Here's a question: Is the 2008 economic crash the one to blame for Disney having to stop releasing DVDs of their Disney Afternoon shows? I've heard that the 2008 economic crash had forced major companies to cut back on big spending.
I've been thinking about this lately... What if Big Idea Productions produced Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie as a 45-58 minute direct-to-video special, as opposed to a theatrical feature film? I think it would've prevented the company from going bankrupt. What do you think?
I don't know if this has been asked, but: What is the real reason why Nickelodeon ended Nick in the Afternoon? I think one reason could be Lori Beth Denberg (who hosted the U-Dip segments of the block) leaving Nickelodeon due to her getting older.
So, I had this idea: To have Bob the Builder released on DVD in complete series sets in North America. (This happened in the United Kingdom and Australia, but only the first four seasons of the original series were released.) The original series, Project: Build It, and Ready, Steady, Build...
Does anyone remember this one? It's a medley that was released and shown during Children in Need 2009. It was even released on CD and DVD. It's a crossover of some sorts, and consists of the following songs:
Can You Feel It
One Day Like This...
William Dufris, Bob the Builder and Anime Voice Actor, Dies at 62
This is very sad news. William Dufris, the original US/American voice of Bob the Builder, as well as one of the English voice actors for the character Lupin the Third, has passed away. I will miss him. He, and his voices were...
A while back, I had ideas for certain episodes of Family Guy that should've had audio commentaries. The list is below. (What's in bold is the season/volume DVD the episode(s) is/are on, and underneath is the episode title, which underneath is the people who'd be commentating)
Does anyone know the format for One Saturday Morning? (with hosting segments and interstitials) Not too many sites have a basic outline. If anyone could explain the format for this flagship show/block, from start to finish, that would be great. Try using the 1997-1998 season as an example.
Given PBS isn't airing the show anymore, and that the US dubs of episodes/videos from the original series, Project Build It, and Ready Steady Build (respect my opinion, I despise RSB) aren't available for purchase on YouTube these days, where could they end up for legal viewing?
Anyone remember this distributor? It was pretty good, bringing in quality entertainment for the whole family, such as Barney (respect my opinion, I hate Barney), Wishbone, Groundling Marsh, Joe Scruggs, The Wiggles, and VeggieTales (which made its mass market debut in 1998 thanks to them). In...
Anyone remember this show? It was an Australian animated series produced by Southern Star Entertainment, and aired on ABC in Australia, and on Discovery Kids in America. It premiered in 2001, and ended in about like 2006. It revolves around a girl named Tracey who goes to school with her best...
This is very disappointing news. VeggieTales, one of the best Christian video series from Big Idea, has been cancelled recently. Please read the text for more info:
At the 2018 Christian Worldview Film Festival, Mike Nawrocki confirmed that he wasn't working on VeggieTales anymore, and there...
Here's an Australian trailer from 1996 or so promoting the first five VeggieTales videos/episodes:
Where's God When I'm S-Scared?
God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?!
Are You My Neighbor?
Rack, Shack & Benny
Dave and the Giant Pickle
So what do you think? Do you like it, or...
No one's posted this, so I will. I'm here to ask this question: Should the PBS/WGBH shows Zoom and Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman have aired in other foreign countries besides the USA and Canada? I think they should've. If not, let me know.