Join Missy Mila For Some Funny Twisted Tales

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Missy Mila: Twisted Tales Vol. 2

Papa Bear was on duty with Em, while Mama spent some time with Preemie, the evening she wanted to watch Missy Mila. Em has several older friends and she loves listening to them and watching them goof off. Mila reminded her of a close friend Mia and she repeatedly called her that! Mila is a quirky tomboy who loves telling stories, her way. Kinda reminds me of my own kids.

Missy Mila Volume 2 includes the following episodes:
Toadette the Frog, Prince Gabo, Miss Lazy, Bigmess the Ogress, The Mermaid’s Secret, The Ghost Who Couldn’t Scare, Quentin and his Dragon, Tounde the Ginormous Elephant, Rodolphe and Carlo, Chantal and Noemie, Greedy Liza, Tinytiny, The Two Tinanooks.


Mila, a spirited and peppy young girl, likes to have fun. Mila appears to introduce each episode, returns throughout while engaging the viewer with questions and makes her last appearance as she concludes each episode. Children love to tell stories, no matter how far out they seems which is why kids of all ages will relate. A pig that wants to live the life of luxury and avoid all work on a farm? Yup! A frog who wants to grow big like an ox and win the coveted Queen of the Forest title. Only a kid could come up with a story like that.
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Each episode portrays a lesson or moral to the story. It allows the child to explore their creative side and bring out the best of their imaginations. I noticed some familiar titles in volume 1 (not pictured here), but none in volume 2. Do you recognize any of these twisted tales for the originals they should be? While Em did laugh at some of the silly scenes, I am not sure she fully grasped everything that was going on. I would recommend this DVD for children that are at least 4 or 5 years old.


I do love that you can either play the entire disk at one time continuously or just pick a title you want to watch. This works perfectly for those times when TV time is almost up and your little wants to watch just one more show. For Em this works perfectly since she thinks the entire movie is over once the episode finishes. It makes tuning out and getting ready for bed much easier.
Join Mila, laugh at the zany dialogs and fresh art in this innovative series which explores the world of classic tales.
Traditional tales are timeless stories that everyone loves to delve back into, generation after generation. Far from old-fashioned clichés, the series “Missy Mila: Twisted Tales” revamps this cultural heritage through the imagination and spontaneity of a present-day little girl.

Running Time: 101 minutes per volume
Country of Origin: France
Format: DVD Video, NTSC
Bonus Features: No
Aspect Ratio 1.33:1 (4:3)
Color or B&W: Color
Language: English
Audio Tracks: No
Region: No
Number of Discs: 1 disc on each volume

If you would like to purchase a copy you can do so here.

Be sure to follow Missy Mila on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.

I am always on the lookout for fun and imaginative DVDs for Em. Does your little one have a favorite you would like to share? Let us know below!

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Mama E

Multitasking mama to 3 living in Miami. Blogging about parenting, lifestyle, cooking and traveling. Covering everything from diapers to dorm rooms. Ask me anything, I've done it all.

Comments (3)

  • Yes, I believe they would relate to Mila. And because of this I think they will really enjoy it!

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  • This sounds like a really DVD for the appropriate age group child. Looks like it would be pretty funny.

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  • My daughter is a little too young to be able to relate to her, but I bet she will when she gets a little older! She talks a lot so I am sure she will tell stories 🙂

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