Why did Bungle put pyjamas on to go to bed but not wear anything in the daytime? Presumably, the Producers felt that walking around naked all day was perfectly acceptable on Children's TV in the 1970's?
I have to say I feel very sorry for Geoffrey's kids (if he had any). Having to face their friends at school, with a parent who made a complete arse of himself every day on national television, must have been a complete nightmare.
Brilliant. Not really aimed at children, but I just had to mention it. John Cleese as Basil Fawlty was a comic genius and Andrew Sachs as Manuel made this program into a comedy classic.
I still find this program hilarious every time it's repeated.
Brian Cant - what a star!
HONG KONG PHOOEY
It never ceased to amaze me why....
The Police Station employed a dog as a Janitor and didn't seem to think it was particularly unusual.
They seemed unable to make a connection between Hong Kong Phooey and the Janitor looking remarkably similar.
The whole concept of Trumptonshire was brilliant. The puppets, the music and Brian Cant's narration and singing made this my all-time favourite Children's TV Classic.
THE MAGIC ROUNDABOUT
Serge Danot's creation translated into English and narrated by Eric Thompson. I could never quite figure out..
What species of animal Zebedee actually was.
Why you never saw any buildings.
Why everyone had the same Afro haircut.
The stories of Great Uncle Bulgaria, Tobermory, Tomsk, Orinoco, Wellington, Bungo and Madame Cholet from Wimbledon Common.