffs
February 18, 2013
The Movers are overrun by fuzzy creatures.
How the West Was Fun
19. How the West Was Fun
February 12, 2013
The Movers help a cowboy cross a canyon.
Scott and the Beanstalk
18. Scott and the Beanstalk
May 21, 2012
The Movers need to find a way to rescue Scott's teddy bear from a Giant at the top of a beanstalk.
Have You Ever Seen a Unicorn?
17. Have You Ever Seen a Unicorn?
May 7, 2012
The Movers need to help Princess Dalia catch a unicorn.
Say Cheese
16. Say Cheese
April 6, 2012
The Movers try to discover why a prized goat stopped giving milk that is needed by Nina to make her famous grilled cheese sandwiches.
Nina's Day Off
15. Nina's Day Off
April 5, 2012
The Movers run the Idea Caf? so Nina can take a day off.
Award to the Wise
14. Award to the Wise
April 4, 2012
Dave wins a science award for one of his inventions.
Walkaway Walkie
13. Walkaway Walkie
April 3, 2012
Dave loses his walkie talkie so he follows sound cues to locate it.
Snorey Morrie
12. Snorey Morrie
April 2, 2012
Dave's uncle's snoring keeps the Movers from getting things done
A Little Elf Esteem
11. A Little Elf Esteem
December 23, 2011
Carol is an Elf-in-training who wants to deliver presents with Santa.
Haunted Halloween
10. Haunted Halloween
October 28, 2011
Warehouse Mouse is convinced he's seen a ghost.
9. Castaways
July 1, 2011
Celebrating Hawaiian day the movers get stuck.
Father's Day
8. Father's Day
June 17, 2011
A visit from the Movers' Dads
The Prince Frog
7. The Prince Frog
May 6, 2011
Jeremiah is under a witches spell.
One Cool Mover
6. One Cool Mover
April 15, 2011
A biker named Clutch pays a visit
Slam Dunk Solution
5. Slam Dunk Solution
March 25, 2011
The Movers buy a Basketball hoop.
Wishful Thinking
4. Wishful Thinking
March 11, 2011
A Genie pays the Movers a visit.
Imagination Movers In Concert
3. Imagination Movers In Concert
March 6, 2011
Dance to the beat of the Imagination Movers.
The Idea Cafe
2. The Idea Cafe
February 25, 2011
Bernie is retiring and the Movers want to take over.
Goldilocks and the Four Movers
1. Goldilocks and the Four Movers
February 14, 2011
The Movers help Goldilocks patch things up with the three bears
Where to Watch Imagination Movers
Imagination Movers is available for streaming on the Disney website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Imagination Movers on demand at Disney+, Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV and DisneyNOW.
  • Premiere Date
    September 6, 2008
  • IMDB Rating
    7.1  (881)