Talk:Muzzy in Gondoland
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"As of 2012, it is now available in the following languages: English ASL"--this seems a little redundant. Is it in American Sign Language, English Sign Language, or something else? 220.127.116.11 (talk) 22:19, 9 August 2015 (UTC)
Just curious... It was revealed in some old clips of Muzzy from the BBC who the English cast was. However, I am still curious to know who plays who in the foreign languages (e.g. Spanish Version, French Version, German Version, etc.) I'd appreciate it if anyone could let me know! --Okapi7
Relationship to BBC
I removed the statement about Early Advantage being a subsidiary of the BBC, there seems no evidence to support this. It is obvious that the BBC must be credited under the terms of the licensing, but it seems that Early Advantage use the BBC connection as a way of enhancing the credibility of the product. juux ☠ 08:20, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
The article refers to the King and the Queen in the cast as King Nigel and Queen Erza. However, in the film they're simply referred to "the King" and "the Queen", their actual name is never mentioned. The fruit vendor and the judge (referred to in the article as Joey and Gilbert) aren't named either. From what source were these pieces of information taken? Also, the characters' species are never mentioned; except for the King, who is obviously a lion, you can't really tell if they are antropomorphic dogs, mice or something else; Muzzy himself reminds me more of a bear than a gorilla, though he's actually an alien. - Don golgi (talk) 11:23, 23 November 2008 (UTC)
In at least the Spanish verison, there is a extra bit of dialouge between the King and Bob just after Corvax is taken away. Any further information on this would be appreicted.MarineMania1 (talk) 09:45, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
Inappropriate commercial promotion?
Seems to me the primary purpose of this article is to promote a commercial business. Is this suitable for Wikipedia?
- to me this is a well-known topic. i am 28 and just did a web search for "language learning cartoon" hoping to find something that would help teach my 6 year old. the second result was Talk:Muzzy, and i knew the name right away as i have seen it advertized on television since i was a kid. i followed the link to read more about it as i have only ever seen the commercials. there is nothing wrong with a commercial product having an article, as long as it can stay in Neutral Point of View. Quickmythril (talk) 15:40, 4 April 2012 (UTC)
Merge with Muzzy Comes Back
i noticed that the talk page for Muzzy is all about the show, but the actual article is a disambiguation page that leads to the two separate film pages. seems like it would make more sense to Merge the two films and move the discussion to the resulting article, maybe Muzzy (films)? Quickmythril (talk) 15:36, 4 April 2012 (UTC)