Is the TV series Worzel Gummidge based on a book?
For the character, see Worzel Gummidge. For the 2019 adaption, see Worzel Gummidge (2019 miniseries). Worzel Gummidge is a British TV fantasy series, produced by Southern Television for ITV, based on the Worzel Gummidge books by English author Barbara Euphan Todd.
What kind of head does Worzel Gummidge have?
For the TV series Gummidge had a set of interchangeable turnip, mangelwurzel and swede heads, each of which suited a particular occasion or endowed him with a specific skill. Worzel Gummidge is a scarecrow that can come to life on Scatterbrook Farm. Worzel stands in a ten acre field.
Where can I find the Worzel Gummidge song?
worzel gummidge – with his different heads! The song was great and I used to watch this with my grandparents who would be in stitches! Great memories, must find the song! Worzel Gummidge……scared me! Worzel Gummidge – Worzel Song – YouTube Here it is! The old crow man!!! Ah, memories!
How old was Worzel Gummidge when he died?
The 64-year-old rocker hid his straw-coloured hair under a hat in Beverly Hills. Worzel Gummidge and Aunt Sally (Worzel Gummidge) by Keith Waterhouse – book cover, description, publication history.
Why did I make Worzel Gummidge on YouTube?
Worzel Gummidge – YouTube Worzel Gummidge beginning and ending.I made this video for my brother because it was our favorite show when we were kids and on every show we use to play a g… Worzel Gummidge beginning and ending.I made this video for my brother because it was our favorite show when we were kids and on every show we use to play a g…
Who is the actor who plays Worzel Gummidge?
Children’s series about the adventures of Worzel Gummidge (Mackenzie Crook), a scarecrow who comes to life. Two orphans arrive at a farm who meet Worzel and join him in the adventures.
Who is the Scarecrow in Worzel Gummidge?
Una Stubbs as Aunt Sally and Jon Pertwee as fictional scarecrow Worzel Gummidge, characters in popular children’s TV show ‘Worzel Gummidge’, 2nd January 1980. They are posing in London’s Trafalgar Square to promote their new series. (Photo by Mike Lawn/Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)