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CinéGroupe is a Canadian animation studio based in Montreal, Quebec that was established in 1974 by Jacques Pettigrew. The company operates independently but have done business with Lionsgate in the late-1990s.

They have created numerous animated series that have aired worldwide in over 125 countries, including What's with Andy?, The Kids from Room 402, Pig City, Tripping the Rift, Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat, and Mega Babies. Many of their shows were originally produced for Teletoon, but they are also probably recognizable to those who grew up watching Fox Family in the late 90s and early 2000s, thanks to their long history of cooperation with Saban Entertainment.

They've also produced a number of live-action shows and movies (such as Galidor and Heavy Metal 2000), as well as a few video games based on popular licensed properties like Dora the Explorer and Tom and Jerry.

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Scoping the Scenery

Shortly after crash-landing on Oroboris, Julie scans the planet, and stumbles across two lizard-like alien creatures in the midst of getting it on.<br><br><br><br>They stop their lovemaking upon noticing Julie, and scatter when she opens fire against a bug-like creature she thought was much bigger than it actually was, due to it appearing on her visor.

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