The Dreamstone (1990–1995)

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Jacqueline Clarke ...
 Wildit (51 episodes, 1990-1995)
Nancy Hendry ...
 Amberley (51 episodes, 1990-1995)
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 Zordrak (51 episodes, 1990-1995)
Richard Tate ...
 Sgt. Blob (51 episodes, 1990-1995)
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Somewhere in the universe is a planet only visible to those who believe in it. On the sunny side lives the Old Dreammaker, guardian of the most precious and powerful thing in the world - the Dreamstone. Every night he uses it to send out dreams to the world, assisted by Albert his watchhdog-fish, and two Noops, Rufus and Amberley. On the dark side of the planet dwells the huge and terrible Zordrak, Lord of Nightmares, hatching his evil plots to steal the Dreamstone so that nightmares may rule. Zordrak is protected by his army of Urpneys - led by Sergeant Blob - whose every thought is directed towards pleasing their master. Written by Steve Farrell

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Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison and Colin Baker, who played the Doctor in Doctor Who (1963) during four consecutive incarnations between them, were each seriously considered for the role of the Dream Maker. See more »

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Narator: [repeated line at start of show] And now, everyone is hard at work
[shows "everyone"]
Narator: Oh... No they're not...
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A gem of a show

The Dreamstone. What can one say about it? It remains one of the best children's tv series of the 1990s. In my opinion, nothing has surpassed it yet, although Bimble's Bucket, another of Mike Jupp's creations, comes close. Having been lucky enough to meet the talented and very nice Mr Jupp, I can honestly say that the Dreamstone will always remain my favourite cartoon. I just wish ITV would do the decent thing and repeat it! I also wish it would come out on DVD! I strongly recommend buying Mike Jupp's novel RETRIBUTION, too. If you liked Dreamstone, you'll love this:


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