Stuart Little (TV series)

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Stuart Little
Based onStuart Little
by E. B. White
Voices ofDavid Kaufman
Hugh Laurie
Myles Jeffrey
Quinton Flynn
Jennifer Hale
André Sogliuzzo
Opening themeStuart Little theme by Alan Silvestri
ComposersKevin Kiner
Van Dyke Parks
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes13
Executive producersDouglas Wick
Lucy Fisher
Production locationNew York City
Running time23 minutes
Production companiesAdelaide Productions
Red Wagon Entertainment
Sony Pictures Television
Original release
NetworkHBO Family
ReleaseMarch 1 (2003-03-01) –
May 24, 2003 (2003-05-24)

Stuart Little (also known as Stuart Little: The Animated Series) is an American animated television series, loosely based on the 1945 E. B. White children's book Stuart Little,[1] as well as the live-action / animated film adaptations. It was produced by Red Wagon Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television for the HBO Family digital cable television channel and aired for one season of 13 episodes.[2]


Taking place after the events of the first two films, the series focuses on the adventures of Stuart Little and his family.

Voice cast

With the exceptions of Laurie, Jones, and Jefferies, none of the actors from the films reprised their roles. Daniel Hansen who previously portrayed an unnamed student in Stuart Little 2 voices Larry Gronk.


No.TitleDirected byWritten byStoryboard byOriginal air dateProd.
1"The Meatloaf Bandit"Bob HathcockMelody FoxAnna Burns, Anthony Chun,
Jack Hsu, and Rafael Rosado
March 1, 2003 (2003-03-01)01
Meat loaves have been disappearing all over town lately. Stuart and George think that a "Meatloaf Bandit" is on the loose. They buy a dog to help protect their house and they set up traps.
2"A Model Driver"Bert RingCarin Greenberg BakerJeff Allen, Bryan Baugh, Nathan Chew,
Michael Swanigan, and Joe Vaux
March 8, 2003 (2003-03-08)02
After Mr. and Mrs. Little think they make a complex with George because they let Stuart do all kinds of fun stuff, but not him. So George decides to make a car that he can fit in so he can ride it just like how Stuart can with his cars.
3"Team Little"Rich WilkieAmy WolframNathan Chew, Bert Ring,
Kuni Tomita, and Joe Vaux
March 15, 2003 (2003-03-15)03
Stuart and George sign up their family for a school picnic. When they get there, they meet a family which Stuart and George think they cheat. They try to have fun, but do not because they keep on losing.
4"He Said, He Said"Chuck KleinCliff MacGillivrayRon Campbell, Jennifer Graves, and Rafael RosadoMarch 22, 2003 (2003-03-22)04
When Stuart crashes the car in a race, George thinks his friend Will sabotaged it.
5"The Great Outdoors"Rich WilkieAmy WolframJack Hsu, Rafael Rosado, and Kuni TomitaMarch 29, 2003 (2003-03-29)05
The Little family go on a camping trip. While they are there they were going to go on a hike to the top of a mountain that was there. Two raccoons learn that they have food so they sneak into their backpacks and take all of their hiking equipment. It is now up to Stuart and George to find the way back to camp so they can go home.
6"Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Taco Tuesday"Rich WilkieKevin HoppsAnna Burns, Jack Hsu,
Rafael Rosado, and Kuni Tomita
April 5, 2003 (2003-04-05)06
After Taco Tuesday was replaced with fish sticks, George gives Stuart the idea to run for class president. Stuart decides to run and do things to help him get his vote. He bakes cookies and passes out fliers. Stuart cleans up the school playground and makes the mascot better. He also makes a petition to get Taco Tuesday back instead of having to eat those fish sticks no one likes. Will he be able to bring back Taco Tuesday and will he also be chosen as class president?
7"A Little Big Record"Chuck KleinGreg PincusRon Campbell, Wendy Grieb,
Kyle Menke, and Joe Vaux
April 12, 2003 (2003-04-12)07
During a rainy day, Stuart and George are bored and decide to read a book. The book is called Big Bob's Big Book Of World Records. They try to get into the book but discover that it is actually more difficult than George and Stuart had thought it would be.
8"Skateboard Dogz"Rich WilkieMelody FoxAnna Burns, Jach Hsu, Carson Kugler,
Art Mawhinney, and Marty Warner
April 19, 2003 (2003-04-19)13
Stuart and George become obsessed with skateboarding and join a skate group. All of the skateboarding gets them behind in their schoolwork. The whole group enters a skate contest and have a chance to have their picture on a skate magazine.
9"Adventures in Housekeeping"Rich WilkieRob HoegeeJeff Allen, Anna Burns,
Rafael Rosado, and Marty Warner
April 26, 2003 (2003-04-26)12
When Mrs. Little gets sick, it falls on George and Stuart to help Mr. Little with the housework.
10"A Little Too Fast"Chuck KleinDavid SlackEric Fredrickson, Llyn Hunter, and Kyle MenkeMay 3, 2003 (2003-05-03)10
The Little family go to the county fair. Stuart and George want to go on every ride before they have to go home. This means they have to do everything extra fast which can take out some of the fun. Trying to go on all the rides as fast as possible makes them tired. Will they be able to get to go on all of the rides before they leave?
11"No Job is Too Little"Chuck KleinMelody FoxZeus Cervas, Llyn Hunter, Carson Kugler,
Joe Vaux, and Bert Ring
May 10, 2003 (2003-05-10)11
Stuart and George try to find odd jobs to earn enough money to buy Mrs. Little a birthday gift.
12"A Little Bit of Country"Rich WilkieBrian KaplanArt Mawhinney, Rafael Rosado,
Kuni Tomita, and Joe Vaux
May 17, 2003 (2003-05-17)09
While visiting their Uncle Crenshaw on his new farm, Stuart and Snowbell encounter Stuart's nemesis, Falcon.
13"A Little Vacation"Bert RingMark WaxmanNathan Chew, Jennifer Graves,
Eric Fredrickson, and Llyn Hunter
May 24, 2003 (2003-05-24)08
The Little family goes on a vacation and stay at a hotel where they are supposed to meet their Uncle Crenshaw there. Stuart and George fear that the hotel is haunted.

Home media

Two DVDs were released on May 22, 2007. Each contained 3 episodes of Stuart Little. In April 2009, two more DVDs were released.

DVD releases
Name Release Date Number of Episodes
All Revved Up! May 22, 2007 3
Fun Around Every Curve! May 22, 2007 3
A Little Family Fun! April 21, 2009 3
Going for the Gold! April 21, 2009 4


  1. ^ Adrian Hennigan (1 November 2001). "Kids' Stuff". BBC. Retrieved 3 September 2016.
  2. ^ Erickson, Hal (2005). Television Cartoon Shows: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, 1949 Through 2003 (2nd ed.). McFarland & Co. pp. 799–800. ISBN 978-1-4766-6599-3.

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