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Template:Pp Template:More citations needed Template:Use dmy dates Template:Infobox television 64 Zoo Lane is an American children's animated cartoon television series created by An Vrombaut. The series was produced by Millimages and Zoo Lane Productions in association with The Itsy Bitsy Entertainment, ZDF and ZDF Enterprises.[1] The series first premiered on December 1, 1999 and final ended on December 26, 2000. There is one English version, one English is the American version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd.. The American voice actors in the American version of the American program are awesome and good to be anywhere online. Like the Original version of the American English for an American audience. The American series is used in the American version using an American voice actors in the United States for the first and the second seasons. It aired on Fox Family (During It's Itsy Bitsy Time), Noggin and Universal Kids.

Synopsis[modifica]

The American series follows a 7 year old human girl named Lucy who lives next door to the Zoo at 64 Zoo Lane. Each night, she is told a story by the animals. The characters include Georgina the Giraffe, Boris the Bear, Giggles and Tickles the Monkeys, Molly the Hippopotamus and Nelson the Elephant. The American program emphasizes friendship and responsibility. At the story's end, friendly morals are discussed, when the bedtime is declared. Georgina the Giraffe deposits Lucy on the bed at the bedroom window (later of the episodes show Lucy yawning and then sleeping soundly on the bed; in the original episodes she would be lulled to sleep by the storytelling itself). The American program was shown on Fox Family (During It's Itsy Bitsy Time), Noggin and Universal Kids for learning: exploring the language and vocabulary are enhanced by the use of intonation and expression in the character's voices and the themes of the animals's stories support social and emotional issues, including friendships and helping and caring for the others.[2] The creator of the American TV series, An Vrombaut, also wrote and illustrated 6 64 Zoo Lane picture books based on the stories from the American TV series.

Characters[modifica]

Main Characters[modifica]

  • Lucy the 7 Year Old Human Girl (Voiced by Ciara Janson (American with an American accent)) – A 7 year old human girl who speaks American with an American accent in the American English version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd.. [3]
  • Lucy's Mom (Voiced by Dian Perry (Unseen/Voice only)) - She has no real name and is never seen. She is only heard at the opening of the episode. But is sometimes mentioned. She also speaks American with an American accent in the American version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Georgina the Giraffe (Voiced by Megg Nicol) - A yellow giraffe with the blue dots. She also speaks American with an American accent in the American English version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Nelson the Elephant (Voiced by Keith Wickham (English with an English accent)) – A green elephant who speaks English with an English accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Molly the Hippopotamus (Voiced by Anna Bentinck (Episodes 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 35, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49 and 51 only) and Adrienne Posta (Episode 3 only)) - A blue hippopotamus who speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Giggles and Tickles the Monkeys (Voiced by Megg Nicol and Dian Perry) - 2 playful monkeys though their pranks can sometimes cause trouble. They also speak American with an American accents in the American English version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Boris the Bear (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod (Russian with a Russian accent)) - He speaks Russian with a Russian accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..

The African Characters[modifica]

  • Nathalie the Antelope (Voiced by Dian Perry) - An antelope who loves to dance and jump around. She also speaks American with an American accent in the American version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Audrey the Ostrich (Voiced by Dian Perry) - An agony ostrich who is very wise and often gives advises to the other animals. She also speaks American with an American accent in the American version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Reginald the Lion (Voiced by Keith Wickham (Royal British with a Royal British accent)) – A lion whose naps would often get disturbed. While not napping, he is often seen licking a bone. He speaks in a Royal British with a Royal British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • The Snip Snip Bird (Voiced by Bob Saker) – A green bird who lives at the top of the mountain. He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • King Snake (Voiced by Keith Wickham) - He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Victor the Crocodile (Voiced by Keith Wickham (English with an English accent)) - A grumpy crocodile who acts cruel but deep down he cares about the others. He also speaks English with an English accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Kevin the Crocodile (Voiced by Dan Russell (US Southern with the US Southern accent)) – A young green crocodile who is with Toby the Tortoise and Doris the Duck. He sounds like an actual male voice and speaks in the US Southern with the US Southern accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Doris the Duck (Voiced by Adrienne Posta) - A young duck who is with Kevin the Crocodile and Toby the Tortoise. She is very helpful but she can also be a bit bossy. She also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Toby the Tortoise (Voiced by Bob Saker (East Country with an East Country accent)) - A blue tortoise who is a bit self-conscious because of being slow. He speaks an East Country with an East Country accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Isabel the Flamingo (Voiced by Adrienne Posta (Italian with an Italian accent)) - She speaks Italian with an Italian accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Maribelle the Flamingo (Voiced by Anna Bentinck (Italian with an Italian accent)) - She also speaks Italian with an Italian accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Annabelle the Flamingo (Voiced by Adrienne Posta (Italian with an Italian accent)) - She also speaks Italian with an Italian accent too in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Herbert the Warthog (Voiced by Keith Wickham) – A warthog who has a fond of the watermelons. He is a great musician and loves bathing in the mud. He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Zed the Zebra (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod) - A zebra who runs very fast. He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Alan the Aardvark (Voiced by Keith Wickham) - An aardvark who is usually seen eating ants. He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Ronald the Rhinoceros (Voiced by Keith Wickham (Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent)) - A rhino who likes bashing boulders into the pieces. He speaks Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • The Tic Tic Bird (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod (speaking) and Dan Russell (singing) (Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent)) - An oxpecker bird who is Ronald's best friend. He also speaks Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • William the Weaver Bird (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod (speaking) and Dan Russell (humming and scatting and singing) (Scottish with a Scottish accent)) - A bird who is often seen building a nest. He also speaks Scottish with a Scottish accent too in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Pauline the Pelican (Voiced by Adrienne Posta (Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent)) - A pelican who is fond of the fish. She is a bit clumsy but also very nice and friendly. She also speaks Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Harry the Hyena (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod) - He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Edna the Hyena (Voiced by Adrienne Posta) - She also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Holly and Johnnie the Hyena Pups (Voiced by Anna Bentinck and Keith Wickham) - They also speak British with a British accents in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Seamus the Stork (Voiced by Keith Wickham (Irish with an Irish accent)) - A stork who flies very fast. He speaks Irish with an Irish accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Eddie the Little Hippopotamus Calf (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod) - A young and mischievous hippopotamus. He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Henrietta the Hairy Hippopotamus (Voiced by Anna Bentinck) – A hairy hippotamus who is one of Molly's relatives. She also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • "Cleopatra" Patsy the Porcupine (Voiced by Anna Bentinck (Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent)) - She also speaks Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Casper the Chameleon (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod) – A cheeky chameleon who likes to camouflage. Ignoring Granddad Chameleon's warning, he gets into trouble. He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Granddad Chameleon (Voiced by Keith Wickham) - He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Dennis the Dromedary (Voiced by Keith Wickham (Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent)) - A curious dromedary. He also speaks Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Gary the Little Dromedary Calf (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod) - An uncle of Dennis the Dromedary. He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Doctor Gordon Gorilla (Voiced by Bob Saker (English with an English accent)) – A gorilla is the Africa's physician and the uncle of Giggles and Tickles the Monkeys. He also speaks English with an English accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Esmeralda the Snake (Voiced by Adrienne Posta) - A snake who collects the shells and likes having everything clean. She also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Cousin Chuckles the Monkey (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod (Irish with an Irish accent)) - He also speaks Irish with an Irish accent too in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Rosie the Rhinoceros (Voiced by Anna Bentinck (Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent)) - She also speaks Yorkshire with a Yorkshire accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Petula the Parrot (Voiced by Adrienne Posta) - She also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..

The North American Characters[modifica]

  • Melanie the Moose (Voiced by Adrienne Posta (Brummie with a Brummie accent)) – A female moose with the antlers. She is clumsy, but kind. She speaks Brummie with a Brummie accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Beverly the Beaver (Voiced by Anna Bentinck (American with an American accent)) – A beaver that is often trying to perfect her dam. She also speaks American with an American accent too in the American version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Randolph the Raccoon (Voiced by Dan Russell (Southern Drawl with a Southern Drawl accent)) – A raccoon who grows a crop of the mushrooms. He speaks Southern Drawl with a Southern Drawl accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..

The South American Characters[modifica]

  • Adam the Armadillo (Voiced by Keith Wickham) – An armadillo who likes to be a ball. He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Jazz the Jaguar (Voiced by Dan Russell (Hispanic with a Hispanic accent)) - He speaks Hispanic with a Hispanic accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Leopoldo the Llama (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod (Cockney with a Cockney accent)) - He speaks Cockney with a Cockney accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Taco the Toucan (Voiced by Bob Saker (Hispanic with a Hispanic accent)) - He also speaks Hispanic with a Hispanic accent too in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Annie the Anaconda (Voiced by Anna Bentinck) - She also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Dudley the Sloth (Voiced by Bob Saker (East Country with an East Country accent)) - He also speaks an East Country with an East Country accent too in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Itchy Quatzel the Mysterious Mountain (Voiced by Bob Saker) - He also speaks British with a British accent too in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd. too.

The Australian Characters[modifica]

  • Joey the Little Kangaroo (Voiced by Keith Wickham (Australian with an Australian accent)) - A young kangaroo who had trouble in learning to jump but eventually learn to do so. He speaks Australian with an Australian accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Jimmy the Little Kangaroo (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod (Australian with an Australian accent)) - A young kangaroo who used to bully Joey the Little Kangaroo, but later they became kangaroo friends. He also speaks Australian with an Australian accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Janet and Elvis the Kangaroo Parents (Voiced by Adrienne Posta and Bob Saker (Australian with an Australian accents)) - They also speak Australian with an Australian accents in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Janice the Mother Kangaroo (Voiced by Adrienne Posta (Australian with an Australian accent)) - She also speaks Australian with an Australian accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Janice's Triplets the 3 Little Kangaroos (Voiced by Dan Russell, Keith Wickham and Lewis MacLeod (Australian with an Australian accents)) - They also speak Australian with an Australian accents in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Wally the Wombat (Voiced by Keith Wickham (English with an English accent)) - He also speaks English with an English accent too in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Mr. Platypus (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod (Australian with an Australian accent)) - He also speaks Australian with an Australian accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Julie the Mother Kangaroo (Voiced by Megg Nicol (Australian with an Australian accent)) - She also speaks Australian with an Australian accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Ribbit the Frog (Voiced by Lewis MacLeod (Scottish with a Scottish accent)) - He speaks Scottish with a Scottish accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Phoebe the Koala (Voiced by Anna Bentinck (Australian with an Australian accent)) - A young koala who is with the Australian kangaroo friends with Joey and Jimmy. She is very shy and self-conscious. She also speaks Australian with an Australian accent too in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..

The North Pole Characters[modifica]

  • Snowbert the Polar Bear (Voiced by Dan Russell) – A polar bear who is Boris's northern cousin. He used to live alone until he met Sidney the Seal. He likes making ice sculptures. He also speaks American with an American accent in the American version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Sidney the Seal (Voiced by Keith Wickham) - A seal who is the best animal friend of Snowbert the Polar Bear. He also speaks British with a British accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..

Mossy Bay Island Characters[modifica]

  • Jamie the Littlest Puffin (Voiced by Anna Bentinck (Irish with an Irish accent)) - He also speaks Irish with an Irish accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Thomas, Sharon and Lewis the Puffins (Voiced by Keith Wickham, Adrienne Posta and Lewis MacLeod (Irish with an Irish accents)) - They also speak Irish with an Irish accents in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..
  • Hercule Mustache the Walrus (Voiced by Bob Saker (French with a French accent)) - He speaks French with a French accent in the US version by Lobster Films for The Character Development and The Sound Company Ltd..

Episodes[modifica]

Season 1 (1999)[modifica]

  • 1. The Story of Nelson the Elephant (December 1, 1999)
  • 2. The Story of Kevin the Crocodile (December 2, 1999)
  • 3. The Story of Joey the Kangaroo (December 3, 1999)
  • 4. The Story of Snowbert the Polar Bear (December 4, 1999)
  • 5. The Story of Henrietta the Hairy Hippo (December 5, 1999)
  • 6. The Story of Giggles and Tickles (December 6, 1999)
  • 7. The Story of Zed the Zebra (December 7, 1999)
  • 8. The Story of Adam the Armadillo (December 8, 1999)
  • 9. The Story of Georgina the Giraffe (December 9, 1999)
  • 10. The Story of Herbert the Warthog (December 10, 1999)
  • 11. The Story of Pauline the Pelican (December 11, 1999)
  • 12. The Story of the Juicy Fruit Tree (December 12, 1999)
  • 13. The Story of the Elephant Bird (December 13, 1999)
  • 14. The Story of Toby the Tortoise (December 14, 1999)
  • 15. The Story of Audrey's Egg (December 15, 1999)
  • 16. The Story of Molly and Nathalie (December 16, 1999)
  • 17. The Story of the Jungle Clearing (December 17, 1999)
  • 18. The Story of Ronald and the Tic Tic Bird (December 18, 1999)
  • 19. The Story of Gary the Dromedary (December 19, 1999)
  • 20. The Story of Wally the Wombat (December 20, 1999)
  • 21. The Story of Melanie the Moose (December 21, 1999)
  • 22. The Story of Beverly the Beaver (December 22, 1999)
  • 23. The Story of Doris the Duck (December 23, 1999)
  • 24. The Story of Esmeralda the Snake (December 24, 1999)
  • 25. The Story of Eddie's Big Adventure (December 25, 1999)
  • 26. The Story of Herbert's Birthday Party (December 26, 1999)

Season 2 (2000)[modifica]

  • 27. The Story of Reginald's Big Sleep (December 1, 2000)
  • 28. The Story of the Dawn Chorus (December 2, 2000)
  • 29. The Story of Phoebe the Koala (December 3, 2000)
  • 30. The Story of Hercule Mustache (December 4, 2000)
  • 31. The Story of Kevin's Magic Trick (December 5, 2000)
  • 32. The Story of Isabel the Flamingo (December 6, 2000)
  • 33. The Story of Herbert and the Watermelon of Doom (December 7, 2000)
  • 34. The Story of Alan the Aardvark (December 8, 2000)
  • 35. The Story of the Important Visitor (December 9, 2000)
  • 36. The Story of the Puffins of Mossy Bay (December 10, 2000)
  • 37. The Story of Ronald and Rosie (December 11, 2000)
  • 38. The Story of Nathalie's Neighbors (December 12, 2000)
  • 39. The Story of Casper the Chameleon (December 13, 2000)
  • 40. The Story of Seamus the Stork (December 14, 2000)
  • 41. The Story of Gary's Best Friend (December 15, 2000)
  • 42. The Story of Georgina's Bumbleberry Soup (December 16, 2000)
  • 43. The Story of Petula the Parrot (December 17, 2000)
  • 44. The Story of Cousin Chuckles (December 18, 2000)
  • 45. The Story of Joey's Camping Trip (December 19, 2000)
  • 46. The Story of the Monster in the Forest (December 20, 2000)
  • 47. The Story of Boris the Bear (December 21, 2000)
  • 48. The Story of Melanie's Birthday Present (December 22, 2000)
  • 49. The Story of Victor the Crocodile (December 23, 2000)
  • 50. The Story of the Hyena's Holiday (December 24, 2000)
  • 51. The Story of Herbert's Peaceful Day (December 25, 2000)
  • 52. The Story of Annie the Anaconda (December 26, 2000)

Broadcast[modifica]

  • The American show aired on Fox Family (During It's Itsy Bitsy Time), Noggin and Universal Kids in the United States for the first and the second seasons in 1999 and 2000. Because of the copyright from The Itsy Bitsy Entertainment Company.

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