The adventures of Koko The Clown, out of an ink bottle, with his sidekick Kokonut, his girlfriend Kokette and his foe Mean Moe. At the beginning of each episode, Koko interacts with the ...
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The adventures of Koko The Clown, out of an ink bottle, with his sidekick Kokonut, his girlfriend Kokette and his foe Mean Moe. At the beginning of each episode, Koko interacts with the drawer. However, with Mean Moe's everlasting pranks, Koko always find a way to outcome these and win, either with the help of Kokonut...or vice versa !Written by
Koko the Clown, the protagonist of Out of the Inkwell, had been a secondary character in the movie shorts of the 30s starring Betty Boop. The singing voice of Koko back then was provided by Cab Galloway. See more »
I remember my local TV station passing those clips in French at one time (was dubbed in France, and featured if I'm not mistaking, a great voice dubber: Roger Carel for a couple of characters) and though the animation was rather of "TV standards" (we were living in an "Hanna Barbera" influenced era...), the plots were very funny, especially when Mean Moe was trying to do pranks on poor Koko . However, there was Kokonut who was Koko's sidekick and mostly helped him to overcome Moe's pranks or "vice versa" as he always said. There was also the pretty Kokette, who was Koko's girlfriend, and happened sometimes to be in trouble due to Moe's schemes, but she gets saved by Koko and Kokonut.
If anybody finds those episodes, put them on DVD, it was real pure simple fun...
In french, the tune ended by "Long Live Koko the Clown..." And Mean Moe too... And Kokonut... And Kokette... OR VICE VERSA !
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