Anthony Ant

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Anthony Ant
Starring Alan Marriott
April Ford
Adrienne Posta
Dan Russell
Bob Saker
Melanie Hudson
Country of origin United States
Canada
United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13 (episodes)
26 (segments)
Production
Running time 11 minutes (segments)
22 minutes (episodes)
Production company(s) Funbag Animation Studios
Hit Entertainment
Distributor HiT Entertainment
Release
Original network HBO Family
YTV
Original release 1 February – 11 April 1999
External links
Production
website
[[1] www.hitentertainment.com/tvportfolio/brand.aspx?brandid=16+Website%5D]

Anthony Ant is an United States/Canada/United Kingdom animated TV series based on a book of the same name by Graham Philpot & Lorna Philpot. It takes place in "Antville," an underground city.[1][2]

Characters[edit]

  • Anthony Ant
  • Count Mosquito

Episodes[edit]

  • A Knight to Remember (1 February 1999)
  • The Magic Marble (1 February 1999)
  • Anything You Can Do (2 February 1999)
  • Rustlemania (2 February 1999)
  • Dance with Termites (7 February 1999)
  • Kid for a Day (7 February 1999)
  • It's My Party (8 February 1999)
  • The Ant Who would be King (8 February 1999)
  • The Big Flood (14 February 1999)
  • The Circus (14 February 1999)
  • Jurassic Greenhouse aka Greenhouse Blues (21 February 1999)
  • Lost and Found (21 February 1999)
  • Race Against Time (28 February 1999)
  • The Picnic (28 February 1999)
  • 100 Easy Pieces (7 March 1999)
  • Raiders of the Lost World (7 March 1999)
  • The Sceptre of Antebellum (14 March 1999)
  • Weevil Fever (14 March 1999)
  • The Great Race (21 March 1999)
  • The Rescue Party (21 March 1999)
  • Air Ant (28 March 1999)
  • Antastic Voyage (28 March 1999)
  • Antastic Adventure (4 April 1999)
  • Walk Like an Egyptian (4 April 1999)
  • Quest for Suger (11 April 1999)
  • The Treasure is Mine (11 April 1999)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stanley, Alessandra. "Anthony Ant". The New York Times. Retrieved 3 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Anthony Ant". TV.com. Retrieved 3 March 2010. 

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