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Revision as of 02:12, 24 February 2017

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The opening theme song.
A short segment from the show, uploaded by a staffmember.

Hippo Tub Co. was a CGI animated series which aired on CBC from 2001 until approximately 2003. It was loosely based on the novelty children's song "Hey Daddy" by Anne Murray.

Plot[edit | edit source]

The show centers around the underground city of Drain World, where everything that has ever been lost down a drain ends up. There Horton the hippo (Keith Knight), his partner Norton the boot-wearing bird (Neil Crone), and the various other citizens of Drain World operate a sort of lost-and-found where they attempt to find the owners of any lost items and return them.

Availability[edit | edit source]

Although there allegedly was one or more VHS releases, the tape or tapes of said releases are either extremely rare or simply never existed. Aside from this, there has been no known official release of the show in any format.

As of February 22nd, 2017, there are two known episodes.

Additionally, according to one or two distribution sites, French and German dubs of the show may exist. This cannot be confirmed.

Found Episodes[edit | edit source]

Two episodes are available, discovered by Brandon Wilson, LostMediaFan, Nick-O, And JTVLM. They were discovered February 23, 2017. They can be found here and here. This is a major discovery.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Several clips uploaded by the series composer.
A demo reel containing some clips from the show as well as some unfinished animation.
Credits
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Lost media Contributor JTVLM Found This Clip On Dailymotion
JTVLM Found A Clip Of The French Dub Of The Show On Youtube
JTVLM Found A Clip Of The French Dub Of The Show On Youtube

Resources[edit | edit source]

Small amount of information from an English-language website for a German distributor

A handful of screenshots without context

2001 CBC site