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Need Help Identifying Old Cartoon, Similar to Frog and Toad

Discussion in 'Mystery Cartoon' started by SamsModernLife, Apr 11, 2015.

  1. SamsModernLife

    SamsModernLife Newbie New Member

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    I'm trying to recall a cartoon that I watched on VHS as a kid. Although I watched it during the late '80s I have a feeling that it was much earlier (think 60s/70s). Here's what I can remember:

    - Main character is waiting for mail to arrive at his house. I think it may start with him writing a letter to be sent.
    - Could be an animal (likely) or human (less likely)
    - Takes a bus
    - Talks (and maybe rides) a snail through the woods
    - Visually, it was like a less busy Richard Scary/Frog and Toad-esque.
    - Very slow paced, low voices. Maybe British?
    - May have been one long cartoon or a combination of 1-3 episodes on one VHS.

    Okay, I think that's all I can remember! Thank you for your help!
  2. peterhale

    peterhale Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    This is a bit of a long shot, but James the Cat was British and slow paced. In the first episode he is left behind when his owners move house, and writes to his Auntie Maude in Wales for help. He meets the other denizens of the garden - Rocky the rabbit, Mrs Lavender the snail and Citron the frog. Auntie Maude sends Freda the Kangaroo with a present for James - a Welsh dragon named Dennis.

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