The Further Adventures of SuperTed

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The Further Adventures of SuperTed
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On-screen title card.
Created by: Mike Young
Dave Edwards
Network: Syndication
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Siriol Animation
Distributor: Worldvision Enterprises
Original release: January 31April 25, 1989
Run time: 22 minutes
Starring: Danny Cooksey
Pat Fraley
Brian Mitchell
Derek Griffiths
Jon Pertwee
Victor Spinetti
Executive producer(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Producer(s): Charles Grosvenor
Music composed by: John Debney
Writer(s): Kelly Ward
Mark Young
Director(s): Bob Alvarez
Paul Sommers
Gordon Hunt (voices)

The Further Adventures of SuperTed, also known as SuperTed, is an American-British animated superhero television series created by Mike Young. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera, in association with S4C and Siriol Animation, for syndication on stations that took part in The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera programming block. It ran in 1989, airing a total of 13 episodes that spanned one season.

As the name suggests, it was a sequel to the original SuperTed animated series which was produced exclusively in Wales for a British-English audience between 1984 to 1986.

SuperTed was originally a discarded teddy bear brought to life with cosmic dust to be a superhero by the passing spotted-alien humanoid named Spotty.




The music was composed by John Debney, and was edited by Bert Navia and Jess Navaro. The director of music supervision was Joanne Miller.


Episode Number Air date
"Phantom of the Grand Ol' Opry" 1x01 January 31, 1989
"Dot's Entertainment" 1x02 February 7, 1989
"Knox Knox, Who's There?" 1x03 February 14, 1989
"The Mysticetae Mystery" 1x04 February 21, 1989
"Texas Is Mine" 1x05 February 28, 1989
"Sheepless Nights" 1x06 March 7, 1989
"We Got Nutninkhamun" 1x07 March 14, 1989
"Leave It to Space Beavers" 1x08 March 21, 1989
"Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere" 1x09 March 28, 1989
"Farewell, My Lovely Spots" 1x10 April 4, 1989
"Ben-Fur" 1x11 April 11, 1989
"Spotty Earns His Stripes" 1x12 April 18, 1989
"Ruse of the Raja" 1x13 April 25, 1989


American cast

British cast


Home media

In the United Kingdom and Ireland, BBC Video released three VHSes, each containing two episodes: The Further Adventures of SuperTed: Phantom of the Grand Ol' Opry and The Further Adventures of SuperTed 2: Knox Knox, Who's There in 1990, and The Further Adventures of SuperTed 3: The Mysticetae Mystery in 1991.

In the United States, Hanna-Barbera Home Video released a single VHS in 1990 called The Further Adventures of SuperTed: Leave it to Space Beavers.

It is also available to purchase digitally in America.