The soundtrack to The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland features six songs from the movie, including Vanessa Williams' "I See a Kingdom" and Tatyana Ali's "Precious Wings," as well as "Welcome to Grouchland" and "Take the First Step," performed by Elmo and the Grouchland Ensemble. Four classic Sesame Street songs are also included on the soundtrack, making it a blend of past and present Sesame Street fun.
"The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland" is rated G but does contain some mildly vulgar gags and some flatulence humor, as well as some slapstick-style violence.
The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland DVD
fans will love THE ADVENTURES OF ELMO IN GROUCHLAND, which has all of the wonderful trademarks. There are subtle puns for parents, delightful silliness for kids, and gentle lessons about cooperation, loyalty, sharing, and believing in yourself for everyone, all told with their characteristic warmth, good humor, and kindness. Even Oscar the Grouch () admits that Elmo is his friend. And during the few moments of mild tension, Ernie and Bert appear to reassure kids that everything is all right.
Meanwhile, Oscar tells the gang that Elmo went into Grouchland, and they all go in search of Elmo. Once in Grouchland, however, they get arrested and thrown in since it's against the law to ask a policeman for help in Grouchland.