|All-New Dennis the Menace|
|Also known as||Dennis the Menace|
The Incredible Dennis the Menace  
|Created by||Sean Roche|
Robert Shellhorn 
|Developed by||Sean Roche|
|Written by|| Hank Ketcham |
Sean Roche 
Lori Crawford 
|Directed by||Robert Shellhorn|
|Voices of|| Adam Wylie |
|Music by||Tom Worrall |
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Executive producer||Andy Heyward |
Kent W. Meredith 
Kurt Weldon 
|Production companies|| DIC Animation City |
Saerom Animation (animation)
|Original release||September 18 –|
December 11, 1993 
All-New Dennis the Menace is an animated series based on the comic strip by Hank Ketcham. It ran in 1993 on CBS, while the 1986 series was still airing in syndication,  capitalizing on the success of a live-action film adaptation of the comic strip that was released the same year.  The series was produced by DIC Entertainment and Reteitalia, S.p.A., in association with Spanish network Telecinco. Much like the latter, All-New was sponsored by General Mills.
|No.||Title||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"Brother Rats"||Sean Roche||September 18, 1993|
|2||"Hospitality"||Doug Molitor||September 25, 1993|
|3||"It's a Guy Thing"||Sean Roche & Barry O'Brien||October 2, 1993|
|4||"Pains, Trains & Automobiles"||Julianne Klemm||October 9, 1993|
|5||"Like Master, Like Mutt"||David Bennett Carren & J. Larry Carroll||October 16, 1993|
|6||"Lock, Stock & Grumble"||Eleanor Burian-Mohr & Jack Hanrahan||October 23, 1993|
|7||"Caution: Boy at Work"||Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly||October 30, 1993|
|8||"Fortune Fix"||Francis Moss||November 6, 1993|
|9||"Navy Destroyer"||Sean Roche||November 13, 1993|
|10||"Yankee Doodle Dennis/Mom's Helper"||David Weimers/Francis Moss||November 20, 1993|
|11||"Wish You Weren't Here"||Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly|
Story by : David Weimers
|November 27, 1993|
|12||"Pig Out/Battle of the Bonding"||Jess Winfield/Doug Molitor||December 4, 1993|
|13||"Dennis the Genius"||Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy||December 11, 1993|
The series' opening theme was adapted from the overture to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's opera The Marriage of Figaro .   The series' score also consists of classical music adaptations from overtures,  such as the one from Gioachino Rossini's The Barber of Seville .
Buena Vista Home Video released two single-episode VHS tapes in 1994, featuring the episodes "It's a Guy Thing" and "Hospitality".
Roadshow Entertainment released several VHS tapes in Australia in the mid-90s.   
Magna Pacific released all 13 episodes (except "Pig Out" and "Battle of the Bonding") on three separate region 4 DVD volumes in Australia in 2004,    
Anchor Bay UK released a single DVD volume in June 2004, containing the first four episodes of the series. This DVD was reissued under Anchor Bay's "Price Wise" budget DVD imprint in August 2006.
In June 2005, Avenue Entertainment released two DVD volumes containing two episodes each.
In 2002, DIC produced a Television Film as part of their DIC Movie Toons series, titled Dennis the Menace: Cruise Control. It originally premiered on television on Nickelodeon on October 27, 2002,   and was released on VHS and DVD shortly afterward by MGM Home Entertainment, and later aired internationally on Disney Channel and Toon Disney. Instead of duplicating the look and feel of this show, it harked back instead to the character designs from the better-known 1986 Dennis the Menace series, also produced by DIC. It marks the first Dennis the Menace project released after Hank Ketcham's death on June 1, 2001.
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