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Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment and continues to do so.

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  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment and continues to do so.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star or Luna standing on the logo. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment and continues to do so.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment and continues to do so.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Limited) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so.
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  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment and continues to do so. Nelvana also distributes internationally two Nickelodeon shows: Taina and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents. As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star or Luna standing on the logo. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment and continues to do so. Nelvana also distributes internationally two Nickelodeon shows: Taina, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents. As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment and continues to do so. Nelvana also distributes internationally three Nickelodeon shows: Taina, the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents and the first season of SpongeBob SquarePants . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also distributes internationally three Nickelodeon shows: Taina, the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents and the first season of SpongeBob SquarePants . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes six Nickelodeon shows: Taina, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Danny Phantom, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes six Nickelodeon shows: Taina, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Danny Phantom, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan, In 2020, Nelvana was acquired by the Klasky Csupo and was folded into it. As of 2012, Most of the Nelvana library is currently owned by BVS Entertainment after Saban acquired the Klasky Csupo on October 22, 2012. In addition to animated and live-action television shows, while under Saban, Nelvana produced 2D feature films, including (2010) and Inspector Gadget (2011), and licensed various anime series such as Sailor Moon, Yu Gi Oh and Sonic X.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes six Nickelodeon shows: Taina, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Danny Phantom, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan, In 2020, Nelvana was acquired by the Klasky Csupo and was folded into it. As of 2012, Most of the Nelvana library is currently owned by BVS Entertainment after Saban acquired the Klasky Csupo on October 22, 2012. In addition to animated and live-action television shows, while under Saban, Nelvana produced 2D feature films, including Foster Home for Imaginary Friends The Movie (2010) and Inspector Gadget (2011), and licensed various anime series such as Sailor Moon, Yu Gi Oh and Sonic X.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes six Nickelodeon shows: Taina, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Danny Phantom, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan, In 2020, Nelvana was acquired by the Klasky Csupo and was folded into it. As of 2012, Most of the Nelvana library is currently owned by BVS Entertainment after Saban acquired the Klasky Csupo on October 22, 2012. In addition to animated and live-action television shows, while under Saban, Nelvana produced 2D feature films, including Foster Home for Imaginary Friends The Movie (2010) and Inspector Gadget (2011), and licensed various anime series such as Sailor Moon, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters and Sonic X.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes six Nickelodeon shows: Taina, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Danny Phantom, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Limited) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes six Nickelodeon shows: Taina, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Danny Phantom, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes six Nickelodeon shows: Taina, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Danny Phantom, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan, In 2021, Nelvana was acquired by the Klasky Csupo and was folded into it. As of 2012, Most of the Nelvana library is currently owned by BVS Entertainment after Saban acquired the Klasky Csupo on October 22, 2012. In addition to animated and live-action television shows, while under Saban, Nelvana produced 2D feature films, including Foster Home for Imaginary Friends The Movie (2010) and Inspector Gadget (2011), and licensed various anime series such as Sailor Moon, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters and Sonic X.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes six Nickelodeon shows: Taina, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, Spongebob Squarepants, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan, In 2021, Nelvana was acquired by the Klasky Csupo and was folded into it. As of 2012, Most of the Nelvana library is currently owned by BVS Entertainment after Saban acquired the Klasky Csupo on October 22, 2012. In addition to animated and live-action television shows, while under Saban, Nelvana produced 2D feature films, including Foster Home for Imaginary Friends The Movie (2010) and Inspector Gadget (2011), and licensed various anime series such as Sailor Moon, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters and Sonic X.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Ltd.) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear or Luna looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes six Nickelodeon shows: Taina, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Danny Phantom, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland, and Japan.
  • Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. (previously known as Nelvana Limited) is a Canadian animation studio and children's media company owned by Corus Entertainment. Founded in 1971, it was named by founders Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith after a Canadian comic book superheroine created by Adrian Dingle in the 1940s. The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at the North Star. Most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly children's literature, but original programming is also part of its roster such as Corn & Peg. It ventured into the world of live action from its establishment in 1971 and continues to do so. Nelvana also internationally distributes two Nickelodeon shows: Taina, and the first five seasons of The Fairly OddParents . As of 2001, its library comprises more than 1,650 cumulative half-hours of original programming. The company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan.
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