Camp Candy is an animated show, it is set in a fictional summer camp run by John Candy.
Almost all episodes would begin where John Candy would be trying to show an outdoor skill to some kids, to which he would then say it reminded him of a story, where he would tell of the episode in narration. John was a dedicated leader of Camp Candy, a summer camp that is presumably built by him, and he tries to get various kids to get along.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Camp Candy - Saban Entertainment - Netflix
Saban Entertainment, Inc. (along with Saban International, which operated outside the US; current legal name is BVS Entertainment, Inc.) is a worldwide-served independent American-Israeli television production company formed in 1980 by music and television producers Haim Saban and Shuki Levy as “Saban Productions”. This company was known for importing, dubbing, and adapting several Japanese series such as Maple Town (...Stories), Noozles (Fushigi na Koala Blinky and Pinky), Funky Fables (Video Anime Ehonkan Sekai Meisaku Dowa), Samurai Pizza Cats (Kyatto Ninden Teyande) and the first three Digimon series to North America and international markets for syndication, including both animation and live action shows. Saban is also notable for their various toku adapts of several shows from Toei Company, which include the massively-popular Power Rangers (based on the Super Sentai series), Big Bad Beetleborgs (based on Juukou B-Fighter), VR Troopers (featuring elements of Metal Hero series like Space Sheriff Shaider, Jikuu Senshi Spielban and Choujinki Metalder), and Masked Rider (an original interpretation using scenes from the Japanese Kamen Rider Black RX). Saban was involved in the co-production of French/American animated shows created by Jean Chalopin for DIC Entertainment. Some of these early 1980s co-productions were Camp Candy, Ulysses 31, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, and The Mysterious Cities of Gold (the third of which was a Japanese co-production). Saban has also distributed and provided music for TV programs produced by other companies, such as The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, Inspector Gadget and the first 2 dub seasons of Dragon Ball Z.
Camp Candy - Saban International Paris' animated TV series - Netflix
Some or most series had all but featured the “Saban's” corporate bug in their title. Diplodos (1987–1988) Saban's Around the World in 80 Dreams (1992–1993) Saban’s Gulliver’s Travels (1992–1993) The Bots Master (1993–1994) Journey to the Heart of the World (1993–1994) BattleTech: The Animated Series (1994) Creepy Crawlers (1994–1996) Space Strikers (1995–1996) Tenko and the Guardians of the Magic (1995–1996) Iznogoud (1995) The Why Why Family (1995–1998) syndication Saban's Adventures of Oliver Twist (1996–1997) syndication, Fox Family Channel: Tic Tac Toons (1998–1999) Princess Sissi (1997–1998) Space Goofs (1997–2000) (season 1 only) Walter Melon (1998–1999) Wunschpunsch (2000) Diabolik (2000–2001) Jim Button (2000–2001) Gadget & the Gadgetinis (2001–2003) What's with Andy? (2003–2004) (season 2 only) W.I.T.C.H. (2004–2006) Jetix The Tofus (2004–2007) A.T.O.M. (2005–2006) Combo Ninos (2008)
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