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    Genre Animation Anthology

    Written by Joe Menendez

    Daryl G. Nickens Gordon Lewis Franklyn Ajaye Barry Douglas

    Directed by Bruce W. Smith

    Edward Bell Anthony Bell

    Narrated by Robert Guillaume

    Composer Stephen James Taylor

    Country of origin United States

    Original language English

    No. of seasons 3 No. of episodes 39 Production

    Executive producer Carole Rosen

    Running time 30 minutes

    Production companies Hyperion Animation

    Two Oceans Entertainment Group

    Confetti Entertainment Company

    HBO

    Distributor Warner Bros. Television Distribution

    Release

    Original network HBO

    Picture format 4:3

    Original release March 12, 1995 –

    July 18, 2000

    is an American anthology animated television series that premiered on March 12, 1995 on HBO. Narrated by Robert Guillaume, the series aired 39 episodes from 1995 to 2000.[1] Reruns continue to air on HBO Family and HBO Max.

    Contents

    1 Plot 2 Episodes 2.1 Season 1 (1995) 2.2 Season 2 (1997)

    2.3 Season 3 (1999–2000)

    3 Home media 4 References 5 External links

    Plot[edit]

    Each episode details a classic story in different cultures, which contains characters voiced by famous actors, actresses, comedians, singers, rappers, dancers, models, political activists, athletes, stunt performers, and other famous celebrities.[2]

    Episodes[edit]

    Season 1 (1995)[edit]

    # Title Director Original airdate

    1 "Jack and the Beanstalk" Bruce W. Smith March 12, 1995 [3]

    A retelling of the tale with an African twist.

    Featuring the voices of Wayne Collins as Jack, Pauletta Washington as Jack's Mother, Harry Belafonte as the Magician, Tone Loc as the Giant and Jackée Harry as the Giant's wife.

    2 "Little Red Riding Hood aka Little Red Happy Coat" Bruce W. Smith March 19, 1995 [3]

    The classic tale is set in China, Little Red Happy Coat learns that some wolves can't be trusted when she makes a delivery to her grandmother.

    Featuring the voices of Mai Vu as Little Red Happy Coat, BD Wong as Big Bad Wolf, James Hong as Baba and Mr. Sung, Amy Hill as Mother and Mrs. Oolong, Pearl Huang as Mei Li and Poa Poa and Brian Tochi as the Tailor.

    3 "Hansel and Gretel aka Hanselito and Gretelita" Bruce W. Smith March 26, 1995 [3]

    Hanselito and Gretelita explore a candy house where the evil stepmother lives.

    Featuring the voices of Christopher Montoya as Hanselito, Chrissy Padilla as Greteltia, Liz Torres as the Stepmother, Cheech Marin as the father, Rosie Perez as the Witch and Tito Larriva as Ricky Garbanzo.

    4 "The Emperor's New Clothes" Bruce W. Smith April 2, 1995 [4]

    The classic fairytale of Hans Christian Andersen is set in ancient Japan, where an emperor is fooled into paying two rogues named Keiji and Toshio (who are posing as tailors) to create him an outfit from the "legendary Fabric of Dreams".

    Featuring the voices of Gedde Watanabe as the Emperor, George Takei as Keiji, Brian Tochi as the Prince, John Wesley as the Minister, Peter Jason as the Treasurer, Denice Kumagai as Toshio, and Marcus Toji as Akira.

    5 "Rumpelstiltskin" Bruce W. Smith April 9, 1995

    The tale is set in the West Indies, with an old Caribbean and Jamaican twist.

    Featuring the voices of Jasmine Guy as Jonae, Denzel Washington as King Omar, Robert Townsend as Rumpelstiltskin, Roscoe Lee Browne as Friar Ferdinand, Sherman Hemsley as the Miller, Rodney Kageyama as the Turbaned Merchant, Denice Kumagai as the Hat Merchant and Ross Mapletoft as Royal Servant.

    6 "The Frog Prince" Bruce W. Smith April 16, 1995

    The classic story is set in the African jungle where a princess named Ebony meets a frog that was once a prince.

    Featuring the voices of Sinbad as the Frog Prince, Cree Summer as Princess Ebony, Jay Kenneth Johnson as the Magician, Tommy Davidson as the Jester, Danny Glover as the King, LeVar Burton as the Monk, Jay Leno as Jay Frog and Branford Marsalis as Branford Frog.

    7 "Sleeping Beauty aka Sleeping Rosita" Bruce W. Smith April 23, 1995

    The classic story is told with a Hispanic flavor, when Rosita is cast into a long sleep by Evelina, and later awakened by Prince Luis.

    Featuring the voices of Marie Barrientos as Rosita, Ricardo Montalbán as King Carlos, Lucie Arnaz as Queen Maria, Paul Rodriguez as the Court Jester, Vanessa Marquez as the six fairies, Julia Migenes as Evelina the wicked fairy, Carmen Zapata as the seventh fairy, Carlos Mencia as Poncho, Jacob Vargas as Prince Luis and Ross Mapletoft as the old man.

    8 "Rapunzel" Bruce W. Smith April 30, 1995

    In the bayous of Louisiana, Rapunzel is taken from her parents by Zenobia the Hoodoo Diva, who seeks to make her a protege and shows her such neat tricks as voodoo dolls and shrinking her head down. Rapunzel is reluctant to do this when she sees Zenobia is hurting innocent creatures. Rapunzel soon attracts a Creole prince, who must rescue Rapunzel and reunite her with her parents, but Zenobia seeks to thwart the interloper.

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (TV Series 1995–2000)

    Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child: With Robert Guillaume, Liz Torres, Edward James Olmos, Sinbad. Multicultural versions of many of your favorite fairy tales. Such as "The Princess and the Pea" and "The Three Little Pigs".

    Episode guide 39

    Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child

    TV Series 1995–2000 TV-Y 30m

    Play trailer1:32 2 VIDEOS 91 PHOTOS Animation Adventure Comedy

    Multicultural versions of many of your favorite fairy tales. Such as "The Princess and the Pea" and "The Three Little Pigs".

    6.6 /10 705 Top credits 4 User reviews 1 Critic review See more at IMDbPro Awards

    5 wins & 16 nominations

    Episodes

    39 TOP-RATED Sun, Jun 29, 1997 S2.E12

    King Midas and the Golden Touch

    HD. 'King Midas and the Golden Touch.' Blair Underwood is the voice of an African monarch who learns what the real treasures of life are.

    9.0 /10 TOP-RATED Sun, Mar 12, 1995 S1.E1

    Jack and the Beanstalk

    HD. 'Jack and the Beanstalk.' Jack is black and the giant can rap in this enjoyable animated retelling of the classic tale.

    Videos

    8.8 /10 BROWSE EPISODES Top-rated 2

    Trailer 1:32

    Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Collection

    Trailer 1:36

    Happily Ever After 2000

    Photos

    91

    Top cast

    Robert Guillaume Narrator 39 eps • 1995–2000

    Liz Torres Isabel… 4 eps • 1995–1997

    Edward James Olmos El Murcielago… 3 eps • 1995–1997

    Sinbad Big Bad Wolfgang… 3 eps • 1995–1999 Amy Hill Ma-Ma… 3 eps • 1995–1999 Rosie Perez Robinita Hood… 3 eps • 1995–2000 Keone Young Ahbuhji… 3 eps • 1995–1999 Denice Kumagai Hat Merchant… 3 eps • 1995–1997 David Alan Grier Bongo… 3 eps • 1995–2000 John Wesley Royal Minister… 3 eps • 1995–2000 Brian Tochi Prince… 3 eps • 1995–1997 Jimmy Smits Old King Cole… 2 eps • 1995–1997 Jasmine Guy

    Frog Princess Lylah…

    2 eps • 1995–2000 Jenifer Lewis Black Widow Spider… 2 eps • 1997–1999 Esther Hyun Hawaiian Woman… 2 eps • 1995–1997 Phil LaMarr Magistrate… 2 eps • 1997–1999 Bronson Pinchot Killer Whale… 2 eps • 1997–2000 Jackée Harry Giant's Wife… 2 eps • 1995–1997 All cast & crew

    See more cast details at IMDbPro

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    Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child

    Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child is an animated anthology series that originally aired on HBO on March 12, 1995. After 2 seasons, the show starting airing new episodes exclusively on HBO Family, starting with it's third and last season. The show ended on July 18, 2000. Even though...

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    Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child

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    Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child

    Original run

    March 12, 1995 - July 18, 2000

    Length

    23-28 minutes

    Created by

    Donna Guillaume

    Seasons

    3

    Episodes

    39

    Produced by

    Hyperion Animation

    Two Oceans Entertainment Group

    Confetti Entertainment Company

    Reruns

    2000-01, 2001-present

    is an animated anthology series that originally aired on HBO on March 12, 1995. After 2 seasons, the show starting airing new episodes exclusively on HBO Family, starting with it's third and last season. The show ended on July 18, 2000. Even though the show ended, the show still airs on HBO Kids. originally airing on Jam and also for a time, Magnet The show also had home video releases on VHS and DVD.

    Contents 1 Synopsis 2 Episodes 2.1 Season 1 (1995) 2.2 Season 2 (1997)

    2.3 Season 3 (1999-2000)

    3 Songs 4 Trivia 5 Gallery

    Synopsis

    In each episode, Robert Guillaume (who voiced Rafiki on Disney's ) narrates a classic fairy tale told via different cultural backgrounds, where the characters are voiced by many other celebrities such as Will Smith, Sinbad, Rosie Perez, BD Wong, Tone Loc, and more. The fairy tales are retold from a "fresh point of view", with the aforementioned ethnicity changes, newly written songs in a variety of genres, and changes to the stories to give a modern feeling and also to be kid-friendly.

    Episodes

    Season 1 (1995)

    Jack and the Beanstalk (March 12, 1995) (African American)

    Little Red Riding Hood (March 19, 1995) (Chinese)

    Hansel and Gretel (March 26, 1995) (Latino)

    The Emperor's New Clothes (April 2, 1995) (Japanese)

    Rumpelstiltskin (April 9, 1995) (Jamaican)

    The Frog Prince (April 16, 1995) (African American)

    Sleeping Beauty (April 23, 1995) (Latino)

    Rapunzel (April 30, 1995) (Creole)

    The Valiant Little Tailor (May 7, 1995) (African)

    Cinderella (May 14, 1995) (Latino)

    Beauty and the Beast (May 21, 1995) (African American)

    Snow White (May 28, 1995) (Native American)

    The Princess and the Pea (June 4, 1995) (Korean)

    Season 2 (1997)

    Pinocchio (April 13, 1997) (African American)

    Thumbelina (April 20, 1997) (Brazilian)

    Puss in Boots (April 27, 1997) (Hawaiian)

    The Pied Piper (May 4, 1997) (African American)

    The Twelve Dancing Princesses (May 11, 1997) (Latino)

    The Golden Goose (May 18, 1997) (African American)

    The Little Mermaid (May 25, 1997) (Asian)

    Goldilocks (June 1, 1997) (Jamacian)

    The Fisherman and His Wife (June 8, 1997) (Latino)

    Aladdin (June 15, 1997) (Chinese)

    The Shoemaker and the Elves (June 22, 1997) (Aztecan)

    King Midas and the Golden Touch (June 29, 1997) (African American)

    Mother Goose: A Rappin' and Rhymin' Special (October 12, 1997) (African American)

    Season 3 (1999-2000)

    The Three Little Pigs (June 22, 1999) (Country)

    Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (July 14, 1999) (Arabian)

    The Bremen Town Musicians (August 12, 1999) (African American)

    The Empress' Nightingale (September 16, 1999) (Chinese)

    The Happy Prince (October 6, 1999) (American)

    Henny Penny (November 2, 1999) (American)

    The Frog Princess (January 3, 2000) (European)

    The Princess and the Pauper (February 21, 2000) (African American)

    Rip Van Winkle (March 21, 2000) (American)

    The Snow Queen (April 18, 2000) (Inuit)

    The Steadfast Tin Soldier (May 16, 2000) (American)

    Robinita Hood (June 19, 2000) (Latino)

    Aesop's Fables: A Whodunnit Musical (July 18, 2000) (American)

    Songs

    Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Songs

    Trivia

    This and are the only two programs that originally aired on the main HBO network and are original programming.

    The third season of the show first aired new episodes exclusively on HBO Family, starting in June 22, 1999.

    In the final season, the cultural background setting was dropped and focused more on feminism.

    Originally, the finale was supposed to be "The Sissy Duckling", but it was used as a stand-alone special.

    The show gets a 2-year hiatus after a season of the show is finished. Also, aside from the first season, the last two seasons' finales are a musical crossover of various fairy tale characters from other stories with a newly written story.

    The first and second seasons use traditional cel animation, while the final one uses digital ink and paint.

    Sometimes, HBO's schedule lists the show's name as

    The show's title was registered to be a trademark by HBO, and the trademark labeled with the "entertainment services..." category is still active today. It was even renewed in 2018. This is rather odd, as not only is Happily Ever After the only original HBO kids program to get this treatment, but HBO hasn't done anything major with the series in at least twenty years, besides continue to airing it. Other trademarks were filed using the name:

    Source : hbo-family.fandom.com

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