Name of the game...

Twiggy - no that was a model

Twiglet - no - a food snack

Branch? Special Branch

Woody - plank - chip board - MDF - I'll name that tune in two - Game for a laugh - Didn't she do well - Top middle or bottom - They've ran down the Jasmine Allen - Are you sayin my Trevor's not family - Get outta ma parb - Shut that door - nice to see you to see you nice.

 

Oh I don't know   !!!!!!!

Saint posted:

Twiggy - no that was a model

Twiglet - no - a food snack

Branch? Special Branch

Woody - plank - chip board - MDF - I'll name that tune in two - Game for a laugh - Didn't she do well - Top middle or bottom - They've ran down the Jasmine Allen - Are you sayin my Trevor's not family - Get outta ma parb - Shut that door - nice to see you to see you nice.

 

Oh I don't know   !!!!!!!

Saint posted:

Image result for mungo the dog from mary mungo and midge

Ah, now you're talking: Midge from "Mary, Mungo and Midge". 

Not the "classic" Midge shot, though: that has to be of him standing on Mungo's nose and pressing the lift button.

I had a "Mary, Mungo and Midge" jigsaw when I was very young. Obviously you're not aware of it at that age, but it was actually quite a revolutionary series. The main characters lived and had adventures in the big city - not in the clichéd rural idyll that was standard in children's literature and TV at the time. Also, Mary (IIRC) was a single child, with no brother to share adventures with, and she also had a multicultural mix of friends and neighbours. And this was in 1969, remember...

Roxan posted:

If nobody guesses I will post the answer tomorrow but @Baz has the right show!

I know the answer, but I won't post it so as to give someone-else a go.

 

Actually, I'd intended to post a clip of the character in action, but it seems that the only footage of him out there (other than stills) is from the 2D animated series, and he wasn't (IMO) anything like as creepy in that as he was in the original drawings (see OP) or the puppet series.

(It's already been confirmed that Baz had the right series, so I don't think this counts as spoilers...)

Eugene's Lair posted:
Saint posted:

Image result for mungo the dog from mary mungo and midge

Ah, now you're talking: Midge from "Mary, Mungo and Midge". 

Not the "classic" Midge shot, though: that has to be of him standing on Mungo's nose and pressing the lift button.

I had a "Mary, Mungo and Midge" jigsaw when I was very young. Obviously you're not aware of it at that age, but it was actually quite a revolutionary series. The main characters lived and had adventures in the big city - not in the clichéd rural idyll that was standard in children's literature and TV at the time. Also, Mary (IIRC) was a single child, with no brother to share adventures with, and she also had a multicultural mix of friends and neighbours. And this was in 1969, remember...

Well done - I deliberately used an unusual picture of Midge ... who always seemed to have an elegant moustache to me.

Humphrey cushion was rather spooky ... and taking items from his belly didn't help.

Still no further forward on that Rupert character

Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:
Baz posted:
Roxan posted:

Name the show...

🎼 I get past cats so easily with my favorite body swerve 🎤

Hi Roxan Good thread ...but can’t help with that one 

I recognise the line, but can't think from where......for now!

 

P.S. Is it not 'famous' body swerve?

No it's not 

Dame_Ann_Average posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Fingermouse ...... I still believe it's Famous body swerve.

It's Fingerbobs and the line is...   I get past cats so easily with my favourite body swerve

 

I also knew Raggerty, although I would never have got Hector's House it's something my children never watched.




 

Just to solve the dispute https://www.lyricsondemand.com...bobsthemelyrics.html

Roxan posted:
Dame_Ann_Average posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Fingermouse ...... I still believe it's Famous body swerve.

It's Fingerbobs and the line is...   I get past cats so easily with my favourite body swerve

 

I also knew Raggerty, although I would never have got Hector's House it's something my children never watched.




 

Just to solve the dispute https://www.lyricsondemand.com...bobsthemelyrics.html

Doesn't help as Wikipaedia gives both versions!

Roxan posted:

Ok try this, a bit easier maybe....

 

🎼 And what a gentleman, a scholar, what an acrobat! 🎤

Too easy! The programme was given a (slightly) different title in the UK to its American title, but I'm sure we all think of it by the American title because that's what is said throughout the programme.

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