Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (unaired/unreleased pilot of animated series; early 1990s)


Aaahh! Real Monsters (Pilot)
One of the only known screenshots.
One of the only known screenshots.
Status Lost

Aaahh!!! Real Monsters was an animated series that aired on Nickelodeon from October 1994 until December 1997.

Sometime before the show premiered, the show's production company, Klasky-Csupo, made a pitch pilot for the series. Not much is known from the pilot aside that The Gromble's name was The Womble, and was eventually changed due to confusion with another series called The Wombles that was airing around the time of the show's debut.

The pilot followed the same storyline as the show's first aired episode The Switching Hour, but it is unknown how many changes were made between the final version of that episode and the unaired pilot. It is also unknown if it was a short, 11-minute episode (like most of the aired episodes of the show), or was like The Switching Hour and was in 2 parts to fill out the 22-minute running time.

No footage is available, and all that exists are at least three low-quality screenshots. It can be assumed that the episode was made in lesser quality than the aired episodes.

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Chalk5oda2oy

12 months ago
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Just contacted Klasky Csupo. Hopefully I'll get something out of them.
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Reynard

5 months ago
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How is it so far?
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Tvtime25

6 months ago
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I may of saw something like that before.
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Anonymous user #1

6 months ago
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holy shit

i think it was aired in Lithuania's tv3 channel like 5-6years ago
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Anonymous user #3

5 months ago
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holy shinizzle
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Anonymous user #2

5 months ago
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i saw that on netflix!
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Anonymous user #4

5 months ago
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No u didn't Nickelback odeon dooosnt have episodes on NefTilx n e more!!!! Not since like 4evr!! Def not dis pilet!!!!

Lick n sud. Scribe
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Anon

4 months ago
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The show itself was on Netflix (I don't think it's there anymore) but the pilot wasn't
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LostAlien55

10 days ago
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Oh my goddd! Why are there 8 yr olds on this site? This grammar is cringe worthy
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Anonymous user #5

2 months ago
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I've actually watched this before, My grandpa put this on when I was at his house as a little kid sometime in like 2008... This is lost so I have no idea how I even watched this but I seriously remember watching this, It's kinda weirding me out!
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TheYoshiState

28 days ago
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How in the world did he end up with a copy of the pilot? If he never had it, then it was the final version of the episode that you saw.
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Anonymous user #6

2 months ago
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I contacted Arlene Klasky. She said she may have a copy.
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Anonymous user #7

28 days ago
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Wikipedia Said It Was Based On The Second Episode Monsters Get Real. And I Quote "This episode is a remake of the series' pilot with added footage and better animation."
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Anonymous user #8

28 days ago
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Probably Is Since I Watched The Switching Hour For Fun And I Did Not See A Bathroom Scene
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