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The Puppy's Further Adventures

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The Puppy's Further Adventures
Directed byCharles A. Nichols (1982)
Rudy Larriva
John Kimball (1983)
Norm McCabe (1983)
Voices ofBilly Jacoby
Nancy McKeon
Michael Bell
Peter Cullen
Narrated byPetey the Puppy (voiced by Billy Jacoby)
ComposerDean Elliott
Country of originUnited States
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes21
Executive producersJoe Ruby and Ken Spears
Bill Hanna and Joseph Barbera (1982)
ProducersJoe Ruby and Ken Spears (1982)
Mark Jones (1983)
Running time30 minutes
Production companiesRuby-Spears Enterprises
Hanna-Barbera Productions (Season 1)
Original networkABC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatMono
Original releaseSeptember 25, 1982 (1982-09-25) –
November 10, 1984 (1984-11-10)

The Puppy's Further Adventures (originally titled The Puppy's New Adventures for season one) is a 30-minute Saturday morning animated series produced by Ruby-Spears Enterprises (in association with Hanna-Barbera Productions for its first season only) and broadcast on ABC from September 25, 1982 to November 10, 1984.[1] It is based on characters created by Jane Thayer about Petey, a young dog who attached himself to a lonely orphan boy named Tommy.[2]

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Petey the puppy was originally introduced in four half-hour television specials which aired as part of ABC Weekend Specials series from 1978 to 1981: The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy, The Puppy's Great Adventure, The Puppy's Amazing Rescue and The Puppy Saves the Circus.[3]

The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy and its three sequels were frequently rebroadcast on ABC Weekend Specials and proved so popular with its annual replays that ABC commissioned a television series. In September 1982, Petey could be seen weekly in The Puppy's New Adventures as part of the second half of The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour block with Billy Jacoby voicing Petey and Nancy McKeon as his female puppy girlfriend Dolly. The following year, Petey and his pals were given their own half-hour timeslot in a follow-up series under the new title The Puppy's Further Adventures. Following the show's original run, a repackaging of both seasons were shown in reruns under the title The Puppy's Great Adventures on ABC in 1984 and resurfaced on CBS in 1986.[4]


  • Petey (voiced by Billy Jacoby): A Beagle mix puppy who is the young leader of the group and whose loyal and loving girlfriend is Dolly.
  • Dolly (voiced by Nancy McKeon): A female Spaniel Cross puppy who is cheerful and outgoing and is also Petey's girlfriend. She is the only female in the group.
  • Duke (voiced by Michael Bell): A German Shepherd/Labrador Retriever mix who is the lancer of the group; he cares for Petey and his other friends.
  • Dash (voiced by Michael Bell): A Greyhound who is sleek and speedy and the smartest member of the group, but can be cowardly at times, although he can be brave if he wants to.
  • Lucky (voiced by Peter Cullen): A St. Bernard who is the big guy of the group; he is strong, kind and wise, but not too bright.
  • Glyder(voiced by Josh Rodine): A puppy whose large ears enabled him to fly. He only appeared in three episodes.
  • Tommy: Petey and Dolly's original owner. Petey and his fellow dogs were reunited with him and his parents in 1983.
  • Tommy's father and mother.


ABC Weekend Specials (1978–81)

The Puppy was originally introduced in four half-hour television specials which aired as part of ABC Weekend Specials.[5]

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
1The Puppy Who Wanted a BoyRudy Larriva, Cullen HoughtalingBarbara Avedon, Barbara CordayMay 6, 1978 (May 6, 1978)
Petey the puppy (voiced by Todd Turquand) goes through a series of harrowing adventures as he sets out to the city to adopt a boy of his own.
2The Puppy's Great AdventureRudy LarrivaSheldon StarkMay 12, 1979 (May 12, 1979)
Petey (voiced by Bryan Scott) is determined to prove he is an individual when his young owner Tommy is adopted by parents who don't like dogs.
3The Puppy's Amazing RescueRudy LarrivaSheldon StarkJanuary 26, 1980 (January 26, 1980)
Petey (voiced by Bryan Scott) and Dolly (voiced by Nancy McKeon) have to outwit poachers, a hungry bear and a hawk to rescue their humans from an avalanche.
4The Puppy Saves the CircusRudy LarrivaSheldon StarkSeptember 12, 1981 (September 12, 1981)
When Petey (voiced by Sparky Marcus) suffers a memory loss, he finds fame as a performer which saves the fortunes of a struggling family circus.

The Puppy's New Adventures (1982)

The first season featured Petey and Dolly's family moving overseas by ship; their friends Duke, Dash and Lucky stowed away on the same ship. All five dogs were stranded together when a lightning bolt knocked them overboard. Every episode consisted of the dogs looking for Tommy and his family, winding up in places as diverse as East Berlin, Australia, Hong Kong, Hawaii and usually helping out a local group of people or animals.

No.TitleOriginal air date
1"The Treasure of the Ancient Ruins"September 25, 1982 (1982-09-25)
2"The Puppy's Dangerous Mission"October 2, 1982 (1982-10-02)
3"An American Puppy in Paris"October 9, 1982 (1982-10-09)
4"The Puppy and the Pirates"October 16, 1982 (1982-10-16)
5"The Mystery of the Wailing Cat"October 23, 1982 (1982-10-23)
6"The Puppy's Australian Adventure"October 30, 1982 (1982-10-30)
7"Puppy and the Reluctant Bull"November 6, 1982 (1982-11-06)
8"The Puppy's Hong Kong Adventure"November 13, 1982 (1982-11-13)
9"Honolulu Puppy"November 20, 1982 (1982-11-20)
10"The Puppy's Great Escape"November 27, 1982 (1982-11-27)
11"The Puppy's Great Race"December 4, 1982 (1982-12-04)
12"The Puppy's Amazon Adventure"December 11, 1982 (1982-12-11)
13"Petey and the 101 Seals"December 18, 1982 (1982-12-18)

The Puppy's Further Adventures (1983)

The second season opened with a two-part episode in which the dogs are finally reunited with Tommy's family. The rest of the season featured the dogs' adventures with the family while travelling all around the United States. The season opener introduced Glyder, a puppy with ears so large he could fly like Dumbo. Glyder re-appeared in two other episodes.

No.TitleOriginal air date
14"Glyder, the Misfit Puppy"September 10, 1983 (September 10, 1983)
15"Puppy Goes Home"September 17, 1983 (September 17, 1983)
16"Puppy and the Badlands"September 24, 1983 (September 24, 1983)
17"Puppy in Omega World"October 1, 1983 (October 1, 1983)
18"Puppy and the Spies"October 8, 1983 (October 8, 1983)
19"Puppy Goes to College"October 15, 1983 (October 15, 1983)
20"Puppy and the Brown Eyed Girl"October 22, 1983 (October 22, 1983)
21"Biggest Diamond in the World"October 29, 1983 (October 29, 1983)

Broadcast history

The Puppy series was originally broadcast in these following formats on ABC and CBS:

  • The Puppy's New Adventures (September 25, 1982 – September 3, 1983, ABC) (as part of The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour)
  • The Puppy's Further Adventures (September 10, 1983 – September 1, 1984, ABC)
  • The Puppy's Great Adventures (September 8, 1984 – November 10, 1984, ABC; September 13, 1986 – November 8, 1986, CBS)


Additional voices


  • The Puppy's New Adventures stuffed animal toys of Petey and Dolly manufactured by Etone International (1982)
  • A series of three children's literature books by Antioch Publishing Company (1983):
    • The Puppy's New Adventures: ABC with Petey and His Friends (A Little Shape book)
    • The Puppy's New Adventures: Hide and Seek (A What's Inside? Pop-Open book)
    • The Puppy's New Adventures: The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy[6] (A Collector book with stickers)
  • A 15-piece jigsaw puzzle of The Puppy's Further Adventures by Playskool titled "Tommy's Circus Act" featuring Tommy, Petey and Dolly (1983)[7]
  • A Milton Bradley board game titled The Puppy's Further Adventures Game for 2 to 4 players, ages 5 to 10 (1984)[8]
  • A collection of four 25-piece frame-tray puzzles of The Puppy's Further Adventures by Milton Bradley featuring Petey, Dolly, Duke, Dash, Lucky and Glyder (1984)[9]
  • The Puppy's Further Adventures 80-piece jigsaw puzzle by Hestair Puzzles (UK, 1984)
  • The Puppy's Great Adventures coloring book by Western Publishing (1985)
  • A French language 7" vinyl single of The Puppy's Further Adventures titled "Les Poupies" (sung by Véronique Bodoin) by Polydor Records (France, 1985)[10]

In other languages


  1. ^ Perlmutter, David (2018). The Encyclopedia of American Animated Television Shows. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 484. ISBN 978-1538103739.
  2. ^ Erickson, Hal (2005). Television Cartoon Shows: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, 1949 Through 2003 (2nd ed.). McFarland & Co. pp. 646–647. ISBN 978-1476665993.
  3. ^ Hyatt, Wesley (1997). The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television. Watson-Guptill Publications. p. 353. ISBN 978-0823083152. Retrieved 19 March 2020.
  4. ^ The Puppy's Further Adventures at Saturday Morning Archives, retrieved September 14, 2015.
  5. ^ Woolery, George W. (1989). Animated TV Specials: The Complete Directory to the First Twenty-Five Years, 1962-1987. Scarecrow Press. pp. 319–323. ISBN 0-8108-2198-2. Retrieved 27 March 2020.
  6. ^ The Puppy's New Adventures: The Puppy Who Wanted A Boy book at LibraryThing, retrieved September 17, 2015.
  7. ^ Puppy's Further Adventures Puzzle Playskool Tommy's Circus (1983)
  8. ^ The Puppy's Further Adventures Game at Pinterest, retrieved September 17, 2015.
  9. ^ The Puppy's Further Adventures frame-tray puzzles at, retrieved September 17, 2015.
  10. ^ The Puppy's Further Adventures / Les Poupies 7-inch single (1985) at Discogs

External links

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