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MarsupilamiMarsupilami

Disney's version of the marsupilami first appeared on television in Raw Toonage in 1992, and was then spun off into his own eponymous show on the NBC network. Marsupilami is a fast talking marsupial who is like half-cheetah/half-monkey with a long tail. His supporting characters included Maurice the Gorilla, Stuie the Elephant, Eduardo the Jaguar, Norman the Poacher, and other characters. The original Marsupilami stories by Franquin never encountered a gorilla or elephant, since these species are native to Africa, while the marsupilami originates from South America. There were thirteen episodes in the series, and the series lasted one season. Reruns of the show were aired on both Disney Channel (1995-1998) and Toon Disney (1998-2009).


Peep and the Big Wide WorldPeep and the Big Wide World

Peep And The Big Wide World follows the adventures of a curious newborn chick, Peep, and his friends, Chirp the robin and Quack the duck. The three birds explore their world and learn about basic scientific principles. Each episode contains two 10-minute animated segments; at the end of each animated segment is a live action portion in which children conduct a simple science experiment that reinforces the idea of the show. Once the original episodes had aired on TLC, they were split in half (i.e. one 10-minute animated segment followed by a live action portion). These shorter versions of Peep are shown on TVO in Canada, a co-developer of the series.


Lucas the SpiderLucas the Spider

Lucas the Spider is an animated character created by the animator Josh Slice, named after and voiced by his nephew. Lucas is based on a jumping spider and has starred in multiple short YouTube videos.


Shipping JuliaShipping Julia

Julia sets out with her family on a cruise vacation, with hopes that a week of sun, Caribbean beaches, and lots to do onboard will take her mind off her recent break-up. Things get off to a rocky start when she has an awkward encounter with James, a cute British guy who's also on Allure of the Seas. Julia shakes it off, figuring she won't be seeing much of him again this vacation-but fate has other plans.


The French ChefThe French Chef

Cooking legend and cultural icon Julia Child, along with her pioneering public television series, The French Chef, introduced French cuisine to American kitchens. In her passionate and sometimes breathless way, Julia forever changed the way we cook, eat, and think about food.


Transforming GirlsTransforming Girls

Shorts about girls who transform into machines. The first episode focuses on Haru, a girl who transforms into a fighter jet while trying to catch a hat blowing away in the wind.


Danger RangersDanger Rangers

This half hour animated series uses action-adventure, comedy and music to entertain, educate and empower children to Think Safe, Play Safe & Be Safe! This seven member action adventure team of animal characters teach kids the importance of safety through an action adventure episode. Each episode introduces an "arch nemesis" that never wants to play by the rules...enter the Danger Rangers to the rescue.


Friendliest TownFriendliest Town

In Friendliest Town, three comedians visit iconic cities around the country to find out which one is the friendliest. Each place will be put to the test with a variety of light-hearted hidden camera challenges as local celebrities share their favorite hidden gems. It's a movie available in the movies section!


Bum ReviewsBum Reviews
YouTube, 2008 | Comedy, Short

"Oh my God! This is the greatest movie I've ever seen in my life!" - Chester A. Bum.


The Ruff and Reddy ShowThe Ruff and Reddy Show

The Ruff & Reddy Show was Hanna-Barbera's first cartoon series which featured a cat (Ruff) and dog (Reddy) in serialized adventures, with thirteen episodes comprising a story arc. Ruff, was voiced by Don Messick, and Reddy was voiced by Daws Butler. Hanna and Barbera opened their cartoon studio the same year MGM (the studio they worked for) closed down its cartoon studio. After much effort, they were able to sell Ruff & Reddy to NBC, but they were only able to get $2700 per half hour of cartoon show, so all the meticulous detail into making the Tom and Jerry shorts were eschewed for a production-line process. Bill and Joe, taking a cue from 1949's "Crusader Rabbit," reasoned the best way to offset the low production values was to create appealing heroes and captivating storylines. Ruff and Reddy made their way through clandestine escapades squaring off against villains like Scarey Harry Safari, Killer and Diller, and Captain Greedy and Salt Water Daffy. Assisting our heroes in several adventures was wacky scientist Professor Gizmo. The show was first aired on NBC in December 1957 as part of live action host segments. Jimmy Blaine was the host on the show's first run (1957-60), and Captain Bob Cottle replaced him in the second run (1962-64). When the show went into syndication, the opening titles, which were never shown on the NBC telecasts, were seen with the "H-B Enterprises" card. The theme song was also heard for the first time: Get set, get ready Here comes Ruff and Reddy They're tough but steady Always rough and ready They sometimes have their little spats Even fight like dogs and cats But when they need each other That's when they're Ruff and Reddy Ruff & Reddy episodes appeared on Family Channel's "Incredible Animals" cartoon show in 1992 and recently the series has aired on Cartoon Network and its sister channel Boomerang.