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Puddle Lane(1985 - 1989)
Puddle Lane (or Tales from Puddle Lane) was a 1980s British pre-school children's television programme written by Rick Vanes with animated stories written by Sheila McCullagh, author of Tim and the Hidden People. A long series of books based on said stories was produced by Ladybird Books, also under...
Magical Fairy Pelsia(1984 - 1987)
Pelsia, a cute ten-year-old girl who grew up among the animals in Africa, is taken back to Japan. She is transported to a magic world where she is given a headband which creates a baton which transforms her into a pretty sixteen-year-old girl with various outfits. She also has two cute magical pets...
Allsorts(1991 - 1994)
Allsorts (also named Gigglish Allsorts) was a Childrens television show that was broadcasted from 1991 to 1994 on CITV, made by Granada Television. It consitied of five main characters, who live in a brightly decorated house with everything in a different colour. It had a worktop, a main sofa and co...
Bailey's Comets(1973 - 1975)
Bailey's Comets was an animated cartoon series for television which ran from September 9th, 1973 to August 31st, 1975 on CBS. It lasted two seasons and was produced by DePatie Freleng Enterprises. The Comets, a Roller Derby team led by Barnaby Bailey, travel the world competing in various events...
My Talk Show(1990 - 1990)
Nutt House(1989 - 1989)
A group of bumbling, staff members,try to make a struggling hotel successful.Starred Harvey Korman and Cloris Leachman.
The Parkers(1999 - 2004)
This show was a spin-off of the popular sitcom Moesha. It shows Kim and Nikki enroll into Santa Monica Junior College in Santa Monica, California. While Kim was initially bothered by the thought of her mother attending college with her, she eventually came to accept it, and they both grew closer bec...
The New Show(1984 - 1984)
Route 66(1993 - 1993)
Remake of the classic show
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