List of Doctor Snuggles episodes

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Doctor Snuggles is an animated series about a friendly and optimistic inventor named Doctor Snuggles who has unusual adventures with his friends.

Episodes[edit]

# Title Director Writer Original air date
1 "The Fabulous Mechanical Mathilda Junkbottom" Richard Carpenter (screenwriter) 1979
Doctor Snuggles builds Mathilda Junkbottom as a help to Miss Nettles. Miss Nettles is not happy of her mechanical assistant but given a new chance after almost ruining Snuggles house by flooding it, Nettles and Mathilda form a friendship.
2 "The Astounding Treacle Tree" Richard Carpenter 1979
The Treacle Tree talks Doctor Snuggles into building it wings. Once the wings are built and mounted the tree takes off and doesn't return. Snuggles and his friends go after the tree in a space ship and find it on a planet ruled by plants. Due to its ability to fly the Treacle Tree is now their emperor and wants nothing to do with Snuggles and the others.
3 "The Spectacular Rescue of Miss Nettles" Richard Carpenter 1979
The evil Professor Emerald arrives at the Snuggle's residence to 'sell' Ms. Nettles a flying carpet, but in reality wants to keep her as his own maid. The doctor tries to rescue her from the megalomaniac wizard, but the magician simply brings her back to her house because she was being rather bossy.
4 "The Unbelievable Wormmobile Adventure" Richard Carpenter 1979
Snuggles's uncle Bills pet parrot flies to Snuggles to tell him that animals at Amazon river are turning into butterflies. Snuggles journeys there with his friends to meet Bill and to discover what is causing the anomality and how to remedy it.
5 "The Sensational Balloonrace" Richard Carpenter 1979
Granny Toots is in dire need of a new hospital for her cats, but isn't able to since she doesn't have enough money to do so, so the Doctor has a plan: he enters a balloon race where he can win 1000 pounds. He meets up with Willy Fox and Charlie rat who try to stop them and garner the winnings for themselves, but fail when Snuggles wins the prize.
6 "The Magical Multi-Coloured Diamond" Richard Carpenter 1979
The rainbow is in dire need of repair, and Snuggles tries to figure out how he can make the Rainbow better, so he invents a Diamond-making machine. Things go awry when Willie Fox tries to steal the invention, causing the machine to go haywire, and ultimately create a massive diamond in Rickety Rick. When Doctor Snuggles investigates, he is persuaded to enter the diamond, where he meets up with Woogie. There, he is told to make a rainbow-repairing machine with the large diamond.
7 "The Remarkable Fidgety River" Douglas Adams and John Lloyd (writer) 1979
During a hot summertime Snuggles is told of the Fidgety River being "dried up"; in truth it's hiding in a cave, "rolled up like a carpet", because someone has taken cubes of water from the ocean, leading it to fear it would disappear as well. After consulting Uncle Bill and the Cosmic Cat, he discovers that the water is being taken to Outer Space, so he begins to pursue the stolen water. Aliens from a planet made completely from water had taken the seawater for their planet, thinking it was unusable to Earth due to its polluted state. Snuggles promises that the water will be taken care of, and the aliens let Snuggles restore the water back to Earth.
8 "The Fearful Miscast Spell of Winnie the Witch" Paul Halas 1979
Snuggles works on arranging a midsummer party to further fund Granny Toots hospital's expansion. Climate grows hot due mysterious fiery creatures that begin to inhabit the surrounding areas. Snuggles discovers that they originate from Winnie the Witches house at the Salt and Pepper mountains. With Dennis and Nobby, he begins a journey to seek a solution to the problem at hand, helping others on the way to the mountains. After dealing with the issue of the fiery creatures, luring them to a volcano, he returns home and finds that the midsummer party has been already arranged and festivities begin.
9 "The Extraordinary Odd Dilemma of Dennis the Badger" Loek Kessels 1979
Dennis the Badger contracts a fierce flu from one of Granny Toots's ill cats and while attempting to remedy the flu, the symptoms now turn Dennis into a raging person. Snuggles goes on a journey trying to discover a way to restore Dennis back to his former-self.
10 "The Wondrous Powers of the Magic Casket" Paul Halas 1979
Uncle Bill arrives at the Snuggles house, showing Snuggles a strange map of sorts. The map is examined, and tells the story of a strange casket that, when opened, causes strange and dangerous things to happen. Professor Emerald gets hold of the casket and causes mayhem wherever he goes, and Doctor Snuggles tries to catch up with the wizard. He meets the Space Wanderer, the one who has been looking for the casket for many years. They meet up with Professor Emerald at Emerald Ile, and attempt to bring back the casket before it's too late.
11 "The Turn of Events with the Unwelcome Invaders" Paul Halas 1979
When Ms. nettles suddenly becomes ill, Doctor Snuggles investigates and finds out that a strange group of creatures from another world have sent cans of odd substance to earth. He finds out that there are machines that are destroying planets, devouring their vegetation and rendering them barren. With the help of Woogie and enslaved aliens working under the oppression of the machines, they manage to subdue the machines and use them to reverse the damage they had earlier caused.
12 "The Great Disappearing Mystery" Douglas Adams and John Lloyd 1979
Winnie the Witch, Miss Nettles, her friend, and Granny Toots are kidnapped by a gigantic bird. Snuggles and his friends pursue the kidnapper to a planet where quite opposite to fauna of Earth, birds are gigantic and intelligent while humans are animal-like and act like birds back at Earth. After being captured by the human-collecting kidnapper, he is convinced by Snuggles to stop the cruel hobby, freeing Winnie, Nettles, her friend and Granny Toots.
13 "The Amazing Reflective Myth" Paul Halas 1979

External links[edit]

Doctor Snuggles at the Internet Movie Database