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Escapre from Madmun Island Parts III IV
When Madmun's man-made island starts going haywire, George is called to save the day!

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Escapre from Madmun Island Parts I II
George travels to Madmun Island, home of trazillionaire Edward Madmun and his robotic jungle.

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Second Banana/ One with Nature
Ape decides he's tired of being second banana, and George bites off more than one king can chew.

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Jungle Bells/ The Goat of Christmas Presents
It's jungle bells for all as George spreads holiday cheer, and decides to celebrate Christmas every day of the year!

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A Boy and His Elephant/ George's Security Stone
George joins Shep at "obedience school," and loses his security stone...along with his confidence.

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George's Birthday Present/ Witching Stick
Ursula throws George his first-ever birthday party, and George battles a guilty conscience.

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Trouble With Bananaquats Spolied King
George competes to meet his favorite superhero, and investigates a crime at Mount Georgemore.

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George Lays an Egg/ Ape Goes Ape
George takes on daddy duties, and Big Mitch drives Ape bananas.

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Extreme Lamebrains/ Still Got it
George surfs on the wild side, and Grouch Mouth challenges George's reign as king.

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Trouble with Bananaquats/ Spoiled King
Everyone works overtime to tame Ape's appetite, and Ursula's famous cousin has George looking starry-eyed.

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Selfish Shellfish/ Volcano Pageant
George gets some bad advice from a seashell, and a bored volcano threatens to lava-en things up!

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Rainy Season/ Love in the Air
George makes it rain to avoid doing chores, and helps Tookie-Tookie build a jungle love nest.

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Rebel Without a Claw/ Stripy Pony
A gang of biker bunnies turns the jungle upside down, and George owes Magnolia a horse...of course.

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George Skips Breakfast/Muscle Mania
George is just too busy for breakfast, and Magnolia becomes monstrously muscular.

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The VegeMaster/ Eagle Tick
The VegeMaster challenges George's title as king, and George learns how to fly.

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Brother George/Ape Mitzvah
George accidentally unleashes a horde of zombie critters, and catches a campfire fright.

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FrankenGeorge/Afraid of Nothing
George spreads himself thin, and discovers he's not actually an ape!

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The Vegemaster/Eagle Tick
George wishes on a star for more stars to wish on, and angry army ants invade the jungle!

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Star Power/L'il Orphan Anteater
George gets into trouble with Jungle Joel, and receives a makeover from a pair of peacocks.

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Don't Thank Me/For The Love of Sloth
For The Love Of Sloth: George, King of the jungle love by all animals? Except one!! When George finds out that Sloth doesn't dig him, he'll stop at nothing to make sure Sloth and him end up the best of buddies!

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Lucky Pants/Ape Ruth
A mysterious pair of underpants brings good luck, and George becomes the champion of his own game.

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The Snoring/George's Day Off
The Snoring: George is too scared to wake a grumpy ape, even though he's snoring like a hippo with two pigs up his nose at a log-sawing contest. Could Ape's problem be the incredibly rare but dreaded "Sinus Fly"?

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License to Swing/ My Own Private Hero
George makes some new "friends" in his safety class, and helps Big Mitch with a bigger problem.

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Conehead/Cousin Larry of the Jungle
George gets "the itch of a thousand scratches," and competitive cousin, Larry, comes for a visit.

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Aromageddon/Found Temple of Gold
It's time for George and Ape's annual bath, and George swaps his tree house for a temple of gold.

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Beetle Invasion/The Naked Ape Man
The Naked Ape Man: Whoops! George lost his loincloth! Now he has to swing from one end of the jungle to the other without getting caught, seen, or eaten!

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George of the Jungle is a classic animated television series that aired on Cartoon Network from 1967 to 1970. Produced by Jay Ward, who was also famously known for creating "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show", this animation was distinctive for its lighthearted and satirical humor which appealed to both children as well as adults. During its duration, George of the Jungle managed to charm its viewers, becoming a favorite on the network and exerting a powerful influence on future cartoons. The premise of the show centers around the protagonist, George, a Tarzan-like character who, instead of being the king of the jungle, is depicted more humorously as the clumsy but well-meaning 'fallback' guy. Voiced by Bill Scott, George's portrayal is delightfully entertaining, offset by his famous catchphrase, 'Watch out for that tree', often exclaimed moments before he comically crashes into one. He is always clothed in a red loin cloth and bears a striking figure with his muscular build. Despite his appearance, however, George isn't characterized by a great deal of sophistication. He's more of a bumbling, loveable goof who often generates more problems than solutions. Yet, George is truly a hero with a heart of gold, always on a quest to help others, which is endearing and achieves plenty of comedic effect. Accompanying George on his escapades is his clever and elegant wife, Ursula, and his loyal pet, an erudite talking gorilla named Ape. Voiced by June Foray, Ursula is a far cry from your typical damsel in distress. Blessed with plenty of street smart characteristics, Ursula often gets George out of utmost situations that his own hapless stunts have led him into. On the other side, we have Ape, voiced by Paul Frees, who in contrast to George's goofy nature, is defined by his intellectual and snobbish demeanor. Ape's character often emphasizes the comic contrast with his master, making him an unforgettable character. The humor in George of the Jungle can be defined as slapstick and satire, often filled with puns and tongue-in-cheek dialogue. In lieu of traditional narratives, the episodes often present ridiculous scenarios that result in chaos, only to be resolved by George in unusual ways. The animated series, in its unique style, was also a thread of short animated featurettes. Each episode of George of the Jungle included two shorts featuring George, along with one short from either "Super Chicken" or "Tom Slick, Racer." These segments were also filled with their own brand of irreverent humor, many of which parodied popular culture and typical cartoon motifs of the era. Super Chicken, voiced by the talented Bill Scott as well, was a superhero chicken who cleverly outwits his foes, while Tom Slick, voiced by Daws Butler, was a clean-cut race car driver in pursuit of trophies rather than justice. Both of these segments added more diversity and hilarity to the entire series. Visually, George of the Jungle was a testament to the creativity and originality that typified cartoons in the late 60s and 70s. The animation was often zany and exaggerated, with characters designed with a rubbery, flexible quality that added to the humor. The visuals were bright and colorful, with the jungle setting offering a rich palette of greens and browns that made the show more visually cheesy and appealing. The show also spawned a catchy title theme song composed by Stan Worth and Sheldon Allman; it became so iconic that the tune is often recognized, even by those who may not be familiar with the show. The song perfectly captures the playful and upbeat tone of the series and has since become synonymous with the character himself. In conclusion, George of the Jungle is a hilarious and charming animated series that brought hours of delight and laughter to the viewers. Its ability to combine absurd plots, satirical humor, memorable characters, and visually appealing animation into a comedy package sets it apart from other shows of the time. Although it only aired for a few seasons, its impact on the animation industry, and the enjoyment it brought to countless viewers, makes it an unforgettable classic that's worth revisiting even after all these years.

George of the Jungle is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 3 seasons with a total of 69 episodes, the show debuted on 2007. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 6.7.

Cartoon Network
June Foray, Daws Butler, Paul Frees, Bill Scott
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