animated series The Ren and Stimpy Show © Nickelodeon / MTV / Spmc
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The Ren and Stimpy Show

The bizarre misadventures of Ren, a neurotic, volatile Chihuahua and Stimpy, a dumb, nave cat.

see also: Ren & Stimpy: Adult Party Cartoon (TV Series)
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Happy, Happy. Joy, Joy. Ren and Stimpy started off so strong. Each episode was divided into 2 stories, and a few shorts / SNL style commercials (including numerous versions of...
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My memories of Ren and Stimpy are rather limited, but what I can tell you is that it's definitely a cartoon with a somewhat grown up taste in humor. Don't...
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John K. will probably go down in history as animation's most important cotributor, his gross out style combined with his Bob Clampett influence is truely something unique. Yes I admit...
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After cutting his teeth working under Ralph Bakshi as co-director of 'Mighty Mouse, the New Adventures' in the late 80's, Canadian animator John Kricfalusi went on to create 'Ren and...
Created by: Nickelodeon, MTV, Spmc
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA / Canada
Featuring the voices of:
John Kricfalusi ... Ren Hek, Mr. Horse (1991-1993)
Billy West ... Stimpson J. "Stimpy" Cat (1991-96), Ren Hek, Mr. Horse (1992-1996)
Harris Peet ... George Liquor, Muddy Mudskipper (1991-1992)
Michael Pataki ... George Liquor (1992-1993)
Alan Young ... Haggis MacHaggis (1994-1996)
Bob Camp ... Effeminate Dogcatcher, Deputy Ewalt (1992-1995)
Series Created by: John Kricfalusi and Jim Smith
Executive Producers: Vanessa Coffey
Musical Score by: Shawn Patterson and Alexander Rannie
Theme Music by: John Kricfalusi, Chris Reccardi, Jim Smith and Scott Huml
Writing Credits: Vincent Waller, John Kricfalusi, Bob Camp, Elinor Blake, Vince Calandra, Jim Gomez, Richard Pursel, Chris Reccardi and Jim Smith

animated series The Ren and Stimpy Show © Nickelodeon / MTV / SpmcJohn Kricfalusi Ren and Stimpy's creator, left (or was fired, accounts differ) production of the series in 1993 over creative differences with Nickelodeon (along with his production company Spmc), which stated that elements of Kricfalusi's show were too offensive to be aired and reputably asked him to clean up his act.

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