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14th September 1985|
of DVDs: 1|
£5.99 + Postage|
Rates: UK (£1.50); Europe (£2.50); USA/Canada (£3.50); Australia/New
Zealand (£3.50); Rest of the World (£3.50)|
The Wuzzles features a variety of short,
rounded animal characters (each called a Wuzzle). Each is a roughly even, and
colorful, mix of two different animal species (as the theme song mentions, "...livin'
with a split personality"), and all the characters sport wings on their backs.
All of the Wuzzles live on the Isle of Wuz. Double species are not limited to
the Wuzzles themselves. From the appleberries they eat to the telephonograph in
the home, nearly everything on Wuz is mixed together in the same way the Wuzzles
(voiced by Brian Cummings): Half bumblebee and half lion, Bumblelion is a short,
squat orange furred creature with a pink mane, fuzzy antennae, a lion's tail,
small insect wings, and horizontal brown stripes up his tummy. He lives in a beehive,
likes sports, is courageous, and has interest in Butterbear, below.
(voiced by Kathleen Helppie-Shipley): Half bear and half butterfly, Butterbear
is mostly bear in appearance. She has yellow fur with a white tummy, small wings,
and short antennae with flowers on their ends. She is a keen gardener who is gentle
& patient despite the crazy adventures of her friends.
(voiced by Henry Gibson): Half elephant and half kangaroo. One of the
larger Wuzzles, Eleroo is purple, with the body shape and tail of a kangaroo and
an elephant's trunk and ears. He has a horizontally striped pouch (despite the
fact that pouches are found only on female kangaroos).
(voiced by the late Bill Scott): Half moose, half harp seal. Moosel is a small
Wuzzle with the antlers and snout of a moose and he has flippers at the most bottom
of his body. Moosel has a vivid imagination, which makes him believe in monsters.
(voiced by Jo Anne Worley): Half rabbit, half hippopotamus. Hoppo, as she is called
by her friends, is a Wuzzle who is a hippopotamus complete with a rabbit's ears,
buck teeth, and cotton tail. She loves to sing and act. Hoppo is a pushy demanding
diva, her often pushing the others around or aside, but she can be sweet. Hoppo
has a crush on Bumblelion, but Bumblelion has his heart set on Butterbear, which
makes Hoppo furious and dissatisfied. Despite the fact that she is part hippo,
she is as dainty as a gazelle. Like Moosel, she is often annoyed by Rhinokey and
she always tries to get away from him.
(voiced by Alan Oppenheimer): Half rhinoceros and half monkey. Rhinokey is a Wuzzle
who has a rhino-like snout with a horizontal-stripped horn, pink fur, and rhino-like
legs. He is in a posture that is very much like a monkey's. Rhinokey is a fun-loving
happy-go-lucky prankster. He loves to play practical jokes. He can be obnoxious,
but is still loyal to his friends. Rhinokey is best friends with Bumblelion and
(in Rhinokey's opinion) Moosel.
(also voiced by Bill Scott): Half Tiger and half Raccoon. Tycoon is the rich kid
of Wuz. He owns a money tree.
(also voiced by Alan Oppenheimer): Half crocodile, half dinosaur; The main villain
of the show. He can be referred to as either "king Croc", "Crocasaurous", or just
simply Croc (also, his name is not spelled "Crock" with a k). Croc is a no-good
ignoramus and does anything to get what he wants. He always wants the best of
what the Wuzzles have.
(also voiced by Bill Scott): Half boar, half rat, Croc's sidekick. Brat sputters
and babbles and grunts in his speech, but Croc understands what he is saying.
Flizard (also voiced by Brian Cummings): Half frog, half lizard, Croc's other
sidekick. Flizard is lacking in intelligence, but loyal to Croc.
show was narrated by Stan Freberg.
1. Bulls of a Feather (first broadcast September 14,
2. Hooray for Hollywuz (first broadcast September 21, 1985)
In the Money (first broadcast September 28, 1985)
4. Crock Around the Clock
(first broadcast October 5, 1985)
5. Moosel's Monster (first broadcast October
6. Klutz on the Clutch (first broadcast October 19, 1985)
7. Bumblelion and the Terrified Forest (first broadcast October 26, 1985)
8. Eleroo's Wishday (first broadcast November 2, 1985)
9. Ghostrustlers (first
broadcast November 9, 1985)
10. A Pest of a Pet (first broadcast November
11. The Main Course (first broadcast November 23, 1985)
Class Dismissed (first broadcast November 30, 1985)
13. What's Up, Stox?
(first broadcast December 7, 1985)
Wuzzles series was filmed in 1.33:1 ratio Color with Mono English audio track.
series was never sold on video or DVD and is extremely hard to come by. The overall
quality is good (8 out of 10), but not commercial quality.
DVDs are region free and work internationally. The DVDs will be supplied in loose
format with protective paper/plastic sleeves.