A season three episode of The Littlest Hobo, titled "Forget Me Not", was set in Canada's Wonderland. The episode featured guest stars Joanna Pettet as Cynthia Masters, and Richard Fitzpatrick as Dr. Fowles. Pettet was a once-promising star, while Fitzpatrick was then a new character actor, he has since racked up almost 150 screen credits.
Originally running from 1963 to 1965, the episode was part of the series' second run, from 1979 to 1985 on CTV. The second run included guest appearances by various Hollywood stars, like Star Trek's DeForrest Kelley and Tiny Tom Donuts fan Mike Myers.
Episode plot[edit | edit source]
The day before Canada's Wonderland is schedule to open, young park manager Cynthia Masters has a car accident, and is hospitalised with a concussion. Suffering from amnesia and confusion, she manages to leave the hospital without permission, wandering to the theme park. Masters is admitted to the park, as security doesn't realise her condition. London, the dog refered to as the Littlest Hobo, enters the theme park in an attempt to keep her out of danger, while trying to alert other workers to her condition.