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26th May '17 8:54:07 AM DecafGrub47393
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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has a massive Japanese fandom. If you go to the "overseas cartoon" section on 2ch, there will almost always be a thread for Phineas and Ferb near the top.
24th May '17 1:24:58 PM mimitchi33
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** It used to be popular in America prior to the ''massive'' backlash against environmentalism that continues to this day (much to the consternation of many other countries).



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* ''[[WesternAnimation/NoddysToylandAdventures Noddy]]'' is huge in France, where he is known as Oui-Oui. The country got a lot of merchandise and the various incarnations of the show air multiple times a day.
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30th Apr '17 9:06:22 PM TheNerfGuy
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* There was an episode of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' called "Shoo Ed" that lampshaded this, where the Eds train Johnny to be the most annoying person in the world so they can charge the kids to get rid of him. However, Rolf the immigrant kid practically falls in love with him. Even taking his belching in stride: "You are full of pickles and beets today, my friend."
25th Apr '17 5:33:06 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* ''WesternAnimation/WeBareBears'' is massively popular in Asia, especially China. [[PandaingToTheAudience Hm, wonder why.]]
18th Apr '17 5:43:11 PM nombretomado
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* ''StrawberryShortcake''. Big in the US, '''''humongous''''' in Latin America, Europe, South Africa, and South-East Asia. It's so huge in these areas that in Europe, there are actually additional games for the franchise released that are unreleased in the US. In Latin America, words introduced by the series entered mainstream usage, and they even created a live action extension to the cartoon series. And in these countries, the 2003/2007 cartoons are aired several times a day, and special episodes are aired as two parters. In the US, the 2003 specials episodes are edited into a single 30 minute episode, throwing out many subplots of the show, and the 2007 cartoons have yet to air in the US, releasing only direct-to-DVD releases. And oh, in The Philippines and South Africa, episodes that have yet to be released on [=DVDs=] in the US are already released over there.

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* ''StrawberryShortcake''.''WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake''. Big in the US, '''''humongous''''' in Latin America, Europe, South Africa, and South-East Asia. It's so huge in these areas that in Europe, there are actually additional games for the franchise released that are unreleased in the US. In Latin America, words introduced by the series entered mainstream usage, and they even created a live action extension to the cartoon series. And in these countries, the 2003/2007 cartoons are aired several times a day, and special episodes are aired as two parters. In the US, the 2003 specials episodes are edited into a single 30 minute episode, throwing out many subplots of the show, and the 2007 cartoons have yet to air in the US, releasing only direct-to-DVD releases. And oh, in The Philippines and South Africa, episodes that have yet to be released on [=DVDs=] in the US are already released over there.
8th Apr '17 4:28:38 AM mimitchi33
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** While the Looney Tunes have not been as popular as they were in the United States for two decades, the franchise is still popular amongst kids in the Middle East, since the shorts still air there.



** Sibling show ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'' is popular in Spain with people of all ages, airing outside of Disney Junior sometimes along with Violetta and My Little Pony, as well as in Japan, where it got some pieces of merchandise that have not come to America, with the most noteworthy being a set of Gashapon toys.

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** Sibling show ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'' is popular in Spain with people of all ages, airing outside of Disney Junior sometimes along with Violetta and My Little Pony, as well as in Japan, where it aired on terrestrial TV [[note]] This is something that's very rare for a Disney cartoon, as they all usually air on cable in Japan, which is less popular there than it is in the Western world. [[/note]] and got some pieces of merchandise that have not come to America, with the most noteworthy being a set of Gashapon toys.
4th Apr '17 11:46:44 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** It's fondly recalled in some Spanish-speaking Latin-American countries as well.
27th Mar '17 6:55:38 AM Adept
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** According to ThatDudeInTheSuede, it gained quite the following in New Zealand.

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** According to ThatDudeInTheSuede, WebVideo/ThatDudeInTheSuede, it gained quite the following in New Zealand.
25th Mar '17 9:17:09 PM MagnusForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/RubyGloom'' is very popular in Japan.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RubyGloom'' is very popular in Japan.Japan for its PerkyGoth aesthetic.



* Creator/CartoonNetwork is ''immensely'' popular in Poland. Most of this success is thanks to it being the first 100%-children's network getting launched in this country. Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, on the other hand, is still down in the sewers in comparison.
** CN sports a large fanbase in Japan as well. This isn't too surprising when one considers the number of CN originals that are cute, weird, or some combination of the two. Then there's shows like ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', ''WesternAnimation/RobotBoy'', and ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' which give of Japanese-appeal vibes of varying strengths.
* Here's the story of a children's channel "Canal Panda":
** Started off in Spain (as "Club Panda"), where it had some popularity.
** Later started to broadcast in Portugal, where its popularity skyrocketed.
** After about three years was discontinued in Spain, while still going strong in Portugal.
** Years later, it would be put back on Spanish television, at a time when Portugal already had ''another'' "Panda" channel. By this point, "Canal Panda" was ''the'' children's channel in Portugal, even after gaining rivals in Creator/CartoonNetwork, Creator/DisneyChannel and {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}.



** Back in the Fifties, Tweety (and arch-nemesis Sylvester) had an immense fandom in France with comic books, toys, and various other merchandise.

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** Back in the Fifties, 1970s, Tweety (and arch-nemesis Sylvester) had an immense fandom in France with comic books, toys, and various other merchandise.merchandise and memorabilia.
25th Mar '17 8:55:51 PM MagnusForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is hugely popular in Japan and Korea. So popular in fact, that the MonsterOfTheWeek in "Roadside Attraction" was a youkai!

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is hugely popular in Japan and Korea. So popular in fact, that the MonsterOfTheWeek in "Roadside Attraction" was a youkai!{{youkai}}!



* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' seems to have a large following in Japan as the show gets a lot of fanart from that country. But what did you expect? It's full of cute characters and crazy weirdness.



* ''Charlie Chalk'' has the largest amount of sucsess in Norway, as ''[[AddedAlliterativeAppeal Kalle]] [[{{Woolseyism}} Klovn]]''; it's about the only country to get the show song album outside the United Kingdom, as well as Australia, which ran the show far longer than England did (compare UK's '88-89 to Australia's '91-97).

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* ''Charlie Chalk'' has the largest amount of sucsess success in Norway, as ''[[AddedAlliterativeAppeal Kalle]] [[{{Woolseyism}} Klovn]]''; it's about the only country to get the show song album outside the United Kingdom, as well as Australia, which ran the show far longer than England did (compare UK's '88-89 to Australia's '91-97).
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