Foofur and his friends rival with a woman named Mrs. Amelia Escrow and her pet Chihuahua named Pepe. Foofur with his gang occupies a mansion, in 32 Maple Street, which is also his ...
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The planet Prysmos - post-technological loss. Two groups rise to dominance from the devastation to wage war upon each other. One is controlled by honest and law-abiding people and the other... See full summary »
In medieval times, tiny anthropomorphic dogs called Biskitts live on a small island in a forest and safeguard the riches of local kings. Mean local king Max, his dogs Fang and Snarl, his jester Shecky and wildcat Scratch hunt them.
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A live-action/animated direct-to-video series hosted by Olivia Newton-John, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and Hallmark Cards. The purpose is to teach children how to handle Earth's resources responsibly.
Foofur and his friends rival with a woman named Mrs. Amelia Escrow and her pet Chihuahua named Pepe. Foofur with his gang occupies a mansion, in 32 Maple Street, which is also his birthplace. Mrs. Escrow does everything to sell the estate, but fails.Written by
I never saw this air on television(NBC,1986-87) but I picked it out at the video store when I was a kid, and I fell in love with all the characters! Besides Foof I really loved Fencer the Karate Cat he was so hopeless:)
I remember along with "Heathcliff" (the orange trouble making cat), "Foofur" was one of my favorite cartoons of the time. People never seem to know what I'm talking about when I mention this 80's cartoon as one of my childhood favorites, so I suppose not many kids were introduced to the series since it only aired for 2 seasons.
I know I found this cartoon very entertaining at the time & am definitely interested in getting my hands on this video or a DVD if I could find one. I'd love to sit down with my niece & watch this together! (Also, I want to prove to everyone who doesn't think I know what I'm talking about that this cartoon really existed!)
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