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Pingu: 3 - Hide And Seek [VHS]

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It also appears on a BTVision print of Pingu at the Wedding Party (where the title card and credits are completely textless), and most likely on when it first aired on Swiss TV in 1997 (which the BTVision print likely uses). Pingu 4 - Pingu the Chef (BBCV 4975), Pingu the Photographer (BBCV 5380), Pingu's Birthday (BBCV 5664) Original 1993-95 UK VHS.wmv When Pingu is looking around the abandoned igloo, the igloo is clearly a different model as it is completely white when the other model has quite a few marks and scratches.

Pingu and Pinga are playing hide-and-seek. Pingu hides in the toy box while Pinga is counting. Pinga then looks for Pingu all over the igloo inside and out, but cannot find him anywhere. She tells Mum that she does not know where to find Pingu, so Mum suggests that Pinga come shopping with her and that they buy something that will make Pingu come out of his hiding place. Pinga thinks that is a marvelous idea and they set off at once. Pingu 1 - Barrel of Fun (BBCV 4653), Pingu 2 - Building Igloos (BBCV 4812), Pingu 3 - Hide and Seek (BBCV 4868) 1991-92 UK VHS.wmv A slide for the two other " Pingu" videos - 1: " Pingu - Barrel of Fun", and 2: " Pingu 2 - Building Igloos" - It plasters the last logo on the Australian video releases of Hello Pingu! and Pingu and his Friends.

Pingu 1 - Barrel of Fun (BBCV 4653), Pingu 2 - Building Igloos (BBCV 4812), Pingu 3 - Hide and Seek (BBCV 4868) 1991-92 UK VHS.afpk Music/Sounds Variant: On the aforementioned Japanese VHS, the closing theme is not heard. Instead, Pingu's "Noot Noot" is heard a few seconds after the logo fades in, and a section of the song "SEEDS OF HAPPINESS" can be heard when the logo fades in (interestingly, that song was used during the montage). Pingu 1 - Barrel of Fun (BBCV 4653), Pingu 2 - Building Igloos (BBCV 4812), Pingu 3 - Hide and Seek (BBCV 4868) Original 1991-92 UK VHS.afpk

Pingu 1 - Barrel of Fun (BBCV 4653), Pingu 2 - Building Igloos (BBCV 4812), Pingu 3 - Hide and Seek (BBCV 4868) Original 1991-92 UK VHS.wmv After Mum and Pinga leave, Pingu peers out of the toy box and cannot see Pinga anywhere, so he decides to have a little sleep while he is waiting. Suddenly the toy box starts moving by itself across the floor and the lid on the saucepan starts rattling about. A plate then falls out of the cupboard but as it lands on the floor it magically duplicates itself. Pingu suddenly wakes up and is surprised to see the telephone ringing without making a sound. Pingu goes to answer the phone but there is no one on the other end. Then the phone's receiver snaps off, its body falls off the wall and they both turn into flowers. Then some of toys and one of the books jump out of the toy box and onto the floor. The book morphs into three and then they start to dance along with the saucepan lid and the firewood.Barrel of Fun (BBCV 4653), Pingu 2 - Building Igloos (BBCV 4812), Pingu 3 - Hide and Seek (BBCV 4868) 1991-92 UK VHS.afpk In the scene just after Pingu scares Robby, when Robby is looking is for Pingu, look at the mound of ice that is the furthest away from the camera. A fly can be seen moving around it. This goof is only in the original version. Pingu 1 - Barrel of Fun (BBCV 4653), Pingu 2 - Building Igloos (BBCV 4812), Pingu 3 - Hide and Seek (BBCV 4868) Original 1991-92 UK VHS.mp4 Pingu the Chef (BBCV 4975), Pingu the Photographer (BBCV 5380), Pingu's Birthday (BBCV 5664) Original 1993-95 UK VHS.afpk

Pingu 4 - Pingu the Chef (BBCV 4975), Pingu the Photographer (BBCV 5380), Pingu's Birthday (BBCV 5664) 1993-95 UK VHS.mp4 Pingu 4 - Pingu the Chef (BBCV 4975), Pingu the Photographer (BBCV 5380), Pingu's Birthday (BBCV 5664) 1993-95 UK VHS.afpk It was seen on the first two seasons of Pingu. It was last seen on UK television in 2012, when the series last aired on CBeebies (the BBC retained the old master prints of the series well after the HIT remastering). It can also be seen on many VHS tapes (mainly in the UK and Australia), and most likely on the Japanese DVD sets released in 2000. Trivia: This logo was used as the intro for the U.S. Pingu VHS/DVD Meet Pingu. Meet Pingu itself was the first Pingu home video in the U.S.

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The show's international distribution rights were handled by Netherlands-based firm Editoy AG. Editoy was renamed to Pingu BV in 1996, and assumed its current name of The Pygos Group in 2001 after being acquired by a Texas-based firm called Joker, Inc., shortly before the company was bought out by British-based entertainment company HIT Entertainment. This logo is seen on original versions of season three (and possibly four) episodes of Pingu. As with the last logo, as the BBC kept using their own master prints well after the remastering for CBeebies, it was last seen on UK television in 2012. It can also be seen on many VHS tapes (mainly in the UK and Australia).

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