Gobbleville is a small town where the characters are turkeys that behave like people. The suburban landscape sets the stage for the citizens of Gobbleville to live and work. They attend barbecues, fairs, festivals and parades in a homespun community.
The background setting is a time when there was a cultural explosion of museums, amusement parks, and themed restaurants.
At the center of the town is City Hall. Around the corner is Gotta Flap Dance Studio, where Anamazie takes Ballet, Jazz, and Tap classes. Nearby is Wattle View School for general education. The Feather Fluff Beauty Salon offers a variety of cosmetic treatments. Next to the National Bank is the Okie-Dokie Diner.
Everyone brings their fine clothing to the Spick & Span Dry Cleaners. The Spring Valley Fire Department is at the corner of Gobbleville Boulevard and Pickle Place. Then there's Fan-the-Tail Lanes and the Kee-Kee-Run Arcade. Near the Gas Station is Slim Gym. The one and only grocery store is Reed’s Feed Shop with grass, grain, insects, berries, vegetable scraps and leafy greens.
Gollywood, which is dominated by the film industry, is nearby. Gollywood is electric and promoted as the most glamorous place in the world. The turkeys of Gobbleville are skeptical of this big city because it seems so outlandish.
Edith Noggin designs the perfect costume for Anamazie in her first film "The Turkey and I'. She is especially knowledgeable on the right colors and the needed movement for musicals.