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Everybody Clap! Everybody Sing!
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Released

2011

Running Time

58:02

"Everybody Clap! Everybody Sing!" is a documentary video about The Wiggles' first 20 years, 1991-2011. The video is based on recollection, rather than facts, so not everything they talk about in the video is necessarily true.

It is included on the The Wiggles' Big Birthday! DVD Bonus Feature.

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Trivia

  • Footage of Meryl Gross from a "Hot Potatoes! The Best of The Wiggles " bonus clip: The Woman Who Signed The Wiggles! is reused in this documentary.
  • Jeff mentions that an octopus with 8 tentacles could play the drums just like the Cockroaches member Tony Henry. Henry the Octopus played the drums in "Say Aah at the Doctors" from "Top of the Tots".
  • The song "Sanctissima" plays where John Field talks about the death of his brother Paul's baby daughter, Bernadette.
  • Barney from Barney & friends was seen with The Wiggles when Debbie Ries was talking about when they toured together from 2000-2001.
  • This is the last documentary to date. However, in 2015, Anthony, Murray, and Jeff found some rare footage from a deleted TV Series: the original 2006 version of TV Series 6 with Greg Wiggle and planned to use it for an upcoming online documentary but when 2016 arrived, it was cancelled.
  • Footage from Greg Wiggle's Leaving Announcement was used for Greg's speaking on the documentary when talking on why he had to leave The Wiggles and giving the yellow skivvy to Sam Moran.
  • The Cockroaches songs My Whole World's Fallin' Down, She's The One, and Another Saturday Night are played on this documentary.
  • It is revealed that the answer to Jeff's question of how long will it take to record The Wiggles' first album is a mystery but later Jeff confirmed it took "20 something years" a few years after he retired.
  • Instrumental tracks of The Taiwanese Wiggles songs such as Toot Toot, Chugga Chugga, Big Red Car are played.
  • This documentary aired on Sprout.

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