"Tales For All" is a series of Canadian family films that began in 1984 with The Dog Who Stopped The War and included titles like Tommy Tricker and The Great Land of Small. There have been 22 movies in total and to an Aussie audience they are best compared to Paul Jennings' stories and his Round The Twist tv series. Tonight I relived a childhood favourite with The Peanut Butter Solution. What memories... its about kid who sees two ghosts and has the wits scared out of him to the point that he loses all of his hair. The ghosts feel guilty and offer him a special recipe to induce hair growth. The kid mixes too much peanut butter into the blend and ends up with a head of never-ending hair. Its never stops growing. Add to the lunacy of it all his evil art teacher kidnaps him and starts mass-producing paint brushes from the hair. Its stupid but great. Most kids will get a kick out of it, particularly the best friend who puts the peanut butter solution on his nuts. lol Regarding the poster art above... its how I remember the Aussie VHS cover but it barely relates to the movie at all. wtf? rofl.