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Food For Thought (1987) Episode 58- The Chipmunks Cartoon Episode Guide Food For Thought

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  • The Chipmunks Cartoon Episode GuideEpisode GuideTelevisionSeriesCartoon
  • DiC Entertainment
  • Distributed by: Warner Bros. Television, Bagdasarian Productions.
  • Cartoon Characters: Alvin, Simon, Theodore, David Seville, Brittany, Jeanette, Eleanor, Mrs. Miller.
  • Voice Actors: Ross Bagdasarian, Jr., Janice Karman, Dodie Goodman.
  • Produced By Ross Bagdasarian Jr.
  • First Aired on October 20, 1987.
  • Originally Aired on NBC Television NBC-TV (USA).
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Ross Bagdasarian created an unlikely smash when he changed his name to David Seville, multitracked his own voice, and recorded the novelty single "The Chipmunk Song." That led to 1961's The Alvin...  (more)

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