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    Unhappy Catweazle

    Hi! who remembers Catweazle and his toad / frog 'Touchwood', what a briliant programme that was, loved it!!

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    Default Re: Catweazle

    I used to watch it..odd program, called the phone a "telling Bone"
    I was probably too young to really enjoy it,and I've never seen it since..might try and get a DVD or two
    Last edited by sixtyten; 12-03-2007 at 13:50.

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    Default Re: Catweazle

    That used to be my favourite programme as a child. Didn't he live in a disused water tower and call electricity, electrickery? I have a Catweazle book somewhere, shall have to dig it out.

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    Default Re: Catweazle

    Yes, he always seemed dirty and dishevelled but it was great!

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    Default Re: Catweazle

    "Ah by the pricking of my thumbs"

    Didn't the boy live on a farm ?
    Wasn't there a cat ?

    I'm off to search

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    Default Re: Catweazle

    Loved it as a kid, Geoffery Bayldon, he was the Crow man from Worzel Gummage too........and turned down the chance to be Doctor Who....

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    Default Re: Catweazle

    Quote Originally Posted by Oggy View Post
    Loved it as a kid, Geoffery Bayldon, he was the Crow man from Worzel Gummage too........and turned down the chance to be Doctor Who....
    Oh my word Yes he was ! Never made the connection til now !

    Thanks Oggy

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    Default Re: Catweazle

    never seen catweazle but loved wurzle gummidge.
    "Raggy dolls, Raggy Dolls, dolls like you and me" "Raggy Dolls, Raggy Dolls, made imperfectly"

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    Default Re: Catweazle

    ya put a wor after w and a wor ofter o, a wor after r and its away we go................
    Happy memories Aunt Sally

    By the way Aunt Sally ( Una Stubbs that is ) and me mam were born on the same day ! May 1 1937. Sorry Mum

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    Default Re: Catweazle

    Worzel Gummidge was one of those shows I hated as a kid,along with Just William with Bonnie Langford
    and Follyfoot and Black Beauty and Dick Turpin...
    Look-In programmes I call 'em
    Last edited by sixtyten; 13-03-2007 at 23:33.

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