Above: A picture of Eliza, Tommy & Angelica, fron an ad for Nick in the November 1999 issue of Nickelodeon Magazine. Expect to see them together again real soon in the 3rd Rugrats film.

(©1999 Viacom.)

Rugrats & Other Klasky-Csupo Programs

Left: Arlene Klasky & Gabor Csupo, from an article in the Los Angeles Times, 8/16/1998. Photo by Vince Gonzales; © 1998 Los Angeles Times. Special thanks to Matt Hawthorne.

(This is a list of Klasky-Csupo's TV programs, gathered according to my current knowledge of what they did. Please let me know if you have anything to add, correct, or clarify.)

Above: The Rugrats gang travels about with the Sesame Street, er, Real Monsters monsters, both creations of Klasky-Csupo.

(From Nickelodeon's ad in the 5/15/1997 issue of Variety, ©1997 by Viacom.)

(Banner © 2000 Twentieth Century - Fox Film Corporation.)

The Tracey Ullman Show (FOX, 1987-1990, "The Simpsons" shorts)

The Simpsons (FOX, 12/??/1989-, animation producers (1989-1992))

Rugrats (Nickelodeon, 8/11/1991-, creators (with Paul Germain), executive producers for K-C)

Duckman (USA Network, 1994-1997, executive producers with Jeff Reno and Ron Osborn)(seen on Comedy Central -- January 2000 to late 2001)

Aaahh! Real Monsters (Nickelodeon, 1994-1997, creators (Gabor Csupo only, with Peter Gaffney), executive producers for K-C)

Santo Bugito (CBS, 1995-1996, creator (Arlene Klasky only), executive producers)

Mad TV (FOX, 1995-, produced animated segments based on "Mad Magazine" characters (1995-1997))

"Edith Ann" specials (ABC, 1993-94, executive producers, based on Lily Tomlin's character)

Nacho and Dog (Taco Bell commercials, ???-1997)

What A Cartoon Show (Cartoon Network, ???-, selected shorts, in association with Hanna-Barbera)

Haunted House (CD-Rom from Instinct, 1996, characters, producers)

The Wild Thornberrys (Nickelodeon, 9/1/1998-)

Stressed Eric (BBC, 1997; NBC, 8/12/1998-8/26/1998; produced in Britain in association with Absolutely Productions and the BBC)

The Wacky Adventures Of Ronald McDonald (Direct-to-video series for McDonald's, October 1998-2001)

What's Inside Heidi's Head? (Nick & Noggin, February 1999-; live-action shorts, produced in association with Atomeka Productions (Nancye Ferguson & Mark Mothersbaugh))

Rocket Power (Nick, 8/16/1999-)

As Told By Ginger (Nick, 10/25/2000-)

The Immigrants (TNN, slated to debut early 2003)

Left: Ad from Klasky-Csupo saluting Nickelodeon on its 20th birthday; from the 6/15/1999 issue of The Hollywood Reporter. This ad features characters from all 4 of K-C's Nicktoons -- Rugrats, Real Monsters, The Wild Thornberrys and Rocket Power. For a larger image, click here.

(©1999 Klasky-Csupo, Inc. Nicktoon characters ©Viacom.)

Variety Salutes K-C's 20th Anniversary

In the 9/30/2002 issue of the national edition of Variety magazine, there was a special salute to Klasky-Csupo, as they celebrate 20 years of fine animation. As with other salutes that are often published in Variety, this issue featured historical retrospectives, future plans, and of course, congratulatory ads placed by various friends in the industry.

For a look at these ads, click here.

(Left: Cover of the 9/30/2002 issue of national Variety, featuring the Thornberry-esque picture of the studio's founders, Arlene Klasky and Gabor Csupo. © 2002 Variety & Klasky-Csupo.)

For information regarding the following programs, click below:
The Wild Thornberrys Stressed Eric The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald Rocket Power Santo Bugito

For more information on these and other K-C's projects, visit their web site.

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