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Published on Mar 22, 2013
A quick search of YouTube found hardly any trace of Lenny the Lion and Terry Hall - a real pity, as they were stalwarts of the entertainment circuit for many, many years and much-loved by more than one generation of children. So to help redress that balance just a little, here they are on a visit to the Pink Windmill in an episode of Emu's Wide World from 24th November 1987. Nothing ground-breaking, but I'm afraid it's all I've got of them.
Just in case you're wondering, I can't get a straight answer from the Internet on whether the lion is named "Lennie" or "Lenny" - the end credits of the show from which this clip comes gives it as an -ie ending, but I've been persuaded in the comments to go with -y. I'm still not 100% certain either way, though.
(Please remember that this is an off-air VHS recording, so don't go expecting 1080p HD quality. I'm fairly certain that this video isn't commercially available, and I've uploaded it for its historic interest only. That said, if you are a copyright holder and object, please don't hesitate to contact me.)