Swing Into Action! is the first ever Dora the Explorer VHS tape featuring episodes from its 1st season.
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- Face Introducing Dora the Explorer
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- Face Trying Out Different Flavors
- Berry Hunt
- Face Telling Fruit Jokes
- Nick Jr. Kids Closing Bumper (Little Bear, Blue's Clues and Little Bill Variant)
- Dora the Explorer Credits (Berry Hunt)
- Nick Jr. Productions (1999)
- Nick Jr. Bears Logo
- Nickelodeon Bone Logo
- Paramount Home Video
- The episodes from this VHS can be seen on the DVD version of City of Lost Toys.
- This is the first volume VHS in the Dora The Explorer series.
- This is the very first Dora the Explorer videocassette.
- This VHS has three Nick Jr. Face segments, one involving Face introducing Dora the Explorer, one involving Face trying out different flavors and the other involving Face telling fruit jokes.
- Starting with this release and all subsequent releases until 2004: 2 Nick Jr. "Kids" bumpers with the Just for Me jingle; scenes from Little Bill, Little Bear (also called Maurice Sendak's Little Bear), and Blue's Clues; and live action scenes similar to the opening and closing of Nick Jr. from 1998-2001 were included, the first was the kids getting ready to watch Nick Jr. on TV, with the signature catchphrase "Nick Jr. Is Just For Me!", the second has the last few seconds of the Nick Jr. Face segment, Face Says Goodbye In Different Feelings Faces and the kids saying goodbye and returning home, it will be shown either after episode 2 and before the end credits with the exception of Rhymes and Riddles, or after the end credits and before the Nick Jr. and Nickelodeon logos on Rhymes and Riddles.
- A longer edited version of the opening with added scenes from Kipper, Franklin, and Dora the Explorer (which will later replace Little Bear in the video bumpers in 2003) was used for Nick Jr. on CBS. A shorter version also exists.
- The Face Tells Fruit Jokes segment was previously seen on the 1998 VHS of Blue's Clues: "Arts & Crafts" and the 1998 VHS of Little Bear: "Parties and Picnics".
- This is the first VHS to use a combined credit sequence.
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