Jim and Judy in Teleland
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|Jim and Judy in Teleland|
The series titlecard
|Created by||Paul N. Peroff|
|Written by||Paul N. Peroff|
|Directed by||Paul N. Peroff|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||52|
|Producer(s)||Paul N. Peroff
|Running time||5 minutes approx.|
|Production company(s)||Television Screen Productions, Film Flash Productions|
|Original release||September 1949|
Jim and Judy in Teleland is an American animated television series. It was one of the first cartoon series made for television. The series was later shown in 1959 under the title Bob and Betty in Adventureland.
Peroff created 52 episodes of the series in 1949-50 but had very difficult time finding distribution for his product. The show was later sold to Venezuela in 1954, to Deadwood, South Dakota in 1954 and to Japan in 1956. In the cartoon Jim and Judy used to enter their television for adventures. Later parents were concerned with the show saying their children were attempting to enter their televisions at home too.
- "Jim and Judy in Teleland". Toonarific. Retrieved 2011-10-05.
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