Arthur

What Scared Sue Ellen?/Clarissa Is Cracked

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Sue Ellen isn't afraid of anything until she takes the short cut through the woods. From that point everything appears to scare her. Arthur and the other boys accompany Sue Ellen through the woods to locate her monsters. Grandma Thora gives her favorite doll, Clarissa, to D.W. for a week. D.W. treats the antique doll like her other toys, but loving Clarissa more. Unfortunately, D.W.'s attention proves fatal to Clarissa when the doll breaks. D.W. and her family find a doll doctor to repair Grandma Thora's treasured toy before she's returned.
 
Wednesday, Oct 26, 3 p.m. on Vermont PBS
Wednesday, Oct 26, 7 p.m. on Vermont PBS Plus

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