The sun is shining, the snow is melting and Too-Ticky turns her cap inside out. All signs that spring is coming. The skating season is also over, as Little My learns when she gets stranded on the ice...
The Moomins set sail for the Riviera, where, after a journey fraught with storms and desert island dangers, Snorkmaiden is dazzled by the attentions of a playboy and Moomin learns that jealousy's sting is the most painful of all.
One day Moomintroll notices that something strange has happened in the Moomin Valley - everything is grey; not just the sky and the river, but the trees, the ground, the Moominhouse, too! ... See full summary »
Max von Sydow,
"Pingu finds himself in tricky and comical situations, but he always learns a lesson. Pingu spends his days with his parents and baby sister, Pinga. Everyone in his town speaks ""Penguinese."" Laugh along and find out what happens.
A peaceful summer day in the Moomin Valley is interrupted by a volcanic eruption. At the last minute the Moomin family finds refuge in a strange house. It turns out it's not an ordinary ... See full summary »
Two Scottish children discover that not only is The Loch Ness Monster real - but that there is a whole family of 'Nessie'. Most of the yellow creatures are named after a personality trait like Eager-Ness, Sad-Ness or Silly-Ness.
I stumbled upon this show on Youtube searching for my lost childhood in the form of old anime Moomin episodes. If I'm to understand this right, this is the show that the Brits grew up with. No wonder people like Bullet Tooth Tony exist.
Richard Murdoch hauntingly tells the tale of how Moomin transformed into a hideous beast when he hid inside the Wizard's hat. Accompanying the narration are creepy art-house-inspired Moomin dolls jumping around to some sort of flute-like music. A very creepy experience and I hope I don't get any nightmares because of this.
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