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Smiffys launches new licensed preschool dress-up

R H Smith and Sons, the proud owner of the Smiffys costume brand, has announced new licensed costume ranges for a selection of classic children’s television series: Danger Mouse, Wind in the Willows and Rainbow.

The new lines will include costumes, masks and associated accessories for the iconic and nostalgic preschool series Rainbow, Cosgrove Hall’s timeless stop-frame animated series Wind in the Willows and the world’s greatest secret agent Danger Mouse.

“We are thrilled to be collaborating with Boat Rocker Rights on these nostalgic licensed properties,” said director Dominique Peckett. “We cannot wait to bring a host of colourful new characters to life through these exciting dress-up ranges, which will be a welcome addition to our award-winning collection.”

Caroline High, licensing director at Boat Rocker Rights also commented on the deal, saying: “We are delighted that Smiffys has licensed these iconic properties that appeal to young and old alike. We cannot wait to see entire families dressed up as their favourite characters from our classic shows!”

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