Inuk (partially found Canadian children's TV series; 2001)

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An image from the series.

Status: Partially Found

Inuk was a computer-animated Canadian children's series that aired in 2001.


The animated series created by Filmoption International tells the adventures of a seven-year-old Inuit boy named Inuk (Eleanor Noble) who lives in the Arctic with his family. One day he finds a magical amulet that allows him to talk with animals (like a sled dog named Kimik). Along with his family and new-found friends, Inuk sets off on a journey to find his place in the world.


Inuk was shown on the CBC network from late 2001 to late 2003. The French dub was broadcasted on Télé-Québec. Episodes were released on DVD in both French and English around the mid to late 2000's, including the now found DVD Inuk and his Animal Friends. As of 2017, only a rerun has been broadcasted on NITV.

As of June 2018, only two full episodes have been found (those being The Little Shaman and Trapped), as well as the French opening, a music video, and the DVD menus from Inuk: Treasure from the Sea.

On December 25th, 2019, YouTuber Cluster D uploaded all of the content in full from the 2007 DVD of Inuk and his Animal Friends in the French dub.



A music video from Inuk.
Part 1 to The Little Shaman (external recording).
Part 2 to The Little Shaman (external recording).
The DVD menus for Inuk: Treasure from the Sea.
Part 1 to Trapped (external recording).
Part 2 to Trapped(external recording).
French intro to Inuk.
The French credits from the DVD.
DVD opening/menu (in French).
Part 1 and 2 of the DVD (French).
Part 3 of the DVD (French).


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