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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0112225/

 

"An intelligent and witty dog imagines himself in the role of characters from classic books and gets involved in similar real-life adventures."

 

I used to love this show!  It was such a great story-telling adventure and with a dog no less.  I learned a lot and it was super engaging.  I also learned that Wishbone was actually played by five different dogs.  Interesting tidbit.  Anybody remember Wishbone or am I the only one who watched public tv?


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Yeah, must've missed that one. Sounds good though.


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Fuck yeah I remember Wishbone

 

My favorite was the Hound of the Baskervilles one where Wishbone was Holmes. I remember feeling genuinely creeped out when the girl upstairs was squirming in the dark and thought the mansion looked cool.

I didn't know he was played by 5 dogs, that's mind-blowing actually.

 

Great show, good way to introduce kids to classic literature. 


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I personally intend to revive this show if given the chance with my own kids (I'd love a little girl).  Baskerville was also one of my favorites.  Wishbone's costume was awesome and that mansion weirded me out when I was young.  They told some of the best stories from before my time and it enthralled me.


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learned about homer and the odyssey from that show


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Fuckin' shout out to Wishbone, hell yeah. Had it on VHS, watched it quite often as a kid.


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Wishbone was a really-good show, one of the few I could keep my parents from interrupting me during, due to the stories being told, both modern and old.






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