Musical comedy with the Canadian children's musical trio.
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Paula Gallivan ...
 Elephant / ... (65 episodes, 1984-1988)
Sharon Hampson ...
 Sharon / ... (65 episodes, 1984-1988)
Lois Lilienstein ...
 Lois / ... (65 episodes, 1984-1988)
Bram Morrison ...
 Bram / ... (65 episodes, 1984-1988)
Eric Nagler ...
 Eric / ... (65 episodes, 1984-1988)
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Musical comedy with the Canadian children's musical trio.

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Comedy | Family | Musical

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Three and an Elephant!
16 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sharon, Lois and Bram could be easily Canada's answer to America's Peter, Paul, and Mary but with an elephant and children's songs. I remember watching this on Nickelodeon as a kid. I remember them singing their songs included the famous elephant song and their on location in lovely Canada. I love Canada thanks to Nickelodeon who in it's early days imported lots of Canadian children shows. Sharon, Lois, and Bram always sang in harmony and they were genuinely fond of each other and children whether in Canada or the world. They treated it's fans which were mostly children with parents as people rather than little kids. I miss those days of my childhood and I wished that the children today can appreciate and enjoy Sharon, Lois, and Bram and the Elephant Show hopefully on DVD today.


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