|Created by||Antoni D'ocon|
|Written by||Josep Viciana|
|Country of origin||Spain|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||56|
|Running time||25 mins|
|Production company(s)||D'Ocon Films Production|
|Original run||1 November 1988 – 1989|
The Fruitties is an animated television series produced in Spain by D'Ocon Film Productions in 1987. It was originally aired on Spanish television TVE. Originally 91 episodes were created, each 10 minutes long, but the series was often repackaged as 56 25-minute episodes. The series was dubbed into many languages and in 1991 an English-language version of the show made its debut on British television.
The show featured the adventures of anthropomorphic talking fruit in and around a forest island.
- It was broadcast on RTÉ2 1989.
- Cartoon Network during 1994–2002 known as The Fruitties.
- The series was known as Les Fruittis.
- Known as Los Fruittis.
- It was broadcast in Bulgaria, known as "Плодчетата".
- It was broadcast in Serbia on "Kanal D". Known as "Voćkice".
- It was broadcast in Slovakia known as Ovocníčkovia.
- It was broadcast in Brazil known as Frutas e companhia.
- It was broadcast in Italy known as Tutti Frutti.
- It was broadcast in Poland known as Owocowe ludki.
- It was broadcast in Egypt known as الفواكه in Arabic.
- It was broadcast in Andorra known as Els Fruittis.
- It was broadcast in South Korea known as "과일동산".
- It was broadcast in Romania known as "Fructișoarele".
- It was broadcast in Hungary known as "Gyumolcsfalva lakoi".
- It was released in Greece known as "Τα Φρουτάκια".
The show is fondly remembered for its musical songs at both the opening and closing credits.
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