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Big Meeting Of The Little People

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Episode Description : Boss O’Hogg And The Little People

Fisher-Price has many brands underneath it’s umbrella. One of those brands is . From one generation to the next, Little People® toys and playsets continue to captivate little ones’ hearts and imaginations. Often the first role-play toys a child is introduced to, the Little People friends inhabit a sweet world filled with wonderful adventures and great friends to make along the way. Hooray for Little People friends!

Gill & The Little People: Darby O'Gill & The Little People : Outline

You are running late. You are finally all ready to leave, with your coat on and everything you need in your bag. As you dash out the door, you reach out to grab your keys where you left them on the corner of the table and…they aren't there. But you know you set them there just a few minutes ago…

If you were to listen very carefully, you would hear snickering coming from the shadows under the table.

So you begin a frantic search for your keys, and after turning the house upside down, you finally notice a familiar jingle in your coat pocket. You reach in, and there are your keys. How on earth did they get there?

You wouldn't have to listen hard now to hear the miniature belly laughter coming from underneath the table, but you are too busy rushing out the door to notice it. The Little People give each other high fives as you march off in exasperation.

These are the little rascals responsible for all the little odd occurrences in your house--How did the hairbrush end up under the couch cushions? Little People put it there. What was that big crash you just heard coming from the bedroom? Little People, but don't bother looking for them--they will have cleaned up the evidence by the time you get there. And what was that little movement you just saw out of the corner of your eye? A bold Little Person up to some mischief, no doubt.

Do little people really exist? We don't pretend to have an answer, but sometimes they are the best explanation for all the strange things that happen. So here you will find information about little people in folklore and legend and in our daily lives. Feel free to contribute your own little people stories!

100 Film Favorites – #55: “Darby O’Gill and the Little People

The story begins in earnest when Darby tells the pub how he once caught the King of the Little People, King Brian, up at the castle ruins on the hill one evening. He even got his wish of a crock of gold, before he was tricked into making a fourth, and forfeit them all. But King Brian hasn’t forgotten him- and when he learns that he’s being put out to pasture, he puts a glamor on Darby’s horse so he knocks him down a well that leads to the land of the Little People. Down there, the King tells him he must stay forever. Thus begins the best part of the story- how the 4,000-year old king of the leprechauns and clever old gaffer Darby O’Gill, as they continually trick each other.

Thus far in the Countdown, we’ve seen several holiday specials: One Halloween, one Thanksgiving, and two Christmases. Now we come to a film that, while not explicitly holiday-specific, is my go-to St. Patrick’s Day movie. Darby O’Gill and the Little People is based on short stories by Irish-American author Herminie Templeton Kavanagh, and deals with wily old Irishman Darby O’Gill’s ongoing attempts to outsmart Brian of Knocknasheega, king of the leprechauns.