The Tomfoolery Show (Series)
A show devoted to the nonsense poems of Edward Lear, Lewis Carroll, Gelett Burgess and Ogden Nash, as well as "Laugh-In"-style sight gags.
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17 episodes were made, which ran through September 4, 1971. The first time that Rankin/Bass employed Halas and Batchelor Animation for a show. Some of the background music was reused from such... (more)
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The Tomfoolery Show
|Comments By: Sheepy32|
I must have been about five and this was definitely my favourite cartoon. I suppose 90% of it must have passed over my head, but what the heck, it had exploding eggs, a goldfish on stilts, the yonghi bonghi bo, who unleashed FIRE, FLOODS, EARTHQUAKES and... (read more)
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The Tomfoolery Show
|Comments By: pocreations|
I was 9 years old when this was on. I can't find anyone else who remembers anything about this show. I remember it as an anarchic mish mash of a slam dash wham bam thank you ma'am. And they also played an animated version of the Jabberwocky (sp?)... (read more)
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