History Series / Teletubbies

5th May '18 5:20:34 PM watchfullkittycat32
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** The actress who plays Baby Sun is the daughter of Jess Smith, who played her in the original show.
29th Apr '18 5:49:23 PM watchfullkittycat32
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** Also, the episodes "Christmas in South Africa", "Christmas in Finland", "Christmas in the UK", "Christmas in Spain", and "Nativity Play" have a story of snow falling in Teletubbyland and the Teletubbies discovering and playing in the snow for the first time. It was also later released in a 2-Pack VHS and DVD release called "Teletubbies and the Snow" (also known as "Teletubbies: Christmas in the Snow" in the US).
19th Apr '18 10:31:49 PM ElSquibbonator
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* VileVillainSaccharineShow: The bear and lion. Though calling them villains may be a bit of a stretch.
2nd Apr '18 9:57:59 AM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* AprilFoolsDay: The official [=YouTube=] channel sometimes does this. They'll upload a video claiming it's a MissingEpisode or a special, only to then turn out to be something {{Series/Boohbah}} related, plugging that official channel afterwards.

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* AprilFoolsDay: The official [=YouTube=] channel sometimes does this. They'll upload a video claiming it's a MissingEpisode or a special, only to then turn out to be something {{Series/Boohbah}} ''Series/{{Boohbah}}'' related, plugging that official channel afterwards.
11th Feb '18 10:40:39 AM fruitstripegum
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* BilingualBonus: Po actually speaks Cantonese, a dialect of the Chinese language, at least in the original BBC broadcasts. This is most noticeable when she's riding her scooter (''fai-ti'' and ''mun'' means ''fast'' and ''slow'' in Cantonese respectively). She has also been heard to count to three in Cantonese (''yap'', ''yi'' and ''sahm'' means ''one'', ''two'' and ''three'' in Cantonese respectively). ''Po'' also means the action ''to hug'' in several Chinese dialects.



* BilingualBonus: Po actually speaks Cantonese, a dialect of the Chinese language, at least in the original BBC broadcasts. This is most noticeable when she's riding her scooter (''fai-ti'' and ''mun'' means ''fast'' and ''slow'' in Cantonese respectively). She has also been heard to count to three in Cantonese (''yap'', ''yi'' and ''sahm'' means ''one'', ''two'' and ''three'' in Cantonese respectively). ''Po'' also means the action ''to hug'' in several Chinese dialects.
15th Dec '17 6:32:52 AM pgj1997
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** There's a four episode StoryArch where a fully decorated Christmas tree appears in Teletubbyland, and each of the Teletubbies, in separate episodes, find a present under the tree; likewise, the footage they watch in Tummy Tales is of kids doing fun things for the holidays.

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** There's a four episode StoryArch StoryArc where a fully decorated Christmas tree appears in Teletubbyland, and each of the Teletubbies, in separate episodes, find a present under the tree; likewise, the footage they watch in Tummy Tales is of kids doing fun things for the holidays.
15th Dec '17 6:32:25 AM pgj1997
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* AnonymousBand: Remember that jazz group that played those nursery rhyme covers? That was King Pleasure and The Biscuit Boys. They went uncredited, [[http://www.kingpleasure.co.uk/biography but they were a real band]].



** There are episodes where it snows in Teletubbyland. Some VHS releases dub the episodes with the word "Christmas" in them.
** There were some actual broadcast episodes that were Christmas-themed: in these episodes, there is a fully decorated Christmas tree in Teletubbyland, and each of the Teletubbies, in separate episodes, find a present under the tree; likewise, the footage they watch in Tummy Tales is of kids doing fun things for the holidays.

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** There "Christmas in South Africa", "Christmas in Finland", "Christmas in the UK", and "Christmas in Spain" are episodes where it snows in Teletubbyland. Some VHS releases dub the episodes with the word "Christmas" in them.
** There were some actual broadcast
episodes that were Christmas-themed: in these share two common themes. Those being that, they're all snow episodes, there is and the Tummy Tales segments showcase different Christmas traditions from around the world.
** There's a four episode StoryArch where
a fully decorated Christmas tree appears in Teletubbyland, and each of the Teletubbies, in separate episodes, find a present under the tree; likewise, the footage they watch in Tummy Tales is of kids doing fun things for the holidays.



** The actress who plays the Sun Baby the daughter of Jess Smith, who played her in the original show.

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** The actress who plays the Sun Baby Sun is the daughter of Jess Smith, who played her in the original show.


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* StoryArc: "Christmas Tree", "Making Christmas Cards", "Crackers", and "Christmas Carols" have an overarching story of a Christmas Tree appearing in Teletubbyland, and one of the Teletubbies opening their presents. In the US, these episodes were put in to a 2-Pack VHS release titled "Merry Christmas, Teletubbies!".
17th Nov '17 11:48:50 AM mimitchi33
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* MilestoneCelebration: To celebrate the show's 20th anniversary, Creator/ShoutFactory (the distributor for DHX Media) released the first ever Teletubbies DVD in a decade in America. This DVD is called "Teletubbies Classics: Fan Favorites". Instead of a special like the past releases, this one contains popular episodes across a 3-disc set. Not only does it contain the original UK dub (a first for American release), but it's also the first time the infamous "Lion and Bear" magical event makes it on to an American release after the rumor of it being banned in that country.
6th Nov '17 6:26:37 AM GojiBiscuits
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* AmbiguouslyGay: Tinky Winky is purple, carries a bag around, and has an inverted triangle for an antenna. Though these are most likely coincidences.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: Tinky Winky is purple, carries a bag around, and has an inverted triangle for an antenna. Though these are most likely coincidences.coincidences, it didn't stop him from being embraced by the LGBT community in the late 1990's as an icon.
6th Oct '17 6:03:06 AM pgj1997
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* AdobeFlash: The "Cartoon Magical Events" from the "Let's Learn English With the Teletubbies" [=DVDs=] are animated with this.
This list shows the last 10 events of 123. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Series.Teletubbies