GlaceonTheVHSRipper2's World
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Genre Comedy


Format Animated series
Created by Glaceon Waterflower, Sr.
Starring Glaceon Waterflower, Jr.

Jeff Waterflower
Microsoft Sam

Country of origin United Kingdom
Language English

Russian (when Sylveon speaks)

No. of seasons 23 (and counting)
No. of episodes 89 (and counting) (List of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Glaceon Waterflower Sr.
Running time Usually 26 minutes
Production company(s) Glaceon Films

Granada Television
Greenyworld Studios Scotland

Distributor The Program Exchange (a few episodes in 1984)

RKO Pictures (1986-1987)
Colex Enterprises (1987-1988)
SFM Entertainment (1988-1999, 2004-present)
Litton Syndications (1998-1999)
Telepictures Distribution (1999-2003)
Bohbot Kids Network (2003-2004)

Original channel ITV1 (UK)

Syndicated (with E/I editing, US)
The Greeny Channel (US)

Original run 14th October 1987 – present
Followed by none
Preceded by none
Spin-offs/Related Shows none

GlaceonTheVHSRipper2's World is a British animated series and a better version of Gree City.

Behind the ScenesEdit

This show, being one of the first Greenytoons, began in 1987 as a children's program on Granada Television. The show name was created when Glaceon Waterflower, Sr.'s co-producers, Tim Suggeto and Tom Suggeto were drunk, and they blurted out the name in a discussion.

Lost episodes[1]Edit

The first episodes of GlaceonTheVHSRipper2's World used to be lost. Well, when Glaceon Films was moving to it's new studio and Glaceon Waterflower Sr. was moving some of the master tapes of GTVHSR2W episodes to a van, car thieves stole the van, which was never found. The 16mm film master tapes of some of the episodes were then eventually found in an abandoned loft during a police raid, and those episodes got VHS releases from ITC Home Video in 1993 (with cooperation from Granada, the ITV franchise that commissioned the series). Eventually, the remaining episodes were found in the film storage vault of CBET in Windsor, Ontario, who had formerly aired the show around the time Glaceon Films sold it all over the world (and SFM was syndicating it for GF). The found episodes all got DVD releases from Fremantlemedia Kids & Family.