Performed by: Sonja Ball, Shari Chaskin and Maxie Vaughann, "The Old Clock Tower" / "Mingle Takes A Dive", "The King of the Castle" / "Hang-Gliding With Roobear", "The Mysterious Moa Bird" / "Love That Baby Moa! "コアラボーイコッキィ/Adventures of the Little Koala Japanese Promo", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Adventures_of_the_Little_Koala&oldid=982694301, Japanese children's animated adventure television series, Japanese children's animated comedy television series, Japanese children's animated fantasy television series, Anime and manga featuring anthropomorphic characters, Television series by Cookie Jar Entertainment, TV1 (Australian TV channel) original programming, Articles containing Japanese-language text, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Pamie and Mingle were the most frequent recipients of their teasing.
He always wears a, A girl who loves to eat (although she temporarily turned.
It aired originally in Japan on TV Tokyo from October 4, 1984, through March 28, 1985, and then aired in the United States on Nickelodeon (later moved into the Nick Jr. block upon its launch at the start of 1988) dubbed in English from June 1, 1987, until April 2, 1993. Adventures of the Little Koala (known in Japan as Koala Boy Kockey (コアラボーイコッキィ, Koara Bōi Kokki)) is an anime television series produced by Tohokushinsha Film Corporation.
Production of the English and French versions of the series was done by the Canadian studio Cinar Films.
She had a close relationship with Roo-bear and his friends, acting as a surrogate teacher of sorts, and encouraged them when they decided to start their own children's newspaper.
 The storyline revolved around Roobear Koala (voiced in English by former child actor Steven Bednarski, now an award-winning medievalist and historian at the University of Waterloo) and his friends and their utopian village in a fictional version of New South Wales, Australia, known in the Japanese version as Yukari Village, within the shadow of a real rock formation known as the Breadknife. Topcraft provided animation assistance for Hayao Miyazaki's 1984 feature film Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind; in fact, some of the animators who worked on Little Koala also worked on Nausicaa. / "Allowance Problems", "A Whale of a Ride" / "Laura Finds An Egg", "A Broken Umbrella" / "Save The Butterflies", "Eucalyptus Rocket" / "Penguins Don't Fly", This page was last edited on 9 October 2020, at 19:00.
The series takes place in Australia, with the village being located in the shadow of The Breadknife. Some notable animators who worked on this series included Katsuhisa Yamada and Hidekazu Ohara. Roobear's younger sister. 30 Pages. Wikis. While he is generally more level-headed than his sister and also has a bit of a sarcastic streak, he often goes along with Pamie's antics even though he knows better. Although she is sometimes a bit of a brat, she is generally kind-hearted and is also a strong-willed girl. 1932), “Children pay little attention to their parents teachings, but reproduce their characters faithfully.”—Mason Cooley (b.
Explore Wikis; Community Central; Start a Wiki; Search Sign In Don't have an account? 1927). The series has a total of 26 episodes, each of them contained two 11-minute segments. It also aired in Greece, Italy, France, the United Kingdom, in the Arabic-speaking world and other countries, but its biggest success by far was in the United States on Nickelodeon. Pamie's twin brother. She appears in the episode "The Moon Goddess". Games Movies TV Video.
He also has a beard and mustache.
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/ "Circus Day", "Roobear the Babysitter" / "Papa Makes a Pie", "The Amazing Boomerang" / "The Runaway Hat", "Conquering Mt. Breadknife", "Save the Eucalyptus", and "Mommy Can Fly".
He also wore a bobble hat in addition to his scarf. He and his brothers love nothing more than stirring up trouble in the village. As his name suggests, he is the mayor of the village. His biggest vice is a tendency to overeat, leading his family to try to put him on a diet and exercise program (despite his protests) in the episode "Papa on Stilts".
The Ringleader of the Kangaroo Brothers, a self-described expert boomerang thrower. Floppy is a science enthusiast and budding inventor who also has a strong competitive streak when it comes to sports and other contests.
A friend of Papa koala and Roobear, Laura, Floppy, Mimi, Nick, and Pamie's school teacher, scientist, and botanist.
Category:Adventures of the Little Koala Characters | The Parody Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia In 1989, Family Home Entertainment released four English-dubbed episodes on a VHS cassette entitled The Adventures of the Little Koala and Friends: Laura and the Mystery Egg, with the episodes "Laura Finds an Egg", "Conquering Mt. Roobear and Laura's mother. The Japanese animation studio Topcraft, best known for providing animation duties on many of Rankin-Bass' American animated TV specials as well as the feature film The Last Unicorn, worked on The Adventures of the Little Koala. She is a devoted homemaker, wife and mother, and an excellent cook, but she has other talents as well: ten years prior to the events in the series, she won the village's airplane race, and proceeded to win a second time in the episode "Mommy Can Fly" (despite not being an official entrant in the race and only taking the cockpit in order to rescue other contestants who were stranded following a crash).