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    3 new animated shows for 05-06

    "Disney's The Buzz on Maggie," a comedy about everyday life seen through the eyes of a creative girl fly; "Disney's Katbot," a comedy about a robotic cat alien sent to study tween culture on Earth; and "Disney's Emperor's New Skool," (working title) a coming-of-age comedy based on Walt Disney Pictures' "The Emperor's New Groove." The series are scheduled to premiere during 2005-06 and are produced by Walt Disney Television Animation Studio, now celebrating its 20th anniversary year. The announcement was made today by Gary Marsh, Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Production, Disney Channel, at the semi-annual gathering of the Television Critics Association.

    Set in the fly metropolis of Stickyfeet, "Disney's The Buzz on Maggie" takes viewers into the daily life of flies, seen from the point of view of Maggie, an unusually creative and expressive tween fly. Maggie is fun-loving, highly energetic and thinks outside the box, but ruffles antennae with her inspired antics in the conventional, hard-working world of upstanding flies. When she is faced with one of the many routines of everyday life, Maggie devises a way to make it fresh and exciting – and before long, she puts her exuberant, can-do attitude to work on translating her inspiration into reality – but her actions inevitably upset the balance of the world around her and have consequences she doesn't anticipate. Dave Polsky ("Scary Movie 2") serves as executive producer and Laura Perkins Brittain (Disney Channel's "That's So Raven") serves as co-executive producer. The director is executive producer Dave Wasson ("The Ugly Duck-Thing"). The series stars Jessica DiCicco ("Bratz") as Maggie, David Kaufman ("Stuart Little" television series) as older brother Aldrin, Thom Adcox (Disney Channel's "American Dragon: Jake Long") as younger brother Pupert, Cree Summer (Disney Channel's "The Proud Family") as best friend Rayna and Tara Strong (Disney Channel's "The Proud Family") as Aldrin's girlfriend Dawn. "Disney's The Buzz on Maggie" is produced by Walt Disney Television Animation and premieres in June 2005.

    "Disney's Katbot" is a comedy series about a curious, somewhat naïve, fun-loving cat robot – Katbot – from the planet Katatonia, who – as part of her schooling – is sent to Earth to study tween culture. By using her hypno-façade, she disguises herself as Katerina Botenski, a foreign exchange student from a small Eastern European country she also calls Katatonia. The only person who knows her secret is her best friend Junior Lebore, the son of her host family. Through her friendships with an eclectic group of earthlings, Katbot experiences life on Earth with a unique and comic perspective. Sherri Stoner ("Tiny Toon Adventures"), Bart Jennett (Disney's "Recess") and John Carlin serve as executiveproducers. Kristin Ellington is a co-executive producer and Randy Myers ("The Powerpuff Girls," "My Life as a Teenage Robot") is the director. The series stars Anneliese van der Pol (Disney Channel's "That's So Raven") as Katbot, Charlie Schlatter ("Ferris Bueller" television series) as Junior Lebore and Mayim Bialik ("Blossom") as Paula. The series is a production of Walt Disney Television Animation in association with Funny Garbage and premieres in September 2005.

    Based on the Walt Disney Pictures' theatrical release "The Emperor's New Groove," "Disney's Emperor's New Skool" (working title) is set in the Incan public school system. Kuzco just had a birthday which means he's finally ready to become the official emperor…but first he must graduate from Kuzco Academy and foil the scheming partnership of Yzma and Kronk to reclaim his throne. Bobs Gannaway (Disney Channel's "Lilo & Stitch: The Series) serves as executive producer and Dave Knott (Disney Channel's "Recess") and Howy Parkins (Disney Channel's "Dave the Barbarian") are directors. The series stars Patrick Warburton ("The Emperor's New Groove") as Kronk and Rip Taylor ("The Addams Family" television series) as Royal Record Keeper. "Disney's Emperor's New Skool" (working title) is a production of Walt Disney Television Animation and premieres in January 2006.

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    Well there are three shows I will be staying away from. Who needs another bug story, a robot animal from another planer, and worst of all something based on a feature length turky like New Groove. Gosh that was aweful. I watched it thru once, and that was once too many times.
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    Oh God.....

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    Flys? maybe. Alien Bots? maybe. Kuzco-pians? maybe.

    But Tweens? good grief.
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    Geez..... Bring back The Gummi Bears, Ducktales or even Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers!!

    These other new cartoons coming up really stink!
    She walks in beauty, like the night
    Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
    And all that's best of dark and bright
    Meet in her aspect and her eyes.....

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    They should just keep showing the classic cartoons with Donald, Mickey and Goofy. Those are WAY better than any of their new stuff!

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    Hey.. dont diss the groove... but you can dis the series.....

    (I want my classics.. i watched when i was in preschool and elementry school.... before i was a tween... stop this lizzie and other crap........)

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    Quote Originally Posted by libraryvixen
    Geez..... Bring back The Gummi Bears, Ducktales or even Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers!!

    These other new cartoons coming up really stink!

    ah The Gummi Bears I will now have the theme song in my head for days.



    "Bouncing here and there and everywhere..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disguy
    ah The Gummi Bears I will now have the theme song in my head for days.



    "Bouncing here and there and everywhere..."

    You know you love me.
    She walks in beauty, like the night
    Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
    And all that's best of dark and bright
    Meet in her aspect and her eyes.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disguy
    ah The Gummi Bears I will now have the theme song in my head for days.



    "Bouncing here and there and everywhere..."
    This is why being old is nice.

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    Gummi Bears Theme Song

    Dashing and daring,
    Courageous and caring,
    Faithful and friendly,
    With stories to share.
    All through the forest,
    They sing out in chorus,
    Marching along,
    As their song fills the air.
    CHORUS:
    Gummi Bears,
    Bouncing here and there and everywhere.
    High adventure that's beyond compare,
    They are the Gummi Bears.

    Magic and mystery,
    Are part of their history,
    Along with the secret,
    Of gummiberry juice.
    Their legend is growing,
    They take pride in knowing,
    They'll fight for what's right,
    In whatever they do.

    CHORUS

    (Repeat first verse)

    CHORUS

    Gummi Bears,
    When a friend's in danger they'll be there,
    Lives and legends that we all can share,
    They are the Gummi Bears,
    They are the Gummi Bears,
    They are the Gummi Bears

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    Am I the only one who can never get enough of Kuzco? Emperor's New Groove is one of our all time favorite movies. We quote it constantly. "No touchy" is something we use all the time to tell the kids not to touch something.

    I hope they make it as good as they have made the Lilo & Stitch series.

    BTW: My kids are HUGE fans of House of Mouse.
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    May the Gumballs Be with You...Always.

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    We also love Emperor's New Groove around here! I think that and Lilo & Stitch are our two most quoted movies

    My boys love House of Mouse & Lilo & Stitch the series, they would really dig an Emperor's series!

    They don't watch too many other Disney Channel cartoons, oh except Kim Possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Afraid
    This is why being old is nice.

    Agreed, I've never seen a Gummi Bears episode! We can be old together

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    Brian and Ali also like to watch Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, Kim Possible, and Hercules.

    Timon & Pumba is lame. That is an insult to the great movie it inspired.
    Anything listed on the park maps as an attraction is fair game for inclusion in the Rally.
    I cannot confirm nor deny the inclusion of any attraction in the Rally.



    May the Gumballs Be with You...Always.

    NO GOATS!

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