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Puff and the Incredible Mr. Nobody (1982)

The magic dragon teaches a boy to believe in his own creative abilities.

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Puff (voice)
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Terry (voice)
Diana Dumpis ...
Girl (voice)
Joan Gerber ...
Mother / Teacher (voice)
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Father (voice)
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Boy (voice) (as Billy Jacoby)
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Professor Katzendorfer / Bust / World (voice)
Robert Ridgely ...
Mr. Nobody / Guard (voice)
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The magic dragon teaches a boy to believe in his own creative abilities.

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17 May 1982 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The yellow sailboat from Puff the Magic Dragon (1978) is reused as the boat Terry and Puff sail in. See more »

Quotes

Teacher: *Real* trees, Terry, and *real* houses. And make sure nobody helps you.
Terry: Next time I'll just tell them Nobody did it, then I won't get blamed.
Puff the Magic Dragon: [singing] Terry was so hurt and sad, that his talent,/He just hid./ When someone said, "Did you do that?"/ He said, "Nobody did."/ Soon he believed that all his talent/ Came from his dear friend/ Sometimes we talk ourselves into what starts out as pretend.
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Connections

Follows Puff the Magic Dragon (1978) See more »

Soundtracks

Follow Your Own Star
Written by Peter Yarrow
Performed by Burgess Meredith, David Mendenhall and Robert Ridgely
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Teaching children
12 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

In my opinion, this is what children's shows should be all about. Not only is this show entertaining (I loved it as a child), but it teaches a great message about trusting in yourself and not worrying about what others think or say. In the process, children are also taught that an imagination is a great gift that can be used to brighten the world. I would highly recommend this as a great show if you want your children to learn something from the TV. As a side note, if you are looking to purchase this show, it is found on the same DVD as Puff the Magic Dragon (under that name), as well as Puff in the Land of the Living Lies.


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