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Scholastic, Inc. produced The Baby-Sitters Club TV series in 1990, which aired on the Disney Channel, HBO, and Nickelodeon. Thirteen episodes were filmed before the series was cancelled. The series was also released onto home video.

CastEdit

Episode ListEdit

  1. Mary Anne and the Brunettes
  2. Dawn and the Haunted House
  3. Stacey's Big Break
  4. Kristy and the Great Campaign
  5. The Baby-sitters' Special Christmas
  6. Claudia and the Missing Jewels
  7. Dawn and the Dream Boy
  8. Claudia and the Mystery of the Secret Passage
  9. Jessi and the Mystery of the Stolen Secrets
  10. The Baby-sitters and the Boy Sitters
  11. Dawn Saves the Trees
  12. Stacey Takes A Stand
  13. The Baby-sitters Remember

Theme SongEdit

The Babysitters Club Theme Song Lyrics

You can always count on me
And I can count on you
Good times, bad times in between
My friends will see me through, yeah!
We'll be sharing wonderful times every day
All together singing our song,
Growing in every way!

Chorus
Say hello to your friends (Babysitters Club)
Say hello to the people who care
Nothing's better than friends (Babysitters Club)
'Cause you know that your friends are always there.

If I'm feeling down and out, if I'm feeling blue,
I know I can lean on you
My friends will see me through, yeah!
We’ll be sharing wonderful times every day
All together singing our song,
Growing in every way!

Say hello to your friends (Babysitters Club)
Say hello to the people who care
Nothing's better than friends (Babysitters Club)
'Cause you know that your friends are always there.

If I'm feeling down and out
If I'm feeling blue
I know I can lean on you
My friends will see me through
We're growing up together never to part
I'm sending you my love
Straight from the heart!

Say hello to your friends (Babysitters Club)
Say hello to the people who care
Nothing's better than friends (Babysitters Club)
'Cause you know that your friends are always there!
Say hello to your friends
Say hello to your friends
Say hello to your friends

VHS coversEdit

The episodes were originally released on VHS by GoodTimes circa 1990-1992, and later released with different covers (but the same cover art) by KidVision circa 1993-1995. The KidVision VHS tapes came with extras such as stickers, a temporary tattoo, or a Collector's Mini Book.

GoodTimesEdit


KidVisionEdit

VHS ExtrasEdit

LaserDisc ReleaseEdit

The videos were also released by Warner Music on laser disc with 3 episodes per disc, for a total of a 90 minute run time.

  • Heart Collection - released 12/15/1993, presumably episodes 9, 12, 13 since the KidVision VHS releases have a heart on the front covers LaserDisc database
  • Flower Collection - released 12/15/1993, presumably episodes 8, 10, 11 since the KidVision VHS releases have a flower on the front covers. LaserDisc Database

Estimated TimelineEdit

  • September 1990 - GoodTimes VHS tapes 1 and 2 released
  • August 1991 - GoodTimes VHS tapes 3 and 4 released
  • September 1991 - TV show airs on HBO
  • November 1992 - GoodTimes VHS tapes 8 and 9 released
  • 1993 - All 13 episodes released in VHS by KidVision
  • June 1 (Pre-Order) - June 26 (street) 1993 - Episodes 8, 10, 11 (flower collection) released in VHS by KidVision
  • circa Sept 4 1993 - Episodes 5, 9, 12, 13 (heart collection) released in VHS by KidVision
  • February 1994- March 1996 - BSC Readers can join a Video Club to receive a new episode on KidVision VHS every other month
  • February 1994 - BSC mall tour starts, to promote the series and the videos
  • 1994 - 3-VHS collections in slipcase released: Telephone (eps 1-3), Ice Cream (eps 4,6,7), Flower (eps 8, 10, 11), Heart (eps 9,12,13)
  • Feb 8 (Pre-Order) - March 2 (Street) 1994 - 3-VHS Telephone boxed set (eps 1-3) released
  • 1994 - Heart and Flower collections released on LaserDisc

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