Where's Wally?: The Animated Series is a joint venture between American/Canadian/British animated television series production, animated by DIC Animation City and The Waldo Film Company. The television series aired on CBS Kids for one season (1991) and later reaired on Nickelodeon. The program's opening song "Where's Wally?" was composed by Michael Tavera. It was later followed by a couple of straight-to-video films which had a different voice cast except for Julian Holloway. The distribution rights to the show are currently held by HIT Entertainment.
The host of a lowbrow talk show, Wally Sparks (Rodney Dangerfield) goes out of his way to shock and offend his fans, but he eventually goes too far and begins to lose his audience. Tasked with finding a way to boost ratings by network head Lenny Spencer (Burt Reynolds), Wally must win back his viewers. When Wally sets out to get one of his chief critics, the Southern governor Floyd Preston (David Ogden Stiers), on the show, misadventures ensue for the tactless TV personality.
The Vulture Wally (German: Die Geierwally) is a 1921 German silent drama film directed by Ewald André Dupont and starring Albert Steinrück, Henny Porten and William Dieterle. The film is a bergfilm based on a novel by Wilhelmine von Hillern. It is a melodrama set in the Alps, and was one of Dupont's most successful films of the early 1920s.