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- For the Sonic the Comic story "Tall Tails", see Sonic the Comic Issue 118.
Tall Tails is a themed DVD of Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog episodes, all of which revolve around Tails. This DVD consists of four episodes which originally aired on television in 1993. The DVD is approximately 88 minutes long and is produced by Dic Entertainment and NCircle Entertainment.
- "Trail of the Missing Tails"
- "Too Tall Tails"
"Tails gets a mega-dose of Robotnik's growth gas and grows quickly to monstrous proportions, eating everything in sight and accidentally terrorizing the countryside. Sonic must find the antidote and get it to Tails before Robotnik can persuade the angry villagers to destroy Tails."
- "Tails' New Home"
"When Sonic decides to find Tails a suitable foster home, Robotnik finds out and creates a robot fox family which poses as Tails' long lost parents. Sonic leaves Tails with the fox family, but realizes they're robots and rescues Tails."
- Tails in Charge
"Sonic leaves Tails in charge of protecting a squirrel village food supply when he zips off to stop a dam from breaking. Robotnik sends Scratch and Grounder after Tails, who defends himself the best he can with wacky booby traps for Scratch and Grounder. When Tails is finally caught, Sonic speeds back to save him."
- This disc also contains many sneak peaks of other DiC cartoons. Amongst the many sneak peaks is the intros to Sonic Underground and Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3.
- On the DVD cover and main menu, the red-and-white colors of Tails' shoes are reversed.
- The short description about the episode, Tails in Charge on the back of the cover is very inaccurate. Tails in Charge is about when Sonic gets stone frozen from Dr. Robotnik's machine, it's up to Tails to take care of him, while avoiding Scratch and Grounder. This is another of NCircle's many description errors.