Fred the CowboyMark the RepairmanFrank the Fixer
Mark the Repairman was played by musician Mark Kersey from 1986 to 1996.
The human is Casey and the dog is Finnegan.The human is Finnegan and the dog is Casey.Trick question: Neither.
Casey, the child, and Finnegan, the dog were both performed by puppeteer Judith Lawrence.
Jumping up and down three times and tickling the trunk.Singing a song and tickling the trunk.Dancing and tickling the trunk.
Whenever the Tickle Trunk wouldn't open, Mr. Dressup would sing a song and tickle it to get it to open up.
Casey's gender was left intentionally ambiguous!
At Mr. Dressup's community centre.At a school.At Mr. Dressup's home.
Episodes take place in various locations in Mr. Dressup's home and backyard.
Lily and BaxterTruffles and ChesterJulie and Fester
Truffles and Chester replaced Casey and Finnegan on the show after the \ two were said to have gone to kindergarten.
Singing, nap time, craft time.Craft time, dancing, dressing up.Dressing up, craft time, singing.
Each episode generally featured dressing up, crafting or drawing, and singing a song.
Alligator Al and then ChesterTruffles and then Alligator AlChester and then Truffles
In early episodes, Alligator Al manned the trading post until Chester the Crow took over the position.
Ernie CoombsEdwin CoucheEdward Coop
The late Ernie Coombs played Mr. Dressup from 1967 to 1996. RIP, beloved show and show-dad.
How Well Do You Really Know "Mr. Dressup"?
Are you sure you grew up in Canada? You might be getting Mr. Dressup mixed up with Mr. Rogers. Womp womp.
You're a tried and true Canadian kid who grew up watching the iconic Mr. Dressup and you know him well! He was most definitely an integral part of your childhood.