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    | {{#ev:vimeo|https://vimeo.com/125891796|320x240|center|A full episode of the show posted by Jonathan Moser on Vimeo.}}
 
    | {{#ev:youtube|http://www.youtube.com/watch/v=n7I-zOK5kz0|320x240|center|Chip and Pepper bumpers for the show “Space Cat.”}}
 
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Revision as of 03:39, 23 July 2017

Chip & Pepper's Cartoon's Madness.jpg

Opening title card.

Status: Partially Found


Chip and Pepper’s Cartoon Madness is an NBC television series starring Canadian brothers Chip and Pepper Foster, and produced by DiC Entertainment.[1] It included a collection of comedy skits, celebrity interviews, and vintage cartoon screenings.

The series had a brief running period on Saturday mornings from 1991 to 1992 before NBC cancelled the show. An episode has been posted on Vimeo by the show’s senior editor, Jonathan Moser,[2] but the other episodes have not yet resurfaced online. Another video of bumpers featuring Chip and Pepper from a show that also aired on Saturday mornings (“Space Cat”) has surfaced as well.[3]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

A full episode of the show "Space Cat" posted by Jonathan Moser on Vimeo.
Chip and Pepper bumpers for the show “Space Cat.”

References[edit | edit source]

  1. RetroJunk article about the show. Retrieved 8 Aug ’16.
  2. Full episode posted by Jonathan Moser. Retrieved 9 Aug ’16.
  3. Chip and Pepper bumpers. Retrieved 9 Aug ’16.