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Pucca (뿌까 ['pˤukˤa] in Korean) is a media franchise from the South Korean company Vooz Co., Ltd. and currently distributed in the US by The Walt Disney Company. The characters are quite popular in Europe and Asia, with TV animation in cartoon channels in Europe, Central and South America. These ani... [More]

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    Pingu is a Swiss animated television series created by Otmar Gutman, about a family of penguins who live at the South Pole. The main character is their son and title character, Pingu. The episodes were written by Silvio Mazzola, and directed and animated by Otmar Gutmann using ... [More]

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  “Usavich (ウサビッチ, Usavich) (from Japanese うさぎ "usagi", rabbit, with "vich" giving it faux Russian flavor) is a series of animated short films being produced for MTV Japan by Kanaban Graphics since 2006. It's about an odd couple of rabbits imprisoned in a Russian prison. (From Wikipedia)... [More]