Corduroy

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PBS (ended 2000)

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Corduroy

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Corduroy is based on two of author/illustrator Don Freeman's best-selling children's books, Corduroy and A Pocket for Corduroy. This animated show follows Corduroy and his friend Lisa. Together, they share their experience the world from the point-of-view of urban children, with the sights and sounds of a bustling, vibrant city. Come see the big, exciting world with them.
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  • I miss this show

    10
    I adored this show when I was small.It tought every little child very valueble lessons just like Rainbow which is another show i miss like to not be greedy(Yours,mine and ours),Tidy up after yourself(Clean up) and loads more.I really miss this show so BRING IT BACK!
  • It's a show that teaches children on how to know what is right, using a teddy bear and a character named Lisa.

    10
    I think it's an awesome show that teaches children what to do in situations that aren't really nice (ie: Name-Calling with "Sticks and stones" and Greed "Yours, Mine and Ours"). Some episodes can get boring to the older audience like me but children will definitely get the best of use of watching this show. I think there should be new episodes, just my opinion.
  • A young girl goes on adventures with her teddy bear. The plot isn't that original and most of the episodes are a waste of time, but younger children will enjoy this series.moreless

    6.8
    So, a girl and her teddy bear go on adventures as they learn about life. O-kay... Add in some small humor into some episodes and a slew of events that lead all the characters in each episode to learning a valuable lesson. Some episodes are, truly, a waste of time and very few are worth watching. It can be enjoyed by older children but younger children will, most likely, be the audience that will get the most out of this series.moreless

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