Amazon Prime Video Canada Greenlights ‘Mr. Dressup’ Documentary

Amazon's Great Video is bringing the tale of Canada's most popular youngsters' performer to the world.

he decoration has affirmed the beginning of creation on an untitled "Mr. Dressup" narrative

in light of the life and profession of Ernie Coombs

The doc will commend the starting points and history of the youngsters' show and its tradition of important illustrations.

nterviews with series puppeteers and artists, the Coombs family, and other outstanding Canadians who talk about the effect the series had on them

American-conceived Coombs came to Canada in the mid 1960s as one of Fred "Sir" Rogers' puppeteers for the 1961-64 CBC youngsters' program

Mr. Dressup” ran from 1967 to 1996, a 29-year-run that included 4,000 episodes

.Coombs died following a stroke in 2001 at the age of 73.

“Mr. Dressup” holds a special place in the memories of millions

This is one of the most iconic Canadian stories to tell as producers in Canada,” said Mark Bishop