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'''''The Adventures of Noddy''''' was the first TV series to feature Enid Blyton's famous character Noddy. It was a string-puppet show that ran on ITV from 1955-1956<ref>[http://tinyurl.com/NoddyITV ''1950s Childhood: From Tin Baths to Bread and Dripping''.] Retrieved 03 Dec '17</ref> and BBC from 1955 to 1963.<ref>[http://tinyurl.com/NoddyBBC ''TV Toys'' by Anthony A McGoldrick.] Retrieved 03 Dec '17</ref> The series was narrated by Enid Blyton (author and creator of the Noddy Franchise).
  
'''''The Adventures of Noddy''''' was the first TV series to feature Enid Blyton's famous character Noddy. It was a string-puppet show that ran on ITV from 1955-1956 and BBC from 1955 to 1963.
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The entire series is preserved within the BBC Archives, and footage occasionally gets used in documentaries and clip shows. Although episodes of other ''Noddy'' shows have been found, very little footage of the 1955 series resurfaced online.  
  
Although episodes of other ''Noddy'' shows have been found, very little footage of the 1955 series resurfaced.
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In fall of 2017, part of the episode "Noddys Camera" was found to be shown in a VHS documentary special hosted by Phillip Schofield titled ''Best Children's TV of the Decade: '60s and '70s''. In addition, some footage was also shown in a 1957 TV advert for "Kellogg's Sugar Ricicles".  
  
Part of an episode was shown in a VHS documentary special hosted by Phillip Schofield: ''Best Children's TV Of The Decade: '60s and '70s''.
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Furthermore, a Youtube user named "Horipet" uploaded two episodes around late 2018. These episodes were "Noddys Taxi" and "The Enchanted Roller Skates" but without audio. It was not until late 2020 that a team on the Lost Media Wiki undertook finding a 16mm Film reel of "Noddy and The Moon", it was recovered successfully.  
  
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On September 5th, 2020, another commercial for Kellogg's Sugar Ricicles by "{insert channel name here}" was uploaded showing the same Noddy puppet from the series.
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One month later, the same user who had discovered "Noddys Camera" 2 years prior emerged with 2 more episodes. These episodes were titled "How Noddy Came To Towntown" and "The Runaway Train", these episodes are currently awaiting transfer.
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==Home Releases==
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The majority of Physical Releases of “The Adventures of Noddy” were done by Walton Home Films, in partner with ITV.
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Of the known releases by Walton, the are six.
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- How Noddy Came To Toytown
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- Noddys Taxi
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- The Runaway Train
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- The Flying Bed
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- Noddys Broken Window
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- The Enchanted Roller Skates
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These releases can be seen in late 60’s ITV catalogues, but disappear along 1970.
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(Editors note: Do work on cataloguing pictures of the catalogs)
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Wether or not other distributors sold episodes of “The Adventures of Noddy” is currently Unknown.
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==Characters==
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
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|-
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! style="background-color:lightblue" | Name
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! style="background-color:lightblue" | Role
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! style="background-color:lightblue" | Trivia
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|-
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|'''Noddy'''||The main character||He is one of the most influential children's book characters of all time, and is sometimes called "The Little Nodding Man." He is kind and charismatic, but often gets into mischief.
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|-
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|'''Big Ears'''||Noddy's Best Friend||There's a lot of controversial stuff about Noddy and Big Ears. Such as when series author Enid Blyton depicted them sleeping together. While there is no issue with that, it was highly looked down upon when released in the 1960s.
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|-
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|'''Mr. Plod'''||Police Officer||As we see in "Noddy's Camera" he is an amiable police officer and is a friend to all
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|-
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|'''Tessie Bear'''||Noddy's friend||Tessie Bear is depicted in the earliest episodes of the show and is the 2nd most important character.
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|-
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|'''Angela Goldenhair'''||Noddy's friend||Angela Goldenhair is notable for appearing in extremely early Noddy Media, her entire existence is overshadowed by the more popular Tessie Bear.
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|-
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|'''The Goblins'''||Antagonists|| The Goblins (alongside Big Ears) are the only characters that aren't toys. They enjoy playing tricks and causing trouble with Noddy being the easiest victim. The goblins show up in a few episodes (notably "The Enchanted Roller Skates")
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|-
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|'''The Golliwogs'''||Neutral/Antagonists||A group of mischievous dolls that enjoy causing trouble around Noddy and the citizens of ToyTown. The only Gollywog that was friendly was Mr. Golly (the owner of the ToyTown Garage). These characters created controversy due to being based on racist imagery, but they managed to stick around in the Noddy series as late as 1974 before being replaced by The Goblins. One of them appear in the episode "Noddy's Taxi".
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|}
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==Episode List==
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
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|-
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! style="background-color:white" | Important note
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|-
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|The information presented here on ''The Adventures of Noddy'' is very misconstrued, and needs a lot of work.
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There are many different sources with opposing information regarding what is listed.
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|}
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
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|-
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! style="background-color:white" | Important Note, as of 10/29/2020
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|-
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| An important distinction came to light upon the discovery of “Noddy and The Moon”. That distinction was the actual length of a Noddy episode.
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All 6 Walton Home Film Releases that contain Noddy episodes are only 4 minutes in length, while “Noddy and The Moon” was found to have a length of 14 minutes.
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To summarize, while the Walton Home Film Releases contain  complete Noddy episodes, their completeness (or the lack thereof)remains exclusive to those versions; this includes a lack of audio.
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|}
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
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|-
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! style="background-color:lightblue" | Episode Title
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! style="background-color:lightblue" | First Known Broadcast Date
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! style="background-color:lightblue" | Second Known Broadcast Date
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! style="background-color:lightblue" | Home Film Release
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! style="background-color:lightblue" | Status
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|-
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|Hello Little Noddy||Sept 25th, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|How Noddy Came to Toyland||Oct 2nd, 1955||Unknown||Yes||<span style="color:green;">'''Found'''
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|-
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|Noddy's New Car||Oct 9th, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy's Taxi||Oct 16th, 1955||Unknown||Yes||[https://youtu.be/soPQMb2jdWw <span style="color:orange;">'''Partially Found''']
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|-
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|Noddy Does Some Gardening||Oct 23rd, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy Goes Shopping||Oct 30th, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Big Ears' Smokey Chimney||Nov 13th, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy's Burglar||Nov 20th, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Big Ears Leaves Home||Nov 27th, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Invisible Paint||Dec 4th, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy's Unlucky Day||Dec 11th, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Big-Ears and the Magic Spell||Dec 18th, 1955||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Magic Bicycle||Jan 1st, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|A Present for Noddy||May 25th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy´s Runaway Train||June 1st, 1956||Unknown||Yes||<span style="color:Orange;">'''Partially Found'''
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|-
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|The Birthday Flowers||June 6th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|A Boxful of Noddy||June 13th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Lost Cucumber||Jan 29th, 1956||July 14th, 1957||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Big Balloon||July 4th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Buried Treasure||July 11th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Enchanted Roller Skates||Sept 23rd, 1956||Unknown||Yes||[https://youtu.be/wLUHk5rY-bA <span style="color:orange;">'''Partially Found''']
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|-
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|Noddy and the Moon||Sept 30th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||[https://youtu.be/D7Wum7wEJC8 <span style="color:green;">'''Found''']
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|-
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|The House that Wasn't There||Aug 11th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Three P's||Oct 14th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|A Kennel for Bumpy||March 11th, 1956||Aug 25th, 1957||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Missing Money Box||Oct 28th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|A Snowy Day||Nov 4th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Cuckoo's Nest||Nov 11th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Snow Goblin||Nov 18th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Sticky Business||Nov 25th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Flying Bed||Dec 2nd, 1956||Unknown||Yes||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Mr Plod's Secret||Dec 9th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Bicycle Bother||Dec 16th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Big Bang||Dec 23rd, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|More Invisible Paint||Dec 30th, 1956||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy's Radio||Jan 6th, 1957||Unknown||Possible||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy Longlegs||Jan 13th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Sports Day||Jan 20th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy's Dream||Jan 27th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Big Ears Learns to Drive||Feb 3rd, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Moon Rocket||Feb 10th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy Goes to School||April 7th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|A Visit to Kitchen Village||April 14th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy's Big Mistake||April 28th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy's Camera||May 12th, 1957||Unknown||Possible||[https://youtu.be/OAaA6shLbi4 <span style="color:orange;">'''Partially Found''']
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|-
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|Noddy Spring Cleans||May 19th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|A Box of Spells||May 26th, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Noddy Runs Away||June 2nd, 1957||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Chemistry Set||May 23rd, 1958||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|One Lucky Day||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Kangaroo||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|The Dark Wood||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|-
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|Fly Away Cake||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''
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|}
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==Footage==
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{{Video|perrow  =1
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  |service1    =youtube
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  |id1          =n6XOXPZQqjk
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  |description1 =Commercial for Kellogg's Sugar Ricicles''.
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}}
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{{Video|perrow  =1
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  |service1    =youtube
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  |id1          =OpK6blWQOZk
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  |description1 =High Quality footage from another commercial for Kellogg's Sugar Ricicles''.
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}}
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
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File:Noddy3.jpg
File:Noddy4.jpg|Production picture
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File:Noddy4.jpg|Production photo showing Enid Blyton (creator of the Noddy series) posing with a Noddy Puppet.
 
File:Noddy5.jpg
 
File:Noddy5.jpg
File:Noddy6.jpg
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File:Noddy6.jpg|Image probably from ''Noddy Does Some Gardening''.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0484508/ IMDb page on ''The Adventures of Noddy''.] Retrieved 08 Jan '20
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*[http://tinyurl.com/Noddy1955 Collection of screenshots of the show.] Retrieved 08 Jan '20
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*[http://www.eofftv.com/index.php?title=Adventures_of_Noddy,_The_(1955-1958) Episode list with air dates.] Retrieved 08 Jan '20
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*[http://bufvc.ac.uk/allbufvc/search.php?q=Plod/ More confirmed air dates from the show.] Retrieved 08 Jan '20
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*[https://www.tvbrain.info/tv-archive?showname=noddy&type=lostshow The TV Brain listing confirming all episodes that exist of ''The Adventures of Noddy''.] Retrieved 08 Jan '20
  
==Episode list==
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==References==
*Hello Little Noddy (25 September 1955)
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{{reflist}}
*How Noddy Came to Toyland (2 October 1955)
 
*Noddy's New Car (9 October 1955)
 
*Noddy's Taxi (16 October 1955)
 
*Noddy Does Some Gardening (23 October 1955)
 
*Noddy Goes Shopping (30 October 1955)
 
*Big Ears' Smokey Chimney (13 November 1955)
 
*Noddy's Burglar (20 November 1955)
 
*Big Ears Leaves Home (27 November 1955)
 
*The Invisible Paint (4 December 1955)
 
*Noddy's Unlucky Day (11 December 1955)
 
*Big-Ears and the Magic Spell (18 December 1955)
 
*The Magic Bicycle (1 January 1956)
 
*A Present for Noddy (25 May 1956)
 
*The Runaway Train (1 June 1956)
 
*The Birthday Flowers (6 June 1956)
 
*A Boxful of Noddy (13 June 1956)
 
*The Lost Cucumber (27 June 1956)
 
*The Big Balloon (4 July 1956)
 
*Buried Treasure (11 July 1956)
 
*The Enchanted Roller Skates (23 September 1956)
 
*Noddy and the Moon (30 September 1956)
 
*The House that Wasn't There (7 October 1956)
 
*The Three P's (14 October 1956)
 
*A Kennel for Bumpy (21 October 1956)
 
*The Missing Money Box (28 October 1956)
 
*A Snowy Day (4 November 1956)
 
*Cuckoo's Nest (11 November 1956)
 
*The Snow Goblin (18 November 1956)
 
*Sticky Business (25 November 1956)
 
*Flying Bed (2 December 1956)
 
*Mr PIod's Secret (9 December 1956)
 
*Bicycle Bother (16 December 1956)
 
*The Big Bang (23 December 1956)
 
*More Invisible Paint (30 December 1956)
 
*Noddy's Radio (6 January 1957)
 
*Noddy Longlegs (13 January 1957)
 
*Sports Day (20 January 1957)
 
*Noddy's Dream (27 January 1957)
 
*Big Ears Learns to Drive (3 February 1957)
 
*The Moon Rocket (10 February 1957)
 
*Noddy Goes to School (7 April 1957)
 
*A Visit to Kitchen Village (14 April 1957)
 
*Noddy's Big Mistake (28 April 1957)
 
*Noddy's Camera (12 May 1957)
 
*Noddy Spring Cleans (19 May 1957)
 
*A Box of Spells (26 May 1957)
 
*Noddy Runs Away (2 June 1957)
 
*Chemistry Set (23 May 1958)
 
*One Lucky Day (unknown date)
 
*The Kangaroo (unknown date)
 
*The Dark Wood (unknown date)
 
*Fly Away Cake (unknown date)
 
 
 
==Footage==
 
{{#ev:youtube|https://youtu.be/Gu5V4AgPecw?t=1325|320x240|center|Footage of an episode in a documentary, at 22:05. Episode is very probably ''Noddy's Camera''.|frame}}
 
 
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0484508/ IMDb page]
 
*[http://tinyurl.com/Noddy1955 Collection of screenshots of the show]
 
*[http://www.eofftv.com/index.php?title=Adventures_of_Noddy,_The_(1955-1958) Episode list with air dates]
 
  
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Latest revision as of 00:25, 2 November 2020

Noddy1955.jpg

Title card.

Status: Partially Found

The Adventures of Noddy was the first TV series to feature Enid Blyton's famous character Noddy. It was a string-puppet show that ran on ITV from 1955-1956[1] and BBC from 1955 to 1963.[2] The series was narrated by Enid Blyton (author and creator of the Noddy Franchise).

The entire series is preserved within the BBC Archives, and footage occasionally gets used in documentaries and clip shows. Although episodes of other Noddy shows have been found, very little footage of the 1955 series resurfaced online.

In fall of 2017, part of the episode "Noddys Camera" was found to be shown in a VHS documentary special hosted by Phillip Schofield titled Best Children's TV of the Decade: '60s and '70s. In addition, some footage was also shown in a 1957 TV advert for "Kellogg's Sugar Ricicles".

Furthermore, a Youtube user named "Horipet" uploaded two episodes around late 2018. These episodes were "Noddys Taxi" and "The Enchanted Roller Skates" but without audio. It was not until late 2020 that a team on the Lost Media Wiki undertook finding a 16mm Film reel of "Noddy and The Moon", it was recovered successfully.

On September 5th, 2020, another commercial for Kellogg's Sugar Ricicles by "{insert channel name here}" was uploaded showing the same Noddy puppet from the series.

One month later, the same user who had discovered "Noddys Camera" 2 years prior emerged with 2 more episodes. These episodes were titled "How Noddy Came To Towntown" and "The Runaway Train", these episodes are currently awaiting transfer.

Home Releases

The majority of Physical Releases of “The Adventures of Noddy” were done by Walton Home Films, in partner with ITV.

Of the known releases by Walton, the are six.

- How Noddy Came To Toytown

- Noddys Taxi

- The Runaway Train

- The Flying Bed

- Noddys Broken Window

- The Enchanted Roller Skates

These releases can be seen in late 60’s ITV catalogues, but disappear along 1970.

(Editors note: Do work on cataloguing pictures of the catalogs)

Wether or not other distributors sold episodes of “The Adventures of Noddy” is currently Unknown.

Characters

Name Role Trivia
Noddy The main character He is one of the most influential children's book characters of all time, and is sometimes called "The Little Nodding Man." He is kind and charismatic, but often gets into mischief.
Big Ears Noddy's Best Friend There's a lot of controversial stuff about Noddy and Big Ears. Such as when series author Enid Blyton depicted them sleeping together. While there is no issue with that, it was highly looked down upon when released in the 1960s.
Mr. Plod Police Officer As we see in "Noddy's Camera" he is an amiable police officer and is a friend to all
Tessie Bear Noddy's friend Tessie Bear is depicted in the earliest episodes of the show and is the 2nd most important character.
Angela Goldenhair Noddy's friend Angela Goldenhair is notable for appearing in extremely early Noddy Media, her entire existence is overshadowed by the more popular Tessie Bear.
The Goblins Antagonists The Goblins (alongside Big Ears) are the only characters that aren't toys. They enjoy playing tricks and causing trouble with Noddy being the easiest victim. The goblins show up in a few episodes (notably "The Enchanted Roller Skates")
The Golliwogs Neutral/Antagonists A group of mischievous dolls that enjoy causing trouble around Noddy and the citizens of ToyTown. The only Gollywog that was friendly was Mr. Golly (the owner of the ToyTown Garage). These characters created controversy due to being based on racist imagery, but they managed to stick around in the Noddy series as late as 1974 before being replaced by The Goblins. One of them appear in the episode "Noddy's Taxi".

Episode List

Important note
The information presented here on The Adventures of Noddy is very misconstrued, and needs a lot of work.

There are many different sources with opposing information regarding what is listed.

Important Note, as of 10/29/2020
An important distinction came to light upon the discovery of “Noddy and The Moon”. That distinction was the actual length of a Noddy episode.

All 6 Walton Home Film Releases that contain Noddy episodes are only 4 minutes in length, while “Noddy and The Moon” was found to have a length of 14 minutes.

To summarize, while the Walton Home Film Releases contain complete Noddy episodes, their completeness (or the lack thereof)remains exclusive to those versions; this includes a lack of audio.

Episode Title First Known Broadcast Date Second Known Broadcast Date Home Film Release Status
Hello Little Noddy Sept 25th, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
How Noddy Came to Toyland Oct 2nd, 1955 Unknown Yes Found
Noddy's New Car Oct 9th, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy's Taxi Oct 16th, 1955 Unknown Yes Partially Found
Noddy Does Some Gardening Oct 23rd, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy Goes Shopping Oct 30th, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
Big Ears' Smokey Chimney Nov 13th, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy's Burglar Nov 20th, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
Big Ears Leaves Home Nov 27th, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
The Invisible Paint Dec 4th, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy's Unlucky Day Dec 11th, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
Big-Ears and the Magic Spell Dec 18th, 1955 Unknown Unknown Lost
The Magic Bicycle Jan 1st, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
A Present for Noddy May 25th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy´s Runaway Train June 1st, 1956 Unknown Yes Partially Found
The Birthday Flowers June 6th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
A Boxful of Noddy June 13th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
The Lost Cucumber Jan 29th, 1956 July 14th, 1957 Unknown Lost
The Big Balloon July 4th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
Buried Treasure July 11th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
The Enchanted Roller Skates Sept 23rd, 1956 Unknown Yes Partially Found
Noddy and the Moon Sept 30th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Found
The House that Wasn't There Aug 11th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
The Three P's Oct 14th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
A Kennel for Bumpy March 11th, 1956 Aug 25th, 1957 Unknown Lost
The Missing Money Box Oct 28th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
A Snowy Day Nov 4th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
Cuckoo's Nest Nov 11th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
The Snow Goblin Nov 18th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
Sticky Business Nov 25th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
Flying Bed Dec 2nd, 1956 Unknown Yes Lost
Mr Plod's Secret Dec 9th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
Bicycle Bother Dec 16th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
The Big Bang Dec 23rd, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
More Invisible Paint Dec 30th, 1956 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy's Radio Jan 6th, 1957 Unknown Possible Lost
Noddy Longlegs Jan 13th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
Sports Day Jan 20th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy's Dream Jan 27th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
Big Ears Learns to Drive Feb 3rd, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
The Moon Rocket Feb 10th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy Goes to School April 7th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
A Visit to Kitchen Village April 14th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy's Big Mistake April 28th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy's Camera May 12th, 1957 Unknown Possible Partially Found
Noddy Spring Cleans May 19th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
A Box of Spells May 26th, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
Noddy Runs Away June 2nd, 1957 Unknown Unknown Lost
Chemistry Set May 23rd, 1958 Unknown Unknown Lost
One Lucky Day Unknown Unknown Unknown Lost
The Kangaroo Unknown Unknown Unknown Lost
The Dark Wood Unknown Unknown Unknown Lost
Fly Away Cake Unknown Unknown Unknown Lost

Footage

Commercial for Kellogg's Sugar Ricicles.
High Quality footage from another commercial for Kellogg's Sugar Ricicles.

Gallery

External Links

References