Yoko! Jakamoko! Toto!

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Yoko! Jakamoko! Toto!
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Yoko Jakamoko Toto
Genre Children's TV Series
Created by Tony Collingwood
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 56
Production
Running time 5 minutes per episode [approx.]
Release
Original network CITV, CBeebies
Original release 22 November 2002 – 3 April 2003

Yoko! Jakamoko! Toto! is an animated children's television series, produced by Collingwood O'Hare and HIT Entertainment, which aired from 2003 to 2005 on CITV. It is about a bird of Paradise, an armadillo, and a monkey who communicate only by using each other's names. An animated short film from the series made its American debut in 2003 as part of the New York International Children's Film Festival.

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56 5-minute episodes were produced. Every episode title starts with "The," much like the episodes of The Amazing World of Gumball and Wander Over Yonder.


1. The Special Thing 2. The Scary Monster 3. The Water-Hole 4. The Patient 5. The Whale 6. The Night 7. The Shell 8. The Very Sticky Thing 9. The Fly 10. The Egg 11. The Blip 12. The Visit 13. The Naughty Noise 14. The New Best Friend 15. The Girlfriend 16. The Cave 17. The Other Side 18. The Longest Day 19. The Lesson 20. The Song 21. The Meal 22. The Windy Day 23. The Hiccups 24. The Copycat 25. The New King 26. The Other Monkey 27. The Nightmare 28. The Oyster 29. The Smell 30. The Babysitters 31. The Seeds 32. The Traveller 33. The Hole 34. The Rival 35. The Island 36. The Voice 37. The Beetle 38. The Coconut 39. The Puzzle 40. The Late Night 41. The Sand 42. The Leaf 43. The Dreamers 44. The Migration 45. The Tallest 46. The Snow 47. The Log 48. The Contest 49. The Meerkats 50. The Mango 51. The Bad Word 52. The In-Crowd 53. The Butterfly 54. The Dance 55. The Chicken 56. The Show


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