A stop-motion animated children's television series, often referred to as the Fuzzy Felt Moomins, based on the stories and illustrations by the Finnish author Tove Jansson.
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 Narrator - German (78 episodes, 1977-1982)
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 Narrator - Polish (66 episodes, 1978-1982)
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A stop-motion animated children's television series, often referred to as the Fuzzy Felt Moomins, based on the stories and illustrations by the Finnish author Tove Jansson.

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The episodes #18-25 of the series, from Opowiadania Muminków: Snieg w Dolinie (1979) to Opowiadania Muminków: Wiosenna kanonada (1979), are based on the sixth Moomin book "Moominland Midwinter" (original title in Swedish: "Trollvinter"; Finnish: "Taikatalvi") by the Finnish author Tove Jansson. It was first published in 1957. See more »

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Version of Mumindalen (1973) See more »

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Moomins
Performed by Pmmp (as PMMP)
Lyrics by Paula Vesala & Mira Luoti
Composed by Jori Sjöroos
English title song of the 2010 restored series
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An excellent series
21 September 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Forget what Torgo says, if you were younger when this was on, then you would have found this series charming, and a bit scary at times, but then kids like to be scared, just a bit, but not too much and this has just the right amount of suspense to keep youngsters happy while still being watchable by us older folks. The stories were excellent, being based on the original books, and in fact, as a fan of the books, I think the adaptations were very sympathetic to the originals. The animation and narration are first class, and if you are a fan of the books, you won't be disappointed, and if you were a fan of Bagpuss and the other output from Smallfilms such as the Klangers then this will be right up your street.


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