Preorder your copy of The Lorax for a chance to win

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Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax is available August 7 on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD. If you preorder now you’ll be entered for a chance to win the Universal 100th Anniversary Sweepstakes!

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Lorax is a forest guardian who goes to great lengths to protect the trees and the animals.

The pastoral landscape of Truffula Valley is filled with a variety of animals from soaring Swomee-Swans to harmonic Humming-Fish. Cutest of all are bear-like creatures known as Bar-ba-loots, who tumble among the Truffula Trees.

The Lorax’s job as guardian of the forest is put to the test when the ambitious young Once-ler chops down a Truffula Tree and threatens to chop down more to further his lofty business plan. Incensed by this uncaring act against nature, the Lorax angrily criticizes the Oncelers actions. From their first interaction, the Lorax and the Once-ler are at odds. Each is determined to get rid of the other, but over time they develop a mutual fondness for each other. Ultimately, the Lorax is no match for the greed and ambition that begins to consume the Once-ler, who stops at nothing to build his enterprises even if it means chopping down every last tree and destroying the valley.

Years later, in a world devoid of trees, Ted ventures beyond the borders of his perfectly industrialized town of Thneedville on a journey to find the Once-ler and learn how he can bring home a tree for the girl of his dreams, Audrey. Although hesitant at first, the Once-ler sees something in Ted that inspires him to tell the story of his encounter with the Lorax, which in turn inspires Ted’s mission to restore balance to Thneedville by bringing back Truffula Trees for the whole town.

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