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You're My Sweetheart

Title You're My Sweetheart
Series Love Expressions
Production Number 84/116
Details/Notes "You're My Sweetheart" features the famous denizens of Squashville, Mackenzie and Maxine. They are nestled in a pile of candy hearts while they plan their Valentine's Day celebration.
GCIN (?) 750438
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You're My Sweetheart
Title You're My Sweetheart
Series Love Expressions
Production Number 84/116
Details/Notes "You're My Sweetheart" features the famous denizens of Squashville, Mackenzie and Maxine. They are nestled in a pile of candy hearts while they plan their Valentine's Day celebration.
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