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The Magic School Bus features the exploits of Ms. Frizzle and her class, who board a magic school bus which takes them on field trips into space, under the Earth, into the human body, or to other such impossible locations. The books were written in the first person from the point of view of an unnamed student in "the Friz's" class.
Since the Magic School Bus books present scientific facts in the form of stories in which fantastic things happen (for example, a bus turns into a spaceship, or children shrink to the size of blood cells), each book has a page at the end detailing in a humorous manner which parts of the book represented scientific fact and which were fanciful storytelling. In the TV show, this was replaced by the Producer Says segment at the end of each episode, in which the producer of the show (voiced by Malcolm-Jamal Warner of The Cosby Show fame) receives phone calls from kids complaining about how some things that happened on the show couldn't happen in real life.
In 1994, the Magic School Bus concept was made into an animated television series of the same name by Ellipse (France), Nelvana (Canada), and Scholastic Studios. Each episode ran about 30 minutes. In the United States, the show originally aired on PBS, through South Carolina's SCETV network; it was the first fully animated series to air on PBS. The last episode was released in 1997, when the series was dropped to make room for more shows aimed at pre-schoolers.
The show's theme song called "Ride on the Magic School Bus" was written by Peter Lurye and performed by rock 'n' roll legend Little Richard.
The television series was released on VHS by KidVision between 1994 to 1997 and by PBS Home Video between 1997 and 2001, and is currently being released on DVD by Warner Bros..
These episodes are not currently available on the DVD releases. I downloaded them from Bitmetv, and many thanks to the capper from there. They are TV Rips.