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Goat Kids is a series of animated cartoons of Dreamtoons produced and released by DreamWorks Pictures from 1940 to 1980 and from 1990 to present. It is inspired by the fable tale The Wolf and the Seven Young Goats.

Characters

  • Slimmy Goat Kid - a skinny and tallest young goat with an grouchy, rude, bossy, but most responsible personality.
  • Shy Goat Kid - a timid young goat.
  • Girly Goat Kid - a female young goat and the only girl of the Goat Kids.
  • Toughly Goat Kid - a feisty young goat.
  • Happy Goat Kid - a happy-go-lucky and good-nature young goat.
  • Clumsy Goat Kid - a dim-witted young goat.
  • Baby Goat Kid - a baby goat.
  • Mama Goat - the single mother of the Goat Kids.
  • Wolfen Wolf - the main antagonist who attempts to devour the Goat Kids, but always foiled by them. He also appears in some Goldy Locks cartoons.

Development

List of shorts

Classic era

  • Seven Little Goats (1940) - an adaptation of the fable The Wolf and the Seven Young Goats, but in the style of Tex Avery and Bob Clampett cartoons.
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  • Goat Express (1980) - Slimmy and Girly got a part-time job as child delivers for Goat Express. They venture to deliver a package for TBD, while avoiding many situations along the way, including an dangerous rabid dog escaping from the local pound.
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Revival era

Trivia

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