Fingermouse

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Fingermouse is a British children's television programme created by Michael Cole for the BBC in 1975. It is a spin-off of the earlier series Fingerbobs. The first episode was broadcast on 4 November 1975 on BBC1. The eponymous star was a paper finger puppet in the form of a mouse, who would play various musical instruments with the help of Iain Lauchlan, called the Music Man. Fingermouse also went adventuring outside, interacting with other paper puppets made by artist Joanne Cole.

Each episode lasted fifteen minutes, and one series was made.

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