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'''''Ripley and Scuff''''' is a children's programme that was produced for ITV's children's strand, CITV. It originally aired from 7 January 2002 to 28 February 2003 and was a spin-off to the highly successful ''Roger and the Rottentrolls''. The show follows Ripley and Scuff, along with their sister Strid and their pet barguest Bargie, as they visit schools across the UK and wreak havoc. The second series was frequently repeated on the CITV Channel between 2006 and 2010.
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'''''Ripley and Scuff''''' is a children's program that was produced for ITV's children's strand, CITV. It originally aired from 07 January 2002 to 28 February 2003 and was a spin-off to the highly successful ''Roger and the Rottentrolls''. The show follows Ripley and Scuff, along with their sister Strid and their pet barguest Bargie, as they visit schools across the UK and wreak havoc. The second series was frequently repeated on the CITV Channel between 2006 and 2010.  
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==Availability==
 
==Availability==
 
While a DVD is available through the official website, clicking the link to buy it gives an error message, and copies through various shopping websites such as eBay and Amazon are extremely hard to find.
 
While a DVD is available through the official website, clicking the link to buy it gives an error message, and copies through various shopping websites such as eBay and Amazon are extremely hard to find.
  
However, a couple episodes can be found on Youtube, one from series one and another from series two.
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However, a couple of episodes can be found on YouTube, one from series one and another from series two.
==Gallery==
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RipleyScruff.JPG

A promo card for the show.

Status: Partially Found

Ripley and Scuff is a children's program that was produced for ITV's children's strand, CITV. It originally aired from 07 January 2002 to 28 February 2003 and was a spin-off to the highly successful Roger and the Rottentrolls. The show follows Ripley and Scuff, along with their sister Strid and their pet barguest Bargie, as they visit schools across the UK and wreak havoc. The second series was frequently repeated on the CITV Channel between 2006 and 2010.

Availability

While a DVD is available through the official website, clicking the link to buy it gives an error message, and copies through various shopping websites such as eBay and Amazon are extremely hard to find.

However, a couple of episodes can be found on YouTube, one from series one and another from series two.

Videos

"Straw"
Part 1/2 of an unknown episode.
Part 2/2 of an unknown episode.