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* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent South of the Border Equivalent]]: ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood''. Justified as Coombs worked with Fred Rogers at CBC in an early precursor to both shows.

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* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent South TransAtlanticEquivalent: Or "South of the Border Equivalent]]: Equivalent". ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood''. Justified as Coombs worked with Fred Rogers at CBC in an early precursor to both shows.


* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent South of the Border Equivalent]]: ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood''. Justified as Coombs worked with Fred Rogers in an early precursor to both shows.

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* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent South of the Border Equivalent]]: ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood''. Justified as Coombs worked with Fred Rogers at CBC in an early precursor to both shows.


''Mr. Dressup'' is a Canadian icon as much as ''MisterRogersNeighborhood'' is in the US, which is logical enough considering Coombs was Rogers' understudy when the former worked on the CBC. Seriously, show some aspect of the program to any Canadian who grew up with a television set in the time period of its airing, and you'll get a boatload of heartfelt memories of watching it.

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''Mr. Dressup'' is a Canadian icon as much as ''MisterRogersNeighborhood'' ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood'' is in the US, which is logical enough considering Coombs was Rogers' understudy when the former worked on the CBC. Seriously, show some aspect of the program to any Canadian who grew up with a television set in the time period of its airing, and you'll get a boatload of heartfelt memories of watching it.



* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent South of the Border Equivalent]]: ''MisterRogersNeighborhood''. Justified as Coombs worked with Fred Rogers in an early precursor to both shows.

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* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent South of the Border Equivalent]]: ''MisterRogersNeighborhood''.''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood''. Justified as Coombs worked with Fred Rogers in an early precursor to both shows.


* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent North of the Border Equivalent]]: ''MisterRogersNeighborhood''. Justified as Coombs worked with Fred Rogers in an early precursor to both shows.

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* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent North South of the Border Equivalent]]: ''MisterRogersNeighborhood''. Justified as Coombs worked with Fred Rogers in an early precursor to both shows.


Ernie Coombs was the host of this simple show (196796) as Mr. Dressup on the {{CBC}} television network. With his puppet friends, originally Casey and his dog Finnegan, he taught pre-school subjects with games, music and simple activities. To add to the fun, Mr. Dressup would always open up his tickle trunk, which contained any costume for any role he wanted.

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Ernie Coombs was the host of this simple show (196796) as Mr. Dressup on the {{CBC}} Creator/{{CBC}} television network. With his puppet friends, originally Casey and his dog Finnegan, he taught pre-school subjects with games, music and simple activities. To add to the fun, Mr. Dressup would always open up his tickle trunk, which contained any costume for any role he wanted.


Although it was a show for children, Coombs never had children on the show, only puppets and occasionally teenagers. This was due to the fact that Coombs disliked being around children himself, and show business has a long history of children doing unpredictable things.

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Although it was a show for children, Coombs never had children on the show, only puppets and occasionally teenagers. This was due to the fact that Coombs disliked being around In show business, young children himself, and show business has have a long history of children [[NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals doing unpredictable things.
things]].


* PinkIsFeminine: The girliest puppet, Truffles, is bright pink all over, resembling cotton candy.

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* PinkIsFeminine: PinkMeansFeminine: The girliest puppet, Truffles, is bright pink all over, resembling cotton candy.


* TheDreaded: The Terrible Tootle Troll strikes fear into everyone's hearts... but it's just Mr. Dressup.



* PinkIsFeminine: The girliest puppet, Truffles, is bright pink all over, resembling cotton candy.




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* TheTrickster: Chester the Crow is often cooking up some sort of prank.


''Mr. Dressup'' is a Canadian icon as much as ''MisterRogersNeighborhood'' is in the US, which logical enough considering Coombs was Rogers' understudy when the former worked on the CBC. Seriously, show some aspect of the program to any Canadian who grew up with a television set in the time period of its airing, and you'll get a boatload of heartfelt memories of watching it.

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''Mr. Dressup'' is a Canadian icon as much as ''MisterRogersNeighborhood'' is in the US, which is logical enough considering Coombs was Rogers' understudy when the former worked on the CBC. Seriously, show some aspect of the program to any Canadian who grew up with a television set in the time period of its airing, and you'll get a boatload of heartfelt memories of watching it.


Ernie Coombs was the host of this simple show (196796) as Mr. Dressup on the {{CBC}}. With his puppet friends, originally Casey and his dog Finnegan, he taught pre-school subjects with games, music and simple activities. To add to the fun, Mr. Dressup would always open up his tickle trunk, which contained any costume for any role he wanted.

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Ernie Coombs was the host of this simple show (196796) as Mr. Dressup on the {{CBC}}.{{CBC}} television network. With his puppet friends, originally Casey and his dog Finnegan, he taught pre-school subjects with games, music and simple activities. To add to the fun, Mr. Dressup would always open up his tickle trunk, which contained any costume for any role he wanted.


Ernie Coombs was the host of this simple show (196796) as Mr. Dressup. With his puppet friends, originally Casey and his dog Finnegan, he taught pre-school subjects with games, music and simple activities. To add to the fun, Mr. Dressup would always open up his tickle trunk, which contained any costume for any role he wanted.

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Ernie Coombs was the host of this simple show (196796) as Mr. Dressup.Dressup on the {{CBC}}. With his puppet friends, originally Casey and his dog Finnegan, he taught pre-school subjects with games, music and simple activities. To add to the fun, Mr. Dressup would always open up his tickle trunk, which contained any costume for any role he wanted.



''Mr. Dressup'' is a Canadian icon. Seriously, show some aspect of the program to any Canadian who grew up with a television set in the time period of its airing, and you'll get a boatload of heartfelt memories of watching it.

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''Mr. Dressup'' is a Canadian icon.icon as much as ''MisterRogersNeighborhood'' is in the US, which logical enough considering Coombs was Rogers' understudy when the former worked on the CBC. Seriously, show some aspect of the program to any Canadian who grew up with a television set in the time period of its airing, and you'll get a boatload of heartfelt memories of watching it.


* AccidentalNightmareFuel: What a number of children thought about Wise Old Owl, a picture of an owl whose eyes moved and who spoke in slow, deliberate language.





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* Once an episode: Mr. Dressup would put a costume to match with the theme of the day's episode, and the puppet characters would pretend to be fooled.

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* Once an episode: OnceAnEpisode: Mr. Dressup would put a costume to match with the theme of the day's episode, and the puppet characters would pretend to be fooled.


* AccidentalNightmareFuel: What a number of children thought about Wise Old Owl, a picture of an owl whose eyes moved and who spoke in slow, deliberate language.



* Once an episode: Mr. Dressup would put a costume to match with the theme of the day's episode, and the puppet characters would pretend to be fooled.



* UnintentionalNightmareFuel: What a number of children thought about Wise Old Owl, a picture of an owl whose eyes moved and who spoke in slow, deliberate language.

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* UnintentionalNightmareFuel: What a number of children thought about Wise Old Owl, a picture of an owl whose eyes moved and who spoke in slow, deliberate language.

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