- “Girls takes down evil.”
Harvey Street Kids is an upcoming American animated action-comedy web television series that was produced and developed by Brendan Hay and Aliki Theofilopoulos for DreamWorks Animation, and is based on the Harvey Girls comic books by Harvey Comics. The series is a lot more comical, cartoony and slapsticky than the original Little Audrey theatrical cartoons.
The series set in the 1930s, following three friends, Little Audrey, Little Lotta, and Little Dot, guardians of the streets called Harvey Street, located in the big city called Harvey Town, which kids roam.
Little Audrey's theme song, Little Audrey Says, written by Winston Sharples and Buddy Kaye, was re-recorded for the TV series. It was arranged by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and sung by a female jazz singer, Kat Edmonson.
- This is Little Audrey's first television appearance.
- The series marked the first time Little Audrey wears a blue dress, since 1958's Dawg Gawn.
- It also marked the first time Little Audrey wears white gloves.
- Unlike the original theatrical cartoons, and the comic books, Little Audrey is a lot more tomboyish, so she can do boys' stuff.
- The series combined Fleischer Studios-influence style and Tex Avery-influence.
- This series appears to be a lot more cartoony and slapsticky than the original Little Audrey theatrical cartoons ever was, as well as making use of a wide array of various cartoon sound effects (mainly from the Warner Bros. and Hanna-Barbera cartoons). In fact, this series appears to have the highest level of slapstick as that of other cartoons such as Looney Tunes, Tom & Jerry, Inspector Gadget, The Lion King's Timon & Pumbaa and MGM Tex Avery cartoons.
- This is one of DreamWorks Animation's television series to use sound effects from various Hanna-Barbera cartoons and Warner Bros. cartoons, the other is Turbo FAST.
- Services in the notices range from toys, clothes, comic books, home videos, television and so on, indicating that DreamWorks Animation and NBCUniversal might be wanting to bring the Harvey Girls out of the vaults and start a multimedia franchise based off of them, entitled Little Audrey and the Harvey Girls.