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9 Cartoons From Your Childhood That Were Made In Canada

You may know very well about the details in each cartoon since it’s a part of your childhood. But we ensure that you may not know where it comes from. Read our post – the 9 cartoons from your childhood that were made in Canada to prove us wrong. 

Barbie

Barbie
Barbie

The first two films of Barbie were made by Mainframe Entertainment. And it was  Rainmaker Entertainment to be in charge of producing the last one. Both studios’ locations are in Vancouver.

The animated doll had tons of movies that were well-known globally. For example, Barbie in a Mermaid Tale, Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus, Barbie of Swan Lake, etc. 

Tell us more about your favorite ones in the comment section below so we can relive our good memories.

Arthur – Cartoons Made In Canada

Arthur
Arthur

The production team of this cartoon came from Cookie Jar Studios. But in fact, this studio is a part of Cookie Jar Entertainment. 

Until 2019, the series has still released new episodes. By that, Arthur has been beside us for more than 20 years.

Caillou

Caillou
Caillou

Remember the cute little boy with bald-headed that we watched when we were a kid? According to IMDb, it’s Cookie Jar Entertainment that the production company of the cartoon. Its headquarter is in Toronto, Canada.

The Magic School Bus

The-Magic-School-Bus
The-Magic-School-Bus

Ms. Frizzle and her class have Canadian roots as well. One of the cartoon’s production firms contains Nelvana. 

Frankie and Grace star Lily Tomlin voiced the teacher’s animated character. And in 1997, Noah Reid used to voice two episodes.

Little Bear – Cartoons Made In Canada

Little-Bear
Little-Bear

The series of animated talking animals were thoroughly entertaining those past years. Many production businesses were used to make Little Bear and his friends. The Toronto-based company – Nelvana, part of Corus Entertainment, is one of them.

Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer – Cartoons Made In Canada

Rudolph-The-Red-Nosed-Reindeer
Rudolph-The-Red-Nosed-Reindeer

The red-nosed reindeer that grew up with us is a classic Christmas symbol. The original film first debuted in 1964 and people said that the movie’s set was in Toronto.

In 2001, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer & the Island of Misfit Toys came out. The credit for the movie belonged to three companies Pinewood Sound, Atomic Cartoons, and BLT Productions. All of them came from Vancouver.

The Berenstain Bears

The-Berenstain-Bears
The-Berenstain-Bears

This is the famous children’s animated television comedy series we all know. Back in previous years, a post on Reddit about this cartoon caused an online discussion. A member supposed that the name of the bears should be “Berenstein” instead of “Berenstain”.

IMDb then confirmed that “Berenstain” is actually the correct spelling. The website also claims Nelvana as a production company, so, this classic is completely Canadian.

Franklin

Franklin
Franklin

The talking turtle with bright green came from Toronto. It was Noah Reid who voiced the animated character. So, the original homeland of Franklin together with Snail, Bear, Rabbit, Fox, Goose, and the rest of the gang was Canada.

Angela Anaconda – Cartoons Made In Canada

Angela-Anaconda
Angela-Anaconda

Following IMDb, there were five production firms that contributed to adventures of Angela. Three of them are Canadian-owned.

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