The Mr. Men Show (partially found American remake of British children's TV series; 1997-1999)

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Status: Partially Found

The Mr. Men Show (not to be confused with the 2008 reboot) was a North American remake of the British series, 'Mr. Men and Little Miss'. Each episode contained three dubbed episodes of the series with American voice actors plus live action segments with a cast of recurring characters,[1] fitting it into a thirty-minute slot. It originally aired on CBC in Canada and was syndicated by the Summit Media Group in fall 1997 for the USA, where it aired on UPN networks, HBO networks, PTV and A!Channel.[2][3] In the 2000s it also aired on BOOK Television.

Featuring the dubbed episodes of 'Mr. Men and Little Miss', was the block of cartoons 'Small World', which aired on Cartoon Network from 1996 to 2002.

Of the show's 40 episodes (Including the Christmas Special), only 33 episodes are currently online.

Episode Name Status Notes
Carnival Found
Fitness Day Found
Movie Star Partially Lost
Christmas Special Found

Additionally, of the 105 episodes of Mr Men Little Miss, 13 full dubbed episodes of 'Mr Men. and Little Miss' have been found, plus two clips from other dubbed episodes.

Found dubs
Mr. Cheerful Doffs His Hat
A Special Friend for Little Miss Lucky
Little Miss Scatterbrain Puts Everything in Turmoil
No Food is No Fun for Mr. Greedy
Little Miss Bossy Has a Busy Day
Mr. Skinny's Incredible Bet
Little Miss Helpful Goes to the Fair
Mr Small's Big Dream
Mr Strong Makes a Big Splash
Mr Clever Flies his Kite
Mr Fussy Takes a Well Earned Break
Mr Lazy Can't Sleep Anymore
Little Miss Star Goes to Jollywood
One Day in the Life of Mr Perfect
Little Miss Sunshine Brings a Smile
A Big Surprise for Mr Mean
Happy Christmas Mr Worry
Mr Slow Takes the Lead
Mr Muddle Goes Fishing
Little Miss Greedy Belle of the Ball (clip)
Mr Nosey Goes Fishing (clip)

Also online are many clips of the live action segments, uploaded by YouTube user 'MrMenShow1990s'. Based on the closing lines of two of the segments, we can assume that the episode(s) they were from featured a Little Miss Tidy episode and the episode 'Mr. Chatterbox loses his voice'.

See Also


  1. Erickson, Hal (2005). Television Cartoon Shows: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, 1949 Through 2003 (2nd ed.). McFarland & Co. p. 560. ISBN 978-1476665993.

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