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Brum 301 - AIRPORT ADVENTURE - Full Episode

Brum 301 - AIRPORT ADVENTURE - Full Episode

Brum and the Airport Adventure is the first episode of Series 3 in 2001.

Previous: Brum Goes House Painting

Next: Brum and the Naughty Dog

Air Date: September 3, 2001

Summary Edit

When precious gems are stolen from a celebrity at the airport, Brum is soon on the trail of the two thieves. Will the two baddies take off with the loot, or can Brum the Superhero stop their plane in time?

Trivia Edit

  • This is the first episode of Series 3. It is also the first episode of the new series.
  • This is the second episode that was shown on CBeebies (Children's BBC) more than any other. The first is Little Girl Lost.
  • This episode marks the first appearances of Bubble and Squeak, Granny Slippers, The Visiting Man and the Traffic Policeman.
  • This episode marks the first and only appearance of The Celebrity.
  • The airport that is featured is Birmingham International.
  • The aircraft that the baddies board and hijack is an Airbus A300. It started operating cargo services just before this episode was made. The airplane in question was operated by DHL, as clearly marked on the side.
  • The baddies going on the conveyor belt was a reference to the 1999 movie Toy Story 2.
  • This was the first episode to use the new "Brum Brum Gets Things Done" theme song.
  • This is the first episode to use Brum's new model, his old model was still seen in the intro and ending as stock footage and the rest of the series.
  • This episode was produced only 8 days before the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. It's also ironic considering the episode is set at an airport and features what could be considered an attempted hijacking. The next episode, Brum and the Naughty Dog, was produced only 1 day before the attacks.

Goofs Edit

  • When Brum gets in front of the plane to stop the thieves, it stops quite quickly, which would have been impossible. In addition the pilot couldn't possibly have seen Brum under the nose of the plane due to the design of the windshield.

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