Garfield

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Garfield is a comic created by Jim Davis. Published since 1978, it chronicles the life of the title character, Garfield, the cat; Jon Arbuckle, the human; and Odie, the dog. As of 2013, it was syndicated in roughly 2,580 newspapers and journals, and held the Guinness World Record for being the world's most widely syndicated comic strip.

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Muntz, Nelson Muntz's mother (first heard in "Wild Barts Can't Be Broken", first seen in "'Tis the Fifteenth Season" and again in The Simpsons Movie). Colin, an Irish boy in The Simpsons Movie. Medicine Woman, in The Simpsons Movie. Maya, a beautiful woman with dwarfism whom Moe Szyslak meets over the Internet in the season 20 episode "Eeny Teeny Maya Moe". Kumiko Nakamura, a Japanese manga artist who becomes the Comic Book Guy's wife in "Married to the Blob". Barbara "Booberella" Lelavinsky is an ample-chested vampire-looking woman and a local TV personality in Springfield. Various other characters. Mom, the owner of Mom's Friendly Robot Company and series antagonist.

Bobby's World

It was produced by Film Roman for Mandel's company – Alevy Productions – and Fox Kids Productions. The theme song for Bobby's World was composed by John Tesh, along with Michael Hanna. Bobby's World follows the daily life of Bobby Generic, with his very overactive imagination and how he sees the world. * Bobby Generic (voiced by Howie Mandel using the same voice he used for Skeeter in Muppet Babies) – Robert Adelvice "Bobby" Generic is the main character of the series, a four- (five- in seasons 2 through 6, then six- in seasons 7 and 8) year-old little boy with huge imaginations.

Garfield on the Town

Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, best known for the Peanuts specials, produced Garfield on the Town. The special was directed by Phil Roman, who had previously directed Here Comes Garfield in 1982. It was the last Garfield special Roman directed before founding his own company called Film Roman to produce the specials himself, starting with Garfield in the Rough (1984). The character of Jon Arbuckle was voiced by Sandy Kenyon in Here Comes Garfield, but was recast with Thom Huge in Garfield on the Town. Huge later voiced Jon in the remaining specials and in the Garfield and Friends TV series. The special was originally aired on CBS on October 28, 1983, and was viewed by 40 million people.

AKOM

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Its biggest claim to fame is the overseas animation of more than 200 episodes of The Simpsons, a total which continues to increase. In fact, they animated the first two seasons of the series exclusively. The studio also produced a portion of the overseas animation for The Simpsons Movie. Other well-known series that AKOM has been involved in include X-Men, The Tick, Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs, Batman: The Animated Series, The Transformers, and five of The Land Before Time films. Action Dad (Seasons 2-3). Animaniacs (Seasons 1–4 and Back In Style). Arthur (Seasons 1–11). Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animated Series (1st season only).

Seth MacFarlane

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Family Guy was originally intended to be a series of shorts on MADtv, much in the same way The Simpsons had begun on The Tracey Ullman Show a decade earlier. Negotiations for the show's MADtv connection fell through early on as a result of budgetary concerns. At age 24, MacFarlane was television's youngest executive producer. Family Guy first aired January 31, 1999. MacFarlane's work in animating Family Guy has been influenced by Jackie Gleason and Hanna-Barbera along with examples from The Simpsons and All in the Family.

The Simpsons: Tapped Out

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List of The Simpsons video games. Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff. Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow. The Simpsons: Tapped Out at Electronic Arts. ‘’The Simpsons: Tapped Out Wiki’’.

Melendez Films

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Lee Mendelson Films.

Universal Studios Hollywood

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The Springfield, themed to The Simpsons television show. This area contains comedic motion simulator The Simpsons Ride, along with multiple eateries themed to the show, a gift shop themed to The Kwik-E-Mart, and several character meet and greets. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter soft opened February 12, 2016, and officially opened April 7, 2016, and is the largest themed area in the Upper Lot, featuring the animatronic and screen based thrill ride Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, which is housed in a replica of Hogwarts castle, featuring actual props from the films in the queue.

Beavis and Butt-Head

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Beavis and Butt-Head is an American adult animated sitcom created by Mike Judge. The series originated from Frog Baseball, a 1992 short film by Judge originally aired on Liquid Television. After seeing the short, MTV signed Judge to develop the short into a full series. The series originally ran for seven seasons from March 8, 1993 to November 28, 1997. Fourteen years following the end of the series, the series was revived for an eighth season which aired from October 27 to December 29, 2011. A theatrical feature-length film based on the series titled Beavis and Butt-Head Do America was released in 1996 by Paramount Pictures.

List of American prime time animated television series

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However, the fact The Simpsons originated as part of the latter show is noted. A Look at The Simpsons' Failed Prime Time Cartoon Competitors. 'The Simpsons' and the Birth of the Modern Animated TV Comedy. Animated TV in the 2000s: DVD Resurrection, Adult Swim, and the MacFarlane Empire.

David Silverman (animator)

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Other representative examples of Silverman's work on The Simpsons include the Homer's histrionic, spasmodic heart attack in "Homer's Triple Bypass", Homer's demented hysterics over the iconic painting of poker-playing canines in "Treehouse of Horror IV" and subsequent turn as an even-more-deranged appropriation of Jack Nicholson's character from "The Shining" in "Treehouse of Horror V", and Homer's archetypically cartoonish reaction to Bart's prescription of Focusyn in "Brother's Little Helper". Silverman worked with Savage Steve Holland to create Klutter! for Fox Kids. It was produced by Fox Kids Company, Savage Studios Ltd, and Film Roman. It was part of Eek!

The Super Hero Squad Show

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The series' animation was produced by Film Roman and Marvel Animation. Prior to the beginning of the series, the villainous Doctor Doom, in pursuit of world domination, attempts to acquire the limitless reality-bending power of the "Infinity Sword." The plan is foiled by Iron Man but as a consequence of their battle, the sword is shattered into numerous "fractals" that rain down on Super Hero City. Doctor Doom has forged alliances with just about every super-villain forming his Lethal Legion in order to hunt down the scattered fractals, each of which possess dangerous and different powers of their own.

The Simpsons (season 3)

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This season's production run (8F) was the last to be animated by Klasky Csupo, before the show's producers Gracie Films opted to switch domestic production of the series to Film Roman. Sharon Bernstein of the Los Angeles Times wrote that "Gracie executives had been unhappy with the producer Csupo had assigned to The Simpsons and said the company also hoped to obtain better wages and working conditions for animators at Film Roman." Klasky Csupo co-founder Gábor Csupó had been "asked [by Gracie Films] if they could bring in their own producer [to oversee the animation production]," but declined, stating "they wanted to tell me how to run my business."

Slacker Cats

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Slacker Cats was animated by Film Roman, the same company that animates The Simpsons and King of the Hill and produced by Laika. It features the voice talents of comedians Harland Williams and Sinbad in the lead roles. It was created by Andy Riley and Kevin Cecil, who also served as executive producers along with animation director Seth Kearsley, who designed the characters. Slacker Cats was canceled on September 17, 2007 after six episodes. A second season premiered on the ABC Family website on January 19, 2009, and was released on iTunes and Xbox Live Marketplace. The second season was numbered as a continuation of the first season, episodes 7 through 12.

Free for All (TV series)

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Sam McMurray (who did voicework on such shows as Dinosaurs and The Simpsons) was the voice of Johnny's father, Douglas.

The Happy Elf

Production on the special is by Film Roman, an IDT Entertainment company, the same animation company known for producing The Simpsons. Eubie the Elf (Rob Paulsen) loves working in Santa Claus' workshop up at the North Pole, despite the other elves' complaints about being annoyed by his overly happy personality. One Christmas Eve morning, Eubie's boss, Norbert, assigns him to checking the naughty and nice lists. However, while checking the lists, Eubie discovers that every child in the town of Bluesville is naughty. So, he decides to go to Bluesville and spread Christmas cheer. Bluesville is a dark miserable town at the bottom of a very deep valley, completely surrounded by tall dark cliffs.

Kamp Krusty

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It was the final episode to be produced in this run and so the last animated at Klasky Csupo, before the show's producers Gracie Films moved its domestic production to Film Roman. Some elements of the plot are borrowed from the Allan Sherman song "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh", a song about a kid who went to camp and hated it. The song was later used in "Marge Be Not Proud", and inspired the title of a later episode. The idea for the song sung by the children was from a 1960s TV show called Camp Runamuck, which has a theme song that is similar to the Kamp Krusty song.

List of 20th Century Fox television programs

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The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special – In 3-D! On Ice! (2010). Rent: Live (2019). Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story (1995). The O.J. Simpson Story (1995). Alien Nation: Millennium (1996). If Looks Could Kill (1996). Pretty Poison (1996). Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1998). Gargantua (1998). Night of the Headless Horseman (1999). Olive, the Other Reindeer (1999) (co-production with The Curiosity Company). The Muppets' Wizard of Oz (2005) (co-production with The Jim Henson Company and Touchstone Television). Just an Old Sweet Song (1976, TV movie). Something for Joey (1977, TV movie). First, You Cry (1978, TV movie). The Boy Who Drank Too Much (1980, TV movie).

Izzy (mascot)

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Produced by Film Roman, the special aired only once on TNT on August 12, 1995, and is now considered to be a lost piece of media. Despite continued efforts to evolve his look, Izzy proved very unpopular; a range of nicknames appeared in media outlets, such as "The Sperm in Sneakers." Busch Gardens Williamsburg, a theme park in Williamsburg, Virginia, named a new Wild Mouse roller coaster after the mascot, but the name has since been changed. A popular joke that circulated in Atlanta around the end of the 1996 games stated that the blue line painted on Peachtree Road (which actually designated the route for the Olympic Marathon) was "Izzy's ass being dragged out of town."

Mission Hill (TV series)

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The show won an award from GLAAD for its positive portrayal of a gay relationship. * Cult television * Mission Hill Episode Guide - Film Roman | BCDB Andrew "Andy" French (Wallace Langham) – A 24-year-old in his third consecutive "post-college slump year." Andy is an aspiring cartoonist. From the pilot episode to "Unemployment, Part 1," Andy worked at a waterbed store where his boss was a lecherous short, ill-tempered, foul-mouthed man who frequented strip clubs. From "Unemployment, Part 2" to "Plan 9 from Mission Hill" (and including the unfinished episodes "Supertool" and "Pretty in Pink"), Andy works as an artist at the same advertising agency as Jim.

Garfield's Babes and Bullets

It was directed and produced by Phil Roman under his company, Film Roman. After the airing of the initial animated Garfield: His 9 Lives special on November 22, 1988, Garfield's Babes and Bullets aired on May 23, 1989. It played on prime time on CBS. The special was included on the DVD Garfield Fantasies, released in May 2005. It was featured along with the specials Garfield: His 9 Lives and Garfield's Feline Fantasies (1990). The special won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (One Hour or Less) in 1989. The animated version of Garfield: His 9 Lives was also nominated that year.

Television special

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A television special (often TV special, or rarely "television spectacular") is a stand-alone television show which temporarily interrupts episodic programming normally scheduled for a given time slot. Specials have been produced which provide a full range of entertainment and informational value available via the television medium (news, drama, comedy, variety, cultural), in various formats (live television, documentary, studio production, animation, film), and in any viewing lengths (short films, theatrical films, miniseries, telethons).

Lee Mendelson

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In 1968, Mendelson produced the documentary, Travels With Charley based upon the book by John Steinbeck. Mendelson is the founder and head of Lee Mendelson Film Productions, a Burlingame, California-based television and film production company. Mendelson Productions has produced over 100 television and film productions, winning 12 Emmys and 4 Peabodys, as well as numerous Grammy, Emmy, and Oscar nominations. He has a wife, Debbie, and five children.

Science fiction

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Science fiction (often shortened to Sci-Fi or SF) is a genre of speculative fiction, typically dealing with imaginative concepts such as advanced science and technology, space exploration, time travel, and extraterrestrial life. Science fiction often explores the potential consequences of scientific and other innovations, and has been called a "literature of ideas".