Ragdolly Anna was a British children’s television series made its debut in July 1982. It ran for three series (30 episodes) until July 1987. It was based on the book by Jean Kenward.
Each episode followed a little rag doll named Anna and her dress-maker owner (Pat Coombs – who also served as the show’s narrator). Ragdolly Anna would spring into life when nobody was watching and would go on many wild and fantastic adventures.
The programme was filmed in the Woolman Street Tenements in the Mabgate area of Leeds.
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