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Trollkins – Trolltown, USA

Trollkins – Little bitty hillbilly-like creatures who lived in the forest city of Trolltown (population: 347) on the Hanna-Barbera Saturday cartoon TROLLKINS/CBS/1981-82. “They call them Trollkins, good ol’ Trollkins…they’re not as big as you and me, but if you look,

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Cosmo and Wanda – Dimmsdale, CA

Cosmo and Wanda are the wacky, messed-up married fairy godparents of a smart 10-year-old boy named Timmy Turner on the Nickelodeon Network animated series THE FAIRLY ODDPARENTS (2001-2014). The series was a spin-off of OH YEAH! CARTOONS (1998-2001). Set in

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Littl’Bit Elves – Foothill Forest

Littl’Bit Elves – Peaceful elves only one-inch tall who lived in tiny cottages in the magical Foothill Forest on the half-hour animated series LITTL’BITS (1991-95) that aired on the Nickelodeon Network. The main characters were the children of the forest:

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The Happy Little Elves – Springfield, USA

The Happy Little Elves were the favorite cartoon characters of Lisa and baby Maggie Simpson on the Fox Network animated cartoon THE SIMPSONS (1990- ). The Happy Little Elves cartoons were aired on THE KRUSTY THE KLOWN SHOW, another children’s

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The Great Pumpkin – Hennepin County, MN

The Great Pumpkin is a mythical Halloween spirit whom, like Santa Claus, delivers toys to all good children everywhere. At least, that is what a small boy named Linus van Pelt believes. A devotee of the story, each year Linus

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Pickle Barrel House Museum, Grand Marais, MI

The Pickle Barrel House Museum is located on the corner of Lake Avenue and Randolph Street in Grand Marais, Michigan. The House is open daily in July and August from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. In June and September, it is open

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