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What-a-Mess's Mother - Also known as The Duchess of Kinjan is a beautiful pedigree Afghan Hound mother to What-a-Mess, and is voiced by Charity James in the US version.
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The Big Sleep: Trash is trying to sleep, but Norton and What-a-Mess' playful nature keeps Him awake. UK) – What-a-Mess at the Seaside | What-a-Mess Goes to School | Prince What-a-Mess | Super What-a-Mess | What-a-Mess Keeps Cool | What-a-Mess and Cynthia the Hedgehog | What-a-Mess Has a Brain Wave! | What-a-Mess and the Cat Next Door | What-a-Mess and Little Poppet | What-a-Mess Goes Camping | What-a-Mess The Beautiful | What-a-Mess Goes to Town | What-a-Mess Goes to the Vet Animation Bump: As was tradition with this era, the animation in the intro for the DiC Entertainment series is far more fluid and weighty than that seen in series.Pounds Are Animal Prisons: Since "What-A-Mess" is a talking animal series, it naturally has one of these episodes - "Pound Pals", in which, What-A-Mess and Trash are imprisoned in the pound with seemingly no escape until What-A-Mess springs them by tunneling his way out. Sadly, Frank Muir died in 1998, but as an adult, he kept Afghan Hounds. It was from these magnificent creatures that he drew in spiration for the puppy who is often muddy, forever poking his nose where it doesn’t belong, accident prone, and is so often covered in leaves from eating trees that people cry, ‘WHAT A MESS!” upon seeing him. It’s not surprising, then, that the pup grows up believing his name is “What-a-mess.” Take Me Out to the Dog Park: What-a-Mess is forced to fight a Bully who is stronger than any normal canine, but another dog helps What-a-Mess, and You'll never guess who!
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Esmeralda - A white mouse that belonged to the girl of the house, who only appeared in both the book, What-a-Mess and the Hairy Monster, and an episode of the US Version of the same name. What-A-Mess At the Movies What-a-Mess goes to a movie theater in hopes of watching the Wonder Dog Movie.What-a-Mess and Cynthia the Hedgehog / 1990.05.14 (Adapted from What-a-Mess has Supper and What-a-Mess in Autumn) He Cleans Up Nicely: In a subversion version of this trope, the male What-a-Mess is bathed and groomed on rare occasions and actually looks like a pedigree Afghan Hound rather than his usual scruffy self. Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Inverted. Well-groomed Afghan Hounds naturally have long hair on their heads, and long hair that tends to make them look like they're wearing fancy clothes. Despite all that, What-a-Mess is a male dog. Played straight with the cat, Felicia. She has long eyelashes and a bow.
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Cynthia – A Hedgehog who What-A-Mess befriended in What-A-Mess Goes to School. Her character was redesigned to become a mole named Ramona in the US animated version, due to the fact that Hedgehogs aren't native to America. In the US animated version, she is voiced by Candi Milo. Joe 1 9 6 6 (UK) 13 x 5 minute episodes Originally part of the Watch with Mother children's series, Joe was a lovely little…Trash's Wonderful Life: Trash goes through His history and learns what would happen if He never existed. What-a-Mess is a dog that doesn't like to bathe and many times when he runs away from the bath that his owners try to give him, he accidentally ends up causing chaos throughout the city. new episodes were produced in 1990 (not by Smallfilms) with Muir narrating once more. A further 63 episodes were made in 1995 – this time in America.