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ORIGINAL COVER[]

EPISODE INFORMATION[]

ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE[]

  • February 2001 (Completed)
  • May 15, 2001 (Release)
  • February 26, 2002 (Reissue)
  • October 22, 2002 (Reissue)
  • August 5, 2003 (Reissue)
  • October 26, 2004 (Reissue)

HOST[]

  • Pavlov The Dog (L&L) (Host)
  • Flip the Frog (Co-Host)

COMPOSERS[]

  • Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
  • Ferde Grofe
  • Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Frederick Thomas Nettlingham
  • Domenico Scarlatti
  • Antonio Vivaldi
  • Johann Pachelbel

DURATION[]

29:12

EQUIVALENT[]

  • Classical Animals
  • Neighborhood Animals (book)
  • Baby Dolittle Flash Cards

EPISODE GUIDE[]

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This article is about the B.E. video. For the book, see Neighborhood Animals (book).

Neighborhood Animals, also spelt as Baby Dolittle: Neighborhood Animals, Baby Einstein: Neighborhood Animals and Neighbourhood Animals in the UK (previously titled as Baby Dolittle: Neighborhood Animals before its late-2002 rerelease, and also commonly known as just Baby Einstein: Neighborhood Animals before its mid-2003 rerelease), is the 8th video to be released in the Baby Einstein series. It showcases 12 animals in 4 habitats. The 4 habitats are, the house, the yard, the farm, and the river. The 12 animals are the dog, cat, mouse, bird, rabbit, bug, cow, horse, pig, frog, otter, and duck. it was released on May 15, 2001. It was later reissued twice during the Disney Merger Era, once on February 26, 2002 in which edited out the "Thank You" credit, and again on October 22, 2002 (the same day Baby Beethoven was released) which was retitled as Baby Einstein: Neighborhood Animals and had the opening and Closing credits (in white) style that would be used on all original videos in the Bronze Age, again in that era on August 05, 2003 (the same day Baby Galileo was released), and later was sold as Neighborhood Animals in the Disney releases. It was later re-released sometime in 2004, with some alterations.

Video Guide[]

Opening[]

  • The Tale of Tsar Saltan, Op. 57, Act I: The Tsar's Farewell and Departure, Rimsky-Korsakov: Flip the Frog (in a dual role) hops (in black), Duck dances (in black), Squirt The Pig walks by (in black), and Pavlov The Dog walks in (in black) sees the camera and licks it with his tongue covering it with a white screen.
  • Variation on Tsar's Farewell and Departure, Rimsky-Korsakov: Opening credits (in white)
  • Pink Flying Cow Mobile (in black)
  • The Tale of Tsar Saltan, Op. 57, Act I: The Tsar's Farewell and Departure, Rimsky-Korsakov: black swan in water, mute swans, cows, wild horses, golden retriever, Egyptian goose, snow geese, pigs, laughing gull, bulldog, horse, Namibian katydid, barn owl in black

Animals in My House[]

  • Grand Canyon Suite, III. On the Trail, Grofe: Pavlov pulls a string (in black) along to reveal a drawing of a house in white
  • Animals in my house: mouse, cat, dog

Dog[]

  • Pavlov chases dog footprints past a tree while sniffing and barks, then pulls a string.
  • A picture of a golden retriever appears on the screen with the word "dog".
  • 12 Contredanses for Orchestra, WoO 14, Contradance No. 10, Beethoven (dog stock footage, The Great Dalmatian Chase (in black), Mia pets a dog)
  • Tyler and Joyful Puppy (in white)

Cat[]

  • Pavlov chases cat footprints, and falls down into a group of cats. He gets back up and meows, then pulls a string.
  • A picture of a cat appears on the screen with the word "cat".
  • 12 Contredanses for Orchestra, WoO 14, Contradance No. 6, Beethoven (Cat stock footage)
  • Cat Crystalites (in black) (60fps in 2004 with trail blur)

Mouse[]

  • Pavlov gets dizzy because of the mouse footprints then squeaks and pulls a string.
  • A picture of a yellow-necked mouse appears on the screen with the word "mouse".
  • 12 Contredanses for Orchestra, WoO 14, Contradance No. 3, Beethoven: Mouse (mouse stock footage, Xylophone Playing Mouse (in black), Elizabeth wearing Mouse Headband (in white))
  • Mousetrap (in black) in 3 different angles (replaced by Rallina Activity Toy (in black) in 3 different angles in 2004)
  • Misty Mouse (in a dual role) have a food fight filled with cheddar cheese, salami, green grapes, cottage cheese, broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots. Eventually, Violet Mouse comes home and catches the two. The Misty duo run away in fear. Violet looks at the screen suspiciously. (in black)

Animals in My Yard[]

  • Grand Canyon Suite, III. On the Trail, Grofe: Pavlov pulls a dog bone on a string down (in black) to reveal a drawing of a yard
  • Animals in my yard: rabbit, bug, bird

Bird[]

  • Pavlov watches bird footprints go into a nest. He then pops out of the nest and tweets.
  • A picture of a northern cardinal appears on the screen with the word "bird".
  • The Snow Maiden, Dance of the Birds, Rimsky-Korsakov (Bird stock footage, Tan Woodpecker [in black])
  • Flying Goose Mobile (in black)

Rabbit[]

  • Pavlov watches rabbit footprints hop across the screen, then wears a Rabbit Ears Headband and pulls a string.
  • A picture of a rabbit appears on the screen with the word "rabbit".
  • Capriccio Espagnol, Op. 34, Alborada, Rimsky-Korsakov (Rabbit stock footage, Rabbit in a Hat Puppet (in black), Pavlov and rabbit sniffing each other's noses (in black), Hannah pets a rabbit (in white), Pavlov feeding rabbit (in black))
  • Finger Follies: Rabbitears (in black)

Bug[]

  • Pavlov tries to swat a bug with a flyswatter which causes the screen to turn black. However, Pavlov misses. The bug giggles and flies off.
  • A picture of a ladybug appears on the screen with the word "bug".
  • The Tale of Tsar Saltan, Flight of the Bumblebee, Op. 57, Rimsky-Korsakov (Bug stock footage; beetle running, caterpillar, honeybee, butterfly, Dottie Ladybug (in white), beetle running again, caterpillar, Sierra plays with Praying Mantis Glove Puppet (in black), caterpillar, bumblebee, butterfly, beetle running one more time, ladybug, beetle dying)
  • Sierra tells a joke to a Bee Glove Puppet while wearing a Bee Hat (in black): "Why did the bee go to the doctor? 'Cause he had hives!"
  • A Namibian katydid gets close up to the camera

Animals on the Farm[]

  • Grand Canyon Suite, III. On the Trail, Grofe: Pavlov pulls the string along while wearing a Straw Hat (in black) to reveal a drawing of a farm
  • Animals on the farm: horse, pig, cow

Music Video: Old MacDonald Had a Farm[]

Cow[]
  • Pavlov watches cow footprints move across the screen and moos, then pulls a string.
  • A picture of a Friesian cow appears on the screen with the word "cow".
  • Akiala singing (in white), cow stock footage, Red Cow Cone Puppet (in black)
Horse[]
  • Pavlov watches horse footprints move across the screen and neighs, then pulls a string.
  • A picture of a quarter horse appears on the screen with the word "horse".
  • Sierra singing with Neighton the Horse (in white), horse stock footage, Mia wearing Cowboy Hat on a Rocking Horse (in white)
Pig[]
  • Pavlov watches pig footprints move across the screen and oinks, then pulls a string.
  • A picture of a domestic pig appears on the screen with the word "pig".
  • Hannah singing with Squirt The Pig, pig stock footage
  • Mr. Bacon (in black)
  • Cud Cow and Neighton are working together to load stacks of hay onto a tractor. Cud brings in the hay while Neighton tosses it on the tractor. Eventually, she catches him, warning that the tractor is ready to go. Neighton then gargles in surprise just before a honk is heard. Squirt drives by on the tractor. Cud and Neighton then sigh from their hard work.

Animals on the River[]

  • Grand Canyon Suite, III. On the Trail, Grofe: Pavlov wears sunglasses and pulls a string along (in black) to reveal a drawing of a river
  • Animals on the river: otter, duck, frog

Frog[]

  • Pavlov watches frog footprints then croaks, and pulls a string.
  • A picture of a gray tree frog appears on the screen with the word "frog".
  • Keyboard Sonata in E Major, K. 380, Scarlatti (frog stock footage, Farley Frog Lollipuppet (in black), Wind-Up Side-Stepping Frog (in black))
  • Flipping Frog (in black) (30fps in 2004 with trail blur)

Otter[]

  • Pavlov swims and watches otter footprints, then pulls a string and splashes.
  • A picture of a river otter appears on the screen with the word "otter".
  • Concerto for Two Trumpets in C Major, RV. 537, I. Allegro, Vivaldi (otter stock footage)

Duck[]

  • Xylophone Playing Duck (in black)
  • Pavlov watches duck footprints then quacks and pulls a string.
  • A picture of a mallard appears on the screen with the word "duck".
  • Canon & Gigue in D Major, Pachelbel (duck stock footage)
  • Quacky Quack Ducky (in white) (replaced by Barnyard Knuckleheads Finger Puppet: Duck (in white) in 2004)
  • Flip and Duck play a game where the duck has to quack the same number of times that Flip croaks, but eventually end up making the opposite one. Afterwards, Flip gets confused and looks at his duck partner. Flip then looks at the screen with sad music playing. (in black)

Closing[]

  • Animals in My Neighborhood
  • Capriccio Espagnol, Op. 34, Fandango, Rimsky-Korsakov: goose or swan, eastern chipmunk, baby sea lion, mute swan, horse, Namibian katydid, kitten and fishbowl, cows, wild horses, whooper swans, leafcutter ants, butterflies, mute swans, giant river otter, smooth fox terrier, seagull and piper
  • Closing credits (in white)
  • Neighton (Playsoup Version 2) and Baby MacDonald are raking in the hay, but MacDonald uses a vacuum (omitted in the 2004 DVD, then reinstated in 2005).

Characters Featured [Coloring Book][]

  • Pavlov The Dog
  • Stella The Cat
  • Misty Mouse
  • Bluebird
  • Caterpillar
  • Ladybug
  • Baby Bach the Bunny
  • Baby MacDonald the Cow
  • Vincent Van Goat
  • Neighton the Horse
  • Squirt The Pig
  • Baby Lamb
  • Duck
  • Baby Vivaldi the Mallard
  • Flip the Frog
Baby Dolittle dubbers worldwide
Language Narrator Sierra Choir Kids Singing
American English Aspen Clark Sierra Clark Austin Ball

Brianna Prodva

Harry Futterman

Kelsey Lally

Natasha Coupe

Trevor Weisbach

Akiala Nanyamka

Hannah Goelz

Sierra Clark

British English Connor Ackhurst Tallulah Pitt Brown Finbar, Kit, and Trystan Aherne

Rebecca Saunders

Cantonese Chinese Unknown
Czech Štěpán Krtička Lucie Kušnírová Štěpánka Heřmánková↵Tomáš Fiala↵František Razima↵Adéla Čadová↵Lucie Stočesová
Castilian Spanish
Danish Anette Pilmark Silke Pontoppidan Vibeke Hastrup

Helene Wolhardt Moe

Sarah Joel Werner

Otto Mølgaard Jakobsen

Dutch Alex Dekker Melody Reekers Melise de Winter

Kirsten Fennis

Finnish Kristian Nyman Amy Burgess Kristian Nyman

Amy Burgess

French Cécile Dubrulle Clarisse Poitevin Barsotti Théo Massot

Téo Echelard

Camille Timmerman

Valérie Siclay

German Unknown
Greek Dimosthenis Halkiopoulos Penelope Skalkotou Penelope Skalkotou↵Dimosthenis Halkiopoulos↵Eleni Souma↵Eleni Savvaki↵Danai Archonti↵Alexander Archontis
Hebrew Unknown Unknown
Icelandic Rafn Kumar Unnur Sara Eldjárn Anette Pilmark

Svend Christiansen

Italian Alice Paris Saba Anglana

Lorena and Virginia Brancucci

Miriam Calzolari

Iacopo Bonanni

Dalia Di Luzio

Claudia Mazda

Manuel Meli

Rachele Paolelli

Alex Polidori

Giulia Tarquini

Korean Unknown
Latin American Spanish Diego Ángeles Not dubbed Jessica Angeles

Jimena Nava

Constanta Lechuga

Tatiana del Real

Abraham Vega

Cristina Hernández

Maggy Vera

Norwegian Jakob Haaland Borgen Oline Hopen Vemund Strømsem

Maja Hopen

Polish Wit Apostolakis-Gluziński Maria Steciuk Wit Apostolakis-Gluziński↵Maria Steciuk
Brazilian Portuguese Pedro Ribeiro Not dubbed Pedro Ribeiro

Jessica Marina

Putonghua Chinese Unknown
Russian Unknown Not dubbed
Swedish Adam Giertz Disa Dyall Disa Dyall

Alba August

Adam Giertz

Taiwanese Chinese Unknown
Thai
Traditional Chinese
Turkish Ediz Küçükel Hazal Özkan Ediz Küçükel↵Hazal Özkan

Crew[]

Job Employee
Presented by The Baby Einstein Company, LLC
Creator Julie Aigner-Clark
Music & Sound Design Bill Weisbach
Editor / Videographer Mark Burr
Audio Production Clive Smith
Video Production Mavis Baker
Art Direction Leslee Anne Terpay
Video Graphics Dave Magoun
Animal Drawings Julie Aigner-Clark
Choir Austin Ball

Brianna Prodva

Harry Futterman

Kelsey Lally

Natasha Coupe

Trevor Weisbach

Narrated by Aspen Clark or Sierra Clark
The Players Tom Nazziola

Clive Smith

Bill Weisbach

Music Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

Ludwig van Beethoven

Johann Pachelbel

Domenico Scarlatti

Antonio Vivaldi

Ferde Grofe

Puppeteer Julie Aigner-Clark

Markie Scholz

Kids Akiala Nanyamka

Hannah Goelz

Sierra Clark

Elizabeth Jones (does not speak)

Mia Mettais (does not speak)

Tyler Chat (does not speak)

Puppets[]

  • Flip the Frog (Co-Host) (played by Julie Aigner-Clark) (first appearance)
  • Duck (played by Julie Aigner-Clark) (second appearance)
  • Squirt The Pig (L&L) (played by Markie Scholz) (first appearance)
  • Pavlov The Dog (Host) (L&L) (played by Julie Aigner-Clark) (first appearance)
  • Misty Mouse (played by Julie Aigner-Clark) (third appearance)
  • Violet Mouse (played by Markie Scholz) (first appearance)
  • Neighton the Horse (L&L) (played by Markie Scholz) (first appearance)
  • Cud Cow (played by Julie Aigner-Clark) (third appearance)
  • Baby MacDonald the Cow (Host) (Version 2) (played by June Privett) (first appearance)

Animated Characters[]

  • Pavlov The Dog
  • Flip the Frog
  • Stella The Cat
  • Bluebird
  • Jane the Monkey
  • Eliot the Cat

Kids[]

  • Akiala Nanyamka (wearing a pink shirt and butterfly overalls) (first appearance)
  • Elizabeth Jones (wearing a white sweatshirt with mouse ears) (does not speak) (only appearance)
  • Hannah Goelz (wearing a blue sweatshirt with rabbit ears and a white shirt) (only appearance)
  • Mia Mettais (wearing a lime green T-shirt, and pink overalls and cowboy hat) (does not speak) (last appearance)
  • Sierra Clark (wearing a red sweatshirt and Bee Hat) (eighth appearance)
  • Tyler Chat (wearing a black sweatshirt and brown pants) (does not speak) (only appearance)

Narrator[]

  • Aspen Clark

Choir[]

  • Austin Ball
  • Brianna Prodva
  • Harry Futterman
  • Kelsey Lally
  • Natasha Coupe
  • Trevor Weisbach

Puppeteers[]

  • Markie Scholz
  • Julie Aigner-Clark

Distribution[]

  • Artisan Home Entertainment/Family Home Entertainment/F.H.E. Kids (2001)
  • Buena Vista Home Entertainment/Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2002-2004)

Trivia[]

  • This is the first animal themed video.
  • This is the only appearance of Elizabeth, Hannah and Tyler.
  • The Early 2001 VHS cover has Bluebird, but later, Stella The Cat would be shown on both the Mid 2001 VHS and DVD. Some copies of the VHS on the cover with the Bluebird have closing logos, but the copies of the VHS with Stella the Calico Cat do not contain closing logos.
  • A brief musical snippet of Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, "Fate", Op. 67, 1st Movement is heard during the Mouse food fight puppet show after Violet Mouse shows up.
  • On top of that, the Neighborhood Animals Soundtrack CDs that contain Contradance No. 2 by Ludwig van Beethoven as Track 9 instead of Flight of the Bumblebee by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. These CDs come with the Baby Dolittle Neighborhood Animals VHS, in which the age warning symbol says "1 to 4 years". On the VHS copies saying "Ages 1 and up", the CD contains Flight of the Bumblebee as Track 9 instead of Contradance No. 2, just like the 2002 Version of the Neighborhood Animals Soundtrack. But in the Neighborhood Animals Audio Sampler CD enclosed on the Late 2002 VHS, the CD is limited to the following music besides the Baby Einstein Theme, 1st Movement from Felix Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony, Flight of the Bumblebee by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, 2nd Movement from Antonín Dvořak's New World Symphony & Canon and Gigue in D Major by Johann Pachelbel. However, some copies of the Late 2002 VHS come with the Neighborhood Animals Soundtrack CD.
  • The 2001-2002 DVD Concert Hall has music from the Neighborhood Animals Soundtrack CD (enclosed on the 2001 F.H.E. VHS with the age warning saying Ages 1 and up).
  • This is the first appearance of Flip the Frog, Squirt The Pig in Legends & Lore form, Pavlov The Dog in Legends & Lore form, Violet Mouse, and Neighton the Horse in Legends & Lore form.
  • This is the first appearance of Akiala.
  • The video features Behind the Scenes, Kids: Addison.
  • This is the last appearance of Mia (footage of her was later reused in discovery kits).
  • This video & Baby MacDonald were the basis of Animals Around Me.
  • This is the first video to have classical music by Rimsky-Korsakov and Vivaldi.
  • This is the only video to have classical music by Grofe, Scarlatti and Pachelbel. (not counting the Baby Neptune Aquarium Segment.)
  • The Wind-Up Side-Stepping Frog was in Baby da Vinci and the toy chest in 2004 DVD release of Baby Newton, A recolored version of the Wooden Flying Cow was in Baby Galileo, Xylophone Playing Mouse was in World of Rhythm, and the Flipping Frog was in Baby's First Moves.
  • The first "mouse clip" in the Mouse music video (not counting the flashcard) is not a mouse at all. It's a pika, which is related to rabbits.
  • This is the first video to be released in the 21st century, which is the century we are living in now.
  • The footage of a baby sea lion walking on the beach (Getty Images) was reused in Baby Neptune.
  • The footage of a hummingbird flying (Getty Images) was reused in Numbers Nursery.
  • The voice that says "Why?" during the bee joke scene is Julie Clark's voice.
  • This video’s also the first video that Julie Clark was credited as one of the puppeteers.

Goofs[]

  • In the 2004 releases, the page transition from the "mouse" drawing to the "cat" drawing is blue, and the transition from the clip of Tyler playing with Joyful Puppy to the "cat" drawing is red unlike in 2001-2003 releases where it's white. The reason for this is unknown.
  • In the original 2001 release, the Crystalite Cat Mobile and Dotty Ladybug clips were strangely exported in 30fps, but in the 2004 release, they were exported in the fixed 60fps.
  • In the 2004 releases, the puppet show where Pavlov sees bird footprints and pops up inside the nest shows the light switch in the background. It is currently unknown why it was removed in the 2001-2004 releases and then oddly added back in 2004.
  • During the puppet show where Pavlov wears a Rabbit Ears Headband and hops around, Markie Scholz's head is visible for a brief second.
  • The Spain Toy Chest shows the Baby Newton Toy Chest.
  • The Czech VHS has the Warner Home Video logo.

Discovery Cards[]

  • Bee
  • Bird
  • Butterfly
  • Cat
  • Caterpillar
  • Cow
  • Dog
  • Duck
  • Frog
  • Horse
  • Ladybug
  • Mouse
  • Pig
  • Rabbit
  • Squirrel

Toys[]

2001-2004 2004
Knee Deep Frog Bath Puppet by Legends & Lore
Ducky Duck Bath Puppet by Legends & Lore
Squirt Pig Bath Puppet by Legends & Lore
Sudsy/Pavlov Dog Bath Puppet by Legends & Lore
Flying Cow Mobile (Pink) by Bohemian Crafts
The Great Dalmatian Chase by DYTOY
Joyful Puppy by Jamina
Cat Crystalites by White Eagle
Xylophone Playing Mouse by Miva
Mouse Headband by The Great Pretenders
Mousetrap by Hasbro Rallina Activity Toy by Selecta Spielzeug
Misty Mouse Bath Puppet by Legends & Lore
Violet Mouse Bath Puppet by Legends & Lore
Dog Bone by Petco
Woodpecker (Tan) by Dihras
Flying Goose Mobile by Nova Natural
Rabbit Ears Headband by The Great Pretenders
Rabbit in a Hat Puppet by Folkmanis
Finger Follies: Rabbitears by Manhattan Toy
Fly Swatter (Manufacturer Unknown)
Dottie Ladybug by Jamina
Praying Mantis Glove Puppet by Plush Creations
Bee Hat by Elope
Bee Glove Puppet by Plush Creations
Straw Hat by The Wizard's Chest
Red Cow Cone Puppet by Morvaska Ustredna
Cowboy Hat by The Wizard's Chest
Rocking Horse (Manufacturer Unknown)
Mr. Bacon by Iwaya
Neighton Horse Bath Puppet by Legends & Lore
Betsy/Cud Cow Bath Puppet by Legends & Lore
Sunglasses by Party City
Farley Frog Lollipuppet by Manhattan Toy
Wind-Up Side Stepping Frog by Ganz
Flipping Frog by Merry Thoughts, Inc.
Xylophone Playing Duck by Miva
Quacky Quack Ducky by Iwaya

Neighton the Horse Puppet (Version 2) by PlaySoup

Barnyard Knuckleheads Finger Puppet: Duck by Mary Meyer

Baby MacDonald the Cow Puppet (Version 2) by PlaySoup

Compositions[]

Video Compositions and a Song[]

  1. The Tale of Tsar Saltan, Op. 57, Act I: The Tsar's Farewell and Departure, Rimsky-Korsakov (Puppet Procession and Overture)
  2. Variation on Tsar's Farewell and Departure, Rimsky-Korsakov (Opening credits)
  3. Grand Canyon Suite, III. On the Trail, Grofe (Pavlov Pulls the String)
  4. 12 Contradances for Orchestra, WoO. 14 (Grove. 141, Bia. 295): Contradance No. 10, Beethoven (Dog)
  5. 12 Contradances for Orchestra, WoO. 14 (Grove. 141, Bia. 295): Contradance No. 6, Beethoven (Cat)
  6. 12 Contradances for Orchestra, WoO. 14 (Grove. 141, Bia. 295): Contradance No. 3, Beethoven (Mouse)
  7. The Snow Maiden, Dance of the Birds, Rimsky-Korsakov (Bird)
  8. Cappriccio Espagnol, Op. 34, Alborada, Rimsky-Korsakov (Rabbit)
  9. The Tale of Tsar Saltan, Flight of the Bumblebee, Op. 57, Rimsky-Korsakov (Bug)
  10. Old MacDonald Had a Farm, Frederick Thomas Nettlingham (Cow, Horse, Pig)
  11. Sonata in E Major for Keyboard, K. 380, Scarlatti (Frog)
  12. Two Concertos Op. 46: Concerto No. 1 in C Major for 2 Trumpets, Strings & Basso Continuo, RV 537 (F 9/1, P 75) I. Allegro, Vivaldi (Otter)
  13. Canon & Gigue in D Major, Pachelbel (Duck)
  14. Cappriccio Espagnol, Op. 34, Fandango, Rimsky-Korsakov (Animals in My Neighborhood and End Credits)

Bonus Composition (Soundtrack)[]

  1. 12 Contradances for Orchestra, WoO. 14 (Grove. 141, Bia. 295): Contradance No. 2, Beethoven (found in World Animal Adventure with a different version)

Gallery[]

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Toys in Neighborhood Animals
Original : Flying Cow Mobile (Pink), The Great Dalmatian Chase, Joyful Puppy, Cat Crystalites, Xylophone Playing Mouse, Mouse Headband, Mousetrap Board Game, Dog Bone, Woodpecker (Tan), Flying Goose, Rabbit Ears Headband, Rabbit in Hat Puppet, Finger Follies Rabbitears, Fly Swatter, Dottie Ladybug, Praying Mantis Glove Puppet, Bee Hat, Bee Glove Puppet, Red Cow Cone Puppet, Wooden Rocking Horse, Mr. Bacon, Sunglasses, Farley Frog Lollipuppet, Wind-Up Side Stepping Frog, Flipping Frog, Xylophone Playing Duck, Quack Quack Ducky

Introduced in 2004 : Rallina Activity Toy, Barnyard Knuckleheads Finger Puppet: Duck

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