One of the more unusual British children's TV series. The title character was a rather melancholic and odd looking Grey 'head' with arms and legs who lived under the sink in a terraced house. The series followed his life and loves.
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One of the more unusual British children's TV series. The title character was a rather melancholic and odd looking Grey 'head' with arms and legs who lived under the sink in a terraced house. The series followed his life and loves.

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1982 (UK)  »

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Muran,suitable for adults as well as kids..
5 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I loved these little cartoon shorts when I was younger. They were shown around the mid 80's,and later on the late 90's on British Channel four. No-one else seems to remember this sweet little cartoon. Muran was a grey round fellow,who lived under the kitchen sink in someones house. The cartoon was often very philosophical,with Murans musings on his life,and the animation was sweet and blended very dull tones together,giving it a altogether moody feel. Although you never really heard Muran speak (he would often just sigh or grumble under his breath) the narrator was fantastic,and reminded me slightly of Stephen Fry. I certainly miss it a lot,especially the piano theme. I hope to see it on DVD soon,although I am not too sure how many episodes there were.


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