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Outstanding
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About this title

Storyline

Based on the children's books, this series follows the adventures of Worzel Gummidge (Jon Pertwee), the talking scarecrow. Worzel is a bit of a rascal, but is still willing to help out his human friends from the nearby village of Scatterbrook.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: February 25, 1979

Also Known As: Korjenko Gumić, СтрашилоNuestro amigo el espantapájaros, Lo spaventapasseri, Ворзель Гаммидж, Worzel Gummidge, Die Vogelscheuche |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (G), Germany (6)New Zealand (PG), UK (U) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

village
scarecrow
children

Company Credits

Production Co: Southern Television

Cast

Fran Fullenwider
as Fat Lady
Bill Pertwee
as Lorry Driver/M.C
Patrick Newell
as Mr. Fletcher
Steve Gardner
as Dougie/Mr. Collinson
Laura Graham
as Miss Lewisham
Kate David
as Cashier/Miss Jamieson/Traffic warden
Wayne Norman
as Pickles/Pickles Brambles
Sarah Thomas
as Enid Simmons/Miss Maple/Enid the Maid/Waitress
Nicholas Smith
as Mr. Foster
David Lodge
as The Strong Man
Mike Reid
as Fairground Owner
Bernard Cribbins
as Jolly Jack
Norman Mitchell
as P.C. Parsons
Dave Carter
as Removal man
Keith Smith
as Mr. Pursglove
Percy Herbert
as Mr. Oakshott
Connie Booth
as Aunt Sally II
Jon Pertwee
as Worzel Gummidge
Aysha Mitchell
as Emma
Chris Sanders
as 2nd Fisherman
Lorraine Chase
as Dolly Clothes-Peg
Norman Bird
as Mr. Braithwaite/Mr Braithwaite
Charlotte Coleman
as Sue Peters
Bartlett Mullins
as 2nd Pensioner
Jonathan Cecil
as Vicar
Myrtle Devenish
as Mrs. Liversage/1st Pensioner/Mrs. Edgeworth/Mrs. Liversedge
Clifford Parrish
as Vicar
Ted Carroll
as Gypsy Joe
Michael Ripper
as Mr. Shepherd
Jeremy Pearce
as Car park attendant/Young man
Jeremy Austin
as John Peters
Talfryn Thomas
as Soggy Boggart
John Le Mesurier
as Baines
Cherry Morris
as Vicar's wife
Damon Sanders
as Mr. Mooney
Laurence Harrington
as Cyril/Cyril Edmunds/Landlord
Geoffrey Bayldon
as The Crowman
Thorley Walters
as Colonel Bloodstock
John Sharp
as Fairground man
Peter Gordon
as 1st Fisherman
Royston Tickner
as Old salt
Bill Maynard
as Sergeant Beetroot/Sgt Beetroot
Wally Thomas
as Elderly gent
Hilary Mason
as Miss Fogg
Beatrix Mackey
as Lady Partington
Susie Johns
as Nanny
Billy John
as Shepherd
Megs Jenkins
as Mrs. Braithwaite/Mrs Braithwaite
Barbara Ashcroft
as Lady B/Mrs. Mountjoy
Blake Butler
as Boatyard owner
Frank Marlborough
as Atkins/Daft Head/Dafthead/Mr. Lucas/Saggy Tatersack
Harold Gasnier
as Fishy Man
Barbara Windsor
as Saucy Nancy
Mike Berry
as Mr. Peters
Diana Van Proosdy
as Mrs. Cousins
Jennifer Croxton
as Waitress
Una Stubbs
as Aunt Sally
Joan Sims
as Mrs. Bloomsbury-Barton
Denis Gilmore
as Harry
Anthony Sharp
as Mr. Stanley
Roy Evans
as Whelk-stall owner
Debby Cumming
as The Waitress
Beryl Reid
as Sarah Pigswill
Billy Connolly
as Bogle McNeep
Jimmy Jewel
as Betting Office Manager
Gordon Rollings
as Postman
Alex Scott
as Cobber Gummidge
James Coyle
as Mr. Arkinshaw

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1979 | 7 Episodes

Season 2

1980 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

1980 | 9 Episodes

Season 4

1981 | 7 Episodes

Awards

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BAFTA TV Award 1980

Nominee

BAFTA TV Award

'Harlequin' (Drama/Light Entertainment)

BAFTA TV Award 1981

Nominee

BAFTA TV Award

Best Make Up

Nominee

BAFTA TV Award

Best Film Cameraman

Nominee

BAFTA TV Award

Best Costume Design

Nominee

BAFTA TV Award

'Harlequin' (Drama/Light Entertainment)

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