Tuesday, June 30, 2020
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Jungle Beat: The Movie has hit the online premiere platforms! Every pass also receives a 34-page Playbook, which is bursting with fun activities, crafts, recipes and a whole load of ways to keep the kids entertained!

When the animals rise one morning in Jungle Beat: The Movie, they’re surprised to find that they can suddenly talk. They quickly learn the power comes from an alien named Fneep, a rubbery little blue creature who is too shy and embarrassed to admit that he’s been sent by the people of Scaldra to conquer Earth. A monkey called Munki, an elephant named Trunk, a rhino named Rocky, and a hedgehog called Humph are so warm and friendly that, just to be helpful, they immediately agree to be conquered. We learn that Fneep is an unusually peaceful Scaldronian, making him a bit of a failure in his own world, so he’s grateful that he can finally report that he’s made a conquest. All he wants to do is go home now, even though he has no friends. When his father, the large and blustery Grogan, arrives to take him home, he decides to conquer earth himself, which requires taking the animals as prisoners back to Scaldra. Fneep moves to defend his new friends and uses hugs to convert his father to more peaceful ways.

We have your chance to win passes to watch Jungle Beat: The Movie online!

To win, all you have to do is jump over to our Facebook page, tag a friend that would also love to see this movie on the competition post and then answer this trivia question:

In the movie trailer, Fneep asks which character “why are you always so grumpy?”

Everyone who tags a friend and answers correctly on the competition post will go in the draw to win. The competition runs from 12pm 30/06/20 to 11.59 pm 02/07/20.

If you’d like to up your chances, tune into The Brekky Show and The Classic Drive Show all this week, each show is giving away a pass every day!

Note: Winners will be able view the film online, via the Movies Change People ONLINE PREMIERES platform. The access functions just like a rental on iTunes, where once they have started watching the film, they will have 48 hours to finish watching it.

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