• Tinga Tinga Tales Play all

    Created for a global audience of 3 to 6 year olds, Tinga Tinga Tales is a land full of big stories and big surprises! Inspired by traditional African Folktales and the art of Tanzania, Tinga Tinga Tales opens up a fantastical world of colour, characters and transformation. You may think you know the reason why Elephant has a long trunk, or why Tortoise has a broken shell, but actually, the reason for each is a whole other story! Based upon animal creation stories from all over the African continent Tinga Tinga Tales brings to life tall tales of how of your favourite animals came to be the way they are today. Ever wonder why Elephant has a trunk, or why Tortoise has a broken shell, or why Flamingo stands on one leg, or why Lion roars? Tinga Tinga Tales will answer all your why's!
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  • George of the Jungle Play all

    The hero of the jungle...George lives in -- and protects -- the jungle of Mbebwe, a wild playland loaded with exotic animals and villains that are always more funny than scary. George is strong, swift, and he can't even spell the word fear. George lives happily with his jungle family, comprised of his best friend, an ape named Ape, Ursula (an overly-idealistic environmentalist), jungle local and fashion-obsessed Magnolia, his faithful doggy Shep (actually an elephant), and longtime birdie pal Tookie Tookie Bird. Each story is an adventure where, despite his naïve nature and chronic klutziness, George comes out on top. Even when he goes left, George always does right.
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  • Felix The Cat Play all

    Felix the cat uses his charm and boundless imagination to outwit the nasty Professor and his cigar-chomping henchman Rock Bottom, who are always close by with another crazy scheme to catch Felix. But no matter what trap they lay, Felix always manages to escape!
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  • Space Sentinals Play all

    Space Sentinals...Many centuries ago, three carefully-selected young Earthlings were transported from their native lands to a faraway world and granted astounding powers and eternal youth. Hercules, empowered with the strength of a hundred men, Astrea, able to assume any living form and Mercury, an athlete with the speed of light. These teenage guardians form the greatest team the world has ever known.
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  • Blackstar Play all

    Blackstar...a cult classic, this fantasy epic tells the story of astronaut John Blackstar. Sucked into a black hole and emerging in a distant universe, Blackstar finds himself stranded on the planet Sagar. Aided by a powerful warlock, Blackstar and his trusty star sword go into battle to protect Sagar’s tiny inhabitants, the Trobbits against the Overlord of the universe. Could Blackstar save the day and defeat the forces of evil.
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  • Rupert the Bear Play all

    Rupert Bear invites his friends, including the audience, to follow him on an adventure - where anything can happen! It's safe and wholesome entertainment with gentle learning, teaching basic skills, concepts and morals when Rupert and his friends explore the natural world together. Rupert learns from their magical experiences with nature - where Ping Pong's magic turns Rupert's toy pedal car into a spaceship, or Raggety's magic rescues a fallen nest.
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  • The OWL Play all

    The Owl, a ridiculous pink character who floats above his feet, must be the unluckiest chap in the world. The Owl just wants to be left alone! He wants to sit peacefully on his branch waiting for a nice crunchy caterpillar to pass his way and really do basically not a lot else -- HOWEVER! No such luck for The Owl who lives in a forest entirely surrounded by, well, general annoyances....

    A cross between the Pink Panther (for his propensity for finding himself in surrealistic and absurd situations), the Coyote in The Road Runner Show (for his unrelenting and systematic rotten luck), and Mr. Potato Head (for his capacity to come apart), the Owl inevitably ends up in pieces, blown up, crushed, struck down, grated or even glazed.
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