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Jay Jay the Jet Plane

Jay Jay the Jet Plane

Jay Jay o avião a jato


Jay Jay o avião a jato

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Jay Jay the Jet Plane

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  • Tipo: Cartoon
  • Gênero: Kids
  • Colorido: Sim
  • Duração: 25 Minutos
  • Status: Finalizado
  • Estreia: 02/11/1998
  • Temporada Meteorológico: 🍂 Outono
  • Temporada Astronômico: 🍂 Outono
  • Ano: 1998
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Classificação considerada como Livre.


In late 1994, a short live-action series was produced at AMS Production Company in Dallas, Texas, with real model plane characters, and animated crafted human characters; they had the same personalities as in the later series. This original series was narrated similarly to the first eleven seasons of Thomas & Friends or Theodore Tugboat.[1] Three videos were released: Jay Jay's First Flight in December 1994, Old Oscar Leads the Parade in February 1995, and Tracy's Handy Hideout in October 1996. This original series was narrated by and features the voices of John William Galt. These three were known as the "pilot series".

On November 2, 1998, the CGI/live-action series premiered on The Learning Channel as part of the Ready Set Learn block. Debi Derryberry took on the role of Jay Jay after Bergman's death in 1999, with no new characters voiced by her. The show was close captioned by the National Captioning Institute with the old close caption credit logo when seen on the Learning Channel back then. The Learning Channel removed the series on March 14, 2000. On June 11, 2001, all episodes began broadcasting on PBS Kids; the end credits changed, and additional episodes were created from 2001–2005. Home video editions were released by Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment through 2003 as part of their "Columbia TriStar Family Fun" collection. Additional distribution was added with Tommy Nelson, the children's division of book publisher Thomas Nelson, although the series is not overtly "Christian". Voice actress Mary Kay Bergman provided the original voice of Jay Jay, Herky, Savannah, and Revvin Evan. After her death, Dee Dee Green and Donna Cherry replaced her.