3D plasticine animation, featuring Berk, a blue creature who lives as servant to the unseen 'Thing Upstairs' in an old dark house. Every time the trap door opens a new adventure begins for ...
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Berk is busy tidying up, when he realizes that he is surrounded by monsters that have come out of the trap door. At first he can't understand how the monsters got in, but realizes he must have left ...
Berk is told to throw out the rubbish and decides to throw it down the trap door. But Rogg appears and eats it all up with relish. He then climbs into the dumb waiter and wonders into Him Upstair's ...
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3D plasticine animation, featuring Berk, a blue creature who lives as servant to the unseen 'Thing Upstairs' in an old dark house. Every time the trap door opens a new adventure begins for Berk and his pals; Boni (a talking skull) and Drutt (a mischievous spider)! Written by
For it being The 50th Review for my new account, I have decided to review one of my most special Nostalgic journeys of growing up! The Trap Door was an 80s TV show which I owned on video tape, I have seen every single episode of that series, one of The Trap Door video tapes I have seen about forty times now! Basically, every episode is a similar five minutes of events that go on, whenever Berk has to tidy the kitchen, feed The Lazy Thing Upsairs or even have to deal with his simple-minded friend: Rogg, he always accidentally leaves The Trap Door open, which leads a strange, stupid or disgusting creature which either creeps up to cause havoc and to make a mess or it will just pull someone back down the trap door to have fun! The Trap Door is great fun with great stop-motion animation and Willie Rushton (RIP) does an outstanding job in doing the voices! I just cannot give this brilliant nostalgic show a lower rating than this! It is very highly recommended for any young audience!
Overall Rating: 10/10!
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