Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood is an American interactive animated children's television series produced by The Fred Rogers Company, 9 Story Entertainment, Out of the Blue Enterprises and Curious Pictures.
Dinosaur Train is an American animated series created by Craig Bartlett. The series features a curious young Tyrannosaurus Rex named Buddy who, together with his adopted Pteranodon family, takes the ...
Foghorn Leghorn is a large, white adult Leghorn rooster with a stereotypically Southern accent, a "good ol' boy" speaking style, and a penchant for mischief. The first half of his name is a joke about him being loud and obnoxious, while the second half refers to a breed of chicken (a white leghorn). He first appeared in 1946 in a Henery Hawk film titled Walky Talky Hawky. All of the motion picture Foghorn Leghorn cartoons were directed by Robert McKimson, and the rooster vies with the Tasmanian Devil as the most popular character associated with the director.
Many of the gags involved Foghorn and a canine nemesis (formally known as The Barnyard Dog within Warner today, though on early model sheets his name is given as George P. Dog) engaging in one-upmanship through a series of pranks. Unlike other Looney Tunes rivalries—with the notable exception of the Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner series—Foghorn is often the initial aggressor out of self-amusement and subsequently on the 'losing' end of gags. Most common among them was Leghorn's taking up a plank of wood, while ambling along humming "Camptown Races" (the only intelligible words being "DOO-Dah! DOO-Dah!"), coming to the sleeping Dog with his front half inside his doghouse, picking up his tail and rapidly spanking the dog with a plank of wood. Occasionally, Foghorn sings the song, but replaces "Camptown ladies sing this song..." with "Lump-teen-dozen and a-doo-dah day...". He does not sing any other part of the song, reverting to humming after the DOO-Dah's. Foghorn Leghorn loses his feathers very often in the episodes, usually revealing his bare skin or his boxers.
The dog would give chase, usually with his leash still attached to his collar, until the leash stretched taut and his barking was replaced by an anguished howl. At times, when the dog would continue to bark, he would also yell, "Aaaaaahhhhh, shuuutupp!!" In rare cases, it's the dog that starts the series of pranks; as such it is somewhat difficult to tell who started the feud. This gag was passed down to the Leghorns' grandson in Feather Bluster, where Foghorn was puzzled as to why the kid was behaving that way and the Dog was all too happy to remind him: "Ain't nothin' wrong with 'im, Foggy, 'cept that he takes after you."
He was joined in a few episodes by a weasel called 'Bill' who initially attempted to eat him but ended up joining forces to outwit the aforementioned canine.
Other recurring themes throughout the cartoons included the attempts of the diminutive Henery Hawk to catch and eat Foghorn, and the rooster's efforts to woo the widowed hen Miss Prissy (often by babysitting her bookish son, Egghead, Jr.).
This is a different non dialogue slapstick comedy: direct, a little bit irreverent and yet beautiful. It’s a selection of funny reality bites from Travis and a group of peculiar toys which live behind the rear windows of cars. They’re mean, naughty, and mischievous. They’re all SUCKERS… but sort of harmless. Their interests, their dreams, their fears, their ambitions, their challenges… and also the things that bother them. Welcome to the secret life of Suckers!
Color Crew is an animated web series designed for young kids and toddlers. Each episode is hosted by a group of nine bright and colorful cartoon crayons. Color Crew focuses on teaching kids all about the world of colors, using everyday objects to help little ones learn the different colors in a fun and educational way. During each episode the crayons visit different black and white scenarios and fill the objects with the right colors.
Enter the world of "Construction Site," a special place beyond the fence where, through the antics and adventures of trucks and construction machines, children are exposed to important messages about the nature of learning, thinking, and behaving. Children learn along with Digs and his friends as they explore strategies and behaviors for learning and doing their best. Together, they discover that we can all think smarter and learn better.
Vocabulary With Fred And Fiona: Fred and Fiona are fabulous friends who love to discover where things belong. In each episode, a magical board presents Fred and Fiona with a specific object or animal, familiar to young viewers, and both kids set out to answer, “Where/to whom does it belong?” (e.g. a fish belongs in water).
Vocabulary With Larry:
Larry is a cute and curious parrot with an appetite for learning new words. Every environment into which he flies features one recurring item, e.g. a piece of furniture, article of clothing, a toy, etc. With the help of a narrator, Larry learns the name of the object of the day, and staying true to his parrot nature, he repeats the name over and over again, using humorous animated gestures along the way
Step into the magical world of music in “The Notekins”. This delightful series features seven little people that represent each of the seven musical notes. In each episode, the Notekins are invited to visit a musical instrument friend and encounter basic music lessons along the way. Young viewers will be introduced to concepts such as pitch and tempo. “The Notekins” is sure to have your toddler singing and dancing!
Meet Sid, an inquisitive preschooler who uses scientific principles to help satisfy his curiosity about the world around him. Produced by the Jim Henson Company, this series takes the classic puppetry style of the Muppets and uses motion-capture technology to create virtual puppet characters.
Chiro, Chico and Chess are three adorable chicks who go on enchanting adventures throughout a picturesque world where everything is square-shaped, including their friends Charlie, Ullala and Kuri. Sometimes it's really hip to be square!
Animal Show brings out the wild side of wildlife - as only The Jim Henson Company can! Your hosts Stinky the Skunk and Jake the Polar Bear welcome guests of the animal kingdom to the furriest talk show to ever hit the airwaves. There's music and merriment in this show that has the animal world roaring - ANIMAL SHOW!
Far far away, unknown and untouched by human civilization, lies a peaceful land covered in snow and ice. All of our friends have distinct personalities and different interests, which sometimes cause little happenings in their calm white world. But they are all good friends and know how to help each other in times of trouble.
Tinga Tinga Tales is a children's television series of 52 episodes, based on African folk tales and aimed at 4- to 6-year-olds. It was commissioned by the BBC for its CBeebies channel, and by Disney Channel for its Disney Junior block
With his new and demanding job as Head of the Special Delivery Service, it’s Postman Pat as you have never seen him before. This well-deserved promotion means that Postman Pat will now be called on by the SDS to deliver anything, anytime, anywhere! With his faithful companion Jess the black and white cat, Pat proves that he can be relied on to deliver… on time, every time!