What were the names of the Teletubbies?
Tinky Winky (Purple)
Don't forget Noo-Noo (Blue)
There are four Teletubbies: Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po.
Unfortunately it doesn't come on any more because of their names but it was on cbbc
The red one is Po. The yellow one is Laa-Laa. The green one in Dipsy. The purple one is Tinky-Winkie. And the vacume cleaner is Noo-Noo. :) watch the teletubbies EVERYDAY! :)
tinky winky, dipsy, lala, po and the vaccum is called noo noo.
Teletubbies Dance with the Teletubbies - 1998 V is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
Teletubbies was created by Anne Wood. Teletubbies was originally from Britain, which is in the United Kingdom.
The teltubbies names are Tinkywinky, Dipsy, Lala and Po. As one who has studied these characters for multiple years, I would reccommend that you should perhaps visit my web page on the Teletubbies.
Teletubbies Here Come the Teletubbies - 1998 V is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
DON'T YOU KNOW WHO THE TELETUBBIES ARE? Tinky winky, Dipsy Laa-Laa and po.
Purple (or Dark Blue): Tinky-winky Green: Dipsy Yellow: Lala Red: Po
Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Lala and Po are names of Teletubbies, characters on a children's television show.
No, Teletubbies is not on TV anymore.
The duration of Teletubbies is 1500.0 seconds.
Teletubbies was in production from 1996 to 2000.
The TeleTubbies debuted on BBC, in England.
most likley teletubbies
"Teletubbies" first aired in 1997 in England.
The Teletubbies was created by Anne Wood & Andrew Davenport.
The characters for the children's show, Teletubbies, were designed in England.
because the teletubbies swore while they were air
March 31st 1997.
TeleTubbies are small creatures with a TV screen on their 'Tubby-Tummy' .
a child tried to cut his belly to look like a teletubbies
Trees that grow Teletubbies and shrubs that eat Teletubbies.
All of the Teletubbies, and I think the Noo-Noo as well.
Teletubbies production ended in 2000, with the last episode airing in 2001.
He maybe did create teletubbies with Anne Woods.
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Everyone knows that the teletubbies pet is that annoying hoover Noo-noo!!
the teletubbies are not written as sexual characters. This absurdity started with homophobes, such as Jerry Fallwell.
Darth Vader, because Teletubbies is kinda new (:
must be the teletubbies because usain is gone in a bolt lol
The teletubbies vacuum cleaners name is Noo-Noo. Additionally, the teletubbies are named Tinky Winky (purple), Dipsy (green), Laa-Laa (yellow) and Po (red).
Because the Noo-Noo is a hoover and he sucks up the teletubbies toys and food whilst cleaning up,hence the reason the teletubbies chase the Noo-Noo,they want their things back!!
viruses are gay and they should all die :| i hate them because they remind me of the teletubbies, and i hate the teletubbies.
No. Do you see Teletubbies merchandise, etc. in stores much these days? I haven't.
a little boy cut a hole in his stoamach and thought there would be a TV in it just like the teletubbies had in there stoamachs
My best guess is on an extraterrestrial planet. The Teletubbies characters (Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa, and Po) first appeared on TV in England. But even the Teletubbies I mentioned in the parentheses may have been loosely adapted from entities among a species of extraterrestrials, perhaps even with their own show. In my abstract sense, Teletubbies ARE real.
Teletubbies was created by Anne Wood and Andrew Davenport. The pair worked for Ragdoll Productions and wrote all of the episodes.
There was a massive battle between the Teletubbies and the Boobah. The Boobahs won. It was a terrible bloodbath. But their memory will live on in our hearts and minds. ;)
Because new shows have come along and the people that aired the teletubbies don't have room for them anymore so they just cut them out entirely.
Budgeting problems most likely caused Teletubbies to be cancelled but there is a rumor that they are coming back on January 12, 2012, to PBS Kids.
someone on LSD
Mark Heenehan has: Performed in "Teletubbies" in 1997. Played Tinky-Winky in "Teletubbies" in 1997. Played Additional Voices in "Teletubbies" in 1997. Played CNN Reporter in "Rogue Trader" in 1999. Played Henry Stone in "It Can Be Done" in 1999. Performed in "The Armando Iannucci Shows" in 2001. Played Tinky-Winky in "Teletubbies: Silly Songs and Funny Dances" in 2002. Played Todd Banner in "Thunderpants" in 2002. Played Tinky winky in "Teletubbies Everywhere" in 2002. Played Sam… Read More
They are aliens, but they don't look like the sterotypical Grays of "science fiction". Try typing "Teletubbies" as a keyword in the Google Image Search.