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5.0 out of 5 stars Missing bells...and a music box, 13 Jun 2011
This review is from: T-Bag Series Three - T-Bag Bounces Back [DVD] [1987] (DVD)
In the third series of T-Bag, which doesn't have the same educational target as the first two, Debbie and Thomas are drawn into a music box. There Debbie finds that T-Bag has stolen eight gold bells from a glockenspiel because they annoyed her!

There are some big name actors in this series but it is just as loveable. Poor T-Shirt is at odds on who to support as his allegience changes constantly. This is also the first series that we find out what the "T" in "T-Bag" stands for - and what a birthday cake she gets!

Loving that this series is being released on DVD - the quality is very good - much better than I could have expected for a series from the 80s.

It was disappointing that lack of extras though when compared with the first two season released though.
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5.0 out of 5 stars T. Bag for the fun of it., 15 Nov 2010
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This review is from: T-Bag Series Three - T-Bag Bounces Back [DVD] [1987] (DVD)
This is the third of the adventures of T. Bag. In this series, T. Bag (Elizabeth Estensen) has taken up residence in a beautifully decorated music box that is presided over by Major Happy (Tony Haygarth), who keeps harmony throughout the land with his magical golden glockenspiel. When T. Bag find the glockenspiel to be a threat to her very existence, she steals it and scatters all the gold bells throughout the lands painted on the sides of the music box. It is up to Debbie (Jennie Stallwood) to tackle T. Bag one last time and collect the gold bells to restore harmony in the land.

This series is every bit as good as the last, providing more hilarious moments (who can forget the exploding birthday cake?) and crazy hairbrained schemes from T. Bag and T. Shirt (John Hasler) as they bid to collect the bells before Debbie can get her hands on them. The formula remains the same; beautifully painted sets, amazingly detailed costumes (and hundreds of them), and clever, witty writing from Lee Pressman and Grant Cathro. Whereas the original series was designed to encourage children to read, the second featured numbers which would encourage an interest in maths (although the educational aspect was less obvious than in the first series), this was the first series to be written purely for the entertainment value, and entertain it does.

All the T. Bag adventures are a fantastic trip down memory lane for people who were young in the 80s and 90s, but they are so timeless that they will appeal to today's children, too!
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5.0 out of 5 stars More nostalgia at the click of our fingers, 15 Feb 2013
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D. M. Monid "davidmonid1" (London, England) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: T-Bag Series Three - T-Bag Bounces Back [DVD] [1987] (DVD)
This release sees the third and final series in the unofficial 'Debbie Trilogy' of T-Bag.

This time, Debbie (Jennie Stallwood) has to collect magical golden bells to prevent the wickid ways of T.Bag (Elizabeth Estensen) and her sidekick T.Shirt (John Hasler).

All 10 episodes are on this DVD and in very good standard DVD quality. If you have the other two series, then this will make the 'Debbie Trilogy' complete.
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