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Happy Tree Friends From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (February 2008) Happy Tree Friends Happy Tree Friends title card Genre Black comedy Created by Aubrey Ankrum Rhode Montijo Kenn Navarro Developed by Rhode Montijo Kenn Navarro Warren Graff Voices of Kenn Navarro Rhode Montijo (1999-2005) David Winn Dana Belben (1999-2005) Ellen Connell (2006-Present) Warren Graff Aubrey Ankrum (1999-2006) Liz Stuart Nica Lorber Jeff Biancalana (1999-2005) Peter Herrmann Michael "Lippy" Lipman Francis Carr Theme music composer Jim Lively Country of origin United States of America. No. of seasons Three (Internet) One (TV series) No. of episodes 135 61 Internet shorts 39 TV series episodes 15 "Smoochies" 6 "Kringles" 9 Irregular episodes 1 Music video 1 XBOX 360 video game bonus cartoon 8 "Break" shorts 6 "Love Bites" cartoons (List of episodes) Production Executive producer(s) John Evershed Producer(s) Liz Stuart Running time 1 to 5 minutes (Internet) 21 minutes (TV) TV series episode segments are 7 minutes. Broadcast Original channel G4 Picture format Flash cartoon Original airing Internet series: 1999-present TV series: October 2, 2006-present External links Official website Happy Tree Friends is a Flash cartoon series by Mondo Mini Shows, created by Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff, and Aubrey Ankrum. The show has become a popular internet phenomenon since its debut and has also won a cult following. As indicated on the official site, it is "not recommended for small children". Notwithstanding the somewhat childish shape of the series and the cute appearance of its characters, the show is extremely violent, with nearly every episode featuring blood, gore and extremely painful, bloody and gruesome deaths. While the violence of these deaths is comparable to that of The Itchy & Scratchy Show (the short cartoon featured on The Simpsons), the portrayal of death in Happy Tree Friends is usually more graphic and anatomically correct, depicting bloodshed and dismemberment in more vivid and often exaggerated detail. The show is nearly free of dialogue; however, when the characters do speak, their words are severely garbled. Though it is obvious what each character's reaction is, their words can hardly be understood at all. According to the website, the idea for Happy Tree Friends was conceived by Rhode Montijo when he drew a yellow rabbit slightly resembling the character Cuddles on a piece of paper and wrote "Resistance is futile" underneath it. A HTF spin-off called Ka-Pow! premiered on September 2, 2008. Contents [hide] 1 History 1.1 Beginning 1.2 Success 1.3 TV series 2 Show characteristics 3 Fall Out Boy music video 4 Characters 5 Video game 6 Controversies 7 Spin-offs 8 Cast and crew 9 See also 10 References 11 External links 11.1 IMDB profiles  History  Beginning While working on Mondo Mini Shows, Rhode Montijo drew on a little piece of scrap paper a character who would later become Shifty. Then he drew on a spreadsheet poster a yellow rabbit that bore some resemblance to Cuddles and wrote "Resistance is futile" at the bottom. Montijo hung the poster in his workstation so others could see the idea, and eventually the idea was pitched to and accepted by the Mondo Media executives. In 1999, Mondo gave Aubrey Ankrum, Rhode Montijo and Kenn Navarro a chance to do a short for them. They came up with a short named Banjo Frenzy, which featured a dinosaur (an earlier version of Lumpy) killing three woodland animals (earlier versions of Cuddles, Giggles and Toothy) with a banjo. From there, Mondo gave them their own internet series, which they named Happy Tree Friends. They got new writers and animators to work on the show.  Success Shortly after its internet debut in 2000, Happy Tree Friends became an unexpected success, getting over 15 million hits each month, and being shown in film festivals. In some countries, the episodes can be seen on television. They can be seen on the French, Dutch, German, Polish, Filipino, Brazilian, Lithuanian, Chinese, Italian, British, Australian and Latin American MTV channels, the Greek Mad Music Channel, channel [C4] in New Zealand, the Russian 2x2 channel (though it was pulled from the station following a warning from a government group), the Canadian television channel Razer, the American television channel G4, the Czech musical channel Óčko, and on the Australian Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) network. On June 10, 2005, the shorts were shown during Attack of the Show!. A series, HTF and Friends, began to air on August 29, 2005, as part of the late night Midnight Spank block, owned by G4. The series also features Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, Retarded Animal Babies and Angry Video Game Nerd. The series has been reformed into its own show, rather than as a part of a compilation as before. Happy Tree Friends has also gained a collection of Audibles and an "IMVironment" for Yahoo!'s instant messenger. It is featured on many websites on which flash cartoons can be watched, such as YouTube, Atom Films, Purple Twinkie, Albino Black Sheep and the official Happy Tree Friends website. On select 2007 Ozzfests, some Happy Tree Friends episodes were shown on the big screen. Encouraged by the show's success, its creators have released four DVDs (First Blood, Second Serving, Third Strike and Winter Break) containing the episodes shown on the website and others that have not been released. A collection consisting of the first three DVDs and five bonus episodes, Overkill, has also been released. Two episodes, Stealing the Spotlight and Ski Ya, Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya!, are only available in the "Happy Tree Friends: Winter Break" DVD. Happy Tree Friends is currently one of the most downloaded iTunes podcasts and thousands of fan-made videos have appeared on YouTube.  TV series See also: List of Happy Tree Friends episodes Happy Tree Friends gained its own TV show in 2006. It was first shown at Comic-Con, 2006 and some of the segments were shown on the website a few weeks prior the show's premiere. The Happy Tree Friends TV series premiered on September 25, 2006 at midnight on G4. Each half hour episode of the TV series contains three 7 minute segments. So far 39 segments have been aired, making 13 full episodes for Season
YouTube Happy Tree Friends-Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm
1. Pictures of the first 6 episodes can be seen on G4's website. The Canadian channel Razer currently airs the show in syndication as do the Citytv stations throughout Canada. The show is also broadcast on MTV in Europe and Latin America. It was also shown on Paramount Comedy 1 in the UK from May 11, 2007 for a short time, with occasional reruns afterward. It has also been shown on MTV One in the UK from September 7, 2007. According to the writers a second season is planned, but it is unknown when or if it will air.  Show characteristics All the characters are anthropomorphic mammals, and many of them show two front large buckteeth when they smile. All the Happy Tree Friends except for Lumpy and Sniffles have the same pink Care Bear or Care Bear Cousin heart-shaped noses. In early episodes, most characters played the roles of children doing childish games. However, as the series progressed the age concept was dropped, and now characters act variously like children, teenagers and adults in different episodes. The only characters who are unaffected by this concept are Pop and Cub, who always act like an adult and a child respectively, and characters whose roles usually aren't affected by age, such as Splendid or Cro-Marmot. At the beginning of each episode, the characters are typically found in everyday situations (also, they are often seen singing or humming the same tune). However, these situations always escalate into violence and the inevitable deaths of those involved and/or innocent bystanders, mostly because of very unfortunate, surprising accidents with otherwise harmless instruments. The show's characters sometimes appear not to notice other characters' deaths/injuries, despite clear indications (such as blood coming out of the latters' mouths), or they seem to quickly overcome their fellows' deaths. The continuity of the series does not seem to be affected by the frequent deaths of the characters, as they always appear alive and well in episodes subsequent to those in which they were killed. Each episode starts with introduction credits resembling a children's book, which portrays the show's logo, the episode title (which is usually a pun) and the cast. Internet episodes have a typical duration of a maximum of four minutes. Usually only a few of the characters are used in a single episode, but occasionally larger episodes have been released where most of the characters appear. TV episodes last about half an hour, having three segments of about seven minutes. Currently, new episodes are released once a month. An episode list can be seen on the official website, which contains a list of older episodes available on demand from the site. However, some of these episodes are only available for a limited time, as this list is exchanged with other episodes every other week.  Fall Out Boy music video Main article: The Carpal Tunnel of Love Fall Out Boy's music video for "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" is an episode of Happy Tree Friends. All of them die the same type of graphic, bloody deaths that are featured in the series.  Characters All 20 main characters from Happy Tree FriendsThere are 20 main characters in the Happy Tree Friends series, all of whom have unique personalities and appearances. There have been many 'minor' characters that have appeared on the show, some appearing many times and some appearing only once. Recently, the creators of Happy Tree Friends announced that there will be more than one character added to Happy Tree Friends in the near future. Only one of them is planned to be in the show permanently. See also: List of Happy Tree Friends characters  Video game Main article: Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm A video game titled Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm was released on June 25, 2008. It was developed by Stainless Games and Sega for Xbox Live Arcade on the Xbox 360 and the PC. Writer Ken Pontac previously posted a blog on the Happy Tree Friends website telling fans about the adventures of the staff making the game, but it was ended before the game's first slated release date in Spring 2008.  Controversies Many parents have expressed concern about the graphic content of Happy Tree Friends. One parent even complained about the show in a letter to the Washington Post when she saw her 6-year-old son watching the show. The warning "(CV CARTOON VIOLENCE Not recommended for small children or big babies)" is displayed in two places on the home page of the Happy Tree Friends website in very small type in the bottom left hand corner, and in larger, but subdued type on the right hand side under the bulletin board section. Neither the "About the Show" nor the FAQ page indicates that the show is not appropriate for young children. However, the episodes themselves contain the warning in large font before the cartoon begins. In February 2008 Russian Media Culture Protection Department (Rossvyazohrankultura, a regulatory body for TV in Russia) issued warnings about Happy Tree Friends and The Adventures of Big Jeff, claiming that the shows "promote violence and brutality, harm the psychic health and moral development of children, attack the social morality; all of this being a violation of license agreement". The department warned 2x2, which broadcasts the show, to remove it from air to avoid legal issue. The channel appealed to the evaluation ordered to Versia company (), which denied the accusations.  Spin-offs  Cast and crew Music and sound-effects Job title Person Description Sound Engineer Jim Lively The music featured before, after, and during each and every episode of Happy Tree Friends is composed by Jim Lively, the sound engineer for Happy Tree Friends. Lively has been in the sound business since the age of 16. Lively primarily works in sound design and dialog editing, although he continues to mix music.  Foley Artist Francis Carr Foley artist Francis Carr joined the team later on in development. Usually working with sound engineer Jim Lively, he has been able to expand his career. Francis Carr is also noted for being the voice of Russell. Happy Tree Friends creator Kenn NavarroCrew Name Position Years Kenn Navarro Director, Animation Director, Writer, Voice Actor 1999 – present Rhode Montijo Director, Art Director, Writer, (former) Voice Actor 1999 - 2004 Aubrey Ankrum Director, Writer, Storyboard artist, Voice Actor 1999 – 2006 Warren Graff Story Editor, Writer, Voice Actor 2000 – present Ken Pontac Story Editor, Writer, (minor) Voice Actor 2004-present Jeff Biancalana Writer, Animator, Storyboard artist, (former) Voice Actor 2001 - 2005 David Winn Writer, Animator, Voice Actor 2003 - present Alan Lau Animator, Writer, Director, Storyboard artist 2001 - present Jason Sadler Animator, Writer, Director 2001-present Mark Fiorenza Writer 2000 – 2003 Brad Rau Animator, Storyboard artist 2001 - present Roque Bollestros Writer, Animator, Director, Storyboard artist 2001-present Paul Allan Writer, Animator, Director 2000 - present Nica Lorber Animator, Voice Actor 2000-present Michael "Lippy" Lipman Storyboard artist, Animator, Director, Writer, Voice Actor 2000 - present Peter Herrman Storyboard artist, Voice Actor 2000 – present Jim Lively Sound Designer, Music 2000 - present Francis Carr Foley artist, Voice Actor 2004 - present Jerome Rossen Music Composer 2005-present John Evershed Executive Producer 2000-present Liz Stuart Producer, Voice Actor 2000 - present Cast Name Character Kenn Navarro Cuddles, (good) Flippy, Lifty & Shifty (present) Rhode Montijo Lumpy, Splendid (past) Dana Belben Giggles, Petunia, Cub, Giggles' mother (past) Warren Graff Toothy, Handy Nica Lorber Flaky Michael "Lippy" Lipman Nutty Liz Stuart Sniffles Ellen Connell Giggles, Petunia, Cub, Giggles' mother (present) David Winn Lumpy, Splendid (present) Peter Herrman Disco Bear Jeff Biancalana Russell (past), Buddhist Monkey Francis Carr Russell (present) Mark Giambruno Lifty & Shifty (past) Aubrey Ankrum Pop, flipped-out Flippy Lory Jee Panda Mom Ken Pontac additional voices Awards Show Year Category Laureate Annecy International Animated Film Festival 2003 Best Animated Short Film Made for the Internet Eye Candy 2007 Best Animated Series For Adults From Hero To Eternity Ottawa International Animation Festival 2004 Best Animated Short Made For The Internet Out On A Limb 2005 Mole in the City 2007 Best Television Series For Adults for the episode Double Whammy Part 2  See also Mondo Mini Shows Thugs on Film The God & Devil Show Schadenfreude - the underlying principle of this cartoon's humor G4 List of Happy Tree Friends characters List of Happy Tree Friends episodes List of Happy Tree Friends DVDs  References ^ Gruesome fun with Happy Tree Friends ^ "The Kenn Commandments.". coldhardflash.com. April 5, 2005. http://www.coldhardflash.com/2005/04/kenn-commandments-part-1.html. Retrieved on 2005-04-09. ^ Annecy International Animated Film Festival ^ "HTF YouTube videos.". youtube.com. September 15, 2007. http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=search_videos&search_query=happy%20tree%20friends&search_sort=relevance&search_category=0&search=Search&v=&uploaded=. Retrieved on 2007-09-15. ^ Graff, Warren (August 7, 2006). "TV series blog". happytreefriends.com. http://mt.happytreefriends.com/writersblog/. Retrieved on 2006-07-08. ^ "Sega announces Happy Tree Friends False Alarm". sega.com. February 2007. http://www.sega.com/games/game_temp.php?game=happytree&lid=gp_happytree&lpos=allgamelist_title. Retrieved on 2007-09-15. ^ Pontac, Ken (February 2007). "Ken Pontac's video game blog.". happytreefriends.com. http://mondo.happytreefriends.com/about_the_show/videogame_blog.html. Retrieved on 2007-09-15. ^ Ellison, Katherine (October 23, 2005). "What's Up, Doc? A Bloody Outrage, That's What". The Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/10/21/AR2005102102315_pf.html. Retrieved on 2006-07-08. ^ Russian Media Culture Protection Department(Russian) ^ Conlan Press: The situation was dire  External links Official Happy Tree Friends Website Mondo Minishows Official Site The official Happy Tree Friends forum Happy Tree Friends Video Game Blog by Ken Pontac. Podcast interview with creator Kenn Navarro and writers Warren Graff and Ken Pontac Happy Tree Friends at the Internet Movie Database Happy Tree Friends at TV.com  IMDB profiles Happy Tree Friends TV series at The Internet Movie Database Happy Tree Friends Volume 1 at The Internet Movie Database Happy Tree Friends Volume 2 at The Internet Movie Database Happy Tree Friends Volume 3 at The Internet Movie Database [hide]v • d • eHappy Tree Friends Characters Characters Episodes Episodes • Internet shorts (1, 2, 3) • TV episodes (1) Other Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm • Ka-Pow! • The Carpal Tunnel of Love • DVDs • Comics Cast and crew Kenn Navarro • Rhode Montijo • Warren Graff • Ken Pontac • Aubrey Ankrum • David Winn • Jim Lively • John Evershed • Michael "Lippy" Lipman Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy_Tree_Friends" Categories: Happy Tree Friends | Flash cartoons | G4 television series | Animated internet series | Animated television series | 2000s American television series | 2006 television series debuts | Internet memes
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