Worzel Gummidge

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BBC (ended 1981)

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Worzel Gummidge

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Based on the children's books by Barbara Euphan Todd, this series concerns the adventures of Worzel Gummidge, a scarecrow, and his love Aunt Sally, a life-size wooden fairground doll, both of whom can walk and talk and pass themselves off as human. The only people in on their secret are a couple of children, John and Susan.

The Crowman, who created Worzel, also provided him with a set of different heads for different tasks: a thinking head, a brave head, a counting head and a clever head.

The show ran for four series in the U.K., and then resurfaced several years later for two more series made in New Zealand and titled Worzel Gummidge Down Under.

Charlotte Coleman

Charlotte Coleman

Sue Peters [ 1-4 ]

Jon Pertwee

Jon Pertwee

Worzel Gummidge

Mike Berry

Mike Berry

Mr. Peters [ 1-4 ]

Geoffrey Bayldon

Geoffrey Bayldon

The Crowman [ 1-4 ]

Thorley Walters

Thorley Walters

Colonel Bloodstock

Una Stubbs

Una Stubbs

Aunt Sally

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  • Don't you think it was a bit scary?

    8.7
    I remember watching that show when I was a kid. I also remember having nightmares from time to time. I guess it was supposed to be a kids show but a guy who takes of his head and puts another one on???...well...I still think it was a great show even though it was scary as hell...
  • I am from England and used to watch this show as a child. It was very entertaining and wish they would bring it back and play it here in America. Although I am not sure the Americans will understand some of the English humor.moreless

    10
    This was one of my favorite shows as a child. It would be nice if they brought it back and played it on American TV. I remember Worzel Gummage and Aunt Sally. They would come to life, and only children would know about it. The adults didn't have a clue.

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