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 Carmen (1986)
Kelan Angel ...
 Matt (1986)
Philip Henville ...
 Peter (1986)
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 Mike (1986) (as Marc Gray)
Rory Bromhead ...
 Jamie (1986)
Mark Kazuhiro Pearce ...
 Sparkes (1986)
Mel Sloper ...
 Robyn (1986) (as Melissa Kounnas)
José María Caffarel ...
 Doctor García (1986)
Bill Conn ...
 Willie Dingle (1986)
Ric Hutton ...
 Count Sator (1986)
Ron Blanchard ...
 Murk (1986)
Gerry Duggan ...
 Professor Poopsnaggle (1986)
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 (1986)
Jeff Ashby ...
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 (1986)
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De Vliegende Autobus de Avonturen van Professor Poopsnagle  »

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11 March 2006 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

I was hooked to this series when I was a little girl, and unluckily missed many chapters. It was funny, fantastic and for all audiences. It's one of the series I've missed more. I'd love to see it again, but as someone said, it's just like if it had never existed. I hope it comes out in DVD. Even Jem and the Holograms did, why not Professor Poopsnaggle? Nowadays everyone criticizes many of the children's series available, but no one makes the old classics available anymore. This series had everything that would please a parent: kids working together in a team, pursuing a goal, having adventures, learning in the way, an ecological message when it wasn't fashionable and everywhere, and even multicultural stuff when it wasn't the politically correct stuff. And this multiculturality was even better than the one we are being force-fed today: all kids behaved by the same rules, but some of them had a cultural background, knowledge and spirituality that would ADD to the effectiveness and power of the group, instead of provoking any clash. I wish nowadays kids saw it. It was something to learn from, besides great fun.


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