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Funnybones is a British children's television comedy series, which originally aired on S4C in Wales, and BBC One elsewhere in the United Kingdom from 29 September to 15 December 1992. It was based on the eponymous series of nine storybooks, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, which were illustrated by André Amstutz, and focused on the adventures of a pair of skeletons who were the eponymous Funnybones, published in 1980. There was Big Funnybone (whose catchphrase was "Good idea."), Little Funnybone (who was the brains of the group), (White, White) Dog ("These Bones") Funnybone (whose catchphrase was "Woof.") and (Black, Black) Cat (whose catchphrase was "Meow."). Each of the show's twelve episodes was five minutes in length.

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  • Funnybones is a British children's television comedy series, which originally aired on S4C in Wales, and BBC One elsewhere in the United Kingdom from 29 September to 15 December 1992. It was based on the eponymous series of nine storybooks, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, which were illustrated by André Amstutz, and focused on the adventures of a pair of skeletons who were the eponymous Funnybones, published in 1980. There was Big Funnybone (whose catchphrase was "Good idea."), Little Funnybone (who was the brains of the group), (White, White) Dog ("These Bones") Funnybone (whose catchphrase was "Woof.") and (Black, Black) Cat (whose catchphrase was "Meow."). Each of the show's twelve episodes was five minutes in length.
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  • Funnybones is a British children's television comedy series, which originally aired on S4C in Wales, and BBC One elsewhere in the United Kingdom from 29 September to 15 December 1992. It was based on the eponymous series of nine storybooks, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, which were illustrated by André Amstutz, and focused on the adventures of a pair of skeletons who were the eponymous Funnybones, published in 1980. There was Big Funnybone (whose catchphrase was "Good idea."), Little Funnybone (who was the brains of the group), (White, White) Dog ("These Bones") Funnybone (whose catchphrase was "Woof.") and (Black, Black) Cat (whose catchphrase was "Meow."). Each of the show's twelve episodes was five minutes in length. The voices were provided by popular comedian Griff Rhys Jones, who also sang the theme song as the Moon Man.
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