Educational, musical, live-action adventures of critters who live in Lost Lagoon, designed for children 2 to 8.
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Bobby Goldsboro ...
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James Demetrius ...
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Dianne Goldsboro ...
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Joe Hitch ...
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Jeff Maddux ...
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Charlie Rose ...
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Each music-filled episode of "The Swamp Critters Of Lost Lagoon" centers around the antics and problems faced by critter cast Billy Bob Possum, frog Ribbit E. Lee, armadillo Ima Dilla, Joe Raccoon, Big Al Gator and Gumbo The Fiddler Crab. These live-action, costumed characters, the members of 'The Swamp Critters Band', live and play music in their critter-town of Lost Lagoon. Their frequent co-star is Phinneas Phatrat, the resident bad-boy. As they experience everyday life, the critters learn about values, virtues, emotions and issues including friendship, charity, kindness, acceptance of differences, conservation and pollution. Along the way, they are introduced to a variety of musical styles such as blues, cajun, classical, country, disco, dixieland, jazz and rock 'n' roll. Each half-hour episode features as many as 5 songs. In their adventures, the stars of the show are joined by many critter guests including boar Bobby Q., groundhog T. Bone Willie, Granny Muskrat, Melvis Weasley, ... Written by mistyjhf

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In appreciation, in tribute to, and for humor - apparently - a beehive clearly labeled "Honey" is seen in many scenes. This is an assumed reference to Bobby Goldsboro's 1968 international mega-hit "Honey", written by Bobby Russell. See more »

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