I Am Weasel

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I Am Weasel
I Am Weasel logo.jpg
I Am Weasel logo.
Genre Comedy
Format Animated series
Created by David Feiss
Directed by David Feiss
Robin Steele
Voices of Michael Dorn
Charlie Adler
Theme music composer Bill Fulton [1]
Opening theme "I Am Weasel Theme"
Ending theme "I Am Weasel Theme" (instrumental)
Composer(s) Bill Fulton [1]
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 79
Executive producer(s) Sherry Gunther [1]
Larry Huber [1]
Producer(s) Vincent Davis [1]
Running time 6–7 minutes
(per episode)
Production company(s) Cartoon Network Studios
Hanna-Barbera Cartoons
Original channel Cartoon Network
Original run July 15, 1997 – 2000
Related shows Cow and Chicken

I Am Weasel (also spelled as I.M. Weasel because of the character) is an American animated television series produced by Cartoon Network Studios and Hanna-Barbera, created by David Feiss and aired on Cartoon Network. The show is about a very smart weasel named I.M. Weasel who use his talents to help people in everything and is adored by everybody in the world, and a stupid baboon named I.R. Baboon who wants to be more admired than the weasel trying to help people in his way, what often have bad results and makes him being hated by everyone.

I Am Weasel was originally a series of segments in its sister series Cow and Chicken, usually being aired as the third of three segments in a Cow and Chicken episode. The series started on July 15, 1997[2] and its first four seasons premiered in that format. In 1999, I Am Weasel was separated and got its own half-hour show, premiering as an independent series on June 10, 1999.[3][4] All the 52 episodes of I Am Weasel originally aired on Cow and Chicken began to air in its new independent show, later being joined by a fifth season with 27 new episodes, totaling all the 79 episodes it has.[4] The series ended in 2000.[5]

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