Noddy (partially found British stopmotion series, 1975-1982)


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Noddy (1975 series)
A screencap of the show.
A screencap of the show.
Status Partially Found

The popular children's book Noddy by Enid Blyton has been turned into several children's TV programmes, some of which can be found on video streaming sites and torrents. However, this '70s version (simply titled Noddy) is not very common, with only a selection of episodes released on home video and on the internet, however they were taken down earlier in 2014, likely due to the user getting suspended. They have since been reuploaded.

The Noddy Wikipedia page states this stop-motion show ran from 1975 to 1982, but doesn't specify how many episodes or seasons were made. It is possible that only two seasons were made as two separate intros were created (which is also the case with another show Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall worked on titled Chorlton and the Wheelies).

The missing episodes

Series 1

  • Noddy Goes to Toyland [FOUND]
  • Hurrah for Noddy [FOUND]
  • Noddy and His Car [FOUND]
  • Noddy Goes to School [FOUND]
  • Noddy and the Bumpy Dog [FOUND]
  • Well Done, Noddy [FOUND]
  • Noddy at the Seaside [FOUND]
  • Noddy Gets into Trouble
  • Noddy and the Magic Rubber [FOUND]
  • Noddy and Tessie Bear
  • Noddy Be Brave

Series 2

  • You're a Good Friend, Noddy
  • Here Comes Noddy Again [FOUND]
  • You Funny Little Noddy
  • Look Out, Noddy [FOUND]
  • Noddy Goes to Sea [FOUND]
  • Noddy and the Bunkey
  • Cheer Up, Little Noddy
  • Noddy Goes to the Fair [FOUND]
  • Mr. Plod and Noddy
  • Noddy and the Clockwork Clown
  • Noddy and the Tottles
  • Noddy and the Aeroplane
  • Noddy Builds a House
  • Noddy Meets Father Christmas [FOUND]

External links

Episode guide

Comments


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Anonymous user #1

8 months ago
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I actually remember watching a showing of something called Noddy as a little kid. It wasn't the CGI 'Make Way for Noddy'. All I remember were some sort of bad guys on a shelf who looked like actual actors in costumes.
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Anonymous user #2

1 months ago
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You may or may not have been watching Noddy from 1998, which combined stop motion segments with live-action segments taking place in a grandfather's toy shop.
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Moodiecitymadman

22 days ago
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See if this jogs you're memory http://lostm...%80%93_2000)
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