A Pocket for Corduroy is a delightful story that celebrates the importance of childhood attachments, imagination, and creative parenting.
In this live-action adaptation of the classic children’s book by Don Freeman, a teddy bear named Corduroy is misplaced at the laundromat when Lisa and her mother come to clean their clothes. A young boy finds him but he can not identify the owner. That night, when the boy is asleep, Corduroy takes matters into his own hands and has a series of adventures as he tries to find his way back to Lisa. In the end, we discover how Corduroy is reunited with Lisa – and the reason he needs a pocket. A Pocket for Corduroy is a timeless classic, destined to entertain and your child and students. Pocket for Corduroy also teaches children how to take responsibility for their things. Written by Gary Templeton and Susan Osborn. Directed by Gary Templeton. Produced by John Sturner and executive producer Barbara Bryant. An Evergreen/Firehouse production for Phoenix Films.
20 minutes • Color