FloopaLoo, Where Are You?

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FloopaLoo, Where Are You?
Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 13 minutes
Country: Italy
Release Date: February 4, 2011 – December 4, 2014
Network(s): Canal+ Family (2011 - 2014) (France)
Télétoon+ (2014) (Canada)
France 5 in Zouzous (France)
Created by: Marc du Pontavice
Distributed by: Xilam
France Télévisions
Castelrosso Films (Season 1)
Rai Fiction (Season 1)
Cofinova 10 (Season 2)
Edca (Season 2)
Starring: Lizzie Waterworth
Teresa Gallagher
Gina Murray
Joanna Ruiz
Charlie Hayes
Penny Rawlins
Wayne Forester
Seasons: 2
Episodes: 104

FloopaLoo, Where Are You? (originally Flapacha, où es-tu?, also called just Floopaloo) is an Italian-French animated series based on an original idea by Xilam producer and executive producer, Marc du Pontavice. Produced by the company Xilam in coproduction with France Télévisions and in association with Castelrosso and Rai Fiction, the series takes about 15 minutes per segment.


Two cousins, Matt and Lisa, are staying at summer camp in the woods where a creature named FloopaLoo lives. There, they discover a strange world where fish can play music and memory trees grow.

Why It Rocks

  1. The series is spot on, creative, imaginative, and filled with passable designs and art styles.
  2. Likeable characters, such as Matt, Lisa, Malik, Olga/Odile (Beryl in the English version), and more.
  3. The idea of having characters find a rare creature is cool.
  4. The settings are nice.
  5. The English dub, despite the problem with the lip-syncing, sounds okay.
  6. The animation is also fine.

Bad Qualities

  1. Bryan may be strange and disgusting because of his love for smelly stuff.
  2. The lip-syncing in the English dub is way off (the voices don't fit with the lip-syincing) because it was made in 2 European countries.
  3. Hippolyte (Ignatius in the English dub) could be considered an unlikeable character. Although he was ment to serve as the camp's disciplinarian, he could be considered a hippocryte because he sometimes does the things he prohibits. His behaviour could be similar to that of Mr. Herriman from Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends.


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