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In the UK, the series gained cult status among some adults during the mid-to-late 1960s because it was seen as having psychedelic connotations (e.g.
Dylan was believed to be high on cannabis and Dougal was thought to be on LSD because of his fondness for sugar lumps, while Zebedee - who was so jumpy - was thought to be on amphetamines (aka 'speed')). At the end of one episode, when Zebedee called his catchphrase of "Time for bed.", Florence asked "Already?
The British (BBC) version was distinct from the French version in that the narration was entirely new, created by Eric Thompson from just the visuals, and not based on the script by Serge Danot.
Thompson worked without any translation of the French scripts, and the English-language version bears no resemblance to them.
He is the only bearded character in the show and, despite his name and appearance, is Irish, not Scottish. The set is a brightly coloured and stylised park containing the eponymous roundabout (a fairground carousel).
The programmes were created by stop motion animation, which meant that Dougal was made without legs to make him easier to animate.
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