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Issue Details: First known date: 1999-2000... 1999-2000 Chuck Finn
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Chuck Finn follows Charles 'Chuck' Finn, a Canadian boy whose parents move from Toronto to the Australian country town of Tingalla. At first, he longs desperately to return to Toronto, but he soon finds the decommissioned and derelict paddle steamer the Tingalla Rose. Soon, he and his friends--some of whom are ghostly, rather than mortal--are enchanted by the possibility of getting the Tingalla Rose running again and seduced by life on the Murray River.

Unfortunately for Chuck Finn, Barron Entertainment declared bankruptcy during the production of season two. A truncated season of six episodes was completed and released, but the production was abandoned at that point.

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  • Authorship details for season two of Chuck Finn are currently incomplete: the list of episodes for the truncated season is complete, but the authors are not listed. This section will be updated as more information comes to light.

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