Animal Kwackers


Welcome to our section about the children's programme Animal Kwackers

 

FACTFILE
ON THE AIR 25th September 1975 - 2nd February 1978
ORIGINAL CHANNEL ITV
PRODUCTION COMPANY Yorkshire Television
NUMBER OF EPISODES 39
PRODUCTION LOCATIONS  
CAST Roy Apps
Nick Pallet
Geoff Nicholas
Peter Eden
Tony Hannaford
Bev Doyle
Step Morley
Atlanta Harmsworth
John Basset
Gerry Cowan - Narrator
   
MISSING BELIEVED WIPED Episode #2.1 - Happiness (TX 30/09/1976)
Episode #2.2 - Sport (TX 07/10/1976)
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THEME TUNE OPENING TITLES
Do you believe in Rock and Roll?
Into the starship and off we go
Here we come to our plan, here we come to our plan

Animal Kwackers
Animal Kwackers

CLOSING CREDITS
Do you believe in Rock and Roll?
Into the starship and off we go
Here we come to our plan, here we come to our plan

Animal Kwackers
Animal Kwackers
Congo, Rory, Twang and Boot
Animal Kwackers
Animal Kwackers
   
HELD IN THE BRITSET ARCHIVES Epsiode #2.7 - Numbers (TX 11/11/1976)

 

 

Animal Kwackers was a children’s programme about four animals that beamed down from space and performed as a pop band. The four consisted of a monkey called Twang who played piano / bass guitar, Rory (a lion who played guitar), a dog called Bongo on the drums and the lead vocals were a tiger called Boots. The four covered pop hits alongside their own original songs, some of which made it onto LP.

Each episode also featured a story (which was read by Rory) featuring the members in cartoon form

 

ANIMAL KWACKERS [TITLES] - 1976

 

 

 
   
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Animal Kwackers [Titles]
Episode #2.7 - Numbers
11th November 1976
Yorkshire Television


ANIMAL KWACKERS - 1976

These images were taken from the episode "Numbers"


 
   
  Animal Kwackers
11th November 1976
Yorkshire Television



ANIMAL KWACKERS [CREDITS] - 1976



   
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Animal Kwackers [Credits]
Episode #2.7 - Numbers
11th November 1976
Yorkshire Television
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