Children


Once Upon a Sign: The Boy Who Cried Wolf in American Sign Language


MPAA Rating:
Not Rated
Genre:
Children
Runtime:
24 mins
Stars:
Clark Barrett, Chris Corrigan, Michael Davis, Rita Corey, Amelia Hensley, Jon Savage
Director:
Troy Kotsur
Producer:
Joe Dannis

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Synopsis

An off-the-grid village in the Southwest is preparing to celebrate their juice harvest. Their friend Wolf helps by bringing the juice to the city to sell, and upon his return, the annual celebration kicks off. Small One is responsible for alerting the village of Wolf's return but will he remember the complicated directions?


Movie Message

The "Once Upon a Sign" series is wonderful for the deaf and hearing alike. These stories are told in American sign language and include traditional storytelling plus the option of subtitles.

Here is a modern day version of "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" told narration with American sign language. It encourages and teaches this charming story as it teaches sign language and brings to life the fairytale for the whole family to be entertained. The wonderful actors and colorful animation make learning American sign language fun for everyone, and the episode even teaches a little lesson in working together. At the end of the episode, a lesson in fun signs will encourage everyone with a few important words. We award "Once Upon a Sign: The Boy Who Cried Wolf" the Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for all ages.

For All Ages

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