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"Dog Cat Blog Chat": Amazing New Puppet Show

Discussion in 'Puppet News' started by beaker, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    So most of you know about Spiffy Pictures. They have shows like Bunnytown, created by longtime Sesame vet David Rudman and produced by Bill Baretta and Brian Henson (Spiffy pictures also does Curious Buddies and Jack's Big Music Show) They're style is usually simple and bright, but filled with the kind of enthusiasm out of Sesame Street. A lot of the people involved with the company and who work on the shows are Muppeteers you'll all recognize from Sesame and JHC, and the company has created content for both Sesame and JHC productions.

    Well I came across a new online puppet show for kids made by Spiffy Pictures they recently debuted that I was quite thrilled with. It's called "Dog Cat Blog Chat", and just has this really unique character build and feel to it:

    episode 1

    episode 2


  2. davidmartiste

    davidmartiste Well-Known Member

    Thanks for sharing that beaker! It's brilliant! Big smiles. I love it.
  3. crazy chris

    crazy chris Well-Known Member

    im in love!! great stuff!!

  4. The Shoe Fairy

    The Shoe Fairy Well-Known Member

    I'm loving this, it's brilliant and well puppeteered.
  5. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    Your welcome. I appreciate what Spiffy does, if I was a parent I'd definitely buy all their dvds for my kids. But as an adult, I notice most their designs seem to be very simple and aimed at very early development(Bear in the Big Blue House was too in a way, but appealed to me even in my college years) It works for them, but this is the first puppet works I've seen from them that feels more dynamic. I'd love to see more of this style from them

    I'd love to see an official JHC/Spiffy joint kid's show with this style of puppets(I do greatly like the look of the Pajanimals puppets for instance, and while I didnt care too much for the show I LOVED the look of the Animal Jam characters)

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