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    • 9 months 29 days ago
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    Hi there,

    I've followed the newbie guide but I haven't been able to dig this up here or elsewhere on the internet, maybe someone out there can help.

    I don't know why I'm so compelled to figure this out but it's kind of haunted me, I just want to know what it was for some reason!

    I recall seeing what I believe was a claymation children's animated short on television in Atlantic Canada, so possibly on CBC or YTV.

    All I can vaguely remember about the short was it was set in some kind of a very colourful, bizarre tropical landscape, with lots of trees and hills and fruit I guess... maybe on an island? And there was some kind of hairy monster (possibly with a bald head?) that lived in a cave that the inhabitants were scared of at first, but that turned out to be friendly... maybe. I don't remember there being any sort of dialogue, it was quite quiet with just weird noises the creatures made. I don't think it was a full length program, I feel like it was a short in-between cartoons.

    So there's all the cryptic clues I can provide. Any help is much appreciated!
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      • 9 months 29 days ago
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      Skerrcrow wrote:
      Hi there,

      I've followed the newbie guide but I haven't been able to dig this up here or elsewhere on the internet, maybe someone out there can help.

      I don't know why I'm so compelled to figure this out but it's kind of haunted me, I just want to know what it was for some reason!

      I recall seeing what I believe was a claymation children's animated short on television in Atlantic Canada, so possibly on CBC or YTV.

      All I can vaguely remember about the short was it was set in some kind of a very colourful, bizarre tropical landscape, with lots of trees and hills and fruit I guess... maybe on an island? And there was some kind of hairy monster (possibly with a bald head?) that lived in a cave that the inhabitants were scared of at first, but that turned out to be friendly... maybe. I don't remember there being any sort of dialogue, it was quite quiet with just weird noises the creatures made. I don't think it was a full length program, I feel like it was a short in-between cartoons.

      So there's all the cryptic clues I can provide. Any help is much appreciated!



      hhmmm... pingu?
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        • 9 months 27 days ago
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        Hmmm, it's possible, I remember that show, maybe he ended up on a tropical island once, but I'd initially ruled that out.
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          • 9 months 26 days ago
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          Gogs, maybe? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh3jk47DN3U

          If not, have you tried this list? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Clay_animation_television_series_and_films
          signature*WARNING: The above post may be highly opinionated, read at your own risk.

          Gee Caspah, you're a twicky one!
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            • 9 months 21 days ago
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            I am a Canadian and I do remember watching CBC Kids with my younger sister back when she was about 5 years old so 1996. I do remember these shorts that were played in between shows that had two characters made out of clay. One was green and the other one was orange and they didn't really talk it was mostly babble and they could also change into different things as well. I remember one of them turning into a teeter totter or something like that. They also had these messy heads of black hair as well. That's all that I can remember from the short I can't remember anything else. But I hope that it helps.
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              • 9 months 21 days ago
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              Sure your color was adjusted properly?
              Sounds similar to,...

              Red and Blue


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              Red and Blue

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