Sergeant Stripes (TV series) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSergeant Stripes
|Created by||David Bonner|
|Written by||Jimmy Hibbert
|Directed by||Nikolay Moustakov|
|Voices of||Sophie Aldred
|Opening theme||"He's the itty bitty kitty, protecting the city..."|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||26|
|Executive producer(s)||Theresa Plummer-Andrews
|Running time||10 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Ealing Animation
A Works TV
|Original network||CBeebies, BBC Two|
|Original release||1 September 2003– 9 December 2004|
Sergeant Stripes is a TV series created by David Bonner which first aired on CBeebies on 1 September 2003. Stripes is a cute gray cat who lives in a sleepy provincial police station with little Katie and her father, PC Harker. Both they and pretty Sergeant Parker think Stripes is merely a meowing moggy, but when this little cat slopes off to his bed underneath the stairs for a nap, well, that's when the fun really starts.
The Police Station
- Sergeant Stripes - the main character who lives in a sleepy provincial police station with little Katie and her father, PC Harker and of course not forgetting Sergeant Parker.
- Katie - She is a little girl who is Stripes' owner. She likes Stripes a lot.
- PC Harker - He is a Policeman who is Katie's father.
- Sergeant Parker - She is a pretty Policewoman.
- Fluffy Mouse - She is a cute little pink mouse and one of Sergeant Stripes' colleagues. She loves Stripes a lot.
- Arabella the Giraffe - She is a giraffe and another one of Sergeant Stripes' colleagues.
- Inspector Hector - He is a moth eaten teddy bear and the bossy superior of Sergeant Stripes and his colleagues.
- Mr. and Mrs. Peppermint - They are pigs who run the local sweet shop and they're very kind and polite.
- Mrs. Draper - She is a fussy vole.
- Mr. Draper - He is Mrs. Draper's put-upon husband.
- Mr. Pearson - He is a snooty fox who runs the bank.
- Pip Pig - He is a small piglet, who likes playing with things (e.g. his kite, his bike, etc.).
- The Little Ferret Children - They are small children. One is a girl and the other is a boy.
- Susie Sycamore - She is a squirrel.
- Mr. and Mrs. Merry - They are hippos who run the local funfair.
- Ronnie Rabbit - a greedy rabbit who always steals sweeties from Mr. Peppermint's sweet shop.
- Fire Chief Ash - the local fireman.
- Sophie Aldred - Sergeant Stripes, Katie, Fluffy Mouse, Ferret Girl, Susie Sycamore, Mrs. Merry
- Jimmy Hibbert - PC Harker, Inspector Hector, Mr. Peppermint, Mr. Draper, Mr. Pearson, Pip Pig, Ferret Boy, Mr. Merry, Ronnie Rabbit, Fire Chief Ash
- Eve Karpf - Sergeant Parker, Arabella the Giraffe, Mrs. Peppermint, Mrs. Draper
|1||"The Key Mystery"||1 September 2003|
|Sergenat Stripes searches for Mr. Draper's lost key. Fluffy Mouse wants to help, but she doesn't know what a key is and takes Mr. Peppermint's hammer by mistake.|
|2||"Here Be Dragons"||3 September 2003|
|Sergeant Stripes gets a fire engine to counter the Dragon and its fire. It turns out to be a hoax and Stripes accidentally douses a steam engine.|
|3||"A Slippery Customer"||4 September 2003|
|Sergeant Stripes and Arabella look around town for the slug criminal Stanley. After Arabella gets into a tangle, she is mistaken for a slug and makes a mess inside the police station.|
|4||"The Monkey Mystery"||5 September 2003|
|Sergeant Stripes is assigned to look after Paolo a circus spider-monkey, while investigating a series of thefts. It turns out Paolo is responsible for the thefts.|
|5||"On Yer Bike!"||8 September 2003|
|Arabella reluctantly lends her bike to Inspector Hector for a charity race. Sergeant Stripes is able to reunite Mike the bike and Arabella in time for the race.|
|6||"The Case of the Missing Coppers"||9 September 2003|
|While looking for his absent colleagues, Sergeant Stripes causes chaos around town and assuming that the townsfolk are wasting police time.|
|7||"There's No Such Thing as Monsters"||10 September 2003|
|Stripes has to convince the public and his own policing team that monsters do not exist.|
|8||"Treasure Ahoy!"||11 September 2003|
|Inspector Hector has a forgetful day and arrives at the station with no uniform on.|
|9||"School's out"||12 September 2003|
|Inspector Hector tries to get out of giving a talk by faking a sore throat; Stripes gives a talk in the school.|
|10||"Stripes Gets a Fright"||16 September 2003|
|Stripes and the team investigate when a horse goes missing from a fairground merry-go-round, and end up in a ghost train.|
|11||"Seeing Double"||17 September 2003|
|12||"On the Button"||18 September 2003|
|Sergenat Stripes sets out to look for a missing shirt button. The case is interrupted by Arabella stranded on a barge.|
|13||"The Bicycle Thieves"||TBA|
|1||"Who's Got the Peppermint Creams?"||1 November 2004|
|2||"A Chain's as Good as a Rest"||2 November 2004|
|It's the Mayor's Parade - but who has the Mayor's pendant?|
|3||"Painting Lessons"||4 November 2004|
|4||"Fluffy Mouse Solves the Mystery"||5 November 2004|
|5||"Aaatchoo"||8 November 2004|
|6||"Birthday Burglar"||9 November 2004|
|7||"Invasion of the Giant Vegetables"||10 November 2004|
|Veggies on the loose.|
|8||"Suitcase Swap"||11 November 2004|
|9||"Game, Set and Match"||12 November 2004|
|10||"And they Call it Kitty Love"||15 November 2004|
|11||"Stripes in Charge"||17 November 2004|
|12||"No Tea for Hector"||9 December 2004|
|13||"Footprints"||17 December 2004|
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