The Philadelphia Inquirer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 18, 1988 · Page 709
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FOR THE KIDS i Q u a h o SUNDAY 10:00 a.m. Ramon Second episode of the 10-part series based on the books by Beverly Cleary about the misadventures of 8-year-old Ramona Ouimby and her family. In today's episode, after Ramona refuses to eat the "mystery meat" her mother prepared, Ramona and her sister must cook the next meal. Noon d Rockin' With Judy Jetson Animated movie, based on The Jetsons cartoon series, features teenage daughter Judy pursuing a rock star to give him a copy of a song she's written. TUESDAY 8:00 p.m. CD Bugs Bunny: All-American Horo When his nephew Clyde has to take an American history test, Bugs tries to help by relating his version of the country's past. with Bugs portraying Yankee Bugs, Scarlett , O'Hara, a flying ace and a candidate for mayor. SATURDAY 6:30 a.m. CD StarsluN A new parent enters Ingrid's life, and Uncle Pete and Chris agree to a deal. 7:30 a.m. CD Young Universe Zacch Elliott of the Home of the Merciful Saviour school in West Philadelphia is shown dealing with his cerebral palsy by participating in Boy Scout activities and basketball. Also featured: tumbling and volleyball teams, the pilot of an ultralight plane and movies of a class trip to China. 11:30 a.m. O Young People's Special "My Father the Clown." Amy is ashamed of her father until she learns that making other people laugh is something to be proud of. Bugs Bunny stars In "Bugs Bunny: At-Americm Hero," Tudty on . COVER STORY"Winnie the Pooh" Continued from Page 4 cheapest TV animation, those stiff pictures in which only the mouths move. No young viewer is likely to feel shortchanged by insufficient movement on The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Pooh is the first "classic" character that the Disney studio has developed into a children's TV series. Disney's other current cartoon series are The Gummi Bears on NBC, and Duck Tales in syndication. Pooh previously appeared for Disney only in four theatrical short subjects some years ago. In recent years, American TV animation has been substantially farmed out to Japan. So it's no surprise to hear that Pooh, well-traveled already through translations of his books, is spending a lot of time in Japan while making his TV debut. Michael Webster, Disney's vice president for TV animation, explained the production process in a recent interview. About 30 Disney employees in Hollywood do what Webster calls "all the creative work: writing, soundtracks., direction, character design, all the color. We wrap all that up and send it to Japan, and it's animated there, inked and printed there, photographed there. They send it back and we put in the music and the sound effects." American TV animation first started moving to Japan several years ago because it could be done cheaper there. But Webster says that as the yen has grown more valuable "the dollar is worth half as much there as it was four years ago" cost is no longer the reason. "The main reason," he said, "is that the talent pool is so much bigger there. They have a tremendous domestic market There are several large studios there, and they're surrounded by hundreds of subcontracting firms, some with only about 10 people. We probably have 300 people in Japan working on Pooh." Well, they couldn't be working on a nicer guy. Frolicking along with his pals Eeyore, Tigger, Piglet, Kanga and little Roo Pooh lives beloved in the memories of millions. Answer To Last Week's Puzzle D D R YjE R " ARM REPORTAGE. N ER EL I L lb L Y fl A VTAI r i ckUs i plT l liy E V A N SlTElTjoL O RTeI SlElLA HLl jlR OGIEIrI oitihIe r ':3jnoH gIqTdI lou TT p aLIp e a cTeI DAN ZjE L KM A N TTeI ill (OR I Fl NOP S E K I N E S C O PTeI herUs1t1e1p1fIaInIiie1 VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOW WITH ISUtATID GLASS ft SCSCIN 175 00 MSTAUSO Include Burglar Resistant FKiKty Window lock. METAL REMOVALS ADDITIONAL mar wttomor, w offer you honest value. No bait and switch, no phony claims, gimmicks or trkks. STORM DOORS SICQOO lUtJ u INSTALL!!) STORM WINDOWS 631 INSTALLED DD DD THERMJU. MARSH STEEL INSULATED MAGNET DOORS $399 INSTALLED WIH Sllll FKW, IWfSH 01 D Mutual I SIM VINYL Bow Windows T 70K WW HUM SPECIAL Mitotan - FroflIv 100 VINYL SLIPCOVERS LOVE SEAT lQt UneM I ALSO CUSTOM MADE FABRIC SLIP COVERS ONE SOf A FROM 17 I T7S-41M ,itiwlV) SINCE li 1 w I WiTt i mi Dr. Bertram l.urie ivnm BRACKS FOR 70 I'F.R MON TH! No Down I'aymrnl1 No Finance Charge' '2Ui-BRACF.S-l '595 INSTALLED !4 leltttm naliWi li pact I lit feiti. NATIONAL POLICE AUnM CTC BURGLAR ALARM A FIRE EMERGENCY CaK Today! 576-5400 Sink) WIH) efendrtcta ton nw win e (xt m piling For Home-Delivery of The Inquirer . . . Call 665-1234 CHERRY HILL, N.J. (60SM24-0SGI UN6H0RNE 757-MM M0NTG0MERYVILLE 311-0801 STARTER mtm m ONLT" KTMOUTN HITIK 828-1000 tniNFCLD, DEL, CO. 328-8644 HERTFORD, NJ. 609-848-9100 58 THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER TV WEEK, SEPTEMBER 18, 1988

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