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The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends "The Tailor of Gloucester" (1993)
on Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Welcome to the last day of Suzie's look at beloved Christmas Specials from years past. Today, she looks at a wonderful British classic: an animated adaptation of Beatrix Potter's The Tailor of Gloucester
done for the BBC series The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends
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