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The Prince's Rain

The Prince's Rain

Alternate Title: Rain Rain Go Away

The Prince's Rain (Rain Rain Go Away) (1991) - The Real Story Of... Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • The Real Story Of... Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Prince Vince, Princess Debbie, Mother Nature, King, Queen, Merle the Magician, Smarmly.
  • Originally Released in 1991.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Canada  Canada

Cartoon Summary:


The King and Queen are concerned by Prince Vince's lack of responsibility, and they decreed that he be married. When Prince Vince selfishly orders Merle the Magician to make it stop raining, and when it does, he turns into a tree. When Princess Debbie uses a spell from Merle's book to change Prince Vince back into a person, he doesn't, but instead, he changes into a duck. The next time, Prince Vince changes into a goldfish. But when Prince Vince's evil cousin Smarmly is to marry Princess Debbie, he realizes that he has always been selfish and that he should never have fooled with Mother Nature. Upon his realization, a bolt of lightning suddenly makes him human again. Mother Nature appears, and she is happy that Vince has learned his lesson. Vince and Debbie are married. And they live happily ever after!

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