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Zazoo U
Zazoo U Title Card
Genre Comedy
Format Animated Series
Created by Shane De Rolf
Written by Shane DeRolf
Pamela Hickey
Dennys McCoy
Starring Michael Horton
Jerry Houser
Brian Cummings
Neil Ross
Tress MacNeille
Susan Silo
Country of Origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 13 (2 left unaired) (List of Episodes)
Production
Executive Producer(s) Phil Roman
Shane De Rolf
Running Time 22 minutes (approx.)
Composer(s) Jim Covell
Production Company(s) Wang Film Production Co., LTD.
Cuckoos Nest Studio
Broadcast
Original Channel Fox (Fox Kids)
First Shown 1990
Original Run September 8, 1990 – January 19, 1991
Status Ended
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Zazoo U is an American animated series that aired on Fox's Fox Kids block on Saturday mornings from September 8, 1990 to January 19, 1991 with only 11 of the 13 episodes aired, as the series was put on hiatus in January and then ultimately cancelled in April 1991.[1] On July 23, 2001, Zazoo U and other properties of Saban Entertainment were sold to The Walt Disney Company.[2]

PlotEdit

The series follows the adventures of a group of "Americanimals," who attend a zany institute of higher learning called Zazoo U. Each episode is based on a poem written by show creator Shane De Rolf, that teaches a moral lesson to children.

CharactersEdit

Boink (voiced by Michael Horton)

Buck (voiced by Dorian Harewood)

Bully (voiced by Brian Cummings)

Dr. Russell (voiced by Stu Rosen)

Grizzle (voiced by Jerry Houser)

Logan Chomper (voiced by Neil Ross)

Ms. Devine (voiced by Tress MacNeille)

Rarf (voiced by Danny Mann)

Seymour (voiced by Lee Thomas)

Slogo Bonito (voiced by S. Scott Bullock)

Tess (voiced by Susan Silo)

EpisodesEdit

Zazoo U has a total of 13 episodes, spread over 1 season, that were produced from September 1990 to January 1991. The final 2 episodes were left unaired in the United States.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Fox dropped three shows from Saturday morning schedule ". americanradiohistory.com. April 1, 1991. http://americanradiohistory.com/Archive-BC/BC-1991/BC-1991-04-01.pdf. Retrieved on February 28, 2015. 
  2. "News Corp. and Haim Saban Reach Agreement to Sell Fox Family Worldwide to Disney for $5.3 Billion ". Saban.com. July 23, 2001. http://www.saban.com/html/press/010723.html. Retrieved on February 28, 2015. 

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