Post by NostalgicDreamer on Sept 21, 2019 19:22:34 GMT
I have a YouTube channel where I post my VHS rips from a Brazilian television channel. Most of them are old cartoons aired in a Brazilian Kids TV Program called Glub-Glub between 1991 -1996.
The cartoons were unknown, I mean, not so popular, from European countries. A good part of the cartoons aired there I could find the real name.
But there is a German cartoon that nobody knows where it comes from or the real name. Luckily, I got many episodes recorded and I uploaded them in my channel.
The cartoon here in Brazil received the name O cachorro Nicolau e a Turma do Quintal. (Nicolau the Dog and the Backyard's gang). Sure it's not the real name...I guess because many of the real names' shows were altered in Brazil Idk why...
The only information we got is that the show comes from Germany.
(If you pause the video at 28:09 you can see it, Alemanha in Portuguese means Germany)
There is no real information about the show on the internet, nothing, nothing in German Language, nothing about the director... The show has no voices, only music, and some noise effects. Also, it's a bit creepy to me.
Here you can watch some episodes ripped from my VHS collection:
This cartoon was also aired in Israel, in a similar TV program to "Glub Glub" called "Train of Surprises" (Hebrew: "רכבת ההפתעות", "Rakevet haHafta'ot"). Here, it was given the title "The Dog Bomil" (Hebrew: "הכלב בומיל", "HaKelev Bomil").
Its original German title is "Der Hund Bohumil", produced in the '70s in West Germany (at the time) by Studio Hamburg, and was originally aired in the West German version of the children's bedtime TV program "Sandman" (German: Sandmännchen). In fact, the West German Sandman character makes an appearance in the middle of the first episode you linked to (also at the end).
Hello nostalgic dreamer. The reason to that animation have its informations lost is because of it has been imported from Czechoslovakia - I just remember very well that. When Tv Cultura debuted Cocoricó, Czechoslovakia existed no more. The final credits of Cocoricó shows some animations like "República Tcheca - Eslováquia". I guess many cultural productions have been lost. Maybe it's because of that, Hamburg Studios don't have any information about this animation once what belongs to Soviet Union is buried in the past. By the way, I wanna talk with you more. Please call me by instagram @romabelpa