The Biggest Ever Pre-School Video was released by Tempo Video on 7th June 1993.
- 1 The Biggest Ever Pre-School Video Episodes and Programme Details
- 2 Credits
- 2.1 Junglies
- 2.2 Bump
- 2.3 The Adventures of Parsley
- 2.4 Broomstick Cottage
- 2.5 Huxley Pig
- 2.6 Little Miss
- 2.7 The Raggy Dolls
- 2.8 Anytime Tales
- 2.9 The Adventures of Paddington
- 2.10 Will Quack Quack
- 2.11 Wimpole Village
- 2.12 Tell Me A Story
- 2.13 Favourite Nursery Rhymes
- 3 Trailers and info
The Biggest Ever Pre-School Video Episodes and Programme Details[edit | edit source]
"Spot Goes to School" and "Spot in the Woods", Two lightly Adventurers of Spot, the World's Favourite Lovable Puppy.
- The Junglies
"Say Cheese Everyone" and "Flying South". There's lots of island antics to enjoy with the Junglies in these two lively adventures.
"Bump's Lost Button" and "Bump and the Clouds". These two gentle adventures with Bump and his friends will delight all young children.
- The Herbs
"Pashana Bedhi, The Snake Charmer" and "Sage's Singing Lesson". As usual there's trouble in the Herb Garden in these two classic adventures.
- Broomstick Cottage
"The Monstrous Marrow" and "On the Roof". Mr Bobbin has a few problems with his prize marrow and moving house in these two hilarious stories.
- Huxley Pig
"Huxley Pig's Home Movie" and "Huxley Pig and the Village Fete". Huxley's daydreaming takes him on two new adventures.
- Mr Men and Little Miss
"Little Miss Splendid" and "Little Miss Neat" feature in their very own stories.
- The Raggy Dolls
"The Old Clock Lady" and "The Stolen Parrot", Starring Sad Sack, Back-To-Front and Princess in two rag-tastic adventures in the reject bin.
- Anytime Tales
"I Want My Potty" and "Two Can Toucan". A princess who is fed up with nappies and a bird with no name are the stars of these two programmes.
- Paddington Bear
"Keeping Fit" and "Paddington and the Mystery Box". Paddington's curiousity gets the better of him in these two amusing tales.
- The Adventures of Parsley
"The Egg" and "The Nap". Two more classic adventures with Parsley the Lion.
- Tales of Aesop
"The Quack Frog" and "The Hares and the Treasure". Two traditional stories with a moral, narrated by Tom Baker.
- Will Quack Quack
"The Coal House" and "Cousin Percy". Will Quack Quack, the naughty little duck is in trouble again in these two entertaining adventures.
- Wimpole Village
"The Nasty Gale" and "Adventure Camp". Join in the fun with all your favourite characters from Wimpole Village in these two lively adventures.
- Postman Pat
taken from "Postman Pat's ABC Story", Leaning is fun with Postman Pat and Tom Pottage, taken from Postman Pat's ABC Video.
- Tell Me a Story
"Jack and the Beanstalk" and "Dick Whittington". Two traditional tales for all young children to enjoy.
- Favourite Nursery Rhymes
A lively selection of nursery rhymes taken from the video, "One Two Buckle My Shoe and Other Favourite Rhymes".
Credits[edit | edit source]
The Adventures of Spot ("Spot Goes to School" and "Spot in the Woods")
- From the books by Eric Hill.
- Produced by King Rollo Films Ltd.
- Voice by Paul Nicholas.
- Music by Duncn Lamont.
- © 1986 King Rollo Films Ltd.
Junglies[edit | edit source]
Bump[edit | edit source]
The Adventures of Parsley[edit | edit source]
- Written by Michael Bond.
- Produced by FilmFair London.
Broomstick Cottage[edit | edit source]
- A Dabble film by Barry Jackson, Michael Mellor and Barnard Reyner.
- Storyteller: Keith Railton.
Huxley Pig[edit | edit source]
Little Miss[edit | edit source]
The Raggy Dolls[edit | edit source]
Anytime Tales[edit | edit source]
("I'm Coming To Get You")[edit | edit source]
("Twocan Toucan")[edit | edit source]
The Adventures of Paddington[edit | edit source]
Will Quack Quack[edit | edit source]
"(The Coal House)"[edit | edit source]
- Originally Created by Jennie Thomas and J.O. Williams.
- Written by Urien Wiliam and Illustrated by Beth McFall.
- Narrated by Myfanwy Talog.
- Animation and Layouts by Rose Welch.
- Storyboards by Beth McFall.
- Backgrounds by Joan Bradshaw.
- Traced and Painted by Soft Cels (Cartoon Graphics).
- Checked by Anne Kotch.
- Edited at Teliesyn by Wil Oswald and Jane Brewer.
- Recording Directed by Atsain Ltd.
- Rostrum Camera by Graham Orrin Rostrums.
- Music Composed by Iolo Jones.
- Musical Director: Mike Townend.
- Music Produced by Ambarel Ltd.
- Production Co-ordinator: Penelope Middelboe.
- Produced by Robin Lyons.
- Designed and Directed by Beth McFall.
- Produced in Wales for S4C by Siriol Animation Ltd., Cardiff.
- © MENTRAU Cyf. 1984.
Wimpole Village[edit | edit source]
"Adventure Camp"[edit | edit source]
- Written and Created by Peter Kingston.
- Narration and Voices by Timbo.
- Illustrations by Peter and Lisa Kingston.
- Edited by Jason Yardley and Crispin Green.
- Music by Tony Kinsey.
- Sound Dubbing by John Woods Studios.
- Rostrum Camera on by Rory Cantwell.
- Produced by Ross Cameron.
- Directed by Tom Morrish.
- Production by Videola Ltd.
- An East End Films Production ©.
Postman Pat's ABC
- Designed and Directed by Ivor Wood.
- Written by John Cunliffe.
- Animation and Backgrounds by Derek Mogford and Ivor Wood.
- Narrated by Ken Barrie.
- Music by Bryan Daly.
- Film Editor: Martin Bohan.
- Sound by Steve Bray.
- Produced by Woodland Animations Ltd 1990.
Tell Me A Story[edit | edit source]
Favourite Nursery Rhymes[edit | edit source]
Trailers and info[edit | edit source]
- The Tempo Pre-School video titles advert from 1991.
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