Little Mouse on the Prairie facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsLittle Mouse on the Prairie
|Created by||Betty Birney
Stephen Cosgrove (Original Books)
|Developed by||Betty Birney|
|Directed by||Arne Wong|
|Opening theme||"Little Mouse on Prairie"|
|Country of origin||United States
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||26 (each containing 2)|
|Executive producer(s)||Eric S. Rollman
Qu JianZhong Voice Director & Casting = Doug Stone
|Producer(s)||Eric S. Rollman
|Running time||20 min (part 8-11 min)|
|Production company(s)||Saban Entertainment
Afanti International Animation Corp.
Little Mouse on the Prairie (Chinese: 大草原上的小老鼠; pinyin: Dàcǎoyuán Shàng De Xiǎo Lǎoshǔ) is a 52 episodes animated series made by the cooperation of the US and China, loosely based on the Serendipity book by Stephen Cosgrove with the same title. The story features a city mouse named Osgood Dee who just moved to the countryside Squeaky Corners to live at his uncle's farm. Each show focuses on Osgood Dee and a group of animal friends he met at the farm.
This is the second adaptation of a Serendipity book as the first adaptation was the 1983 anime series Serendipity the Pink Dragon.
- Osgood Dee (Chinese: 奥斯谷）- Main character of the series. Leader of his friends.
- Tweezle Dee (Chinese: 特薇佐）- Osgood's cousin.
- Blossom (Chinese: 布劳森） - A rabbit. In love with Osgood.
- Jeremiah (Chinese: 杰瑞迈） - A frog.
- Flaps (Chinese: 弗莱普） - A duck.
- Sweeny (Chinese: 斯威尼） - A weasel.
- B.C. - A fat cat
- Cal - B.C.'s roommate, a thin cat
- R.D. - Osgood's uncle and Tweezle's father.
- Molly Dee - Osgood's aunt and Tweezle's mother.
- Betty Dee - Tweezle's baby sister.
- Grandpa Whiskers - An old wise mouse.
|No.||Title||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"The Whole Toot / Treasure Hunt"||TBA||1996|
|2||"All's Fair / Down the Creek"||TBA||1996|
|3||"A Pair of Spectacles / Popularity Contest"||TBA||1996|
|4||"Get a Job / Shut My Mouth"||TBA||1996|
|5||"Follow That Leader / Little Green Riding Hood"||TBA||1996|
|6||"Quack Up / Spring Cleaning"||TBA||1996|
|7||"Blossom Cries Wolf / Osgood the Snowman"||TBA||1996|
|8||"The More the Merrier / Fiddlin' Around"||TBA||1996|
|9||"Rain, Rain Go Away / Growing Like Crazy"||TBA||1996|
|10||"Fangs a Lot / Handyman Cal"||TBA||1996|
|11||"Going Bats / Osgood & the Beanstalk"||TBA||1996|
|12||"Junkyard Genius / Fright Night"||TBA||1996|
|13||"Nuts to You / The Best Gift of All"||TBA||1996|
|14||"Surprised Party / To Catch a Thief"||TBA||1996|
|15||"A Camping We Will Go / Lady For a Day"||TBA||1996|
|16||"A Clothes Call / Forget Me Not"||TBA||1996|
|17||"The Creature of Crawdaddy Creek / Pa's Little Helpers"||Betty G. Birney||1996|
Osgood and his friends do some farm chores for a tired R.D. while having fun. When R.D. inspects their handiwork, he finds they have made messes in the process.
|18||"A Fishy Story / Scaredy Cats"||TBA||1996|
|19||"Up, Up and Away / Peas and Thank You"||TBA||1996|
|20||"Bitty's Big Adventure / Dear Patches"||TBA||1996|
|21||"Radish Rivals / No Bones About It"||TBA||1996|
|22||"Barnyard Circus / B.C. and the Magic Lamp"||TBA||1996|
|23||"Stage Struck / Lemonade Wars"||TBA||1996|
|24||"Call of the Wild / Squeaky Corners Cook-Off"||TBA||1996|
|25||"Batter Up / Rock Star"||TBA||1996|
|26||"Thanks For Giving / Home Again"||TBA||1996|
In 2004, 2 DVDs which each contained 3 episodes were released in German. The release of the rest of the series is unknown.
In 2011, the series was released on DVD (, Region ALL, NTSC format) in China. A set of 5 disc features all episodes in Mandarin Chinese dialogue or English language and with optional Chinese subtitles.
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