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The Raggy Dolls

The Raggy Dolls was a 1980s British cartoon series for children, following the adventures of a motley collection of rejects from a toy factory.

The series was created by Melyn Jacobson, and produced for Yorkshire Television from 1987 to 1989. The episodes were written and voiced by Neil Innes, who also wrote the theme song.

The original seven characters were Back-To-Front, Claude, Dotty, Hi-Fi, Lucy, Princess, and Sad Sack. After the first 13 episodes, Orchid Productions, headed by Mark Mason, gave the show a new look, and made 65 further episodes and introduced an eighth character, Raggamuffin.

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