In July 2014, SuperTed co-creator Mike Young announced that he was developing a brand new series of SuperTed with Abbey Home Media. from the Seton Hall University School of Law where he was Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Seton Hall University School of Law Journal of Sport Law. His early attempts were unsuccessful, until he made some adjustments with the help of a local printer was finally able to get his stories published.  In an interview with Radio Times magazine, Young mentioned that certain aspects of the series would have to be changed for modern audiences. Tex also has a spaceship. The following year, it was dubbed into English and broadcast all over the United Kingdom on BBC1, from 4 October 1983. Once, he tried to find out SuperTed’s magic word by staging situations that would require SuperTed's help. If he starts to call you his friend, then you know you are in trouble and the best thing to do is run away. A girl's father has gone missing at the Creepy Castle in Eastern Europe and SuperTed and Spotty go to find him. Spotty then brings the now living teddy bear to Mother Nature, who gives the bear special powers, transforming him into SuperTed. Texas Pete has hatched a plot to discover SuperTed's magic word. He is the main antagonist of SuperTed and The Further Adventures of SuperTed. Texas Pete. Mother Nature's place is invaded by Texas Pete, Bulk and Skeleton. Siriol management wished to create SuperTed in a way which their own children could be proud of, free from facile plots and hard-line violence. Tex is after the cosmic dust that brought SuperTed to life. This wasn't to say hello, but instead to steal the cosmic dust that Spotty had been collecting for years. Lewis, James The Guardian (1959-2003); Nov 3, 1982; Superted's mission to leap TV language gap By James Lewis, The Guardian (1959-2003); Nov 3, 1982; "SuperTed set to return to the BBC as the latest revival of popular children's television shows", "Siriol and SuperTed – Animator Magazine Library", "SuperTed makes TV comeback without the fat jokes", "SuperTed is being remade for modern audiences", "SuperTed to be back on TV as creator confirms new series", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=SuperTed&oldid=987359482, 1980s British children's television series, British children's animated adventure television series, British children's animated comedy television series, British children's animated superhero television series, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2016, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. A boy is kidnapped by Texas Pete on his visit to the funfair. SuperTed's holiday on the friendly Planet Spot is interrupted when Texas Pete's rocket crash-lands on the planet. SuperTed and Spottyman fly to the South Pacific Islands to stop Texas Pete, Bulk and Skeleton from stealing pearls from the ocean floor. There are a number of things that Tex hates (apart from SuperTed). Connect with Us. Author Topic: ~~Political Cartoons~~ (Read 5670 times) 0 Members and 0 Guests are viewing this topic. Story by Eric Litwin, Art by James Dean, Edited by Stephen Lentz, Music & Narration from HarperCollins Children's Book ... Peter Brookes. Spotty Man reluctantly agrees to take driving lessons from SuperTed. The teddy bear is found by a cosmic being from outer space known as Spotty Man, and Spotty Man brought the teddy bear to life with his "cosmic dust". Bulk now wears the suit of SuperTed and is able to fly like a bear. The series, which will consist of 26 half-hour episodes, was pitched at trade shows in Autumn 2014, with the hope of a television broadcast in the United Kingdom in 2016. 4 Tracks. But soon SuperTed and Spotty Man arrive, ready to fight back and save the day. Unlike the books, the television series was written by Robin Lyons and director Dave Edwards, who were also Directors of Siriol Animation, and between 1983 and 1986, three series were made: This series consisted of 12 episodes, as listed below. Whenever trouble arises, SuperTed whispers his "secret magic word" and transforms into a superhero adorned with a red suit, cape and rocket boots. Created by Mike Young. He is always looking for ways to kill SuperTed because he is always foiling his evil plans. He then warns the viewer: "Remember, I can't be there to save you, especially on the planet Earth". Texas Pete – An evil cowboy and the main villain of the series. Melvyn Hayes reprised his role but other parts were taken by other actors. The animated "setting" for the film was based on Castle Street in Cardiff city centre, Wales with Cardiff Castle as a backdrop. Texas Pete, Bulk and Skeleton plan to sabotage three astronauts' mission to travel deeper into space than any man has ever been before, but SuperTed and Spotty come to the rescue. The Further Adventures of SuperTed is an American-produced series, produced by Hanna Barbera and broadcast in 1989.