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The company's first animated productions in 1982 were a series of {{Animated Adaptation}}s of books from Charles Dickens; these first few films characterized themselves by their grim appeal. The eight total Dickens adaptations were produced during two years. At the same time, in 1983, the company produced a short series of adaptations of SherlockHolmes stories, adapted from the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In the years that followed, until 1988, Burbank adapted the works of many other well known authors and legends.

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The company's first animated productions in 1982 were a series of {{Animated Adaptation}}s of books from Charles Dickens; these first few films characterized themselves by their grim appeal. The eight total Dickens adaptations were produced during two years. At the same time, in 1983, the company produced a short series of adaptations of SherlockHolmes Literature/SherlockHolmes stories, adapted from the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In the years that followed, until 1988, Burbank adapted the works of many other well known authors and legends.


* PublicDomainAnimation: Inverted. Their catalog was considered this after the studio's closure in 1989 due to several DVD releases from PD distributors. Around the 2010s however, it was determined that the studio's library was still copyrighted to various asset liquidators, hence the confusion towards their copyright statuses.

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* PublicDomainAnimation: Inverted. Their catalog was The studio's films were considered this after until 2008, when the studio's closure copyrights to their 80s and 90s catalogs were discovered and acquired by both [[https://www.pulsefilms.com/ Pulse Films]] and H.S. Holdings Corp respectively. Although with the two no longer mentioning their ownership in 1989 due to several DVD releases recent years, along with the multiple re-releases from PD distributors. Around the 2010s however, it was determined that the studio's library was still copyrighted to various asset liquidators, hence the confusion towards their PD distributors, Burbank's current copyright statuses.status has been in question.


* LighterAndSofter: In their time as Burbank Films Australia, their cartoons tread a fine line between being suitable for children and being faithful to the source material.

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* LighterAndSofter: In their time as Burbank Films Australia, their cartoons tread a fine line between being suitable for children and being faithful to the source material.material.
* PublicDomainAnimation: Inverted. Their catalog was considered this after the studio's closure in 1989 due to several DVD releases from PD distributors. Around the 2010s however, it was determined that the studio's library was still copyrighted to various asset liquidators, hence the confusion towards their copyright statuses.


* Wind in the Willows

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* [[WesternAnimation/WindInTheWillows Wind in the WillowsWillows]]


* The Corsican Brothers

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* [[WesternAnimation/TheCorsicanBrothers The Corsican BrothersBrothers]]

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* Robin Hood

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* The Adventures of Robin Hood



* The Adventures of Robin Hood


* Ivanhoe

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* Ivanhoe[[WesternAnimation/IvanhoeBurbankAnimation Ivanhoe]]


* AdaptationInspiration: As Burbank Films Australia, they do more works based on elements of their source materials rather than straight adaptations.

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* AdaptationInspiration: As Burbank Films Australia, Animation Studios, they do more works based on elements of their source materials rather than straight adaptations.

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* CompressedAdaptation: As Burbank Films Australia, they tend to cut out quite a bit of the source material in order to keep their films under an hour.


* FunnyAnimal: Like WesternAnimation/AroundTheWorldWithWillyFog, their version of Literature/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays takes place in a world of anthropomorphic animals. Unlike Willy Fog, however, Passepartout is a monkey and Phileas Fogg is a wolf (or maybe a fox, it isn't very clear).


* Around the World in 80 Days

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* [[WesternAnimation/AroundTheWorldInEightyDaysBurbankAnimation Around the World in 80 DaysDays]]

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* FunnyAnimal: Like WesternAnimation/AroundTheWorldWithWillyFog, their version of Literature/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays takes place in a world of anthropomorphic animals. Unlike Willy Fog, however, Passepartout is a monkey and Phileas Fogg is a wolf (or maybe a fox, it isn't very clear).

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