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    Little Rascals

    Little Rascals

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    TELETOON (ended 1944)
    In 1922, Hal Roach inaugurated a new series of short film comedies called Hal Roach's Rascals. The series featured ordinary kids, usually poor, getting into the usual types of trouble that ordinary kids get into. There was no running plot throughout the series. Each film was an entity unto itself. For instance, in When The Wind Blows, Mary Ann has a crush on neighbor boy Jackie. But in Love Business, Jackie and Mary Ann are siblings. In most films, the kids have parents, but in at least a couple of films, they live in an orphanage. This provided the series with quite a wide range of potential situations. There were many fairly ordinary episodes, but also quite a few that are truly unique. The first film was titled Our Gang and was previewed in the early half of 1922. Reviewers at the time began referring to the series as Our Gang, and the studio adopted it as the official name soon thereafter. The Hal Roach Rascals name also continued on into the early '30s, so the series had two names for about a decade. In 1938, Roach sold the series (lock, stock and barrel) to MGM, which had been distributing the series since 1927. MGM ended up with the cast and crew, the rights to the name Our Gang, and all of the films they had distributed previously. This last item was eventually bought back by Roach, but he had to redo the titles to remove the Our Gang name and any reference to MGM. A new series name was selected for this batch of films: Hal Roach's Little Rascals. The home movie and video prints of these films carried this name. The TV prints, which debuted in 1955 (after having run in theaters starting in 1950), were known simply as The Little Rascals. For the earliest films in the series, distributed by Pathé from 1922 to 1927, the Our Gang name was variously replaced by the Mischief Makers and Those Lovable Scallawags With Their Gangs. Other silent kid comedies also contributed to these two series. At no point were there ever any new episodes produced for TV (unless you count the animated versions). In essence, all of the episodes were repeats even on their first airing. The series was primarily syndicated, giving individual TV stations the ability to mix and match Little Rascals titles with other material, most often The Three Stooges, or the MGM Our Gang titles - the only Our Gang films that retained that name.moreless
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    Dinosaur King

    Dinosaur King

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    Upon discovering ancient stones with dinosaur images imprinted on them, a 12-year-old boy named Max Taylor and his friends Zoe Drake and Rex Owen discover they are able to call forth dinosaur companions. These companions will aid the owners in stopping the nasty Alpha Gang from coming into poccession of the mysterious stones and crush their chances at world domination. 4Kids TV Broadcast History September 8, 2007 - Present: Saturday @ 10:30 AM November 24, 2007 - Present: Saturday @ 11:00 AM Theme Song Lyrics Dinosaur King is what you wanna be-a (Make your move, come on, make your move!) Dinosaur King is your destiny-a (Make your move, come on, make your move!) Controlling the cards right in your hands, Jurassic giants at your command! D-D-D-D-Team! Watch out, here we go, Prehistoric dinosaurs, Aren't extinct anymore See 'em fight, hear 'em roar, Watch out 'cuz they're right next door! The past is in the present, Time's been twisted upsidedown, These fossils are colossal, Only one will wear the crown! Dinosaur King is what you wanna be-a (Make your move, come on, make your move!) Dinosaur King is your destiny-a (Make your move, come on, make your move!)moreless
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    Spider Riders

    Spider Riders

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    TELETOON (ended 2007)
    An animated series based on the series of science fiction novels authored by Tedd Anasti, Patsy Cameron-Anasti, and Stephen D. Sullivan. A kid named Hunter Steele follows his grandpa's journal into a mysterious cave and falls down to the center of the earth, called the inner world. He discovers the subterranean world known as Arachnia and meets a small band of elite warriors, the "Spider Riders," so named because they each pilot their own three-ton, ten-foot battle spiders. Hunter joins them in their fight to save Arachnia from the giant mutant insects called Invectids.moreless
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    Wayside

    Wayside

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    Based on the "Sideways Stories From Wayside School" book series by Louis Sachar. This show tells the story of Todd, an adolescent kid who has been recently transferred to a peculiar middle school that is 30 stories high, with one classroom per level, serves food in the cafeteria that has achieved self-awareness and strange powers, and where cows roam the halls.moreless
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    Animal Crackers

    Animal Crackers

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    TELETOON (ended 1998)
    Take a gang of wacky, wild animals, toss in a crazy assortment of supporting characters and you get Animal Crackers — where the wild kingdom just got a little wilder and a lot more neurotic.

    Deep in the heart of Africa lies Freeborn Wildlife Preserve — home to Lyle Lion who prefers ordering pizza to hunting gazelle, Dodo who refuses to accept his fightless fate, Lana the Lioness, Eugene the elephant and their quirky neighbours.

    Based on the hit comic strip created by Roger Bollen, Animal Crackers follows the zany adventures of these animals as they go about their unconventional lives on the African savannah.moreless
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    George of the Jungle

    George of the Jungle

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    TELETOON (ended 2008)
    This fresh take on a beloved cartoon character remembers the 1960's series for audiences of today. George of the Jungle is about the adventures of a clutzy but loveable jungle hero named George and his interactions with his friends Ape, Ursula and Magnolia.moreless
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    Lunar Jim

    Lunar Jim

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    Together with his friends, Jim and his dog Rover and a computer named Pixel get into lots of not-to-be-missed adventures.
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    Di-Gata Defenders

    Di-Gata Defenders

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    TELETOON (ended 2008)
    "Di-Gata Defenders" follows four courageous teens whose duty it is to protect the Realm against the Order of Infinis. Each teen has the help of a Guardian to protect them from villains trying to stop them from protecting the people of Rados. Broadcast History: "Di-Gata Defenders" premiered on 4KidsTV on July 28th, 2007 at 11:00 AM. It remained there for five weeks until August 25th, 2007, when it was then put on hiatus. Luckily, the remaining eight episodes of the initial thirteen episode order premiered online at 4Kids.com. Surprisingly, Di-Gata Defenders returned to 4KidsTV a year later on August 9th, 2008 at 8:00am. The first five episodes of the series were rerun for five weeks until September 6th, 2008. On September 13th, 2008, the final thirteen episodes of season one began airing. After the first season finale on December 6th, 2008, the first three episodes of the series reran until December 27th, 2008 when the 4KidsTV block was disbanded on Fox.moreless
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    Magical DoReMi

    Magical DoReMi

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    TELETOON (ended 2008)
    Magical DoReMi is the English dub of the popular Japanese show Ojamajo Doremi. The series is about the struggles of a 3rd grader named Dorie Goodwyn who, along with her best friends Reanne and Mirabelle, dream of becoming a witch. The Witchlings must go through eight stages of apprenticeship to become full fledged witches and they embark on endless adventures along the way.moreless
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    Delilah & Julius

    Delilah & Julius

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    Delilah and Julius is a Canadian show that originally aired on Teletoon. Delilah and Julius are teens, classmates and spies. Together Delilah and Julius save the world from multiple villains using their intelligence, spunk and a little help from some interesting gadgets. As if being a teenager wasn't hard enough, Delilah and Julius have the extra added pressure to keep the world safe.moreless
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    Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle

    Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle

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    TELETOON (ended 1994)
    With Cerita Monet Bickelmann, based on the books by Betty MacDonald.
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    A Miss Mallard Mystery

    A Miss Mallard Mystery

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    TELETOON (ended 2000)
    The world-famous "ducktective", Miss Mallard, from the childrens books, stars in her own TV series solving mysteries all over the world with her nephew, Willard. No matter where Miss Mallard and her nephew travel, they are inevitably caught up in the most intriguing investigations. Creative and endlessly resourceful, Miss Mallard's capable wings can transform a hairpin, a parasol, or a handkerchief into the most unconventional crime-fighting tools. Uncovering clues while escaping suspicious accidents and avoiding mysterious disasters can be tough work, but Miss Mallard always catches her duck! Filled with clues and "hidden evidence", each Miss Mallard Mystery encourages children to follow clues and solve the mystery, with Miss Mallard.moreless
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    Blazing Dragons

    Blazing Dragons

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    TELETOON (ended 1994)
    In Ancient Camelhot, King Allfire and the Knights of the Square Table battle evil nights and protect their castle. It's mainly based around Flicker, a bright young dragon who one day hopes to become a knight. He serves as a squire to Sir Loungelot, whose name speaks for itself. Flicker is in love with the beautiful young princess Flame (who loves him in return.) And it's just a bunch of fun filled adventures of the dragons from "Camelhot"!moreless
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    Doodlez

    Doodlez

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    A show made up of amusing and comical animated shorts about an illustrator who creates a cartoon character, only to get him into many scenarios and challenges. Well enforces the learning stages of learning how to draw in a relaxed and comical environment.moreless
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    Ricky Sprocket

    Ricky Sprocket

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    From the creators of Bob and Margaret comes the story of Ricky Sprocket, a celebrity boy struggling with growing up in show business.