Clay Kids is a stop motion animated TV series for children created by Javier Tostado.[1] The series narrates the adventures of seven misfit kids. Season 1 and 2 each contain 26 episodes, making a total of 52 episodes. It was produced by Cake Entertainment. Gloob held a preview for the series in Brazil on 29 June 2013 (Saturday), and the series officially premiered on 5 July 2013. In Spain, Clay Kids got aired on Disney Channel on September 13, 2013. In the UK, Clay Kids aired on Pop. On 1 June 2015, Clay Kids moved to its sister channel, Pop Max.

Clay Kids
GenreStop motion animated children's comedy
Created byJavier Tostado
Directed byJavier Tostado
Voices ofKaren Strassman
Opening theme"Clay Kids Opening Theme", performed by Kokane
Ending themeAndroid Rush VIP by Guillermo Tostado
Composers
  • B. Blaya
  • Guillermo Tostado
Country of originSpain, United Kingdom, United States
Original languagesSpanish
English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes52 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
  • María Lara Roca
  • Francesca Nicoll
ProducerRaquel Hernández
Camera setup1080p HD
Running time11 minutes
Production companies
  • Clay Animation
  • Clay Angels
  • TVE
DistributorCake Entertainment
Release
Original networkGloob, XEIMT-TV, Canal 22 (Mexico), Oromar Televisión (Ecuador), Pop Max, RTP2 and Biggs, Pop & Clan YLE Canal Panda Disney Channel Universal Kids
Picture format1080p
Audio formatStereo
Chronology
Followed by5 July 2013 - 29 May 2017

The dolls' mouths are moved to mimic English speech, since according to the producers the Spanish audience is already used to dubbed TV shows, and unlike an English audience would not be bothered by a lack of synchronization between mouth and speech.[2]

PlotEdit

Some kids brought together by chance get into wacky situations in their magical clay town.

CharactersEdit

  • Flippy (voiced by Michael Derry)
  • Motor (voiced by Mark Allen Jr)
  • Carol (voiced by Karen Strassman)
  • Robbie (voiced by David Markus)
  • Naomi (voiced by Natalie Mitchell)
  • Jessi (voiced by Quinn Ljoka)
  • Albert (voiced by M.J Lallo)
  • Frank (voiced by Michael Derry) is Carol's father
  • Ms. Henderson (voiced by Susan Haight) is the teacher

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pastor, Estefania (4 August 2012). "Clay Animation, una empresa valenciana de animación que triunfa antes de empezar". Valenciaplaza.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 April 2022.
  2. ^ Perez, Maria Jose (22 July 2013). "El Stop Motion se mueve". Nonada (in Spanish).

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