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Molly the Dolly - The personal doll and friend of Loonette the Clown on the award winning educational program for preschoolers, THE BIG COMFY COUCH/SYN/PBS/1992.

Loonette the Clown and Molly the Dolly - BIG COMFY COUCH

Alyson Court played Loonette, an energetic clown, who sat on a big, comfy green couch with a floral print and played with her best friend, a doll named Molly Dolly (manipulated by Bob Stutt).

Together Loonette and Molly played games, read stories and participated in imaginative activities that taught sharing and caring for others.

Molly was a miniature version of Loonette - without the hat. Molly didn't speak, but communicated by moving her arms and legs and pointing at things.

Loonette and Molly made a special guest appearance on an installment of THE ROSIE O'DONNELL SHOW on January 18, 1999. Host Rosie O'Donnell dressed up to look like Loonette and sat and played with her and Molly on "The Big Comfy Couch."

The series was inspired by an idea by Cheryl Wagner and produced by Radical Sheep Productions - based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Radical Sheep Shop, headed by Karen Valleau, built and performed all the puppets and props seen on program.


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