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Does anyone remember the name of a children's show from the 1970s that had a talking boot, "Princess" (the pink shoe) and they'd sing "Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar" a lot? We as children called it "The Boot Show" (he was kinda the "host") but I know that wasn't really it. Any ideas?

Question #85933. Asked by gryts.
Last updated Jun 25 2021.

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Here you's the show. "Readalong was an educational, Canadian television program for young children, first produced in 1976 for TVOntario."


"Boot and Pretty, Happily Married and Still Living in Canada."


Response last updated by gtho4 on Jun 25 2021.
Sep 16 2007, 5:24 PM
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Can not find it, but here is the "sister" show, Under the Umbrella Tree.


Response last updated by CmdrK on Sep 05 2016.
Sep 16 2007, 5:45 PM
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