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Kevin explores the history of the Canadian classic puppet show, Under the Umbrella Tree.

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28 thoughts on “DefunctTV: The History of Under the Umbrella Tree

  1. OH MY GOD, this woman was responsible for Ananas from Telefrancais?! They used to to make us watch that in the 4th grade, the pineapple was a running gag between friends and family for years! Sometimes someone will still say "Je suis un ananas!" out of nowhere and we'll crack up.

  2. This was a wonderfully nostalgic video for me! Telefrancais was a staple of elementary school French class, (I always adored Ananas) and I grew up going to Puppets Up! I have so many fond memories of the festival. I’m so glad I could learn more about someone who had such a huge impact on my youth from behind the scenes!

  3. Video suggestion: The New Adventures of Lassie

    TNAOL is a pretty decent show, but what I find most fascinating about it is the seasons. Specifically, the alarming gap between them. For some reason, season 1 aired in 2014-2015, while season 2 aired in 2020. And on top of that, the seasons were made by completely different animation studios in completely different styles, and can't even be watched on the same platform anymore. Season 1 is on the Youtube channel Powerkids TV and season 2 is on Paramount + but is listed as season 1 and features season 1 styled cover art.
    I've done a bit of digging on this, but information on the show is so sparse I haven't really been able to come up with much.

  4. I swear governments purposely set up kid shows to fail with weird advertisement laws. I would imagine the show getting at least a few more seasons without Disney if they weren't strict with ads.

  5. God I love this channel so much. Even if the documentary features a children's show that I personally didn't grow up with, I still get a warm fuzzy feeling of nostalgia wash over me and I just remember simpler times. I've binged your videos again and again throughout the years and I just want to thank you for all the passion and care that goes into your productions. Thank you. ❤️

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