Created in 1939, the National Film Board of Canada has produced and distributed literally thousands of films by and about Canadians, including hundreds of animated shorts. But despite the ... See full summary »
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Created in 1939, the National Film Board of Canada has produced and distributed literally thousands of films by and about Canadians, including hundreds of animated shorts. But despite the fact that these innovative cartoons received several Oscar wins and nominations, most were little-seen by Canada's neighbors to the south. Written by Charles Brubaker

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Love this show, miss it terribly
20 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

I'm so glad I taped 5 hours worth of this show, because only a few months after I got into it, Cartoon Network took it off the air in favor of more crappy anime. I HATE ANIME. "O Canada," however, is great. Far too much of American-made animation is asinine or far too violent for children. Canadian animation, on the other hand, is creative and beautiful. Plus, most of the cartoons shown on "O Canada" had positive messages. My favorites are too numerous to count, but two cartoons that stick out in my mind are "The Sweater," "Blackfly," and "To Be." I wish Cartoon Network would bring this show back, even if it was still on in the middle of the night...that's what a VCR is for!


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