The Little Lulu Show is the American-Canadian animated television series based on the Marjorie Henderson Buell (Marge) comic book character Little Lulu.
Why It Rocks
- It's faithful to the Little Lulu comics (including the John Stanley ones), this time with minor alterations.
- It was funnier, wackier and more comical than the Little Lulu comics and theatrical cartoons.
- Good animation made by CINAR and TMO-Loonland (only in Season 3).
- Awesome voice acting, especially Tracey Ullman as Little Lulu in its first season.
- They kept the original theme song from the 1940s shorts, but with the addition of a few new lyrics.
- Great characters, including Lulu herself.
- The episodes, the LuluToons and the mini-musical episodes, the Lulu-Bites, are amazing.
- Also, the stand-ups sketches are funny.
- Little Lulu can sometimes be stubborn and a brat, sure we know Little Lulu herself is stubborn.
- The show depicted the boys as dumb and mean.
- Some unlikable characters like Gloria and sometimes Alvin.
- In Brazil it was distributed by Spot Films, the secondary name of the infamous Vídeo Brinquedo.
- While the Little Lulu comics and theatrical cartoons are set in the 1930s, this TV program was set in the 1950s.