|Sailing Around The World|
July 19, 2005 (US/CAN)
LIVE Hot Potatoes! (2005)
Here Comes The Big Red Car (2006)
Sailing Around The World is the 20th Wiggles video. It was released on September 23, 2005 in Australia, after an earlier release on July 19, 2005 in the USA. This video is a compilation of Sailing Around the World segments that appeared on TV Series 4, with their accompanying songs included.
The video's lack of attention on The Wiggles themselves, focusing instead on Captain Feathersword and his crew, was met with some criticism, and is one of the more negatively reviewed Wiggles videos on sites like Amazon. Of course, most Wiggles fans still appreciate it despite its different feel.
Note: All songs are taken from the album of the same name, except where noted otherwise.
- Sydney Barcarolle
- Here Come The Chicken (Wiggly Animation) (later appeared in Racing to the Rainbow)
- London Town
- Agapame Tin Athena (We Love Athens)
- The Captain's Wavy Walk
- Sailing Around The World (Wiggly Animation)
- Sicily (I Want To Go)
- Mop Mop
- Let's Go (We're Riding In The Big Red Car) (Wiggly Animation) (from It's a Wiggly Wiggly World!)
- Elbow To Elbow
- San Francisco Trolley Car
- Fly Through The Sky (Wiggly Animation) (from Top of the Tots)
- Here We Go Mexico City!
- The Barrel Polka
- Sailing Around the World (Live-Action) - Seen on We're Taking A Trip Across The Sea
- Hula, Hula, Hula Nothing Could Be Cooler! - Seen on Wiggly Friends
- The Pennsylvania Polka
- 2004 (Studio/Sydney Harbor)
- 2001 (San Francisco)
- Postcard from Mexico
- Electronic Storybook - Jeff and the Lumpy Mattress
- Bonus Episodes of Lights, Camera, Action, Wiggles! Episode 25 & Episode 43
- Photo Gallery
- Trailers (US versions only)
Lights, Camera, Action, Wiggles! Bonus Episodes
- United States: June 21, 2005 (Screener Copy DVD), July 19, 2005 (HIT Entertainment VHS/DVD), October 9, 2007 (Warner Home Video DVD)
- Australia: September 23, 2005
- The songs and segments from this video can be seen in TV Series 4 with two exceptions Mop Mop and Captain's Wavy Walk, some of which contain extra epilogues where in Captain states it's time to wave goodbye (usually being splashed by water as he says "wave", unless indoors) as well as different sound effects and added instrumental background music of other Wiggles songs like Gulp Gulp
- Music videos (and related segments) for the songs Sailing Around The World (in live-action) and Hula, Hula, Hula Nothing Could Be Cooler! were filmed for this video but dropped, most likely due to time constraints. The former song was replaced with a Wiggly Animation version, while the latter song was removed entirely despite being referenced in San Francisco Trolley Car's segment (where Captain sings it briefly) and the epilogue (where Murray is seen with a lei around his neck and holding a ukulele). Both songs and their segments appear in TV Series 4 (specifically the episodes We're Taking A Trip Across The Sea and Wiggly Friends), although it is not confirmed that the alternative version that used just all of the live-action songs, plus deleted ones, appeared on the American Screener DVD.
- It was thought to be the last Wiggles VHS released in Australia for many years, until the existence of a rare Here Comes The Big Red Car VHS was discovered. So, this means, this is the second-to-last Wiggles video to be released on VHS in Australia, before the ONE FINAL VHS RELEASE "Here Comes The Big Red Car" was released.
- This is the first video to be released in widescreen on all platforms/physical media, as Cold Spaghetti Western was cropped to 4:3 letterbox format for its US DVD release.
- The first video to be filmed digitally.
- It is the first of only two Wiggles VHS cover where it has the colour G rated logo.
- The Australian VHS back cover has no ABC Video logo.
- This is the second video to be focused on Captain Feathersword, after Captain Feathersword the Friendly Pirate and the first one released on VHS and DVD in Australia and North America, as the other video was only released on VHS in Australia.
- The clips filmed in the different countries were filmed in full screen, while the rest of the video was filmed in widescreen.
- This is the first DVD to be released in America in anamorphic 16:9 widescreen. Cold Spaghetti Western was the first in Australia.
- Anthony's wife, Miki and baby daughter, Lucia appear in Sicily (I Want To Go).
- New Wiggly Animation versions of the songs Let's Go (We're Riding In The Big Red Car) and Fly Through The Sky appear (originally from It's a Wiggly Wiggly World! and Top of the Tots respectively).
- Likewise, Here Come The Chicken made its debut as a Wiggly Animation song on this video, though it was not included on the album or any other until Racing to the Rainbow (as it's video used the song in live-action form).
- This is the last Wiggles US DVD to have the Trailers menu, Although the Trailers selection is still used.
- Some songs used in this video were from TV Series 4.
- In the Fullscreen footage for San Francisco Trolley Car, Captain Feathersword is seen in his 1997-2002 Jacket.
- This is the first Australian DVD where the 11-minute version of the Lights, Camera, Action, Wiggles! TV Series episodes are in their actual widescreen format (16x9).
- This is Caterina Mete's last video as Dorothy the Dinosaur. Although, she appears in later videos as a wiggly dancer.
- The US Screener and Hong Kong DVD release does not contain any menus or special features.
- This video is yet to be uploaded on YouTube as part of Classic Wiggles, although some songs have been uploaded as part of compilation videos, such as Goldfish and Captain's Wavy Walk.
- The VHS inside cover advertises the following videos:
- The American DVD was pressed on May 9, 2005, two months before its release in the region.
- The credits show that Here We Go Mexico City! was written by The Wiggles, John Field, and Dominic Lindsay, although none of them did. Likewise, Sicily (I Want To Go) mistakenly credits Dominic Lindsay, while Sydney Barcarolle removes John Field's name.
- The 2007 DVD from Warner Home Video retains the HIT Entertainment logo at the end. Yummy Yummy is the only other one to share this mistake.
- The original US DVD back cover estimates the running time as 116 Minutes including bonus features. While this is not a mistake, that run time is carried over on the Warner Home Video re-release in the US, as well as all Australian DVDs without noting the inclusion of bonus features in that estimate, thus making it seem like the video itself is 116 minutes.
- The title card is shown twice at the beginning.