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Wee Sing in Sillyville (1989)

TV-Y | | Family, Musical | Video 1989
One day, two kids named Lori and Scott and their basset hound Barney are magically transported into a coloring book! This coloring book is a mystical, magical land called "Sillyville." ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Renee Margolin ... Sillywhim
Joy Anderson ... Laurie
... Scott
Thomas C. Graff ... Brunette Spurtlegurgle / The Wump (voice)
Lisa Kramer ... Child Spurtlegurgle
Cal Scott ... Tall Spurtlegurgle / Fruggy Frog (voice)
Jacqui Sutton ... Girl Spurtlegurgle
Leonard W. Lee ... Twirlypop
Joel Morello ... Three-Button Twirlypop
Neal Thomas ... Twirlypop
T.J. Galash ... Jingleheimer
Joel Gillespi ... Jingleheimer
David Gaylord ... Buddy Bitty Booty / Friggy Frog / Rolly Pollies (voice)
Sandra Dee Heidecke ... Betty Bitty Booty
Heather Ross ... Buffy Bitty Booty


One day, two kids named Lori and Scott and their basset hound Barney are magically transported into a coloring book! This coloring book is a mystical, magical land called "Sillyville." While there, the kids meet up with Sillywhim, a happy, sing-songy lady who tells them of Sillyville's troubles. The Yellow Spurdurgurgles, Blue Twirlypops, Green Jingleheimers, and Red Bittybooties are all fighting because they do not wear the same colors! Scott, Lori, and Sillywhim meet up with all these coloful characters, plus a talking tree, a singing acorn, and the kindly purple-wearing Pasha who all sing songs about themselves. Will the kids and Sillywhim be able to reunite all of the people of Sillyville? You can bet your magic rainbow blower on it! Written by SadSillyvilleClown

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A silly song and dance sensation


Family | Musical






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1989 (USA)  »


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$70,000 (estimated)
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During one of the Spurdle Gurgle dances, each one takes out an instrument to play. The smallest's horn gets stuck in her pocket, so she just blows it into her pocket without pulling it out all the way. See more »


[repeated line]
Scott: Oh, yeah. I knew that.
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kids STILL love it!
25 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

Although adults cannot stand this film for more than 5 seconds, both my children have LOVED this film!!! My son loved this film as a 3-5 year old and now my 3 year old daughter just adores this film. The entire plot keeps them engrossed with fun kid songs that they love to sing. This film is "silly" hence the sillyville but is the best couple bucks I ever spent!!! if you have small children and they love to sing and hear songs then this film is well worth the money spent for it. The sad part for me is that I have heard this film so many times over the years that I can sing just about every song by heart (Yes even the Micheal Finnegan and the Austrian Yoldeling song by the twirly pops) and have found the songs popping into my head at the oddest of times!!! This is the best of the Wee-sing series films by far.

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