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Children love fairy tales, and they do so with good reason. These wonderful tales feature exciting events and heroic characters, and they help children to deal with their own everyday challenges with greater bravery. Here, they can see recreations of many classic fairy tales such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. The heroes and heroines often come from unfortunate circumstances, but they beat all of the odds in order to become the best that they can be and defeat evil in the process. As they watch their success, children gain hope for their own dreams.

Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales For Every Child is a Animation & Cartoon series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (39 episodes). The series first aired on March 12, 1995. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.5.

Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales For Every Child is available for streaming on the HBO website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales For Every Child on demand at HBO Max, HBO NOW, Google Play online.

3 Seasons, 39 Episodes
March 12, 1995
Animation & Cartoon
Cast: Robert Guillaume
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Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales For Every Child Full Episode Guide

  • In this musical whodunit, the book of 'Aesop's Fables' has been stolen! It's up to a beautiful sleuth (voice of Angie Dickinson) to track down the culprit and return the book to its rightful place.

  • Favorite classic fairytales retold with fresh, modern, musical twist.

  • A one-legged toy soldier (voiced by Tisha Campbell) goes on a larger-than-life adventure in order to win the heart of a beloved toy dancer (Savion Glover) in this heartwarming animated take on Hans Christian Andersen's timeless tale.

  • Hans Christian Anderson's classic tale of the Snow Queen and how she freezes a young boy's heart and turns him into a creature as cold as she. The boy's long-time, childhood friend travels far and wide and risks her life to save him. Her sweetness, innocence and tears that warm his heart return him to his real self. Eartha Kitt camps it up and steals the show as she sings how it is "Cool to Be Cold."

  • The classic tale of royal and peasant changing identities , but leaving the boys at home. This feminist makeover in the kingdom of Peachburg teaches the time-honored virtue of treating everyone with equal respect and courtesy -- regardless of their social status, education or upbringing.

  • A contemporary New York twist to Oscar Wilde's classic story. A sassy, street-wise pigeon teams up with a good-hearted statue to help the city's poor, while her pals all fly off to Miami for Spring Break.

  • In this soulful adaptation of Anderson's classic tale, a straight-talking nightingale teaches a greedy empress that inner beauty is more important than any material riches could ever be.

  • This classic Grimm's fairy tale takes a wild turn with a puppy who doesn't dig the life of a guard dog, a soul diva donkey, a sassy kitten and a flashy, over-the-top, funky rooster. The four come together, form a group and go out on the road!

  • This time around, Ali is a young girl who outsmarts the 40 thieves and their leader, The Great One.

  • Three scrumptious piglets work to keep themselves dirty, pretty and plump at Camp Piggywood, run by a retired singer -- all while building their own cabins and foiling Big Bad Wolfgang and his plans to cook them over the campfire.

  • Mother Goose is tired, says she wants to quit! Can the nursery-rhyme folks talk her out of it? Will the rappin' lady really fly the coop? Tune in and get the inside scoop! Whoopi Goldberg is the voice of Mother Goose in this all-star, all-rhyming tale set in multi-ethnic nursery-rhyme land.

  • Blair Underwood is the voice of an African monarch who learns what the real treasures of life are.

  • A poor Aztec shoemaker is the recipient of the elves' kindness in this retelling.

  • Aladdin's a poor Chinese boy in this Asian version of the Arabian Nights tale.

  • A flamenco guitar sets the rhythm for this Spanish telling of the tale of a magical fish and a greedy wife.

  • The bears and their unwelcome guest move to a reggae beat in this adaptation set in Jamaica.

  • A young beautiful mermaid must choose between her family or love.

  • A simple minded young man's generosity rewards him.

  • A young man must try to solve the riddle of the 12 Dancing Princesses.

  • This Pied Piper's got a mean sax groove that mesmerizes the rats--and the children--of Hamlet.

  • A clever cat tries to return a favor to a friend.

  • A very tiny girl has a large adventure.

  • A wooden puppet trys to become a real boy.