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Homer Zuckerman (Character)
from Charlotte's Web (2006)

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Mr. Zuckerman


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  1. Charlotte's Web (2006) Played by Gary Basaraba
  2. Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure (2003) (V) Played by Jerry Houser (as Mr. Zuckerman)

  3. Charlotte's Web (1973) Played by Bob Holt
    ... aka "E.B. White's Charlotte's Web" - USA (promotional title)

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From Charlotte's Web (1973)
Henry Fussy: Look at Wilbur. He's got tears in his eyes.
Avery Arable: Probably having such a good time he hates to go home.
Lurvy: He's not sick, is he?
Homer Zuckerman: Probably just homesick. I guess we all are.
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