Pingu is a Swiss children's television series that was released in 1990 by the German filmmaker Otmar Gutman, The Actors David Sant, Carlo Bonomi, Marcello Magni, and the writer Silvio Mazzola. Pingu has been censored for some scary ice monsters which have not just frightened Pingu, but a lot of young viewers too. ... This episode was placed with an unofficial ban from broadcast distribution due to the Giant Walrus being frightening and haunting for many young viewers.

Censorship Edit

Season 1 Edit

  • Episode 1: Pingg smacks Pingu on his head, and Pingo makes Pingu trip on his ball was cut.
  • Episode 6: The shot where Pingu pretends to be sick was once cut in the USA
  • Episode 14: Pingu's mother spanking Pingu and Pingu running away from his house. The episode also featured some scary ice monsters which have not just frightened Pingu, but a lot of young viewers too.
  • Episode 19: Toilet humour, the realistic appearance of urination, and alcoholic references.
  • Episode 26: Giant Walrus is frightening and haunting Pingu, But not just Pingu. He is also frightening young viewers too.

Season 2 Edit

  • Episode 1: The realistic appearance of blood.
  • Episode 2: There was a minor controversy at the near end of the episode because the sign that respectively read Perestrokia (left) and Glasnost (right) was accused of promoting both Communism and the Soviet Union, it's also written in Russian. This, however, did not prompt this episode to be banned.
  • Episode 5: Beak-to-beak contact which is too innapropriate.

Season 3 Edit

  • Episode 9: Pingu's mother slaps Pingu in the face was removed.

Season 4 Edit

  • Episode 9: Mrs. Peng-Sniff chases after Pingu and Pingo with a carpet beater.
  • Episode 22: Pingu stereotyping as a Native American.
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