Capt. Crouton Hey, CaptCrouton, I remember these guys too. Janice & Mokey's Man is right, as you already know, but all characters can be organized quite easily. The book says what number it is, and they were color-coded in different groups. Red, blue, and brown had 7 each, and green had 5, including the review book featuring all the characters. Now my request to you is for your help with the newer characters. Though I may still have some sight left, I unfortunately lost my eye for details. I was hoping you could tell me not only what each new character is known for, hence their letter designation, but what they each look like based on that specialty feature. If the descriptions are too long to place in one post in response to this one, you can go ahead and drop me a line at email@example.com. Be sure to include "Letter People Descripts" in the subject heading if you decide to send them my way. I also had the records, and I remember my dad recording them individually from record to tape on one entire cassette. I may have to do some digging to see if I still have it, though it's incomplete as there wasn't any tape length for Y and Z. Thanks for your help and have a great night, the Count.