Wishbone Reviews & Ratings

30 minutes

Wishbone the dog serves as a canine bridge between life and literature as he embarks on exciting journeys that include elements of action, adventure and comedy. In each of the 40 half-hour episodes, Wishbone the dog's escapades with the children and families of the fictional town of Oakdale, U.S.A., trigger a series of daydreams. In these daydreams, Wishbone imagines himself as a character in signature, modern-day scenes that parallel the storylines from classic literature, emphasizing the timeless and universal themes explored in these classic tales.
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May 27, 2015 9:24AM EDT
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One for the kiddies

One for the kiddies

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Nov 27, 2016 4:03PM EST
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i love this show when i was little, i felt like i was in the adventures too

i love this show when i was little, i felt like i was in the adventures too

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Apr 27, 2015 5:29AM EDT
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Such a fun show! My mom always made me read the books before watching the episodes, which at the time was annoying but is something I've ended up being grateful for. Now I never watch shows or movies that are based on books (aka pretty much everything) until I've read them first.

Such a fun show! My mom always made me read the books before watching the episodes, which at the time was annoying but is something I've ended up being grateful for. Now I never watch shows or movies that are based on books (aka pretty much everything) until I've read them first.