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Oliver and the Cornstalk 

With minimal help from Eb, a stressed Oliver begins planting his corn crop. Lisa tries to be a useful farm wife, serving dreadful lemonade which Oliver pours out dumps out in the field. The... See full summary »

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Mr. Haney
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Eb Dawson
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With minimal help from Eb, a stressed Oliver begins planting his corn crop. Lisa tries to be a useful farm wife, serving dreadful lemonade which Oliver pours out dumps out in the field. The next morning at that spot, he finds a giant cornstalk that reaches up into the clouds. At the top of the stalk there's a Jolly Green Giant who bellows "Ho, Ho, Ho" and drops down creamed corn, both in the can and by the bucketful. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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20 December 1969 (USA)  »

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Oliver Wendell Douglas: [in bed, delivers another patriotic speech in bed while fife plays "Yankee Doodle" on soundtrack] Yes, I'm tired. But it's a proud tiredness. An American tiredness!
Lisa Douglas: [kisses him] Goodnight Oliver.
Oliver Wendell Douglas: Good night dear.
Lisa Douglas: [turns off light, then turns it back on again] Oliver? Would you please tell the fellow to stop playing the fife. I want to go to sleep.
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