ROME, ITALY—Walt Disney Television’s hit series “Kim Possible” scored two top prizes at Italy’s Cartoons on the Bay festival. “Kim Possible,” in which a teenage girl leads a double life as an action hero, was awarded the Pulcinella prizes for Best Overall Program and Best Television Series for Kids. The Pulcinella prize is an international award given annually by the festival to recognize excellence in television animation programs. The Cartoons on the Bay website describes its choice for Best Overall Program as: “Lively pacing, funny dialogue and an inventive script, coupled with a contemporary visual style…”
With its unique combination of comedy and action, Kim Possible is that highly unusual series that has equal appeal for both boys and girls. Nancy was very excited to hear that the show had won its first of, which she is sure, many awards.