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Rainbow Brite(1984 - 1985)
Rainbow Brite originated as a Hallmark character and soon starred in her own animated TV series in December 1984. The 13-episode series started on another planet, when a girl called Wisp discovers an end to the universe's dark times through the Rainbow Belt and becomes the keeper of color. Thus her...
Rainbow(1972 - 1992)
Rainbow ran on ITV for 20 years, mostly at lunchtimes. It became one of the highest rating childrens shows of all time and one of most enduringly popular. After over 1500 shows, Rainbow came to an end in 1992, but the show remains a massive success with people of all ages.
The Rag Trade(1961 - 1963)
The Rag Trade is a British television sitcom transmitted by the BBC between 1961 and 1963. The scripts were by Ronald Wolfe and Ronald Chesney, who later wrote Wild, Wild Women, a period variation of The Rag Trade'. The action centred on a small clothing workshop (the title associates with the...
Rags to Riches(1987 - 1988)
A wealthy widowed businessman adopts five daughters to live with him at his mansion.
The Raggy Dolls(1987 - 1989)
The raggy doll is a group a misfit dolls who have been rejected by Their factory owner and live in a Reject box having many adventures from their isolated exsistance.
Radioactive(1998 - 2001)
This series deals a bunch of teenagers in High School (should be in Grade 12 by the end of the third season), who runs a Radio Broadcasts about news around the school, and contains edutainment shows and factors and music. In all three seasons, George Goodwin, Morgan Leigh, Tanya Panda, Blaire Resnic...
The Raccoons(1985 - 1992)
Cartoon about the misadventures of Bert Raccoon and his friends who together try stop stop the greedy Aardvark Cyril Sneer from destroying the Evergreen Forest. The series was a spin-off from the popular tv specials The Christmas Raccoons (80), The Raccoons On Ice (81), The Raccoons and the Lost St...
Rab C Nesbitt(1989 - 1999)
Rab C Nesbitt has an opinion on anything and everything; put foward in a way that only Rab can. He is possibly the only person on the planet for whom the phrase "dysfunctional family" is regarded as a compliment. His theories may have as many holes as his string vest, and ther's alot more life in th...
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