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Help me remember a puppet series!

LamangoNumber2

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I remember back in 1995 or something, when TLC still had kid shows, I remember there were three puppet shows. One, Proffessor Iris. The other, Chicken Minute. But there was a third one. All I remember were the puppets looked like they could fit in the first two, there was an 'evil' rat with a toad henchman, and it took place in Space. Anyone have ANY idea what I'm talking about?
 

Buck-Beaver

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Those were Canadian shows produced/created by Henri Desclez I believe.
 

LamangoNumber2

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Some of the puppeteering was so bad, but some were great. Like Skeleton.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCsCe1Y5uLY
I just remember like, everyone and their mother producing Puppet shows back in the 90s to fill in the void the Muppets left. Round the Bend, Puzzle Place, Little Star, Chicken Minute, Professor Iris, Spitting Image, MST3K...
 
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