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The Mother Goose Video Treasury (1987)

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In Gooseberry Glen, Mother Goose lives with her friendly gander, Bertram. She and Bertram help the community and interact with each other. Originally produced in 1987, the treasury uses ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Bertram The Gander (voice)
Serafin Rocha ...
Bertram The Gander
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Babylon Man / Townsperson of Gooseberry Glen (as Bruno Aclin)
Rob Austin ...
Sharon Baird ...
Little Miss Muffet / The Numbers Lady / Old Mother Hubbard
Rebecca Birney ...
Mary (Lamb Owner)
Michael Davis ...
Ron Gans ...
Joe A. Giamalva ...
The Letters Man / Tom Thumb / Wee Willie Winkie (as Joe Giamalva)
Wendy Hawkes ...
Tracy Lore ...
Mary, Mary (Gardener) / Old Woman In Basket / Townsperson of Gooseberry Glen
John Lovelady ...
Patty Maloney ...
Ron Mangham ...
Jack (All 'Jack' Roles) / Dog


In Gooseberry Glen, Mother Goose lives with her friendly gander, Bertram. She and Bertram help the community and interact with each other. Originally produced in 1987, the treasury uses puppets and live action to bring alive the famous characters. Written by Anonymous

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The sheer insipid badness of it is hilarious.
20 July 2006 | by (Snellville, Georgia, USA) – See all my reviews

My late grandmother used to rent this video from the library for me up until I was around four years old. I loved watching it, and I even loved that giant animatronic goose Bertram.

Recently I ordered a copy of this from Amazon, to dig up some deep-rooted memories. It worked, but I never realized at such a young age how many gaps there were in the production. It never irked me, though, because said gaps were pretty hilarious to look at. For instance, a camera change might have come a couple seconds too quickly, a really cheap (though perhaps acceptable 19 years ago) effect might have been employed, and the puppets--they generally all looked horribly malformed, to put it kindly, and their mouths were opened in questionable sync with their dialogue.

To their credit, though, most of the actors displayed an earnest talent, considering what it was for which they were being paid to perform. Some of them were actually okay dancers.

I get the feeling that the production was too complex for its own good, but that really never even crossed my mind as a child. Heck, I liked the constant set and costume changes; children have short attention spans anyway.

But to anybody over the age of, say, six, this is laughably convoluted and worth a watch just to go MST3K on it.

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