Previous Episode | Next Episode

Romancing The Clone Cartoon Picture
Romancing The Clone

Romancing The Clone

Romancing The Clone (1992) Season 1 Episode 7- Marsupilami Cartoon Episode Guide Romancing The Clone

BCDB Rating: "Romancing The Clone" has not yet received enough votes to be rated.
Add Your Vote Now! 2.2552
Post your Comments or Review
This page has been viewed 6 times this month, and 590 times total.

  • Marsupilami Cartoon Episode GuideEpisode GuideTelevisionSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Walt Disney Television Animation
  • Distributed by: Buena Vista Television
  • Cartoon Characters: Marsupilami, Maurice, Norman.
  • Voice Actors: Steve Mackall, Jim Cummings.
  • Directed By Ed Wexler.
  • Produced By Larry Latham.
  • First Aired on October 31, 1992.
  • Originally Aired on CBS Television CBS-TV (USA).
  • Running Time: 8 minutes.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Norman dresses up as a female Marsupilami to deceive a tourist that's trying to take a picture of a Marsupilami. But Mars falls in love with Norman.

Cartoon Production Information:


Based on a popular Belgian comic strip Spirou, Marsupilami revolved around a "wacky jungle critter" named Marsupilami. "Mars," who was fond of exclaiming "Houba!," was a spotted cheetah with a...  (more)

Cartoon Video:


Sorry, we do not have a video of Romancing The Clone. If you have one, or know of one on Youtube, Vimeo or any other site, Let Us Know

Submit Additional Information:


Do you have anything to add to this page? Have we made any mistakes... or do you ahve any additional information about Romancing The Clone? If so, we would love to hear from you. Please send us a quick note with your additions or corrections to this page, and we will make the corrections as soon as possible!

Report Errors / Submit Additional Information

Cartoon Comments:


Do you love Romancing The Clone, or do you think it is the worst cartoon ever? Let us know what you think! Surely you have an opinion... so share what you think. Take a minute and post your own comments about this cartoon here.

Mobile:


Yes! We have a mobile site. Click here for the Mobile Version of Romancing The Clone