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Commercial from early 90's selling VHS tapes to help kids learn a foreign language

This commercial ran frequently in the early 90's. It started with a little girl speaking another language. There was a voice over about the importance of learning another language. I remember it showed clips of the videos, and they were some animated animal getting into silly situations. I think it was a type of mouse animal dressed in human clothes. The videos were sold for a variety of languages, which the list scrolled over the screen at the end while showing the 1-800 number to call to order.
asked Jun 9, 2020 in Name That Short by master41 (548 points)

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NVM; I found it. It was Muzzy.
answered Jun 9, 2020 by master41 (548 points)