Bumper Films

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Bumper Films
Industry Entertainment
Genre Children's
Successor HiT Entertainment
Founded 1982
Founder John Walker
Ian Frampton
Defunct Company: 2000
Name: 2002
Key people
John Walker
Ian Frampton
Production output
Television Production
Services Licensing

Bumper Films was a children's stop frame production company, which was established by John Walker & Ian Frampton in 1982. They are best known for creating Fireman Sam, which aired from 1987–1994. They also created Joshua Jones, which aired from 1991–1992, Starhill Ponies, which aired from 1998–2001, as well as Rocky Hollow, which aired in 1983. During 2000, Bumper Films' assets was sold to several different parties, one being HiT Entertainment, resulting the company's demise. However, the name continued until 2002.

In Welsh, Bumper Films was called Ffilmial Bumper.

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