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The Doodlebops is a Canadian musical pop band for pre-school children. In 2004 their debut CD was released and continues to top the children's charts in North America. Beginning its TV broadcasting run in 2004, the series, produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment airs on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Canada in the CBC Kids morning block, on the Disney Channel in the USA as part of the Playhouse Disney morning programming schedule and on Playhouse Disney in the UK.
The Doodlebops launched an 80 city tour of the United States at Madison Square Garden on September 30, 2006, with dates set through April 2007. The Doodlebops stars are Lisa J. Lennox as, Chad McNamara, and Jonathan Wexler as.
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The Doodlebops' characters are members of a kids' band. The creators of The Doodlebops are Cookie Jar executive Michael Hirsh. Jamie Waese (producer and director). David Connolly (choreographer). Andrea Nevitt (Line Producer). Gord McLennan (Technical Producer). Ian Harvey (Senior Editor).The show features a mix of music, dancing, humor and skits that teach social lessons. The show always includes scenes from a concert in front of a preschool audience who actively participate in the singing and dancing.The band members wear heavy makeup and/or prosthetics to look like live-action cartoon characters. They wore cloth hoods with fake ears during the first season. Thereafter, the band used flashier costumes during their concert segments, incorporating sequins and metallic fabrics.
There are four people from Nevada who call themselves the doodlebops. Their names are MDoodle,ADoodle,JRDoodle, and JMDoodle. They have been around since 2006 but have known eachother since 1997. They have one hit song(Doodlebop). They are about to make their first CD and if that goes well they'll make another one.
Each Doodlebops episode relies on reuse sequences. These sequences account for 3-4 minutes of the show's 22 minute running time. Reuse sequences are video segments that are shot once and subsequently used in each of the 26 episodes which comprise one Doodlebops broadcast season. Examples of Doodlebops reprocess sequences include The Doodlebop Pledge, Moe's rope pull/water douse, Get on the Bus, Concert Theatre Montage, and the occasional Concert Song reuse.
Other recurrent themes include:
At the commencement of each episode, Deedee and Rooney enter their Clubhouse through the main swinging doors, with Moe nowhere to be found. Viewers are asked to help find Moe's hiding place.
The Doodlebops' manager enters the clubhouse singing scat and speaking in rhyme, and departs with See you later, Alligator. The Doodlebops reply, In a while, Crocodile. Vanishing in a puff of sparks, one of the Doodlebops will ask How does she do that? and make their own attempt. As the Clubhouse scene ends, a whistle sound cues a mysterious rope to drop down from the ceiling in front of Moe. Despite Deedee and Rooney's warning, Moe pulls the rope and gets drenched with water. Don't Pull the Rope has become a branding slogan for the show, as well as the name of a website that caters to Doodlebops fans and their parents.
With a rhyming introduction of the band the manager begins each Doodlebops concert. A large screen is lowered and a video is played wherein Deedee takes great pleasure in annoying Mudge by telling him a joke During the concert sequence of each show.