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Fingerbobs - Complete Series DVD £2.83 + Free Delivery @ Base
Fingerbobs - Complete Series DVD £2.83 + Free Delivery @ Base

Fingerbobs - Complete Series DVD £2.83 + Free Delivery @ Base

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Yoffy lifts a finger... and you're guaranteed all sorts of fun! Yoffy is the hirsute hippy host of Fingermouse's fabulous adventures, gifted with the ability to bring all manner of characters and stories to life using bits of paper and some rather fetching pairs of gloves...

Thrill at the adventures of the intrepid rodent Fingermouse and cheer as he finds props for Yoffy's stories! Witness the steadfast seagull Gulliver take flight, and enjoy slow tortoise Flash's sluggish journeys across ficticious lands! If you enjoyed watching Fingerbobs as a kid, you'll love watching it now! So sit back and enjoy all the episodes ever made in this groovy trip back in time!

Fingerbobs karaoke
The history of Fingerbobs
Create your own Fingerbob!
Fingerbob jazz club
Interactive Menu
Scene Access

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I remember this, I think it was one of the first things I was into when I was tiny. I wonder if it's held up like Button Moon.

Classic stuff!

Yoffy lifts a finger
and a mouse is there.
Lifts another finger
and a seagull takes the air..


Not that I ever watched it lol. :oops:

wasnt this guy in a band called meal ticket?

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wasnt this guy in a band called meal ticket?



"Rick Jones was one of the best-known faces on BBC children's television programmes during the 1970s.

Canadian by birth, he began his TV career as a presenter of Playschool, a daily programme for pre-school children, in which he played guitar and sang. In 1972, he became the star of Fingerbobs another popular show for younger children, in which Jones created characters from finger puppets made of paper.

He went to have success as a musician (keyboards/vocals) fronting the British country rock band Meal Ticket. "

:thumbsup: Oh I loved this when I was lickle. The man who wrote this also writes The Tweenies and Fun Song Factory (Iain Mclauglin sp?)

I`m not sure if i`ve got this already...may have to buy.:thumbsup:
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