This series follows the adventures of Sherman Fangsworth, a teenager who is cursed with the ability to change into a werewolf at the sight of a full moon, even if it is only a picture of one. Together with his friends, they investigate various mysteries and crimes they encounter and find themselves facing dangers that require the power of Sherman's werewolf form as Fang-face to cope. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Producers Joe Ruby and Ken Spears both worked for Hanna-Barbera, but left to form their own animation production company, Ruby-Spears Enterprises. Fangface was the first cartoon series produced under their new banner. See more »
[Opening title narration]
Fangface! Every 400 years, a baby werewolf is born into the Fangsworth family. And so when the moon shined on little Sherman Fangsworth, he changed into Fangface, a werewolf. Only the sun can change him back to normal. And so little Fangs grew up and teamed up with three daring teenagers: Kim, Biff, and Puggsy. And together they find danger, excitement, and adventure. Who can save the day? Who can wrong the rights, and right the wrongs? None other than Fangface!
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Okay maybe it was inspired from Scooby Doo, and also from I Was a Teenage Werewolf. But it was a real fun cartoon. I like seeing it sometimes has reruns on the cartoon network. The show centers around a wimp named Fangsworth when ever there is full moon or when ever he looks at a picture of a full moon, he turns into a brave gutsy werewolf named Fangface. And turns back into Fangsworth when ever its light or he looks at a light. While he and his friends solve mysteries. It was a little similar to Scooby Doo, But not a total copy. Hey isn't imitation the highest form of flattery.
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