Smurfs 17 Seasons 1985

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Season 9
(1) IMDb 7.4/10

7. Things That Go Smurf in the Night/Alarming Smurfs TV-NR CC

Things That Go Smurf In The Night: Snappy loses his teddy bear and can't get to sleep despite Papa's assurance that teddy bears have magic powers. Alarming Smurfs: When the Smurflings run away, the other Smurfs think that thieves struck the Village.

22 minutes
Original air date:
January 1, 1985

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Season 9

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Kids & Family
Director Bob Hathcock, Don Lusk, Carl Urbano, Rudy Zamora, Alan Zaslove, Ray Patterson
Season year 1985
Network Warner Bros.
Producers Gerard Baldwin, Joseph Barbera, William Hanna, Bob Hathcock, Iwao Takamoto
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery Mingo on November 28, 2012
Big Nose leaves Bigmouth because he's not romantic (or appreciative). The Smurfs teach him manners and feelings to try to win her back.

I have a love-hate relationship with Bigmouth. He can sometimes wear on you, but he's a nice, memorable character for children. The way he can't conjugate verbs and speaks in simple language is funny, in small quantities. Back in the 1980s, I didn't know Bigmouth was an ogre; I thought he was a giant.

In this episode, you meet a third ogre: Bigteeth. A lot of Smurfs episodes are derivitive. I just assume there's a production called "Educating _________" that the cartoon is just imitating. This has elements of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" in it, a show that aired decades later.

Bigmouth calls Sassette "Little Smurfette." This reminds me of how decades later, Homer Simpson would call an island girl "Lisa, Jr." Remember, the Smurfs have far more male characters than female ones, so they can't have as many romantic episodes. I think some viewers will really feel touched watching a male ogre and a female ogre hold hands in the sunset.
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