George Arthur Bloom

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George Arthur Bloom (born 1945) is an American born Canadian screenwriter and producer known for his work on Nelvana television titles such as The Magic School Bus and Cyberchase. He also wrote the pilots for The Transformers and My Little Pony, as well as a number of installments of the My Little Pony series such as My Little Pony 'n Friends and My Little Pony Tales. In 1980, he was a scriptwriter for Disney's The Last Flight of Noah's Ark and has written several scripts, produced and story edited for various television shows and films for children and adults alike such as Welcome Back, Kotter, Working Stiffs, Sanford Arms, the American version of the British sitcom Love Thy Neighbor, Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars, Street Sharks, most of the Tugs segments for Salty's Lighthouse, Stockard Channing in Just Friends, The Billy Crystal Comedy Hour, Street Fighter: the Animated Series, A Knife for the Ladies, several sketches of Cher, CBS Library, Starsky and Hutch, Chico and the Man, Alice, Jem and the Holograms, Conan the Adventurer, Romance Theatre, Throb, All in the Family, The New Dick Van Dyke Show, three of the Shades of Love films, Solid Gold, The Dean Martin Show, Carter Country, The Incredible Hulk, Nature Cat, The Julie Andrews Hour, The Charmkins, Too Close for Comfort, Party Games for Adults Only, Love, Sidney, The Powder Room, Nine to Five, Potato Head Kids and The Glo Friends. Bloom wrote two of GoodTimes Home Video's 1994 animated films Leo the Lion: King of the Jungle and Cinderella and as well as Alice in Wonderland in 1995.

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Interview about the screenplay for Any Day Now with George Arthur Bloom