Piggsburg Pigs!

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Piggsburg Pigs!
Genre Comedy
Voices of Tara Strong
Harvey Atkin
Robert Bockstael
Robert Cait
Len Carlson
Don Francks
Catherine Gallant
Rex Hagon
Dan Hennessey
Stephen Ouimette
David Huband
Elizabeth Hanna
Keith Knight
Gordon Masten
Jonathan Potts
Susan Roman
Ron Rubin
Norman Spencer
Greg Spottiswood
Allen Stewart Coates
John Stocker
Peter Wildman
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 13
Production company(s) The Fred Silverman Company Ruby-Spears Productions Fox Children's Productions
Original channel Fox Kids
Original run September 15, 1990 – January 26, 1991

Piggsburg Pigs! is a Fox Kids animated comedy series from Ruby-Spears Productions, which aired in 1990.

On July 23, 2001, Piggsburg Pigs! and other properties of Saban Entertainment were sold to The Walt Disney Company.[1]


Located behind the world's largest pig farm, the city of Piggsburg is a swine-only habitat. Here, the Bacon Brothers: Bo, Portley, and Pighead fight the evil plans of the Wolf brothers Huff and Puff, as well as the supernatural forces from the Forbidden Zone. Other pig buddies include Prissy, Dotty, Piggy, Pokey, and the snobby Rembrandt Proudpork. When not fighting off evil plots, the boys unwind at nearby Newpork Beach. Needless to say, Piggsburg Pigs! is a comedy, and pig puns and often the humor of choice.


  • Bo
  • Portley
  • Pighead
  • Quackers
  • Prissy
  • Dotty
  • Piggy
  • Pokey
  • Rembrandt Proudpork
  • Huff
  • Puff

List of episodes[edit]

Ep# Title Airdate
1 Mummies from Outer Space September 15, 1990
2 Mystery of the Swamp Mansion September 22, 1990
3 Curse of the Ancient Skull September 29, 1990
4 Pighead's Brain October 13, 1990
5 Pigs on the Lam! October 20, 1990
6 Vampire Dogs from Mars October 27, 1990
7 Creatures November 10, 1990
8 Carnival of Evil November 17, 1990
9 Case of the Troublesome Monster December 1, 1990
10 Day of the Creeping Fog December 8, 1990
11 Nightmare Wish December 15, 1990
12 Raid on the Forbidden Zone January 19, 1991
13 A Beast for Rembrandt January 26, 1991


International Broadcast[edit]


  1. ^ Saban (July 23, 2001). "News Corp. and Haim Saban Reach Agreement to Sell Fox Family Worldwide to Disney for $5.3 Billion". Retrieved 1 May 2011. As part of the transaction, Disney will acquire the Fox Family Channel, a fully distributed cable channel reaching 81 million U.S. homes; Saban Entertainment Inc., a production, distribution and merchandising company with one of the world's largest libraries of children's programs at over 6,500 half hours 

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