Mother Goose, leads the gaggle in a musical gander at the pedagogical values of old nursery rhymes. When a school administrator tries to ban Mother Goose books from classrooms because he feels the characters set poor examples. Mother Goose herself appears and turns him into a child. She then takes him through her stories to meet the characters, proving they are not so bad. The musical score is by the composers of the Broadway play, 1776. This was nominated for an Emmy Award.
Andrew Duggan narrates "Untamed World," a documentary on the primitive peoples who still exist in far-off corners of the globe. Among them: the Eskimos in Northern Canada, the Pygmies in the Congo, natives of Melanesia and New Guinea, and the Indians of the Xingú River in Brazil.