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The Grand Old Duke Of York

The Grand Old Duke Of York

The Grand Old Duke Of York (1980) The Grand Old Duke Of York

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Cosgrove Hall Productions
  • Distributed by: Thames Television
  • Cartoon Characters: Robin Cockle, Rosie Cockle, Dad (Christopher Cockle), Mum (Helen Cockle), Mr. Shipham, Gran Routy, Fury the Donkey, Ben Gunn.
  • Voice Actors: Brian Trueman.
  • Directed By Jackie Cockle.
  • Produced By Mark Hall, Brian Cosgrove.
  • Music: David Rohl, Stuart J. Wolstenholme.
  • Editor: John McManus, Ellis Ward.
  • Originally Released in May 4, 1980 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 10 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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The children are in the kitchen making lots of noise singing the nursery rhyme "The Grand Old Duke of York." They are so busy using pots and pans that they do not...  (more)

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104 ten-minute episodes were produced between 1980 and 1986.

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