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In Hollywood, side by side with humans, there live cartoon characters known as "toons". These animal-like creatures possess amusing abilities that contradict laws of physics: they can challenge gravity, break into pieces when struck, get squashed when slammed by an anvil, swallow bombs, get frozen or burned without any damage. Toons use these abilities to entertain audience.
However, Bonkers D. Bobcat, who used to be a comedy actor, has chosen another path. Now Hollywood can sleep peacefully, because the one and only toon cop is on the beat. Of course not all people like Bonkers' approach to crime fighting, especially when it comes to walking through imaginary doors, throwing cream pies or accelerating the squad car up to supersonic speed; but as long as toon methods are effective, Bonkers will maintain order in the city.

Bonkers is a spin-off from He's Bonkers! (see Raw Toonage), a mini-series about the zany toon bobcat and his toon friends. Despite the fiasco of Raw Toonage, Bonkers turned out popular enough to get his own series.
The series splits into two independent subplots. The first one, produced by Duane Capizzi and Bob Hathcock, premiered on Disney Channel on February 28, 1993 and features Bonkers working in the Hollywood Police with a young girl named Miranda Wright as his partner and a middle-aged man named Francis Grating as his boss. The second (and final) subplot, produced by Robert Taylor, is logically set before the first one and explains how Bonkers became a cop, how he teamed up with Lucky Piquel (his first partner) and why Lucky was replaced with Miranda.
The first subplot (seasons 2 and 4) consists of 19 episodes, the second one (seasons 1 and 3) lasts for 42, including the pilot two-parter "Going Bonkers" (premiered on Disney Channel on September 4, 1993) and the transitional episode "New Partners on the Block". Together with 4 blocks of short cartoons from He's Bonkers!, this makes a total of 65.

Episode Info

Final: 4x09 -- Toon For A Day (Jun/06/1993)

Sergeant Grating gets hit on the head and starts thinking he is toon beaver Bucky Buzzsaw. While Bonkers and Miranda are trying to convince Chief Kanifky that Grating hasn't gone crazy, he has to bust Wild Man Wyatt while thinking and acting like a toon.
Jim CummingsJim Cummings
voiced Bonkers D. Bobcat, Lucky Piquel
Karla DeVitoKarla DeVito
voiced Miranda Wright (S02, S04)
Earl BoenEarl Boen
voiced Chief Kanifky
Ron PerlmanRon Perlman
voiced Sergeant Grating (S02, S04)
Sherry LynnSherry Lynn
voiced Marilyn Piquel


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Recurring Guests

Frank Welker as Sound effects man (32 eps)
Jeff Bennett as Roderick Lizzard (22 eps)
April Winchell as Female Reporter (18 eps)
Sherry Lynn as Marilyn Piquel, Maggie (16 eps)
Corey Burton as Ludwig Von Drake (14 eps)
Charlie Adler as Police Light, Bubba Bear (13 eps)
Maurice LaMarche as Smarts (10 eps)
Rodger Bumpass as Grumbles Grizzly, Agent Tolson (10 eps)
Pat Fraley as Ma's Henchman (9 eps)
S. Scott Bullock as Mr. Big (8 eps)

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Classification: Animation
Genre: Animation General | Children
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 04, 1993
Ended: February 23, 1994
• Чокнутый (Used In Russia)
• ボンカーズ (Used In Japan)
• 邦卡猫 (Used In China)
• Disney's Bonkers (Syndicated Title), (Used In USA)
• Szmergiel (Used In Poland)
• Μπόνκερς (Used In Greece)
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