Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child: Season 3, Episode 1

The Three Little Pigs (22 Jun. 1999)

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Three scrumptious piglets work to keep themselves dirty, pretty and plump at Camp Piggywood, run by a retired singer -- all while building their own cabins and foiling Big Bad Wolfgang and his plans to cook them over the campfire.

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Three scrumptious piglets work to keep themselves dirty, pretty and plump at Camp Piggywood, run by a retired singer -- all while building their own cabins and foiling Big Bad Wolfgang and his plans to cook them over the campfire.

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Such a darling little show
2 May 2009 | by (Columbus, Ohio USA) – See all my reviews

The pink and purple colors were just superb. Seeing "girl-colors" is great. Let's hear it for feminine things. Enough of all that dark masculine stuff, like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings.

I enjoyed seeing characters who were proud of their fat, not trying to be skinny ho's. This is empowering. I am tired of the weight loss commercials we see on today's TV, with large women crying their eyes out because the world expects them to be anorexic and ugly.

In this movie the women/pig divas strut their stuff. They are divine. The big bad wolf (Sinbad) is excellent. His snide remarks and innuendos are perfect. Even for 2009, this 1999 program still rings true.

I liked seeing the jeweled house, the candy/cookie house, and even the recycled tire house. These pig-women were certainly smart.


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