"Roobarb and Custard" are cult British animated characters who first appeared on children's TV in the 70s; the first cartoon ever to run as a series with wobbly animation, manic music and humour loved by kids and parents; it was a winning combination. The original cult cartoon series by Grange Calveley was narrated by Richard Briers, directed by Bob Godfrey and shown on the BBC throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s. Richard returned in 2005 to voice new yet retro Roobarb and Custard Too animations, with an extended cast of animated characters, which still air on British Channel 5's childrens TV strand Milkshake!
When There Was a Big Mix-Up
Episode 1x30; May 12, 1975
Roobarb tries to hypnotise everyone.
1x30: When There Was a Big Mix-Up
1x29: When Custard Got Too Near the Bone
1x28: When a Knight Lost His Day
1x27: When the Pipes Call the Tune
1x26: When Roobarb Got a Long Break
1x25: When the Day Wouldn't Keep Still
1x24: When There Was Someone Else
1x23: When Roobarb Turned Over a New Leaf
1x22: When Roobarb Wasn't as Pleased as Punch
Richard Briers as Narrator
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