Little Golden Book Land - The Great Harbor Rescue Trailer

Little Golden Book Land - The Great Harbor Rescue Trailer (1989)

01 September 1989 Animated, Family 30 mins

Little Golden Book Land is an animated syndicated special produced by DIC Entertainment and Western Publishing Company in 1989.

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Cast

Tony Ail

as Scuffy the Tugboat

Graham Andrews

as Tawny Scrawny Lion

Tony Balshaw

as Shy Little Kitten

Dillan Bouey

as Tooter the Train

Tony Dakota

as Baby Brown Bear

Lelani Marrell

as Saggy Baggy Elephant

Emily Perkins

as Katy Caboose

Chiara Zanni

as Poky Little Puppy

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Little Golden Book Land: The Great Harbor Rescue Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 September 1989

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