Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe (partially lost pilots; 2008-2011)


CN Dev Studio Europe Shorts
Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe shorts.
Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe shorts.
Status Partially Lost

Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe is the British equivalent to Cartoon Network Studios. The company has produced several shorts (also referred to as animation tests or promos) for prospective television series. They have produced a total of 11 of these shorts, and initially, six were available to stream online from the company's YouTube channel.[1][2] However, the channel has since been shut down.

While most are available online from uploads by other users, three of them are only accessible in fragments. It is unknown whether or not these will be made available online at any point in the future.

Available Shorts

As of July 24 2016, there are eight shorts available. They are viewable here:

The Adventures of Gumball
Elliot's Zoo
The Furry Pals
Hamshanks and the Himalolly Mountain Railway
Mutant Moments
Pinky Malinky
Verne on Vacation
The ATM

Missing shorts

The following are the three incomplete shorts. They are currently available only as fragments:

  • COSMO (Only the opening sequence and some test footage.)

References

  1. CNDevStudioEurope YouTube channel Retrieved 24 July '16.
  2. Wayback Machine Page for YouTube channel Retrieved 24 July '16.

Comments


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SlackerSnail

15 months ago
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Wait, Pinky Malinky was a CNE pilot? It's getting a series over at Nickelodeon now! Funny how the world works.
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Kndx56

15 months ago
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yeah adventure time and bravest warriors were nick pilots
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Anonymous user #1

13 months ago
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Didnt know Gumball originated in the UK!

The more you know...
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Anonymous user #3

12 months ago
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already knew
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Anonymous user #2

13 months ago
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wasn't there an uncle grandpa Pilot?

I think it got aired 2009 but idk...
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ComeOnMan

13 months ago
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You're thinking of Cartoonstitute, and I'm sure all of those shorts are found and available somewhere.

These are from the studios' British equivalent.
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Reynard

3 months ago
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Oh look, that same freaking CalArts art style. Pfeh.
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Anonymous user #4

1 months ago
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umm...where exactly?
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