|The Angry Beavers|
|Created by||Mitch Schauer|
|Starring|| Richard Steven Horvitz|
|Country of Origin||United States|
|No. of Seasons||4|
|No. of Episodes||63 (List of Episodes)|
|Running Time||22 minutes (approx.)|
|Production Company(s)|| Gunther-Wahl Productions|
Nickelodeon Animation Studios
|Original Run||April 19, 1997 – November 11, 2001|
When twin beavers Norbert and Daggett leave their home for a house on a lake and begin living the lifestyle of wild and crazy bachelors, hilarity and chronic dishevelment is bound to ensue…And while living on a lake in the middle of nowhere sounds tranquil enough, the Beavers have a knack for getting into some very odd situations. Dag and Norb encounter everything from wacko government scientists and a swamp witch to the dreaded stinky toe and even evil mind-controlling pond scum!
Daggett Doofus Beaver (voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz) — Daggett (usually nicknamed as "Dag" and "Daggy") is the younger brother of Norbert (by four minutes). Hyperactive and immature, Daggett has a habit of over-emphasized and manic motions as well as a potent penchant for name-calling. He shares with his brother a typical brotherly love-hate relationship, supporting and antagonizing his elder sibling as his mood requires.
Norbert Foster Beaver (voiced by Nick Bakay) — Norbert (usually nicknamed as "Norb" and "Norby") is Daggett's laid-back older brother. Generally well-spoken and intelligent, Norbert is a highly sarcastic beaver with a habit of performing great feats of impeccable engineering with aplomb and without explanation.
The Angry Beavers ran for 63 episodes spread over four seasons from April 1997 to November 2001, ending a few episodes early in the United States on Nickelodeon. According to Script Supervisor Micah Wright, the last episodes have been seen in England, France and Australia, and may have since been shown on Nicktoons in the United States.
At the end of the fifth season, three episodes were in development but never finished. These included: "Tree Flockers," "Magnum Opus" and "Bye-Bye Beavers."
- ↑ "Micah Wright's page on The Angry Beavers ". http://micahwright.com/television/angry-beavers.htm. Retrieved on March 8, 2014.