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Spot (franchise)

This article is about the yellow puppy character first published in 1980. For other dogs named Spot, see Spot.

Spot is a fictional puppy created by Eric Hill, an Englishauthor and illustrator of children's picture books. The success of Hill's books about Spot led to other media productions, including television and home video titles, music albums, and CD-ROM titles.

History[edit]

First published in 1980,[1]Where's Spot? was inspired while Hill was working in creative marketing; he noticed his three-year-old son was fascinated by the process of lifting up a paper, on a design he was creating. Captivated by this thought, Hill created a story about a puppy which incorporated the flap design.[1] During the late 1970s it was extraordinarily innovative concept, and it took some time for any publisher to take any notice of the idea before Puffin books decided to publish his book. Within weeks of the first book being released it topped the Bestseller list.

Hill said "When I first drew Spot I realised that when I came to draw the spot on his body and the tip of his tail I was copying the markings on an aircraft. I grew up drawing aircraft – that is how I learned to draw. "I am quite convinced now, as I look back, that the actual training of drawing cartoons – which is, of course, my style – led to my producing Spot. Cartoons must be very simple and have as few words as possible and so must the Spot books. I designed Spot out of my previous background as a designer and illustrator. It was quite unconscious but I can see now that I have created a ready-made trademark of its kind, with the essential spot on the body and a bit on the tail."[2]

Over time, the book was translated into more than sixty languages.[2] In Afrikaans versions of the book Spot is translated to "Otto", widely believed to be the surname of a South African friend of Hill's. This name has been attributed to Spot as many of the books were believed to be inspired by the life of aforementioned friend, J. Otto.[citation needed] In the Netherlands, Spot is known as Dribbel.

Characters[edit]

Main characters[edit]

  • Spot: The protagonist of the series. A yellowpuppy with a brown spot on each side of his body and a brown tip on his tail, Spot is full of curiosity, helpfulness, and a huge desire to learn. He was voiced by Jonathan Taylor Thomas (Series 1 - 2), Haley Joel Osment (Series 3) and Richard Pearce (Currently)
  • Sally: Spot's mother. She is also yellow and has a brown spot on her back that goes around the back of her body, as well as two brown spots on each side of her body and a brown tip on her tail. Much of the first story, Where's Spot?, involves her going around the house looking for Spot.
  • Sam: Spot's father. He is also yellow, but without any spots on his body.
  • Susie: Spot's little sister, she is yellow but has a brown spot on her back.
  • Helen: A bluehippo who is Spot's best friend. Her colour is dark blue and she has sags under her eyes in the first series of The Adventures of Spot. Starting with later episodes of series one, she is redesigned with a more youthful and less intimidating appearance, turning light blue and losing the sags under her eyes. Starting with series two, she becomes an ever lighter shade of blue.
  • Steve: A brownmonkey with a tan face, he is playful and full of surprises.
  • Tom: A greencrocodile who is Spot's third best friend. He started out dark green in colour in the first series. He also sports rather sharp-looking incisors and a red colouring inside his mouth on the first series of The Adventures of Spot. Starting with later episodes of the first series, similar to Helen, he is also redesigned with a more youthful and less intimidating appearance, losing the sharp incisors and white eye sacs. Starting with the second series, he also turns to a lighter shade of green. He loves going fishing. Tom loves the snare drum, considered to be his favourite instrument. His dad is the mayor of the town.

Minor characters[edit]

  • Billy: A brownbear who loves to eat. He appears in the first series of The Adventures of Spot.
  • Clare: A greenturtle.
  • Cybil: An orangetabby cat who is the series' antagonist. She has a very rude personality, as seen in episodes "Spot's Lost Bone" and "Spot's First Walk" where she scares Spot. She appears only in the first series of The Adventures of Spot. In the U.S., her rude personality was toned down.
  • Mr. Kangaroo: Spot's neighbour, a brownkangaroo that speaks in an Australian accent since that kangaroos are a native animal of Australia. He appears only in the first series of The Adventures of Spot.
  • Leo: An orangelion.
  • Sidney: A yellowish-greensnake.
  • Percy and Polly: Two black and white penguins with yellow beaks who are thought to be brother and sister.
  • Miss Bear: A brown bear who wears a yellow top with a pink bow and a pink skirt. She is Spot, Helen, Tom, Steve and Clare's class teacher at school.

Books[edit]

Since 1980 with the success of Where's Spot?, Eric Hill went on to create numerous other books, which most being translated to Welsh (as well as the TV series, commissioned by S4C), some have also been translated into Scottish Gaelic, and Where's Spot? has been translated into Cornish.[citation needed]

  • Where's Spot? (1980)
  • Spot's First Walk (1981)
  • Spot's Birthday Party (1982)
  • Spot's First Christmas (1983)
  • Spot Goes to School (1984)
  • Spot Goes on Holiday (1985)
  • Spot Goes to the Circus (1986)
  • Spot Goes to the Farm (1987)
  • Spot's First Easter (1988)
  • Spot's Baby Sister (1989)
  • Spot Goes to the Park (1991)
  • Spot's Goes to a Party (1992)
  • Spot Bakes a Cake (1996)
  • Spot Visits his Grandparents (1996)
  • Spot Goes Splash! and Other Stories (1998)

List of Spot sound books[edit]

In the 1990s a number of books were released with sound effect, produced by Publications International and published by Frederick Warne.[3] The U.S. edition of the sound books were somewhat different from the U.K. editions of the book. The text in these editions is slightly altered, and in some cases, the title is changed as well. They are produced and published by Publications International.

Book design[edit]

The books are set in the typeface Century Schoolbook Infant, a very rare, single-story version of Century Schoolbook.

Television[edit]

With the success of the books the BBC commissioned an animated series, which first appeared on 9 April 1987;[4] with Paul Nicholas providing the narration, and re-narrated in 2000 by Jane Horrocks. The series aired on television channel across the world, including RTÉ in Ireland, with the series dubbed into an Irish language with the title Echtrai Bhrain. A DVD version was released in Japan in 2005 with Japanese, English and Instrumental sound tracks. The DVDs used the same name for Spot as the books in Japan, that being コロちゃん (Korochan). In the US, the shows are distributed by Walt Disney Home Video.

The Adventures of Spot: series 1 (1987)[edit]

The first series of The Adventures of Spot, which was animated and produced by King Rollo Films, aired on the BBC between 9 April and 17 July 1987. It consisted of 13 episodes, each 5 minutes long. The episodes were narrated by Paul Nicholas (original version) and the music was composed by Duncan Lamont (original version).

Episodes in this series:

  1. "Spot's Surprise Parcel" (9 April 1987)
  2. "Spot's Lost Bone" (16 April 1987)[5]
  3. "Spot's First Walk" (23 April 1987)
  4. "Spot in the Woods" (30 April 1987)
  5. "Spot's Birthday Party" (In the Current Version as "Spot's Birthday Present") (7 May 1987)
  6. "Where's Spot?" (14 May 1987) [6]
  7. "Sweet Dreams, Spot" (20 May 1987)
  1. "Spot Goes to School" (28 May 1987)
  2. "Spot Goes to the Circus" (4 June 1987)
  3. "Spot Follows His Nose" (11 June 1987)
  4. "Spot Goes Splash" (18 June 1987)
  5. "Spot's Windy Day" (16 July 1987)
  6. "Spot Goes to the Beach" (17 July 1987) [7]

The Adventures of Spot: series 2 (1993)[edit]

The second series of The Adventures of Spot aired between 6 September and 20 December 1993, and, like the first series, consisted of 13 5-minute episodes. Once again, the episodes were produced by King Rollo Films. Paul Nicholas (original version) returned as the voices and Duncan Lamont (original version) returned as composer of the music.

Episodes in this series:

  1. "Spot Goes to the Farm" (6 September 1993) [8]
  2. "Spot Sleeps Over" (9 September 1993)
  3. "Spot Makes a Cake" (13 September 1993)
  4. "Spot Goes to the Park" (16 September 1993)
  5. "Spot Finds a Key" (20 September 1993)
  6. "Spot in the Garden" (23 September 1993)
  7. "Spot Goes to a Party" (27 September 1993)
  1. "Spot's Winter Sports" (15 November 1993) [9]
  2. "Spot Goes to the Fair" (22 November 1993)
  3. "Spot's Favorite Toy" (29 November 1993)
  4. "Spot's First Picnic" (6 December 1993)
  5. "Spot at the Playground" (13 December 1993)
  6. "Storytime with Spot" (20 December 1993)

Spot's Musical Adventures (2000)[edit]

Spot's Musical Adventures, very similar to The Adventures of Spot, aired between 25 October and 10 November 2000. Like The Adventures of Spot, this series consisted of thirteen episodes, but this time, with a short song in them. The format of the series reverted to the narration format used prior to the specials. For these episodes, however, comedian Jane Horrocks was given the role of the narration and voices, instead of Paul Nicholas.

Episodes:

  1. "Spot's Show" (25 October 2000)
  2. "Spot's Treehouse" (26 October 2000)
  3. "Spot's Breakfast" (27 October 2000)
  4. "Spot's Horse" (released in the U.S. as "Spot's Hobby Horse") (30 October 2000)
  5. "Spot's Grandpa" (31 October 2000)
  6. "Spot's Umbrella" (1 November 2000)
  7. "Spot's Band" (2 November 2000)
  1. "Spot's Bath" (3 November 2000)
  2. "Spot's Tent" (6 November 2000)
  3. "Spot Tidies Up" (released in the U.S. as "Spot Cleans Up") (7 November 2000)
  4. "Spot Helps Grandma" (8 November 2000)
  5. "Spot's School Trip" (9 November 2000)
  6. "Hide and Seek" (released in the U.S. as "Spot Plays Hide and Seek") (10 November 2000)

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spot_(franchise)
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Spot's First Video is a UK VHS release by Tempo Video Children's Stories and M.S.D Video Distribution Ltd on 3rd October 1988, and then it got re-released by Abbey Home Entertainment Distribution on 4th March 1991, and it got repackaged with a new video cover by Tempo Pre-School and Abbey Home Entertainment in 7th June 1993.

Description[]

Spot's First Video is a series of cartoons based on the best-selling books for children by Eric Hill, featuring Spot - a young puppy, Sally and Sam - his mother and father, and several of his friends. The films deal in a simple and entertaining way with everyday happenings familiar to children the world over.

Episode Info[]

  • Spot's Surprise Parcel - Spot wakes up and has his breakfast, then he hears a knock on the door. It's the postman bringing him a special parcel.
  • Spot's Lost Bone - Spot can't remember where he has put his bone, but he certainly has a lot of fun looking for it.
  • Spot's First Walk - Spot goes out in the garden for the first time on his own.
  • Spot In The Woods - Spot goes for a walk in the woods with his Dad, Sam, and looks for lions, tigers, elephants and bears.
  • Spot's Birthday Party - Spot really enjoys his birthday party especially when he and his friends play hide and seek.
  • Where's Spot? - It's dinner time but Spot goes missing. Spot's Mum, Sally, goes looking for him.

Running time: 30 minutes approx.

UK Adverts[]

1989 re-released[]

Tempo Video Children's Stories VHS Catalogue trailer with clips of...

  • Transformers - Head Masters
  • Transformers - The Return of Optimus Prime
  • Transformers - Dark Awakening/Grimlock's New Brain
  • Action Force International Heroes - The Movie
  • Action Force – Arise, Serpentor, Arise!
  • Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light - The Age of Magic Returns/The Dark Hand of Treachery
  • The Action Adventure Collection 1 (featuring Action Force International Heroes, Transformers and Inhumanoids)
  • MoonDreamers - Dreamland Express
  • MoonDreamers - Up Above the Clouds
  • My Little Pony and Other Friends - Vol. 1 (featuring The Charmkins, MoonDreamers and The Glo Friends)
  • Jem - Glitter N' Gold
  • Jem - Music and Magic
  • Jem - The Fan/Roxy Rumbles
  • Smallfilms Children's Favourites (featuring Ivor the Engine, Bagpuss and The Clangers)
  • Sooty – Sooty and Co
  • Sooty – Sooty's House
  • Sooty – Sooty's Time Capsule/Ventriloquism
  • The New Adventures of Care Bears - Making Friends
  • The New Adventures of Care Bears - The Gift of Caring
  • My Little Pony - The Would Be Dragonslayer and Spike's Search
  • My Little Pony - Bright Lights starring The Baby Ponies
  • Little Clowns of Happytown - Volume 1
  • Little Clowns of Happytown - Volume 2
  • Postman Pat - Vol. 1
  • Postman Pat - Vol. 2
  • Postman Pat - Vol. 3
  • Sylvanian Families - Volume 1
  • Sylvanian Families - Volume 2
  • Sylvanian Families - Volume 3
  • Rainbow - Rainbow Goes Camping
  • Rainbow - Down on the Farm
  • Rainbow - Monster Makes/Guess Who I Am
  • Rainbow - Stories and Rhymes
  • Spot's First Video
  • Inhumanoids - The Evil That Lies Within
  • The Heroic Adventures of SuperTed
  • The New Adventures of SuperTed
  • Sparky's Magic Piano
  • Button Moon
  • Picnic on Button Moon
  • A Day Trip to Button Moon
  • Looking for Button Moon
  • The Shoe People
  • The Shoe People - P.C. Boot to the Rescue
  • The Shoe People - Shoe Town Stories

1991 Re-release[]

  • The Tempo Pre-School video titles advert from 1991 with Anytime Tales, Golden Treasury of Nursery Rhymes, Mr Men and little Miss, The Junglies, Spot, Postman Pat, Paddington Bear, Bump, Tales of Aesop and Tell Me a Story.

External Links[]

Spot's First Video on YouTube.

Sours: https://tempo-video.fandom.com/wiki/Spot%27s_First_Video
Spot's First Video (1988 UK VHS)

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Adventures of spot vhs the

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Spot's First Video (V9150), The Adventures of Spot (V9154) 1988 UK VHS

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