Stanley is an imaginative and creative little boy who loves to make simple drawings of his favorite animals. His parents and his older brother can't see or hear the conversations he has ...
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Gina Marie Tortorici
Stanley is an imaginative and creative little boy who loves to make simple drawings of his favorite animals. His parents and his older brother can't see or hear the conversations he has with his talking pet goldfish, Dennis. As Stanley's closest adviser, Dennis serves as a guide who shows Stanley the life of animals through his "Big Book of Everything". Written by
OK, I'm a sixteen year old teenager and the reason why I started to watch "Stanley" was because I read that the person who does the voice of Salazar (yes, I've taken his name as my alias!) from "Resident Evil 4",Rene Mujica, does the voice of Harry the dog. I became hooked from the fist episode from then on! The whole show is about Stanley (hence the title), a young boy who learns about animals all around the world from his brainy goldfish, Dennis, and Stanley's "GREAT BIG BOOK OF EVERYTHING!", which Elsie the cat and Harry break out into a funny song every time Stanley gets it out. Desipte being a lot more older than the shows main target audience (very young children), I've grown very fond of this show and its wacky sense of humour that adults will also laugh over. Truefully, I've also learned a bit more about animals from this show. "Stanley" should really be nominated for the Emmys in my opinion 'cause ,as I've said before, it really is a good, fun, educational kids' show.
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