The Adventures of Timmy the Tooth (lost TV edits of direct-to-video puppet series; 1994-1995)
The Adventures of Timmy the Tooth is a children's puppet series that was created in 1994 by Phil Baron, who was well-known for being the voice of the Teddy Ruxpin toy. It told the story of a tooth named Timmy who lives in Flossmore Valley with his pet toothbrush, Brush-Brush, and followed them as they went on adventures in their imaginations. The series was released direct-to-video from 1994 through 1995 and was a major success.
To promote each new release of the series, MCA Universal Home Video created television cuts for each of the Timmy The Tooth episodes. For the first three releases, they aired in syndication, while for "An Eye For A Tooth", "Rainy Day Adventure" and "The Brush In The Stone", the TV cuts of the show aired on Nickelodeon from 12:30PM-1:00 PM during the Nick Jr. block. Aside from a few demo tapes and news articles mentioning these airings, none of them have surfaced online in any form.