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|image = The Alvin Show Titlecard.jpg
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|theme = "[[The Alvin Show Theme]]"
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|country = United States
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|language = English
 
|num_seasons = 1
 
|num_seasons = 1
 
|num_series = 1
 
|num_series = 1
 
|num_episodes = 26
 
|num_episodes = 26
|list_episodes = The Alvin Show#Episodes
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|list_episodes = List of Alvin and the Chipmunks episodes#The Alvin Show (1961-1962)
|first_aired = October 4, 1961
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|executive_producer = Herbert Klynn
|last_aired = September 12, 1962
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|asst_producer = Leo Salkin
|preceded_by = None
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|runtime = 26 21 min. episodes
|followed_by = [[Alvin and the Chipmunks (TV series)|Alvin and the Chipmunks]]}}[[File:The_Chipmunks_(60s_version).jpg|thumb|250px|Simon, Alvin, and Theodore]]
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|company = [[Bagdasarian Productions]]<br />[[Format Films]]
'''''The Alvin Show''''' was a 1961 American animated television series featuring the singing characters [[Alvin and the Chipmunks]], although a series with a similar concept, The Nutty Squirrels Present, had aired a year earlier. The series rode the momentum of creator [[Ross Bagdasarian, Sr.]]'s original hit gimmick and developed the singing Chipmunk trio as rambunctious kids - particularly the show's namesake [[Alvin|star]] - whose mischief contrasted to (and usually exasperated) his tall, brainy brother [[Simon]] and his chubby, gluttonous brother [[Theodore]], as well as their long-suffering, perpetually put-upon manager-father figure, [[David Seville]]. It lasted for one season in prime time on CBS [Wednesdays, 7:30-8pm Eastern], originally sponsored by General Foods (Jell-O, Post cereals), and initially telecast in black and white (color prints of the episodes were not seen until the series entered syndication in the fall of
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|network = CBS
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|rating = [[Alvin and the Chipmunks Wiki:ParentPage#Series_Info_Anchor_1|NR]]
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|first_aired = Oct. 4, 1961
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|last_aired = Mar. 28, 1962
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|preceded = None
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|followed = ''[[Alvin and the Chipmunks (TV series)|Alvin and the Chipmunks]]''}}{{Disambiguation
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|This article is about the = television series
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|Name of Disambiguation page = The Alvin Show (disambiguation)}}
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'''''The Alvin Show''''' is a 1961 American animated television series featuring the singing characters [[Alvin and the Chipmunks]]. The series rode the momentum of creator [[Ross Bagdasarian, Sr.]]'s original hit gimmick and developed the singing Chipmunk trio as rambunctious kids - particularly the show's namesake [[Alvin|star]] - whose mischief contrasted to his tall, brainy brother [[Simon]] and his chubby, gluttonous brother [[Theodore]], as well as their long-suffering, perpetually put-upon manager-father figure, [[David Seville]].
   
 
==The Show==
 
==The Show==
[[File:33-letsallsing.jpg|thumb|The original chipmunks design.]]
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[[File:The Chipmunks (60s version).jpg|thumb|200px|Simon, Alvin, and Theodore.]]
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===Running Periods===
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''The Alvin Show''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s original run lasted for a single season in prime time on CBS [Wednesdays, 7:30-8pm Eastern], sponsored by General Foods.(October 4, 1961 - March 28, 1962) Though the show was drawn in color, it was televised in black and white. The color prints of the episodes would not be released until the series entered syndication in the fall of 1965.
   
CBS reran the series on Saturday mornings for a few years after the show's prime time run ended, and segments from the show were syndicated in the mid and late 1960s under the package title Alvin and the Chipmunks (this first syndicated package consisted of the individual show segments only, including the Alvin and Clyde Crashcup cartoons, and Chipmunk musical segments, not in the form of half-hour shows). The series later was revived on NBC-TV, again promoted under the title Alvin and the Chipmunks (with the introductory Alvin Show title card cut off the beginning of the show opening) Saturday mornings between March 10, 1979 and September 1, 1979.
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CBS would later rerun the series on Saturday mornings for a few years after the show's prime time run ended.
Ross Bagdasarian had died of a heart attack in January 1972, precluding any future Chipmunk activity. Years later, his son Ross, Jr. picked up on a disc jockey's joke and produced the hit [[Chipmunk Punk]] album in 1980, which spurred new interest for a brand new animated series with an updated look to The Chipmunks and David Seville (now voiced by [[Ross Bagdasarian, Jr.]]). In fall 1983, coinciding with the launch of Ruby-Spears' newly-produced Alvin and the Chipmunks series on NBC, The Alvin Show was again syndicated, this time by Viacom Enterprises.
 
In 1990, The Alvin Show versions of the Chipmunks and Clyde Crashcup reappeared in an episode of The Chipmunks Go To the Movies entitled "[[Back to Our Future]]" (a spoof of the 1985 movie, Back to the Future).
 
Nickelodeon picked up US broadcast rights to The Alvin Show sometime in 1994 and ran the episodes daily until early 1995. During this time, as well as for sometime after, the individual cartoons and musical segments were inserted into episodes of Weinerville. By the end of that year, however, Nickelodeon stopped showing The Alvin Show altogether and it has not been seen anywhere in the United States since then.
 
   
=== Clyde Crashcup ===
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The individual segments from the show were separately syndicated in the mid- and late-1960s under the package title ''Alvin and the Chipmunks''.
   
Aside from the seven-minute Chipmunk segments, in which Bagdasarian's David Seville was portrayed as a hapless bachelor who managed and mentored the three singing rodents, the show also had segments featuring a character called [[Clyde Crashcup]] (voiced by [[Shepard Menken]]impersonatingRichard Haydn's Edwin Carp character).
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The series later was revived on NBC-TV, again promoted under the title ''Alvin and the Chipmunks'' (with the introductory ''The Alvin Show'' title card cut off the opening credits), on Saturday mornings between March 10, 1979 and September 1, 1979.
Clyde was an inventor who essentially re-invented various items and took credit for dreaming it up in the first place. His "creations" often backfired on him until his silent, level-headed lab assistant, Leonardo (diminutive, balding, and perpetually whispering in Crashcup's ear) saved him from any further self-destruction.
 
   
==Later Works==
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In the fall of 1983, coinciding with the launch of [[Ruby-Spears Productions|Ruby-Spears]]' newly-produced ''[[Alvin and the Chipmunks (TV series)|Alvin and the Chipmunks]]'' series on NBC, ''The Alvin Show'' was again syndicated, this time by Viacom Enterprises.
   
''The Alvin Show'' was the first of the many Chipmunk TV series to come. Those shows include:
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[[Nickelodeon]] picked up US broadcast rights to ''The Alvin Show'' sometime in 1994 and ran the episodes daily until late 1995. During this time, as well as for sometime after the full episodes had stopped airing, the individual cartoons and musical segments were inserted into episodes of ''Weinerville''. In 1996, Nickelodeon stopped showing ''The Alvin Show'' segments altogether, and no television network has aired them since then.
*[[Alvin and the Chipmunks (TV series)|Alvin and the Chipmunks]]
 
*[[The Chipmunks (TV series)|The Chipmunks]]
 
*[[The Chipmunks Go to the Movies]]
 
*And the [[List of The Chipmunk Specials and Movies|movies]] that came along with the show.
 
   
==The First Song==
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===Structure===
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The series was created in a Three Short format, typical of many cartoon shows of the day (many today use the Two Short format consisting of eleven-minute shorts instead). The Three Short formatting allowed producing in parallel easier and helped preserve premises of segment-long jokes.
   
This show was created four years after their highly successful first song, [[The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)|The Chipmunk Song]]. Though it is thought that [[Witch Doctor]] was their first song, The Chipmunk Song was the first due only to the fact that it was under the name Dave Seville as the artist and only contained one chipmunked voice.
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Each short is approximately seven minutes long; each episode contains three Chipmunk segments and one segment by Clyde Crashcup. The first Chipmunk segment makes up the first short consisting of the main plot for the episode. The other two Chipmunk segments make up the second short consisting of two separate three and a half minute musical segments before and after the Clyde Crashcup short. A quick joke scene (in the form of a [[The Alvin Show Cold Opens & Bumpers|cold open or bumper]]) or sponsor commercial connects the segments.
   
The show was written, directed, and cast by Ross Bagdisarian Sr. to follow up their successful records.
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=== Clyde Crashcup ===
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Aside from the Chipmunk segments, in which Bagdasarian's David Seville was portrayed as a hapless bachelor who managed and mentored the three singing rodents, the show also had segments featuring a character called [[Clyde Crashcup]].
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Clyde was an inventor who essentially re-invented various items and took credit for dreaming it up in the first place. His "creations" often backfired on him until his silent, level-headed lab assistant, [[Leonardo]] (diminutive, balding, and perpetually whispering in Crashcup's ear) saved him from any further self-destruction.
   
==The Characters==
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==Characters==
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[[File:33-letsallsing.jpg|thumb|Original chipmunks design.]]
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[[The Chipmunks]] were named based on the names of people Ross worked with: [[Alvin Bennett]], [[Simon Waronker]], and [[Theodore Keep]].  The original character designs consisted of very realistic-looking chipmunks but were changed to cartoons in order to "fit the times."
   
[[The Chipmunks]] were based off of people Ross worked with, and the original characters were originally realistic looking chipmunks but were changed to cartoons to "fit the times".
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Clyde Crashcup was created to impersonate Richard Haydn's character, Edwin Carp.
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In 1990, ''The Alvin Show'' versions of the Chipmunks and Clyde Crashcup reappeared in an episode of ''[[The Chipmunks Go to the Movies]] '' entitled [[Back to Our Future]].
   
 
==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==
There are twenty-six episodes in ''The Alvin Show'' including Clyde Crashcup invention moments and 52 musical segments. Every episode had two musicals in them.
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There are 26 episodes in ''The Alvin Show'' including 26 Alvin and the Chipmunks episodes, 26 Clyde Crashcup invention moments, and 52 musical segments. Every episode contains two musicals.
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! scope="col"|#
 
! scope="col"|Episode Title
 
! scope="col"|Musical #1
 
! scope="col"|Clyde Crashcup
 
! scope="col"|Musical #2
 
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| style="text-align: center;"|1
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Good Neighbor
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Buffalo Gals
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Jokes
 
| style="text-align: center;"|America The Beautiful
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|2
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Ostrich
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Mexico-the Brave Chipmunks
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Self-Preservation
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Yankee Doodle
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|3
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Squares
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Italy-oh, Gondaliero!
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Glass
 
| style="text-align: center;"|I Wish I Could Speak French
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|4
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Sam Valiant, Private Nose
 
| style="text-align: center;"|August Dear
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Chair
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Working on the Railroad
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|5
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Overworked Alvin
 
| style="text-align: center;"|When Johnny Comes Marching Home
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the West
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Swanee River
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|6
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Alvin's Curse
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Old MacDonald-Cha, Cha, Cha
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Baseball
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Switzerland-the Magic Mountain
 
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| style="text-align: center;"|7
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Alvin's Alter-Ego
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Japanese Banana
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Bathtub
 
| style="text-align: center;"|The Pidgin English Hula
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|8
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Stanley the Eagle
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Stuck in Arabia
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Wife
 
| style="text-align: center;"|I Wish I Had A Horse
 
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| style="text-align: center;"|9
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Fancy
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Chipmunk Fun
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Flight
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Good Morning Song
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|10
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Sam Valiant: Real Estate
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Alvin for President
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Baby
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Home on the Range
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|11
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Dude Ranch
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Witch Doctor
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Stove
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Lilly of Laguna
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|12
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Camping Trip
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Spain
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Music
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Row, Row, Row Your Boat
 
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| style="text-align: center;"|13
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Bentley Van Rolls
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents First Aid
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Comin' Thru' The Rye
 
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| style="text-align: center;"|14
 
| style="text-align: center;"|The Whistler
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Coming Around the Mountain
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Electricity
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Pop Goes the Weasel
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|15
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Love Sick Dave
 
| style="text-align: center;"|If You Love Me (Alouette)
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Egypt
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Maria from Madrid
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|16
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Jungle Rhythm
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Alvin's Orchestra
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Bed
 
| style="text-align: center;"|The Little Dog
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|17
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Theodore's Dog
 
| style="text-align: center;"|The Chipmunk Song
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Telephone
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Alvin's Harmonica
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|18
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Hillbilly Son
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Three Blind Mice
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Do-it-Yourself
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|19
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Little League
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Clementine
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Time Machine
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Sing A Goofy Song
 
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| style="text-align: center;"|20
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Eagle in Love
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Bicycle Built For Two
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Shoe
 
| style="text-align: center;"|On Top of Old Smokey
 
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| style="text-align: center;"|21
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Alvin's Studio
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Whistle While You Work
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Physical Fitness
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Ragtime Cowboy Joe
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|22
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Haunted House
 
| style="text-align: center;"|My Wild Irish Rose
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Ship
 
| style="text-align: center;"|The Band Played On
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|23
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Sir Alvin
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair
 
| style="text-align: center;"|This is Your Life, Clyde Crashcup!
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Funiculi-Funicula
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|24
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Good Manners
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Git Along, Little Doggies
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents the Birthday Party
 
| style="text-align: center;"|The Man on the Flying Trapeze
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|25
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Eagle Music
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Polly Wolly Doodle
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Self Defense
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Down in the Valley
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;"|26
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Disc Jockey
 
| style="text-align: center;"|The Alvin Twist
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Invents Crashcupland
 
| style="text-align: center;"|While Strolling in the Park
 
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==Theme Song==
 
[[File:The Chipmunks-The Alvin Show Theme Opening|thumb|left|200px|Opening]]
 
[[File:The Chipmunks-The Alvin Show Closing|thumb|right|200px|Closing]]
 
   
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''For a list of Alvin and the Chipmunks episodes, see [[List of Alvin and the Chipmunks episodes]]''.
   
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==Cast==
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*[[Ross Bagdasarian, Sr.]] - [[Alvin]], [[Simon]], [[Theodore]] (speaking) and [[David Seville]]
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*[[Shepard Menken]] - [[Clyde Crashcup]]
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*June Foray - [[Daisy Belle]] and additional voices
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*Lee Patrick - [[Mrs. Frumpington]] and additional voices
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*Johnny Mann - Theodore (singing), additional voices
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*Joe Besser - Additional voices
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*Bill Lee - Additional voices
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*Don Messick - Additional voices
   
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==Theme Song/Credits==
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The Chipmunks-The Alvin Show Theme Opening
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The Chipmunks-The Alvin Show Closing
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</gallery>
   
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==Commercials==
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Since General Foods was the show's main sponsor, Dave and The Chipmunks advertised some of their products. Other commercials sought to bring awareness.
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The Alvin Show Post Treat Packs
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Alphabits commercial featuring Alvin and The Chipmunks
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Alvin & the chipmunks- jell-o commercial
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Smokey's ABCs with The Chipmunks
==Voice cast==
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Soaky Commercial - Alvin and the Chipmunks
*[[Ross Bagdasarian, Sr.]] - [[Alvin]], [[Simon]], [[Theodore]] and [[David Seville]]
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*[[Shepard Menken]] - [[Clyde Crashcup]]
 
*June Foray - Mrs. Frumpington and other female voices
 
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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Latest revision as of 02:52, June 23, 2019

This article is about the television series. For other uses, see The Alvin Show (disambiguation).

The Alvin Show is a 1961 American animated television series featuring the singing characters Alvin and the Chipmunks. The series rode the momentum of creator Ross Bagdasarian, Sr.'s original hit gimmick and developed the singing Chipmunk trio as rambunctious kids - particularly the show's namesake star - whose mischief contrasted to his tall, brainy brother Simon and his chubby, gluttonous brother Theodore, as well as their long-suffering, perpetually put-upon manager-father figure, David Seville.

The ShowEdit

The Chipmunks (60s version)

Simon, Alvin, and Theodore.

Running PeriodsEdit

The Alvin Show's original run lasted for a single season in prime time on CBS [Wednesdays, 7:30-8pm Eastern], sponsored by General Foods.(October 4, 1961 - March 28, 1962) Though the show was drawn in color, it was televised in black and white. The color prints of the episodes would not be released until the series entered syndication in the fall of 1965.

CBS would later rerun the series on Saturday mornings for a few years after the show's prime time run ended.

The individual segments from the show were separately syndicated in the mid- and late-1960s under the package title Alvin and the Chipmunks.

The series later was revived on NBC-TV, again promoted under the title Alvin and the Chipmunks (with the introductory The Alvin Show title card cut off the opening credits), on Saturday mornings between March 10, 1979 and September 1, 1979.

In the fall of 1983, coinciding with the launch of Ruby-Spears' newly-produced Alvin and the Chipmunks series on NBC, The Alvin Show was again syndicated, this time by Viacom Enterprises.

Nickelodeon picked up US broadcast rights to The Alvin Show sometime in 1994 and ran the episodes daily until late 1995. During this time, as well as for sometime after the full episodes had stopped airing, the individual cartoons and musical segments were inserted into episodes of Weinerville. In 1996, Nickelodeon stopped showing The Alvin Show segments altogether, and no television network has aired them since then.

StructureEdit

The series was created in a Three Short format, typical of many cartoon shows of the day (many today use the Two Short format consisting of eleven-minute shorts instead). The Three Short formatting allowed producing in parallel easier and helped preserve premises of segment-long jokes.

Each short is approximately seven minutes long; each episode contains three Chipmunk segments and one segment by Clyde Crashcup. The first Chipmunk segment makes up the first short consisting of the main plot for the episode. The other two Chipmunk segments make up the second short consisting of two separate three and a half minute musical segments before and after the Clyde Crashcup short. A quick joke scene (in the form of a cold open or bumper) or sponsor commercial connects the segments.

Clyde Crashcup Edit

Aside from the Chipmunk segments, in which Bagdasarian's David Seville was portrayed as a hapless bachelor who managed and mentored the three singing rodents, the show also had segments featuring a character called Clyde Crashcup. Clyde was an inventor who essentially re-invented various items and took credit for dreaming it up in the first place. His "creations" often backfired on him until his silent, level-headed lab assistant, Leonardo (diminutive, balding, and perpetually whispering in Crashcup's ear) saved him from any further self-destruction.

CharactersEdit

33-letsallsing

Original chipmunks design.

The Chipmunks were named based on the names of people Ross worked with: Alvin BennettSimon Waronker, and Theodore Keep.  The original character designs consisted of very realistic-looking chipmunks but were changed to cartoons in order to "fit the times."

Clyde Crashcup was created to impersonate Richard Haydn's character, Edwin Carp.

In 1990, The Alvin Show versions of the Chipmunks and Clyde Crashcup reappeared in an episode of The Chipmunks Go to the Movies entitled Back to Our Future.

EpisodesEdit

There are 26 episodes in The Alvin Show including 26 Alvin and the Chipmunks episodes, 26 Clyde Crashcup invention moments, and 52 musical segments. Every episode contains two musicals.

For a list of Alvin and the Chipmunks episodes, see List of Alvin and the Chipmunks episodes.

CastEdit

Theme Song/CreditsEdit

CommercialsEdit

Since General Foods was the show's main sponsor, Dave and The Chipmunks advertised some of their products. Other commercials sought to bring awareness.

GalleryEdit

Main article: The Alvin Show/Gallery
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