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Harry's Mad was a story of a normal family who inherit a parrot from an American Great Uncle. Initially they aren't pleased with their new pet but soon realise he is no ordinary parrot, in actual fact he is more intelligent then most people! He gets the family out of a lot of problems but also gets them into numerous problems too.
For some reason IMDb have Harry's Mad as starting in 1996, in actual fact the programme ran from 1993 until 1996. There was some excellent stories throughout the four series life of the show and it is still fresh and enjoyable today as it was when it originally aired.
I'm 22 now and still enjoy watching a few episodes now and again from my tape collection. I don't find them 'childish' like so many modern children's programmes.
I can't understand why so a great programme has been left unrepeated for so many years. I have young cousins who I'm sure would love the programme if only CITV or another channel would show them again.
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