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She appears in the book Spot Visits His Grandparents and the video Spot and his Grandparents Go to the Carnival. The books are set in the typeface Century Schoolbook Infant, a very rare, single-story version of Century Schoolbook.

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Like her big brother Spot, Susie also appears to be a mixed breed; since her mother is a beagle, a pointer, a Dalmatian, or a St. 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.

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.

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A number of companies have released a number of CDs featuring mainly nursery rhymes, under the name of "The Spot". However, as noted, the two phases were produced four years apart by two different companies and are very different in design. 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.Spot's Musical Adventures, very similar to The Adventures of Spot, aired between 25 October and 10 November 2000. He also sports rather sharp-looking incisors and a red colouring inside his mouth on the first series of The Adventures of Spot. The episodes and the songs were all written by Andrew Brenner, and the songs were performed by American London-based actor Dan Russell. A yellow puppy with a brown spot on each side of his body and a brown tip on his tail, Spot appears to be a mixed breed; since his mother is a beagle, a pointer, a Dalmatian, or a St.

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It consisted of four episodes, each approximately fifteen minutes in length, and narrated by Peter Hawkins. 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.The second phase of It's Fun to Learn With Spot and, like the first VHS, consisted of four fifteen-minute episodes. Like The Adventures of Spot, this series consisted of thirteen episodes, but this time, with a short song in them.

The theme song used in The Adventures of Spot was licensed from King Rollo Films, so the familiar tune by Duncan Lamont was heard at the beginning and end of each episode. Also published by Genius Entertainment, this album has also made its appearance in the Spot's Favorite Toddler Tunes box set. He appears in the book Spot Visits His Grandparents and the video Spot and his Grandparents Go to the Carnival.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 renarrated in 2000 by Jane Horrocks. Through this interactive experience, children will learn a range of prepositions such as in, inside, under, and behind.



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