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Do you remember the Secret Life of Toys?

Discussion in 'Family Worlds' started by Rachel, Jan 3, 2003.

  1. kristinvxn23

    kristinvxn23 New Member

    i love rugby

    i remember this very well because it is my favorite movie EVER... i have a replica rugby puppet which no one but hensen owns the copyright to so i had to have it made special and it sure did cost me a pretty penny but it looks EXACTLY like him so it was worth it. I also have the movie and all the episodes on video casset. I loved that show! it was good!
  2. CensoredAlso

    CensoredAlso Well-Known Member

    I adored "The Christmas Toy!" I remember "The Secret Life of Toys" on the Disney channel. It was good, but for some reason I didn't watch it very much. I do remember something about the toys accidently taping over a tape the kids had and having to record it again. Something like that...
  3. maniacal muppet

    maniacal muppet Active Member

    Oh yeah, I posted that on there. I also put on some from The Christmas Toy.

    OOLAGIRL New Member

    Yes i remember that the tiger was one of the toys and then there was the cute little girl doll maybe a ragdoll
    and maye one more. in the christmas one correct me if i'm wrong a doll barbielike with red curly hair dresed in purple with a cape and she might have been bad like whenever they went to the tree she would appear or somthing don't now for sure cause my memory is kinda a blur from this show

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