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The Three Little Pigs 

Three pig brothers. One is narcissistic, one is greedy but the runt is creative and clever. Big bad Buck Wolf is charged with the task of bringing home a pig for dinner. Pretty pink Tina ... See full summary »

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Three pig brothers. One is narcissistic, one is greedy but the runt is creative and clever. Big bad Buck Wolf is charged with the task of bringing home a pig for dinner. Pretty pink Tina charms them all. Who will survive by their chinny chin chin? Written by atozcleanrita

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12 February 1985 (USA)  »

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Buck Wolf: [to a twittering songbird] Shut up, I'm thinking!
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Version of Kolme pientä porsasta (2004) See more »

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Not The "Runt Of The Litter", For Sure
12 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

Some episodes of the Faerie Tale Theatre are too silly to have any redeeming value. Some episodes actually take themselves too seriously and become boring as a result. With "The Three Little Pigs", however, a perfect balance between humor & storytelling is found.

What really helps this effort is one of the better celebrity casts in FTT history, including such names as: Billy Crystal, Jeff Goldblum, Stephen Furst, Larry Hankin, Fred Willard, Doris Richards, & Valerie Perrine.

This episode might be the single greatest in the annals of FTT. Terrific viewing for adults and children alike!


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