Faerie Tale Theatre: Season 3, Episode 4

Thumbelina (11 Jun. 1984)

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Thumbelina is the answer to her mother's prayers but is all too soon stolen away by Mother Toad as a wife for her son. With the help of many different woodland creatures, especially the ... See full summary »

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John Pielmeier ...
Field Mouse
Maryedith Burrell ...
Beggar Woman
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Lu Leonard ...
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Herman Toad
Mitchel Evans ...
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Barrister Fish
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Stan Wilson ...
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Thumbelina is the answer to her mother's prayers but is all too soon stolen away by Mother Toad as a wife for her son. With the help of many different woodland creatures, especially the Swallow, Thumbelina overcomes many obstacles to try and get back to her mother. Written by atozcleanrita

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Maryedith Burrell who plays the Beggar Woman, also wrote this episode, as well as the scripts for the episodes The Snow Queen and The Dancing Princesses. See more »

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Home in the Meadow
Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
Sung by Carrie Fisher
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