Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dora and the Lost City of Gold – AD sent for review and giveaway

Did you know that Dora and the Lost City of Gold is released through Paramount Home Entertainment on Blu-ray and DVD today? It is also available to download and keep too.

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

If like us, you’ve watched the Dora the Explorer TV series then you will be familiar with Dora, who is a rather intrepid adventurer.

Dora has grown up in the jungle, exploring the Peruvian jungle with her parents and now she’s about to embark on her own adventurer as she is about to start High School.  Whilst her parents remain in Peru, searching for the Inca city of Parapata, Dora is sent to Los Angeles to join her cousin Diego at his High School.  Dora makes new friends but her cousin Diego thinks Dora is somewhat less than cool to be around.

Dora and the Lost City of Gold is a really family-friendly action-adventure film where Dora and her friends end up being captured by mercenaries whilst on a field trip.  They are taken back to Peru and it soon becomes clear that Dora’s parents are missing and that the mercenaries want her to lead them to the riches held within Parapata.

Can Dora and her friends escape and find her parents? There are all sorts of fun adventures in Dora and the Lost City of Gold as the friends face numerous obstacles as well as twists and turns in the plot.  I don’t want to divulge any more of the story, but it’s kept us well entertained.

The Dora and the Lost City of Gold DVD includes the film in standard definition, whilst the digital down and Blu-ray combo includes various Bloopers, deleted and extended scenes and you can learn all about Dora herself.

The deleted scenes include:

  • A deleted scene of Dora’s parents – including Eva Longoria who plays her mum – sending her into the city to see more of the world. Dora is reluctant to go – she doesn’t want to leave the jungle! There’s also a hilarious moment where her Dad tries to explain to her what rave music is and proceeds to act out an entire song

FEATURETTE CLIP

  • Dora, Can You Say Pelicula? –  a great behind the scenes featurette clip based around the actor Eugenio Derbez who plays Alejandro. The rest of the cast discuss exactly what talent he brings to the film, and he talks about doing all his own stunts! Eugenio also talks about how much fun they all had together on set
  • Dora’s Jungle House – a featurette clip based on Dora’s adorable jungle home and the inspiration behind creating it. Actress Isabela Moner who plays Dora talks the audience through the set and explain why it is the perfect home for the film – from the fact that it is based off the Amazon river to all the different artefacts and books, it’s stocked full of. Perfect for an explorer-like Dora!

Feel free to download these Dora and the Lost City of Gold Activity sheets to keep the children entertained.

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

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I’m pleased to be able to offer two readers the chance to win a copy of the Dora and the Lost City of Gold DVD for themselves.  Please complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win.  Good luck!

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103 thoughts on “Dora and the Lost City of Gold – AD sent for review and giveaway

  1. I would search for hidden treasures in the West Indies because even if I didn’t didn’t find any, I would have a lovely visit!

  2. I would search for hidden treasures in the West Indies because even if I didn’t find any, I would have a lovely visit.

  3. I would like to search for hidden treasure in the Scottish Isles. I have never been but I would love to go and I expect there is treasure to be found.

  4. I would love to search for hidden treasure in Australia, it could be combined with a holiday of a lifetime!

  5. Hello, I would like to search the Canadian wilderness for treasure as I bet there are a lot of treasures and mysteries there.

  6. I feel like that’s what I’m doing every time I enter my daughter’s bedroom!!!
    I’d live to search for lost treasure out at sea! Would be great to feel like a real life pirate!!!

  7. I search for treasure every time I empty the washing machine and see what’s come out of the kids pockets…

    But actually my dream would be to search for wildlife in The Galapagos

  8. I’d search for treasure in Egypt as it seems so intriguing and I’m sure there’d be lots of interesting treasure to be found!

  9. I would love to searching round seawrecks and exploring them. I’ve read that most of the treasure is in the sea so hopefully it’d be successful and imagine all the critters you would come across!

  10. I’d love to search the islands of Hawaii for hidden treasure as they are so beautiful, it wouldn’t matter whether or not I found any treasure, the islands themselves would be if for me

  11. I would like to search for treasure in Japan because I visited there briefly on business and I would love my wife to experience it.

  12. On the beach in Hawaii. Sand would be easy to dig / explore in regards to firmer ground /land. Meanwhile could enjoy some beautiful weather, spend some relaxing time on a sun lounger, and hopefully be treated to delicious and nutritious refreshments.

    1. I’d love to search for treasure in Ireland because of the beautiful chalices and brooches found there. My great grandfather discovered parts of ancient weapons when he owned land there many years ago.

  13. My husband is a big fan of all of the ‘hunters’ programs on one of the smaller tv channels. Things like ‘Gold hunters’ and ‘opal hunters’. They are all set in Australia.
    So if I had the chance, I’d grab a metal detector and head out to Oz to search for treasure.
    Obviously not at the moment though! You have to feel a huge sadness for the people who are in such terror with the bush fires.

  14. I would search for buried treasure in my garden because it is very big and I know there are hidden objects somewhere in there!

  15. I’d love to go on a treasure hunt in Paris, because it’s my favourite place in the world. The treasure I’d hunt would be jewellery, knick knacks and pastries!

  16. Somewhere a bit scary yet glamorous like the Catacombs of Paris. The setting would be adventurous enough and you never know what kind of hidden treasures I could find!

  17. I’d like to go back to Egypt – th valley of the kings, queens and artisans must still have treasure to be found

  18. I would like to search for buried treasure in Dubai as I am sure there is lots of undiscovered stuff under the desert landscape. I think there are riches to be had!

  19. I’d hunt for treasure on a desert island, who knows what pirate hoards I’d find plus I could have a holiday as well

  20. l would love to search the oldest boat wrecks and on the oceans floor would love to find old history and of course treasure!

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