Vision On (1965–1976)

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A show presenting art projects and pantomime performances oriented for a hearing impaired youth audience.

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Tony Hart ...
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Pat Keysell ...
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This engaging children's television series, with signing for the deaf, involves a creative group consisting of a woman and two men who can turn paint splashed on a wall into coherent images of art and who always manage to invent ingenious gadgets or conceive fun games for themselves - often with limited resources. The logo of the series is its handwritten title, casting a 180-degree reflection and becoming a bug-eyed, hopping creature. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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8 June 1965 (UK)  »

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Many of the 1960s editions (along with 5 editions from 1970) are believed to be lost. See more »

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Memories of childhood
20 May 1999 | by (Hammond, LA USA) – See all my reviews

This show was made with deaf children in mind. The presenters always signed what they were saying It was ahead of it's time I guess Tony Hart could make the most amazing pictures appear out of the biggest messes


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