Shoe People

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The Shoe People - VHS Releases
... VHS video title Year of release Episodes The Shoe People (V9026) 1987 Can You Keep A Secret, Sergeant Major, A Day at the Seaside, Trampy, Trampy Mows the Lawn ... Boot to the Rescue, Trampy's Dream, The Fair Comes To Shoe Town, Delay at Shoe Town Railway Station, Sneaker The Shoe People- Shoe Town Stories (V9114) 1988 The Windmill Has Stopped, A Job for ... a couple of special edition videos VHS video title Year of release Episodes The Best of The Shoe People (92562) 1989 Charlie's Car, Trampy's Dream, The Fair Comes to Shoe Town, Delay at Shoe Town ...
The Shoe People - Original Characters
... Boot - He is the policeman of Shoe Town and lives in 'Shoe Street Police Station' ... Charlie - On the corner of Shoe Street lives Charlie, a clown ... magic tricks and juggling, but best of all, he likes to make people laugh ...
The Shoe People
... The Shoe People was an animated television series which was first broadcast in the UK in April 1987 on TV-am ... The Shoe People went on to be broadcast in 62 countries around the world ... so popular there that they sold over 25 million Shoe People books ...
The Shoe People - Changes By Nick Jr
... When all 26 episodes of the Shoe People aired on Nick Jr ... the Fairwater Films/The Shoe People Ltd copyright in 1987 was changed to FilmFair Ltd and the restored by CiNAR Studios and International Studios ... can be seen at the end of each episode on The Shoe People Complete Series DVD ...

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