Family Channel adds to fall TV line-up

August 1993
Playthings;Aug93, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p37
Trade Publication
Reports on the appearance of several storybook and comic strip characters in shows on the Family Channel as part of their fall line-up. `Babar'; `Waldo'; `Heathcliff'; `Rupert'; `Madeline' series; `The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends'.


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