Dinosaurs (1991–1994)
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Slave to Fashion 

Charlene thinks having an expensive coat will make it easier for her to fit in with the popular girls. But once she acquires the talking coat, it does help her to become popular, at the ... See full summary »

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Earl Sinclair
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Mindy
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Baby Sinclair (voice)
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Fox Jacket (voice)
Tom Fisher ...
Heather Worthington
David Greenaway ...
Grandma Ethyl Phillips
John Kennedy ...
Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ...
Charlene Sinclair
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Heather Worthington (voice)
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Mindy (voice)
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Earl Sinclair (voice)
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Fran Sinclair
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Charlene Sinclair
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Charlene thinks having an expensive coat will make it easier for her to fit in with the popular girls. But once she acquires the talking coat, it does help her to become popular, at the price of alienating herself from her friends and turning against her family. Written by Novastar_6

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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30 March 1992 (USA)  »

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When Fran reaches down to take the ball of yarn from Baby, she puts her hands on it. In the next shot she is not touching it. Then the ball jumps from the floor to her hands between shots. See more »

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Grandma Ethyl Phillips: I was saving it for your college. But a voice in my head kept saying, "The only way she's going to college is inside a cake at a frat house party."
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