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Alvin vs. Brittany DVD Cover (80s Variant)
Alvin vs. Brittany is an episode-compilation of seven stories. It is the third "Veggie Anthology" episode, and was released to DVD and VHS February 14, 2004.


Boys vs. Girls, Alvin vs. Brittany: May the best munk win!

Whether Alvin's protecting his "Bro Zone" from The Chipettes, stealing Brittany's babysitting gig or competing against Brittany in a Royal Contest, these episode are filled with comedy, music and of course Muck-sized competition. See who comes out on top!


  • Larry the Cucumber as Alvin Seville
  • Pa Grape as Simon Seville
  • Mr. Lunt as Theodore Seville
  • Bob the Tomato as David Seville
  • Petunia Rhubarb as Brittany Miller
  • Ma Grape as Jeanette Miller
  • Ellen as Eleanor Miller
  • Miss Achmetha as Principal
  • Madame Blueberry as Mrs. Smith


  • Sister Act
  • Albrittina
  • My Sister the Weirdo
  • Mr. Manners
  • Reality or Not
  • Turf War
  • Don Juan Theodoro


  • VeggieTales Theme Song
  • Can't Live with Them
  • All for You
  • Still Standing
  • Jeanette's Rap
  • Ring-a-Ding
  • Mr. Manners
  • Try, Try Again
  • Life Ain't Easy
  • With My Eyes Closed
  • You Gotta Be Cool


  • Like Alvin's Wild Adventures, there is an inconsistent image in the previews section. In it, the cover for "Dave and the Giant Pickle" is swapped with the cover for "Moe and the Big Exit", meaning that either Big Idea was going to do the Moe episode after "Rack, Shack and Benny", or the fact that Dave was a never released episode. Otherwise, people wouldn't know who Larry-Boy, Larry's superhero alter-ego, is if this actually happened.
    • This would set some viewers off as "Moe" wasn't revealed until March 2007.
  • This was made by the same number of people who made "The Star of Christmas", "The Wonderful World of Auto-Tainment!", "The Ballad of Little Joe" and "An Easter Carol".
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