Madeline

Season 3 Episode 2

Madeline and the Spider Lady

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Aired Unknown Sep 16, 1995 on Disney Channel
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Madeline and the Spider Lady
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According to Amazon's review but in my own words: This is actually part two of "Madeline's Halloween". We find out that Fifi's a radio star, and she takes them to the station. While Fifi's doing her recording, the girls rigs up a story about polka-dotted ants rempaging the city, plays around in a studio, and accidentally records their story. Worse thing, their story got aired by accident. Panic hits the citizens of New York. In the end, the mistake was discovered, and things pulled back to normal.moreless

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    Louise Vallance

    Louise Vallance

    Miss Clavel, Genevieve (as S. Louise Vallance in Season 2+)

    Christopher Plummer

    Christopher Plummer

    Narrator (Specials 1-6, Seasons 1-3)

    David Morse

    David Morse

    Pepito (Season 2)

    French Tickner

    French Tickner

    Lord Cucuface

    Britt Irvin

    Britt Irvin

    Danielle (My Fair Madeline), Nicole (Season 3) (as Brittney Irwin in "My Fair Madeline")

    Paul De La Rosa

    Paul De La Rosa

    Genevieve (Specials 1-6)

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      • Song: The Ants Are Coming (Soundtrack title- Soundtrack # 3 track 20)

      • Radio dramas such as the Spider Lady's are actually fairly uncommon on American radio stations these days, but they're still rather popular in other countries (notably in the UK, where the last three phases of popular The HitchHikers Guide to the Galaxy radio play recently aired, and some of the channels have dedicated slots for radio dramas). Also, some stations do still broadcast repeats of classic radio programs such as The Green Hornet and Jack Benny. Many are also available on the Internet.

      • Judy Rothman is credited as Judy Rothman Rofé.

      • The events of this episode are a direct continuation of those in "Madeline's Halloween"

      • The panic caused by Madeline and the girls in this episode is a reference to the very real panic caused by the broadcast of Orson Welles' The World of the Worlds in 1938.

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