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Synopsis for the TV Cartoon The Groovenians (The Universals)

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The Groovenians

The Groovenians

Alternate Title: The Universals

The Groovenians (The Universals) (2002) - S4 Studios Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • S4 Studios Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Suavo, Glindy, Nixon, Dad, King Normans, Lalasha, Mom, Zazzy, Cuckoo Bird, Swirly, Yalda, Funbus Captain, Jet, The Bubble, Champagne Courvoisier.
  • Originally Released in 2002.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 22 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

From the mind of pop-surrealist Kenny Scharf comes the story of two misfits from a bland planet who make their escape to the bohemian utopia of Groovenia. Free-spirited artists are on a personal crusade to find artistic nirvana and pursue the cause of love, fun and art. Jet and Glindy feel trapped on their boring planet. Their parents want them to settle down and lead "normal" lives with kids and a finely manicured lawn. But Jet and Glindy want more. They hear about an exotic planet called Groovenia, which is filled with wild inhabitants from all over the universe creating art and having fun. Jet and Glindy escape to this utopia, but once they get there, our young heroes find that the place to be is not for free.

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