Schneider is the only human in Gravedale High, all the other students of which are vampires, werewolves, Egyptian mummies, Frankensteins and other friendly monsters. The students engage in ... See full summary »
Single dad Count Dracula moves to modern-day Britain from Transylvania with his two children, Vlad and Ingrid. To his father's horror, Vlad - the show's eponymous hero - wants not to bite, ... See full summary »
In the 1800's, a mysterious comet hits the U.S. southwest, transforming the local cattle and animals into their own version of the old west called Moo Mesa, complete with several lawmen dealing with bizarre outlaws.
A great series, with little remembrance or recognition
I remember this show airing on FOX-TV when I was in the 3rd grade. I only remember six episodes being shown. It was in early September and they showed it everyday after school, and then the following Saturday morning. It involved a vampire who was around eight, his vampire family, his best friend (who was a werewolf) and an evil villain with two evil employees. It was a show that most kids could relate to, as it had Little Dracula starting school, having a Christmas celebration (which was nearly ruined by the evil villain, who was made of Garlic), a Hawaiian vacation, his first job at a fast food place (which the villain owned, and sold evil garlic burgers out of -- just so he could poison the the vampire family) and a couple more. It was a memorable show with excellent artwork and voice talents (including Jon Winters!).
About three months after I last saw it, there were toys at Target stores (a Target exclusive, maybe?) I bought the one with Little Drac and his magic top-hat. Anyway, it was a fantastic show with lots of imagination and originality. I don't understand the politics behind it not becoming a huge show. It was easily as good as the rest of the Fox children's fare of the season. It's just a shame that it never found it's market and took off.
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