Proposed CGI pilot for a revival of Courage the Cowardly Dog (1999) show. Courage unearths a cursed amulet which unleashes the furious spirit of a dead man who wants it back in order to be reunited with his lost love once again.
In this pilot for Courage the Cowardly Dog (1999), Courage, the cowardly dog of an oblivious elderly couple that lives on a remote farm, must defend them from a malicious space chicken bent on conquest and its mutagenic eggs.
The offbeat adventures of Courage, a cowardly dog who must overcome his own fears to heroically defend his unknowing farmer owners from all kinds of dangers, paranormal events and menaces that appear around their land.
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In this animated horror comedy, a cowardly dog named Courage must rescue his lovely owner, Muriel from a vengeful supernatural Fog. Eustace, Muriel's greedy husband, refuses to return the gold necklace belonging to the Fog's long lost love.Written by
I loved Courage growing up, it was basically the less cheesy Scooby Doo. Cartoon Network Did some revival Movies in the late 2000's like Ed, Edd'N Eddy: the big Picture show, PowerPuff Girls Rule and PowerPuff Girls Dance pants and Johnny Bravo In Bollywood, all of which were pretty good. This ones much shorter though But still retains the old feel and even in the CGI it really does replicate the look of the original (keep in mind Cartoon network has only really done all 2d animation before say a good amount in gumball, some auto-mobiles and the PPG Dance pants). The story really does feel like it could have been an episode from the original, a little shorter because it's 3 minutes shorter than the average episode but it still doesn't feel rushed. They monster even gets a little sentimental moment in there too which courage often did for some of the creatures that showed up. Over all I say this is something that should air a decent amount of times every Halloween from now on. It's a shame they never really fixed that cliff hanger the final episode had where his parents are stuck on the moon but hopefully soon they can properly conclude that if they decide to take another shot with courage.
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