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The King (1985) Episode 2- Bill The Minder Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • Bill The Minder Cartoon Episode GuideEpisode GuideTelevisionSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Bevanfield Films, Link Licensing, Ltd.
  • Cartoon Characters: Bill, Boadicea, Chad.
  • Voice Actors: Peter Chelsom.
  • Directed By Timothy Forder.
  • Produced By Mary Swindale.
  • Animated By Mike Davies, Peter Hale, Bill Lee.
  • Music: Barrie Guard.
  • Editor: Mike Murray.
  • First Aired about 1985.
  • Originally Aired on ITV ITV (UK).
  • Running Time: 15 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:


Bill, Boadicea and Chad find an old King hiding in a pile of straw. His subjects had come to hold him in such awe that even his ministers were reluctant to bother...  (more)

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Shown in the PBS anthology series, "Long Ago & Far Away" in 1990. Originally a series of 15 5-minute episodes aired in 1985, Bill the Minder is a (loose) adaptation of William Heath Robinson's...  (more)

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