Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: Season 19, Episode 15

Rascal: Part 2 (18 Feb. 1973)
"Disneyland" Rascal: Part 2 (original title)

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Rascal (1969) re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

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Willard North (archive footage)
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Sterling North (archive footage)
Pamela Toll ...
Theo North (archive footage)
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Mrs. Satterfield (archive footage)
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Garth Shadwick (archive footage)
Bettye Ackerman ...
Miss Whalen (archive footage)
Jonathan Daly ...
Reverend Thurman (archive footage)
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Cy Jenkins (archive footage)
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Walter Dabbett (archive footage)
Herbert Anderson ...
Mr. Pringle (archive footage)
Robert Emhardt ...
Constable Stacey (archive footage)
Steve Carlson ...
Norman Bradshaw (archive footage)
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Sterling North - as a Man (voice) (archive footage)
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Rascal (1969) re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

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