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    Hattytown Tales

    Hattytown Tales

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    TELETOON (ended 1973)
    This children's show, which used animated puppets, followed the residents of Hattytown. All the characters were in fact hats and they all lived in houses shaped like hats. The show is mainly based on the Mexican character Sancho (symbolised by a Mexican sombrero). Other residents included the milkman, the mayor and the baker.moreless
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    Arabian Knights

    Arabian Knights

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    TELETOON (ended 1969)
    Arabian Knights originally aired as part of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour.
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    Leo the Lion

    Leo the Lion

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    TELETOON (ended 1967)
    Leo the Lion was produced in Japan as the sequel to Kimba the White Lion Known in Japan as "Onward, Leo"; Leo is the Japanese name for the Kimba character. Unlike Kimba, this show was not produced in cooperation with an American syndicator, which resulted in this show not being exported from Japan for a long time. Produced in 1966, it aired in Japan immediately after the conclusion of the Kimba series. Leo The Lion was finally imported to the US and dubbed into English in 1984, and shown on the Christian Broadcasting Network. Because none of the original people involved with the creating the American Kimba series were involved with Leo The Lion, the character names reverted to the Japanese versions.moreless
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    The Micro Ventures

    The Micro Ventures

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    TELETOON (ended 1968)
    Micro Ventures is an educational cartoon that that helps kids learn about nature through the adventures of a man, Professor Carter, and his two kids, Mike and Jill. In each episode they shrink themselves using a shrinking machine and experience the world from the perspective of an insect. This show originally aired as part of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour.moreless