Updated January 18, 2004.
SYNOPSIS Today Is Saturday Watch And Smile (or Wear A Smile or other variations). This series was a British children's TV show full of sketches, songs, custard, baked beans, water, and whatever else they could dump on the adults. The series regulars are all profiled at TV Cream. But this site, as usual, will profile Sylveste McCoy. (The "r" in his name came later.)
Sporting a black t-shirt which said "Sylveste is the Real McCoy," Sylvester guested in several episodes as Professor No Ken Do, the karate expert; a werewolf; a flower; a car; and other interesting identities. Some friends of mine have suggested that he might have been the Phantom Flan Flinger, but I don't believe it for a second.
REVIEW What is it about British kid's shows? I dearly love them for their warped senses of humor. And TISWAS is probably the most warped. (Yes, even more warped than Ghoul Lashed.) So far, I've only seen two videos from the series, but am on the look out for the third out of print one. If you know where I can buy it, email me, PLEASE.
PRODUCTION INFO Produced by ITV in the late 70s.
AVAILABILITY Currently unavailable (but sometimes shows up on eBay).
SOUNDS As with all my wavs, I have compressed and uncompressed versions.
For the regular 11,025 Hz, 16 bit, Mono sounds, click on the button. For the compressed MPEG Layer-3 sounds, click on the button.