Charlie Chalk: Shipwrecked Charlie [VHS]

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Charlie Chalk: Shipwrecked Charlie [VHS]

Charlie Chalk: Shipwrecked Charlie [VHS]

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In 1985, to accompany the programme, some photobooks were released with altered titles to fit the style of the books. These were very similar to the Postman Pat photobooks, where the front cover would be an original illustration and all pictures within the book were images from the TV programme. Hallmark and Carlton Home Entertainment released the first four episodes on a single video in 1994. Buttons (based on Children's BBC) annual 1987 (along with Postman Pat, King Rollo, Towser, Henry's Cat and Jimbo and the Jet Set) In 2011, Classic Media released a DVD entitled Fun with Friends: Volume One containing one episode of Bertha.

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On 11 November 1991, one episode of Bertha was featured on the BBC VHS release Postman Pat and Company alongside Postman Pat and Charlie Chalk. It will soon be Litterbug's birthday; Charlie and the other inhabitants of Merrytwit cannot think of a gift to give Litterbug for his birthday, they decide to explore the island for the perfect gift.In 2004 Entertainment Rights released a DVD of the show containing three of the same episodes as the Hallmark/Carlton Release, replacing "The Best Machine Competition" with "More Speed, Less Work" (albeit mistitled "The Best Machine competition"). Charlie now lives in the jungle on wild and wonderful Merrytwit where he and his extraordinary friends are never short of adventures. It is inspection day on Merrytwit and Captain Mildred decides it is time lazy Edward took some exercise. Two burglars break into the factory and try's to steal money for the wages. However T.O.M. and Bertha manage to stop the burglars thank to a jumping kangaroo. Captain Mildred: The boss of the island (a parody of Margaret Thatcher), who loves to see everyone hard at work and has the practice of listing things that have to be done: "a: do this; b: do that" etc. She lives on the beached ship Buttercup.

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Here are the credits to the episodes of the three Woodland Animations Programmes that are featured on this Children's BBC Compilation Video. Trader Jones: Trader is the island's odd job man. Not only does he drive a bike which acts as a taxi and a means of transporting goods, he also owns a general supplies store on the island: 'if you want it, he's got it.' He never accepts money, he only trades e.g. a supply of bananas may cost a day's beachcombing. When Mr Willmake wants Mr Sprott to design the best toy for a competition, Mr Duncan wants it to be made by a new machine, but everyone else wants it to be made by Bertha. The series was dubbed in Scottish Gaelic and broadcast under the title Callum an Cailc by BBC Scotland. The series was later sold to broadcast in various countries around the world such as ABC in Australia, YTV in Canada, RTÉ One and RTÉ Two in the Irish Republic, TVNZ 1 and TVNZ 2 in New Zealand, TVB in Hong Kong and NRK in Norway.In 1987, Falcon released a board game using illustrations similar to those seen on the front covers of the photobooks. The game itself does not differ much from the Monopoly series of board games. If a player lands on T.O.M., they are allowed to ask Bertha to make an item for them. Charlie is helping Trader Jones beach combing when they stumble upon a cookery book. Trader decides to prepare the first Merrytwit feast, but when coconuts and bananas are the only ingredients available, the feast does not quite work out as planned.

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