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Doodle Toons is Pikachufreak's version of the webtoon by Cartoon Lover 98. It is based on Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs and made its way to Kids' WB! for one season full of fifty-two episodes from September 7, 1996 to August 30, 1997. The series is created by Joe Murray (who earlier created Rocko's Modern Life in 1993).

Plot

  • Join Bellybutton (voiced by Charlie Adler), Jellybean (voiced by Stephanie Morgenstern), Cruncher (voiced by Bill Farmer), Goldie (voiced by Candi Milo), Pip (voiced by Kathryn Cressida) Clarabelle (voiced by Jocelyn Loewen), Soo (voiced by Tara Strong), Crumbles (voiced by Dionne Quan), Inkblot (voiced by Billy West), Gingerbread (voiced by Kelly Sheridan), and The Silent Bear (voiced by Frank Welker) for their wildest adventures in Doodle Town.

Cast

  • Charlie Adler as Bellybutton
  • Stephanie Morgenstern as Jellybean
  • Bill Farmer as Cruncher
  • Candi Milo as Goldie
  • Kathryn Cressida as Pip
  • Jocelyne Loewen as Clarabelle
  • Tara Strong as Soo
  • Dionne Quan as Crumbles
  • Billy West as Inkblot
  • Kelly Sheridan as Gingerbread
  • Frank Welker as The Silent Bear

Episodes

  1. A Doodling Story (September 7, 1996)
  2. Back To The Future (September 14, 1996)
  3. Cooling Off (September 21, 1996)
  4. Double The Perils (September 28, 1996)
  5. Emergency Alert (October 5, 1996)
  6. Ribbed About (October 12, 1996)
  7. Choices, Choices (October 19, 1996)
  8. A Halloween Doodle (October 26, 1996)
  9. Underestimated (November 2, 1996)
  10. Goldie Takes The Stage (November 9, 1996)
  11. Bad Poisonous Potions (November 16, 1996)
  12. Cruncher Acts It Out (November 23, 1996)
  13. Living The Day Away (November 30, 1996)
  14. Transferred To Another School (December 7, 1996)
  15. Up, Up and Awry (December 14, 1996)
  16. Walking In Peace (December 21, 1996)
  17. A Doodle Toon Christmas (December 28, 1996)
  18. A Doodle Toon New Year (January 4, 1997)
  19. Firing Skills (January 11, 1997)
  20. Choked Over (January 18, 1997)
  21. We're Done For (January 25, 1997)
  22. Don't Count The Chicks (February 1, 1997)
  23. Hog Riders (February 8, 1997)
  24. Magnetic Robots (February 15, 1997)
  25. A Cleaning Spree (February 22, 1997)
  26. In Front of Your Friends (March 1, 1997)
  27. Yaks Amok (March 8, 1997)
  28. Boat Builders (March 15, 1997)
  29. Clarabelle Does The Laundry (March 22, 1997)
  30. Move Your Feet (March 29, 1997)
  31. Just Desserts (April 5, 1997)
  32. Quicksand! (April 12, 1997)
  33. A Day Without Crying (April 19, 1997)
  34. Cruncher's Big Mistake (April 26, 1997)
  35. Mimicking Soo (May 3, 1997)
  36. Dustier Than A Bunny (May 10, 1997)
  37. Plants For Sale (May 17, 1997)
  38. Riveting Down The Slopes (May 24, 1997)
  39. Personal Angels (May 31, 1997)
  40. Babysitter Goldie (June 7, 1997)
  41. Race-A-Thon (June 14, 1997)
  42. Cruncher and The Goats (June 21, 1997)
  43. Shameful On This (June 28, 1997)
  44. Middle Bunny (July 5, 1997)
  45. Find A Way Out (July 12, 1997)
  46. Inkblot Falls In Love (July 19, 1997)
  47. An Involving Incident (July 26, 1997)
  48. What A Sprout (August 2, 1997)
  49. Damped Spirits (August 9, 1997)
  50. Innocent Actions (August 16, 1997)
  51. Breaking For Joy (August 23, 1997)
  52. A Doodle Ever After (August 30, 1997)

Production Companies

  • Joe Murray Productions
  • Warner Bros. Television Animation

Trivia

  • This is the first show where all characters (minus Soo) have voice actors in comparison.
  • The ending sequence is similar to the one seen on the short, What's In A Name?.
  • It is made with cel animation.

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