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Noddy's New Friend
Season 1, Episode 7
Noddy's new friend Ep
Air date October 29, 1992
Written by Julia Allen and Chris Allen
Directed by Brian Little
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Noddy's New Friend, in American releases, is the seventh episode in season 1 of Noddy's Toyland Adventures that was first transmitted on Children's BBC at 29th October 1992.

Synopsis[]

Noddy makes a new friend, Bunkey, who hurt his foot after "escaping" from a circus caravan. Bunkey is allowed to stay with Noddy until his foot is better, and promises to help him. Bunkey proves to be too helpful, and ends up stealing things to cater to Noddy and his friends.

Characters[]

Goofs[]

  • When Bunkey was rushing out the door, he still has his spoon in his hand, but in the next scene when he is shown pulling up the weeds in Noddy’s garden, his spoon is gone, as Bumpy Dog came running along.

Credits[]

  • Based on the stories by Enid Blyton
  • Story written by Julia and Chris Allen
  • Voices by Susan Sheridan and Jimmy Hibbert
  • Music Composed and Performed by Paul K. Joyce
  • Animated by Paul Berry, Sue Pugh and Lloyd Price
  • Puppet Makers: Noel Baker, Marcia Pidgeon, Colin Batty, Peter Saunders, Peter Bentley, Bridget Smith, Ian MacKinnon and Stuart Sutcliffe
  • Sets and Props by Rick Kent, Chris Keogh, Jeff Spain, Paul Simpson, Richard Sykes and Pippa Greenwood
  • Costumes Made by Helen Plaumer, Clare Elliott and Geraldine Corrigan
  • Art Director: Bridget Appleby
  • Assistant Designer: Graham Maiden
  • Production Supervisor: Christine Walker
  • Model Camera and Lighting by Jerry Andrews and Joe Dembinski
  • Edited by Nibs Senior
  • Assistant Editor: Bob Ashton
  • Dubbing Mixer: John Wood
  • Directed by Brian Little
  • Executive Producers: Theresa Plummer-Andrews
  • Produced by Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall
    with thanks to Sylvia Rosen
  • Produced for BBC Enterprises by Cosgrove Hall Productions Limited
  • Based on the 'NODDY' books by Enid Blyton
  • © BBC Enterprises 1992
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