Pok & Mok

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Pok & Mok
Genre Comedy
Developed by Gaumont Animation
Vivement Lundi!
Country of origin France
Original language(s) French
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 78
Production
Running time 7 minutes
Release
Original network Canal+
Original release November 12, 2009 – March 21, 2014

Pok & Mok is a French animated series produced by Gaumont Animation and Vivement Lundi.[1]

Broadcast[edit]

It presently airs in Canada on UnisTV.

Characters[edit]

  • Pok – One of Mok's best friends, is an eight-year-old, short-haired gibbon.
  • Mok – A regular eight-year-old kid, one of Pok's best friends. He aspires to become the President of the World, Fireman Gangster and "The Most Famous Toilet Trout lFisherman in the House".
  • Camila – A nine-year-old girl and friend to both Mok and Pok. Camila has orange hair. In one episode she tries to kiss Mok.
  • Piggles – a talking, green-cheek conure.
  • Penelope – Mok's mother, a carefree, optimistic daydreamer.
  • Ernest – Mok's father, civil servant of the Ministry of Paperwork. Relaxed on the surface, he is secretly ridden with anxiety. He is an extremely organized and clean person.
  • Grandfather − Mok's grandfather is 60 years old and still working on his farm with his wife. He breeds animals and grows fruits and vegetables with lots of pesticides. He loves his work and practices intensive farming. He complains and rebels against everything. He has little appreciation for his son-in-law, who is also a farmer and offers occasionally rude commentary. He called Ernesto a "city boy".
  • Grandmother − Mok's grandmother is also 60 years old. She is happy to have everyone in the house, especially his daughter and her family. Although she has animals on the farm, none of them are real pets, so she is very happy to be home. She considers him to be his own "kitten". She is very dedicated and friendly. She speaks her mind without thinking about the consequences.

Episode list[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Zahed, Ramin (27 September 2011). "Alphanim to Wreak Havoc with 'Pok & Mok'". Animation Magazine. Retrieved 21 January 2015. 

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