DirectorCharles Swenson (uncredited)
Fred Wolf WriterRomeo Muller, Romeo Muller Release dateMay 17, 1982
Puff and the incredible mr nobody
Puff and the Incredible Mr. Nobody is a 30-minute animated television film loosely based on the song Puff, the Magic Dragon by Leonard Lipton and Peter Yarrow. The title character was voiced by Burgess Meredith, and the film also featured the voice of David Mendenhall. The special first aired May 17, 1982 on CBS. This was the last Puff the Magic Dragon special.
Puff finds a young boy named Terry who has an overactive imagination, and who therefore has trouble making friends with other children, instead having an imaginary friend—a duck wearing a saucepan with a feather as a hat named Mr. Nobody. When Terry's imagination starts to get him in trouble, he begins to blame Nobody for imagining the things that Terry has dreamed up, until Terry ceases to believe that he has any imagination of his own. Eventually, Mr. Nobody abandons him and Puff must take Terry on a quest to find Nobody, teaching him along the way to embrace his creativity.