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Composer(s)  Jeff Fisher
First episode date  7 September 1997
8.3/10 IMDb

Genre  Animated series
Country of origin  Canada France
Final episode date  12 September 1999
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Created by  Roger Bollen (comic strip)
Directed by  Nadja Cozic Louis Piche Pascal Pinon
Voices of  Mark Camacho Teddy Lee Dillon Kate Hutchison Marc Montgomery Terrence Scammell Dawn Ford
Networks  Teletoon, Freeform, This TV
Cast  Mark Camacho, Terrence Scammell, Teddy Lee Dillon, Kate Hutchison

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Animal Crackers is a 1997 French/Canadian animated television series produced by Cinar with association by Alphanim. It is based on the comic strip Animal Crackers and tells about a group of animals that live in a fictional jungle called Freeborn. The show aired in the United States on Fox Family in 1998 and the Cookie Jar Toons block on This TV from November 2008 to August 2009.


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Major characters

  • Lyle Lion (voiced by Mark Camacho): Passive, insecure, and a momma's boy, Lyle is not what one might call "King of the Jungle". (He's more of a prince, who is trying to be king), intent on taking philosophy classes and ordering a pizza (preferably vegetarian) than to be the dominant predator. Despite multiple failed attempts, his number one goal in life is to date Lana. Outside his love life, his other goal is to be an astronomer.
  • Dodo (voiced by Teddy Lee Dillon): He is the last remaining dodo alive and is Lyle's best friend. Rash, impatient, and slightly self-centered, he is extremely hot-headed and refuses to believe that he lacks the ability to fly. This leads to multiple failed attempts to take flight, sometimes using some very innovative and unusual techniques, all of which fail.
  • Eugene (voiced by Terrence Scammell): Despite his size and nature, this pachyderm is really an "overgrown baby" who craves attention. He is rather arrogant and obnoxious and is not afraid to bully others with his size and strength to get what he wants. Some of his secret pleasures include inhaling loads of peanut butter and stomping petunias but the sight of a tiny mouse will freak him out.
  • Gnu (voiced by Marc Montgomery): For a "supposed" leader of a herd, Gnu lacks any leadership qualities; rather, his traits show the exact opposite of a leader: lazy, timid, and no sense of direction. Despite his nature, Gnu does mean well and is very dedicated to his herd, even though his presence there will hinder rather than help. A single father with a son he loves very much, he is a caring parent.
  • Lana (voiced by Kate Hutchinson): Lana is smart, attractive, strong minded and the object of Lyle's affection. Lana is quite caring towards her fellow inhabitants of Freeborn and will put the group ahead of herself. She is an avid book lover and is often found with her nose in a novel. Despite showing little to no interest in Lyle's pursuits, it has been hinted that perhaps she does have a crush on him.
  • Supporting characters

  • Tito: the chameleon, a silent character with no dialogue in the entire series.
  • Lance: Another lion who competes with Lyle for Lana's attention
  • Louie: Lyle's nephew.
  • Bud and Edna: Two recurring human tourists.
  • Gnu's son and herd
  • Elmo the Crocodile
  • Lamont the Hippopotamus
  • Roxanne the Ostrich (voiced by Dawn Ford)
  • Grandpa Tortoise and his grandsons
  • Sergeant Rhino
  • Snake
  • Frog and Toad
  • Crew

  • Micheline Charest - Executive Producer
  • Ronald A. Weinberg - Executive Producer
  • Christian Davin - Co-Executive Producer
  • Cassandra Schafhausen - Producer
  • Nadja Cozic - Director
  • Louis Piche - Director
  • Pascal Pinon - Director
  • Katell Lardeux - Line Producer
  • Justine Hyun Van Phong - Line Producer
  • Lesley Taylor - Line Producer
  • Natalie Dumoulin - Associate Producer
  • Jan Van Rijsselberge - Animation Supervisor
  • Heidi Blomkvist - Timing Director
  • Sebastian Grunsta - Timing Director
  • Alan Jeffery - Timing Director
  • Jean Pilotte - Timing Director
  • Pascal Pinon - Co-director
  • Greg Bailey - Supervising Director
  • Andrew Gryn - Talent Coordinator
  • Eric Theriault - Background Design
  • Wayne Millett - Background Design Supervisor
  • Writing credits

  • Roger Bollen - Comic strip
  • Joseph Mallozzi - Writer
  • Wayne Millett - Writer
  • Jennifer Kierans - Writer
  • Pierre Colin-Tiebert - Writer
  • Thomas LaPierre - Writer
  • Jacques Bouchard - Writer
  • Jacques Daviault - Writer
  • Patrick Granleese - Writer
  • Hugh Neilson - Writer
  • Maureen Neilson - Writer
  • Michael Palmeter - Writer
  • Gerard Lewis - Writer
  • John Handforth - Writer
  • Ken Ross - Writer
  • Amy Jo Cooper - Writer
  • Greg Van Riel - Writer
  • Kim Segal - Writer
  • Rick Jones - Writer
  • Natalie Dumoulin - Writer
  • Heidi Foss - Writer
  • Lynn Mason - Writer
  • Brian Cameron Fuld - Writer
  • Rowby Goren - Writer
  • David Acer - Writer
  • Michael Leo Donovan - Writer
  • Bryan Michael Stoller - Writer
  • Anne-Marie Perrotta - Writer
  • Daniel Baldassi - Writer
  • Michael F. Hamill - Writer
  • Barry Julian - Writer
  • Tean Schultz - Writer
  • Thor Bishopric - Writer
  • Todd Swift - Writer
  • Vigeland Rubin - Writer
  • References

    Animal Crackers (TV series) Wikipedia

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