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William's Wish Wellingtons

 

William's Wish Wellingtons

William's Wish Wellingtons
Format Children's
Starring Andrew Sachs
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of episodes 26
Production
Running time 5 minutes
Production companies Hibbert Ralph Entertainment
Broadcast
Original channel CBBC
Original run 25 October 1994 – 28 November 1997

William's Wish Wellingtons is an animated BBC children's television series made by Hibbert Ralph Entertainment (the creators of Spider) that was first aired from 25 October 1994 to 28 November 1997. It was narrated by Andrew Sachs of Fawlty Towers fame. It was also translated into Gaelic and aired as Botannan Araid Uilleim on BBC Two Scotland during the morning. It was also shown on the American TV show Big Bag

Synopsis

When William's Mum (Sue Bradley) bought him a new pair of boots he discovered a note inside: "These are Wish Wellingtons, put them on and make a wish." William Stevenson could now wish himself anywhere in the world or ask for anything he wanted - which sometimes got him into a spot of bother.

The series comprised 26 (5-minute) episodes - 13 in 1994 and a further 13 in 1996.

Directed by Graham Ralph, and Animation by Mark Mason.

The first series was made available on a BBC video entitled "William and Barksure" (BBCV 5666), and the second series on another BBC video entitled "William Hood" (BBCV 5904),

Episodes

  • William and Barksure
  • Shrinking William
  • William The Conkeror
  • Pirate William
  • William's Big Tidy Up
  • William To The Rescue
  • Sir William
  • Sweet William
  • William and the Whale
  • William and the Alien
  • Wild West William
  • William and the Penguin
  • William and the Wrong Feet
  • Circus William
  • William Hood
  • William and the Pirate's Wreck
  • William of Arabia
  • William and the Genie
  • Jurassic William
  • William and the Sheep
  • Jungle William
  • Sherlock William
  • Ancient William
  • Storyteller William
  • King William
  • William and the Friendly Ghost

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • BBC Programmes
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