The Crayon Box
|The Crayon Box|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||26|
|Running time||15 minutes (paired with a 15-minute Bananas in Pajamas)|
|Production company(s)||Chiodo Bros. Productions
Random House Studio
|Original release||September 13, 1997– June 13, 1998|
The Crayon Box is an American children's TV series that was aired in syndication from 1997 to 1998, based on a poem by Shane DeRolf. The show followed Bananas in Pajamas as part of a 30-minute double-show, with each show being 15 minutes. The show's tagline was "A Good Show Helping to Build Great Kids". There were many characters beside the crayon characters, that were both live-action puppets, and cartoon.
- The Crayons - a box of multi-coloured crayons, who introduce each episode's story then moralise at the end.
- Bubby - a brown bear, sensible and level-headed.
- Dotty - a young cat with dots, Dotty is clever and excitable but prone to selfishness.
- Lump - a purple dog, quite slow-witted but friendly and eager to please.
- Jack - a cheeky Jack in the Box.
- Piggy Banks - a piggy bank, very pink and sweet.
- The Baby - a bonnet-clad baby who is wise beyond her years.
- The Sheriff - a Wild-West Sheriff, authoritarian and clumsy, often losing his hat.
- Hugo - the Sheriff's horse, an intelligent hobby horse with an English accent who is quick to help the Sheriff whenever he gets in a muddle.
- The Cutout Sisters - Paperchain dolls who always sing to communicate.
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