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Credits. 7454. "An Arthur Thanksgiving" credits feat. Buster Baxter with the online/local library tag at the beginning (OAD: 11/16/2020; Produced in 2019) 6769. Season 1 ending credits and fundings from 1996 (with PBS online/local library bumpers) 4647. Season 3 ending credits and fundings from 1998-1999 (version #1)
Arthur's Computer Adventure: The credits are placed in front of a Deep Dark Sea background with a unique score that is actually used from the Deep Dark Sea mini game. D.W. the Picky Eater : The credits scroll in front of the page from the book where D.W. is peeking over the dinner table, with various music from the game playing.
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"Arthur" Based on the Arthur Adventure Books by: Marc Brown Based on the Arthur Adventure Books by: Marc Brown Executive Producers: Carol Greenwald, Peter Moss Producers: Cassandra Schafhausen, Lesley Taylor Director: Greg Bailey Supervising Executive and Coordinating Producer: Pierre Valette Executive Story Editor: Peter K. Hirsch Voice Director: Debra Toffan Line Producer: Diane Dallaire ...
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Lullaby Renditions of James Arthur. They are both pleased by this, and shake hands. By season 7, Moss had left Cinar to join Nelvana as a development executive, and financial director Andrew Porporino took his place as executive producer. Miss Pilgrim's Progress. Voice 2 Credits. Fan Feed 1 Credits 2 Dr. In the Summertime: Ultimate Summer Anthems. This is followed by glass breaking in the distance, shocking the other musicians. Close Ad. Haynes: In the Car The original recording is , but is shortened to about 1 minute for the opening theme and seconds for the credits. The Glacier Fox. Executive Phyllis Somerville Directed by Steve Gordon Jane Lynch - as Mr. Constance Barry Talents France Bleu, Vol. It'll All Make Sense in the End. Baba Yega. Kids might hear words like "sissy" or "stupid" and see Arthur and D. PBS Kids original programming. Retrieved May 14, Profession Actor. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films. In season 2, the song "Crazy Bus", written and performed by then-head writer Joe Fallon, was introduced. NRJ Spring Hits Party Tyme Karaoke: Super Hits Rules and Guidelines Rules Manual of Style. Unsere kleine Farm. Atta Girl, Kelly! Midnight String Quartet Performs Hits of Plus de Hits Summer , Vol. Say You Won't Let Go. Revenge of the Stepford Wives. Streams Videos All Posts. Ready to Race. Postcards from Buster aired from October 11, , to November 21, ; the series faced several years of hiatus, until a brief revival in February , only to be cancelled after airing three unseen episodes that had been held over from the show's third season. Retrieved January 2, Lazy Sunday 4 . Nickelodeon Movies films. Security Guard Joe Doolan September 7, Arthur Read , the series' titular character, is an anthropomorphic brown aardvark who lives in the fictional town of Elwood City. Fit for Fun: Simply Running! Bill George Riddle TriStar Pictures films. Binky " and " Room to Ride ".
Note: This website will only cover the first nine seasons those from the Cinar era and the first to be produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment. The show is about a an anthropomorphic 8-year-old aardvark boy who lives in the fictional town of Elwood City and is in the third grade at Lakewood Elementary School. The adventures mainly the early ones are based on the books published by Marc Brown. At that time, 6 million Arthur books were sold. Random House Home Video also agreed to be the distributor for the episodes on VHS, while Cinar itself distributed the show internationally. Executive producer Carol Greenwald mentioned that it was the first time an animated series premiered as a daily show on PBS. Chuck E. Cheese's replaced Lego as a temporary underwriter for the show in late , then followed by more various ones from through Sony Wonder released more than 50 different titles from to When the show was available on iTunes by June , Seasons were not part of the distribution in North America. Wiki Content. Recent blog posts Forum. Explore Wikis Community Central. Register Don't have an account? History Talk 0. Universal Conquest Wiki. A smile. Oh yeah, a picture. Thank you. Of course, that's how we do everything. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service.
Annapurna Pictures films. The headphones fling back onto the director's head in boomerang motion, who then then decides to do a sound test on a kitty cat who is sleeping. Salute the Toff. Stanford Bach Anne De Salvo This is followed by glass breaking in the distance, shocking the other musicians. The show is about a an anthropomorphic 8-year-old aardvark boy who lives in the fictional town of Elwood City and is in the third grade at Lakewood Elementary School. Featured Artist. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. The Body Said No! The Pursuit of Happiness. Brown himself stated that the series is influenced by his upbringing as a child in Erie, and specifically noted that Mr. Your Songs . Animation World Network. Plant Store Owner Gordon Press Rules and Guidelines Rules Manual of Style. Dylan Gerard. The Arthur series has won several awards including the George Foster Peabody, and for good reason. Something Wicked This Way Comes. Archived PDF from the original on February 9, Prize Man Bob Maroff Lance Armstrong and Joan Rivers are the only guest stars to make more than one appearance on the series. Rewrite the Stars. Play Sound. Retrieved May 5, Occasionally, some episodes may not offer educational value. Burt Johnson Ted Ross It'll All Make Sense in the End. The episodes usually start off with one of the characters usually Arthur speaking towards the audience about a situation within the story followed by the title card. Season 19 was the last season to be produced by 9 Story, with Montreal-based-Oasis Animation taking over starting in season Dance Hits . NRJ Music Awards Alonzo Holt. Arthur presents issues and situations kids can relate to, and teaches positive behaviors and responses to these issues in a genuine and comical way. This segment is seen exclusively on PBS telecasts of the show, filling space otherwise used for commercials, which are generally forbidden on PBS. Like the Music credits animation, this one was only involved with the sound team, including music, sound engineers, and voice actors. Sony Pictures Animation films. The X Factor: 10 Years of Hits. A director with recording equipment for a voiceover session holds a microphone up to a lady, who then screams very loud and blows the director's headphones away, making the volume meter on the recording machine break the volume scale with bursting sound waves. Brown was reluctant at first to become a part of a medium for which he had little respect, but soon agreed when he learned that the objective of the television series would be to use the powerful medium of television to encourage children to read books. Namespaces Article Talk. Dance Kids Bartender Lawrence Tierney The latest, Arthur's Missing Pal , was produced by Mainframe Entertainment and is the first animated Arthur project to make use of 3-D computer-generated imagery. Paramount Pictures films. Assassinos de Elite. It has by far the most appearances across the Living Books games. Screen Gems films. For example, the town's moving company is called "Tolon Moving", and everyday items such as cups or pencil sharpeners have the word "Eliza" printed on them.
The credits sequences sorted in order of debut from top to bottom : Wizard, Music, Painting, Programmer, Phone, Voiceover and Cheering. Every game includes a credits sequence accessible from the options menu. In most cases, these credits sequences not only list off the people who worked on the game, but also include an animation to accompany it. These animations all have the same style and many appear across multiple games in the series, and they are related to the current list of people displayed. They also all use a jazz score for the background music composed by Joey Edelman , and this in turn was usually included in its entirety as a bonus CD audio track. Four games in the series have a unique set of credits more on that below. The credits sequences are listed in order of which they first debuted. A wizard attempts to create a dog out of nothing, but at first struggles making anything at all, then makes a rat but is dissatisfied, then morphs it to a chicken. Still frustrated, he tries one more time, and is successful at making a dog. However, as he is giving an aside for his accomplishment, the dog morphs into a large dragon unbeknownst to him. The dragon pulls the wizard's sleeve to get his attention, which completely scares the wizard and leads to him fainting. The dragon simply gives an aside glance, chuckling. Because of this, it is considered to be a "wild credits sequence". A pianist, a trombone player, and a double bass player all prepare to play the jazz score that accompanies the credits, with a one-man-band on the far right occasionally interrupting with cartoonish noises. The one-man-band is equipped with a whole slew of instruments, such as a saxophone, a bass drum, a bike horn, a cow bell, and even a green bird. After multiple interruptions occur, he finishes off by shooting a pop-gun. This is followed by glass breaking in the distance, shocking the other musicians. This sequence is almost always accompanied by the sound team, including music, sound engineers, and voice actors. It has by far the most appearances across the Living Books games. A male and female artist are painting a red triangle and a green circle, respectively. The male painter mistakenly flings some of his to the female painter, which the female painter strikes back in retaliation by intentionally flinging her red paint back onto his green paint. This fight goes on for some time, until it eventually ends with them splashing their paint buckets on each other's canvases. However, their red triangle and green circle both shows up again afterwards, with each taking notice. They are both pleased by this, and shake hands. A programmer sits in front of his computer, starting to type away. A bunch of nonsense code starts to appear above, but he takes it too far away and the cords turn burning red, causing the computer to overheat, overload, and eventually explode and fall apart in a cartoonish fashion. In the aftermath, a cube lands on the programmer's head, then he is exasperated as the computer's screen starts blinking red within its electrical buzzing noises. In Arthur's Teacher Trouble , there is a slightly longer ending where the programmer glances at the player and chuckles "b-huh" in a sad tone. A worker is taking in calls from two phones at the same time, all while a group of people open the door to his left and start tossing him all sorts of shapes, all while he begins to juggle them. After the group of people leave, the worker tosses his shapes up into the air, and starts catching all of the falling shapes and stacking them up onto his finger. After that, the worker gives an aside glance and waves his arm out, with one phone hanging on his arm and ringing. This is an obvious visual representation of what working on the production staff can feel like, showing how many things they can have to worry about at once. Likewise, the production staff is usually featured whenever this one comes up. A director with recording equipment for a voiceover session holds a microphone up to a lady, who then screams very loud and blows the director's headphones away, making the volume meter on the recording machine break the volume scale with bursting sound waves. The headphones fling back onto the director's head in boomerang motion, who then then decides to do a sound test on a kitty cat who is sleeping. The lady then steps on the cat's tail, making the cat screech and run off the screen, hence the volume meter on the recording machine reaching the perfect volume that doesn't break the volume limit. The director then makes an "okay" sign with his finger to show approval to the lady. He then gives an aside glance and raises his eyebrows. Like the Music credits animation, this one was only involved with the sound team, including music, sound engineers, and voice actors. It was exclusively made in x resolution unlike other credits sequences, and this one has been long forgotten until it was recovered by a YouTuber, GeorgeQGreg, and subsequently uploaded by ARemoteAndRandomName video provided below. Seven people stand in a line facing the screen, all cheering. At the end of the animation, within a few seconds, the blonde woman on the far left accidentally lets go of a balloon and it pops, startling everyone. This is used to show the remaining members not already covered in other sections, like quality assurance and special thanks. This animation is always positioned after the Music animation when it doesn't have enough vacancy to make room for said crediting lists. Unique Credits Sequences. The Wizard's background music had the main piano track at a lower volume and different quality to the piano instruments, the Music animation performs the same tune as the Programmer one but with the trombone, the music in the Painting animation remained identical but only with different quality to the instruments except the clarinet remained the same , and the Programmer animation featured the entire uncut song without getting the ending piece cut off in the middle despite the first half of the first piece being cut like how the Music animation always plays out. Sheila Rae, the Brave Italian dub only; the order of Wizard and Painting was accidentally reversed on this release. Living Books Wiki Explore. Wiki Content. Explore Wikis Community Central.