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Hug, Hug, Hug!

Hug, Hug, Hug!

Hug, Hug, Hug! (2000) Episode 118- Between the Lions Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • 2000
  • Sirius Thinking Ltd., WGBH Boston
  • Public Broadcasting Service
  • Between the Lions Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Theo, Gawain, Arty Smarty-Pants, Barnaby B. Busterfield III, Cleopatra "Cleo" Lion, Lionel, Leona, Walter Pigeon, Click the Mouse, Clay Pigeon, Silver Knight, Golf Announcer, Fred Newman, Gold Knight, Cliff Hanger, Child, Statue, New Jersey Net, Puppeteers.
  • Vocal Talent: Peter Linz (Theo, Gawain), Tim Lagasse (Arty Smarty-Pants, Barnaby B. Busterfield III), Jennifer Barnhart (Cleopatra "Cleo" Lion), Anthony Asbury (Lionel, Arty Smarty-Pants), Kathryn Mullen (Leona), Tyler Bunch (Walter Pigeon), Heather Asch (Click the Mouse, Clay Pigeon), Scott Dodson (Silver Knight), David Matthew Feldman (Puppeteer), BJ Guyer (Puppeteer), Paul McGinnis (Puppeteer), Fred Newman (Golf Announcer, Himself), Richard O'Connor (Gold Knight), Chris Phillips (Cliff Hanger), Victor Yerrid (Puppeteer), Richard Zhuravenko (Child), Rebecca Woodland (Statue), Stephon Marbury (New Jersey Net), Michael K. Frith, Matt Vogel.
  • Directed By Lisa Simon.
  • Produced By Carol Klein, Sonia Rosario.
    Associate Producers: Kevin Farrell, Stephanie Mills, James Sabatini, Rasheema Graham, Jared Jenkins, Adam Daniel.
    Supervising Producers: Carol Stein, Sonia Rosario, Carol Klein, Elizabeth Benjes.
    Executive Producers: Christopher Cerf, Norman Stiles, Judith Stoia, Brigid Sullivan.
    Executive Producer (Sirius Thinking): Michael K. Frith.
    Consulting Producers: Fred Newman, Joe Fallon, Louise Gikow, Carlos Dortz.
    Line Producer: Carol Klein.
    Coordinating Producers: Michele McDonough, Elizabeth Benjes, Beth Kirsch.
  • Animated By J.J. Carroll, Matthew Clinton, Tissa David, Steven Dovas, Krystoff Giersz, Ken Kimmelman, Alexandra Reshanov, Larry Ruppel, Ed Smith, Patrick Smith.
    Computer Animator: Paul Belliveau.
    Animation Director: Brian O'Connell.
    Director (Animation Segment): Michael Sporn.
  • Written By Judy Freudberg.
  • Edited By Kristi Kilkenny, Jordan Montminy, Scott Silva, Therese Cafaro, Leo Cullen, Vincent Straggas.
    Associate Editor: Joshua Charson.
    Assistant Editor: Amy Ulrich.
  • Creators: Lou Berger, Chris Cerf, Michael K. Frith, Kathryn Miller, Norman Stiles.
  • Production Management: April Chadderdon, Jared Jenkins.
  • Production Designer: Laura Brock.
  • Unit Production Manager: Karen Carr.
  • Head Writer: Norman Stiles.
  • Staff Writers: Joe Fallon, Louise Gikow.
  • Script Supervisors: Diana DeCubellis, Andy Williamson.
  • Cinematography: Bill Berner.
  • Casting: Matthew Messinger, Donna DeSeta, Ellyn Marshall, Maria E. Nelson.
  • Art Directors: Evelyn Sakash, Laura Brock, Karen Wing.
  • Puppeteer: Kathryn Mullen.
  • Animation Producers: Valerie Cardon, Richard O'Connor.
  • Animation Designer: R.O. Blechman.
  • Animation Designer ("Tiger Words"): Maciek Albrecht.
  • Animation Designer ("Chicken Jane, " Other Segments): Ron Barrett.
  • Segment Director (Gawain's Word, Sloppy Pop): Jesse Gordon.
  • Production Coordinators: Nicole Brown, Jared Jenkins, Jennifer McCague.
  • Executive in Charge of Production: Brigid Sullivan.
  • Production Assistant: Brian Sales.
  • Post-Production Supervisor: Scott Colwell.
  • Funding: Carnegie Corporation of New York, Charles H. Revson Foundation, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, General Mills, Institute for Civil Society, Park Foundation, U.S. Department of Education,

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A sculptor named Pygmalion carves a statue of a woman, falls in love with her, and gives her a hug- only she can't hug him back. The Lions then try to help find ways for the statue to...  (more)

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