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Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Narrated by: Jenny Day
Length: 11 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 0-4
3.5 out of 5 stars (40 ratings)

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Summary

The three bears learn a valuable lesson about locking their door. They take a stroll while their breakfast cools, and return to find an intruder has been there - an intruder with little golden curls and very bad manners.
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'Bad word'

I'm 40 years old with 2 children, and never have I heard of Goldilocks using 'bad' or 'wicked words' ... ever... most bizarre! Not one I'll be playing for my children again.

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Just awful

Awful narrator, awful re-telling, such an easy fairy tale to perform beautifully, not at all sure how this could have been reduced to such drivel.

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Weird cockney accent and peculiar story

Not sure what chapter 1 is about... some mad fake cockney woman introducing the story. Goldilocks saying a “bad word” and “probably pinching the silver spoons” is even more peculiar.

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terrible... very strong accents and a weird intro!

awful narration, waste of money, my children wandered what was going on as the accents were strong with strange language

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Very old school.

Describes Goldilocks as a naughty selfish child. Strange listening to such an old school story.