The Morph Files

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The Morph Files
Genre Children's television series
Clay animation
Created by Aardman Animations
Peter Lord
David Sproxton
Developed by Aardman Animations
Peter Lord
David Sproxton
Written by Andy Walker
Directed by Peter Lord
David Sproxton
Creative director(s) Peter Lord
David Sproxton
Narrated by Neil Morrissey
Theme music composer Andy Walker
Opening theme "The Morph Files"
Ending theme "The Morph Files"
Composer(s) Ilan Eshkeri
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
(only for the narrator)
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Peter Lord
David Sproxton
Producer(s) Jacqueline White
Cinematography Peter Lord
David Sproxton
Editor(s) Peter Lord
David Sproxton
Running time 9 min
Production company(s) Aardman Animations
Distributor BBC
Original network BBC
Original release July 1 – September 23, 1995
Preceded by SMart
Followed by Morph TV

The Morph Files is a British stop-motion claymation animated comedy children's television series featuring Morph (see Morph (franchise)). The series was narrated by Neil Morrissey and produced by Aardman Animations in association with Link Entertainment. The series is a mix of new animation and old footage from former shows, and features the same cast from The Amazing Adventures of Morph. It was originally aired on BBC in 1995 and was later aired on the ABC in Australia from 1998 to 2000.

The show is currently being rerun on Gold (TV channel) and Amazon Instant Video.


No. Title Original air date
1 "Babysitting" July 1, 1995
2 "Skiing" July 8, 1995
3 "Gobbledygook" July 15, 1995
4 "Doctor Morph" July 22, 1995
5 "The Dog Show" July 29, 1995
6 "Exercising" August 5, 1995
7 "Games" August 12, 1995
8 "The Film Show" August 19, 1995
9 "Gardening" August 26, 1995
10 "Mirrors" September 2, 1995
11 "Little Green" September 9, 1995
12 "Cowboys" September 16, 1995
13 "The Birthday Party" September 23, 1995

Home media releases

In 1998, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment released the series on VHS. Each of the three VHS tapes contained four episodes from the series. In the UK the entire series was released on both VHS and DVD by Universal Studios whilst other VHS tapes were released by ABC Video and Roadshow Entertainment.

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