The Dream Stone (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 - ... See full summary »

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1995 | 1994 | 1992 | 1990
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Jacqueline Clarke ...
 Wildit (51 episodes, 1990-1995)
Nancy Hendry ...
 Amberley (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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Christopher Lee turned down the role of Zordrak, The Lord Of Nightmares 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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The Urpney Song
Featuring Ozzy Osbourne, Frank Bruno and Billy Connoly
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The greatest animated series of all time...
25 July 2002 | by (Heywood, Greater Manchester, England) – See all my reviews

'The Dreamstone' was absolutely fantastic. I'm lucky to have four episodes, including the double-length pilot on video. The show is absolutely stunning, a visual tour de force, with believable characters and some truly fantastic voice-over work. The scripts were never dull, the stories never boring, the show mesmerised me in a way no other cartoon has ever done, or probably will ever do. The Noops, Rufus & Amberley were fully-dimensioned, Rufus in particular so wonderfully realistic that many I know have actually dubbed me as the human version of him. We have the advantage of seeing the show now with our older, more cynical eyes - and that everyone who has seen the show since that I know still holds it in great adoration as a result is a testimony to it's sheer brilliance.


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