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'''The Rimini Riddle''' is an Irish puppet TV series that aired during the 1990s in the Ireland broadcasting networks RTE and Network 2. It was part of a television block called ''Saturday Club'' and aired two seasons worth of episodes.  
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'''The Rimini Riddle''' is an Irish puppet TV series that aired from September 1992 to March 1995 on the Ireland broadcasting networks RTE and Network 2. It was part of a television block called ''Saturday Club'' and aired two seasons worth of episodes.  
  
 
==Premise==
 
==Premise==
The premise of the show is mostly unknown, due to many rumours going around about it. The Rimini Riddle is about three orphans, named Rory, Leo, and Ellen, who live with their aunt Vera.  
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The premise of the show is mostly unknown, with descriptions varying from one person to another.  
  
The Rimini Riddle is about the riddle in the Rimini household. They live beside a beach and the orphans are not allowed to go swimming. Ellen meets two little girls on the beach. The mystery has something to do with the two girls depicted in a treasured picture owned by Aunt Vera, as they were said to have drowned.  
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The Rimini Riddle is about three orphans, named Rory, Leo, and Ellen, who live in a guest house with their aunt Vera known as the "Rimini Guesthouse" after their parents die. The house is besides a beach and the orphans are not allowed to go swimming. There is an old picture in the guest house painted by the children’s grandmother of two little girls on a beach in Victorian costume and is highly treasured by Aunt Vera. One day while dusting, Ellen cracks the glass in the painting and finds herself in a fantasy world, on the beach in the picture, where she meets the two little girls depicted the picture as well as a fisherman.
  
It is also known to have had many story and character arcs, especially for a kid's show, making it called a "Puppet soap opera".
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The Rimini Riddle apparently revolves around a mystery in the Rimini household. The mystery has something to do with the two girls depicted in a treasured picture owned by Aunt Vera, as they were said to have drowned. There is also a plush otter doll named Otto who is owned by Leo and is said to be evil.
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The series was known to have had many story and character arcs, especially for a kid's show, and has been described as a "Puppet soap opera".
  
 
==The Search==
 
==The Search==
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No home media release has come up.
 
No home media release has come up.
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==Screenshots==
  
 
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Revision as of 14:59, 6 May 2017

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One of the characters.

Status: Partially Found


The Rimini Riddle is an Irish puppet TV series that aired from September 1992 to March 1995 on the Ireland broadcasting networks RTE and Network 2. It was part of a television block called Saturday Club and aired two seasons worth of episodes.

Premise

The premise of the show is mostly unknown, with descriptions varying from one person to another.

The Rimini Riddle is about three orphans, named Rory, Leo, and Ellen, who live in a guest house with their aunt Vera known as the "Rimini Guesthouse" after their parents die. The house is besides a beach and the orphans are not allowed to go swimming. There is an old picture in the guest house painted by the children’s grandmother of two little girls on a beach in Victorian costume and is highly treasured by Aunt Vera. One day while dusting, Ellen cracks the glass in the painting and finds herself in a fantasy world, on the beach in the picture, where she meets the two little girls depicted the picture as well as a fisherman.

The Rimini Riddle apparently revolves around a mystery in the Rimini household. The mystery has something to do with the two girls depicted in a treasured picture owned by Aunt Vera, as they were said to have drowned. There is also a plush otter doll named Otto who is owned by Leo and is said to be evil.

The series was known to have had many story and character arcs, especially for a kid's show, and has been described as a "Puppet soap opera".

The Search

Throughout that time, two clips surfaced, one of a clip of the Valentine's Special, and the other being an unknown episode with a clip from the puppeteer.

The search for the show has dated back since September 24, 2008 in boards.ie. There has been a Facebook group dedicated to looking for the show and forum posts talking about the memories of the show, negative and positive.

No home media release has come up.

Screenshots