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Felix and Blackie 

Felix starts a delivery business using a beat-up cart pulled by the family's old horse, Blackie.

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Sara Stanley
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Hetty King
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Felix King
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Felicity King
Lally Cadeau ...
Janet King
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Alec King
Harmony Cramp ...
Cecily King
Ken James ...
Hank Webster
Maja Ardal ...
Mrs. Potts
Elva Mai Hoover ...
Mrs. Lawson
Ron Payne ...
Pat Shore
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Archie Gillis
James O'Regan ...
Abner Jeffries
Don Saunders ...
Man
Steve Pernie ...
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Alec buys a spirited race horse named Caesar to replace his aging work horse, Blackie. Felix is beside himself when he hears that Blackie is being sold and will thus no longer be part of the family. To make Blackie useful, Felix proposes that he and Blackie team up as a delivery service. Against his initial better judgment, Alec allows his son to start this business as he feels Felix will benefit from the responsibility. Alec does have some caveats: the business cannot interfere with either Felix's school work or chores. Despite some figurative and literal bumps in the road, the delivery business flourishes so much so that Felix hires Sara, Cecily and Digger to work with him. But the business becomes more of a business for Felix than a means to make Blackie useful. When further problems ensue, Felix is forced to shut down the business, but not before one last delivery made on a bet with opposing delivery man, Hank Webster, the bet with the winner taking all the delivery service. But ... Written by Huggo

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19 January 1992 (Canada)  »

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