Wang Film Productions

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Wang Film Productions
Industry Animation
Founded July 10, 1978
Headquarters Taipei, Taiwan, Xindian
Products Feature films, television series
Services Animation outsourcings
Owner Governments of Taiwan

Wang Film Productions (also known as Hong Guang (宏廣) and Cuckoo's Nest Studio) is one of the oldest and most prolific Taiwanese animation studios. The company, based in Xindian, Taipei,[1] has done animation/ink and paint for various TV shows and films for studios in North America, Europe and Asia.

Its founder, James Wang (王中元), started the studio in 1978 as an overseas facility for the U.S. animation outlet Hanna-Barbera.[2] At the time, it was called Cuckoo's Nest Studio.[2]

The company is also famous for their work on the overseas production for Nelvana's Care Bears franchise, Film Roman's Garfield and Friends and Bobby's World, Klasky Csupo's Rugrats pilot and first season, Disney's DuckTales and Stretch Films' Courage the Cowardly Dog. They also helped produce effects for the 1982 film Tron and some Peanuts television specials, production ink & paint matting, animation assistance, ink and paint of Wang Film Productions animation: The Prince and the Pauper, The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea, Leroy & Stitch and the television series of animation production by Wang Film Productions: Phineas and Ferb and television film Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension.

Its primary contractor is the division of Wang Film Productions in Taiwan and Thai Wang Film Productions in Thailand, produced by Walt Disney Television Animation, the animated direct-to-video films, television film and theatrical films is the commercials and several of Universal Animation Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation, Hyperion Pictures, Collringswood O'Hare Entertainment, Lego, Create TV & Film, Creative Capers Entertainment, Miramax Film, Nelvana, Atlantic/Kushner-Locke, Paramount Pictures, Universal Animation Studios, Nickelodeon, TFC Trickompany, Animationstudios Ludewig, Unimeyer Animation, Natterjack Animation, Kroyer Films, Youngheart Productions, FAI Films, WildBrain, Hanna-Barbera Productions, Tonka, Alpha Film, Lanterna Magica, Monipoly Productions, SD Entertainment, DreamWorks Animation, Harlech Television Cymru/Wales, Turner Feature Animation, Colbath, Carolco Pictures, The Matlese, Warner Bros., Stribling Productions, Richard Williams Productions, Allied Filmmakers and Roman WMG, King Features, Telefilm Canada, Southern Star Productions, Film Romans, United Media, Paws, Inc. and Rankins/Bass Productions.

Thai Wang Film Productions[edit]

Thai Wang Film Productions
Industry entertainment
Headquarters Bangkok, Thailand, Cartoon BLDG, Rattanathibes, Bang Kraso, Mueng Nonthaburi
Products Feature films, television series
Production output
Animation
Services Animation outsourcings
Owner Governments of Thailand

Thai Wang Film Productions is an animation studios location and headquarters of Cartoon BLDG, Rattanathibes, Bang Kraso, Mueng Nonthaburi, Bangkok, Thailand for all animated television series, feature film and television film division of Walt Disney Television Animation, is a department production of Wang Film Productions's animation studios in Xindian, Taipei, Taiwan.

Thai Wang Film Productions is an animation studios founded and started for the all animated television series owned and primary contractor division produced by Walt Disney Television Animation. Thai Wang Film Productions worked on the television series included Goof Troop, Timon & Pumbaa, Jungle Cubs, 101 Dalmatians: The Series, Hercules and Buzz Lightyear of Star Command and The 7D. Thai Wang Film Productions additional production facility of Gargoyles the Movie: The Heroes Awaken, Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh, Belle's Magical World and Hercules: Zero to Hero.

Productions[edit]

Feature films[edit]

Films produced by Wang Films

  • Fire Ball (2005)
  • Lin Wang (2018) (currently in production)[citation needed]
Productions

TV shows[edit]

Outsourced from other Studios

Television films and specials[edit]

See also[edit]

References
  1. ^ Chang, Violet (1 May 1998). "Wang's World". Taiwan Review (Government Information Office, Republic of China (Taiwan)). Retrieved 2010-04-12. 
  2. ^ a b Lent, John A. (1 November 2000). "Animation in Asia: appropriation, reinterpretation, and adoption or adaptation". Screening the Past. La Trobe University. Retrieved 2010-04-12. It was while he was in the U.S., after completing his masters degree at Indiana University and looking for ways to enter animation, that James Wang convinced Bill Hanna of Hanna-Barbera to back an offshore animation facility that Wang proposed in his native Taiwan. His Cuckoo's Nest (Wang Film Productions) quickly became one of the world's largest animation producers. 

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