Rudy and GoGo – A Funtime Movie For Kids and Adults
If you like marionettes and funtime movies, you will love the 1990 TNT animated film Rudy and GoGo. It stars marionette hosts Rowdy and Gogo, and is one of the few movies that features marionettes. It is guaranteed to have you singing along by the end. Whether you’re a kid or an adult, you’ll enjoy this classic.
Rudy and Gogo’s funtime movie parade
Rudy and Gogo’s funtime film parade is a beloved family cartoon series. The show is based on the characters from the comic strip The Red Balloon. The series was cancelled after a few seasons but continues to air as a special on TNT. The show’s success helped inspire similar animated series, including Merrie Melodies and the Tom and Jerry cartoons.
The show’s popularity has continued to grow as it has been adapted into different formats. For example, it has aired on TNT as part of cult classic movie marathons. In addition to the original series, TNT has used Rudy and Gogo to host specials. These episodes include “Rudy and Gogo’s Funtime Movie Parade,” “Taterhole,” “The Blob”, “Thunderbirds Are Go,” and “Rudy and Gogo’s Thanksgiving Leftover Special.” The show has also been adapted into short films, including “Rudy and Gogo’s Silvester Flaming Cheese Ball.”
The film has won several awards, including a Peabody Award for Best Cartoon. It also won the Academy Award for Best Animated Film. It’s also the first animated film to feature a marionette character. Both Rudy and Gogo are voiced by the same actor, Rudy R. Moore. In addition to being the voice of the cartoon characters, Rudy R. Moore also performed as the marionette Howdy Doody, the voice of the Warner Bros. cartoon character based on Popeye Sailor.
The animated Rudy and GoGo World Famous Cartoon Show was a programming block on TNT in the mid-to-late 1990s. The show featured puppets from the Turner Entertainment library, including Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes, Merrie Melodies, Tom and Jerry, and Fleischer/Famous’ Popeye the Sailor.
Rudy and Gogo’s funtime film parade
The Rudy and Gogo’s funtime cartoon parade has been a favorite of family cartoons for years. The show features characters from the comic strip The Red Balloon. The show’s popularity led to other popular cartoon shows, such as Merrie Melodies and Tom and Jerry.
The show’s heyday was in the mid-1990s, when it was a block of programming on TNT. The show featured cartoons from the Turner Entertainment library, including Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, MGM cartoons, and Fleischer/Sikat cartoons. It also included short host segments.
The show has aired several specials and movies. Various incarnations have been featured, including “Rudy y Gogo” and “Taterhole.” Several episodes were dedicated to cult classics, and TNT has even used the show for cult classic film marathons.
The film was produced by TNT in 1990 and stars marionettes Rudy R. Moore as Rudy and Gogo. The film also features an afro-american marionette named Rowdy. In fact, the movie is one of the few films with marionettes. You’ll be singing along by the end of the film!
The song “Gogo Para Presidente” was originally recorded by the Minneapolis-based rock band John Updykes Lick Pussy for a 7-inch vinyl b-side in 1997. The band also released a music video for the song in 1997. The video was shot at First Avenue Nightclub in Minneapolis. It was later featured on Michael C. Newell’s DVD entitled “Rudy and Gogo’s Funtime Film Parade.”