I remember it being shown on the BBC in the early 90s. The idea of being able to draw things and then make them come to life was something that definitely appealed to me when watching this as a child. It had a great singalong theme tune and Sue Pollard did a great job as the voice of Penny Crayon. Its one of those shows that really takes you back to a period of your childhood it's just a shame we cant time travel back. Penny Crayon was shown around the same time as other classic kids shows like Maid Marian and her merry men and animals of farthing wood, shows that far exceed todays kids shows in quality and storytelling. To use a well worn cliché they don't make them like this anymore.
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