Animated series about a 13-year-old boy named Henry Bigg who goes on vacation and finds mouse-like creatures in his suitcase called Littles. There's a whole family of Littles. William and ...
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A TV news broadcast with a humorous touch hosted by Javier Capitán and Florentino Fernández. It featured parodies, ironic reviews, etc. of current events, as well as impersonations of distinguished mass-media personalities.
Animated series about a 13-year-old boy named Henry Bigg who goes on vacation and finds mouse-like creatures in his suitcase called Littles. There's a whole family of Littles. William and Lucy Little help raise their three children, 21-year-old Dinky, 13-year-old Tom and 10-year-old Lucy. Dinky is the clumsy and goofy voiced pilot who is out of school and is 21 years old and is usually seen helping Grandpa Little out by doing a bunch of stuff while Mr. and Mrs. Little work during the day. Tom is the excited one and Lucy is the youngest and smallest and always ready to do something. In the second season, they adopted a girl named Ashley, who had short hair and wanted excitement always happen with The Littles. Written by
Brett J. Ferino <Ferinojf@aol.com>
Season three is set up completely different than the first two. Tom and Lucys parents aren't seen, the Littles, along with Henry and his parents, travel across the world and in space, and there is noe reference of Hunter or where he's gone. Season three shows the Littles on their own big adventures. See more »
When the DIC logo is shown after the credits, Dinky dots the "I" in "DIC" by throwing a button at the logo. See more »
It seems to me that recently, cartoons as a whole are not very good. But then I stumbled across this show. It's 20+ years old and it's gag-worthy. It's pretty stupid and the Littles are ugly with annoying voices. I don't know what compelled the WB to replay this show on Saturday mornings.I guess I can just sleep in.
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