Disney's version of the marsupilami first appeared on television in Raw Toonage in 1992, and was then spun off into his own eponymous show on the NBC network. Marsupilami is a fast talking marsupial who is like half-cheetah/half-monkey with a long tail. His supporting characters included Maurice the Gorilla, Stuie the Elephant, Eduardo the Jaguar, Norman the Poacher, and other characters. The original Marsupilami stories by Franquin never encountered a gorilla or elephant, since these species are native to Africa, while the marsupilami originates from South America. There were thirteen episodes in the series, and the series lasted one season. Reruns of the show were aired on both Disney Channel (1995-1998) and Toon Disney (1998-2009).
Mars protects a baby toucan from Eduardo and tries to teach it how to fly.
Mars scares his friends with campfire stories of the monstrous Cropsy, but finds that he's wrong when he meets the real Cropsy.
Mars and Maurice vacation in London, where Norman tricks them into helping him steal the crown jewels.
Norman traps Maurice to take to the zoo, telling Mars that he's taking him to a party. But now Mars wants to go, too.
Mars first meets Eduardo, a Spanish leopard who wants to eat Mars.
Norman learns hypnosis and intends to use it to control all the jungle animals as Normzan. He hypnotizes Maurice to make him his sidekick.
Corporate head Norman hires Mars and Maurice as office workers, to his regret.
A strong windstorm blows Mars all the way to the land of Oz, with Maurice playing a composite of the scarecrow, tinman, and cowardly lion, and Norman playing the wicked witch.
Chef Norman steals Mars and Maurice's big basket of fruit. But Mars and Maurice track him to the hotel kitchen.
The cat and dog use brain-enhancing devices to come up with evermore violent pranks to commit against each other.
Mars has to go through a lot of trouble to get filthy Maurice to take abath.
Hotel Clerk Sebastian has to keep everything quiet for guest Chef Louie, who's at the breaking point because of a failed restaurant opening.
Golfing expert Norman challengs Mars to a betting game of golf, and regrets it.
A trio of thuggish baby monkeys abandoned by a circus clown rob Mars of his nest.
Lifeguard Sebastian tries to kick out a seagull that's made her nest in his lifeguard chair.
Meat's smelly sock fells Santa Claus, and now the cat and dog must drive the sleigh in his place.
Norman uses the hotel air conditioning system to freeze the lake, and then challenges Mars to a game of hockey.
Norman spies on Mars and Maurice planing to go on a treasure hunt, and worms his way into joining them.
Sebastian takes the Crab Scouts on a hike, always stressing the value of the Crab Scout Manual.
A TV executive keeps casting Sebastian and Chef Louie in various different TV pilots.
Shnookums the cat is alarmed when his owners buy a guarddog named Meat. But he learns kung-fu to defend himself. The premiere short.
Norman dresses up as a female marsupilami to deceive a tourist that's trying to take a picture of a marsupilami. But Mars falls in love with Norman.
Mars and Maurice's kite gets tangled up on the hotel rooftop. But bellhop Norman won't let them inside to retrieve it.
On a stormy night, Meat thinks he's killed Shnookums! But it's not the last he's seen of the cat.
Mars and Maurice take refuge from a rainstorm in the home of Dr. Norman-stein, who wants to use Maurice's brain for his monster.