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Hello Mrs. Cherrywinkle aired from the 1990s in to the 2000s. Multiple videos exist on YouTube, however they don’t cover the full series considering how long it was broadcast.
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Hello Mrs. Cherrywinkle aired from the 1990s in to the 2000s. Three videos exist on YouTube, however they don’t cover the full series considering how long it was broadcast. There are VHS releases as shown below. It’s unknown if DVD, Blu-Ray or streaming
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releases exist. It was a musical show as evidenced by the name on the first VHS cover.
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[[File:C080A0F9-A497-4FDF-A324-5BA86AFC450C.jpeg|center|200px]]
   
   
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[[File:BF2A8CEA-BE73-4155-A113-34083C0511EF.jpeg|center|200px]]
 
[https://youtu.be/gDurMfjrOyQ]
 
[https://youtu.be/gDurMfjrOyQ]
 
[https://youtu.be/E7D3dWIMbJY]
 
[https://youtu.be/E7D3dWIMbJY]
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The third clip is the custom logo card that was used at the end of the first video
 
The third clip is the custom logo card that was used at the end of the first video
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[[Category:Lost Puppet Shows]]
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[[Category:Lost PBS]]
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[[Category:Lost PBS Kids]]
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[[Category:Lost Canadian Shows]]
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[[Category:Partially Found Media]]

Revision as of 14:43, 25 November 2019

Hello Mrs. Cherrywinkle aired from the 1990s in to the 2000s. Three videos exist on YouTube, however they don’t cover the full series considering how long it was broadcast. There are VHS releases as shown below. It’s unknown if DVD, Blu-Ray or streaming releases exist. It was a musical show as evidenced by the name on the first VHS cover.

C080A0F9-A497-4FDF-A324-5BA86AFC450C.jpeg


BF2A8CEA-BE73-4155-A113-34083C0511EF.jpeg

[1] [2] [3]

The first video is basically presumably a full episode, however only a VHS capture

The second video is a advertisement that features a small segment of said show

The third clip is the custom logo card that was used at the end of the first video

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