The Smurfs (1981–1990)
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Heart of Gold/The Village Vandal 

Heart Of Gold: Problems arise in Smurf Village when Gargamel replaces Clockwork's heart of gold with one of stone.The Last Whippoorwill: The Smurfs search for the last whippoorwill egg as insects threaten to take over the forest.

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Natural 'Nat' Smurfling (voice) (as Charles Adler)
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Julie McWhirter ...
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Noelle North ...
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Heart Of Gold: Problems arise in Smurf Village when Gargamel replaces Clockwork's heart of gold with one of stone.The Last Whippoorwill: The Smurfs search for the last whippoorwill egg as insects threaten to take over the forest.

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15 November 1986 (USA)  »

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Goofs

In "Heart of Gold," Gargamel is shown cutting a carrot with hot peppers, a tomato, and an onion nearby him as preparation in cooking the Smurfs he captured. However, hot peppers and tomatoes were unknown in Europe until they were imported from the Americas in the early 16th century. The background of the Smurf cartoon series is the late Middle Ages (circa 14th-15th century), early for the appearance of hot peppers and tomatoes in Europe. See more »

Quotes

Gargamel: [laughs] Sit tight my little bon-bons! Lunch is almost ready!
Papa Smurf: I'm surprised at you, Gargamel. You should never eat Smurfs for lunch. You should eat Smurfs for dinner.
Smurfs: [Gasp in shock] Papa Smurf!
Papa Smurf: And I'm sure with Greedy's help, we could make you a great meal.
Gargamel: Oh, really?
Papa Smurf: It's simply a matter of adding the proper seasonings: a pinch of parsley; a little pepper; a dash of salt; perhaps a clove or two all smothered in butter. Of course if you aren't interested in having the meal of a lifetime...
Gargamel: No,...
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