Mar 052016

Transformers Rescue Bots Adventures in Time and Space

Transformers Rescue Bots Adventures in Time and Space is now out on DVD, and it is yet another great family-friendly release from Shout! Factory and Hasbro Studios. The Transformers Rescue Bots dvd includes five episodes which means more than 110 minutes of run time.

Chase, Heatwave, Blades and Boulder, Griffin Rock’s Autobot first responders, will stop at nothing to protect their Earth friends, even if it means traveling through all of time and space!

Frankie’s scientist dad fixes an old time machine, and together with his robot assistant, Frankie, Cody and the Transformers Rescue Bots travel back to 1939, where they encounter Dr. Thaddeus Morocco.

In another episode rescue bots need to help a city from a great flood, and as always the Rescue Bots see plenty of action.

Executive produced by Jeff Kline (TRANSFORMERS PRIME), TRANSFORMERS RESCUE BOTS features the vocal talents of LeVar Burton (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Lacey Chabert (Party of Five), Steve Blum (TRANSFORMERS PRIME), Maurice LaMarche (Emmy® Award winner for Futurama) and the legendary Peter Cullen who voices OPTIMUS PRIME when he makes cameo appearances in the series.


Transformers Rescue Bots Adventures in Time and Space features the following episodes:

1 Transformers Rescue Bots: It’s A Bot Time
2 Transformers Rescue Bots: Unfinished Business
3 Transformers Rescue Bots: Switcheroo
4 Transformers Rescue Bots: Time After Time
5 Transformers Rescue Bots: The Last Of Morocco



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Buy It

You can buy the Transformers Rescue Bots: Adventures In Time And Space
dvd for $9.39 at and at the Shout! Factory website.

Win It

One of Frugality Is Free’s readers will win their own copy of Transformers Rescue Bots: Adventures in Time and Space.



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This giveaway will end Monday April 11th at midnight EST.

Disclaimer: The Frugality Is Free family received a complimentary  sample for the purpose of writing a review, no monetary compensation was received. Any opinions expressed above are based solely on our family’s experience with the Transformers DVD, and additional information was provided by Shout! Factory.

  14 Responses to “Transformers Rescue Bots: Adventures in Time and Space DVD Giveaway”

  1. Sid the Science Kid. This is great.

  2. I would like to see The Seventh Dwarf!

  3. Any of the rescue bots. My husband is obsessed with transformers, and my little guy loves them too.

  4. I think the Seven Dwarfs would be cute and my daughter would love it and so would my nephews

  5. I would like Jem dvd.

  6. I would like to watch the Beetlejuice animated show. I remember watching this show when I was younger and would enjoy watching this show with my kids.

  7. The Extraordinary Adventures Of Adele Blanc-Sec looks like a fun adventure movie for the whole family.

  8. The Bear Movie

  9. My granddaughter likes almost every animated movie. So, I would like to get the Seventh Dwarf for me and my grandbaby to watch.

  10. I would pick the mystery science theater 3000 DVD to watch with my family. My family loves watching this show, it is hilarious.

  11. i want to get sisters season five it sounds good to me.

  12. I’d love to get the Beetlejuice show! I didn’t know that existed and the movie is my favorite.

  13. I would like to watch My Little Pony Tales: The Complete TV Series with my family. My daughters are huge fans and would love it!

  14. My Little Pony Tales would be wonderful to watch with my neighbor’s gran-daughter. She loves My Little Pony…. 🙂

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