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Encyclopedia > Donkey Kong Country (TV series)
Donkey Kong Country
Format Animation
Created by Jacques Goldstein
Philippe Percebois
Developed by Western International Communications Entertainment
Starring Andrew Sabiston
Aron Tager
Richard Yearwood
Joy Tanner
Damon D' Oliveira
Ben Campbell
Len Carlson
Ron Rubin
Frank Welker
Neil Ross
Adrian Truss
Donald Burda
Louise Vallance
Andy Hamielton
Country of origin France
No. of episodes 40
Production
Running time 30 minutes per episode
Production
company(s)
Nelvana Nintendo
Broadcast
Original channel France 2
Original run August 15, 1998July 7, 2000
External links
IMDb profile

Donkey Kong Country is a computer-generated animated television series based on the successful Nintendo franchise Donkey Kong as portrayed in the Donkey Kong Country video game series by Rare. The series was created by French studio France 2 and Nelvana. It was originally titled La Planète Donkey Kong. It first aired in France on September 4, 1996; it premiered late in North America on August 15, 1998. The series won in 1999 a (public voted) award at 7 d'Or for Best Animation and Youth Program (Meilleure émission d'animation et de jeunesse). Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... Computer and video games redirects here. ... Gameplay includes all player experiences during the interaction with game systems, especially formal games. ... Image File history File links Question_book-3. ... The bouncing ball animation (below) consists of these 6 frames. ... Andrew Sabiston (born 1965) is a Canadian actor and sometime librettist. ... Aron Tager (born 1934 in Brooklyn, New York) is an actor and artist. ... Richard Yearwood is a Canadian voice-over artist and character actor who does the voice of Donkey Kong in Donkey Kong Country and other film roles. ... Joy Tanner (born on March 7) is an American-born actress, who currently co-stars as Nora MacDonald in the Canadian TV series Life with Derek. ... Ben Campbell may refer to: Ben Nighthorse Campbell, U.S. Senator from Colorado Ben Campbell (Houston mayor) Ben Campbell (Geelong) This human name article is a disambiguation page — a list of pages that might otherwise share the same title, which is a persons or persons name. ... Len Carlson (September 2, 1937 – January 26, 2006) was a Canadian voice actor on many animated television series from the 1960s onward, and was also a Kraft Canada TV pitchman during the 1970s and 1980s. ... Ron Rubin (born August 27, 1959 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is a veteran voice actor whose voice is most easily recognized as that of Artemis from the English translation of Sailor Moon. ... Franklin W. Welker (born March 12, 1946) is an American voice actor. ... Neil Ross (born December 31, 1944) (sometimes credited as Neilson Ross) is a British voice actor and announcer, now resident and working in Los Angeles, in the United States. ... This article, image, template or category belongs in one or more categories. ... Louise Vallance, (born Stephanie Louise Vallance, going by Stevie Vallance in some credits) was born in Montréal, Québec, is an actress that predominantly does voice acting. ... This article is about the entertainment company. ... For the video game system, see Nintendo Entertainment System. ... is the 227th day of the year (228th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1998 (MCMXCVIII) was a common year starting on Thursday (link will display full 1998 Gregorian calendar). ... is the 188th day of the year (189th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday. ... See also: Computer-generated imagery Computer animation is the art of creating moving images via the use of computers. ... Animation refers to the process in which each frame of a film or movie is produced individually, whether generated as a computer graphic, or by photographing a drawn image, or by repeatedly making small changes to a model (see claymation and stop motion), and then photographing the result. ... A television program is the content of television broadcasting. ... For the video game system, see Nintendo Entertainment System. ... Donkey Kong is a video game series created by Shigeru Miyamoto, featuring a gorilla called Donkey Kong. ... For the television series, see Donkey Kong Country (TV series). ... Rare, Ltd is a United Kingdom-based video game development company. ... This article is about the entertainment company. ... is the 247th day of the year (248th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... North American redirects here. ... is the 227th day of the year (228th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1998 (MCMXCVIII) was a common year starting on Thursday (link will display full 1998 Gregorian calendar). ... Events of 2008: (EMILY) Me Lesley and MIley are going to China! This article is about the year. ...


The show begins by portraying Donkey Kong, a regular ape in the jungle who happens to stumble upon a magic coconut called the Crystal Coconut that summons (at Donkey's command) a pile of magic bananas. After Donkey and his friends consume the bananas, they are granted with increased intelligence and strength, enabling them to defeat enemies such as King K. Rool and Kaptain Skurvy, who wish to possess the Crystal Coconut for themselves. Each episode features two songs performed by cast members. K. Rool (a pun on the word cruel) is a fictional villain who appears in a number of video games by numerous developers (primarily Rareware and Nintendo) featuring Donkey Kong. ... The Crystal Coconut is a fictional item in the Donkey Kong Country video game series. ...


Four episodes were released in North America on a single VHS cassette titled, Donkey Kong Country: The Legend of the Crystal Coconut and was marketed as a feature length film. But these episodes were recorded in poor chronological order, when a flash back shown in the third episode actually happened in the fourth episode of the tape. In the DVDs Donkey Kong Country Vol.1 (Released in Australia) and Donkey Kong Country - Bad Hair Day (Released in the United Kingdom) they also put a few episodes. The other two DVDs, Donkey Kong Country: Hooray for Holly Kongo Bongo and Donkey Kong Country: The Kongo Bongo Festival of Lights (Both were released in Australia) only held one episode. Bottom view of VHS cassette with magnetic tape exposed Top view of VHS cassette with front casing removed The Video Home System, better known by its abbreviation VHS, is a recording and playing standard. ...


Donkey Kong Country was one of the earlier television series to be computer-animated to match the artistic style of the Rare video game series, and garnered critical acclaim in France and Japan but only marginal success in the West. Several elements of the series appeared in later Donkey Kong Country video games such as Donkey Kong 64, which was released a year after the show had started airing on ABC Family. Donkey Kong 64 is a 3D platformer video game developed by Rare for the Nintendo 64. ... ABC Family is an American cable television network currently owned by Disney-ABC Television Group, a division of The Walt Disney Company. ...


The show had a large line of merchandise in Japan including a collectible card game, featuring drawings of characters some that never appeared in the series. The card game was later adapted to be based on Donkey Kong 64. The television series took over the TV Tokyo 6:30 P.M. timeslot from Gokudo, and was later replaced with Hamtaro. The logo of TV Tokyo. ... Gokudo ) is an anime about a mercenary named Gokudo (full name is Gokudo Yuccot Kikansky). ... Hamtaro , lit. ...

Contents

Characters

This shot of the Kongs was used for many products released in Japan.

Image File history File links Screenshot of the Kongs from the Donkey Kong Country TV series. ... Image File history File links Screenshot of the Kongs from the Donkey Kong Country TV series. ...

Characters

These characters all came from Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (mostly the former, though). However, some of them went through some design changes.

  • Donkey Kong - The show's titular character, and the future ruler of Kongo Bongo Island. Voiced by Richard Yearwood.
  • Diddy Kong - DK's sidekick and his "favorite nephew." Voiced by Andrew Sabiston, who had earlier voiced Yoshi in Super Mario World. But the show makes no reference to their relation. DK just always refers to him as his "little buddy".
  • Cranky Kong - DK's grandfather, who often mixes potions. He is able to use the Crystal Coconut to show up as a hologram whenever he needs to alert DK. The show makes no mention of how he and DK are related, or of his days in the arcade games, nor does he refer to him as "Pappy" or "Dad".
  • Candy Kong - DK's girlfriend. She is much less passive than in the games, and even has a different design to match. Part of her design for the show was mixed with her old game design for Donkey Kong 64. Voiced by Joy Tanner.
  • Funky Kong - The resident airport manager. He looks as he did in the first game, but has tan fur instead of brown. In Donkey Kong Country he owns a surprisingly maneuverable biplane, and has a very strong Jamaican accent and apparently believes in Karma and 'bad vibes'. He is also very laid back.
  • Dixie Kong - Diddy's unofficial girlfriend, and the only character on the show directly from the second Country. Like Candy, her design differs a bit (but not as much), and she also has been given tan fur like Funky. Ironically, while Candy is less passive than in the games, unfortunately Dixie isn't quite as dynamic, as she doesn't get much action. She also has a habit of losing her pets.
King K. Rool as seen in the TV cartoon.
  • King K. Rool - The main villain of the series, always attempting to steal the Crystal Coconut and take over the island. His physical appearance changes are that he's got a beer belly, he's lacking a tail, and that his cape is much shorter. His trademark eye tic is also absent (but his facial expressions will sometimes incorporate the tic). Voiced by Ben Campbell.
  • Krusha - K. Rool's bodyguard. He has the IQ of a young child and enjoys watching the Sing Along with Uncle Swampy Show. Voiced by Ron Rubin during season 1 and Frank Welker during season 2.
  • Klump - K. Rool's general. He often carries out his boss's plans, but without success. Voiced by the late Len Carlson, who had earlier voiced Ganon in The Legend of Zelda.
  • Kritters - Basically described as K. Rool's answer to Bowser's Koopa Troopas. They look as they did in the first game, but are armed with Klap-Blasters.
  • Klaptraps - Klaptraps like to eat wooden surfaces in the manner of termites. They are fired out of Klap-Blasters by the Kritters and usually give comments on whatever they are eating.

Donkey Kong ), sometimes abbreviated to DK, is a fictional character who first appeared in Nintendos popular 1981 video game bearing the same name. ... Richard Yearwood is a Canadian voice-over artist and character actor who does the voice of Donkey Kong in Donkey Kong Country and other film roles. ... Diddy Kong is a fictional character in the Donkey Kong series of video games. ... Andrew Sabiston (born 1965) is a Canadian actor and sometime librettist. ... This article is about the Nintendo character Yoshi. ... A number of television programs based on the Super Mario Bros. ... Cranky Kong Cranky Kong is a character from the Donkey Kong series of video games. ... Candy Kong as she appears in the promotional art for Donkey Kong SNES and GBA games. ... Joy Tanner (born on March 7) is an American-born actress, who currently co-stars as Nora MacDonald in the Canadian TV series Life with Derek. ... Funky Kong is a fictional character created by Rare, and added to the Donkey Kong franchise in Donkey Kong Country. ... Dixie Kong is a fictional video game character in the Donkey Kong series. ... Image File history File links King K. Rool as he appeared in the DKC cartoon. ... Image File history File links King K. Rool as he appeared in the DKC cartoon. ... K. Rool (a pun on the word cruel) is a fictional villain who appears in a number of video games by numerous developers (primarily Rareware and Nintendo) featuring Donkey Kong. ... The factual accuracy of this article is disputed. ... Lack Township is a township located in Juniata County, Pennsylvania. ... A scorpion tail The tail is the section at the rear end of an animals body; in general, the term refers to a distinct, flexible appendage to the torso. ... For other uses, see Cape (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Eye (disambiguation). ... Not to be confused with Tick. ... Ben Campbell may refer to: Ben Nighthorse Campbell, U.S. Senator from Colorado Ben Campbell (Houston mayor) Ben Campbell (Geelong) This human name article is a disambiguation page — a list of pages that might otherwise share the same title, which is a persons or persons name. ... Ron Rubin (born August 27, 1959 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is a veteran voice actor whose voice is most easily recognized as that of Artemis from the English translation of Sailor Moon. ... Franklin W. Welker (born March 12, 1946) is an American voice actor. ... Klump in Donkey Kong Country Klumps are enemies in the Donkey Kong Country series. ... Len Carlson (September 2, 1937 – January 26, 2006) was a Canadian voice actor on many animated television series from the 1960s onward, and was also a Kraft Canada TV pitchman during the 1970s and 1980s. ... Ganon ), also known as Ganondorf ) in his human form, is a fictional character and the main antagonist of several games in Nintendos The Legend of Zelda series. ... The Legend of Zelda is a cartoon series based on the popular Legend of Zelda video games created by Shigeru Miyamoto. ... Bowser, full name being Bowser Koopa sometimes referred to as King Koopa and known in Japan, and Norway as simply Koopa ), is a video game character in Nintendos Mario series. ... A Koopa Troopa ) is a creature of the fictional turtle species in the Mario video game series. ... Families Mastotermitidae Kalotermitidae Termopsidae Hodotermitidae Rhinotermitidae Serritermitidae Termitidae Reference: Earthlife as of 2002-07-26 A termite (also known as a white ant) is any member of the order Isoptera, a group of social insects that eat wood and other cellulose-rich vegetable matter. ...

Characters exclusive to the show

These characters appeared only in the show, and did not appear in any games.

  • Bluster Kong - The boss of the Bluster Barrelworks factory, where Barrels are produced. He has a big ego and constantly hits on Candy (his lone employee), unsuccessfully.
  • Junior the Giant Klaptrap - As his name suggests, he is an abnormally large Klaptrap (about Diddy's size).
  • Polly Roger the Parrot - Formerly the pet parrot of Kaptain Skurvy, Polly Roger now works for K. Rool. He and Klump do not get along well.
  • Baby Kong - Donkey Kong's nephew. Not to be confused with Kiddy Kong from Donkey Kong Country 3.
  • Robot Candy Clone - A robot look-alike of Candy created by K. Rool to lure DK into certain traps.
  • Kaptain Skurvy - A secondary villain for the series, and a pirate-themed one. His design resembles Kannon from the second Country game, and it has even been revealed that he is Klump's long lost older brother.
  • Kutlass and Green Kroc - Skurvy's minions, the former of whom shares a name with one of the enemies from the second game. Green Kroc, despite his name, resembles a black Kritter, whereas Kutlass looks like a lighter-shaded K. Rool.
  • Eddie the Mean Old Yeti - A white-furred ape who lives alone in the White Mountains. He doesn't seem to like it when other characters intrude on his territory. As Bluster may be based on Swanky Kong, Eddie is possibly based on Manky Kong from Donkey Kong Country.
  • Inka Dinka Doo - The temple god from where the Crystal Coconut came. It was he who selected DK to be the future ruler. He appears as a stone column on which expressions on featured. This stone block turns around to show the expression that matches his current mood. Hidden deep within his temple is the Golden Banana, an item reputed to have magical powers so great, they rival those of the Crystal Coconut.
  • Kong Fu - In a challenge to decide who the ruler of Kongo Bongo will be, K. Rool enlists the help of this martial arts master to help him win. He clearly has the advantage over DK in the Mind and Body challenges, but lost the challenge of the Heart due to DK's refusal to hit him while he was afraid of the dark during a solar eclipse. He forfeited when he overheard K. Rool and his goons saying how big of a sissy he was for being scared of the dark.
  • The Bog Monster - A recurring incidental character in the TV Movie "Legend of the crystal coconut", said to lurk inside the forbidden forest. At first, he is the main reason DK is afraid to go into the forest and look for the "well of woe" (which was made up by cranky as a practical joke), because he claimed to have seen it as a kid. When Skurvy steals the crystal coconut, Cranky tells DK that it was actually him trying to teach him not to enter the forest. However, on their way out, when they encounter Klump and Krusha sunken in the marsh and make a joke about it, Klump describes it to Krusha as "A big, hairy creature that eats everything in sight", being the first hint to its existence. Later, when K.rool steals the coconut, DK tricks him into standing over the marsh, causing him to sink. He was partially assisted by Diddy's "roar impersonations", but when he comes out of the bushes, he claims to still be watiting for DK's cue. Moments later, as they flee in terror, Klump and Krusha come to help King K.Rool, but as they finish pulling him out of the marsh, a final roar is heard, leaving the existence of this character at uncertainty.

Bluster Kong Bluster Kong is a fictional ape created for the animated series based off of the Super NES game Donkey Kong Country. ... Kiddy Kong Kiddy Kong (known as Dinky Kong in Japan) was created by Rareware to be partnered up with his cousin Dixie Kong in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kongs Double Trouble! for the game. ... A screenshot depicting one of Donkey Kong Country 3s protagonists, Kiddy Kong. ... Eddie the Yeti is delighted by the flame of a match stick. ...

Episodes

  1. Bad Hair Day
  2. Ape Foo Young
  3. Booty And The Beast
  4. Barrel, Barrel, Who’s Got The Barrel
  5. Kong For A Day
  6. Raiders of the Lost Banana
  7. From Zero to Hero
  8. Buried Treasure
  9. Cranky's Tickle Tonic
  10. Get A Life, Don’t Save One
  11. Orangutango
  12. Double Date Trouble
  13. The Curse Of Kongo Bongo
  14. Speed
  15. Klump's Lumps
  16. Bluster's Sale Ape-Stravaganza
  17. The Legend of the Crystal Coconut
  18. Kong Fu
  19. I Spy with My Hairy Eye
  20. Bug a Boogie
  21. Watch the Skies
  22. Baby Kong Blues
  23. Ape-Nesia
  24. The Big Chill-Out
  25. To the Moon Baboon
  26. A Thin Line Between Love and Ape
  27. Hooray For Holly-Kongo Bongo
  28. The Kongo Bongo Festival of Lights
  29. Speak No Evil, Dude
  30. The Day The Island Stood Still
  31. Monkey Seer, Monkey Do
  32. Four Weddings And A Coconut
  33. Follow That Coconut
  34. Vote of Kong-Fidence
  35. The Big Switch-A-Roo
  36. Hunka Hunka Burnin' Bluster
  37. Best of Enemies
  38. It's a Wonderful Life
  39. Just Kidding
  40. Message in a Bottle Show

Voice actors

Character English VA Japanese VA
Donkey Kong Richard Yearwood Kōichi Yamadera
Diddy Kong Andrew Sabiston Megumi Hayashibara
Cranky Kong Aron Tager Ryūsei Nakao
Candy Kong Joy Tanner Mika Kanai
Bluster Kong Donald Burda Daiki Nakamura
Funky Kong Damon D'Oliveira Banana Ice
Dixie Kong Louise Vallance Becky
K. Rool Ben Campbell Jūrōta Kosugi
Klump Adrian Truss; Keiichi Sonobe
Krusha Ron Rubin Tomohisa Asō
Kritter Lawrence Bayne N/A
Polly Roger the Parrot Charles Adler Motoko Kumai
Eddie the Mean Old Yeti Len Carlson Kenyu Horiuchi
Inka Dinka Doo Rick Jones Tomohisa Asō

Donkey Kong ), sometimes abbreviated to DK, is a fictional character who first appeared in Nintendos popular 1981 video game bearing the same name. ... Richard Yearwood is a Canadian voice-over artist and character actor who does the voice of Donkey Kong in Donkey Kong Country and other film roles. ... Koichi Yamadera ), born June 17, 1961 in Tagajo, Miyagi, is a Japanese seiyu and singer who also hosts Oha Star, a childrens TV show in Japan. ... Diddy Kong is a fictional character in the Donkey Kong series of video games. ... Andrew Sabiston (born 1965) is a Canadian actor and sometime librettist. ... Megumi Hayashibara ), born March 30, 1967 in Kita, Tokyo, Japan) is a very popular Japanese seiyÅ«, lyricist and singer. ... Cranky Kong Cranky Kong is a character from the Donkey Kong series of video games. ... Aron Tager (born 1934 in Brooklyn, New York) is an actor and artist. ... RyÅ«sei Nakao ) is a veteran seiyÅ«, or voice actor, who was born on February 5, 1951 in Tokyo, Japan. ... Candy Kong as she appears in the promotional art for Donkey Kong SNES and GBA games. ... Joy Tanner (born on March 7) is an American-born actress, who currently co-stars as Nora MacDonald in the Canadian TV series Life with Derek. ... Mika Kanai (かない みか Kanai Mika, originally 金井 美香 Kanai Mika, born March 18, 1964) is a Japanese voice actress who was born in Tokyo. ... Bluster Kong Bluster Kong is a fictional ape created for the animated series based off of the Super NES game Donkey Kong Country. ... Nakamura Daiki (中村 大樹) is a seiyu who was born on December 25, 1962 in Tokyo. ... Funky Kong is a fictional character created by Rare, and added to the Donkey Kong franchise in Donkey Kong Country. ... Dixie Kong is a fictional video game character in the Donkey Kong series. ... Louise Vallance, (born Stephanie Louise Vallance, going by Stevie Vallance in some credits) was born in Montréal, Québec, is an actress that predominantly does voice acting. ... Image:Becky. ... King K. Rool from Donkey Kong Country. ... JÅ«rōta Kosugi ) is a veteran seiyÅ« born December 19, 1957 in Yokohama, Japan. ... Klump in Donkey Kong Country Klumps are enemies in the Donkey Kong Country series. ... This article, image, template or category belongs in one or more categories. ... Keiichi Sonobe ) (September 16, 1960 - ) is a male seiyÅ« from Tokyo affiliated with 81 Produce. ... Ron Rubin (born August 27, 1959 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is a veteran voice actor whose voice is most easily recognized as that of Artemis from the English translation of Sailor Moon. ... Tomohisa Asō ) (May 13, ???? - )is a male seiyÅ« from Kanagawa Prefecture affiliated with Aoni Production. ... Lawrence Bayne is a Canadian actor, born November 11, 1960 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. ... For other persons named Charles Adler, see Charles Adler (disambiguation). ... The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ... Eddie the Yeti is delighted by the flame of a match stick. ... Kenyu Horiuchi ) is a veteran seiyÅ« (voice actor) who was born July 30, 1957 in Gotenba, Shizuoka, Japan. ... Inka Dinka Doo is in The Donkey Kong Country (TV series). ... Rick Jones is a common name, shared by several well-known people, including: Rick Jones (actor) Rick Jones (comics) Rick Jones (television presenter) This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Tomohisa Asō ) (May 13, ???? - )is a male seiyÅ« from Kanagawa Prefecture affiliated with Aoni Production. ...

Guest stars

Andrew Sabiston (born 1965) is a Canadian actor and sometime librettist. ... Joy Tanner (born on March 7) is an American-born actress, who currently co-stars as Nora MacDonald in the Canadian TV series Life with Derek. ... Neil Ross (born December 31, 1944) (sometimes credited as Neilson Ross) is a British voice actor and announcer, now resident and working in Los Angeles, in the United States. ... John Stocker was born in Canada on August 12, 1948. ... Dan Hennessey is a Canadian voice actor who, early on in his career, spent time in Toronto performing with John Candy and Gilda Radner. ...

External links

The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is an online database of information about movies, actors, television shows, production crew personnel, and video games. ... The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is an online database of information about movies, actors, television shows, production crew personnel, and video games. ... Donkey Kong is a video game series created by Shigeru Miyamoto, featuring a gorilla called Donkey Kong. ... Donkey Kong ) is an arcade game that was released by Nintendo in 1981. ... It has been suggested that Donkey Kong 2 be merged into this article or section. ... Donkey Kong Jr. ... Donkey Kong 3 ) is the third video game in the original Donkey Kong series by Nintendo. ... Donkey Kong (Also known as Donkey Kong 94) is a platform game developed by Nintendo for the Game Boy handheld video game system, which also contains puzzle elements. ... For the television series, see Donkey Kong Country (TV series). ... Donkey Kong 64 is a 3D platformer video game developed by Rare for the Nintendo 64. ... Donkey Konga Jungle Beat ) is a Nintendo GameCube video game featuring the gorilla Donkey Kong and played with a pair of bongos (tarukonga). ... Donkey Kong Wii is an upcoming video game for Nintendos Wii. ... Donkey Kong Land is a video game developed by Rareware for the Game Boy. ... Donkey Kong Land 2 was the sequel to 1995s Game Boy hit, Donkey Kong Land. ... Donkey Kong Land III is the third and final entry in the Donkey Kong Land trilogy of games for the original Game Boy. ... Diddy Kong Racing is a 1997 racing game for the Nintendo 64 developed by Rareware. ... Donkey Kong Racing is a canceled video game for the Nintendo GameCube. ... Diddy Kong Pilot game was presented originally in E3 2001 by Rareware / Nintendo for GameBoy Advance. ... Diddy Kong Racing DS is a racing game developed by Rare for the Nintendo DS. It is Rares first Nintendo DS game, and was released on February 5, 2007 in North America, April 20, 2007 in Europe and April 19, 2007 in Australia. ... Donkey Kong Barrel Blast , lit. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Donkey Konga 2 is the sequel to Donkey Konga for the Nintendo GameCube, a game where you must pound on a special, barrel-like controller called the DK Bongos along with a selected song. ... // Donkey Kong Series The games in this section are classed as any single-screen games that primrily feature Donkey Kong (normally as the antgonist). ... Donkey Kong is one of the characters that helped break Nintendo into the homes and hearts of many gamers throughout the world. ...

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Donkey Kong Country TV Show - Donkey Kong Country Television Show - TV.com (446 words)
Very deep in the jungle there is Donkey Kong, a regular ape in the jungle who found a magic coconut that gave him one wish.
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After Donkey and his friends consume the bananas, they are granted with increased intelligence and strength, enabling them to defeat enemies such as King K. Rool and Kaptain Skurvy, who wish to possess the Crystal Coconut for themselves.
Donkey Kong Country was one of the earlier television series to be computer-animated to match the artistic style of the Rare video game series, and garnished critical acclaim in France and Japan but only marginal success in the West.
Kaptain Skurvy - A secondary villain for the series, and a pirate-themed one.
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