History WesternAnimation / Toonsylvania

24th Sep '16 6:47:33 PM themisterfree
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''Toonsylvania'' was an animated show that lasted for two seasons on FOX's Saturday morning cartoon block in 1998 (though reruns of the show aired on FOX Family and some overseas channels until 2000). It was created by Bill Kopp (the creator and voice of ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'') and Jeff [=DeGrandis=] and produced by Creator/StevenSpielberg, and was one of the first animated works to come from the then-newly created [=DreamWorks=] studios. Much like Spielberg's earlier works (''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' and ''Animaniacs''), it was a multiple shorts cartoon show. Each episode was split into four parts (at least in season one; season two underwent a change in format):

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''Toonsylvania'' was an animated show that lasted for two seasons on FOX's Saturday morning cartoon block Creator/FoxKids in 1998 1998-99 (though reruns of the show aired on FOX Family [[Creator/ABCFamily Fox Family]] and some overseas Fox Kids channels until 2000). It was created by Bill Kopp (the creator and voice of ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'') and Jeff [=DeGrandis=] and produced by Creator/StevenSpielberg, and was one of the first animated works to come from the then-newly created [=DreamWorks=] studios. Much like Spielberg's earlier works (''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' and ''Animaniacs''), it was a multiple shorts cartoon show. Each episode was split into four parts (at least in season one; season two underwent a change in format):
26th Jun '16 11:07:21 AM Morgenthaler
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''Toonsylvania'' was an animated show that lasted for two seasons on FOX's Saturday morning cartoon block in 1998 (though reruns of the show aired on FOX Family and some overseas channels until 2000). It was created by Bill Kopp (the creator and voice of ''EekTheCat'') and Jeff [=DeGrandis=] and produced by Creator/StevenSpielberg, and was one of the first animated works to come from the then-newly created [=DreamWorks=] studios. Much like Spielberg's earlier works (''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' and ''Animaniacs''), it was a multiple shorts cartoon show. Each episode was split into four parts (at least in season one; season two underwent a change in format):

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''Toonsylvania'' was an animated show that lasted for two seasons on FOX's Saturday morning cartoon block in 1998 (though reruns of the show aired on FOX Family and some overseas channels until 2000). It was created by Bill Kopp (the creator and voice of ''EekTheCat'') ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'') and Jeff [=DeGrandis=] and produced by Creator/StevenSpielberg, and was one of the first animated works to come from the then-newly created [=DreamWorks=] studios. Much like Spielberg's earlier works (''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' and ''Animaniacs''), it was a multiple shorts cartoon show. Each episode was split into four parts (at least in season one; season two underwent a change in format):
24th Jun '16 5:45:37 PM nombretomado
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''Toonsylvania'' was an animated show that lasted for two seasons on FOX's Saturday morning cartoon block in 1998 (though reruns of the show aired on FOX Family and some overseas channels until 2000). It was created by Bill Kopp (the creator and voice of ''EekTheCat'') and Jeff [=DeGrandis=] and produced by Creator/StevenSpielberg, and was one of the first animated works to come from the then-newly created [=DreamWorks=] studios. Much like Spielberg's earlier works (''TinyToonAdventures'' and ''Animaniacs''), it was a multiple shorts cartoon show. Each episode was split into four parts (at least in season one; season two underwent a change in format):

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''Toonsylvania'' was an animated show that lasted for two seasons on FOX's Saturday morning cartoon block in 1998 (though reruns of the show aired on FOX Family and some overseas channels until 2000). It was created by Bill Kopp (the creator and voice of ''EekTheCat'') and Jeff [=DeGrandis=] and produced by Creator/StevenSpielberg, and was one of the first animated works to come from the then-newly created [=DreamWorks=] studios. Much like Spielberg's earlier works (''TinyToonAdventures'' (''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' and ''Animaniacs''), it was a multiple shorts cartoon show. Each episode was split into four parts (at least in season one; season two underwent a change in format):



* AnimatedAnthology: In the same vein as ''Animaniacs'' and ''TinyToonAdventures''.

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* AnimatedAnthology: In the same vein as ''Animaniacs'' and ''TinyToonAdventures''.''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures''.
14th May '16 3:58:21 PM smalltime
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* HotGuyUglyWife: Melissa Screetch's parents. Or maybe it's more like Average-Looking Guy, Ugly Wife.



* UglyGuyHotWife: Inverted with Melissa Screetch's parents; ''Mrs.'' Screetch is the ugly one.
14th May '16 3:53:40 PM smalltime
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* UglyGuysHotWife: Inverted with Melissa Screetch's parents; ''Mrs.'' Screetch is the ugly one.

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* UglyGuysHotWife: UglyGuyHotWife: Inverted with Melissa Screetch's parents; ''Mrs.'' Screetch is the ugly one.
14th May '16 3:53:08 PM smalltime
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* UglyGuysHotWife: Inverted with Melissa Screetch's parents; ''Mrs.'' Screetch is the ugly one.
* ValentinesDayEpisode: "Blind Date of Frankenstein." Subverted in that it doesn't show any signs of being a Valentine's Day episode, but it did air on Valentine's Day of 1998 (which was a Saturday) and had to do with someone falling in love (Dr. Vic falls for a woman who is actually a robot made from spare parts by Igor).



* ValentinesDayEpisode: "Blind Date of Frankenstein." Subverted in that it doesn't show any signs of being a Valentine's Day episode, but it did air on Valentine's Day of 1998 (which was a Saturday) and had to do with someone falling in love (Dr. Vic falls for a woman who is actually a robot made from spare parts by Igor).
15th Dec '15 9:12:40 AM StFan
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* The second part, called "Night of the Living Fred", was about the adventures of a family of zombies, created by Mike Peters, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist and creator of ''MotherGooseAndGrimm''. On most episodes (particularly in season two), this segment would be replaced with an animated parody of a B horror movie or an animated piece featuring a short-lived character (like Becki With-An-I from "Something Weenie This Way Comes" or Madam Olga).

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* The second part, called "Night of the Living Fred", was about the adventures of a family of zombies, created by Mike Peters, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist and creator of ''MotherGooseAndGrimm''.''ComicStrip/MotherGooseAndGrimm''. On most episodes (particularly in season two), this segment would be replaced with an animated parody of a B horror movie or an animated piece featuring a short-lived character (like Becki With-An-I from "Something Weenie This Way Comes" or Madam Olga).
22nd May '15 6:33:32 PM WillBGood
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* The first part would be one of the adventures of Dr. Vic Frankenstein; his assistant, Igor, a TedBaxter who thought he was the brains of the outfit, and their FrankensteinsMonster, Phil.

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* The first part would be one of the adventures of Dr. Vic Frankenstein; his assistant, Igor, a TedBaxter SmallNameBigEgo who thought he was the brains of the outfit, and their FrankensteinsMonster, Phil.
24th Jan '15 8:49:44 PM Wartzanall
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The show hasn't aired on television since 2000. It had a VHS release around the time that it stopped airing on TV, but the video was just a "best-of" compilation of episodes from season one (even though the season two opening was used). As of January 2014, Netflix streaming (the Brazilian and Mexican feed) has the entire series (including two season two episodes that didn't air since FOX canceled the show due to low ratings).

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The show hasn't aired on television since 2000. It had a VHS release around the time that it stopped airing on TV, but the video was just a "best-of" compilation of episodes from season one (even though the season two opening was used). As of On January 2014, Netflix streaming (the Brazilian and Mexican feed) has had the entire series (including two season two episodes that didn't air since FOX canceled the show due to low ratings).ratings), and as of late 2014, it's no longer running.
15th Dec '14 6:29:22 PM Wartzanall
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* GrossoutShow: Not so much the "Igor/Dr. Vic/Phil" cartoons, but definitely the "Night of the Living Fred" cartoons, even though it's bloodless.

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* GrossoutShow: Not so much the "Igor/Dr. Vic/Phil" cartoons, cartoons (though there are moments of this), but definitely the "Night of the Living Fred" cartoons, even though it's bloodless.
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