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Subject: ???Princess TV Show

Written By: Trishypooh on 12/10/02 at 01:05 a.m.

Does anyone remember a TV show or movie about a princess who was locked in a tower by a witch? She had a story machine that would spit out stories that she could read to the witch to keep her happy. PLEASE HELP!!! This is driving me crazy! :'(

Subject: Re:  ???Princess TV Show

Written By: SammyReed on 12/10/02 at 07:38 p.m.

    This sounds like one of those 15-minute educational TV shows that were shown in schools. I think it was called "Once Upon a Time" and was about "Marian, the Librarian" who was kidnapped by a witch who wanted Marian to tell her a good story. The witch was never satisfied until, coincidentally, the 15-episode mark when most of this kind of series was over, and Marian was finally let go. (Or 30 episodes, if it ran for a whole school year.)

Subject: Re:  ???Princess TV Show

Written By: SammyReed on 12/10/02 at 08:16 p.m.

Ok, I checked the Nebraska ETV website, and there were 33 episodes made of this show. (I always want to be precise about stuff, you know.)

Subject: Re:  ???Princess TV Show

Written By: Trishypooh on 12/14/02 at 05:38 p.m.

Thank You soooo much! This had been driving me crazy! You are awesome!

Subject: Re:  ???Princess TV Show

Written By: pokey074 on 04/17/03 at 03:22 a.m.

Man, if anyone has any more info than this, PLEASE email me.  I'm not finding much.  Thanks.