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Today it's hard to believe it but at the very beginning of its existence celebrated today animated series called The Simpsons that contains history in more than twenty seasons all was not planned as a large-scale TV project. In the initial stages of dating with the audience The Simpsons little family was involved only in the short movie "The Simpsons Tracey Ullman Show" lasting no more than a minute in the TV show The Tracey Ullman British talented comedienne. By mid-1980 appearing characters of the cult cartoon series have been presented to the audience in a rather rough line as their creator Groening had bad inclinations for painting and multipliers in turn only copied his sketches are not even trying to improve them. But the audience was not so keen on the very picture of what is happening as the story line and the characters that have become a great way of repetition of the existence of the ordinary American citizen. After three years the output of the cartoon shorts Homer and his family have become very popular prompting major to reflect on the creation of a full-fledged series. But this is not yet the time has come. And at this point the audience have a chance to watch the events of rare series of wonderful animated series and discover the history of its origin.
Tracey Ullman's Show season 1 episodes list:
Featuring a delinquent Dame Judi Dench and a dangerously accident-prone massage therapist.
The Duchess of Cornwall babysits Prince George for the day.
A pair of American tourists have their rose-tinted view of London put to the test.
Angela Merkel is back in Britain for another top-level political summit.
Hayley the zookeeper is distraught when her favourite monkey goes off to be mated.
Model agent Steph catches up with a promising new face.
Tracey Ullman looks back at the best bits of series one.