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    Martin Mystery

    Martin Mystery

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    Creepy, but true! Martin Mystery is a dripping goo-fest of slime, thrills and laughs, starring Martin and Diana: two mismatched teenagers with hilariously opposite personalities, and Java the school janitor. They are on a mission to investigate the weirdest paranormal enigmas and the slimiest creatures from beyond! Commission by "The Center" – an undercover bureau specializing in mysterious phenomena – and with the help of Java, a massive caveman list in time, the team leap from their average school duties to eerie slime-dripping cave and lairs.moreless
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    The Big Comfy Couch

    The Big Comfy Couch

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    Hey kids, welcome to The Big Comfy Couch where learning is fun!

    The Big Comfy Couch is about a little clown named Loonette and her doll Molly with their Big Comfy couch. The couch has everything known to man inside it - be it an umbrella, a hat, or a kitchen sink! Co-stars include Granny Garbanzo, Auntie Macassar (Seasons 1-5), and Major Bedhead, who pops in for visits. And unbeknownst to Loonette, two dustbunnies, Fuzzy and Wuzzy, live under Loonette's couch.

    The Big Comfy Couch ran on YTV from 1993-1997. During that stretch, it became a hit on America Public Television. Key to that success was the foresight of John Cherry (former director of Ernest P. Worrell commercials), who has gone on to handle The Big Comfy Couch properties in the United States under what is now called Tadpole Kids.

    After five off-years, The Big Comfy Couch returned to production with its sixth series of 13 shows, released in 2003, bringing with it a new character, Uncle Chester. Handling U.S. disribution of the series are American Public Television and Nashville Public Television (Npt). Air dates for Season 6 refer to their initial broadcast on Npt, which had first run of the sixth series.

    Canadian viewers can see The Big Comfy Couch on Treehouse (a branch of YTV).

    [Episodes are listed in U.S. air order. Although the editor acknowledges that Canada's running order is different, this guide does not reflect such dates.]moreless
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    Zatch Bell!

    Zatch Bell!

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    Every one thousand years, one hundred mamodos (demons) descend upon earth to conduct the ultimate battle. The winning mamodo becomes the mighty king of the mamodo world. There is only one problem - in order for the mamodo to use their powerful spell books, they need a human partner. If his spell book is destroyed, the mamodo disintegrates and returns to the mamodo world.

    Kiyo is a brilliant but aloof 14-year-old boy in junior high school. While exploring a rainforest in England, Kiyo's archaeologist father discovers Zatch, an unconscious mamodo child. He sends the goodhearted and mysterious Zatch to be his son's mentor. Zatch has amnesia; he does not have any idea that he is indeed a powerful mamodo! It is up to Kiyo and Zatch to discover this together.

    The unsuspecting Zatch and Kiyo must defend themselves against the relentless ambush of mamodo-king wannabees. And unbeknownst to the attackers, Zatch and Kiyo have formed a special bond which enables them to unleash Zatch's incredible powers.

    Season 1 Zatch and Kiyo are new to the mamodo battle and they learn that there is a battle every one thousand years and learn that from Sherry and Brago and along the way they face against strong mamodo and also befreind them on there way to becoming the next mamodo king.

    Season 2 Milordo Z Zofis creates an army of ancient mamodo from a thousand years ago and Zatch and Kiyo and there friends must travel to the Devolo Ruins in South America planed by Dr. Riddles and beat them all and take down Zofis who is manipulating all those humans and mamodoes and along the way the gang befriends a girl named Laila who is a mamodo from a thousand years ago and her book keeper Albert who she wants to wake up by destroying the moonlight stone. Will they ever defeat Zofis or will he defeat him.moreless
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    Dragon Ball GT (International/Blue Water version)

    Dragon Ball GT (International/Blue Water version)

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    Goku, the hero who destroyed the evil of Frieza, Cell, and Buu in DBZ, learns that an old foe, Emperor Pilaf from DB has captured the 7 magical Black Star Dragon Balls, which, at the cost of the planet the balls are on, can grant any wish. Pilaf wishes that Goku is a child, and Goku becomes a child. In order to save both the planet and restore Goku to adulthood, Goku must ally himself with Trunks and his granddaughter Pan to find all 7 Balls all over the universe. Over time, they encounter foes like Baby, Super 17, and the invincible Shadow Dragons. Taking place 10 years after the final Dragonball Z story, Pilaf finally manages to get all 7 dragonballs and makes a wish. Unfortunately for Pilaf, he gets flustered by the presence of Goku and wishes for Goku to be a child again so that Pilaf could "teach him a lesson." Pilaf gets his wish, and Goku is off on an interstellar trip to gather the 7 "Black Star Dragonballs" that can reverse the wish and return him to adulthood.moreless
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    Knights of the Zodiac

    Knights of the Zodiac

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    Welcome to the Knights of the Zodiac guide. (Note: This guide is for the US verison of the Japanese show SAINT SEIYA. For the original show, please goto: http://www.tv.com/shows/saint-seiya/) In this fast-paced futuristic adventure, the Bronze Knights led by Seiya draw upon their amazing martial art skills as well as their mystical power in which each is keyed into a sign of the Zodiac as they attempt to defeat Ikki and the Black Knights who would do anything to gain control of the Gold Cloth of Sagittarius. But beyond the Black Knights are even more deadlier foes...the Silver Knights and the Gold Knights who possess more power than the Bronze Knights can ever imagine and they're being controlled by the ultra force of supernatural evil--Ares the God of War. Seiya and the Bronze Knights must pit themselves in hand-to-hand combat against the most formidable fighters in the universe as they struggle to return Athena the Goddess of War to her rightful throne and assure the peace of the world. Knights of the Zodiac airs on Cartoon Network, Saturdays at 7pm., during the Toonami action programming block. It originally aired as Saint Seiya for 114 episodes in Japan during October 11, 1986 to April 1, 1989 (listed in this guide as Seasons 1-3) The last arc of the manga was animated in November 2002 as a 13 episode OVA called Saint Seiya - The Hades Chapter (listed in this guide as season 4) A second season of the Hades chapter is sheduled to air in November 2004 in Japan, and in the meantime the animation studio is hard at work on a new Saint Seiya movie, which will be out sometime in Spring of 2004. After much Censoring, Editing, and soforth, the series has undergone some drastic changes to the point where it is an entirely different show from the original. ADV Films has released wonderful uncensored versions of Saint Seiya episodes on DVD, the first five episodes on one DVD available now at your local anime store, and any fan of the original series will tell you to pick that up rather than watch blue blood and listen to cheap synth music and annoying dubs as opposed to the beauty that is the original. Knights of the Zodiac Theme (US Version) performed by Bowling for Soup. A Cloud Appears above your head A Beam of light is shining down on you Shining Down on you The Cloud is moving nearer still Aurora Borealis comes in view Aurora comes in view And I ran I Ran so far away I just ran I ran all night and day And I ran I ran so far away I just ran I ran all night and day I couldn't get away Knights: Attacks Bronze Knights Seiya--Knight of Pegasus--Pegasus Meteor Punch Jabu--Knight of Unicorn--Unicorn Gallop Ban--Knight of Lionet--Lionet Bomber Geki--Knight of Great Bear--Crushing Bear Hyoga--Knight of Swan--Diamond Dust/Frozen Punch Ichi--Knight of Hydra--Mellow Poison, Fang of Poison Shiryu--Knight of Dragon--Rozan Rising Dragon, Shield of Dragon Shun--Knight of Andromeda--Nebula Chains Ikki--Knight of Phoenix--Phanton Demon Nachi--Knight of Wolf--Dead Howling June--Knight of Chameleon--??? Black Knights ???--Knight of Black Pegasus--Black Meteor Punch ???--Knight of Black Dragon--Fist of Black Dragon ???--Knight of Black Andromeda--Black Nebula Chains ???--Knight of Black Swan--Black Blizzard ???--Knight of Black Phoenix--Black Phanton Demon Silver Knights and Amazons Marin--Amazon of Eagle--Eagle Toe Flash, Ryu Sei Ken, Kuu Ken Shina--Amazon of Ophiuchus--Thunder Claw Morris--Knight of Cetus (Whale)--Cetus Spouting Bomber Arakune--Knight of Tarantula--Tarantula Net Misty--Knight of Lacerta (Lizard)--Marble Tripper Asterion--Knight of Hound--One Million Ghosts Babel--Knight of Centaurus (Centaur)--Babel's Flame Argol--Knight of Perseus--Gorgon's Kick, Medusa Shield Jamian--Knight of Crow--Black Wing Capella--Knight of Auriga (Charioteer)--Flying Saucer Dante--Knight of Cerberus--Ball and Chain Sirius--Knight of Canis Major (Greater Dog)--??? Dios--Knight of Musca (Fly)--Dead End Fly Argethi--Knight of Hercules--??? Tremy--Knight of Sagitta (Arrow)--??? Agora--Knight of Lotus--??? Shiba--Knight of Pavo (Peacock)--??? Abiore--Knight of Cephus (King)--??? Steel Knights Sho--Knight of Air--??? Ushio--Knight of Water--??? Daichi--Knight of Earth--??? Gold Knights Mu--Knight of Aries (Ram)--Starlight Extinction, Stardust Revolution, Crystal Wall Aldebaran--Knight of Taurus (Bull)--Great Horn Ares/Saga--Knight of Gemini (Twins)--Another Demension, Galaxian Explosion Mephisto--Knight of Cancer (Crab)--Underworld Portal Confinement Aioria--Knight of Leo (Lion)--Lightning Bolt, Lightning Plasma Shaka--Knight of Virgo (Virgin)--TenMaKouFuku, Rikudo Rinne, TenbuHorin Roshi/Dohko--Knight of Libra (Scales)--Libra's Weapon Miro--Knight of Scorpio (Scorpion)--Scarlet Needle, Constriction Aioros--Knight of Sagittarius (Archer)--Atomic Thunderbolt Shura--Knight of Capricorn (Sea Goat)--Jumping Stone, Excalibur Camus--Knight of Aquarius (Water Carrier)--Diamond Dust, Aurora Execution Aphrodite--Knight of Pisces (Fishes)--Royal Demon Rose, Pirahna Rose, Scarlet Rose Ghost Knights ???--Knight of Dolphin--??? ???--Knight of Jellyfish--??? ???--Knight of Sea Serpent--??? =========================== Series Trivia: * In Spain and other countries of Latin America, the original release in the '90s had a different intro, with scenes from the movie "Abel" and a song in Spanish (which wasn't a translation of an original). * The U.S. release changes the blood color, from the original red, to green or grey in different scenes (this at least happens in the first episodes) ========================moreless
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    ReBoot

    ReBoot

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    Reboot is a Canadian animated show about Sprites that live inside a computer. "I come from the Net--through systems, peoples, and cities--to this place: MAINFRAME. My format: Guardian. To mend and defend--to defend my new found friends, their hopes and dreams, and to defend them from their enemies."

    -Bob's narration from the opening sequence of Reboot (Seasons One, Two, and Four)

    Welcome to the city of Mainframe, a computer system inhabited by binomes and sprites who go about their business, trying to keep everything running smoothly. Unfortunately, they live under the constant threat of the User, whose games wreak havoc, if left unchecked, and the viruses Hexadecimal and Megabyte, who seek to infect and replace the system core with their own malicious code. That's where Guardian Bob comes in. Armed with his versatile key-tool, Glitch, he tries his best to keep citizens safe, upholding his mandate: "To Mend and Defend".

    While ReBoot started as an children's show on ABC, it was later forced to move to other venues, using the increased creative freedom to change its focus towards increased continuity and more intelligent and mature stories during the latter part of the second season. The writers also satirized other TV shows, such as X-Files, as well as video games, such as The Evil Dead, which became something of a "trademark" for the show.

    The third season of ReBoot is currently available on 4 DVDs from ADV Films.

    Also, I would like to stress that NO links to Bit.Torrent sites be posted on the forums, as downloading is illegal on TVTOME.COM and can ruin its long-standing reputationmoreless
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    Grossology

    Grossology

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    Ty and Abby Archer are the world's foremost experts in... you guessed it: Grossology. Assisted by the infamous "Lab Rat" and watched carefully by a mysterious "Director," this is the crime-fighting duo that gets called in when the case becomes too gross for the adult agents to handle. All of the duo's animated adventures are grounded in real science and based on the books of Sylvia Branzei.moreless
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    Kekkaishi

    Kekkaishi

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    YTV (ended 2008)
    14 year-old Sumimura Yoshimori is the desendant of a monster exterminator, also known as a Kekkaishi. Unfortunately, he is not the only one. Yumikura Tokine, his older, female rival is also related to the Kekkaishi. They battle monsters and demons, protecting their lands and people, all the while vying for the title of rightful heir to the Kekkaishi bloodline.moreless
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    Beyblade

    Beyblade

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    Welcome to the world of beyblading at tv.com. It is intense and exciting. Imagine two tops charging at each other with magical creatures called bit beasts or special tops that draw the powers from the stars emerging from them! The first three seasons follow a team known as the Bladebreakers. They are using their bit beasts t try and become the World Champs, but many opposing teams also have bit beasts are are ready to fight and steal their if it means winning the titles for themselves. Find out if this team can live and cope together, even when they become rivals, in Beyblade, VForce, and GRevolution. Season 4 brings a new cast of characters, new rivals, and new villains to the front line. Join Gingka as he attempts to fulfill his fathers dream of sealing up the most evil beyblade the world has ever known- L-Drago. In order to do so he must defeat L-Drago and the current World Champion: Ryuga. The problem is he must form himself a team of rivals to increase his skills to do so, but where will he find these rivals at, and will any of them want to work with him? Regarding the network, please don't be confused by this guide. Seasons 1, 2, and 1/3 of 3 debuted on ABC Family. The rest of 3 debuted on Toon Disney, but the guide refuses to show it correctly if it debuted on more than one network. The Beyblade TV Special only aired on YTV. Seasons 4-7 debuted in the US on Cartoon Network, which hosted most of the World Premiere of the dub (YTV had the first handful of episodes and CN Australia had 4 episodes they premiered first, but the air dates are the CN USA air dates after the YTV premieres). Season 8 premiered first on YTV in Canada, and those are the dates used. The seasons breakdown like this: Season 1- Beyblade, 2- VForce, 3- GRevolution, 4-Metal Fusion, 5- Metal Masters, 6- BeyWheelz & Metal Fury, 7- Shogun Steel, 8- BeyWarriros: BeyRaiderz, 9- BeyWarriors: Cyborg.moreless
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    Jane And the Dragon

    Jane And the Dragon

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    Jane is a medieval middleclass girl being raised as a Lady-in-Waiting, but she’s got much bigger plans for her future! Training to become a Knight is what she’s all about - good thing she’s got a fire-breathing dragon as a best friend and a prince who owes her a big-time favour! (Based on the books of the same name by Martin Baynton.)moreless
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    Mona the Vampire

    Mona the Vampire

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    Welcome to the Mona The Vampire guide at TV.com. Mona is a ten-year-old girl with an extremely active imagination. She, along with her two best friends, Charley and Lily, and pet cat Fang live in a town where mysterious things happen and you never know what is real or what is just a product of Mona's imagination. So, jump in the adventure and join them as they go around saving the town on a daily basis.moreless
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    Zixx: Level One

    Zixx: Level One

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    Zixx: Level One combines live action and game animation in a kids' sci-fi series that chronicles the adventures of an unlikely team of heroes who join forces in a quest to save the universe from evil. Led by the fearless alien operative, Zixx Phunkee Zee, Adam and Griff, two 12- year-old boys, use their game smarts to battle in the Keep-a third dimension labyrinth, which operates like a game.

    Zixx grudgingly befriends the two boys and mentors Adam as he navigates the rough waters of creeping adolescence. It isn't easy being tutored by a girl, especially when she's an extraterrestrial, but in Adam's mixed-up life he'll take what he can get. Besides, Zixx just may know something about Adam's missing mother and if her disappearance is connected to the game.

    Zixx: Level Two continues the adventures of Zixx as she leaves her two allies, Adam and Griff, behind in order to continue her quest to stop the forces of Onccalon. Zixx's quest brings her to Glen River where she quickly befriends adventurous Riley, the easy-going Meghan, and the smart-witted Dwayne. Together they must join forces to stop Onccalon who is utilizing many individuals within the community. Can Zixx conquer this level? Can her new friends trust her first?

    Zixx: Level One is filmed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Zixx: Level Two is filmed in British Columbia. Zixx: Level Three filmed in British Columbia in 2007, and is airing NOW! (Jan.2009)moreless
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    Mystery Hunters

    Mystery Hunters

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    Doubting Dave: Doubting Dave got his name because it's the name of his like newpaper column but it comes by e-mail. He answers e-mail from kids with doubts and such. He is also the one who conducts the experiments. The experiments normally pretain to what the mystery is about. Christina: Christina is the one who mostly investigates legends and such. She isn't that scared but she will get creeped out. She also helps Doubting Dave with his experiments. Araya: He normally travels to different places around the world where he studies his mysteries. He always takes his camcorder wherever he goes and captures a lot of great and supernatural things. Plus he is a "scaredy cat".moreless
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    War Planets

    War Planets

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    At the destruction of Planet Tek at the hands of the planet-consuming Beast planet, Princess Tekla is the sole survivor. In desperation, she reaches a system where four planets named respectively Fire, Bone, Rock and Ice who continually raid each other for the resources that each planet needs. She crash lands on planet Ice where one such raid by the Rock people was confronted by the Ice people. A raiding party from the Beast attacks to silence her, but while they exterminate almost all the combatants, they are beaten back with the help of Graveheart, a miner of the Rock people and King Cryos of Ice. Princess Tekla appoints Graveheart with a massive critical task. Against all odds, he must build an alliance among the worlds to face the horror that is to come. Main Characters Graveheart-Graveheart is the main character/hero of the show and is a common miner of planet Rock at the start of the show. Tekla-Tekla is the only survivor of planet Tek which is consumed by the Beast planet in the beginning of the show.Tekla is also the one who makes Graveheart the leader of the Alliance Jade-Jade is also a citizen of planet Rock and is an old friend of Graveheart. she is one of the few people in planet Rock who wish to join the alliance from the start. Cryos-Cryos is the ruler of planet Ice and the first to join in in the alliance with Graveheart after the Beast planet attacks Planet Ice and Cryos fights with and is saved by Graveheart. Pyrus-Pyrus is the ruler of planet Fire and is the youngest ruler of a planet in the show.Pyrus is the third ruler to be introduced to the show. Femur-Femur is the ruler of planet Bone and is the last ruler to be introduced to the show. Femur is very self centered and does not usually think of any one but himself or planet Bone. Lamprey-Lamprey is a member of the beast planet and one of it's few people who is not a drone.She can be very deceptive and has often tried to defeat the alliance in that manner. Vokk-Vokk is also a member of the beast planet who is not a drone. Unlike Lamprey Vokk does not use deception but uses military tactics and brute force in hopes of defeating the alliance. The Planets Planet Ice-Planet Ice is Ruled by Cryos and is the first to join the resistance and the first planet of the resistance to be seen in the show. before the alliance was formed Planet Ice was often raided by Planet Rock for acquiring water. Planet Fire-Planet Fire, ruled by Pyrus is the second planet to join the alliance against the Beast. Planet Bone-Planet Bone is the third Planet to join the alliance and is ruled by Femur. Planet Bone was originally allied with the Beast when it was introduced but switched to the alliance after being betrayed by the Beast Planet Rock-Planet Rock is the last planet to join the alliance and is ruled by lord Mantel. Planet Rock possesses the "Battle Moons" which are Moons they have converted into weapons to defend them selves from any threat made by Bone, Fire or Ice. Remora Remora is a dead planet that becomes occupied by the Beast and used as a temporary base of operations. The Beast Planet-The Beast Planet is seen at the start of the show devouring Planet Tek. The Beast Planet is home to the beast and is able to swallow up any planet like it did to Planet Tek. Planet Water-Planet Water fell to the Beast Planet before the start of the show and is only seen in a history file showing their last efforts against the Beast Planet.moreless
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    The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers

    The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers

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    The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers! From the fictional land of Rendoosia come Xan, Adi and Enk: Three daredevils on a World Tour performing the wildest stunts the world has ever seen, often finding themselves wound up in crazy adventures!moreless
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    Gundam Seed Destiny (US)

    Gundam Seed Destiny (US)

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    Two years after the first war, which pitted Coordinators and Naturals against each other due the controversial topic of the modification of Human beings, another war breaks out after the remnants of Junius Seven being put on a collision course for Earth. Shinn Asuka is a young Coordinator who lost his parents and sister in the previous war, when the Alliance attacked Orb. He has since joined ZAFT, and blames Orb's idealist ways for his loss. This series focuses on his struggle to redeem himself, all the while questioning whether he is doing the right thing or not.moreless
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    15/Love

    15/Love

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    15/Love is a comedy/drama about coming-of-age in a unique, high-pressure environment. The series follows a group of young hopefuls at the internationally renowned Cascadia Tennis Academy, where they live, love, laugh, fight, cry and dream their way through adolescence. 15/Love Airs: (On YTV) Monday-Thursday at 11:30 p.m. and Sunday and Monday at 3:30 a.m.moreless
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    Vampire High

    Vampire High

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    The world of Vampire High explores two sets of students grappling with the horror story known as adolescence. The series is set at Mansbridge Manor, an isolated boarding school that is the last-stop haven for privileged teenagers of the wealthy and influential. That's the Day School...but it's the Night School that is the real focus of the show - a Night School that secretly houses a daring experiment to civilize vampire teenagers. By nature, they are passionate and predatory but now, they've been sent to school by their Elders, and they're plenty annoyed about being guinea pigs. Fortunately for both sets of teens, they are being guided by Dr. Reginald Murdoch, a renowned if eccentric educational specialist. Murdoch is a true Renaissance Man on a steadfast mission -- guiding his charges into becoming real citizens of the world. THEME: The voiceover during the theme is as follows: "When The Great Eclipse plunged the world into darkness, the vampire race erupted in a civil war. The bloodthirsty faction known as The Fury battled the enlightened Elders for domination of the Undead. In desperation, the Elders gathered up those young vampires that could be saved and entrusted them to me to humanize them, and teach them how to live among mortals." DVD RELEASE: On Amazon.com you can buy a special 90 min DVD of the series, that's compiled from the first four episodes. According to TVShowsOnDVD.com more DVDs are planned: www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=3017. BROADCASTING: CANADA: The series aired on YTV. Currently reruns can be seen Monday to Thursday @ 1:45am. UNITED KINGDOM: The series aired on Sky One.moreless
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    Rupert

    Rupert

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    Rupert the Bear was a popular show in the early and mid-nineties. However, the Rupert craze actually began in 1920. When the common British newspaper, "The Daily Express", realized that to actually compete with rival newspapers they would need a children's comic. The owner of the paper, Lord Beaverbrook consulted one of his chief editors, R.D. Blumenfield, about this issue. Blumenfield was having a difficult time devising an appropriate character that would be entertaining for the children yet proper enough to please their parents. One day Blumenfield approached another one of the newspaper's prominent editors, Henry Toutel about his dilemma. Toutel informed Blumenfield that his wife was a relatively well-known cartoonist and children's book writer. Henry told his wife, Mary, about the cartoon project. She was able to create the ideal character for the cartoon, so the "Daily Express" offered her the job of creating the comic. Mary excitedly accepted the offer. The first Rupert comic, titled "The Adventures of a Little, Lost Bear" premiered on November 8, 1920. The cartoon consisted of two drawings with a brief caption beneath them. Mary continued to be the sole creator of the cartoon until 1935, when her eyesight began to fail. At that point Alfred Bestall was appointed as Mary's substitute. His term was to be six weeks, but he crafted the cartoon so excellently, that he was given a permanent position. In 1936 the first of an ongoing annual collection of "The Adventures of a Little, Lost Bear" was published in book form. Bestall continued his role as comic artist and writer until his retirement in 1965, thirty years after he took the temporary job. After Bestall's retirement several other local artists replaced him. Even today Rupert's cartoon is being published daily in the "Daily Express". In 1991, an animated series based on the Rupert, the lead character in "The Adventures of a Little, Lost Bear" was released. The television series had slight variations from the comic, and the series was called "The Adventures of Rupert the Bear" was created. This series focused on the life and trials of young bear named, Rupert. Rupert lived in a magical village with his friends and family. Every episode featured one of Rupert's whimsical adventures. The series was a huge hit in Britain because it was much like the comic, except now Rupert was able to reach a wider audience by way of television. Later, Rupert was shown in the United States on Nickelodeon. The series ceased production in 1997, and is no longer aired in the United States, but it is still very popular in England. Rupert and his friends are positive role models for children, so I am certain that they will continue to reach large audiences through television. Here are a few GREAT Rupert the Bear links: http://www.bcdb.com/cartoons/Other_Studios/N/Nelvana_Limited/Rupert/index.html http://nylon.net/rupert/lister.htmmoreless
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    Watership Down

    Watership Down

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    Twenty years after the feature-length adaptation of Richard Adams' best-seller, we return to the South Downs to retell the story of the rabbits of Watership Down. Whilst not quite as 'gritty' as the book or film, and reduced in natural detail by the necessity's of tv animation the 'Watership Down' series still hold true to the spirit of its source material. The rabbits and animals, to all intents and purposes, are real animals - not mere 'cartoons' or 'toons' - and an attempt has been made to incorporate the rabbits spiritual beliefs in Black Rabbit of Inle, Flayrah, and more.moreless
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