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Let's Go, Pocoyo 

Pocoyo (original title)
Pocoyo, the curious toddler dressed all in blue, joins Pato the yellow duck, Elly the pink elephant, Loula the dog, Sleepy Bird and many others in learning new things and having fun.
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Pocoyo is a curious toddler dressed all in blue, from his blue cap to his blue jumpsuit. He's full of fun and perhaps a touch of good-natured mischief. His friends include Pato, the yellow duck; Elly, the pink elephant with a blue backpack; Loula, his faithful dog; Sleepy Bird, the droopy-eyed blue-green bird always asleep in her nest; and many others. The Narrator greets little Pocoyo every day and gently suggests an answer to anything that puzzles him. But just as often, the Narrator himself learns something valuable. Pocoyo's computer-animated world is full of simple shapes, bright colors and cheerful music. Written by J. Spurlin

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were programmes this fantastic when we were kids?
31 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

quite simply, this show has to be seen to be truly appreciated for the simplistic masterpiece it is, defying all the expectations of a traditionally formulaic and mind-numbingly boring true 'kid's TV programme'...

the programme itself almost mocks the complexity of its rivals, with a totally white background and characters so basic and almost clichéd that on the surface 'Pocoyo' could be very easily underestimated.

Pocoyo - sky blue outfit, cutest little kid since Boo from 'Monsters Inc.', almost like one of the audience has stepped into the wonderful world in that 10 minute slot. Patto - the greatest dead-pan animated character since Gromit, who can independently spin his beak around his head like a fun Daffy Duck, extend his neck and becomes grumpy when he loses his green hat. Elly - a pink elephant, who can type on a laptop and ride a scooter... need i say more except... legend! Lula - imagine a dog in computer animation... exactly that. Sleepy-Bird - sleeps... is comically woken up... frowns... goes back to step 1

if there is more convincing to be done, Stephen Fry plays the omniscient narrator who seems to be taught as much by Pocoyo as he teaches all the characters... which is always entertainment, even if it goes over the true-watcher's (kid's) heads... proving how accessible this masterpiece is to all ages wishing to explore their own anti-Spielberg "child-within". the stories themselves condemn conventional story lines, introducing new characters without trying to be anything except a kid's TV programme, such as aliens and even one where the characters race across their bare landscape.

beautifully made, funny, for all ages, simple, entertaining, not too adventurous, fantastic, imaginative, original

...i never want it to end after 10 minutes... my desire for this programme will never be saturated even if i buy the DVD

wonderful


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