|Episode 1||Any Old Port|
|Episode 2||High Noon|
|Episode 3||Elementary, My Dear What-Not|
|Episode 4||Grimble and Squiffy|
|Episode 6||The Ghost of Castle McCarr|
|Episode 7||Tut Tut|
|Episode 8||Cedric Sackbutt's Search For A Song|
|Episode 9||Play It Again, Sal|
|Episode 10||The Pearls Of Wisdom|
|UK Air Date||16/01/1990, 4.20pm|
|Repeat Screening||25/06/1992, 4.05pm|
|Fremantle Archive Ref||48947 (series ref)|
|Consecutive Episode Number||55|
|IMDB Link||Episode page|
|T. Bag (Tabatha Bag)||Georgina Hale|
|T. Shirt||John Hasler|
|Sally Simpkins||Kellie Bright|
|Lady Ruffles||Jo Warne|
|Police Constable Clod||Roger Sloman|
If you would like to contribute your favourite/funniest etc quotes from this episode please contact me.
A job for the PoliceLady Ruffles: He's gone, he's gone, my little Willoughby's gone.
The Pearl was on it's collarT-Shirt: The pearl was on its collar.
Ring any bells?T-Bag: So what are we looking for here? Bald-headed, left-handed, left-legged, Australian trombone playing pirate. Does that ring any bells with you?
There is a plastic dustbin in Victorian London where Constable Clod hides Lady Ruffle’s Dog, Willoughby. It’s hardly historically correct. The dustbin can also be seen when Sally and T-Shirt run through the board spaces in episode 10 as this 'running through the square' was filmed at the same time.
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