The World of Teddy Ruxpin

Adventure Series

"Teddy Ruxpin Lullabies"

Warm and Cuddly Songs to Dream By

Production Number
  • 02
  • Chronological Order
  • 14

  • Music By
  • George Wilkins
  • Lyrics
  • Ken Forsse
  • Illustrated By
  • David High
  • Rennie Rau
  • Teresa Mazurek
  • Russell Hicks
  • Maggie Parr (1998)
  • Art Directors
  • Ken Forsse
  • David High
  • Rennie Rau
  • Director
  • Larry Larsen
  • Production Supervision
  • Don Riedel
  • Sound Effects
  • Russell Brower
  • Technical Director
  • Russell Brower
  • Sound Engineer
  • Brad Hartman
  • Animation Programming
  • Ken Forsse
  • Larry Larsen
  • Thom Fountain
  • Musicians
  • Lincoln Mayorga
  • Sol Gubin
  • Don J. Baldwin
  • Ray Colcord
  • Ernie McDaniels
  • Mari A. Falcone
  • Voices
  • Phil Baron
  • With Special Thanks to the Entire Alchemy II Staff

    When I start to get sleepy, I like to sing a lullaby.


    “Teddy Ruxpin Lullabies” is a compilation of lullabies written by Ken Forsse and composed by George Wilkins. Of the early Adventure Series entries, it is most notable for being the earliest entry to feature only Phil Baron’s voice. Aside from a brief introduction, this is the first entry to be primarily a musical compilation, lacking almost any story behind it. A sequel entry called “Lullabies II” would later be released with a host of brand new songs.

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    In “Teddy Ruxpin Lullabies”, Teddy Ruxpin begins by explaining that he’s having a hard time falling to sleep. In an effort to fall asleep, he begins singing a series of lullabies, eventually falling asleep.

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    Teddy Ruxpin begins to yawn, greeting the listener and explaining that he is very tired, but unable to fall asleep. Hoping to fall asleep, Teddy begins to sing a softer rendition of “Come Dream With Me Tonight” and following with a series of lullabies.

    Between each song, Teddy will continue to yawn and become sleepier. At the end of the final song, “This Lovely Night,” Teddy’s eyes close as he falls asleep.

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