In an interview with Songfacts, Ron Roker said: "My first chart success was with a song called 'Rupert the Bear,' which gave me the biggest kick. It was in the Christmas period of the year when they released the TV show and record of our theme song. I happened to be passing Selfridges Christmas Grotto window where they had on display the first toys ever made for the Rupert characters. The display caught my eye and at that moment, two little children looking at the display with their mother said 'Look mum Rupert' and they both started to sing the song. As corny as it sounds it was a very special moment for me, and to this day their version was the best I ever heard, and maybe that meant the song was a success."
Ron Roker also co-wrote "Storm In A Tea Cup
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Alexander Baron - London, England