Creator / Nelvana
Animated by Nelvana.note 

A Canadian entertainment company founded in 1971, mainly known for its world-renowned animation studio. If you've watched Canadian animation, especially for young children, there's a major chance Nelvana had something to do with it.

For many years, storybook-to-screen transitions were the studio's stock-in-trade, they having faithfully reproduced the distinctive style of the Care Bears, Babar, Little Bear, Miss Spider and Rupert, among many others. On rare occasions, the studio has also dabbled in live-action programming.

Nelvana's corporate overlord is Corus Entertainment, which acquired the company in 2000. Corus also owns a number of other media companies in Canada, including television channels Treehouse TV, YTV, & Teletoon and Kids Can Press (publisher of the Franklin books, which was itself acquired by Nelvana in 1998).

Gets a Shout-Out in Star Trek: The Next Generation when a secret Romulan base is supposedly located on the planet "Nelvana III"; and for their work on the kiddie series Droids and Ewoks, they also got a Star Wars species named after them: the Nelvaanians.

A fair number of Nelvana series are currently being rerun in the U.S. on Qubo. (Corus owns a stake in that channel too.)

Animated programs/movies and live-action projects that Nelvana has made/dubbed:

The work of Nelvana provides examples of: