"Wiggly Play Time" is a compilation video of The Wiggles' 2nd TV Series released in 2001. It is the American version of Wiggly TV and it has three episodes (History, Family, and Play; like the DVD version of Wiggly TV but in a different order), with some episodes being grouped together as one long episode.
Series 2 Episodes
Series 3 Episodes
- In the Wiggles World
- Get Ready To Wiggle (Young Wiggles)
- Go Captain Feathersword, Ahoy!
- Uncle Noah's Ark
- Havenu Shalom Alechem
- Dorothy the Dinosaur (Tell me Who is That Knocking?)
- John Bradlelum
- Get Ready To Wiggle
- Move Your Arms Like Henry
- We're Dancing with Wags the Dog
- Having Fun at the Beach
- Captain Feathersword Fell Asleep on His Pirate Ship (Quack Quack)
- The Monkey Dance
- Starry Night
DVD Menu Gallery
This is the DVD menu of "Wiggly Play Time".
- Get Ready To Wiggle (Main menu)
- John Bradlelum (Song jukebox menus)
- In the Wiggles World (Special Features menu)
- Dorothy the Dinosaur (Tell me Who is That Knocking) (Subtitles and Trailers menu)
Canadian VersionThe Canadian copy of Wiggly Play Time has a different menu from the US counterpart. It has no special features outside of the trailers. The song used for both the main and trailer menus are Get Ready To Wiggle. Similar to Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas, all the trailers are listed together, rather than separated by any Hit Entertainment show, and they are the same exact trailers as Whoo Hoo! Wiggly Gremlins!.
- This was Lyrick Studios' second-to-last VHS ever released, with their final release being Barney: Let's Go To the Zoo before they were closed by Hit Entertainment and took over from then on, despite copies of Bob the Builder: Pets in a Pickle having the Lyrick Studios on the label.
- The Song selection menu skips In The Wiggles' World, despite that song being used as background music for the special features menu. It also skips Starry Night, though it doesn't play on any menu. Both of these songs are also skipped on the back cover.
- The last second of "Family" is cut off.
- The Canadian VHS was released by HiT Entertainment in 2004, and it's previews were seen at the end of the tape.
- The screener VHS has no previews at the beginning whatsoever.