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The Fruitties are a peace loving community of fruit who were happily living in a supposedly extinct volcano, until one day it roused from its slumber and forced them to leave and look for a new home in the nearby mysterious forest. They are confronted with a whole host of sticky situations in their new habitat, including the threat from vegetarian animals! Written by
"Los fruittis" was a Spain/France cartoon featuring talking fruities.
I remember "Los fruittis" from my childhood in the early 90s. The show was about little cute fruities living on a forest island, getting in to adventures and having fun. Every time i listen to the intro song, I get a bit nostalgic about the old days. Anyone who saw it as a kid knows what I mean.
The main characters are talking fruits, vegetables and a little girl. The script is very simple because the cartoon was obviously made for kids, but it has its charm, a grown-up adult won't appreciate it. The one thing I clearly remember was the intro song with the little dancing fruits and the little girl.
Brings good memories.
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