Halvseint is an animated satirical chatshow that premièred on the Norwegian TV channel NRK1 in 2007. The show is hosted by Captain Felix and his sidekick Amy who interview both known guests and fictional characters. Halvseint is the first animated series that NRK has produced. The first season constituted six 25 minute episodes and one Christmas special that aired December 24, 2007. The second season started April 3, 2008 and lasted four episodes.
Channel Umptee-3 is a Saturday morning animated television series created by Jim George and produced by Norman Lear that aired on The WB in 1997. Ogden Ostrich, Sheldon S. Cargo, and Holey Moley drive around the world in a van with their own underground television station, while fleeing the wrath of corporate-villain Stickley Rickets. This one-season cartoon show was designed to teach kids to appreciate the wonders of everyday things, such as sleep and water. The title is derived from the fictitious number “umpteen.”
The Off-Beats is a series of animated shorts appearing on the Nickelodeon television series KaBlam!, featuring the lives of a clique of nerdy individuals, each having their own quirks. The series was created by Mo Willems, who would later create the Cartoon Network television series Sheep in the Big City. One of the similarities between the two shows was the distinct art style, which was mainly a lot of flat, dry colors and characters that moved with clothing patterns that don't. The animation was also similar to that of early UPA, Curious Pictures and Hanna-Barbera cartoons, but mostly, the series itself hearkened back to the classic Peanuts TV specials, especially since the majority of the voice cast are children actors. Each episode is scored with a jazz soundtrack, sometimes featuring big-band music, but mostly featuring a simple combination of a piano, drums and a double bass. Each segment ran for two to four minutes running time. most of the soundtracks in the shorts are similar to The Pink Panther cartoon sh
House of Cosbys was an animated cartoon about a Bill Cosby fan, who creates a cloning machine to clone a series of Cosbys, each with a different personality.
There were four episodes made by Justin Roiland, each about five minutes. An unofficial fifth episode was also made.
It was first aired on the internet television channel Channel 101, and was the first of Channel 101's programs to spend three consecutive months at the number one spot.
You're in Love, Charlie Brown is the fourth prime-time animated TV specials based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It originally aired on CBS on June 12, 1967. It is also the second non-holiday oriented Peanuts' special, following Charlie Brown's All-Stars.
Both You're in Love, Charlie Brown and He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown were nominated for an Emmy award for Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming in 1968.
The Rudy and GoGo World Famous Cartoon Show was a programming block of cartoons for TNT during the mid-1990s. Hosted by "Rowdy" Rudy R. Moore, and his pet goat Gogo, the show featured a variety of cartoon short subjects from Turner Entertainment's library, including pre-July 1948 Warner Bros.' Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, MGM cartoons such as Tom and Jerry and Droopy, and Fleischer/Famous' Popeye the Sailor. Between cartoons, Rudy, Gogo, and an African American puppet named Jesse B. Weaver would star in short host segments, usually involving floating around in a bizarre colorful spiral and randomly screaming. The show also used clips from various Turner-owned films and television series from the 1960s and 1970s for added backdrops and storylines.
Watch My Chops is an animated series about an intelligent talking dog, Corneil, and his "dog-sitter", Bernie Barges. The series was produced, written, and animated in France, and the English dubbing took place in London. The series was produced by Millimages and aired in the United States on Nicktoons, in the UK on CBBC from 2004-2007 and France on France 3 of december 2003. It starred Keith Wickham, Ben Small, Dian Perry, Dan Russell and Laurence Bouvard and more recently Mark Laidman. In the UK, the show is called Watch My Chops, named after Corneil's catchphrase; in France, it is known as Corneil et Bernie. In the United States, the shows was titled Corneil & Bernie. A DVD of the first season has been released.
Mumble Bumble is a 67 x five-minute co-production between Egmont Imagination and Cinar. It follows the adventures of an imaginative blue hippopotamus and his best friends, Chic'o, the inquisitive chicken, and Greens, the busy frog who never looks before he leaps. The idea, which is designed to be both educational and entertaining for a preschool audience, was devised by an architect called Christian Skjott.
In Canada it was broadcast on CBC Television.
Storyteller Café is a CG video series produced for children by CBN Animation. It is in production, and nine episodes have been released. The series features Gallop, the fun-loving horse; Tex, a lasso-slinging yoyo; Tina, an elephant ballerina; and Chip, a Martian computer expert.
Storyteller Café is mastered in 720p high-definition for broadcast and features Dolby Digital Surround EX and DTS 5.1 Surround Sound. Many of the episodes released on DVD provide three viewer-selectable angles: storyboard, playblasts, and final render.
Doctor Dolittle is an animated series produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises in association with 20th Century Fox Television. It was created for television by David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng in association with Paul Harrison and Lennie Weinrib. The series was broadcast on the NBC network.
Britt Allcroft's Magic Adventures of Mumfie is an animated movie and television series created by Britt Allcroft and directed by John Laurence Collins. It is based on the Mumfie novels by Katherine Tozer, which were originally published in 1936.
⁕Pinkey the Flying Pig
⁕The Black Cat
⁕The Queen of Night
⁕Mr and Mrs Admiral
Van-Pires is a computer animated children's television series that originally aired in the USA between 1997 and 1998 in syndication mostly on Fox and WB affiliates. It was produced by Abrahams/Gentile, with CGI animation being produced under MSH.
The series was rated #1 in its time slot during several broadcasts in various United States and International markets. Van-Pires was the first children's CGI-animated television series to be produced using the 3D modeling and animation software 3D Studio MAX. It was only the third CGI-animated television series of its kind to use 3D animation in every episode, and ultimately received a Sci-Fi Award.
Van-Pires also had portions of its soundtrack written and performed by John Entwistle of the band The Who and Steve Luongo Entwistle's long-time friend, producer and drummer in The John Entwistle Band. A range of other talented voices and animators were involved in production of the series.
The Van-Pires synopsis and its stories center on a group of human teenagers who prote
Captain Zed and the Zee Zone was a short-lived CITV television series, airing in the United Kingdom. When children go to sleep it is Captain Zed's and his partner PJ's job to prevent children from having nightmares in the dreamzone. The 26-episode series was animated by the Collingwood O'Hare studio and co-produced by DIC Entertainment & Scottish Television in association with HIT Entertainment.
The programme was re-aired in 2009 on [email protected] - a children's television strand on Scottish television channel, STV.
Henry's Amazing Animals is an educational children's nature program produced by Dorling Kindersley and originally broadcast on the Disney Channel in 1996. Its following program was Audubon's Animal Adventures. It currently plays in syndication on Treehouse TV in Canada. It is also available on VHS.
The show centres around the interactions of Henry the Lizard, a green CGI gecko with purple spots, and an unseen narrator. Each episode centers on a theme relating to the episode's subject matter, such as Henry traveling through prehistory in a time machine in an episode about Prehistoric Animals. Henry is usually faced with some kind of predicament or work, always relating to the episode's theme, which he resolves by the end of the episode, often learning a lesson of some sort in the process.
The New Adventures of Zorro is an American animated television series produced by Filmation in 1981. The series, which has 13 episodes, is based on the fictional character created by Johnston McCulley. It aired as part of The Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro Adventure Hour.
This is the only series Filmation made in which they contracted an outside, third party animation studio. The series was outsourced to Tokyo Movie Shinsha in Japan. All other series afterwards were animated internally by Filmation themselves. It was producer Norm Prescott's final series with Filmation, bringing to an end the famous 'rotating producers' wheel Filmation was famous for. From Gilligan's Planet onwards, Lou Scheimer would handle production duties on his own.