64 zoo lane is a kid show about a girl who goes out side her house at night to play with her zoo friends including a giraffe zebra and more. The show is definitely a show for the whole family to watch.
Brum is a car who loves to go around the city each day. Follow him as he helps save the day by identifying criminals, dances with people and sometimes even gets up to no good, only to be helpful later.
On Christmas Eve, the tree is decorated, and gifts are unwrapped ... and Arnold receives a fun gift from Kipper! As their world turns into a winter wonderland, Kipper and Tiger turn themselves into a giant snowball and build - what else? - a snow dog! From sledding down Big Hill to slip-sliding across a frozen pond to building an igloo, Kipper loves playing with his friends all winter long! Written by
This is one of the greatest shows ever that has sadly fallen into obscurity. It's so charming, cute, and calming.
The show centers around the titular Kipper the Dog and the adventures in his life. They range from being small things like setting up his inflatable pool to large-scale adventures like flying to the moon on a magic carpet (it makes sense in context). Along with Kipper, his friends include another dog named Tiger, a rather dumb pig named Pig, Pig's young cousin Arnold, a large but gentle dog named Jake, and quite a few other characters. The voice actors do a wonderful job giving each of them distinct personalities.
The art style captures the books to a tee. And the animation is nice and...I wouldn't say 'slow' as that implies negativity, but the way the characters move is often so calm, a great break from the rather hectic world we occupy. The music is also really great. It's always got this soothing tone to it.
I don't get why it's not as appreciated as it should be. It's a great show for not just kids, but parents too. It's wonderful for when you've had a busy day and need something to easy your stress and brighten your spirits. It's like getting a bedtime story told to you in animation.
I can't go beyond ten stars, so I must stick with ten.
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