Rick Jones

Rick Jones

Born: February 7, 1937
Died: October 8, 2021
in London, Ontario, Canada

Movies for Rick Jones...

The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa
Title: The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa
Released: January 1, 2012
Type: Movie
Join dancing internet sensation Gummibar in his first ever movie adventure! When Santa vanishes on Christmas Eve, Gummibar and his band of wacky, misfit friends shake their booties from the North Pole to the tropics on a madcap search. But when they discover Santa was abducted by a dance-crazed alien, the fate of Christmas morning rests in the hands -- and feet -- of our lovable green gummy bear!
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Title: Monster Buster Club
Released: June 2, 2008
Type: TV
Monster Buster Club is a television series by Marathon Production and Image Entertainment Corporation. The show debuted on June 2, 2008 on Jetix in Europe, June 9, 2008 in the United States and in Asia on May 3, 2008. This show is about three twelve-year-olds, helped by an alien girl named Cathy, who are all charged with saving their town from alien invasions. With her grandfather, they reform a secret organization that was founded centuries ago called the Monster Buster Club, often abbreviated to MBC. The goal of the MBC is to locate alien criminals seeking refuge in Single Town, capture them, and send them to galactic authorities.
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Tripping the Rift: The Movie
Title: Tripping the Rift: The Movie
Character: Whip (voice)
Released: March 25, 2008
Type: Movie
What begins for Chode and crew as a routine mission to protect a pissed-off princess will soon become a filth- splattered saga of dismembered royalty, indestructible clown assassins and desperately horny housewives.
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Title: Monster Allergy
Released: November 25, 2006
Type: TV
Monster Allergy is a 2005 animated television series, jointly produced by Rainbow S.p.A., Futurikon, RAI Fiction and ZDF.
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Title: Dragon Hunters
Character: Gwizdo
Released: January 14, 2006
Type: TV
Dragon Hunters is a cartoon series created by Arthur Qwak and produced by the French company Futurikon. It follows the adventures of two hunters for hire through a medieval world of floating land masses that is terrorized by a widely varying menace of monsters known collectively as dragons. A 3-D feature film and a videogame based on the film have also been released. Its original French title is Chasseurs de Dragons.
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Spookley the Square Pumpkin
Title: Spookley the Square Pumpkin
Character: Little Tom / Edgar
Released: October 30, 2004
Type: Movie
Dare to be square! In a world where "The only good pumpkins are round pumpkins!" SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN is often teased by the other pumpkins because of his odd shape. Soon, Spookley is befriended by Edgar, Allan and Poe, three hilarious spiders, who convince Spookley that square or not, he has a right to be the "Pick of the Patch" on Halloween. "A square pumpkin the Pick of the Patch?" Not if mean round pumpkins Big Tom and Little Tom can help it. These two bullies tease and taunt Spookley because of his square roots. Encouraged to continue to become the "Pick of the Patch" by kindly Jack the Scarecrow and his bat sidekicks, Boris and Bella, Spookley isn't sure he has what it takes until a mighty storm threatens to destroy the entire patch. As the storm rolls the round pumpkins uncontrollably across the patch towards the raging river, Spookley realizes "it's fine to be round while the weather is fair, but there are times it's better to be a square!"
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Title: Tripping the Rift
Character: Whip
Released: March 4, 2004
Type: TV
The continuing comic saga of a bizarre gang of misfits who live, work and play on the starship Jupiter 42, which is controlled by a neurotic A.I. known as Spaceship Bob. The ethically-challenged shipmates travel through the galaxy taking on one epic adventure at a time all while looking to make a quick buck and avoid getting thrown in jail.
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Title: Toad Patrol
Released: September 3, 2002
Type: TV
Toad Patrol is a Canadian television series which first aired in 1999 on Teletoon, currently airing on the Telefutura Spanish-language network as Patrulla de Sapitos. It was created by George and his wife, Peggy Sarson. Although it is primarily aimed at young children, it has found popularity with pre-teens to young adults because despite the fairly young and lighthearted appearance of the show, it had some rather dark undertones beneath the surface. Its cult appreciation has also stemmed from the fact that Toad Patrol had so much time and effort put into it. This series has a very distinct beginning, middle, and end to each season it airs. The story was in the works since 1985 and was in the development stage as the creators started selling Mistle Toad chocolates and cream pops to raise money. The show eventually managed to get animated overseas in both Korea, AKOM and India, UTV Toons. Although, a lot of the in-betweening and other works were done in Canada at Funbag and Helix studios. A show sponsor page has stated that 13 episodes of the series are currently in production. Several fans had assumed that with the passing of Long John Baldry, the series had been halted however, that is not the case. After discovering that Mistle Toad had two voice actors, fans are now sure that if a third season were to appear then that voice actor would take his place. However, after more than five years without an original episode and no further news of any additional planned broadcasts, the possibility of additional episodes of the series remains doubtful at best.
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Science Please! : Why Is the Sky Blue?
Title: Science Please! : Why Is the Sky Blue?
Character: Singer
Released: October 1, 2001
Type: Movie
Why isn't it green, yellow or striped?
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Title: Sagwa The Chinese Siamese Cat
Released: September 3, 2001
Type: TV
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Science Please!
Title: Science Please!
Released: February 3, 2001
Type: Movie
A minute of science, please. is a delightful collection of small one-minute films each explaining, using animation, archival images, and an often humorous narrative, various phenomena and scientific discoveries.
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Science Please! : The Telephone
Title: Science Please! : The Telephone
Released: January 1, 2001
Type: Movie
How do voices travel over the phone?
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Science Please! : The Refrigerator
Title: Science Please! : The Refrigerator
Released: January 1, 2001
Type: Movie
What makes a fridge cool? A clip from the Science Please! collection.
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Science Please! : Electromagnetic Radiation
Title: Science Please! : Electromagnetic Radiation
Released: January 1, 2001
Type: Movie
What do X-rays, microwaves and light have in common? Part of the Science Please! collection for children.
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Science Please! : Mirrors
Title: Science Please! : Mirrors
Released: January 1, 2001
Type: Movie
What's the angle on mirrors?
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Science Please! : Gravity
Title: Science Please! : Gravity
Released: January 1, 2001
Type: Movie
What keeps us down to earth? This clip from Science Please! answers the question.
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Science Please! : The Atom
Title: Science Please! : The Atom
Released: January 1, 2001
Type: Movie
Where would we be without these microscopic particles?
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Science Please! : Explosives
Title: Science Please! : Explosives
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: January 1, 2001
Type: Movie
Are cows a time bomb just waiting to explode? Part of the Science Please. collection for children.
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Science Please! : Fire
Title: Science Please! : Fire
Character: Narrator
Released: January 1, 2001
Type: Movie
What lights your fire? Part of the Science Please! collection for children.
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Heavy Metal 2000
Title: Heavy Metal 2000
Character: Zeek
Released: April 19, 2000
Type: Movie
Upon discovery of a shard of what could be the Loc-Nar, a miner named Tyler becomes possessed with an insatiable hunger for power and a thirst for immortality. On his way to the planet of youth, Tyler wipes out most of a space colony and kidnaps a beautiful young woman. His only mistake is that he doesn't kill her sister, Julie, who then sets out on a mission of rescue and revenge.
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Science Please! : The Moon Changes
Title: Science Please! : The Moon Changes
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection, The Moon Changes uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain what causes the different phases of the moon.
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Science Please! : Battery
Title: Science Please! : Battery
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection, Battery uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain: Why do we get a charge out of batteries?
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Science Please! : Sound Is Vibration
Title: Science Please! : Sound Is Vibration
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection, Sound Is Vibration uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain what is the sound.
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Science Please! : Lift Off
Title: Science Please! : Lift Off
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection,Lift Off uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain what makes a rocket lift off.
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Science Please! : Operation Lever
Title: Science Please! : Operation Lever
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection, Operation Lever uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain how a lever increases force.
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Science Please! : Magnets
Title: Science Please! : Magnets
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection, Magnets uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain: North Pole, South Pole... what's the big attraction?
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Science Please! : The Light Bulb
Title: Science Please! : The Light Bulb
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
Edison's bright idea, or how the electric light bulb works?
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Science Please! : Lightning
Title: Science Please! : Lightning
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection, Lightning uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain: What causes the electrical discharge we see as lightning?
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Science Please! : Electricity
Title: Science Please! : Electricity
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
How do we convert motion into electricity?
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Science Please! : The State of the Matter
Title: Science Please! : The State of the Matter
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please collection, The State of the Matter uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain how temperature affects the state of matter.
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Science Please! : The Internal Combustion Engine
Title: Science Please! : The Internal Combustion Engine
Character: Narrator
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
Four strokes of genius.
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The Dirt on Soap
Title: The Dirt on Soap
Released: January 1, 2000
Type: Movie
How soap cleans?
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The Wonderful World of Colour
Title: The Wonderful World of Colour
Released: May 8, 1999
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please. collection, The Wonderful World of Colour uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain how the cones of the retina enable us to perceive the spectrum of colours.
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Slippery Ice!
Title: Slippery Ice!
Character: Narrator
Released: January 1, 1999
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection, Slippery Ice! uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain why we slip on ice.
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Title: Pippi Longstocking
Character: Constable Kling
Released: July 4, 1998
Type: TV
Pippi Longstocking is a Canadian animated television series, based on a series of children's books drawn and written by Astrid Lindgren. The television series was produced by Taurus Film and the Canadian company Nelvana Limited, and aired for one season on Teletoon starting the day the channel launched, October 17, 1997, and HBO, Channel 4, Nickelodeon UK, POP and Pop Girl, with 26 half-hour episodes produced. The show is currently run on YTV in Canada and qubo in the United States. The Story Editor and chief writer for the series was Ken Sobol. His son John Sobol also wrote several episodes.
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Title: The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures
Character: No-Tail No-Goodnik (voice)
Released: March 1, 1998
Type: TV
Follow mice Emily and her cousin Alexander as they go on adventures around the world in the early 20th century, usually to stop the evil rat No-Tail No-Goodnik.
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Science Please! : The Wind
Title: Science Please! : The Wind
Character: Narrator
Released: February 3, 1998
Type: Movie
In the collection Science Please!, the first clip, entitled The Wind, explains the phenomenon of the wind with the help of archives, animation and narration.
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Science Please! : The Force of Water
Title: Science Please! : The Force of Water
Released: January 1, 1998
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection, The Force of Water uses archival footage, animated illustration and amusing narration to explain the Archimedes principle, of why some things float and others sink.
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Title: Caillou
Released: January 1, 1998
Type: TV
Caillou is an educational Canadian children's television series, based on the books by author Christine L'Heureux and illustrator Hélène Desputeaux. During the first season, many of the stories in the animated version began with a grandmother introducing the story to her grandchildren, then reading the story about the book. Since 1997, the narrator/grandmother is an unseen character. Caillou first aired on Canada's Teletoon channel in 1998; it later made its United States debut in English on Public Broadcasting Service Public television on September 4, 2000 A 5th Season came out in 2013 = and it airs on PBS Kids. Caillou also airs on PBS Sprout.
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Science Please! : Wheel Meets Friction
Title: Science Please! : Wheel Meets Friction
Released: January 1, 1998
Type: Movie
A clip in the Science Please! collection, Wheel Meets Friction uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain how the invention of the ball bearing reinvented the wheel.
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For Better or for Worse: A Storm in April
Title: For Better or for Worse: A Storm in April
Character: Pizza Man / Police Officer (voice)
Released: November 28, 1996
Type: Movie
Elly thinks she can handle bringing April to work with her, but the library has never before seen such destruction. April is very different from the other Patterson kids: the characters look back at Elly’s pregnancy and the circumstances around April’s birth,during a freak winter storm in the early hours of April 1st. Now that the older kids don't need them as much, John and Elly realize that, even though April is a handful, she’ll still grow up way too fast.
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Title: Donkey Kong Country
Released: September 4, 1996
Type: TV
Donkey Kong Country is a French/Canadian computer-generated animated television series. It is based on the Nintendo franchise Donkey Kong as portrayed in the Donkey Kong Country video game series by Nintendo & Rare. Created by France 2 and Nelvana, it was originally titled La Planète de Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong Country first aired in France on September 4, 1996; it premiered late in the United States on the Fox Kids block on Fox on August 15, 1997 but the show was not shown on the block for long. After only two episodes, the series moved to Fox Family. In Japan, Donkey Kong Country took over the TV Tokyo 6:30 P.M. timeslot from Gokudo and was later replaced with Hamtaro. Donkey Kong Country was one of the earliest television series to be computer-animated to match an artistic style and garnered critical acclaim in France and Japan but only marginal success elsewhere. Several elements of the series like the crystal coconut, appeared in later Donkey Kong Country video games like Donkey Kong 64, which was released a year after the show began airing on Fox.
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Foxfire
Title: Foxfire
Character: Security Guard
Released: August 23, 1996
Type: Movie
The story of five teenage girls who form an unlikely bond after beating up a teacher who has sexually harassed them. They build a solid friendship but their wild ways begin to get out of control.
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Title: The Little Lulu Show
Released: November 11, 1995
Type: TV
The Little Lulu Show is an animated television series, based on the Marjorie Henderson Buell comic book character Little Lulu. The show was produced by CINAR Animation after Marge's death in 1993, and aired on HBO Family and Cartoon Network in the United States and on, CTV, and the Family Channel in Canada from 1995 to 1999. In Canada, reruns are currently being shown on both the English and French versions of Teletoon Retro. The series centered on the life and adventures of Lulu Moppet and Tubby Thompkins. Between stories, they showed stand-up comedy that Lulu hosted. This show is not to be confused with Little Lulu and Her Little Friends, an anime TV series featuring the same characters made in 1976.
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Title: Papa Beaver's Storytime
Released: April 22, 1993
Type: TV
Collection of tales based on the Père Castor series of French children's stories. Papa Beaver's Storytime is an animated television series which tells of Papa Beaver, a caretaker, a father figure, but most importantly, a storyteller. The show starts out with some type of disagreement between the children, who then turn to Papa Beaver for a solution. He begins telling them some stories which are somehow related to the situation the children are in, the stories are either a fable or a fairytale ultimately telling the morality of the story to teach them a lesson about their actions they have done before the story began.
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Title: Eek! The Cat
Released: September 11, 1992
Type: TV
Eek! The Cat is a Canadian-American animated series, created by Savage Steve Holland and Bill Kopp and produced by Fox Kids and Savage Studios with animation by Nelvana, that ran from 1992 to 1997.
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Title: The Legend of White Fang
Released: January 1, 1992
Type: TV
The Legend of White Fang is a cartoon series based on the historical serial White Fang by Jack London FilmFair, at the time a division of the Storm Group, produced the series for the Canadian pay television channel Family, which transmitted it from 1992–94; HBO later transmitted it in the United States. Canadian writer Pierre Berton was a history consultant to the series.
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Title: Young Robin Hood
Released: September 15, 1991
Type: TV
Young Robin Hood is an animated series produced by Cinar and Hanna-Barbera. The series takes place when Robin is a teenager, Richard the Lion Heart is on his "first crusade" and Robin Hood's father, the Earl of Huntington, joins him.
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The Marla Hanson Story
Title: The Marla Hanson Story
Character: Cop #1
Released: February 4, 1991
Type: Movie
Story of the model who was assaulted that left her face disfigured. It begins when she comes to New York City and would get work as a model. A guy she met on one of her shoots gets her an apartment in a building he manages. He is constantly hitting on her but she rebuffs him. When he can't take it anymore he sends two men to attack her.
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Kindergarten Cop
Title: Kindergarten Cop
Character: Keisha's Father
Released: December 21, 1990
Type: Movie
Hard-edged cop John Kimble gets more than he bargained for when he goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher to get the goods on a brutal drug lord while at the same time protecting the man's young son. Pitted against a class of boisterous moppets whose antics try his patience and test his mettle, Kimble may have met his match … in more ways than one.
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Title: Samurai Pizza Cats
Released: February 1, 1990
Type: TV
The setting is a Japanese looking village named "Little Tokyo" where the Pizza Cats run a pizza fast food business. Little Tokyo is populated by all kinds of animals. The official governor of the town is the Emperor, but since he has gone bananas a council takes care of the well-being of the village. One of the members of this council is called Seymour "Big" Cheese, who secretly wishes to take over control of the village. The pizza take away restaurant is merely a cover for their true job... Whenever evil is afoot, the Pizza Cats are launched towards the danger from the gun-lookalike clock tower that emerges from the top of their restaurant.
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Title: C.L.Y.D.E.
Released: January 1, 1990
Type: TV
CLYDE (Computer Linked Yield Driven Entity) was an alien computer banished from another planet when he developed a virus called a sense of humour. Finding his way to earth, he was discovered by siblings Matt (age 12) and Samantha (age 10) who hooked him up to an old juke box. The juke box came to life...a joking, fun loving, extrovert in a world not quite ready for him. Clyde and the kids work out of Alberto's Diner, in the heartland of North America. Clyde would always send the kids into computer systems...who often faced off against the bugs...and helped solve everything from nuclear disasters to why the competing diners were selling more hamburgers. With Clyde's Brains and some the ingenuity on the part of Matt and Sam, they always averted the danger in the nick of time.....even when it was Clyde who caused it!
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Bluetoes, the Christmas Elf
Title: Bluetoes, the Christmas Elf
Character: Lonesome / Whitey (voice)
Released: October 10, 1988
Type: Movie
It's Christmas Eve and all of Santa's helpers are busy packing the sleigh... all except one unnamed elf who is too young and too clumsy to help. But in a dream come true he is riding with Santa helping deliver the toys and making a sacrifice which earns him his name "Bluetoes."
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Title: The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin
Released: September 14, 1987
Type: TV
The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin is an American animated television series based on Teddy Ruxpin, an animatronic teddy bear created by Ken Forsse and distributed by toy manufacturer Worlds of Wonder. While some of the stories used in the TV series were adapted from the books, many were original and greatly expanded upon the world established there.
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The Tin Soldier
Title: The Tin Soldier
Character: Lefty / Rat #1 / Rat #3 (voice)
Released: January 1, 1986
Type: Movie
This timeless tale written by Hans Christian Andersen tells the comic adventures of a tin soldier accidentally knocked off the toy shelf, and of two lovable, lonely mice who inadvertently place the soldier in danger, then set out to rescue him and return him to the music box ballerina.
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The Care Bears Battle the Freeze Machine
Title: The Care Bears Battle the Freeze Machine
Character: voice
Released: April 1, 1984
Type: Movie
The special, a follow-up to the previous installment The Land Without Feelings (from 1983), sees the return of the ten original Bears and the rarely-seen Cloud Keeper, as well as the villain Professor Coldheart. In addition, the special introduces Baby Hugs, Baby Tugs, Grams Bear, and Professor Coldheart's sidekick, Frostbite.
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Title: The Wombles
Released: February 5, 1973
Type: TV
The Wombles is a stop motion animated British television series made in 1973–1975. After the first Wombles book, published in 1968, was featured on the BBC children's television programme Jackanory, the BBC commissioned producer FilmFair to create a television series of the books. The series was produced by Graham Clutterbuck and directed by Ivor Wood using stop-motion. The characters were all voiced by actor Bernard Cribbins. Sets and model making were by Barry Leith. Two series of 30 five minute episodes were produced, with the first series airing in 1973, animated by Ivor Wood, and the second in 1975, animated by Barry Leith. In all, sixty episodes were produced. The original television series was regularly screened for many years. After FilmFair was acquired by the Canadian company Cinar Films in 1996, a new series of episodes was created, with a number of new Womble characters. In the UK, the series was purchased by ITV.
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Title: Fingerbobs
Released: February 14, 1972
Type: TV
The stories & adventures of Fingermouse, Scampi, Gulliver, Flash and a whole host of other puppet creatures. Each episode told a story centred around a paper finger puppet animal and typically involved collecting various items to make up another object at the end.
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The Shuttered Room
Title: The Shuttered Room
Character: Luther Whately
Released: June 27, 1967
Type: Movie
In a small island off the American coast, the Whateleys live in an old mill where a mysterious bloody being creates an atmosphere of horror. After her parents get killed by lightning, young Susannah is sent to New York by her aunt Agatha, who wants her to avoid the family curse. Years later Susannah, now married, persuades her husband to spend a holiday in the abandoned mill. Once on the island, Susannah and Mike soon find themselves exposed to the hostility of a gang of thugs led by Ethan, Susannah's brutal cousin.
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Title: The Saint
Character: John Garton
Released: October 4, 1962
Type: TV
Simon Templar is The Saint, a handsome, sophisticated, debonair, modern-day Robin Hood who recovers ill-gotten wealth and redistributes it to those in need.
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Title: No Hiding Place
Released: September 16, 1959
Type: TV
No Hiding Place is a British television series that was produced at Wembley Studios by Associated-Rediffusion for the ITV network between 16 September 1959 and 22 June 1967. It was the sequel to the series Murder Bag and Crime Sheet, all starring Raymond Francis as Detective Superintendent, later Detective Chief Superintendent Tom Lockhart.
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Title: The Toy Castle
Released: December 31, 1969
Type: TV
The Toy Castle is a children's television show that airs in Canada on Treehouse TV. It was produced from 2000-2003 by Sound Venture Productions. It was inspired by the Christmas movie The Tin Soldier. The stories are about a group of toys in a toy castle that magically come to life when the children are asleep. This series won a Gemini Award for "Best Preschool Series".