Willy Fog - Around The World In 80 Days: The Complete Collection Box Set (5 Disc DVD Boxset) £6.93 delivered @ Asda Ent - HotUKDeals
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All 26 episodes of the family favourite cartoon series!

When Willy Fog accepts a wager from four fellow members of the reform club to travel around the world in eighty days, he cannot have forseen what lies in front for him. Travelling with his valet Rigodon and the tiny Tico, Fog believes that his journey against the clock is possible using only scheduled train and shipping services.

But two unknown enemies are determined to stop him. One enemy is the disguise artist Transfer, who has been hired by Sullivan - one of the club members who bet against Fog - to stop Fog from winning his bet by all possible means. The other is Inspector Dix of The Yard, who mistakenly wants to arrest Fog for a recent bank robbery...

Special Features
* Bonus episodes of 'Dogtanian And The Three Muskehounds' and 'Arthur And The Square Knights Of The Round Table'
* Character biographies
* Theme tune lyrics
* Region 0
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#1
fond memories of this.
#2
I'll get you next time, Willy Fogg...
;-)
#3
It just doesn't seem as good, watching it as a 29year old instead of as a 7 year old... dunno why :)
#4
I maked heat but wont buy as I want this to remain how I loved it as a child
#5
I thought it stood up pretty well over time. Much like dogtanian, I still like that. Battle of the planets however was a lot worse than I remember!
#6
Good price. But like the other posters, I think I will leave this one. I remember really loving this series and would probably think it was utter pants if I watched it now.
#7
Use to like watching this also got home early to watch these too (wish i was 7 yrs old again)
mysterious cities of gold,
dogtanian and the three muskehounds
Dungeons and dragons
Ulysee's
#8
Has it got subtitles?

I might like to use for teaching english with if it does...
#9
Mysterious cities of gold is something I aint seen in years, I might have a look for it.

Been quite a few dungeon and dragon deals but never bothered to get them as they never actually finished it properly. Remember reading on a website years ago that it turned out Vengar was dungeon masters son but had lost his way and the final episode was supposed to be them getting vengar to see this but I still think they never went home in the end.

In fact which came first Dungeons and Dragons or Quantum Leap? Even Eric had the 'Oh Boy' catchphrase I think.
#10
great series, I had the songsheet signed by Andy Peters.
#11
dave smith
great series, I had the songsheet signed by Andy Peters.


I remember getting that too :oops: i was ultra excited at the time :-D
#12
hairychad
It just doesn't seem as good, watching it as a 29year old instead of as a 7 year old... dunno why :)


Well I guess when we were 7 year old we weren't remotely interested in the Hollyoaks babes annual calendar either...:roll:
#13
surboy
Well I guess when we were 7 year old we weren't remotely interested in the Hollyoaks babes annual calendar either...:roll:


nope but i was interested in Shera (Heman's cousin):p
#14
hairychad
It just doesn't seem as good, watching it as a 29year old instead of as a 7 year old... dunno why :)


I disagree....I'm 25 :oops:
#15
IMHO, this one does stand the test of time.

MCOG, is also brilliant (great for watching on your psp, ipod...etc on the way to/from work)
As with others, Ulysses, D&D, Dogtanian & Thundercats are still great....Battle of the Planets is still good...but does'nt seem quite as good as when I was a kid.

The ones I really want though are Centurions, the Drak Pack and Godzilla! I think you can get The Drak Pack on DVD in Canada, but I've never seen Centurions or Godzilla on DVD.
#16
^^ Centurions! That plus Willy Fog were classics! My all time favourite was Jace And The Wheeled Warriors though, I wonder if he ever found his Dad?
Also Visionaries!

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