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Terence's Double Trouble

Terence's Double Trouble

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  • Cartoon Characters: Reg, Terence, Tubb, Finbar, Amelia, Sploshy, Winona.
  • Voice Actors: John Gordon-Sinclair, Sean Hughes, Maria Darling.
  • Directed By Brian Little.
  • Produced By Jackie Cockle, Jocelyn Stevenson.
  • First Aired about 2003.
  • Originally Aired on BBC BBC2 (UK), CBeebies CBeebies (UK).
  • Running Time: 10 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:


When none of the other Rubbadubbers want to play his games with him, poor Terence feels very left out and dejected. He wonders how things would be if there were...  (more)

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This series aired in the United States on Nick Jr. from September 2003 to January 2004.

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