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This page is about the post-2004 Cookie Jar Entertainment. For the company known as Cinar prior to 2005, see Cinar (1976-2004).

Cookie Jar Entertainment (formerly CINAR) is a Canadian producer of children's animated television programs. It is headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, with offices in Paris, Toronto, and Los Angeles among other places.

Television programs[]

  • The Adventures of the Little Koala
  • Albert the 5th Musketeer
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark?
  • Arthur (and its spinoff, Postcards from Buster)
  • Animal Crackers
  • The Baskervilles
  • Bonjour Timothy
  • The Busy World of Richard Scarry
  • Caillou
  • ChalkZone
  • Chris Cross
  • David the Gnome
  • The Doodlebops
  • Emily of New Moon
  • Flight Squad
  • Gerald McBoing-Boing
  • Ivor the Invisible
  • Katie and Orbie
  • The Little Lulu Show
  • Madeline
  • Mona the vampire
  • The Mysterious Cities of Gold
  • The Noozles
  • Sally Marshall is Not an Alien
  • Space Cases
  • Stop the smoggies
  • Thomas's Suit
  • White Fang
  • Who Gets the House?
  • The Whole of the Moon
  • The Wombles
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
  • Zooboombafoo

External links[]


Notes[]

In its previous incarnation as CINAR, the company enjoyed an illustrious existence that ultimately ended in scandal. Cinar was founded in 1976 by Micheline Charest and her husband Ronald A. Weinberg as a foreign-film distribution company. In 2002, both were fined CDN$1 million each as the result of an earlier financial scandal [1], and were banned from their own corporation, any subsidiaries or other Canadian-based companies for five years; such events put the studio on the brink of collapse. The Company was subsequently purchased and rebranded under new management as Cookie Jar Entertainment.

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