Tales of a dog, Martha, who eats alphabet soup and gains the ability to speak. This series follows the antics of Martha and her owner as she encounters many adventures with her newfound ability.
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J.T. Turner ...
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 Alice Boxwood 39 episodes, 2008-2010
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Tales of a dog, Martha, who eats alphabet soup and gains the ability to speak. This series follows the antics of Martha and her owner as she encounters many adventures with her newfound ability.

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Although Tabitha St. Germain voices "Martha" in the television series, Kathy Najimy voices "Martha" for the audiobooks. See more »

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Martha: [to Skits, who is a puppy and has woken Martha from her nap] Grrrrow up!
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Martha Speaks Theme Song
Music by Daniel Ingram
Lyrics by Ken Scarborough
Performed by Robert Wilson
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Martha Speaks is the Fran drescher of PBS
31 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

Just a quick fact about Me before you read my review. I'm 15 yrs. old and i watched this show 4 years ago, and i'm still watching to prove my points, plus i wanted to tell you this so you don't think i'm an adult. Martha Speakes is a show for kids of the age of 8 to 11 yrs. old. This show is very age appropriate. No adult, teenager ,or grown up kid will like how this show explains words. Especially when it said from a certain dogs voice. Martha's voice makes her the Fran Drescher of PBS. Her voice is so annoying it turns off anyone who is above the age of 11. Not all of the characters act like their age. The frame rate of the show is decent, because the charters basically painted paper puppets. And can some explain to me how a dog who ate alphabet soup and got the power to speak, can call the police with her dog paws, and get a ton of petitions signatures to ban 4th of July fireworks. Even though this is a cartoon, it can try to make some sense. I give Martha Speakes a 5.9/10. This review was made in 2012.


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