Animated anthology series featuring four different segments.
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Donald Acree ...
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Josh Blake ...
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Camille Bonora ...
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Gary V. Brown ...
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Jim Brownold ...
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Carmen De Lavallade ...
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Earl Hammond ...
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Larry Kenney ...
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Bob McFadden ...
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Peter Newman ...
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Gordy Owens ...
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Gerrianne Raphael ...
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Tanya Willoughby ...
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Daniel Wooten ...
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Animated anthology series featuring four different segments.

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Mystery with "The Mini-Monsters!" Comedy with "Karate Kat!" Music with "The Street Frogs!" Action with "The Tigersharks!"


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Edited into The Mini-Monsters: Adventures at Camp Mini-Mon (1987) See more »

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A wonder cartoon variety show...
21 April 2001 | by (Chapel Hill, NC USA) – See all my reviews

This is sadly a great cartoon show that has somehow been forgotten by the masses. This show contained four cartoon shows ("The Mini-Monsters," "Street Frogs," "Karate Kat," and "Tigersharks") that were mixed together in small segments during each episode.

My personal favorite was "The Mini-Monsters." This show had a bunch of monster kids attending summer camp. There were a little vampire, Frankenstein monster, werewolf, mummy, witch, invisible man, and many more. There were only two humans that went to camp at Camp Mini-Mon, and they often tried to show the monsters what it was like to be "normal." It was a really fun show, and the monsters were not at all threatening for kids to watch.

"Street Frogs" had a group of street smart frogs that loved to sing and record rap tunes. They had some real style as they made their music. They had some really hip tunes (it is too bad there may never be a soundtrack).

"Karate Kat" was a crime-fighting cartoon with "meow, baby." This was a really fun show with a lead who was literally a cool cat.

"Tigersharks" was a show about a race of humanoids that lived under water. I do not remember much about this particular show because it was my least favorite of the four.

I think that everyone who loves cartoons should try to look up these titles. Each cartoon is available on video in separate installments. Some are even still on amazon. I especially love the "Mini-Monsters" video collection.


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