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Secret Mountain Fort AwesomeEdit

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Secret Mountain Fort Awesome is an American animated television series created by Peter Browngardt (storyboard artist on Chowder) and produced atCartoon Network Studios for Cartoon Network. The show was developed from the idea of a portal unleashing monsters on the world, which was used in theCartoonstitute short "Uncle Grandpa", and was announced on April 21, 2010.[1] Cartoon Network at its Upfront announced the series would air July 18, 2011. However, the series premiere had been pushed back one week to September 26, 2011. The series is rated TV-PG. A sneak peek was shown on August 1, 2011. Starting November 4, 2011, new episodes air Fridays at 5:30/4:30 Central.[2] As of January 6, 2012, new episodes will begin airing at 4:30/3:30 Central. As of February 25 2012, the series was pulled and replaced by Johnny Test and it is currently unknown when it will air again. The unaired episodes are available on iTunes[3] and one of people who worked on series said that they will air on television eventually.[4]

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[edit]PlotEdit

When a group of five monsters called "Disgustoids," Festro, Gweelok, Fart, Dingle, and Slog, come to Earth, they try to find a way for themselves and the humans to live together in harmony, but they keep running into different kinds of problems along the way because they are monsters.

[edit]CharactersEdit

[edit]FestroEdit

Voiced by Peter Browngardt

The main monster and leader of the group. He is purple with two sharp teeth and only wears underwear and a pair of tennis shoes. He also has some hair. He loves punching himself in the face (as mentioned in "Secret Mountain Fort Love"). Festro thinks "bro time" is not optional and clothing is (as mentioned in "The Bet"). If one of his tusks come out he becomes "Funstro", a light voiced and dark pink version that wants nonstop fun but if the other comes out, he becomes "Fightstro", a very violent red Festro that's worse than Funstro. Festro has bionic eyes given to him by Gweelok after a pair of thick lensed glasses burn out his eyes.

[edit]FartEdit

Voiced by Pat Duke

Fart's body is pink and has a shape of buttocks, and farts when people touch him or when he is dancing. He is the only Disgustoid that is mature. He does not like it when the Disgustoids read his secret diary which he hides under his bed.

[edit]DingleEdit

Voiced by Peter Browngardt

Dingle is blue with strings of hair representing ears. He is much like a dog and usually speaks bizarre gibberish, but he did speak once in "Nightmare Sauce".

[edit]SlogEdit

Voiced by Steve Little

Slog has black fur, an orange shirt, and a big human nose. He once broke his nose open and a lot of snot spilled out in "What It Do Nephew?"

[edit]GweelokEdit

Voiced by Paul Rugg

Gweelok is a green ball with pimples and human arms, with 3 fingers on each hand and a watch on one wrist. He is the smartest of the Disgustoids. He has no legs. He apparently leaves a trail of puss (as mentioned in "The Bet").

[edit]EpisodesEdit

Main article: List of Secret Mountain Fort Awesome episodes==[edit]Cast==

[edit]Additional VoicesEdit

[edit]CrewEdit

  • Robert Alvarez - Animation Director
  • Thaddeus Paul Coldron - Character Design
  • Mike Conte of Early Man - Music
  • Robert Ryan Cory (credited as RobertRyanCory)- Character Designer
  • Stephen DeStefano - Storyboard
  • Audie Harrison - Storyboard
  • Bill Flores - Background Designer
  • Bradley Gake - Background Designer
  • Daniel Elson - Background Painter
  • Mark Bodnar - Background Painter
  • Sue Mondt - Art Director
  • Kris Zimmerman - Voice Director (3 episodes only)
  • Clayton Morrow - Storyboard
  • Brett Varon - Storyboard
  • Mike Stern - storyboard

[edit]ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.toonzone.net/news/articles/33316/pr-cartoon-network-upfront-2010-press-release-and-programming-details
  2. ^ http://www.toonzone.net/forums/showthread.php?288533-Secret-Moutain-Fort-Awesome-New-Epsiodes-Airs-November-4-5-30-4-30c
  3. ^ http://itunes.apple.com/us/tv-season/secret-mountain-fort-awesome/id496864968
  4. ^ http://www.formspring.me/ianjq/q/299348053859503226

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