Set in pre-historic times this delightful and amusing series stars an energetic young dinosaur called Moschops. Together with his friend Ally they embark on amazing adventures meeting up with their other pals along the way: Uncle Rex Mrs Kerry Big Grandfather Diplodocus Mr Icthysaurus and of course Flower - a mystical plant! Episodes 1. Ally Takes to the Air 2. Wheels Within Wheels 2. Moschops' Garden 4. Moschops' Party 5. Just Like Me
Sam Marlowe travels to the States with the intention of convincing his aunt to let him rent out her summer house in England. But when the aunt discovers that Eustace Sam's cousin is planning to secretly marry she sends them back to England. On the return trip Sam meets and falls for Eustace's ex-fiancee Billie with hilarious results. Adapted from the P.G. Wodehouse novel.
The classic J.M. Barrie tale as told by Jan Francis.
The Water Babies tells the story of Tom, a chimney sweep who gets framed for theft in 1850s England. Even though a young girl named Ellie knows the real thieves' identities and tries to clear Tom's name, Tom's desperate escape run lands him right in the middle of Dead Man's Pool. Assumed to have met certain death, Tom gets sucked into a magical underwater world. Tom befriends the creatures he meets beneath the sea, and they accompany him on a journey to the land of Water Babies, where he intends to ask the all-powerful Cracken to help him return to the world above the water. However, when Tom finally does manage to return to land, life is far from idyllic as he must set out clear his name and trap the real thieves. Many adults possess fond memories of seeing this 1978 movie as children. The land portions of this musical feature live-action footage, while the water sequence is fully animated. To a fresh, modern audience, the abrupt change from one format to the other is somewhat disconcerting, as is the choppy, older animation style. The story, based on the classic children's book of the same name by Charles Kingsley, is an intriguing look at both Victorian culture and the fantasy world. (Ages 4-8) --Tami Horiuchi, Amazon.com
This fully animated collection of films celebrates the most exciting day in every child's life one which happily returns every year! Featuring stories from best-loved children's writers and illustrators such as Shirley Hughes Helen Oxenbury Allan Ahlberg and Michael Foreman each episode has its very own birthday theme. Episodes comprise: 1. Badger's Bring-Something Party 2. It's My Birthday 3. The Trouble With Jack 4. How Many Days Until My Birthday 5. Elephant Pie 6. Bear's Surprise 7. Surprise! Surprise!
Fun with Moschops.
In this hilarious programme we revisit some of Ronnie Barker's funniest moments from an illustrious career that has made him one of Britain's best loved comedy heroes. Laugh again at some of the best sketches ever written for television and a few that may have escaped you from his earlier career. In addition to archive interviews with Mr Barker himself we also hear the first hand reflections of his long term partner Ronnie Corbett and others he starred with such as Terry Wogan Erik Sykes Bernard Cribbins and Lynda Baron who all pay tribute to the comic genius that was Ronnie Barker. Although sadly missed Ronnie Barker will continue to entertain us on TV screens for years to come via the comic legacy that is The Two Ronnies Going Straight Open All Hours Porridge and much more.
The adventures of brave little pig Wilbur and Charlotte the friendly spider...
The legendary Peter Cushing stars in two thrilling big screen adventures of the beloved BBC serial that captured the imagination of the world. A huge hit on release these films remain classic British Sci-Fi movies all self-respecting Dr. Who and sci-fi fans shouldn't be without them attractively packaged with additional high quality film memorabilia. This Classic Collection box set will include: DVD of 'Doctor Who And The Daleks' DVD of 'Dalek Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.' two collectible film Senitypes'' (image from the film and 35mm film frame) two original full colour printed theatrical campaign brochures one from each film; plus an in-pack free rolled cinema poster (one sheet) offer of each film.
Four stories for children taken from the hugely popular and fondly remembered television series: 'Peter Pan' (read by Jan Francis) 'Alice's Adventures In Wonderland' (read by Penelope Wilton) 'Alice Through The Looking Glass' (read by Peter Davison) and 'Charlotte's Web' (read by Connie Booth).
This adorable animated collection of stories, celebrates the most exciting day in every child's life, one which happily returns every year! Featuring stories from the best-loved children's writers and illustrators, each with its very own birthday theme.Badger's Bring-Something Party.It's My Birthday.The Trouble With Jack.How Many Days To My Birthday?Elephant Pie.Bear's Birthday.Surprise! Surprise!
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