"Quigley's Village" is a kids' show which employs both live actors and puppets. Mr. Quigley is the leader of the town, with Trundle, a toucan, living in a cage on Quigley's front porch. ... See full summary »
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"Quigley's Village" is a kids' show which employs both live actors and puppets. Mr. Quigley is the leader of the town, with Trundle, a toucan, living in a cage on Quigley's front porch. Other neighborhood kids include Bubba, a chimp; Danny Lion and his younger sister, Lemon (so named because of her pastel yellow-colored fur); Spike, a girl porcupine who talks with a bit of a Brooklyn accent; Milty, a moose; and Alex, a fox. The humans who work and live in the village besides Mr. Quigley include Dexter, a handyman; Molly, the letter carrier; and Dr. Caramore, the local physician who is always glad to help the kids whenever they're ill. Each episode centered around a particular life lesson; for example, hard work and practice (Spike wanted to tap dance in the village's talent show, but she never practiced and froze up on stage), avoiding temptation (Bubba's mother made three banana cream pies for the village's bake sale, but ate them after his mother told him not to), overcoming fear (... Written by William Bennett Warfield

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September 1989 (USA)  »

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Ed Carlstone, executive producer of "Quigley's Village," got the inspiration for this show from his three-year-old son. Carlstone's son fibbed to him and Carlstone created a story for his son about his infraction, out of which grew the show's characters. See more »

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Morals.
6 April 2010 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

It must have been about 10 years since i last watched a video of Quigley's Village. but i'm gonna try to recall it to the best of my knowledge, with the help of 2 of the internet's greatest creations; Wikipedia & Youtube.

Mr. Quigley is a man who owns a small village (I kinda thought he was creepy back then, i still hold that theory now) and in that village lives several animal puppets. in every episode they learn various morals, not only just Christian morals, but everyday morals that parents wished more kids followed.

This one is like every other, but at least it doesn't leave a bad taste in your mouth, like Little Marcy, or even gerbert (Little Marcy you can tell from the get go will leave you going 'blech', gerbert, you have to watch it for a bit.) but getting to the point, every Christian kids show was the same. it was meant to teach various morals. this one did pretty well.


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