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Camp Lazlo
Camp Lazlo
Genre Comedy
Format Animated Series
Created by Joe Murray
Written by Joe Murray
Mark O'Hare
Mr. Lawrence
J.G. Quintel
Thurop Van Orman
Martin Olson
Merriwether Williams
Steve Little
Mike Roth
Tom King
Rick Farmiloe
Kazimieras G. Prapuolenis
Clayton McKenzie Morrow
Carey Yest
Antoine Guilibaud
Mike Kenny
Ant Ward
Steven Spielburg
Creative director(s) Mark O'Hare
Starring Carlos Alazraqui
Jeff Bennett
Tom Kenny
Mr. Lawrence
Jodi Benson
Jill Talley
Steve Little
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 61 (List of Episodes)
Executive producer(s) Joe Murray
Running time 22 minutes (11 minutes each segment)
Composer(s) Andy Paley
Production company(s) Joe Murray Productions
Cartoon Network Studios
Original channel Cartoon Network
Original run July 8, 2005 (2005-07-08) – March 27, 2008 (2008-03-27)
Status Reruns

Camp Lazlo is an American animated television series created by Joe Murray. The series was released on July 8, 2005 in the United States and November 1, 2005 in the United Kingdom. The show features a Boy Scout-like summer camp with a cast of anthropomorphic animal characters, a "retro" type of humor and cultural references.


Each episode is split into two parts approximately 11 minutes long, with the exception of two episodes. The show breaks the fourth wall, such as when Lazlo is gives an award to a camper for being the best "incidental character", and sometimes lacks continuity, as in an episode which ends with Lumpus being eaten by a lake monster.

Camp Lazlo premiered on July 8, 2005 in the USA; new episodes currently air on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM US ET/PT. In Canada, Teletoon's English channel also debuted the show June 26, 2006; but in the last week of August 2006, it was pulled from TELETOON, and returned on June 22, 2007. Due to its nature, TELETOON only airs it during the summer season. Note that despite the show being in it's fourth season, TELETOON is still airing only the first season.

In Australia and India Camp Lazlo is shown on the Cartoon Network.


Main article: Characters in Camp Lazlo

Camp Lazlo has a cast of dozens, but these are some of the main characters:

  • Lazlo-- is a cheerful Brazilian spider monkey. Often annoying Edward, he is a very happy-go lucky monkey. A hippie, Lazlo loves peace. In Camp Kidney, he is very well liked except occasionally Scoutmaster Lumpus and Commonly Edward.
  • Raj-- Raj is a cautious Indian elephant who speaks with a distinct Indian accent. Born in India, Raj is one of Lazlo's bunkmates and best friends in the Jelly Bean Cabin at Camp Kidney and is seen spending most of his time with Lazlo and Clam; the three are collectively known as the "Jelly Trio."[1] Jeff Bennett voiced Raj.
  • Clam-- is a small albino pygmy rhinoceros [1] who is part of the "Jelly Trio."[1] Although being one of the main characters of the show, he rarely speaks. He has a low voice and usually speaks in short bursts of few words, often repeating the last words that others say. Carlos Alazraqui voiced Clam.


Main article: List of Camp Lazlo episodes

As of July 2007, Camp Lazlo is in its fourth season, and a fifth is in production.

Awards & Nominees


The series won three 2006 Pulcinella Awards for Best Animated Series for Children and Best Animated Series for all ages and Lazlo was the winner of Best Character at the 10th Cartoons By The Bay Festival in Positano, Italy. It was the second consecutive year that a Cartoon Network series won the latter two awards, as the Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends character, Blooregard Q. Kazoo, won the award the year before.


"Hello Dolly / Over Cooked Beans" was nominated for an Emmy in the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming less than One Hour) category, but was defeated by The Simpsons. The episode has been hosted on the Cartoon Network website and can be viewed here.

The TV movie Where's Lazlo? has been nominated for an Emmy in the Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More) category in 2007.


Sue Mondt, a production designer on Camp Lazlo, was nominated an Annie Award for production design on the episode "Hard Days Samson."

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