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Trivia / Little Lulu

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The Famous Studios Cartoons

  • Disowned Adaptation: Marjorie Henderson Buell hated the cartoons, which she didn't feel were true to the original comics, and got involved with the making of those two Lulu shorts in the '60s to make sure that they were faithful to her work.
  • Edited for Syndication: Censorship example. A Bout with the Trout was screened in Muslim countries with the pig part of Swing on a Star cut offnote .
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  • Missing Episode: Not the cartoons themselves, but the original title cards from most the 1940's shorts are lost.
  • Name's the Same: Alvin shares the same name as a member of a well-known group of singing chipmunks.
  • Screwed by the Lawyers: Paramount stopped making Little Lulu cartoons when they tried, and failed, to buy the rights to the character from Marge. They got around it by creating Little Audrey.
  • You Look Familiar: In several of the Famous Studios shorts, Lulu will meet some Jerkass man (such as a magician, a dog catcher, department store owner, train conductor, etc.) who gives her trouble for the majority of the short (or vice verse). These men all look exactly the same.


The 1990's series



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