The Reluctant Dragon & Mr. Toad Show (1970–1971)

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Cast overview:
Paul Soles ...
 (1970) (voice)
Claude Rae ...
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Carl Banas ...
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Donna Miller ...
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Wind In The Willows Introduction
16 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

THIS is the one I saw. This was my introduction to the Wind in the Willows characters.

I knew it was a Rankin Bass show. Good Heavens, I was all of four years old.

I have the description under a 1975 show, whatever that one was, but this is the one.

I vaguely recall something of a Reluctant Dragon, hearing about it more than anything, but this was the show.

1970 was definitely it.

I've copied my review from the 1975 show. --------------------------------------------------------

"It's been so long ago, but this was my introduction to The Wind In the Willows.

When I would finally see books entitled the Wind in the Willows, I would think 'hey, that's Mr. Toad.' There was the animated version with Jose Ferrer, Eddie Bracken and Roddy McDowell in the late eighties, as well as the sensationally brilliant English version in the nineties with Sir MIchael Hordern as Badger, but I would see Mr. Toad first.

"Who's that flyin' down the road? Could it be Mr. Toad?" It would air Sunday mornings and we missed much of it to go to Sunday school. It seems it was Rankin Bass but clearly it wasn't. Still it would be fun to see again, tho I am certain it is older than 1975.

Any version of Wind in the Willows, including the Ferrer, Bracken, McDowell version with Charles Nelson Reilly as Mr. Toad, is always a treat. ------------------------------------------------------------------

Yes, the song 'who's that flying down the road? Could it be Mr. Toad" came from this show.

Typical Rankin Bass fare actually.

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