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Somewhere in the dark and nasty regions where nobody goes, stands an ancient castle. Deep within this dank and uninviting place lives Berk, overworked servant of the thing upstairs. But that's nothing compared to the horrors that lurk beneath The Trapdoor. For there is always something down there, in the dark, waiting to come out. Don't you open that Trapdoor. You're a fool if you dare! The Trap Door contains 40 episodes of the popular children’s series.

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2 Likes #1
One of my absolute faves growing up!

BONEY!
2 Likes #2
Globits that's good!
#3
I used to love Trap Door.... might get it for my nephews... think they'll enjoy...
2 Likes #4
one of the better kids shows of that time..with Willie Rushden if I'm correct
4 Likes #5
BERK !!! FEEEEEED MEEEE !!!! Awesome telly !
3 Likes #6
heat added because TRAPDOOR!
#7
Hello Berk, my names Rog! Love this show!
3 Likes #8
Don't you open that TRAPDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOR



Coz there's somethin' down there....
#9
I was just scrolling down and saw this and had a flashback, I seem to remember this from when I was younger (I'm 25) is it possible that this was also a game on the commodore ?
#10
Spongie! Spongie come back I was only playing!
2 Likes #11
GimmiSomeOfThat
I was just scrolling down and saw this and had a flashback, I seem to remember this from when I was younger (I'm 25) is it possible that this was also a game on the commodore ?

Yup :)http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-I2SOvsD-qtQ/URAT49YURsI/AAAAAAAALGc/f4rjhBOC0S0/s280/td01.pngp
#12
LOVED TrapDoor!
3 Likes #13
Its bonking time!
#14
I loved trap door!
#15
dont you open that tttrrraaaaaap ddoooooor there mite be something down there "oh memories"

Edited By: BUCKUM2 on Dec 16, 2014 23:28
#16
definatly c64...burk!! bring me a can of worms,mind you it ran at 5 fps or something.


Edited By: false prophet on Dec 16, 2014 23:52
#17
I used to love this show too and I also recall the game on my Spectrum. I Had a Trap Door poster set in a tube which took me weeks to colour in because I wanted to get them all perfect! Very tempted to order this, but what is the chance of watching it now and it seems poor by today's standards? Bit disapointing when that happens....

I showed my kids a couple of episodes of He-Man recently and they weren't interested at all! Going to try Dungeons and Dragons next
#18
classique!
#19
Ninjin00
GimmiSomeOfThat
I was just scrolling down and saw this and had a flashback, I seem to remember this from when I was younger (I'm 25) is it possible that this was also a game on the commodore ?

Yup :)http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-I2SOvsD-qtQ/URAT49YURsI/AAAAAAAALGc/f4rjhBOC0S0/s280/td01.pngp

Yeah, I never watched the show so I had no idea what was actually going on in the game, but collecting random worms and other things was still fun. :)
#20
Absolutely loved this show as a kid, thanks for the heads up OP god I have spent some this Christmas. Guys if you love this sort of stuff reminiscing on old shows there's a Facebook page I love https://www.facebook.com/CultKidsTv
#21
This DVD is in the 4 for £10 offer.
#22
I loved this show
#23
Classic!
#24
Somewhere in the dark and nasty regions, where nobody goes, stands an ancient castle. Deep within this dank and uninviting place, lives Berk... "Ello!" - overworked servant of the Thing Upstairs... "Berk! Feed me!"... But that's nothing compared to the horrors that lurk beneath the Trap Door... for there is always something down there, in the dark, waiting to come out!
#25
Morph's in there somewhere!
#26
A bargain at twice the price - every household should have a copy of this! Great spot OP!
#27
GimmiSomeOfThat
I was just scrolling down and saw this and had a flashback, I seem to remember this from when I was younger (I'm 25) is it possible that this was also a game on the commodore ?
yes, there was a computer game and also a board game. all time classic tv :)
#28
21benson
I used to love this show too and I also recall the game on my Spectrum. I Had a Trap Door poster set in a tube which took me weeks to colour in because I wanted to get them all perfect! Very tempted to order this, but what is the chance of watching it now and it seems poor by today's standards? Bit disapointing when that happens....I showed my kids a couple of episodes of He-Man recently and they weren't interested at all! Going to try Dungeons and Dragons next
Have no fear, Trap Door has not dated at all due to its humour - unlike Heman, Thundercats etc which always lacked humour. And if your kids don't get it, YOU still will! :)
#29
trap door, raggy dolls and button moon deals, someone wants their childhood back lol
#30
Brilliant cartoon and the game was very good as well.

You can play it with a Speccy emulator.
#31
Heat just Coz it's awesome
1 Like #32
Edward_Nigma
Its bonking time!

I loves a bit of bonking.
#33
Edward_Nigma
Its bonking time!

"I luvs a bit of bonkin'"

haha classic clip!
#34
Thanks, ordered. Great show, will get my little girl watching over Xmas. X
#35
Another example of the great 80's and early 90's cartoons. Good find. Hot.

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