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SuperTed by Created by Mike Young.

Live-action and CGI reboot of the 1980's British cartoon. In a toy factory, a teddy bear is made but is thrown away into a dark storeroom. But the teddy bear is brought to life by a yellow alien called Spottyman, who brings the teddy bear to a fairy named Mother Nature who gives the teddy bear super powers and the teddy bear becomes the superhero ''SuperTed'' who uses his powers to do battle with his evil adversary: the evil cowboy Texas Pete and his bumbling henchmen the fat and dimwitted Bulk and a cowardly living skeleton. And SuperTed and Spottyman set out to foil Texas Pete's schemes to rule the world and destroying SuperTed. And SuperTed and Spottyman's adventures takes them across Wales and in space...

Director Results

Director Total Votes: 1

  1. 1. Jackie Cockle 100% 

Cast Results

SuperTed (Voice) Total Votes: 2

  1. 1. Colin Baker 50% 
  2. 2. Jamie Bell 50% 

Spottyman Total Votes: 2

  1. 1. David Walliams 100% 

Texas Pete Total Votes: 2

  1. 1. Hugh Jackman 50% 
  2. 2. Andy Serkis 50% 

Bulk Total Votes: 2

  1. 1. James Corden 100% 

Skeleton (Voice) Total Votes: 2

  1. 1. Paul O'grady 50% 
  2. 2. Alan Carr 50% 

Mother Nature Total Votes: 2

  1. 1. Judi Dench 100% 

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  • Dan: I think Colin Baker is the right actor to do the voice of SuperTed, his voice is so much like Derek Griffiths who did the ...

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