Woof!

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ITV (ended 1997)

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Woof!

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Woof! is a Children's ITV television series produced by Central Independent Television about the adventures of a boy who turns into a dog. It was based on the book by Allan Ahlberg. It was directed by David Cobham (Tarka the Otter). It was written by Richard Fegen and Andrew Norris. The show was first broadcast in 1989. It starred Liza Goddard as teacher Mrs Jessop. Edward Fidoe played Eric Banks, the boy who turned into a dog (played by Pippin) of the same name. It also starred Thomas Aldwinckle as Eric's friend Roy Ackerman and later Sarah Smart as his tomboy best friend Rachel Hobbs
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  • Woof was a fantasic show

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    Woof was a great show, and aired daily on ITV, the show didn't air very long but it is greatly remebered as one of the best children's show on TV at the time. The acting was very good, and despite the fact that a boy turning into a dog is impossible you forget that as you watch the show, and enjoy the drama that Eric get into. The introduction of Rachel Hobbs was key, because the two actors of Eric and Rachel worked on screen and were very believable despite their young age. It's a great shame that Woof no longer airsmoreless
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