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The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin, commonly abbreviated as TAOTR, is an animated series based on the story of the titular Teddy Ruxpin and his friends. It first aired on September 14, 1987.

Episodes[]

  1. The Treasure of Grundo
  2. Beware of the Mudblups
  3. Guests of the Grunges
  4. In the Fortress of the Wizard
  5. Escape from the Treacherous Mountain
  6. Take a Good Look
  7. Grubby's Romance
  8. Tweeg's Mom
  9. The Surf Grunges
  10. The New M.A.V.O. Member
  11. The Faded Fobs
  12. The Medicine Wagon
  13. Tweeg Gets The Tweezles
  14. The Lemonade Stand
  15. The Rainbow Mine
  16. The Wooly What's-It
  17. Sign of a Friend
  18. One More Spot
  19. Elves and Woodsprites
  20. Grundo Graduation
  21. Double Grubby
  22. King Nogburt's Castle
  23. The Day Teddy Met Grubby
  24. Secret of the Illiops
  25. Through Tweeg's Fingers
  26. Uncle Grubby
  27. The Crystal Book
  28. Teddy and the Mudblups
  29. Win One For The Twipper
  30. Tweeg Joins M.A.V.O.
  31. The Mushroom Forest
  32. Anything in the Soup
  33. Captured
  34. To the Rescue
  35. Escape from M.A.V.O.
  36. Leekee Lake
  37. The Third Crystal
  38. Up for Air
  39. The Black Box
  40. The Hard to Find City
  41. Octopede Sailors
  42. Tweeg the Vegetable
  43. Wizardland
  44. The Ying Zoo
  45. The Big Escape
  46. Teddy Ruxpin's Birthday
  47. Wizardweek
  48. Air and Water Races
  49. The Great Grundo Ground Race
  50. A Race to the Finish
  51. Autumn Adventure
  52. Gimmick's Gizmos and Gadgets
  53. Harvest Feast
  54. Wooly and the Giant Snowzos
  55. Winter Adventure
  56. Teddy's Quest
  57. Thin Ice
  58. Fugitives
  59. Musical Oppressors
  60. M.A.V.O. Costume Ball
  61. Father's Day
  62. The Journey Home
  63. On the Beaches
  64. L.B.'s Wedding
  65. The Mystery Unravels

Home Video Releases[]

Teddy Ruxpin: The Movie (1999)[]

VHS cover

Not to be confused with the cancelled feature film of the same name. The first six episodes were compiled on VHS with several edits for time and pacing. Although presented as a film, no new content was produced and the title is purely aesthetic. Some releases came packaged with a small plush of Teddy, presumably the Beanie Baby-esque plush sold alongside the YES! Entertainment release of Teddy.

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