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BBC One London

What-a-Mess

A Bee?
Written and told by Frank Muir
Drawn by JOE WRIGHT What-a-Mess theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER
Filmed by OUVER POSTGATE (R)
BBC One London

What-a-Mess

A Fish?
Written and told by Frank Muir
Drawn by JOE WRIGHT What-a-Mess theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER
Filmed by OLIVER POSTGATE (R)
BBC One London

What-a-Mess

A Hat?
Written and told by Frank Muir
Drawn by JOE WRIGHT What-a-Mess theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER
Filmed by OUVER POSTGATE (R)
BBC One London

What a Mess

A Very Good Dog Indeed Written and narrated by FRANK MUIR
Music by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER. Filmed by OLIVER postgate
BBC One London

What-a-Mess

A Very Good Dog Indeed
Written and told by Frank Muir Drawn by JOE WRIGHT
Theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER FUmed by OLIVER POSTGATE (R)
BBC One London

What-a-Mess

A Prince
Written and told by Frank Muir Drawn by JOE WRIGHT
Theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER Filmed by OUVER POSTGATE (R)
BBC One London

What-a-Mess

A Hound
Written and told by Frank Muir
Drawn by JOE WRIGHT
Theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER Filmed by OLIVER POSTGATE (R)
BBC One London

What-a-Mess

A Mole?
Written and told by Frank Muir
Drawn by JOE WRIGHT
Theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER Filmed by OLIVER POSTGATE (R)
BBC One London

What-a-Mess

Enough for One Day
Written and told by Frank Muir Drawn by JOE WRIGHT
Theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER Filmed by OUVER POSTGATE (R)
BBC One London

What-a-Mess

Good Dog
Written and told by Frank Muir Drawn by JOE WRIGHT
Theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER Filmed by OLIVER POSTGATE (R)






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