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Rastamouse

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Country of origin

United Kingdom

Creation year

2011

Creator(s)

Genevieve Webster and Michael De Souza

Story

Rastamouse is a British animated television series created by Genevieve Webster and Michael De Souza. The show premiered in 2010 and it follows the adventures of Rastamouse, a crime-fighting musician and member of a fictional reggae band called the Easy Crew. Rastamouse and his friends use music and detective work to solve mysteries and help the community. The show is aimed at young children and it is known for its positive message.

One of the central themes of the show is the importance of teamwork and friendship. Rastamouse and his friends from the Easy Crew work together to overcome challenges and achieve their goals, and the show teaches children the importance of having friends and the value of teamwork.

Another theme that is explored in the show is the importance of community and helping others. Rastamouse and the Easy Crew are always looking for ways to help their community and make it a better place. The show encourages children to be kind and generous and to think of others. The show teaches children the importance of being a good citizen and making a positive impact on the community.
Rastamouse is a British animated television series created by Genevieve Webster and Michael De Souza. The show premiered in 2010 and it follows the adventures of Rastamouse, a crime-fighting musician and member of a fictional reggae band called the Easy Crew. Rastamouse and his friends Scratchy and Zoomer use music and detective work to solve mysteries and help the community. The show is aimed at young children and it’s known for its relatable themes and positive message.

One of the central themes of the show is the importance of teamwork and friendship. Rastamouse and his friends Scratchy and Zoomer form the Easy Crew, a band that uses music and detective work to solve mysteries and help the community. They work together to overcome challenges and achieve their goals, and the show teaches children the importance of having friends and the value of teamwork.

Another theme that is explored in the show is the importance of community and helping others. Rastamouse and the Easy Crew are always looking for ways to help their community and make it a better place. The show encourages children to be kind and generous and to think of others. The show teaches children the importance of being a good citizen and making a positive impact on the community.

The show also deals with the theme of creativity and self-expression. It encourages children to be creative and to express themselves through music and art. It also teaches children that it’s important to be true to oneself and to embrace one’s unique talents and abilities.

So don’t hesitate to follow the adventures of Da Easy Crew, a reggae band consisting of colorful and talented mice! Whenever something dodgy happens in Mouseland, the crew gets a phone call from the president who expects them to solve the mystery. All the members of Da Easy Crew speak with a Jamaican accent. The catchphrase of the show is “Make a bad ting good” and the emphasis lies on the importance of solving problems with mutual love and respect and never resort to violence.

Who are the main characters of Rastamouse?


Rastamouse: He's the lead guitarist of Da Easy Crew, a band of mice. He's also fighting crime.
Scratchy: She's the bass player of Da Easy Crew, but also features as a DJ.
Zoomer: He's the bongo player in the band, and he's the fastest mouse of Mouseland.
Wensley Dale: He is the president of Mouseland, and calls Da Easy Crew whenever there's a mystery that needs to be solved.
Bagga T: This mouse is a hip-hop rapper.
Missy D: She runs the dance studio in Mouseland. She still dances herself too.
Bandulu: He's the cook at the orphanage. His specialty is cheese pies.
Fats: He's a mechanic in Mouseland. His garage is called Fats' 4x4 Garage.
Mixie: She's a beatboxer.
Natty Kass: She's a fashion designer.

Production studio: Mackinnon and Saunders

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