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Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

Season 1

Harry knows he's the luckiest kid in the world. His Nana has given him something that no one else has, the greatest present ever. It's a bucket with six toy dinosaurs that come to life and are all his best friends! "One, two, three jump!"

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1. Aaaggghh!/Overdue

Harry has a nightmare in which he is chased by a monster, so he goes to Dino World in an attempt to hide from it. But because the monster is created by Harry's imagination it materializes in Dino-world and terrorizes Harry and the Dinos until Harry imagines the monster as harmless and friendly. Harry is upset to learn that he must return his library book so decides to hide the book in Dino-World.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
2. But I like Mud/It's a Kitty!

Harry is reluctant to have a bath so he goes to Dino-World where he endeavors to become as dirty and stinky as he possibly can. He becomes so repulsively filthy that even the dinosaurs don't want to play with him and he is even crowned King of the Swamp.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
3. Can I join?/What Mess?

Harry is disappointed to find that he is not able to join in with any of the activities his family are taking part in at home, so he decides to go to Dino-world to invent his own clubs, which only himself and the dinosaurs can join - i.e. Bungee jumping, messy cooking.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
4. Uh-Oh/Nobody's Listening to Me

Harry accidentally smashes his mum's favourite china teacup. Harry, Charlie, and the Dinos are unable to fix it themselves so they take it to Dino-World to try and repair it. Unable to do so, Harry is forced to admit to his Mum that he has broken it. As a thoughtful gesture, Harry replaces the cup with a homemade cup.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
5. I Wish/Yo Ho Ho

When Harry is disappointed that none of his wishes come true in the real world, the dinosaurs take him to visit the wishing well in Dino-World where wishes are readily granted. The story ends with Harry wishing he hadn't wished for anything in the first place!/Harry, Charlie, and the dinosaurs are playing at being pirates.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
6. Harry, Ace Reporter!/What's for Breakfast?

Harry decides to imitate his Mum by becoming a newspaper reporter for the day. Harry can find nothing news-worthy at home so goes to Dino-World to report on the world's first ever dinosaur race!/When Harry is disappointed that he can't have what he wants for breakfast he goes to Dino-world where he has created a diner and appointed himself as head chef.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
7. I Wish It Would Stop Raining/Achoo!

Harry fails to see any benefit in rain when a visit to the beach is rained off. He decides to go to Dino World where it is extremely sunny and hot, and more importantly, he can wear his new sunglasses. However, the discovery of a beached dolphin and subsequent rescue operation soon makes Harry realize just how important rain is.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
8. Super Harry/Today's the Day

At home, Harry is pretending to be a Super Hero, but his efforts to help his family only cause more problems, so he goes to Dino-World where he can be a real Super Hero thanks to the super-hero qualities displayed by each of his dinos! When he finds his Mum's missing car keys Harry becomes a true Super Hero in her eyes.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
9. You're Too Little/Can You Hear a Drip?

When Harry discovers that he is too small to pick apples he goes to the Dino-World Mooseum to find some growth enhancing milk from a mechanical cow. To Harry's surprise and concern the milk first makes him far too big then far too small. With the help of an ant army, Harry and the dinos manage to find the cow again and return Harry to his normal size.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
10. Who Says Dinosaurs Aren't Cool?/I Can't Find My Favourite

At his school's 'Show and Tell', Harry's dinosaurs are branded as old-fashioned in comparison to one of the other kid's hi-tech Dino-Robot. Harry's dinos decide to build him a Raging-Rex robot, but upon completion the creature quickly becomes out of control.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
11. I Promise/Abracadabra

When Charlie lends Harry her Sergeant Shout toy for the weekend, Harry promises not to let it leave in his bedroom. But because the bucket is also in Harry's bedroom, he thinks it would technically be OK for him to take Sergeant Shout into Dino World.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
12. I'm Not Going/Me First

Harry is scared of going to the dentist, but when Trike complains that his horn is sore Harry insists that Trike goes to the Horntist in Dino World. Harry is allowed to be the Horntist's Assistant for the visit and quickly becomes fascinated by the world of dino-dentistry. Upon returning home Harry can't wait for the dinos to accompany him to see his dentist.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
13. Ooops!/Goal!

Harry is playing his favorite computer game when he accidentally loses Mum's latest report for her newspaper. With the help of a computer mouse in Dino-World he embarks on a journey to the computers recycle bin in an attempt to retrieve it before it is lost forever.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
14. Who to Choose/Origami

Charlie is having a sleepover and has invited Harry, however, Charlie's Mum says he is only allowed to bring one of the dinos with him. Harry f9ind is very difficult to choose so as a final solution, Harry invites Charlie to a sleepover at his house instead - problem solved!/Harry goes to Dino-World to learn how to make origami animals.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
15. I Win!/Do them All

Harry is pleased when he wins a game he is playing with Nana so he visits Dino-World where he makes up lots of games and wins every time. To find out who is the ultimate winner, the dinos invent a new complicated game, but after the game has taken them on a fun journey all over dino-world they realize that winning isn't important as long as they are having fun.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
16. I Keep Going Over The Edges/Cookies

Harry has difficulty coloring in - he keeps going over the edges. Frustrated, he goes to Dino-World where he can make as much mess as he wants as there are no edges and no rules. Whilst there, Harry meets a sad Zebra who lives in a part of Dino-World that is black and white. Harry and the dinos color in this bleak part of dino-world by painting all the flowers, traffic lights, trees etc.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
17. Can I Keep It?/I Don't Want to Go to Bed

When Harry finds a nest with an egg in it he wants to keep it, but Nana explains that it wouldn't be fair. In Dino-World Harry finds, and takes care of, an egg far larger than the egg at home. Eventually a baby chick is born and thinks that Sid is it's mother, now Sid and the chick are inseparable, but they all learn that caring for a baby is hard work.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
18. Look What I Found!/I Still Can't Hear You

Harry finds a skipping rope outside his house and decides that 'Finders should be Keepers', so he goes to Dino World to play with it. Whilst there, Sid loses his glasses, and finds that they have been claimed by a troll who also believes in the 'Finders Keepers' rule. Harry and the dinos have trouble getting the glasses back, and learn that it's not fair to keep things that belong to someone else.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
19. To Outerspace/Hail the Queen!

Harry takes his blue and red robots into Dino World so that he can continue the battle they were having at home, but without Nana's scorn. When he arrives he finds a spaceship waiting for him which takes him to meet two rangers who are trying to build a space station, but they're creation is hindered by their constant quarreling.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
20. Steggy's Not Here/Get Growing!

Harry returns from a day out at a theme park and finds that Steggy is missing. After searching the house, Harry wonders where else he could look? In DinoWorld of course! After much searching, Harry remembers that they had been playing hide and seek before visiting the theme park - it turns out that Steggy was at home looking for them all along.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
21. Let's Rock/I Wish I Was a Builder

Harry isn't allowed to join Sam's band because he's not very good at playing the drums. He goes to dino-world where he and the dinos gather together to play various percussion instruments. Pterence leaves the group because he can't keep time so he goes off to a cave by himself.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
22. What Happens Next?/Circus

Nana is reading Harry a bedtime fairy story, but decides it is time for Harry to go to sleep before the story is finished. Although Nana promises to finish the story by tomorrow, Harry and the Dinos go to Dino World to invent the ending themselves./Charlie wants to go to the circus but her Mum is unable to take her.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
23. When I Grow Up/The Mailman's Here

Harry decides he wants to be a zookeeper when he grows up, but he can't wait until then so he opens his very own zoo in Dino-World. Harry befriends a young elephant, and with the help of his friends, endeavors to teach it how to trumpet.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
24. I Can Play Music!/Help!

Harry wants to surprise Mom when she returns home from shopping - so he decides he will play her some music. However, he doesn't want to play his violin so he goes to Dino World in search of a new instrument to play./Harry is impressed when he learns that Firemen don't just put out fires, they also rescue people.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
25. It's in Nana's Room/Can I Sleep in My Tent?

Harry and the dinos discover that there's a new dinosaur in the house, and it belongs to Nana. Aptly named the 'Nanosaurus', it turns out that this little dinosaur is renowned for it's clumsiness. When Harry and the dinos chase the Nanosaurus into Dino World, they only have to follow the trail of wreckage left in its wake in order to find it.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005
26. I Spy/Is It Really Made of Cheese?

Harry and the dinos are playing a game of 'I Spy'', Harry decides to 'spy' his dinos, but he can't remember their proper dinosaur names. Nana once invented a song to help her remember the names when she was Harry's age, but she's forgotten the words! Surely the words will be found in Dino-World, especially with the help of Harry's friend Old Saxon the saxophone.

Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: 22 August 2005

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