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  1. 10 + 2

    10 + 2 (1994)

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    10+2 is a children's animated series from Catalonia (Spain), produced by Accio Studios and Victory Media Group, and directed by Miquel Pujol i Lozano. The show debuted in 1994, and as of October 2014 can be seen on Germany's KI.KA.

  2. A Cosmic Christmas

    A Cosmic Christmas (1977)


    A Cosmic Christmas is the first television special produced by the Canadian animation company, Nelvana. It premiered on December 4, 1977 in Canada on CBC Television, a Canadian television network owned by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the national English-language public broadcaster. (Its French-language counterpart is Télévision de Radio-Canada, headquartered in Montreal.)

  3. Abbott & Costello

    Abbott & Costello (1967)


    The Abbott and Costello Cartoon Show is an American half-hour animated series of the famous comedy duo that aired in syndication from September 9, 1967 to June 1, 1968. Each of the 39 individual episodes consisted of four five-minute cartoons. The cartoons were created jointly by Hanna-Barbera, RKO General and Jomar Productions between 1965 and 1967. The series was syndicated by Gold Key Entertainment and King World Productions.

  4. Adventures of Donkey Ollie

    Adventures of Donkey Ollie (2010)


    The Adventures of Donkey Ollie is the animated television program made in thirteen episodes which follows the character named "Donkey Ollie" as he interacts with children and animals through the Bible lands. The show began to air in early January 2010, and was featured on many television networks, such as Trinity Broadcasting Network, Daystar, Sky Angel, TCT, and Cornerstone Television.

  5. ALF Tales

    ALF Tales (1988)


    ALF Tales is an animated American series that ran on the NBC television network on Saturdays from August 1988 to December 1989. The show was a spinoff from the series ALF: The Animated Series. The show had characters from that series play various characters from fairy tales. The fairy tale was usually altered for comedic effect in a manner relational to Fractured Fairy Tales.

  6. Animated Tales of the World

    Animated Tales of the World (2000)


    Animated Tales of the World is a 2001 American animated series that aired on HBO. It won two Primetime Emmy Awards in 2001, for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation and Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for Peter Macon.

  7. Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series

    Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series (2000)


    Anne: The Animated Series is a half-hour animated television show produced by Sullivan Entertainment and created by writer/director/producer Kevin Sullivan. The series was developed for PBS and each episode contained an educational aspect. Each show had a problem for one or more of the show’s characters to face and solve. In conjunction with these problems, PBS “Ready-to-Learn” guides were created for teachers in America to use in the classrooms. The educational objectives of the show support a child’s development of his/her identity, reinforced through lateral thinking and the use of a child’s magnitude to absorb daily challenges.

  8. Ape Escape

    Ape Escape (2008)


    Ape Escape is a series of cartoon shorts developed by Frederator Studios, Hawaii Film Partners, Project 51 Productions and Showcase Entertainment which aired on Nicktoons in 2009. It is based on Sony Computer Entertainment's Ape Escape video game franchise, with characters and designs based on Ape Escape 2 in particular, and focuses around Specter's attempts to take over the world with his monkey army.

  9. Archie's TV Funnies

    Archie's TV Funnies (1971)


    Archie's TV Funnies is a Saturday morning cartoon animated series produced by Filmation which appeared on CBS from September 11, 1971 to September 1, 1973. The series starred Bob Montana's Archie characters.

  10. Around the World in Eighty Dreams

    Around the World in Eighty Dreams (1992)


    Around the World in Eighty Dreams (French: Les Aventures de Carlos) is a French animated series with 26 episodes produced in 1992. The cartoon was adapted to English by Saban Entertainment and broadcast in the United States in first-run syndication in the early 1990s as part of Bohbot Entertainment's "Amazin' Adventures" package.

  11. Baby Felix

    Baby Felix (2000)


    Baby Felix (ベイビーフィリックス Beibī Firikkusu) is a children's animated television program that follows the adventures of a young Felix the Cat and infant versions of the characters from Joe Oriolo's Felix television program from the 1950s. It was launched by Oriolo's son, Don Oriolo in 2000 with NHK Educational, NEC Interchannel and AEON inc. of Japan. The show consists of 26 half-hour episodes. It follows in the long line of "Baby Cartoon Revivals" alongside such shows as Muppet Babies, Baby Looney Tunes, and The Flintstone Kids. All 26 episodes were released in Bulgaria on 9 DVDs by A-Design. In 2010, DVDs have been released in Hungary as well.

  12. Baggy Pants & the Nitwits

    Baggy Pants & the Nitwits (1977)


    Baggy Pants and the Nitwits is a 1977 animated series, produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and broadcast on NBC.

  13. Bangers and Mash

    Bangers and Mash (1988)

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    Bangers and Mash was a children's cartoon series broadcast on CITV in 1989, and repeated until around 1993. The series consisted of 24 five minute episodes.

  14. Bernard

    Bernard (2004)


    Bernard (Hangul: ; RR: ; MR: , romanized as Backkom within Asia-Pacific.) is a series of animated shorts centered on the fictional polar bear and main character of the same name. It is a Korean-Spanish-French co-production.

  15. Bibifoc

    Bibifoc (1984)


    Seabert (Bibifoc in the original version) is an animated television series from 1985. It was created by BZZ Films in Paris and originally aired in French on Antenne 2, before being translated into different languages around the world. In the United States, the show aired on HBO starting in 1987. There were 26 episodes. The authors are: Marc Tortarolo for the theme, Philippe Marin for the design, and Jacques Morel with Éric Turlot for the stories.

  16. Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines

    Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines (1985)


    Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines is a special animated TV mini-series that was aired on the animated half-hour TV series Super Sunday and Super Saturday containing 9 segments that ran for 6 minutes each and every weekend, along with Jem, Robotix, and Inhumanoids. The segments were combined and turned into a 53-minute feature-length film in 1985.

  17. Birdz

    Birdz (1998)


    Birdz is an animated television series produced by Canada's Nelvana studio, and Scottish Television (now STV Central). The show was first broadcast in 1998 on CBS. Later, it was shown in Scotland in 2001, broadcast on Scottish TV and Grampian TV (now STV North) - now both known as STV.

  18. Blake et Mortimer

    Blake et Mortimer (1997)


  19. Bouli

    Bouli (1990)


    Bouli is an animated television series originally produced in France between 1989 until 1991.

  20. Bratz

    Bratz (2005)


    Bratz is a computer-animated television series, based on a line of toy dolls of the same name. It is produced by Mike Young Productions and MGA Entertainment, and premiered on 4Kids TV on the Fox Television Network.

  21. Bruno the Kid

    Bruno the Kid (1996)


    Bruno the Kid is an animated series produced in 1996.

  22. Bucky and Pepito

    Bucky and Pepito (1959)


    Bucky and Pepito was a 1959 animated television series produced by Sam Singer.

  23. Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars!

    Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars! (1991)


    Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars (Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Menace in Canada) is a French-American animated series created by Sunbow Productions, Marvel Productions, Abrams/Gentile Entertainment, Continuity Comics and the French company IDDH. It was based on the cult comic Bucky O'Hare. Animated by AKOM, the show is remembered for its distinctive and popular theme tune.

  24. Bugtime Adventures

    Bugtime Adventures (2006)


    Bugtime Adventures is an American children's animated series that began airing in 2006. Episodes air on Christian TV stations like TBN. The entire series is also available on DVD.

  25. Bureau of Alien Detectors

    Bureau of Alien Detectors (1996)


    Bureau of Alien Detectors (commonly initialized as BAD) is an American animated series that once aired on the UPN network's weekend-morning cartoon block UPN Kids. Repeats of the series were aired as part of Jetix on Toon Disney as well as part of the Fox Kids Lineup.

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