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How Well Do You Really Know "Mr. Dressup"?

Are you a true Canadian kid who grew up with this icon? Take our quiz to find out.

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  1. What is the name of this recurring character?

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    Fred the Cowboy
    Mark the Repairman
    Frank the Fixer
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Mark the Repairman was played by musician Mark Kersey from 1986 to 1996.

    Mark the Repairman was played by musician Mark Kersey from 1986 to 1996.
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  2. Which puppet is Casey, and which is Finnegan?

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    The human is Casey and the dog is Finnegan.
    The human is Finnegan and the dog is Casey.
    Trick question: Neither.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Casey, the child, and Finnegan, the dog were both performed by puppeteer Judith Lawrence.

    Casey, the child, and Finnegan, the dog were both performed by puppeteer Judith Lawrence.
    Via CBC / youtube.com
  3. What was the secret to opening the Tickle Trunk?

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    Jumping up and down three times and tickling the trunk.
    Singing a song and tickling the trunk.
    Dancing and tickling the trunk.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Whenever the Tickle Trunk wouldn't open, Mr. Dressup would sing a song and tickle it to get it to open up.

    Whenever the Tickle Trunk wouldn't open, Mr. Dressup would sing a song and tickle it to get it to open up.
    Via CBC / youtube.com
  4. Is this puppet a boy or a girl?

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    Boy
    Girl
    Ummmm...
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Casey's gender was left intentionally ambiguous!

    Casey's gender was left intentionally ambiguous!
    Via CBC
  5. Where do the episodes generally take place?

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    At Mr. Dressup's community centre.
    At a school.
    At Mr. Dressup's home.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Episodes take place in various locations in Mr. Dressup's home and backyard.

    Episodes take place in various locations in Mr. Dressup's home and backyard.
    Via CBC / youtube.com
  6. Who are these guys?

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    Lily and Baxter
    Truffles and Chester
    Julie and Fester
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Truffles and Chester replaced Casey and Finnegan on the show after the \ two were said to have gone to kindergarten.

    Truffles and Chester replaced Casey and Finnegan on the show after the \
two were said to have gone to kindergarten.
    Via CBC / youtube.com
  7. Which activities did each episode usually include?

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    Singing, nap time, craft time.
    Craft time, dancing, dressing up.
    Dressing up, craft time, singing.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Each episode generally featured dressing up, crafting or drawing, and singing a song.

    Each episode generally featured dressing up, crafting or drawing, and singing a song.
    Via CBC / youtube.com
  8. Who ran the Trading Post?

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    Alligator Al and then Chester
    Truffles and then Alligator Al
    Chester and then Truffles
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    In early episodes, Alligator Al manned the trading post until Chester the Crow took over the position.

    In early episodes, Alligator Al manned the trading post until Chester the Crow took over the position.
    Via CBC / youtube.com
  9. What was Mr. Dressup's real name?

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    Ernie Coombs
    Edwin Couche
    Edward Coop
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The late Ernie Coombs played Mr. Dressup from 1967 to 1996. RIP, beloved show and show-dad.

    The late Ernie Coombs played Mr. Dressup from 1967 to 1996. RIP, beloved show and show-dad.
    Via CBC / youtube.com

How Well Do You Really Know "Mr. Dressup"?

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