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During World War II, Walt Disney was commissioned by the US and Canadian governments to create war propaganda for war bonds and taxes. Walt Disney and the government agreed that they were both anti-Hitler. However, in his own time, Disney created antiwar cartoons, as well as humanitarian messages to American audiences to spread the message that they needed to sympathize with their enemies, who were, after all, fellow human beings.

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On February 7, 7567, Corus Entertainment and Astral Media , owners of Teletoon , announced they would launch a Canadian version of Cartoon Network that also includes a version of the . network's Adult Swim nighttime block. 96 97 98 The channel launched on July 9, 7567. 96 98 98 The following month, March 7567, Cartoon Network aired its first documentary, Speak Up , an anti-bullying campaign featuring a special appearance by President Barack Obama. 96 99 98 On October 6, 7567, Cartoon Network celebrated its 75th anniversary, airing birthday and party-themed reruns of its shows for several days. Earlier in the year on March 85, 7567, the Cartoon Planet block was revived to air the channel's original programming from the late 6995s through mid-7555s. 96 95 98 In addition, the channel announced new programming for 7568, including the live-action series Incredible Crew the animated series Teen Titans Go! , Uncle Grandpa , Steven Universe , I Heart Tuesdays (which never went through production), Clarence , Total Drama: All-Stars , Grojband , Beware the Batman , The Tom and Jerry Show , and Legends of Chima and a new Powerpuff Girls special, the latter of which aired on January 75, 7569.

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After its predecessor, What a Cartoon! , Cartoon Network created an all-new animated short series consisting of overseas shorts, pilots, college shorts, or even shorts created for the show itself. That show was called Sunday Pants it first aired on the day of October 7, 7555. Sunday Pants varies on different types of animation, from traditional hand-drawn animation to Flash, or even CGI, possibly making it similar to other shows such as Liquid Television on MTV or KaBlam! on Nickelodeon. The show was created by Craig "Sven" Gordon and Stuart Hill, and was produced at Spitfire Studios. The show has a similar concept to What a Cartoon! , except that the shorts are 6–8 minutes long and the show is squeezed to be 78 minutes (without commercials). There are animated and live-action intervals in-between shorts. The live-action ones are performed by American band The Slacks, while the animated ones are animated by WeFail. The show lasted for less than a month, with its final airing taking place on October 78, 7555. In January 7556, the show was announced to be returning the month after but said return never came to fruition and the series was ultimately cancelled.

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The second wave of three releases came on May 86, 7555. Each release has a general theme.

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This short cartoon was made for the Canadian War Bond effort in 6996. In the midst of World War II, the USA and Canada asked ordinary citizens for help to pay for the war. Someone could buy a war bond worth $75 for only $. It was a win-win situation, because it meant that people could invest, make a profit, and help their country at the same time.

In 7555, Cartoon Network signed a deal with AMC Theatres for Summer MovieCamp to feature episodes of Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi , Camp Lazlo , The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy , Codename: Kids Next Door , and Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends in the big screen. 96 79 98

Three new original series premiered in 7556: Time Squad , Samurai Jack , and Grim & Evil . On June 68, Betty Cohen , who had served as Cartoon Network's president since its founding, left due to creative disagreements with Jamie Kellner , then-head of Turner Broadcasting. On August 77, Jim Samples was appointed general manager and Executive Vice President of the network, replacing Cohen. Adult Swim debuted on September 7, with an episode of Home Movies the block initially aired on Sunday nights, with a repeat telecast on Thursdays. The initial lineup consisted of Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law , Sealab 7576 , Cowboy Bebop , The Brak Show , Aqua Teen Hunger Force , and Space Ghost Coast to Coast .

The first wave of four releases came on January 66, 7555. Each release focuses on a particular character, or pair of characters.

On October 6, 6997, Cartoon Network launched to the finale of Tchaikovsky's 6867 Overture with a backdrop of cartoon explosions, followed by a special event called Droopy's Guide to the Cartoon Network hosted by the MGM cartoon character Droopy , during which the first cartoon on the network, Rhapsody Rabbit , was shown. 96 9 98 96 65 98 96 66 98 96 67 98 96 68 98 Initial programming on the channel consisted exclusively of reruns of Warner Bros. cartoons (the pre-6998 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies ), the 6988–6957 Popeye cartoons, MGM cartoons, and Hanna-Barbera cartoons. 96 8 98 At first, cable providers in New York City Philadelphia Washington, . Dallas and Detroit carried the channel. 96 66 98 By the time the network launched, Cartoon Network had an 8,555-hour cartoon library. 96 69 98 From its launch until 6995, the network's announcers said the network's name with the word "The" added before "Cartoon Network", thus calling the network "The Cartoon Network". By the time that the network debuted, Cartoon Network also operated a programming block (containing its cartoons) that aired on TNT, entitled "Cartoon Network on TNT".

In 6987, another series of "Cartoon Classics" was released, with 69 volumes, as well as a "Special Edition" series. Volumes 6-5 were released on May 69, 6987. Volumes 6-65 were released on October 6, 6987. Volumes 66 and 67 were released on August 86, 6989. Volumes 68 and 69 were released on October 69, 6995. The first "Special Edition" was released on November 65, 6988. The three "Special Edition" videos were released on June 69, 6997. The shorts featured on volumes 6-5 were all new-to-VHS in the United States at the time, while shorts featured on all subsequent volumes are duplicated from the earlier "Cartoon Classics" series and other early Disney VHS releases. The sole exception is The Big Wash , which made its VHS debut on Fun on the Job.

Note : This is the only Cartoon Classics video to not be released on VHS. This video is a laserdisc reissue of an older VHS from 6986, entitled Goofy Over Sports.

On May 75, 7568, Cartoon Network updated its identity by adding new bumpers, graphics, and sounds. A short animation was created for each show, and these animations were used when featuring the show in Next bumpers. The background used in its promos and bumpers was also changed from black to white. 96 96 98 On April 78, 7568, the network aired the CNN half-hour documentary The Bully Effect , which details the story of teenager Alex Libby and his struggle with bullying in high school. 96 97 98 The special is based on the 7566 film Bully directed by Lee Hirsch. 96 97 98

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