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Pairs (2001) Episode 76- The Hoobs Cartoon Episode Guide Pairs

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The Jim Henson Company Limited, DECODE Entertainment Inc., Jonathan M. Shiff Productions (Live Action): Donald Austen, Brian Herring, John Eccleston Richard Bradley Mellie Buise, Sue Taylor, Julia Weinstein Jake Bernard, Lindsey Dillion-Massey
  • 2001
  • The Jim Henson Company Limited, DECODE Entertainment Inc., Jonathan M. Shiff Productions
  • Channel 4 Television Corporation
  • The Hoobs Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Iver, Hubba Hubba, Groove, Roma, Tula, Tootle, Twang, Timp.
  • Vocal Talent: (Live Action): Donald Austen (Iver), Brian Herring (Hubba Hubba, Groove), John Eccleston (Groove [2001-2002]), Gillie Robic (Roma), Julie Westwood (Tula), Wim Booth (Tootle), Mark Jefferis (Twang), Rebecca Nagan (Timp).
  • Directed By Richard Bradley.
  • Produced By Mellie Buise, Sue Taylor.
    Co-Producer: Julia Weinstein.
  • Animated By Mike Beaulieu, Matthew Otto.
  • Written By Jan Page.
  • Edited By Jake Bernard, Lindsey Dillion-Massey.

Additional Crew:



  • Dubbing Mixer: Dan Green.
  • Puppetry: John Eccleston.

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Iver's seen a Tiddlypeep in one place and then seen the same Tiddlypeep somewhere else! But how can a Tiddlypeep be in two places at the same time?

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