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I have reviewed many cartoon shows on the IMDB and I do enjoy cartoons but Taz-Mania was not one of my favourites. I liked the look of it before I first saw it in 1991 but it was annoying.
Being a fan of Warner Brothers cartoons I decided to stick with the whole series in case it got better. Taz-Mania was a very annoying creature and very ugly as well. Perhaps it didn't help that the animal was a Tazmanian Devil-perhaps they should have used a kangaroo or something.
As I said, I stuck with the show for awhile in case it got better. In all honesty, there were times when I did laugh but overall, Taz-Mania was an annoying little creature who provided no enjoyment for me.
But what does an adult like me know anyway? Kids will no doubt enjoy it. I would recommend it to kids of a young age.
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