Squirrel Boy "Kite Makes Right" (lost unaired pilot of Cartoon Network animated series; 2004)

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Status: Lost

Squirrel Boy is an animated series made by Duckman creator Everett Peck that ran from 2006-2008 on Cartoon Network. The show about a kid name Andy and his pet squirrel Rodney who comes up with many crazy ideas for the duo to make money while they go on various hijinks in each episode.

Unaired Pilot[edit | edit source]

In 2004 Peck developed a pilot titled "Kite Makes Right" to pitch to different networks before settling with Cartoon Network. For awhile the only source confirming it's existence comes from a blog post stating it was shown at the School of Visual Arts in New York with various other cartoon pilots.[1] Despite this no footage or any production material from the pilot had resurfaced online until September 2020 when a Tumblr user uploaded the first storyboard panel from the pilot.[2]

Letter to Peck[edit | edit source]

On June 6th, 2021 Russian Lost Media Wiki user QskwzzmpRuler sent an email to Peck, which he replied 2 days later stating he misplaced the tape containing the pilot, but will try to find it as soon as he can. Peck also stated that Rodney was voiced by Rob Paulsen in the pilot instead of Richard Steven Horvitz and even sent a piece of concept art from there that was also posted in a 2009 Alternative Magazine Online interview of him.[3]

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Anthology Series[edit | edit source]

Bumpers and Interstitials[edit | edit source]

Pilots[edit | edit source]

Live-Action[edit | edit source]

Other Cartoon Network Series[edit | edit source]

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