Children's slapstick show with the little bear glove puppet and his friends.

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Harry Corbett
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Series cast summary:
Matthew Corbett Matthew Corbett ...  Himself - Presenter / ... 291 episodes, 1971-1992
Marjorie Corbett Marjorie Corbett ...  Soo 239 episodes, 1968-1981
Harry Corbett Harry Corbett ...  Himself - Presenter / ... 185 episodes, 1968-1984
Brenda Longman Brenda Longman ...  Soo / ... 164 episodes, 1981-1992
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The adventures of Sooty, a bear who is silent; Sweep, a dog who has the voice of a cuzoo; and Sue, a panda who has a normal voice. They are all rather naughty, so it's up to Mr Corbett and later his son Matthew to keep them in line. Written by Roseanne Hodge

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Country:

UK

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English

Release Date:

30 July 1968 (UK) See more »

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Thames Television See more »
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Trivia

Matthew Corbett and Sooty appeared in Rainbow: 1000th Birthday Party (1986) (TV Episode), which was a crossover. See more »

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[repeated line]
Presenter (1976-1992): Izzy Whizzy, let's get busy!
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Referenced in The Kevin Bishop Show: Episode #1.5 (2008) See more »

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So cute
11 October 2006 | by cosmic_questSee all my reviews

Who knew you could have so much fun with three hand puppets, one of whom was mute and one who didn't do anything but squeak? But it's true as 'The Sooty Show' was such a successful children's show that it ran for nearly three decades. The show revolved around Matthew Corbett, who ran a shop with his three 'friends' Sooty the bear, Sweep the adorable squeaky dog and Soo the panda (who was also annoyingly condescending at times, but there you go!). Occasionally, they were joined by Sooty's baby cousin Scampy.

The quartet always managed to find themselves involved in mini adventures that sometimes ended with a little moral to teach the wee ones watching the show about how to be good little boys and girls and other times it saw Sooty getting out his wand to perform a little magic (I'll never forget the spell 'izzy, whizzy, let's get busy!'). All in all, it was very cute and certainly kept me occupied even when I was a bit too old to be watching it!


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