The Chives Catch Colds (1968) - The Herbs Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • The Herbs Cartoon Episode GuideEpisode GuideTelevisionSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Unknown Studio
  • Cartoon Characters: Parsley the Lion, Dill the Dog, Sir Basil, Sage the Owl, Lady Rosemary, Bayleaf the Gardener, Constable Knapweed, Signor Solidago, Pashana Bedi, Bella Donna the Evil Witch, Tarragon the Dragon, Mr. Onion, Mrs. Onion, The Chives, Aunt Mint, Miss Jessop.
  • First Aired about 1968.
  • Originally Aired on BBC BBC2 (UK).
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

Parsley rings the School bell. It is time for the chives to go to school. Whilst doing their sums they all start sneezing and coughing. The Chives have caught a cold. Parsley rings the bell for Aunt Mint to come. Aunt Mint think Parsley has messed up the knitting...  (more)

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Stop-Motion animation.

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