The Little Lulu Show
|The Little Lulu Show|
|Created by||Marjorie Henderson Buell (characters)|
|Directed by||Louis Piché
|Voices of||Tracey Ullman
Jacob D. Tierney
|Theme music composer||Buddy Kaye, Sidney Lippman, and Fred Wise (original)|
|Opening theme||"Little Lulu"|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||52 (156 segments)|
|Executive producer(s)||Micheline Charest
Nancy Steingard (Season 1)
Ronald A. Weinberg (Season 2–3)
|Producer(s)||Ronald A. Weinberg (Season 1)
Cassandra Schafhausen (Season 2–3; supervising producer, Season 1)
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Production company(s)||CINAR Animation
Western Publishing Company, Inc.
CTV Television Network Ltd.
|Original channel||HBO Family|
|Original run||November 11, 1995 – February 21, 1999|
The Little Lulu Show is an animated television series, based on the Marjorie Henderson Buell comic book character Little Lulu. The show was produced by CINAR Animation after Buell's death in 1993, and aired on HBO Family in the United States and on, CTV, and the Family Channel in Canada from 1995 to 1999. In Canada, reruns are currently being shown on both the English and French versions of Teletoon Retro. The series centered on the life and adventures of Lulu Moppet and Tubby Thompkins. Between stories (that are called "LuluToon"), they showed stand-up comedy that Lulu hosted and a series of mini musical episodes which are called "Lulu-Bite".
|Title||Original air date|
|1||1||"Green Girl/Rainy Day/Beautiful Lulu"||November 11, 1995|
|*Green Girl - Lulu stains her skin with green ink, which rouses a lot attention over her presumed illness.
|2||2||"Alvin's Record Player/Lulu's Television Debut/Crybaby"||December 17, 1995|
|*Alvin's Record Player - Mr. Moppet persuades Lulu to put a stop Alvin's annoying music on his record player. Nothing can persuade Alvin to stop.
|3||3||"Snowball War/Jr. Detective Tubby/Picnic Pirates"||December 18, 1995|
|*Snowball War - The girls wage a snowball war against the boys. After much battling, the boys are defeated.
|4||4||"Gilbert the Gorilla/Snow Business/The Case of the Egg in the Shoe"||December 19, 1995|
|*Gilbert the Gorilla - Lulu visits the zoo wearing a strong aroma which makes Gilbert the Gorilla attracted to her.
|5||5||"Business Girl/The Pet Duck/Lulu's Umbrella Service"||December 25, 1995|
|*Business Girl - The boys start up a plot to ruin Lulu and Annie's lemonade stand, but their plans backfire.
|6||6||"Friends and Enemies/The Beauty Contest/Rich Little Poor Boy"||December 26, 1995|
|*Friends and Enemies - Two surprises await Lulu when she invites her enemies to her birthday party and her friends don't come.
|Title||Written by||Storyboarded by||Original air date|
|7||1||"Boy Cannon Ball/Noses Off/Hairy Day"||Boy Cannon Ball: Patrick Granleese
Noses Off: Stephen Ashton
Hairy Day: Joseph Mallozzi
|Boy Cannon Ball: Sarò
Noses Off: Jamie Whitney
Hairy Day: Sarò
|May 3, 1996|
|*Boy Cannon Ball - Lulu is very skeptical about Tubby's cannon firing stunt. Lulu exposes the elements of the boys' trick.
|8||2||"The Popcorn Thief/The Little Tornado/She Flies Through the Air"||The Popcorn Thief: Thomas LaPierre and Joseph Mallozzi
The Little Tornado: Rowby Goren
She Flies Through the Air: Brian Cameron Fuld
|The Popcorn Thief: Robert Browning
The Little Tornado: Sarò
She Flies Through the Air: Robert Browning
|May 4, 1996|
|*The Popcorn Thief - Tubby is hired for detective work at Annie's home cinema, enduring a girly night. It turns out he's in league with the popcorn snatchers Iggy and Willy.
|9||3||"Tiny Tot's Syrup/The Night Before Christmas/The Piggy Bank Guard"||Tiny Tot's Syrup: Brian Cameron Fuld
The Night Before Christmas: Thomas LaPierre
The Piggy Bank Guard: Joseph Mallozzi
|Tiny Tot's Syrup: Sarò
The Night Before Christmas: Robert Browning
The Piggy Bank Guard: Sarò
|May 10, 1996|
|*Tiny Tot's Syrup - Tired of Tiny Tot's Syrup and its bad taste, Lulu goes to the factory to lodge a complaint, which eventually makes the desired change to the taste.
|10||4||"Space Kids/The Case of the Disappearing Drum/From Hero to Zero"||Space Kids: Joseph Mallozzi
The Case of the Disappearing Drum: Ken Ross
From Hero to Zero: Joseph Mallozzi
|Space Kids & The Case of the Disappearing Drum
From Hero to Zero: Sarò
|May 11, 1996|
|*Space Kids - Tubby's gang trick Annie and Lulu that their make-belief rocket ship and the trip to Mars is real and the two girls respond with their own trick.
|11||5||"The Old Master/Swat Shot Pops/Detective Story"||The Old Master: Rowby Goren
Swat Shot Pops: Patrick Granleese
Detective Story: Stephen Ashton
|The Old Master: Sarò
Swat Shot Pops: Robert Browning
Detective Story: Jean-Charles Finck
|May 17, 1996|
|*The Old Master - A painter sells one of his paintings to an art museum but it is switched with a painting that Lulu drew.
|12||6||"The Case of the Missing Wig/Froglegs/A Wrong Move"||The Case of the Missing Wig: Ken Ross
Froglegs: Thomas LaPierre
A Wrong Move: Rick Jones
|The Case of the Missing Wig: Jean-Charles Finck
A Wrong Move: Gerry Capelle
|May 18, 1996|
|*The Case of the Missing Wig - Someone stole Annie's wig for her doll and Lulu asks Tubby for help.
|13||7||"Special Delivery/Little Sew and Sews/Tubby's Doll"||Special Delivery: Shaun Lyng
Little Sew and Sews: Thomas LaPierre
Tubby's Doll: Anne-Marie Perrotta
|Special Delivery: Robert Browning
Little Sew and Sews: Jean-Charles Finck
Tubby's Doll: Gerry Capelle
|May 24, 1996|
|*Special Delivery - Lulu wonders where babies come from.
|14||8||"Tuxedo Tango/The Football Star/Spook Delivery"||Tuxedo Tango: Thomas LaPierre
The Football Star: Christel Kleitsch
Spook Delivery: Stephen Ashton
|Tuxedo Tango: Gerry Capelle
The Football Star & Spook Delivery
|May 25, 1996|
|*Tuxedo Tango - Lulu is asked by her father to pick up a tuxedo for him but she accidentally picks up officer McNabb's uniform.
|15||9||"The Dance/Locked Out/The Kissing Game"||The Dance: Barry Julien
Locked Out: Thomas LaPierre
The Kissing Game: Joseph Mallozzi
|The Dance: Gerry Capelle
Locked Out: Robert Browning
The Kissing Game: Sarò
|May 31, 1996|
|*The Dance - Gloria invited Tubby's Gang to the dance and Lulu and her friends stop her with Monkeys.
|16||10||"The Fuzzythingus Poopi/Leaves for Everyone/A Moving Experience"||The Fuzzythingus Poopi: Dennise Fordham
Leaves for Everyone Rowby Goren
A Moving Experience: Brian Cameron Fuld
|The Fuzzythingus Poopi: Gerry Capelle
Leaves for Everyone: Dave Brown
A Moving Experience: Sarò
|June 1, 1996|
|*The Fuzzythingus Poopi - Lulu tries to find a gift for her mother's birthday.
|17||11||"Oh Christmas Tree/Santa's Snowman/The Snoopers"||Oh Christmas Tree: Don Arioli
Santa's Snowman: Stephen Ashton and Thomas LaPierre
The Snoopers: Christel Kleitsch
|Oh Christmas Tree: Jerry Capelle
Santa's Snowman: Sarò
The Snoopers: Robert Browning
|June 2, 1996|
|*Oh Christmas Tree - Lulu and her father go to the forest to cut a tree for Christmas, which doesn't come free like they thought.
|18||12||"The Big Jewel Robbery/Pot Luck/The Spook Tree"||The Big Jewel Robbery: Anne-Marie Perrotta and Tean Schultz
Pot Luck: Joseph Mallozzi
The Spook Tree: Thomas LaPierre
|The Big Jewel Robbery: Gerry Capelle
Pot Luck: Dave Brown
The Spook Tree: Gerry Capelle
|June 7, 1996|
|*The Big Jewel Robbery - A thief steals a bunch of jewels and after hiding them, believes that Lulu and Annie stole them.
|19||13||"Valentine's Day/Gertie Greenbean/Stop Fiddling Around"||Valentine's Day: Caroline Maria
Gertie Greenbean: Rowby Goren
Stop Fiddling Around: David Hamburg and Mitchell Goldsmith
|Valentine's Day & Gertie Greenbean
Stop Fiddling Around: Gerry Capelle
|June 8, 1996|
|*Valentine's Day - Gloria is getting the boys to give her a valentine, while Lulu has none until the boys notice this.
|20||14||"Lucky Lulu/Pieces of Eight/Jumping Beans"||Lucky Lulu: Shaun Lyng
Pieces of Eight: Thomas LaPierre
Jumping Beans: Joseph Mallozzi
|Lucky Lulu: Sarò
Pieces of Eight: Gerry Capelle
Jumping Beans: Dave Brown
|June 14, 1996|
|*Lucky Lulu - Lulu and Annie find a giant turkey named "Alice" and try to protect her from Tubby's gang and Lulu's dad.
|21||15||"Alvinsitting/Two Lulus/The Hat"||Alvinsitting: Elyse Friedman
Two Lulus: Christel Kleitsch
The Hat: Anne-Marie Perrotta and Tean Schultz
|Alvinsitting: Gerry Capelle
Two Lulus & The Hat
|June 15, 1996|
|*Alvinsitting - Lulu is asked by her mother to babysit Alvin.
|22||16||"Prisoner Exchange/The Balloon Derby/Dummy Skeleton"||Prisoner Exchange: Joseph Mallozzi
The Balloon Derby: Ken Ross
Dummy Skeleton: David Hamburg and Mitchell Goldsmith
|Prisoner Exchange: Gerry Capelle
The Balloon Derby: Dave Brown
Dummy Skeleton: Paul Schibli
|June 21, 1996|
|*Prisoner Exchange - Marty the Midget, a criminal who looks like Tubby, escapes from prison and switches places with Tubby.
|23||17||"The Bear Trap/Shirley the Shadow/A Dog's Life Saver"||The Bear Trap: Gerald Sanford
Shirley the Shadow: Thomas LaPierre
A Dog's Life Saver: Dennise Fordham
|The Bear Trap: Dave Brown
Shirley the Shadow: Sarò
A Dog's Life Saver: Gerry Capelle
|June 22, 1996|
|*The Bear Trap - Lulu, Tubby, and Wilbur foil a pair of thieves trying to steal his father's money.
|24||18||"The Bogeyman/Tattoos/Mimibur"||The Bogeyman: Joseph Mallozzi
Tattoos: Rowby Goren
Mimibur: Barbara Bryan
|The Bogeyman: Sarò
Tattoos: Richard Vanatte
Mimibur: Dave Brown
|June 27, 1996|
|*The Bogeyman - Lulu tells Alvin a story about how she met the Bogeyman.
|25||19||"Lancelot Jr./Lucky Lady/Five Little Babies"||Lancelot Jr.: Stephen Ashton
Lucky Lady: Rick Jones
Five Little Babies: Thomas LaPierre
|Lancelot Jr.: Gerry Capelle
Lucky Lady: Dave Brown
Five Little Babies: Gerry Capelle
|June 28, 1996|
|*Lancelot Jr. - When Wilbur decides to wear Sir Lancelot Jr.'s suit of armor for fun, Lulu and Tubby want to join in on it.
|26||20||"Potato Kids/The Ventriloquist/Bunny Fun"||Potato Kids: Thor Bishopric and Todd Swift
The Ventriloquist: Lucie Lortie and Peter Landecker
Bunny Fun: Paul Mullie
|Potato Kids: Dave Brown
The Ventriloquist: Gerry Capelle
Bunny Fun: Daniel DeCelles
|July 4, 1996|
|*Potato Kids - Lulu unleashes a potato frenzy when she finds one that resembles Tubby.
|Title||Written by||Original air date|
|27||1||"The Fright Racket/The Lucky Gold Piece/Very Little Lulu"||Paul Mullie||November 30, 1998|
|*The Fright Racket - Lulu must enter a haunted house for initation if she wishes to join the boy's club.
|28||2||"The Big Egg/The Little Girl Who Never Heard of Ghosts/The Case of the Missing Perfume"||The Big Egg: Joseph Mallozzi
The Little Girl Who Never Heard of Ghosts: Thomas LaPierre
The Case of the Missing Perfume: Christel Kleitsch
|December 1, 1998|
|*The Big Egg - Tubby charges kids who want to see an egg shaped rock.
|29||3||"Wild Boy/The Whistle Blower/Elephant Ride"||Wild Boy & The Whistle Blower
Elephant Ride: Christel Kleitsch
|December 7, 1998|
|*Wild Boy - Lulu and Annie set up an apple juice stand. Tubby gets an idea of dressing up as a wild boy and scaring the girls, but things go too far when the police and grown ups get involved, thinking the wild boy to be real.
|30||4||"The Beast in the Clubhouse/Gone Fishin'/Out, Out, Darned Spot"||The Beast in the Clubhouse: Christel Kleitsch
Gone Fishin' & Out, Out, Darned Spot
|December 8, 1998|
|*The Beast in the Clubhouse - The clubhouse is infested by a bird, who keeps on attacking the boys to keep them away from her nest.
|31||5||"The Curse of the Thingamajig/House Guest Blues/The Monster Hunt"||The Curse of the Thingamajig: Joseph Mallozzi
House Guest Blues: Thomas LaPierre
The Monster Hunt: Paul Mullie
|December 14, 1998|
|*The Curse of the Thingamajig - The story of the so called cursed thingamajig.
|32||6||"Blackout/Mind Your Manners/To Tell the Tooth"||Blackout: Stephen Ashton
Mind Your Manners: Anne-Marie Perrotta and Tean Schultz
To Tell the Tooth: Joan Scott
|December 15, 1998|
|*Blackout - A snowstorm causes a blackout across the city.
|33||7||"Spaced Out/Switched at Birth/The Great Outdoors"||Spaced Out: Kim Segal
Switched at Birth: Thomas LaPierre
The Great Outdoors: Elyse Friedman
|December 21, 1998|
|*Spaced Out - In a planetarium, Lulu and her friends go a space voyage, which turns out to be a space simulation experience.
|34||8||"Bowlfinger/Great Tubbini/Shiny, Sheeny, Bouncy-Cleany"||Bowlfinger: David Hamburg and Mitchell Goldsmith
Great Tubbini & Shiny, Sheeny, Bouncy-Cleany
|December 22, 1998|
|*Bowlfinger - Lulu and Annie bet Tubby and Iggy in a bowling game. Tubby gets his fingers stuck in a bowling ball.
|35||9||"Polly Patrol/Money Problems/The Tubby 2000"||Polly Patrol: Caroline Maria
Money Problems: Shaun Lyng
The Tubby 2000: Kristine Van Dusen
|December 27, 1998|
|*Polly Patrol - Mrs. Feeny asks Lulu to take care of her pet parrot but it runs away.
|36||10||"No Pain, No Gain/On the Job/Tragic Magic"||No Pain, No Gain: Anne-Marie Perrotta and Tean Schultz
On the Job: Stephen Ashton
Tragic Magic: Gerald Lewis
|December 28, 1998|
|*No Pain, No Gain - During a game of hockey, Tubby pretends to injure his leg and has Lulu do some favours for him.
|37||11||"First-Aid Brigade/Matinee Madness/It's a Dog's Life"||First-Aid Brigade: Joseph Mallozzi
Matinee Madness: Brian Cameron Fuld
It's a Dog's Life: Caroline Maria
|January 4, 1999|
|*First-Aid Brigade - Lulu and Annie along with the other members of the squirrel scouts try to earn their first-aid patch.
|38||12||"Lulu Stays Put/Shoeless Lulu/Star Search"||Lulu Stays Put: Bruce Robb
Shoeless Lulu: Michael F. Hamill
Star Search: Ian James Corlett
|January 5, 1999|
|*Lulu Stays Put - Lulu overhears her mother and thinks she is going to sell her house. Lulu tries to stop her by scaring away the potential buyers.
|39||13||"The Untold Story/Amok in the Mall/The World Record"||The Untold Story: Kim Segal
Amok in the Mall: Rick Jones and John Handforth
The World Record: Ian James Corlett
|January 11, 1999|
|*The Untold Story - Alvin gets a story telling session by Tubby.
|40||14||"Breakout/The Great Golf Club Chase!/Jumpin' Jellybeans"||Breakout: Thomas LaPierre
The Great Golf Club Chase!: Joseph Mallozzi
Jumpin' Jellybeans: Alister McAlister and Stewart Silver
|January 12, 1999|
|*Breakout - Marty the Midget escapes from prison again.
|41||15||"Iggy and the Ice Cream Factory/Game Show Gaffe/Art Frenzy"||Iggy and the Ice Cream Factory: Jacques Bouchard
Game Show Gaffe: Joseph Mallozzi
|January 17, 1999|
|*Iggy and the Ice Cream Factory - Iggy's idea gets selected as a new flavor by an ice cream company.
|42||16||"Order in the Court/Maybe Use Sugar/Road Trip"||Order in the Court: Stephen Ashton
Maybe Use Sugar: Thomas LaPierre
|January 18, 1999|
|*Order in the Court - Lulu's class holds a trial in order to find who broke Iggy's ulkuele.
|43||17||"Bicycle Built for Too Many/Tax Time Trouble/Mayor for a Day"||Bicycle Built for Too Many: Shaun Lyng
Tax Time Trouble: Natalie Dumoulin
Major for a Day: Anne-Marie Perrotta and Tean Schultz
|January 24, 1999|
|*Bicycle Built for Too Many - Someone stole Tubby's bicycle and he believes that Butch of The West Side Boys stole it after seeing him use a similar bike.
|44||18||"Hooky Holiday/Red Tape Run-Around/Country Clubby Tubby"||Hooky Holiday: Gerard Lewis
Red Tape Run-Around: Michael F. Hamill
Country Clubby Tubby: Paul Mullie
|January 25, 1999|
|*Hooky Holiday - Lulu and Tubby decide to skip school.
|45||19||"Dancin' Fools/Hop Hazard/Stage Fright"||Dancin' Fools: Paul Mullie
Hop Hazard: Natalie Dumoulin
Stage Fright: Stephen Ashton
|January 31, 1999|
|*Dancin' Fools - The school holds a dance contest.
|46||20||"The Unnatural/The People's Choice/SuperLulu"||The Unnatural: Anne-Marie Perrotta and Tean Schultz
The People's Choice: Barbara Bryan and Paul Mullie
SuperLulu: Lianne Sawatsky and Delana Devine
|February 1, 1999|
|*The Unnatural - A new kid joins the school soccer team.
|47||21||"Tubby Kicks the Habit/How the West Was Lost/Infomercial"||Tubby Kicks the Habit: Jason Bogdaneris and Sarah Musgrave
How the West Was Lost: Natalie Dumoulin
Infomercial: Kim Segal
|February 2, 1999|
|*Tubby Kicks the Habit - Tubby makes a bet with Lulu that he can go a week without tv.
|48||22||"Bulldozer Blues/Telethon of Fallen Stars/What's Fair is Fare"||Bulldozer Blues: Sarah Musgrave and Jason Bogdaneris
Telethon of Fallen Stars: Paul Mullie
What's Fair is Fare: Natalie Dumoulin
|February 7, 1999|
|*Bulldozer Blues - Construction workers plan to destroy Tubby's clubhouse and build a building over it.
|49||23||"Malpractice Makes Perfect/Involuntary Volunteers/Mobile Masterpiece"||Malpractice Makes Perfect: Gerard Lewis
Involuntary Volunteers: Kim Segal
Mobile Masterpiece: Kristine Van Dusen
|February 8, 1999|
|*Malpractice Makes Perfect - Tubby gets a splinter and believing it's infected, goes to the hospital.
|50||24||"Castaway Kids/Wrestling Away/Never Too Late"||Castaway Kids: Stephen Ashton
Wrestling Away: Michael F. Hamill
Never Too Late: Natalie Dumoulin
|February 14, 1999|
|*Castaway Kids - Lulu and Tubby along with Annie and Iggy head to a island for a picnic but they get stranded on it.
|51||25||"Tubby on Ice/Dr. X's Xtremely Xcellent X-Ray Specs/Iggie's New Leaf"||Tubby on Ice: Paul Mullie
Dr. X's Xtremely Xcellent X-Ray Specs: Jacques Bouchard
Iggie's New Leaf: Sarah Musgrave and Jason Bogdaneris
|February 15, 1999|
|*Tubby on Ice - When sledding down dead man's rock, Tubby becomes buried in snow and wakes up in the future.
|52||26||"You Do the Math/The Great Escape/The Little Lola Show"||You Do the Math: Paul Mullie
The Great Escape: Kim Segal and Daryl Brown
The Little Lola Show: Paul Mullie
|February 21, 1999|
|*You Do the Math - Lulu gains a mysterious calculation power enabling her to go through math quizzes successfully.
|Title||Storyboarded by||Original air date|
|S01||"Childcare 101/TV Trouble"||TBA||November 11, 1995|
|S02||"Lulu's Yoyo/Apple Surprise"||TBA||December 17, 1995|
|S03||"For the Birds/Tunnel Vision"||TBA||December 18, 1995|
|S04||"Helpful Hands/Old Dog–New Trick"||TBA||December 19, 1995|
|S05||"The Cat's Meow/Soap Disaster"||TBA||December 25, 1995|
|S06||"Yes Means... Ahhhhhh!/Take the Bus"||TBA||December 26, 1995|
|S07||"Slurp/Ping Pong Pow"||Jean LaJeunesse||May 3, 1996|
|S08||"Sucker!/Zzzzz–Yeow!"||Jean LaJeunesse||May 4, 1996|
|S09||"Flip Flop/The New Do"||Jean LaJeunesse||May 10, 1996|
|S10||"Oh Me, Oh Meow!/Baby–Line"||Jean LaJeunesse||May 11, 1996|
|S11||"Seeds Away/Water Girl"||Jean LaJeunesse||May 17, 1996|
|S12||"Up a Tree/Picture Perfect"||Jean LaJeunesse||May 18, 1996|
|S13||"Leaves Please/Lulu in the Box"||Jean LaJeunesse||May 24, 1996|
|S14||"Witching Hour/Hide & Seek"||Jean LaJeunesse||May 25, 1996|
|S15||"Banana-Ade/Bucks in Books"||Jean LaJeunesse||May 31, 1996|
|S16||"Bubble Gum Fun/Swing City"||Jean LaJeunesse||June 1, 1996|
|S17||"The Bigger the Stocking.../Santa-Mat"||Jean LaJeunesse||June 2, 1996|
|S18||"Sweepy Time/Sick as a Dog"||Jean LaJeunesse||June 7, 1996|
|S19||"Take a Seat/Standing on Only One Leg"||Eric Bergeron||June 8, 1996|
|S20||"Beddy-Bye/Windbags"||Eric Bergeron||June 14, 1996|
|S21||"Cat in My Hat/Baseball Blues"||Eric Bergeron||June 15, 1996|
|S22||"Walk this Way/Seeing Stars"||Eric Bergeron||June 21, 1996|
|S23||"Bird?, Plane?, or Underwear?/Hat Rack"||Eric Bergeron||June 22, 1996|
|S24||"Skip it/Train-ing Manual"||Eric Bergeron||June 27, 1996|
|S25||"Shovel Full of Trouble/Digging In"||Eric Bergeron||June 28, 1996|
|S26||"Something Fishy/The Rendez-vous"||Eric Bergeron||July 4, 1996|
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