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The Definitive Ranking Of '90s Aussie Kids TV Shows

RIGHT IN THE CHILDHOOD.

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56. Li'l Elvis and the Truckstoppers

A redhead foster kid, who may or may not be the illegitimate child of Elvis, forms a band with his best friends and has adventures in the Outback.

Childhood-Defining Moment: The idea that Elvis could have had a redhead kid.

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48. The Miraculous Mellops

About a strange family that had strange things happen to them (but not as good as Round the Twist).

Childhood-Defining Moment: Waiting for your everyday items to aquire superpowers like the Baseball Cap of Flight or the T-Shirt of Invisibility.

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44. The Gift

Whoever held The Gift held the power... and two guardian angels in the form of strange beings Raff and Enzo. This show was fun but not as good as some of the other gems on this list - sadly, they can't all be on top.

Childhood-Defining Moment: Never hating anyone as much as you hated Edwina.

43. Minty

This show was about two identical girls - a British schoolgirl and an Australian soap star - who switched lives. It was entertaining but again, this is a stiff competition.

Childhood-Defining Moment: The whole "the grass is always greener" lesson of the show.

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40. Crash Zone

A bunch of teenagers get paid to play games and muck around on the internet. They were living the dream before you even knew what the dream was.

Childhood-Defining Moment: Getting trauma flashbacks to Mulligrubs thanks to the floating head of the internet named Virgil.

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17. Here's Humphrey

Humphrey B. Bear remains one of the most loved characters in Australian history, and also one of the most controversial - that pantsless rascal.

Childhood-Defining Moment: Cuddling your Humphrey B. Bear toy. You know you had one (or two or three).

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11. Saturday Disney