Jack Angel, the voice of Papa Smurf in The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol and The Smurfs: The Legend Of Smurfy Hollow specials, has passed away.
It's been ten years since the first Smurfs movie in the Live-Action Movie Universe has been universe, and since I have only seen that and The Smurfs 2 a few times since their releases, I saw those movies again recently and I'm still floored by the great (if not absolutely wonderful) job Sony Pictures Animation did in bringing the Smurfs to life. It wasn't like watching a live-action cartoon like other efforts in bringing cartoon characters to a live-action universe. It was like watching real people come to life. It was like everything I imagined the Smurfs to be if they actually existed in the real world. I also like how they interacted with the modern world in the few times they appeared in it through time travel, even with the cast chang…
I watched the special when it first aired in April of 1990, pretty much when the Smurfs were winding down as a Saturday morning phenomenon thanks to its "time-traveling" Season 9 episodes. It was a pretty bold idea at the time, to do a cartoon crossover special that was like Who Framed Roger Rabbit done with TV cartoon characters (well, mostly them...Looney Tunes were actually animated film feature characters). However, what they choose to team together to deal with is the controversial issue of drugs, since parents were concerned about their children picking up the drug habit from their own schoolmates and such. The Smurfs already had an episode dealing with a drug-like magical object that entranced its users called "Lure Of The Orb". But here…
Finally own a new page. It is on The Smurfs wiki!
Here: The Firesmurfs
On Nickelodeon, there's a special place inhabited by little blue beings, three apples tall, and know that even feeling blue is a good thing!
Smurfette: "*giggles as her teeth become rainbow colored and drinks some more*"
It's The Smurfs: A New Touch of Blue!
A new show featuring all our favorite blue friends,
SmurfBlossom: Oh my gosh! This is gonna be so much fun!
With all new adventures!
SmurfJade: "Catch me if you can, Gargamel!"
Complete with friendship,
SmurfLily: "I'm so glad that we didn't give up! *hugs Smurfette*"
SmurfStorm: "*kisses Clumsy's cheek*"
Clumsy: "*gushes* Awww."
Papa Smurf: "This calls for a celebration!"
The Smurfs: A New Touch of Blue! A brand new show coming ne…
Recently today, Kelly Asbury, the director of Smurfs: The Lost Village, has passed away due to cancer.
Link to article
Here's some brief reviews of the episodes that appeared in Season 2 of the Smurfs cartoon show, minus the Johan and Peewit episodes.
- 1. The Smurf Who Couldn't Say No
Interesting episode, but Papa Smurf came off as rather distant to Pushover instead of fatherly and sympathetic to his situation.
- 2. The Adventures Of Robin Smurf
- 3. S-Shivering S-Smurfs
- 4. Sister Smurf
Gets more interesting near the end when the Smurfs rescue Smurfette and Laura from the old hag.
- 5. Revenge Of The Smurfs
- 6. The Three Smurfketeers
Not as fun as the Robin Smurf episode.
- 7. Heavenly Smurfs
- 8. It Came From Outer Smurf
It's too bad we only get to see the alien visitor in this episode.
- 9. Squeak…
Danny Goldman, the voice of Brainy Smurf from the Smurfs cartoon show of the 1980s, has recently passed away.
Link to article
As a suggestion, for characters that have multiple appearances in stories and episodes that make them main characters instead of supporting ones, they should have a separate page for listing them.
Rene Auberjonois, who voiced the character Hotap in the Smurfs cartoon show episode "Papa's Family Album", has recently passed away.
Link to article at Washington Post
Whoever keeps posting the article for "The Princess of the Dragon", I know that it DOES NOT EXIST because I have Googled it. Please STOP trying to post the article, whoever you are, or you will be blocked from this wiki. Fair warning.
It Bit Bitt Dit Fit Hit Lit Mitt Nit Pit Sit Wit Zit Frit Skit Split
No Swearing Allowed No Racist Words Allowed No Talking About Gargamel Allowed No Talking About Mexico Allowed
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Having watched the episode before reading the Random House English adaptation of the comic book back in the day, I would say that both versions of the story are worth reading and watching. As one of the only real differences to note between the two versions is that Smurfette is in the cartoon show episode and is completely absent in the original comic book story, her presence or absence doesn't really change much of the story as she basically wasn't an essential player. Same thing with Gargamel, as he only appears in the cartoon show episode but is completely absent in the comic book story; he hardly interacts with the Smurfs and is chased away from them by a thundercloud. For what the cartoon show episode does leave out (which are two of …
Having seen the Smurfs cartoon show episode version of "Romeo And Smurfette" before having read "Smurf Vs. Smurf" (which at the time I read it was referred to as "Smurf Of One And Smurf A Dozen Of The Other"), I have to give nods to both stories using the same pre-climax scene with the Smurfs being led to fight off Papa Smurf disguised as Gargamel to resolve their petty differences. The situations leading up to this confrontation, however, are different. Whereas "Romeo And Smurfette" had the Smurfs in two camps fighting over who's the more suitable suitor for Smurfette, Hefty or Handy, "Smurf Vs. Smurf" has the Smurfs fighting over the difference of how the word "smurf" is to be used in compounded words and phrases. Which situation is funn…
Since I saw the episode before I even read the comic book story (which the original version called "The Black Smurfs" I owned a German copy of), I can say now that I think the cartoon show episode is the more fully realized version of the story than its original comic book story. Sure, there was a switch in the first Smurf that was infected by the Purple Fly, as "The Purple Smurfs" in the cartoon show happened after the events of "The Smurfette", but the fleshing out of the work on the bridge makes Papa Smurf's anger towards Lazy more understandable in the episode, as he was subjected to a constant barrage of things going wrong: Greedy getting gunk on his shovel, Smurfette painting the bridge the wrong color, Brainy accidentally cutting th…
Ugh this is so frustrating,Everytime I upload any image to the Baby Smurf (real)/Gallery It says that it's block and has something to do with Spam,I don't get it I click on "Add Picture to this Gallery" I add it and when I click on "Finish" it always says "Error The modification you tried to make was aborted by an extension hook",What does that mean anyway,Can anyone help me figure this out please?
What am I doing wrong,I'm not a troll.
Please put nice comments and no flame please.
That means either put some effort into developing the article submissions you're going to put on this wikia or you will be blocked. Fair warning.
My computer is currently down due to fan problems. I will be monitoring this wikia mostly through my tablet, but will not be doing any major work on it. I will let you know when it's back in action or something else happens.
We regret to inform you that tomorrow September 18, 2018 I will not publish the videos in the respective languages due to the celebrations of the national holidays I am from Chile I will return next week.
Only 5 videos put the wiki.
A parody of the song "Video Killed The Radio Star" by the Buggles.
I saw them on the TV back in '81,
A hundred blue guys living life and having fun,
I had the feeling the party's just begun.
And then they added new ones to the family,
Baby, the Smurflings, Wild, Grandpa, and ol' Nanny,
And even then they're still as funny as can be.
Oh-ah-oh-ah, before we knew it,
Oh-ah-oh-ah, they've gone and blew it.
Season 9 killed the Smurfs cartoon show.
Season 9 killed the Smurfs cartoon show.
That season came and broke my heart.
And now we see that they're all traveling through time,
Meeting a string of Gargamels all down the line,
We'd had a feeling that something 'bout them's dying.
Oh-ah-oh-ah, we should have all known,
Sung to the tune of "99 Red Balloons" by Nena.
It happened on a summer breeze
When Lazy went to chop down a tree
A purple fly stung him in the tail
There came from him a painful wail
He felt strange as his skin turned dark
Then "gnap gnap" was all he barked
A frightful sight came upon the earth
Lazy was turned into a Purple Smurf
Lazy was a Purple Smurf,
Hopping up and down the turf
Brainy told Papa what he had saw
Vanity replied with a guffaw
Then others saw him as he hopped away
They chased and caught him before the break of day
Papa warned them to watch their backs
Because on a tail a Purple Smurf will attack
Lazy was bound and held in his house
He escaped and infected Hefty like a mouse
Clumsy was next as he chased him down
Throwing a lasso with which he…
Can someone PLEASE tell me where you found this photo?! Thanks! ;-)
I don't know what's the story with Papercutz and the originally planned adaptation of "The Smurf Reporter" that's supposed to come out in January 2018, since it no longer shows up on the American Amazon.com site as a pre-order. I'll try to have more information as it comes.
For those who are waiting for a new Smurfs TV series, there is some good news. Link to article at Newsarama
I'm still testing the water as far as how this Wiki format works and how to do edits and create articles. To be honest, I have never edited Wiki stuff before. Pardon the occasional awkwardness while I get my Wiki legs!
June Foray, the voice of Jokey Smurf from the Smurfs cartoon show, has just passed away.
Link to article in Variety
Fandom has just changed the layout for all wikis, so I made some adjustments on this wiki to accommodate its latest look.
I'm still here as the administrator of this wiki. Right now my desktop computer is down, so that means I'll be checking up on this wiki through either my laptop or my media players (Fire TV and Android TV) to see what's going on. Stay safe and stay smurfy.