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The Little Lulu Show

The Little Lulu Show
Title screen
Genre Comedy
Based on Little Lulu, by Marjorie Henderson Buell
Directed by
  • Greg Bailey (Season 1)
  • Louis Piché (Season 1–2)
  • Nick Rijgersberg (Season 3)
Theme music composer Buddy Kaye, Sidney Lippman, and Fred Wise (arranged by Jeff Fisher)
Opening theme "Little Lulu"
Composer(s) Jeff Fisher
Country of origin Canada
United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 52 (156 segments) (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Micheline Charest
  • Nancy Steingard (Season 1)
  • Ronald A. Weinberg (Season 2–3)
  • Peter Völkle (co-executive producer, S03)
Producer(s)
  • Ronald A. Weinberg (Season 1)
  • Cassandra Schafhausen (Season 2–3; supervising producer, Season 1)
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor DHX Media
DreamWorks Classics
Release
Original channel HBO Family
Original release November 11, 1995 – February 21, 1999

The Little Lulu Show is a Canadian/American animated television series based on the Marjorie Henderson Buell comic book character Little Lulu. The show was produced by CINAR Animation after Buell's death in 1993, and aired on HBO Family in the United States and on, CTV, and the Family Channel in Canada from 1995 to 1999. In Canada, reruns are currently being shown on both the English[1] and French[2] versions of Teletoon Retro. The series centered on the life and adventures of Lulu Moppet and Tubby Thompkins. Between stories (that are called "LuluToon"), they showed stand-up comedy that Lulu hosted and a series of mini musical episodes which are called "Lulu-Bite".

This show is not to be confused with Little Lulu and Her Little Friends, an anime TV series featuring the same characters made in 1976.

Voice actors

Name Season 1 VA Season 2 VA Season 3 VA
"Little" Lulu Moppet Tracey Ullman Jane Woods
Thomas "Tubby" Tompkins Bruce Dinsmore
Annie Inch Michael Caloz Vanessa Lengies
Alvin Jones Ajay Fry Jonathan Koensgen
Iggie Inch Jane Woods Dawn Ford
Willie Wilkins Andrew Henry Ricky Mabe
Eddie Stimson Justin Bradley
Wilbur Van Snobbe Jacob D. Tierney
Gloria Darling II Angelina Boivin
Mrs. Martha Moppet Pauline Little
Mr. George Moppet Gary Jewell
Mrs. Ellie Tompkins Susan Glover
Officer Clarence McNabb N/A Terrence Scammell

References

  1. ^ http://www.teletoon.com/teletoon3/retro.php?language=En&func=php|templates/tvSchedule.php|0&xVar=0
  2. ^ http://www.teletoon.com/teletoon3/retro.php?language=Fr&func=php|templates/tv.php|0&xVar=0

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