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This was a great kids TV show that adults could enjoy as well. It scored good ratings as well so it is a shock to see that only three series were made.
The child actors were good and well supported by Jean Marsh as the ghost hunter of the title. When the first two series were shown as 90 minute films you could really see the quality of the series and it is well worth repeating more.
There needs to be more money invested in making quality kids TV programmes such as this rather than the silly pokemon style trash that gets shoved down the kids throats today.
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