Cloppa Castle


Welcome to our section about the children's programme Cloppa Castle

 

FACTFILE
ON THE AIR 11th January 1978 - 19th December 1979
ORIGINAL CHANNEL ITV
PRODUCTION COMPANY ITC Entertainment for ATV
NUMBER OF EPISODES 52 
PRODUCTION LOCATIONS  
CAST Full Cast Listings
   
MISSING BELIEVED WIPED N/A - All epsiodes still in existence
ARCHIVE HOLDER ITV PLC
   
THEME TUNE OPENING THEME

If you go down to Cloppa Castle
Be prepared to stay a while,
The Bygones and the Hasbeens
Always doing battle for the oil.

What they found beneath the ground
Has made the Bygones free
And every day at three o’clock
They all sit down to tea.

Living in Harmony
(At Cloppa Castle)
With the Friendly enemy
(At Cloppa Castle)
Living in Harmony
(At Cloppa Castle)
At Cloppa Castle
Come follow me

CLOSING THEME

If you go down to Cloppa Castle
Be prepared to stay a while,
The Bygones and the Hasbeens
Always doing battle for the oil.

What they found beneath the ground
Has made the Bygones free
And every day at three o’clock
They all sit down to tea.

Living in Harmony
(At Cloppa Castle)
With the Friendly enemy
(At Cloppa Castle)
Living in Harmony
(At Cloppa Castle)
At Cloppa Castle
   
HELD IN THE BRITSET ARCHIVES Episode #1.13 - Bees In Their Bonnets (TX 08/10/1978)

 

 

Cloppa Castle was a children's programme featuring puppets at war. The Bygones lived in Cloppa Castle where they discover oil, this discovery brings them to the attention of the Hasbeenes who try and fight for the oil. The programme is all very civilised and the waring factions sit down for team at 3pm each day for a civilised cuppa.

 

CLOPPA CASTLE [TITLES] - 1978

 

 

   
   
Play Video
Cloppa Castle [Titles]
Episode #1.13 - Bees in their Bonnets
5th April 1978
ITV PLC


CLOPPA CASTLE - 1978

These images were taken from the episode "Bees in their Bonnets"


   
   
Cloppa Castle
5th April 1978
ITV PLC



CLOPPA CASTLE [CREDITS] - 1979



 
   
Play Video
Cloppa Castle [Credits]
Episode #1.13 - Bees In Their Bonnets
5th April 1978
ITV PLC
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