Fractured Fairy Tales

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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age 7+

Retro series' satire still offers cross-generational laughs.

Hulu Comedy 1959

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age 5+

great for family viewing

As soon as the kids know the real fairy tales, they'll have fun making note of the changes that are found in these stories. Some are obvious, while others will require a little more thought. There are a lot of plot twists in these cartoons. Viewers will want to keep coming back for more. These versions of classic fairy tales are fun and funny for the whole family. Even adults who know fairy tales by heart will find much to be amused by these alterations done by Jay Ward. Great stories. This series of cartoons should not be missed.

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