Surreal animated series very loosely based upon the story of Noah's Ark. However, rather than the animals 'going in two by two' they are a single animal with two heads. Noah's wife Nelly saves the day with her knitting.

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...  Narrator 7 episodes, 1976
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Surreal animated series very loosely based upon the story of Noah's Ark. However, rather than the animals 'going in two by two' they are a single animal with two heads. Noah's wife Nelly saves the day with her knitting.

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13 September 1976 (UK)  »

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(30 episodes)
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Surreal!!
24 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

I remember this series being on when I got back from school in the 70's, after Blue Peter and the like. Noah (he owned an ark) and his wife Nelly had a lot of animals on their ark (remind you of anyone) and every episode Noah would point to a position on a map and say "Let's go there". Problem was, the map was blank...... I don't remember seeing it on since, I don't think it would appeal to all the little kids today as it isn't as gaudy as Tellytubbies and the Fimbles but it is a large part of the 70's heyday that included Rhoobarb & Custard and Rainbow that I remember. Surely a true classic of kids programming that should be repeated on satellite.


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