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Diknap is a American longest-running animated television series created by Jon J. Waiters owned by Bretonnian Productions Publications Corporation, UBU Productions, Gracie Films, Columbia Pictures Television and Sony Pictures Television in January 5, 1983.

Is a Disney movie characters parody of Diknap. Diknap a parody of Disney animated film characters and Disney live-action film characters, Warno Boss a parody of Warner Bros. cartoons including Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies characters, Hanner-Barberer a parody of Hanna-Barbera including Tom and Jerry and The Flintstones, Bettery Boopy a parody of Betty Boop, Pompeye a parody of Popeye characters, Fattix the Cat a parody of Felix the Cat, Woodman Woodpeckman a parody of Woody Woodpecker, Taxi Ax-Away a parody of Tex Avery cartoon characters, Harveytowns a parody of Harveytoons characters, Terrortowns a parody of Terrytoons characters, Jayman Skadward a parody of Jay Ward characters, Armman a parody of Aardman including Wallace and Gromit, Morph, Shaun the Sheep and Timmy Time, Simonpans a parody of The Simpsons characters, Catoon Natworking a parody of Cartoon Network characters, Dicksee a parody of DC's Superman characters and DC's Batman characters, Marvelousman a parody of Marvel's Spider-Man characters and Marvel superheroes and supervillains characters, Litty Lula a parody of Little Lulu, Gregetie the Dinosaur a parody of Gertie the Dinosaur, Pixoker a parody of Pixar shorts and Pixar computer-animated film characters and many more, and the location "Kidnapland". The appearance best for cartoon is called Dead Doo (a parody of Scooby-Doo) Dead Doo (a parody of character Scooby-Doo), Shakkey Rogers (a parody of Scooby-Doo character Shaggy Rogers), Dalma Blake (a parody of Scooby-Doo character Daphne Blake), Vely Dinkley (a parody of Scooby-Doo character Velma Dinkley) and Freakky Jones (a parody of Scooby-Doo character Fred Jones) and TV show is called The Coco the Clown Show including Coco the Clown. Best special all episodes Treehouse of Horror series from Diknap.

Animated TV pilot episode:

Diknap (Pilot Episode) theme song music composer by John Williams in January 9, 1977. Based for "The Entertainer" ragtime music written by Scott Joplin in 1902.

Animated TV series:

Diknap theme song music composer by John Williams in January 5, 1983. Based for "Alexander's Ragtime Band" music written by Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan in 1911.

List of Diknap episodes:

Diknap - Pilot episode:

  • Unaired pilot episode - Original air date: January 9, 1977

Diknap episodes:

  • Season 1 (1983)
  • Season 2 (1984) - Show reaches 100th Episode
  • Season 3 (1985) - Show reaches 150th Episode
  • Season 4 (1986) - Show reaches 200th Episode
  • Season 5 (1987) - Show reaches 250th Episode
  • Season 6 (1988) - Show reaches 300th Episode
  • Season 7 (1989) - Show reaches 350th Episode
  • Season 8 (1990) - Show reaches 400th Episode
  • Season 9 (1991) - Show reaches 450th Episode
  • Season 10 (1992) - Show reaches 500th Episode
  • Season 11 (1993) - Show reaches 550th Episode
  • Season 12 (1994) - Show reaches 600th Episode
  • Season 13 (1995) - Show reaches 650th Episode
  • Season 14 (1996) - Show reaches 700th Episode
  • Season 15 (1997) - Show reaches 750th Episode
  • Season 16 (1998) - Show reaches 800th Episode
  • Season 17 (1999) - Show reaches 850th Episode
  • Season 18 (2000) - Show reaches 900th Episode
  • Season 19 (2001) - Show reaches 950th Episode
  • Season 20 (2002) - Show reaches 1000th Episode
  • Season 21 (2003) - Show reaches 1050th Episode
  • Season 22 (2004) - Show reaches 1100th Episode
  • Season 23 (2005) - Show reaches 1150th Episode
  • Season 24 (2006) - Show reaches 1200th Episode
  • Season 25 (2007) - Show reaches 1250th Episode
  • Season 26 (2008) - Show reaches 1300th Episode
  • Season 27 (2009) - Show reaches 1350th Episode
  • Season 28 (2010) - Show reaches 1400th Episode
  • Season 29 (2011) - Show reaches 1450th Episode
  • Season 30 (2012) - Show reaches 1500th Episode
  • Season 31 (2013) - Show reaches 1550th Episode
  • Season 32 (2014) - Show reaches 1600th Episode
  • Season 33 (2015) - Show reaches 1650th Episode
  • Season 34 (2016) - Show reaches 1700th Episode
  • Season 35 (2017) - Show reaches 1750th Episode
  • Season 36 (2018) - Show reaches 1800th Episode
  • Season 37 (2019) - Show reaches 1850th Episode
  • Season 38 (2020) - Show reaches 1900th Episode
  • Season 39 (2021) - Show reaches 1950th Episode
  • Season 40 (2022) - Show reaches 2000th Episode

and much, much more.

Diknap merchandise collection collectibles. Diknap franchise, references and more. Diknap in other languages on countries of the world.

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