This cartoon follows on from the 1980's cartoon "Ducktales", continuing the adventures of Huey, Dewey and Louie. Now teenagers and living with their uncle Donald Duck, the three spend their... See full summary »
Charlie and Itchy are back with Sasha and the gang having a Dicken's of a time as they try to save Christmas from Carface and a demon named Belladonna wishes to use dogs all over the world ... See full summary »
In this anthology series, various classic Disney characters host the show. The regular features are "He's Bonkers!", which features the title character's hyperactive adventures to impress his girlfriend, Fawn Deer with the reluctant help of Jitters A. Dog. Then there is "Totally Tastless Videos" which features various one shot short subjects. Finally, there is "Marsupilami," the adventures of a wacky monkey like animal with an impossibly long tail and his gorilla friend, Maurice. Written by
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The creation of this series arose partially from the production difficulties with the series, Bonkers (1993). It was suggested since the title character was supposed to be star of cartoon shorts, then it would be logical to produce some to compliment the series. This idea was accepted and combined with the then unused film rights to the Belgian comic strip, "Marsupilami," and the original satirical series, "Totally Tasteless Videos" to create the overall series. Since the production of this series was shorter than "Bonkers," this allowed the title character to be introduced to the public before his main series began. See more »
Well, My favorite segment on Disney's Raw Toonage is Marsupilami. Marsupilami is a yellow, spotted, long-tail marsupial. And owns a purple gorilla sidekick named Maurice. Marsupilami can talk (and does not only say "HOUBA!") And I think Marsupilami is way better than Wander Over Yonder. And best of all: I love Marsupilami more than Wander. I love Maurice more than Sylvia. I love Norman more than Lord Hater. And this is the best show I have ever seen. Thanks to NBC Saturday Mornings, Walt Disney Television Animation, And to Steve Mackall. This was a blast from the past from the 1990's. What was your favorite segment on Disney's Raw Toonage?
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