Faerie Tale Theatre (1982–1987)
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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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The backdrop and production design were inspired by the art of famous American artist Norman Rockwell. 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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Timeless Classic - Love This Movie!!!
29 August 2002 | by (Ohio, US) – See all my reviews

I don't know why everyone is bashing Faerie Tale Theatre. My sisters and I grew up watching them and I still love them today. True, they are low budget and extreamly over dramatised but that's what makes the series their own. Everything nowadays is so realistic, it's nice to get back to the basics and see a movie that really is pure, funny, and timeless. I just spent close to a small fortune to get all of them from the series that I loved, and that proves that even as I age those episodes will still always be top of my list. Even today, My sisters and I quote them and joke about the funny things they say or do. True, you may not enjoy it because they aren't for everyone - but if you have a sense of humor you'll surely come to love the series as I have. (By the way - I HATE Shelly Duvaul and STILL love the series! LOL)


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