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A television cartoon show, Garfield and Friends aired for seven seasons from 1988 to 1994 ; this adaption also starred Music as the voice of Garfield, one of the very last times Lorenzo Music would voice the character was in Garfield's Phone Messages from the Official Garfield site before his death.
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After Milne's death in 1956, his widow sold her rights to the Pooh characters to the Walt Disney Company, which has made many Pooh cartoon movies, a Disney Channel television show, as well as Pooh-related merchandise.
Both the short subject and the cartoon now appeared on the television rather than in the theater, and the " B " movie also found its outlet on the television.
Conan the Barbarian ( also known as Conan the Cimmerian ) is a fictional sword and sorcery hero that originated in pulp fiction magazines and has since been adapted to books, comics, several films ( including Conan the Barbarian and Conan the Destroyer ), television programs ( cartoon and live-action ), video games, role-playing games and other media.
In 1993, TV Guide names Gumby the best cartoon series of the 1950s in its issue celebrating 40 years of television.
Similar observations on incompetence can be found in the Dilbert cartoon series ( such as The Dilbert Principle ), the movie Office Space, and television shows the BBC's The Office or NBC's Parks and Recreation and 30 Rock.
The custom had become firmly established in popular culture by 1952, when Walt Disney portrayed it in the cartoon Trick or Treat, and Ozzie and Harriet were besieged by trick-or-treaters on an episode of their television show.
It also became a major inspiration for the successful 1990s cartoon Batman: The Animated Series, in as much as the darkness of the picture and its sequel allowed for a darker Batman on television.
An animated cartoon is a film for the cinema, television or computer screen, featuring some kind of story or plot ( even if it is a very short one ), which is made using drawings.
Competition from television drew audiences away from movie theaters in the late 1950s, and the theatrical cartoon began its decline.
A cartoon version of the story of Atalanta's foot race was included in Free to Be ... You and Me, a record album and illustrated songbook first released in November 1972, and later in 1974 as a television special.
After the Monkees television show ended, Dolenz continued performing providing voice-overs for a number of Saturday-morning cartoon series including The Funky Phantom, Partridge Family 2200 A. D., Scooby-doo, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids, Devlin and Wonder Wheels ( from The Skatebirds ).
Pertwee also voiced the character of " Spotty " in the 1980s cartoon series SuperTed and in 1985 he starred in Do You Know The Milkyway ?, a television adaptation of Karl Wittlinger's stage play in which he played Dr. Neuross and another nine characters.
Locations featured in the 1990s television cartoon, " Doug ", are named after or inspired by areas in Richmond and nearby counties as creator Jim Jinkins was born and raised in Richmond.
Charles Addams originally named the character Grandma / Granny Frump in his notes for the cartoon characters's adaptation to television in 1965, thereby making her Morticia's mother.
The producers of the television show, aware of the nearly thirty-five cartoon drawings that included " The Thing ," as well as the 1954 incarnation, may well have been inspired to create " Thing " in the series based on the latter.
According to cartoon creator / voice actor, Seth MacFarlane, the voice of Roger the Alien on the Fox television show American Dad!
These animated sequences were also shown as stand-alone cartoon features on the Disney television show.
The Tomfoolery Show is an American cartoon comedy television series made and first broadcast in 1970, based on the works of Edward Lear.
He was named the greatest fictional character " of the last 20 years " in 2010 by Entertainment Weekly, was ranked the second greatest cartoon character by TV Guide, behind Bugs Bunny, and was voted the greatest television character of all time by Channel 4 viewers.
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Another example is in the television show Gladiators, in which two series were based on contests between teams representing Australia and England.
It attracts competitors from all of the main show jumping nations and is carried live on Irish national television.
* 1953 – Nippon Television broadcasts Japan's first television show, including its first TV advertisement.
* 1957 – American Bandstand, a show dedicated to the teenage " baby-boomers " by playing the songs and showing popular dances of the time, debuts on the ABC television network.
* Amy Sherman-Palladino, creator and former executive producer and writer on the television show Gilmore Girls
He was the co-host and co-creator of the television program The Man Show ( 1999 – 2004 ), and the co-creator and a regular performer on the television show Crank Yankers ( 2002 – 2007 ).
Between 1952 and 1972, he hosted at least five television shows – three different talk shows called The Al Capp Show ( 1952 and 1968 ) and Al Capp ( 1971 –' 72 ), Al Capp's America ( a live " chalk talk ," with Capp providing a barbed commentary while sketching cartoons, 1954 ), and a CBS game show called Anyone Can Win ( 1953 ).
Either way, the show captured the imaginations of many young television viewers in the United States and abroad and is often considered a classic piece of 1990s youth culture and Generation X. Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of South Park, cite the show as an influence and compared it to the blues, and met Mike Judge before the show aired.
She was a passenger on American Airlines Flight 77 en route to a taping of Bill Maher's television show Politically Incorrect when it was flown into the Pentagon in the September 11 attacks.
The worldwide reality television show Big Brother is based on the novel's concept of people being under constant surveillance.
" Burt Ward, who portrayed Robin in the 1960s television show, has also remarked upon this interpretation in his autobiography Boy Wonder: My Life in Tights ; he writes that the relationship could be interpreted as a sexual one, with the show's double entendres and lavish camp also possibly offering ambiguous interpretation.
In 1996, he was a writer and co-creator of the show Space Cases, a Nickelodeon television show with themes similar to Lost in Space.
Wilfred Bailey Everett “ Bill ” Bixby III ( January 22, 1934 − November 21, 1993 ) was an American film and television actor, director, and frequent game show panelist.
In 2003, while promoting X2, Hugh Jackman mentioned in an interview on UK television morning talk show This Morning that he planned to make a biopic of Bill Bixby, that he had been drawn to the project by Bryan Singer and that it was a project he loved.
On November 20, 1955, he appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, a popular television variety show, where he infuriated the host.
For instance, David Letterman is well known for branching into late night television as a talk show host while honing his skills a stand-up comedian, Barbra Streisand ventured into acting while operating as a singer, or Clint Eastwood, who achieved even greater fame in Hollywood for being a film director and a producer than for his acting credentials.