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Pip joins Dangermouse and Wind in the Willow at CHF Entertainment

Pip joins Dangermouse and Wind in the Willow at CHF Entertainment

The creative folks behind iconic toons like Dangermouse and Wind in the Willow are back! Sure, it’s been a long break, but Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall are back in the animated game, joining up with Francis Fitzpatrick to form the super toon team of Cosgrove Hall Fitzpatrick Entertainment; CHF Entertainment, for short. One of the group’s first ventures is a new toon called Pip! Along with his uncle Skipper, Pip takes on new adventures in the seaside town of Salty Cove. CHF hopes to roll out deals for the show by the end of 2011, with plans for new toons to follow.

FremantleMedia Enterprises teases a re-imagined Danger Mouse

FremantleMedia Enterprises teases a re-imagined Danger Mouse

Nearly 30 years ago, in 1981, Cosgrove Hall Films and Thames Television teamed to produce an animated version of James Bond, mixed with Danger Man, mixed with … well, a cartoon mouse. The result was the British super hero spy Danger Mouse, whose animated adventures ran for 89 episodes over nearly a dozen years in the United Kingdom, as well as becoming one of the first cartoons to hit Nickelodeon in the United States. As so much time has passed, the property’s current owner, FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME), has decided the world once again needs the heroic protection of DM and his allies Ernest Penfold, Colonel K, Agent 57, and Professor Heinrich Von Squawkencluck. Certainly, this also means bringing back the horror of villainy, such as Baron Silas Greenback, Nero, Stiletto Mafiosa, Leatherhead, Count Duckula, and Grovel. No word yet on if the updated vision will be in CG or not, but until we know for sure, enjoy the original intro

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