The Magic Cottage (1949–1951)

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Credited cast:
Pat Meikle
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stuart Bradley ...
 Prince Percival
Don Hastings
Bernard Kates
Harry Townes ...
 Peter Postman (1949-1951)
 Bessie Bookbinder (1949-1951)


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18 July 1949 (USA)  »

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Pat Meikle was married to Hal Cooper from 1944 and 1970 and had two children. They created "The Magic Cottage" in 1949, with Meikle starring and Cooper directing. See more »

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stimulated imagination
10 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a staple of my childhood. Probably I would find it corny and preachy if I saw the programs today but I remember total immersion in the stories Pat started telling, with drawings, on each program. There was a live audience and my younger sister actually went to a filming. but was very disappointed to find out that only a small part of the audience was selected to sit in the televised area, the rest sat in a larger area. I'm not sure if only the televised children were given Arnold cookies - early product placement. I associate this program with the many public interest messages about safety ("Jenny was only Jaywalking") and racial acceptance ("You get Good Milk From a Brown Cow, the Color of the Cow Doesn't Matter Anyhow") on this network.

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