Sooty's Amazing Adventures is a short-lived Sooty & Co. spin-off. It only lasted for one season. It was produced by Cosgrove Hall Productions.
Sooty and his friends magic themselves into "human-form". They are residing at an old theatre in an unnamed British coastal town. The stage's trap-door can transport them magically to anywhere in the world (but it often makes mistakes).
Apart from the many friends Sooty and the gang meet on their adventures, there is a recurring character named Katarina, an aged, well spoken Persian cat who doesn't stand for nonsense and often criticises the gang's conduct.
- Mummy's Boys
- Hot Air
- Desert Song
- Things That Go McSqueak in the Night
- Alas Poor Sooty
- A Hula Secret
- Chocolate With Nuts
- Close Encounters of The Furred Kind
- Hopalong Sooty
- Mars, She's Making Eyes at Me
- A Hard Day's Knight
- Scampi and the Computer Chips
- The Big Picture
- Life's Such a Dragon
- A Knight at the Theatre
- Susie Blake as Soo and all the female characters (except Katarina)
- Rob Rackstraw as Sweep and Captain Fogbound
- Jimmy Hibbert as Scampi, Katarina, Sir Oswald, Cousin McScampi and all the male characters
- Scampi and Sweep both speak with normal voices in this series.
- Soo is not voiced by Brenda Longman.
- Each episode was approximately eleven minutes long.
- Dave Corbett, who provides the music for Sooty & Co., also provides the music for this spin-off.
- Rob Rackstraw later provided the voice of Ramsbottom and Butch in Sooty Heights.
- The Roman Numerals at the end of every episode are incorrectly written as MXMXCVI. It should be MCMXCVI (1996).