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Easter Sunday with Princess Annie and Dudley Part 1

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  1. Watching this I realize that you can't hear Princess Annie very well, sorry about that! But isn't Dudley funny?

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  2. Me thinks, must watch again later-- ye old dial-up is much too slow for my taste this morning!

    It was pleasant what was viewed-- and true- Me thought me ears were plugged!

    Surely The KING is pleased with the Talent HE PLACED in this body!

    Praise The KING!

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  3. Help Meet in the MakingMarch 25, 2008 at 1:29 PM

    I had to turn my volume way up to hear Princess Annie, but I could still understand it. I love the voice of Dudley..(who is it?!!) He is very cute.

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  4. Need to work on Dudley's exit...That was even funny the 2nd time.

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