Mr. Small, Little Miss Greedy, Mr. Busy, and Mr. Skinny go to the carnival to see an amazing animal show. But poor Mr. Small keeps getting left out of everything that he feels sad. When they went to the funny mirror hall, Mr. Small saw a mirror that made him look big. That's when Mr. Small thought what it would be like if he was big. He would ride the bumper cars, get the biggest cotton candy, even defeat the strongest man in the world at arm wrestling. When Mr. Small's dream ended Miss Greedy said "Well Mr. Small, have you forgotten about the show." Mr. Small suddenly remembered. But when they got there the man at booth said that show is canceled because the trainer is hurt. Mr. Small says he can fill in because he saw the show before. The man agrees and Mr. Small succeeds to train a frog. Everyone cheered and Mr. Small felt pretty big. Produced in 1996
- Mr. Small
- Little Miss Greedy
- Mr. Busy
- Mr. Skinny
- Strong man
- Strong man's assistant
- Ticket man
- Little Miss Tiny (cameo, with no nose)
- Mr. Mischief or Mr. Bounce (cameo)
- Little Miss Splendid (cameo)
- Mr. Clumsy (, with no shoes)
- Mr. Mischief (cameo)
- Little Miss Trouble (cameo)
- Mr. Funny (cameo)
- Little Miss Shy (cameo)
- Mr. Forgetful (cameo)
- Little Miss Bossy (cameo)
- Little Miss Star (cameo, with no nose and no shoes)
- Geoffrey Palmer - The Narrator
- Jill Shilling - Little Miss Greedy
- Gordon Peters - Mr. Small, Mr. Skinny, Mr. Busy, Cotton Candy Vendor, Strong Man's Assistant, Man at Ticket Booth
- Len Carlson - Mr. Skinny, Strong Man's Assistant
- Neil Crone - Mr. Small, Mr. Busy, Cotton Candy Vendor
- Judy Marshak - Little Miss Greedy, Man at Ticket Booth
- Ron Rubin - The Narrator
- The audience from Mr. Funny Puts on a Show appears in the audience row.
- Little Miss Star didn't have a nose or shoes in one scene also Little Miss Tiny.
- Mr. Clumsy didn't have shoes in one scene.
- Mr Skinny's nose frequently turned yellow and disappeared.