Follyfoot: Season 2, Episode 11

Out-of-the-Blue Horse (13 Aug. 1972)

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Callie wants somewhere to stable her horse Magic, any old shed will do, but the Colonel refuses. Dora and Steve go with Callie to see Magic, when they discover a neighbor's horse, Ladybird,... See full summary »

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Gillian Blake ...
Steve Hodson ...
Arthur English ...
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Ron Stryker (credit only)
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Gillian Bailey ...
Callie Holmes
Beryl Cooke ...
Headmistress
Shelagh Fraser ...
Vera Berwick
John Stratton ...
Arnold Berwick
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Callie wants somewhere to stable her horse Magic, any old shed will do, but the Colonel refuses. Dora and Steve go with Callie to see Magic, when they discover a neighbor's horse, Ladybird, who is in such poor condition that Dora is appalled and horrified by what she sees. Steve tries to help but nearly comes to blows with the owner. Written by Andrew Ellis

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