The Backyardigans (partially found British dub of Nick Jr. CGI-animated series; mid-late 2000s)

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The show's logo.

Status: Partially Found

The Backyardigans is a Canadian-American television series that aired on Nick Jr. from 2004 to 2010. Like several other Nick Jr. shows, including Oswald, Wonder Pets!, and Blue's Clues, it was dubbed for the UK market in an effort to not confuse children on pronunciation. Lizzie Waterworth (Austin and Uniqua), Janet James (Pablo), and Maria Darling (Tasha and Tyrone) are believed to be the voice actors for the protagonists of the show.

Episodes[edit | edit source]

# Episode Title Status
1 Pirate Treasure Found
2 The Heart of the Jungle Lost
3 The Yeti Found
4 The Snow Fort Existence Unconfirmed
5 Secret Mission Existence Unconfirmed
6 It's Great to Be a Ghost! Existence Unconfirmed
7 Riding the Range Found
8 The Key to the Nile Existence Unconfirmed
9 Knights Are Brave and Strong Lost
10 Viking Voyage Lost
11 Castaways Partially Found
12 Race to the Tower of Power Found
13 The Quest for the Flying Rock Found
14 Polka Palace Party Found
15 Surf's Up Found
16 Eureka! Found
17 Race Around the World Found
18 Monster Detectives Found
19 Cave Party Lost
20 High Tea Lost
21 Mission to Mars Found
22 Samurai Pie Found
23 Scared of You Found
24 Whodunit Found
25 The Legend of the Volcano Sisters Found
26 The Secret of Snow Found
27 The Swamp Creature Found
28 Horsing Around Lost
29 Special Delivery Found
30 International Super Spy: Part 1 Found (Poor Audio)
31 International Super Spy: Part 2 Found (Poor Audio)
32 Movers of Arabia Found
33 Cops and Robots Found
34 Sinbad Sails Alone Found
35 Best Clowns in Town Found
36 Save the Day Found
37 Into the Deep Found
38 News Flash Lost
39 Catch That Butterfly Found
40 A Giant Problem Found
41 Who Goes There? Found
42 Blazing Paddles Found
43 Rubbish Trek Found
44 Fly Girl Found
45 What's Bugging You? Found
46 Chichen-Itza Pizza Found
47 To the Centre of the Earth Found
48 Front Page News Found
49 Tale of the Mighty Knights: Part 1 Existence Unconfirmed
50 Tale of the Mighty Knights: Part 2 Existence Unconfirmed
51 Le Master of Disguise Found
52 Match on Mt. Olympus Found
53 The Great Dolphin Race Found
54 Caveman's Best Friend Found
55 Ranch Hands from Outer Space Found
56 Robin Hood the Clean Found
57 Escape from Fairytale Village Found
58 Pirate Camp Found
59 The Two Musketeers Found
60 The Masked Retriever Lost
61 Robot Rampage: Part 1 Existence Unconfirmed
62 Robot Rampage: Part 2 Existence Unconfirmed
63 Catch that Train! Existence Unconfirmed
64 Attack of the 50 Foot Worman Existence Unconfirmed
65 Dragon Express Existence Unconfirmed
66 Flower Power Existence Unconfirmed
67 The Funnyman Boogeyman Existence Unconfirmed
68 Follow the Feather Existence Unconfirmed
69 Break Out! Existence Unconfirmed
70 The Action Elves Save Christmas Eve Existence Unconfirmed
71 Los Galacticos Existence Unconfirmed
72 For the Love of Socks! Existence Unconfirmed
73 The Flipper! Existence Unconfirmed
74 Elephant on the Run Existence Unconfirmed
75 The Magic Skateboard Existence Unconfirmed
76 Pablor and the Acorns Existence Unconfirmed
77 Super Team Awesome! Existence Unconfirmed
78 The Big Dipper Diner Existence Unconfirmed
78 The Amazing Splashinis Existence Unconfirmed
80 The Tale of the Not-So-Nice Dragon Existence Unconfirmed

Availability[edit | edit source]

The theme song for the dub has been uploaded to YouTube (and can be viewed below) and some full episodes available to view online of this dub. It is unknown if any episodes were officially released with the British dubbing. YouTube user SewerReviewer received a drive link from Twitter User @lonelyfangs containing a good portion of the episodes, all of which were VCR recordings that were moved to DVDs. The drive link can be accessed below.

According to The Backyardigans Wiki, Paramount and/or Fremantle Media may have released several DVD volumes with the British dub. Two anonymous users on LMW have commented and confirmed that Fremantle's releases contain the British dub.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

The theme song for the dub.
Lizzie Waterworth confirming she voiced Uniqua in this dub.

See Also[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]