5 edition of Catweazle and the magic zodiac found in the catalog.
Catweazle and the magic zodiac
Originally published, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1971.
|Statement||(by) Richard Carpenter illustrated by George Adamson.|
|Contributions||Adamson, George, 1913-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||175|
Catweazle, by Richard Carpenter (Puffin, , middle grade, pages) tells of an Anglo-Celtic magician, who, while being pursued by Normans, works a magic spell that lands him (and his toad, Touchwood) on a turkey farm in 20th century England. There he is much impressed by the "magical" powers of the farmer's son Edward, commonly known as. Catweazle befriends his lordship's son Cedric, a 12 year old boy who has come home from boarding school. Cedric has an interest in magic and a riddle that Catweazle cracks. The symbol of the zodiac. It was sad to see the end of the Carrot and Catweazle partnership although it /10(20).
Catweazle also finds himself a new home (and a rather fetching old tricycle) in an abandoned railway station (Duck Halt) and sets about finding the mystic 13th (yes, thirteenth) sign of the zodiac in order to return to his own time, while Cedric hopes to restore his family fortune by . He signed my copy of Catweazle and the Magic Zodiac – and if you missed it, the television series can still be viewed on YouTube. (For the most fun, though, buy the boxset and binge-watch with Catweazle’s favourite food and drink – crisps and pop). Carpenter gave Catweazle brilliant dialogue.
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Buy Catweazle and the Magic Zodiac By Richard Carpenter, in Good condition. Our cheap used books come with free delivery in Australia. ISBN: ISBN BCNSP8CAuthor: Richard Carpenter. This novelization's author created and wrote much of the series. It's grounded in the series' first season while "Catweazle and the Magic Zodiac" is grounded in the second and final season.
Both Puffin Books paperback editions display splendid illustrations by one George Worsley Adamson/5(25). About this Item: Puffin Books / Penguin Books, United Kingdom, Soft cover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. Adamson, George (illustrator). A reprint from Illustrated covers - to front photo fo Catweazle from TV series ''Geoffrey Bayldon as Catweazle'; to back Catweazle and Robin Davies as Carrot, in the London Weekend International production for television.
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Adramalech (also Adramelech, Adrammelech, Adrammelek, Andramalech) is mentioned by Catweazle in the episode The Sign of the zle wants to cast a magic spell and send Tearful Ted the 77 plagues of Adramalech.
The name of this demon derives from Adar-malik = glorious also means king of fire, and he is described as the sun-god, and thus the counterpart to the.
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Catweazle and the magic zodiac by Richard Carpenter avg rating — 37 ratings — published — 3 editions. World Distributors released three Catweazle Annuals to tie in with the Catweazle TV show, each annual including features and stories, both comic strip and text.
World also released a one-off. Often a television series becomes so successful and popular or attains such a cult status that the franchise produces books either directly based on it (adapted from the episode scripts) or strongly inspired by it (but describing new adventures of the characters).
Television series. The following is a list of television series which were used as the basis for novels (see also Category:Novels. Catweazle publications based on the television series: The television episodes are narrated in these 2 publications.
‘Catweazle’ & ‘Catweazle and the Magic Zodiac’. Both written by Richard Carpenter and with illustrations by George Adamson.
Published with Penguin Books respectively in &. There are two novelisations by Carpenter, one for each series: Catweazle and Catweazle and the Magic Zodiac.
Both books were illustrated by George Adamson. A page picture book, Catweazle in Marrow Escape was also produced, written by Alan Fennell. A comic strip version featured in the TV comic Look-in, written by Angus P. Allan, and three.Richard Carpenter produced two books, Catweazle and Catweazle and the Magic Zodiac, which adapted several episodes of the series - the first book covered the first season, the second book the second season of the show.
There were also at least three Catweazle Annuals released.I was a bit too young to have watched this, but I enjoyed the book, in the late 70s, and recall the character Carrot from that. There was a sequel book I also enjoyed, Catweazle and the Magic Zodiac, which had a different friend for Catweazle, called Cedric.
I don't know if that was also filmed?