Annette Funicello and Sammy Ogg visit a 560 acre dairy farm in Wisconsin. In the eight episode serial Mr. and Mrs, McCandless and their three children show them how their big dairy farm is run.
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Tommy Cole ...
 Himself (1 episode, 1956)
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 Moochie McCandless (1 episode, 1956)
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Sammy Ogg ...
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Annette Funicello and Sammy Ogg visit a 560 acre dairy farm in Wisconsin. In the eight episode serial Mr. and Mrs, McCandless and their three children show them how their big dairy farm is run.

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The American Dairy Association shared production costs for the film with Walt Disney Productions. Disney stopped showing it on The Mickey Mouse Club after the 1958-1959 season of the original MMC. (The last season was all reruns.) The film rights then transferred to the American Dairy Association, who made it available to schools and interested groups through the Education Film Library Association (EFLA) catalog for a few years ca. 1960-1965. ADA also published a 16-page, color, storyboard pamphlet of the film ostensibly penned by Annette, which was distributed in dairy farming communities. See more »

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Remember SOMETHING of it-- not a lot
24 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I hope that this Adventure in Dairlyland DOES become available as a Disney Treasure DVD, as I enjoyed it back in 1956-57. I do not remember a lot about it, save for Annette's and Sammy's being introduced to farm life, with the McCandless family in Wisconsin (including Moochie, played by Kevin Corcoran). One thing that REALLY stuck is its theme, similar to that of "What I Want to Be" (1955-56), which had an alma-mater type of pulse. Getting the DVD, when it is available, will bring back more memories for sure. There also was an episode in which the children were watching what seemed to be a regular Mickey Mouse CLub episode, involving learning to yodel, also in the last episode, the children showing resourcefulness in a thunderstorm. Again, I would LOVE to have DVD, when available.


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