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Goldilocks and the Three Bears 

A spirited young girl disobeys her parents and runs off to the wood for the afternoon. She visits a seemingly empty house, eats from three bowls of porridge, sits in three chairs, wrecking ... See full summary »

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A spirited young girl disobeys her parents and runs off to the wood for the afternoon. She visits a seemingly empty house, eats from three bowls of porridge, sits in three chairs, wrecking one, then falls asleep in the littlest bed. When caught, she learns an important lesson about respecting other entities' rights to privacy and another lesson about being truthful. Written by Charles Dill

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9 January 1984 (USA)  »

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Goldilocks's mother (played by Carole King ) is shown working on a needle point that reads,"My Life is a Tapestry." Tapestry is King's most famous album. See more »

Quotes

Ranger: Actually, this is not a social visit.
Papa Bear: If it's about those stolen picnic baskets, we have nothing to do with that.
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References The Yogi Bear Show (1961) See more »

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Goldilocks & The 3 Bears
9 July 2002 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS from FAERIE TALE THEATRE was a definite low-budget film. The acting was okay, but O'Neal's version of Goldilocks was definitly not half of what I expected. I expected a teenager who was very mischeivious. Tatum O'Neal did deliver some of that, but otherwise, she was pretty dosey! The three bears were good in their roles, as was the Forest Ranger. The thing I found interesting about this episode of the series is that the production design was based on the illustrations of All-American artist Norman Rockwell. He happens to be the inspiration for all of my many artistic talents. My overall rating for this episode is this: 5-" This means that the film succeeded in bring some entertaining moments, as well as its down moments. It means some acting, some of the writing or camera work wasn't as expected. However, the movie did bring a smile to my face, or a scare, whatever suits the movie best. -- Clob


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