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The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe

By jeremy94, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Quirky, funny cartoon is full of slapstick violence.

Prince Ivandoe TV show poster: Prince Ivandoe an anthropomorphic doe stands posing heroically with one leg on a tree stump, he holds a wooden sword high into the air.

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This animated series is full of wacky adventures and goofy over-the-top humor and cartoon violence. The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe is a quirky series that parodies chivalrous medieval tales in a goofy and slapstick way that's sure to be fun for kids. Prince Ivandoe believes he already possesses all the great qualities of a hero; in reality the prince is naïve and selfish, but well meaning in his desire to be a chivalrous hero. Somehow the prince's misadventures seem to end in a way that reinforces his delusional perception, so don't expect too many lessons for kids to learn here. The show is primarily about fun, comedy, and cartoony slapstick violence, and this series has that in spades.

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