Classroom Distractions (1991) - Spider! Cartoon Episode Guide


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  • Hibbert Ralph Entertainment, BBC Enterprise
  • Distributed by: BBC Enterprises
  • Cartoon Characters: Spider, Little Boy.
  • Voice Actors: Casey Stevenson.
  • Directed By Graham Ralph.
  • Produced By John Cary, Iain Harvey.
  • Animated By Billy Allison, Simon Turner, Steve Hales, Nick Love-Gittins, Tony Garth, Graham Ralph, Kim Stephenson, Allan Bassett, Richard Wake.
  • Music: Richard Warner.
  • Editor: Paul Coppock, Karen Bruce.
  • First Aired on December 12, 1991.
  • Originally Aired on BBC BBC1 (UK).
  • Running Time: 5 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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A musical cartoon series featuring adventures of a spider and a young boy.

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