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Critical reception for the Nickelodeon animated series was largely negative.

The show made many adult viewers uncomfortable because it often showed the child singers dressing and dancing in imitation of the provocative styles of the original adult performers.

Six animated episodes of this series were produced, all bearing the date 1954, making it one of the first ever efforts at a made-for-television cartoon (which would not become commonplace until the late 1950s); the characters were originally from a local TV puppet show on Chicago's WENR-TV (now WLS-TV) that began airing in 1950.

It is exceedingly rare, but has gained some fame for appearing on Jerry Beck's "Worst Cartoons Ever." On the DVD, he states that he has not found any evidence that it was aired on TV.

An American animated television series that revolved around a family of white lions, the patriarch of which stars in a Siegfried & Roy show in Las Vegas.

The series was promoted heavily during NBC's coverage of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece and garnered above average ratings for the network, but the show received a negative response from TV critics, who considered it to be little more than a gimmick and a shill for other NBC and Dream Works properties (two early episodes extensively featured The Today Shows Matt Lauer and another featured Donkey – voiced by Eddie Murphy – from the Dream Works movies Shrek and Shrek 2). Literally, one's blond and one's dark, and every aspect of their life is as black and white as that.

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