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    Care bears movie ii: a new generation

    • Year Released: 1986
    Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation is a 1986 children's animated film produced by LBS Communications, Inc. and Canadian animation studio Nelvana. The third animated feature from Nelvana, it was directed by Dale Schott, written by Peter Sauder and produced by Nelvana's three founders (Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith). It starred the voices of Alyson Court, Cree Summer, Maxine Miller and Hadley Kay. In the second film based on the Care Bears franchise, a character called The Great Wishing Star (voiced by Chris Wiggins) tells the origins of the Care Bears, and the story of their first Caring Mission. True Heart Bear and Noble Heart Horse lead the other Care Bears and Care Bear Cousins, as they come to the aid of Christy, a young camper who is tempted by an evil shape-shifting figure named Dark Heart. The film marked the first appearance of the Care Bear Cubs, who also had their own line of toys. A New Generation was made over a seven-month period at Nelvana's Toronto facilities, with additional work handled by Taiwan's Wang Film Productions, and involved several crew members who had worked on the original Care Bears Movie. Patricia Cullen served as composer, and
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    Care bears nutcracker suite

    • Year Released: 1988
    Care Bears Nutcracker Suite is the third and final television film to feature the Care Bears characters. Produced by the Canadian animation studio Nelvana, it is loosely based on the Nutcracker ballet by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (adapted in turn from E. T. A. Hoffmann's story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King). It was directed by Joseph Sherman and Laura Shepherd, and produced by Nelvana's founders: Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith. In this special, a schoolteacher tells some children a version of the Nutcracker story which features the Care Bear Family. While helping a sad girl named Anna, the Care Bears and Care Bear Cousins meet a wooden soldier and a group of malicious rats from a place called Toyland. Entering this place, Anna and the Family learn that an evil Vizier is planning to destroy it with the help of his rodent army, and has his sights on a powerful ring that has been long hidden from the denizens. Care Bears Nutcracker Suite premiered on video and television in December 1988 across North America, and was met with indifferent reception. The special premiered on DVD in France in 2004, and then in November 2006 by Lions Gate Home Entertainment under a
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    The care bears movie

    • Year Released: 1985
    The Care Bears Movie is a 1985 Canadian animated feature film, produced by the Toronto animation studio Nelvana. One of the first films to be based directly on a toy line, it was the first to feature the Care Bears characters, and also marked the first ever appearance of the Care Bear Cousins in the media franchise. The second animated feature from Nelvana (after the unsuccessful Rock & Rule), it was financed by three U.S. companies: American Greetings Corporation (AGC), the owners of the Care Bears franchise; General Mills, the toys' distributor; and television syndicator LBS Communications. In the film, a middle-aged couple at an orphanage tells some orphans a story about the Care Bears, who live in a cloud-filled land called Care-a-lot. Travelling across Earth, the Bears help two lonely children named Kim and Jason find new parents, as well as a young magician's apprentice named Nicholas who is influenced and corrupted by an evil spirit. Deep within a place called the Forest of Feelings, Kim, Jason and their friends are soon introduced to another group of creatures, the Care Bear Cousins. Development of a feature film based on the Care Bears had been underway as early as 1981,
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    The care bears movie

    • Year Released: 1985
    The Care Bears Movie is a 1985 Canadian animated feature film, produced by the Toronto animation studio Nelvana. One of the first films to be based directly on a toy line, it was the first to feature the Care Bears characters, and also marked the first ever appearance of the Care Bear Cousins in the media franchise. The second animated feature from Nelvana (after the unsuccessful Rock & Rule), it was financed by three U.S. companies: American Greetings Corporation (AGC), the owners of the Care Bears franchise; General Mills, the toys' distributor; and television syndicator LBS Communications. In the film, a middle-aged couple at an orphanage tells some orphans a story about the Care Bears, who live in a cloud-filled land called Care-a-lot. Travelling across Earth, the Bears help two lonely children named Kim and Jason find new parents, as well as a young magician's apprentice named Nicholas who is influenced and corrupted by an evil spirit. Deep within a place called the Forest of Feelings, Kim, Jason and their friends are soon introduced to another group of creatures, the Care Bear Cousins. Development of a feature film based on the Care Bears had been underway as early as 1981,
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    The incredible crash dummies

    • Year Released: 1993
    The Incredible Crash Dummies is an animated television special. It was produced in 1993. In the United States, it originally aired on Fox Kids. It was later repacked as a video to be sold with two of the Crash Dummy action figures (Ted and a "purple/gold" repainted Junkman). Dummyland is a fictional world inhabited only by living crash dummies. Many make a living testing cars, just like the real ones. The story begins with crash dummy professor Dr. Zub has creating a new "uncrashable" prototype armor called the Torso 9000 and is testing it with the help of crash dummy Ted. Unfortunately the initial trial run goes awry and Ted's head is severed from his body. The following night however, Ted is accidentally replaced with the head of the evil Junkman, who can now harness the power of the Torso 9000 and manages to break free from the Crash Test facility. Plotting to destroy the crash dummies, the Junkman sets up his base near an abandoned scrap heap and creates an army of killing machines out of spare car parts. When a valuable disc of information on the Torso 9000 is stolen, and finally Dr. Zub himself is kidnapped, heroes Slick & Spin step in to save the day.
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    The little bear movie

    • Year Released: 2001
    The Little Bear Movie is an animated film based on the television series Little Bear, which in turn is based on the book series of the same name which was written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, and produced by Nelvana Limited for Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies. The film was released in theaters Christmas 2000 and released on direct-to-video on August 7, 2001 by Paramount Home Video. It also marked the end of the series. It stars Kristin Fairlie as the voice of Little Bear. Little Bear (voiced by Kristin Fairlie) Mother Bear (voiced by Janet Laine-Green) Owl (voiced by Amos Crawley) Duck (voiced by Tracy Ryan) Hen (voiced by Elizabeth Hanna) Cat (voiced by Andrew Sabiston) Father Bear (voiced by Dan Hennessey) Moose (voiced by Ray Landry) Cub (voiced by Kyle Fairlie) - He is a wild dark brown bear who lives in the wilderness with his parents. Unlike Little Bear, he walks more on all fours than upright, though he does walk on two paws. He can sometimes be a bit mean, but he becomes a good friend of Little Bear. Trouble (voiced by Wayne Best) - A hungry Mountain lion who aims to eat Little Bear , Cub or one of their friends. Little Moose
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