Gerald McBoing Boing

The world’s noisiest boy concludes his hilarious adventures this week. Six-year-old Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging, whistling and honking his way through the world.

Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the character created by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s author of ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Gerald originally appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first of which won an Academy Award in 1951.

In Saturday’s first episode, Gerald, Jacob and Janine play hide and seek; a flight attendant mistakes Gerald’s sounds for a real flight; and a tissue monster spreads germs throughout the land. In the second instalment, Gerald gets some help weeding the garden; Jacob, Janine and Gerald help Aunt Edith babysit; Jan-unzel can’t let her hair down; and Gerald’s sounds make Dad think twice about a scary ride.

On Sunday’s first show, Gerald plays snake charmer to the worms; Maggie looks for squeaks in the playground; an amazing clock makes time run backwards, fast and slow; and the McCloys enter their carrot in the fair. In the second instalment, Gerald, Jacob and Janine watch an amazing flea circus; a farm is terrorized by a ghost truck; and Mom gives a concert with a jungle flair.

The world’s noisiest boy continues his hilarious animated adventures. Six-year-old Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging, whistling and honking his way through the world.

Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the character created by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s author of ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Gerald originally appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first of which won an Academy Award in 1951.

In Saturday’s first episode, Gerald, Jacob and Janine visit a magic store; McBeowulf saves the royal bowling party; and Mom tosses a boomerang. In the second instalment, Gerald makes an old-fashioned string phone; Double-OBoing- Boing has a double; Gerald helps Mom out in an art gallery; and Bob Noxious pops round to say hello.

In Sunday’s first show, Gerald plays a duet with some hatchlings; the McCloys find a real flying saucer in the trash; King Jacob bans dancing; and Gerald’s backyard is invaded by worms! In the second episode, the kids bring home a family of frogs; the family camping trip ends with a splash; Hercules McBoing Boing becomes part of an Ancient Greek game show; and Gerald helps Mom at her photography job.

The world’s noisiest boy continues his hilarious animated adventures. Six-year-old Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging, whistling and honking his way through the world.

Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the character created by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s author of ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Gerald originally appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first of which won an Academy Award in 1951.

In Saturday’s first episode, Gerald, Jacob and Janine’s swimming-pool game attracts a sub; Gerald reads a magazine in the doctor’s waiting room; a witch gives pie-man Jacob a pumpkin head; and Dad’s party-o-matic is an unexpected hit. In the second show, Gerald goes ice-skating with Mom; Mom and Dad enter a dance competition; Jacob and Janine go with Gerald to the Island of Lost Noise; and Jacob’s new baseball ends up inside a local haunted house.

In Sunday’s first show, Dad is mistaken for a cool robot; Gerald, Jacob and Janine play rockpaper- scissors with a twist; and Gerald and Mom shop for Dad’s birthday party supplies. In the second part, Gerald, Jacob and Janine visit a horse ranch; Aunt Edith knits an unusual sweater; and a ghost writer haunts Jacob’s hotel.

The world’s noisiest boy continues his hilarious animated adventures. Six-year-old Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging, whistling and honking his way through the world.

Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the character created by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s author of ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Gerald originally appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first of which won an Academy Award in 1951.

In Saturday’s first episode, Janine is stuck in bed, so Jacob and Gerald save the day by bringing the circus to her; a fish is having an identity crisis and thinks he is a seagull; and the kids put on a play – with fiery results! In the second show, Gerald works some magic on Jacob’s dog, Burp; Aunt Edith thinks she hears a rattlesnake, but all is not what it seems; a buzzing mosquito keeps Gerald awake; and Dad helps the kids build a treehouse.

In Sunday’s first show, Dad invents a machine that makes playhouses out of snow; a wild storm prevents Gerald and Mom from going shopping; and Dad and Gerald go fishing near a waterfall. In the second episode, Gerald wreaks havoc at the pet shop; and Dad finds the local bowling alley by following the stars in the night sky.

The world’s noisiest boy continues his hilarious animated adventures. Six-year-old Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging, whistling and honking his way through the world. Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the character created by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s author of ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Gerald originally appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first of which won an Academy Award in 1951.

In Saturday’s first episode, Mom and Gerald go swimming – and hang their clothes on an unusual tree; a witch turns Jacob into a termite; and Dad’s invention scares the crows so much that they take off with the fence! In the second instalment, the kids have their fortunes told at the fair; Gerald causes a ‘run’ on shoes; and the McCloys compete on a fun new game show.

In Sunday’s first show, Aunt Edith gets her hair done – at the dog groomers! Gerald heads to the zoo to see the new lion exhibit; Jacob waits for an urgent delivery of sunblock oil; and a mouse steals Burp’s food. In the second show, Mom walks an invisible Burp; Gerald has to go inside a video game to save the day; and Janine’s cousin Jaskulina gets a lesson in American football.

The world’s noisiest boy continues his hilarious animated adventures. Six-year-old Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging, whistling and honking his way through the world.

Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the character created by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s author of ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Gerald originally appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first of which won an Academy Award in 1951.

In Saturday’s first episode, a chicken hatches a pig; Gerald saves Mom from a neighbour’s sprinklers; Dad misplaces Uncle Angus’s wedding ring; and a Tibetan Empress bans singing – until Monk Gerald saves the day. In the second show, a pig thinks it is an eagle; Gerald, Jacob and Janine try out a karaoke machine at the mall; Mom shows off her roller-derby moves at the ice rink; and a gelatine monster grows in a school lunch box.

In Sunday’s first show, an elephant gobbles like a turkey; Gerald, Jacob and Janine watch the circus trucks roll into town; Gerald enters a hog-calling contest; and Mermaid Janine is mermaid-napped! In the second episode, Gerald helps his sensei bring down the house; the McCloys are snowed in; and Aunt Edith loses a cat – but gains a lion!

The world’s noisiest boy continues his hilarious animated adventures. Six-year-old Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging, whistling and honking his way through the world.

Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the character created by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s author of ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Gerald originally appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first of which won an Academy Award in 1951.

In Saturday’s first episode, Gerald helps liven up a boring tour of the Natural History Museum; a frog hoots and an owl ribbits; and Gerald battles a giant Venus Flytrap let loose on the city. In the second instalment, a mouse and an elephant play on a see-saw; Gerald brings a statue to life with his sounds; a meatball avalanche threatens the town; and, after watching a scary movie, Gerald is afraid of noises in the night.

In Sunday’s first show, the kids take funny pictures at the zoo; Gerald shrinks in size so he can go inside Jacob’s body and fix a cold; and Mom takes Gerald to a wrestling match. In the second show, a lion meows and a kitten roars; Gerald and Dad build a birdhouse; and Gerald helps loosedtooth explorers find the Fountain of Tooth.

The world’s noisiest boy continues his hilarious animated adventures. Six-year-old Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging, whistling and honking his way through the world.

Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the character created by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s author of ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Gerald originally appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first of which won an Academy Award in 1951.

In Saturday’s first episode, a penguin thinks it is a hissing snake; Gerald gets a call on a shellphone; the gang celebrates Burp’s birthday; and Gerald helps Mom in her job at the rubber-duck factory. In the second instalment, Gerald teaches Jacob to whistle; the kids go to a silent movie, for which Gerald provides the sound effects; Gerald foils Chester B Cheesebreath’s cat-napping plans; and Dad invents a sound-controlled light switch.

In Sunday’s first instalment, a pig thinks it is a bee; Gerald leads a marching band in a parade; and Mom chases down an ice-cream truck. In the second show, a horse meows like a cat; Dad tries some extra-hot sauce; Gerald and Burp defeat a thieving squirrel; and the kids’ backyard game pours cold water on Dad’s barbecue.

The world’s noisiest boy returns in a new series of
hilarious animated adventures. Six-year-old
Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with
sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging,
whistling and honking his way through the world.
Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the
character created by Theodor Geisel, better
known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s
author of ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Gerald originally
appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first
of which won an Academy Award in 1951.
In Saturday’s first episode, a quacking hippo
dives into a watering hole; Dad makes Mum a real
birthday surprise; and Janine’s voice is stolen. In
the second episode, a mouse barks at Gerald; the
McCloys sit down to Uncle Angus’s infamous
porridge; and Dad ends up as part of the high-wire
act after locking his bike to a circus elephant.
In Sunday’s first instalment, a roaring ballerina
meets a ballet-dancing dinosaur; Gerald scares a couple of vampires; Count BG Von Hustle and his disco bats almost ruin a hand-bell festival; and Dad and the kids go trick-or-treating. In the second show, a bird meows like a cat; Gerald, Jacob and Janine visit Edith and Bessie at their farm; and Montana McBoing Boing goes in search of a stolen yo-yo.

The world’s noisiest boy returns in a new series of
hilarious animated adventures. Six-year-old
Gerald McBoing Boing communicates with
sounds instead of words; crashing, clanging,
whistling and honking his way through the world.
Together with his parents and best friends Jacob
and Janine, Gerald’s universe is a fun-filled blend
of gags, fantasies and sound effects.
Gerald McBoing Boing is based on the
character created by Theodor Geisel, better
known as Dr Seuss – the best-selling children’s
author of such classics as ‘The Cat in the Hat’ and
‘Green Eggs and Ham’. Gerald originally
appeared in a series of animated shorts, the first
of which won an Academy Award in 1951.
Saturday’s first episode features a barbershop
quartet of sheep and a honking elevator that
transports clowns. Plus, Gerald fills in for a fireengine siren and makes a rocket out of a cardboard box. In the second episode, an
elephant crows like a rooster; Ferda gives Gerald a new ’do; Gerald performs a unique version of ‘The Wheels on the Bus’; Greta von Gabby pulls off the great watermelon robbery; and Dad’s new robot brings the house down – literally.
In Sunday’s first instalment, a fish barks at a cat; Gerald makes people’s phones ring – until they turn the tables on him; farm animals get a ride on a roller coaster; and Gerald stops Savannah Sadie from rustling the town’s best milkshakemaking cows. In the second episode, an elephant coos like a pigeon; Gerald gets pulled over for riding a scooter that is too loud; Jacob’s farsighted aunt Edith mistakes Burp for the baby; a mean witch turns Jacob into a clog-dancing frog; and Gerald’s house-cleaning sounds inspire Mum’s latest musical composition.

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