Harry and the Wrinklies (1999– )

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Elsie Kelly ...
 Aunt Florie (21 episodes, 2000-2002)
Toni Palmer ...
 Dot (21 episodes, 2000-2002)
Lynne Armitage ...
 Sarah / ... (10 episodes, 2000-2002)
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Harry and the Wrinklies
10 May 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I did used to like this when I was a bit younger just to see old people being daft and amusing, and to see if the adventure in the episode was any good. It turned out that I did like it. Goodnight Mister Tom's Nick Robinson is quite good as Harry. This is the boy who lives with his Aunts and Uncles. He doesn't know it until later, but he discovers they are more tough, intelligent and able than they look. I can remember always liking two of the Wrinklies every time I watched it. The Wrinlies included Great Aunt Bridget (Mona Bruce), Florrie (Elsie Kelly) and Dot (Toni Palmer). Oh, and they were up against villains Percy 'Beastly' Priestly (Gareth Hunt) and Lavinia 'Mad Lil' McScrew (Briany McRoberts) I used to like Huggy (George Sewell), before he was replaced by Banger. Huggy always used to be asked to plant explosives and always got them too big. And there was Max (Vincent Spinetti), the really good actor nearly always in disguise. Good, when I was younger!


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