13 EPISODES of sepia soft toy sophistry
STRICTLY RATIONED pre-home entertainment system helpings of Walt's supposedly greatest hits, reserved initially for Christmas but later to become a schmaltzy schedule...
SUBLIME SIMPERING nonsense that began as an animated campaign to promote North Sea oil.
JACK WILD is Jimmy, owner of golden talking flute named Freddie much sought after by freaky gorgon Witchiepoo BILLIE HAYES.
TO BE FRANK, after ROOBARB and NOAH AND NELLY a bit of a comedown from the Godfrey studio.
"Hey, I've got a great idea for a cartoon! Why not take some old classic book, one that's out of copyright, and...
UNBELIEVABLY TARDY travails of cut-out couldn't-be-arsed feline.
LUNCHTIME, NEW Year’s Day, 1973, and what do we find? “This is Mr. Pipkin’s workshop. Come on in and look around. See...
VAGUELY-REMEMBERED SERIES based on Danny Kaye's Walter Mitty character
FRITTERSOME FIVE-MINUTER about a group of rats living in the skirting board
OFF THE BACK OF two nationwide stocking filler longplayers, Henry VIII, Inspector Clouseau and Margo Leadbetter recite comic songs about sentient animals...
THE EDGAR MICE-BURROWS (according to the Ed "Stewpot" Stewart annual) story subject to the usual Filmation cut 'n' paste treatment.
JOHNNY MORRIS was on hand with his repertoire of two animal voices for this highly suspect real animal story.
THICKO TARZAN-ALIKE and his well-spoken English gorilla chum ("Somebody within stone's throw again!") do the usual crap Jay Ward wisecrackery.
GUITAR-WIELDING WUNDERKIND MIKE AMATT helmed this romp about his titular pet dog Mop and cat Smiff
SUB-STANDARD SORTIE from GET IT TOGETHER, were such a thing feasible, and with this being the 1970s it most certainly was. No...
"IN THE days before Monkey, primal chaos reigned..." You said it.
MORE FUTURISTIC folly, this time involving space rebel types hooking up with present day kids and, well, transplanting their dying leader's mind...
MOUTHORGAN-THEMED TALES of speech-impaired dog deputy sheriff and tussles with Muskie (a muskrat), Vince (short-sighted mole) and racoon amusingly named Ty Coon.
"HE'S NOT your average teenage kid - unless you call a kid who turns into a wacky werewolf average!"
A LATE and low-key entry in the considerable Postgate canon
FIVE MINUTE cartoon fillers featuring recidivist wooden fish swimming in a river with swishy cellophane plants.
CARTOON ADAPTATION of the orridge '60s cartoons by "Graham" about the loveable thinks-out-loud Bassett hound, his nutzo terrier mate and pointy-nosed owner.
DUBBED DOPEY Gallic glove puppetry
An animated detective pooch with a bashed hat and a knackered hunting horn.
DEREK GRIFFITHS at the peak of his powers
MARIONETTE ESCAPADES of a boy elephant
LOLLOPING LASSIE/LITTLEST HOBO heroic dogathon, only this time - hey! - the dog commentates on the action!
MISERABLE BASTARD MICHAEL PARKINSON of all people did this series about some old-fashioned Yorkshire dog-things called John Wooley, Elton and Gaylord.
DOUGLAS ADAMS-PENNED Dutch cartoon of Doolittlesque Snuggles MD
LESSER-KNOWN FARE from the dependable ROOBARB stable
VERY MUCH old school cod liver oil-esque educationalism with doddery old ventriloquist TERRY HALL and eponymous mangy cat, both of who had...
SID AND Marty Krofft, the costumiers/puppeteers who designed the BANANA SPLITS and brought the world of HR PUFNSTUF to life, also exported...
WORLD'S MOST famous sporter of the duffle coat until L. Gallagher.
SPIFFY, A fastidious cat, shares a flat with Fleabag, a slobby dog.
ANTHROPOMORPHIC PAPER puppetry.
MILD-MANNERED MENAGERIE of human foes masquerading as zany zoo awareness initiative that went the way of, well, zoos.
Half-hearted HEADS AND TAILS wannabe plus dreary animation.
RALPH MCTELL was aided by various female second fiddles in this letter-by-letter song and illustrated storyathon with Holly the Hedgehog.
SCRATCHY ANDERSONIA from before Gerry worked out how to make the strings look less like massive fuck-off copper wires.