Corduroy (TV series)

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Corduroy
Genre Cartoon series
Directed by Louis Piche
Larry Jacobs
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26
Production
Running time 11 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel TVOKids
Treehouse TV
PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch
Original run September 30, 2000 – September 29, 2001

Corduroy is an American animated cartoon TV series based on Don Freeman's 1968 children's book Corduroy. The show aired for one season on PBS Kids' Bookworm Bunch until it was cancelled along with Elliot Moose. The show was set in New York City. It was directed by Louis Piche and Larry Jacobs. In Canada, the show was shown on Treehouse TV as well as TVOntario, but has since been removed from these stations' schedules as well. The show only lasted for 13 half-hour episodes (26 11-minute stories), airing from 2000 to 2001.

Networks it aired on[edit]

Canada

USA

Cast and characters[edit]

Episodes[edit]

# Title Air Date
1 "Lost and Found" September 30, 2000
2 "Going Up" October 7, 2000
3 "Good Night, Corduroy" October 14, 2000
4 "Soap Flakes" October 21, 2000
5 "Ice Dream" October 28, 2000
6 "Special Delivery" November 4, 2000
7 "Clean Up" November 11, 2000
8 "Music Lesson" November 18, 2000
9 "Ship's Ahoy" November 25, 2000
10 "Help Wanted" December 2, 2000
11 "Flight of Fancy" December 9, 2000
12 "1 + 1 = 2" December 16, 2000
13 "Cute as a Button" December 23, 2000
14 "Sleep Tight" December 30, 2000
15 "Tooth Ache" January 6, 2001
16 "Mop Top" January 13, 2001
17 "Art Smart" January 20, 2001
18 "A Hot Day in the City" January 27, 2001
19 "Yours, Mine and Ours" February 3, 2001
20 "Say Cheese" February 10, 2001
21 "Once, Twice, Ice" February 17, 2001
22 "Sticks and Stones" February 24, 2001
23 "Super Duper Market" March 14, 2001
24 "Party Plans" March 21, 2001
25 "Finders Keepers" March 28, 2001
26 "Between the Covers" March 29, 2001

Funding[edit]

The Corporation For Public Broadcasting

External links[edit]