The Concert (1992) - Zook & Alison Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • Buzzco Associates, Inc.
  • Distributed by: Square One Television, Children’s Television Workshop
  • Cartoon Characters: Zook, Alison, Mom, Uncle Wilt.
  • Voice Actors: Paul Christie, Therese James, Jim Thurman, Gwen Coleman, Ron Marshall, Francis Ruivivar.
  • Directed By Candy Kugel, Vincent Cafarelli, Joel Schneider.
  • Produced By Marilyn Kraemer, David D. Connell, James F. Thurman, Yvonne Hill-Ogunkoya.
  • Animated By Vincent Cafarelli.
  • Music: John Rodby, Alan Goodman.
  • First Aired about 1992.
  • Originally Aired on PBS PBS (USA).
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Zook and Alison have to track down Uncle Wilt, who's come to Earth to buy a quart of milk. They have to get to a rock concert in Boston, Massachusetts from Bozman, Montana using algebra and...  (more)

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