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Bluey, TV Series, 1976-1977 IMDB

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MisterZ AU

2016-06-06 07:29

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walter IT

2016-06-06 19:57

Episode numbers?

MisterZ AU

2016-06-06 21:29

No episode numbers, I'm afraid. These grabs are taken from a car chase compilation video on Youtube. I'll try to obtain the DVDs in future.

-- Last edit: 2016-06-09 13:09:08

night cub US

2016-10-22 19:16

@Keats - Since there is only one season, you only need the episode numbers. Nice assortment of vintage Aussie cars.

Keats AU

2016-10-23 05:29

@night cub - OK, noted!

Quick questions - Crawfords (the show's producers) had a fleet of cars, most popped up in several different episodes - ie: the green HQ wagon was in at least three episodes, the red Charger was in two, the Rover 3500 was in two, the Galant was in two, etc; should I add each appearance?

Sandie SX

2016-10-23 05:34

No, just one entry per car. But do feel free to add additional images in the comment section for the cars (you can use: /upload.php for that).

Keats AU

2016-10-23 15:20

And, a quick point: you'll note several apparently identical white VJ Valiant Ranger sedans - they're not the same car repeated! Crawfords had several, five of which were used at various points in "Bluey" - only way to pick 'em apart is by the last three numbers on the licence plate. Registration numbers were IBB-726, 727, 728, 730, and 731.

They had a whole fleet of VJ Valiants with IBB prefixes - sedans, wagons, utes, and a Charger.

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