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Lupin III (1971-1972; 1977-1980; 1984-1985)Edit

  • 1971-1972:
Production funding for Lupin III is provided by
The Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Public Television Stations
Carnegie Corporation
Exxon Corporation
The Ford Foundation
  • 1977-1978:
Production funding for Lupin III is provided by
The National Science Foundation
The Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Public Television Stations
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Exxon Corporation
The Ford Foundation
  • 1978-1980: "Lupin III is funded in part by the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Exxon Corporation, and the Ford Foundation."
  • 1984-1985: "Lupin III is made possible by funding from the National Science Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, this station and other Public Television Stations, Exxon Corporation, the Ford Foundation. Additional funding provided by the Corporation For Public Broadcasting."

Devilman (1972-1973)Edit

  • 1972-1973:
Funding for Devilman is provided by
Mobil Corporation
The Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Public Television Stations
Ford Foundation
Carnegie Corporation Of New York

Tucky & Friends (2001-2005)Edit

  • 2001-2002:
(Chuck E Cheese 1999 Sponsor Tag)
(Kellogg's Frosted Flakes 1997 Sponsor Tag)
(Kix 2000 Sponsor Tag)
(2001 Chutes & Ladders Sponsor Tag)
Funding For Tucky & Friends Is Provided By
The National Science Foundation, America's Investment In The Future
The Corporation For Public Broadcasting
And By Viewers Like You
Thank You
  • 2002-2005

This Program Is Made Possible By

A Ready To Learn Television Cooperative Agreement

From The U.S Department Of Education, Through The Public Broadcasting Service

The Corporation For Public Broadcasting

Additional Funding Is Provided By, The Park Foundation

The Civil Society Insitute, And

(2000 Chick Fil A Sponsor Tag #1)

(2000 Sprint Sponsor Tag)

(2003 Microsoft Sponsor Tag)

(2003 Quaker Oats Sponsor Tag)

(2002 America Online Sponsor Tag)

(2002 Spaghetti O's Sponsor Tag)

And Made Possible By Contributions To Your PBS Station, And From Viewers Like You

Thank You

Doraemon (1973; 1979-2005)Edit

  • 1973:
Production funding for Doraemon is provided by
Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Public Television Stations
U.S. Department of Education
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • 1979-1985:
Funding for Doraemon is provided by
National Science Foundation
Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Public Television Stations
U.S. Department of Education
The Ford Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • 1985-1988: "Doraemon is funded in part by the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, the U.S. Department of Education, the Ford Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."
  • 1988-1995: "Doraemon is funded in part by the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, the Ford Foundation, the National Science Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."
  • 1995-1998: "Doraemon is funded in part by the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, the financial support of Viewers Like You, and by..." (1995 Mead-Johnson tag)
  • 1998-1999: "Doraemon is funded in part by the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, the financial support of PBS Viewers Like You, and by..." (1996 Chuck E. Cheese's tag) (1998 Chef Jr. tag) (1997 Kellogg's Frosted Flakes tag)
  • 1999-2001: (1997 Kellogg's Frosted Flakes tag) "Funding is also provided by
  • The National Science Foundation, America's investment in the future. Additional funding is provided by a grant from the Corporation For Public Broadcasting through funds from the U.S. Department of Education."
  • 2001-2005: (2001 Kellogg's Frosted Flakes tag) "Funding is also provided by
  • The National Science Foundation, America's investment in the future. This program is also made possible by a Ready-To-Learn grant from the U.S. Department of Education through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting."

Casshan (1973-1974) Edit

  • 1973-1974:
Production funding for Casshan is provided by
National Endowment For the Humanities
Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Public Television Stations
Ford Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York

Aim For the Ace! (1973-1974)Edit

  • 1973-1974:
Funding for Aim For the Ace! is provided by
National Endowment For the Humanities
Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Public Television Stations
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
Carnegie Corporation of New York

Cutey Honey (1973-1974)Edit

  • 1973-1974:
Funding for Cutey Honey is provided by
National Science Foundation
Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Public Television Stations
Mobil Corporation
Ford Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York

Captain Harlock (1978-1979)Edit

  • 1978-1979: "Captain Harlock is made possible by the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, Exxon Corporation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

Galaxy Express 999 (1978-1981)Edit

  • 1978-1981: "Galaxy Express 999 is made possible by the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, Exxon Corporation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

Mobile Suit Gundam (1979-1980)Edit

  • 1979-1980: "Mobile Suit Gundam is made possible by funding from the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, the National Science Foundation, and Exxon Corporation."

The Rose of Versailles (1979-1980)Edit

  • 1979-1980: "The Rose of Versailles is made possible by funding from the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, Mobil Corporation, the National Endowment For the Humanities, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

Dr. Slump (1981-1986)Edit

  • 1981-1985: "Dr. Slump is made possible by funding from the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, Exxon Corporation, the National Science Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."
  • 1985-1986: "Dr. Slump is made possible by grants from the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, Exxon Corporation, the National Science Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

Urusei Yatsura (1981-1986)Edit

  • 1981-1985: "Urusei Yatsura is made possible by funding from the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, Mobil Corporation, the National Science Foundation, and the Ford Foundation."
  • 1985-1986: "Urusei Yatsura is made possible by grants from the National Science Foundation, Mobil Corporation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, and the Ford Foundation."

Macross (1982-1983)Edit

  • 1982-1983: "Macross is made possible by funding from the Corporation For Public Broadcasting and by the National Science Foundation."

Sailor Moon (1992-1997)Edit

  • 1992-1993: "Sailor Moon is made possible by funding from the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, Mobil Corporation, the Ford Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."
  • 1993-1994: "Sailor Moon R is made possible by grants from the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, Mobil Corporation, the Ford Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."
  • 1994-1995: "Sailor Moon S is made possible by grants from the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, the financial support of Viewers Like You, Mobil Corporation, the Ford Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."
  • 1995-1996: "Sailor Moon SuperS is made possible by the Pew Charitable Trusts, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Mobil Corporation, the Ford Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, and the financial support of Viewers Like You."
  • 1996-1997: "Sailor Moon Stars is made possible by the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You, and by grants from the National Science Foundation, Mobil Corporation, and the Pew Charitable Trusts."

The Slayers (1995-1997; 2008-2009)Edit

  • 1995-1996: "Funding for this series is made possible in part by a grant from the Corporation For Public Broadcasting and financial support by Viewers Like You."
  • 1997: "Funding for this series is made possible in part by the Corporation For Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You."
  • 2008-2009: "Funding for this series is made possible by the Corporation For Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS station by Viewers Like You. Thank you."

Sailor Moon (kids) (1995; 1997; 2000)Edit

  • 1995: "Sailor Moon is made possible by funding from the Pew Charitable Trusts, and by..." (1995 Chuck E. Cheese's tag) "Funding is also provided by the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, and by the financial support of Viewers Like You."
  • 1997: "Sailor Moon is made possible by funding from the Pew Charitable Trusts, and by..." (1996 Chuck E. Cheese's tag) "Funding is also provided by the National Science Foundation, the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support from PBS Viewers Like You."
  • 2000: "Sailor Moon is made possible by funding from the Pew Charitable Trusts, and by..." (1999 Chuck E. Cheese's tag) "And by a grant from the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, math, and technology. The National Science Foundation, America's investment in the future. Funding is also provided by the Corporation For Public Broadcasting and by contributions to PBS stations from Viewers Like You. Thank you."

Sesame Street (1969-2002)Edit

  • 1969: "Funding for Sesame Street is made possible by grants from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Ford Foundation, the Headstart and Markle Foundation and the United States Office of Education."
  • 1971: "Funds for Sesame Street are provided by The Ford Foundation, Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and United States Office of Education, and Department of Welfare"
  • 1972: "Funds for Sesame Street are provided by National Center for Educational Technology, Office of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Carnegie Corporation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Ford Foundation"
  • 1977: "Major Funding For This Program was provided by a grant from the Office of Education Department of Health Education and Welfare, and by Public Television Stations. Additional Support was provided by grants from the Ford Foundation and Carnegie Corporation of New York"
  • 1978: "Major Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the Office of Education Department of Health Education and Welfare, and by Public Television Stations. Additional support was provided by grants from the Ford Foundation and Carnegie Corporation of New York"
  • 1986: "Funding for This Program is provided in part by Public Television Stations. Support for Sesame Street has also been provided by the U.S. Department of Education, the Ford Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."
  • 1991: "Funding for This Program is provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by Public Television Stations And Their Contributors."
  • 1996: Funding for Sesame Street is provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by Public Television Stations And Their Contributors."
  • 1998: Funding for Sesame Street is made possible by annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You. Support for Sesame Street is made Possible in part by Discovery Zone."
  • 1999: Funding for Sesame Street was provided by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You. Support from Sesame Street is also provided by from Discovery Zone."
  • 2000-2002: "Sesame Street has been brought to you by the following. Sesame Street is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life. Sesame Street is made possible by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Dinosaurs (1990-1993) (PBS Versions 1990-1993)Edit

1990: "Funding for Dinosaurs was provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by Public Television Stations. Additional Funding for Dinosaurs is also provided by the National Science Foundation and by Carnegie Corporation of New York"

1991: "Funding for Dinosaurs was made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by financial support of Viewers Like You"

1992: Funding for Dinosaurs is Made Possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by the financial support of Viewers Like You"

1993: Major Funding for Dinosaurs is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You"

Teletubbies (1997-2000)Edit

1997: "Funding for Teletubbies was made possible by Kellogg's Rice Krispies, This program was made possible by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, Juicy Juice 100% Juice for 100% for Kids!, Additional funding is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You"

1998: "Funding for Teletubbies was made possible by Kellogg's Rice Krispies, And by Libby's Juicy Juice, Juicy Juice 100% Juice, for 100% kids, Additional funding is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You,"

1999: "Funding for Teletubbies was made possible by Kellogg's Rice Krispies, And by, Libby's Juicy Juice, Juicy Juice 100% Juice, for 100% kids, Additional funding is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You."

2000: Funding for Teletubbies was made possible by Kellogg's Rice Krispies. this program was made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, Juicy Juice for 100% Juice for 100% kids. Additional funding for Teletubbies is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You."

Zoboomafoo (1998-2000) Edit

1998: "Funding for Zoboomafoo was provided by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You."

1999: "Funding for Zoboomafoo was provided by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You."

2000: "Zoboomafoo was made possible by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You."

The Land Before Time (1988-2007) Edit

1988: "Funding for The Land Before Time is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by Public Television Stations And Their Contributors. Support for The Land Before Time Also Provided by U.S. Department of Education The Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Ford Foundation."

1994: "Funding for The Land Before Time was provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by the Financial Support of Viewers Like You." 1995: "Funding for The Land Before Time is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You. and by (1995 Chuck E' Cheese's tag)"

1996: "The Land Before Time is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support of PBS Viewers Like You and by Chuck E' Cheese's Where. A. Kid. Can. Be. A. Kid. Chef Jr Dinosaur Pasta Supports of PBS Kids TV. this program was made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice for 100% Juice for 100% kids."

1997: Funding for The Land Before Time is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations.

  • This program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice for 100% Juice. for 100% kids.
  • And by Polaroid. Exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera?. A smile. self-esteem. (laughs) Oh Yeah, A picture. Polaroid.
  • And by Baby Gap.

1998: Funding for The Land Before Time was provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. And by...

  • Exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera? A smile, self-esteem, and a picture. Polaroid, proudly preserving The Land Before Time and other educational programs on PBS.
  • And by Libby's Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids.
  • The Land Before Time is sponsored by Baby Gap, your go-to for the cutest baby clothes in many styles and sizes. Our baby girl and boy clothes are designed for ultimate comfort and convenience, and we’re happy to bring you the epic prehistoric adventure only on PBS.
  • This program is funded in part by a grant from Post Alpha Bits Cereal. 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories, and it all starts with ABC. Post-Alpha Bits is proud to bring you The Land Before Time on PBS.

1999: Funding for The Land Before Time is provided by The United States of Department for Education and by Contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.

  • This program is made possible in part by a grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice, 100% juice for 100% kids.
  • The Land Before Time is funded in part by Northwestern Mutual Life, which has been protecting families and businesses for generations. Have you heard from The Quiet Company? Northwestern Mutual Life.
  • And by Post Alpha-Bits Cereal, 26 little letters that make up million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you The Land Before Time on PBS.

2000: Funding for The Land Before Time is provided by...

  • This program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids, And by Baby Gap.
  • And by Post Alpha-Bits. 26 little letters that make words that make share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together, Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you The Land Before Time on PBS.
  • Many people say the early bird gets the worm, but on TV, the early bird only takes a minute to learn something new on PBS. Applebee’s is proud to rely on eating good in the neighborhood by presenting The Land Before Time.

And by the United States Department of Education, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.

2001: Funding for The Land Before Time is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by...

  • Sometimes, you can have the best playdate you could have ever imagined. Because a little imagination goes a long way, the folks at Lego are proud to bring you The Land Before Time on PBS.
  • This program is made possible in part by a grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids.
  • Scientific achievement is fueled by the simple desire to make things clear. Sprint PCS is proud to support The Land Before Time.

and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.

2002: Funding for The Land Before Time is provided by...

  • Juicy Juice. We’re behind The Land Before Time, 100%. Of course, that’s how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice.
  • Post Alpha-Bits, 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you The Land Before Time on PBS.
  • The Land Before Time is funded in part by the Northwestern Mutual Foundation. Some people already know Northwestern Mutual can help plan for your children's education. Are you there yet? Northwestern Mutual Financial Network.

And by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement.from the U.S. Department of Education., through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!

2003: Funding for The Land Before Time has been provided in part by the following.

  • The Land Before Time is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life.
  • Juicy Juice. We’re behind The Land Before Time, 100%. Of course, that’s how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice.
  • Post Alpha-Bits. 26 little letters that make up a million words, that tell billions of stories, and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you The Land Before Time on PBS.
  • Science. It's given us the framework to help make wireless communications clear. Sprint is proud to support The Land Before Time.

Major funding is made possible by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement from U.D. Department of Education., through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!.

2004: Funding for The Land Before Time is provided by the following.

  • Chuck E. Cheese's is proud is support the joy of fun and learning of PBS Kids. Helping children discover the fun of developing their bodies. And their minds. PBS Kids. Where a Kid. Can Be a Kid.
  • We see an inventor. At Microsoft, your potential inspires us to create software that helps you reach it. Your potential. Our passion.
  • The Land Before Time is made possible in part by makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life.

And by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!

2006: Funding for The Land Before Time is provided by the following.

  • Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Helping children discover than families and fun go hand in hand. PBS Kids. Where a Kid Can Be a Kid.
  • D-A-N-I-M-A-L-S, Danimals. (Cheering) The Land Before Time is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt, Proud to help faster than growth and development of kids everywhere.
  • We see one small step on Mars. Microsoft is proud to sponsor The Land Before Time and other educational programs on PBS Kids, celebrating the potential in us all.

And by the Park Foundation, dedicated to education and quality television, and contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!.

Bananas in Pyjamas (1992-2001) Edit

1992: Funding for Bananas in Pyjamas was made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support of Viewers Like You.

1993: Funding for Bananas in Pyjamas is provided by...

  • Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pads, proud to support the development of happy babies!
  • Just like B1 and B2, what you want is what you get when you eat McDonald’s. That’s why we’re proud to sponsor Bananas in Pyjamas and other educational programming on PBS.

and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You.

1994: Funding for Bananas in Pyjamas is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You. and by...

  • Chuck E. Cheese's. Explore the adventures of reading with PBS. Chuck E. Cheese's, where a kid can be a kid.
  • And by Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pads, proud support the development of happy babies!

1996: Funding for Bananas in Pyjamas is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by.. The Arthur VIning Davis Foundations.

  • This program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for, 100% kids!

1999: Funding for Bananas in Pyjamas is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. And by...

  • Happyness comes in a lot of colours. Mentos, the freshmaker of mints, is proud to help kids achieve their dreams by bringing you Bananas in Pyjamas.
  • Exactly what develops when you use a Polarold camera? A smile, self-esteem, and a picture. Polaroid, developing the fun adventures of Bananas in Pyjamas and other educational programs on PBS.
  • And by. Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids!. *And by Baby Gap.

2001: Funding for Bananas in Pyjamas is provided by...

  • This program is made possible in part by grant form Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids!
  • Many people say the early bird gets the worm, but on TV, the early bird only takes a minute to learn something new on PBS. Applebee’s is proud to rely on eating good in the neighborhood by presenting Bananas in Pyjamas.
  • And by. Post Alpha-Bits cereal, 26 little letters that make up a million words tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you Bananas in Pyjamas on PBS.

And by U.s. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!

2011: Funding for Bananas in Pyjamas is provided by...

  • I'm a whirlibird... Chuck E Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Salutes all the parents who know staying active with their kids, is fun and healthy for them. I'm a whirlibird...PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be a Kid.
  • Whatever your choice of meal is salads, shrimp, chicken, pasta, or riblets, we’re the providers of bringing you great food and educating kids with Bananas in Pyjamas and other educational programs on PBS Kids. Remember, at Applebee’s, there's no place like the neighborhood.

And by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!

Looney Tunes (1996-2001) Edit

1996: Funding for Looney Tunes is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program is made possible in part by grant form Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!.

1997: Funding for Looney Tunes is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and by Polaroid, Exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera? A smile. self-esteem. (Laughs) oh Yeah, a picture, Polaroid, And by, Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!. and by Baby Gap.

1998: Funding for Looney Tunes is funded in part by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You, and by, Chuck E. Cheese's, Where, A, Kid, Can, Be, A, Kid, Yeah! (Hums) Mm-mmm Yeah! (Slurping) (Gulp) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr Dinosaur Pasta supports of PBS Kids TV. Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction, And by Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!.

1999: Funding for Looney Tunes is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You. And by Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids! (Hums) Yeah! (Slurping) (Gulp) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr Dinosaur Pasta supports of PBS Kids TV.

2000: Funding for Looney Tunes is provided by United States Department of Education and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You. this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!. and by Baby Gap, And by. Post Alpha-Bits cereal. 26 little letters that make up a million words tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you Looney Tunes on PBS.

2001: Funding for Looney Tunes is provided by... Juicy Juice, we're behind Looney Tunes, 100%. Of course, that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Post Alpha-Bits, 26 little letters that make the words, that let you share your feelings, around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you Looney Tunes on PBS. And by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement, from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.

The Muppet Show (1994-1999) Edit

1994: The Muppet Show is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pads, proud to support the development of happy babies!.

1996: Funding for The Muppet Show is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. This program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice, for 100% Kids!.

1998: Funding for The Muppet Show is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. And by. Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice, for 100% kids!. And by Baby Gap. And by Polaroid, Exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera? A smile. self-esteem, (Laughs) oh Yeah, a picture. Polaroid.

1999: Funding for The Muppet Show is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!. And by Baby Gap, And by,.. Post Alpha-Bits cereal. 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC, Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you The Muppet Show on PBS.

The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1988-1991) (PBS Kids Versions 1998-2002) Edit

1998-1999: "Funding for The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is provided by. Kids programming is proud supports Winnie the Pooh, is funded in part by on KBKids.com, Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction, And by, the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You,"

2001-2002: "The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt, Proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life. Winnie the Pooh was made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You,"

The Adventures of Timmy the Tooth (1994-1995) (PBS Kids Versions 1998-1999) Edit

1998-1999: Funding for The Adventures of Timmy the Tooth is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pads, proud to support the development of happy babies!, Chef Jr. from the makers of Chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS!. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment. including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at? Chuck E. Cheese's, Where. A. Kid. Can. Be. A. Kid. Yeah!

The Book of Pooh (2001-2003) (PBS Kids Versions 2001-2003) Edit

2001-2003: Funding for The Book of Pooh is provided by. Juicy Juice. Were behind The Book of Pooh, 100% of course, That's how we do everything, Juicy Juice, 100% Juice, The Book of Pooh is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt, proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life, And by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!

Barney and the Backyard Gang (1988-1991) (PBS Versions 1988-1991) Edit

1988: Funding for Barney and the Backyard Gang is made possible in part by this station and other Public Television Stations, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And by The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The National Science Foundation, and The Ford Foundation.

1989: Funding for Barney and the Backyard Gang is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, and by The National Science Foundation, The Ford Foundation,

1990: Funding for Barney and the Backyard Gang was made possible in part by, The National Science Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the financial support from Viewers Like You,

1991: Funding for Barney and the Backyard Gang is made possible in part by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and by The Carnegie Corporation of New York, and The National Science Foundation, And the financial support from Viewers Like You.

The Letter People (1996-1999) Edit

1996: "Major Funding for The Letter People is provided by, The National Science Foundation, and by The Arthur Vining Foundations, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the financial support from Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% kids!,"

1997: "Funding for The Letter People is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, And by Polaroid, Exactly when develops when you use a Polaroid camera, A smile, self-esteem, (Laughs) oh yeah, a picture, Polaroid, And by Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice, for 100% kids!. And by Baby Gap,"

1998: "Funding for The Letter People is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% kids!, And by Polaroid, Exactly when develops when you use a Polaroid camera, A smile, self-esteem, (Laughs) oh yeah, a picture, Polaroid, And by Baby Gap, Chef Jr, from the makers of Chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS!"

1999: "Funding for The Letter People is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You, and by, Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% kids! And by Polaroid, Exactly when develops when you use a Polaroid camera, A smile, self-esteem, (Laughs) oh yeah, a picture, Polaroid, And by Baby Gap, Chef Jr, from the makers of chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS!"

Animaniacs (1993-2001) Edit

1993-1996: "Funding for Animaniacs is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the financial support from Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The National Science Foundation, and the Ford Foundation, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trusts," "and by Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pads, proud to support the development of happy babies,"

1996: "Funding for Animaniacs is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% kids!,"

1997: "Funding for Animaniacs is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. And by Polarold, Exactly when develops when you use a Polarold camera, A smile, self-estreem, (Laughs) oh yeah, a picture, Polarold, And by,, Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!, And by Baby Gap,"

1999: Funding for Animaniacs is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, and by, Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!, and by Baby Gap, and by, Post Alpha-Bits, 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you Animaniacs on PBS!

2000: Funding for Animaniacs is provided by the United States Department of Education and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!, this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!, And by Baby Gap, And by, Post Alpha-Bits cereal, 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC, Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you Animaniacs on PBS!

2001: Funding for Animaniacs is provided by, Juicy Juice, Were behind Animaniacs, 100% of course, That's how we do everything, Juicy Juice, 100% Juice, Post Alpha-Bits, 26 little letters that make the words that make you share yours feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together, Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you Animaniacs on PBS! and by United States Department of Education, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!

Brum (1991-2002) (PBS Versions 1991-2002) Edit

1991: "Funding for Brum is provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by, Public Television Stations and their Contributors.

1994: Funding for Brum is provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by, Public Television Stations and their Contributors.

1995: Funding for Brum is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, T-U-V-W-X Ah-choo! Learning about ABC's it's practice, A-B-C, Chef Jr, makers of ABC's and 123's pasta, (Giggles) Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pads, proud to support the development of happy babies! Chuck E' Cheese's, Where, a Kid, Can be, a kid.

1996: Funding for Brum is provided by, the Corporation fro Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, the National Ednowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!,

1997: Funding for Brum is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, And by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, And by Polaroid, Exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera, A smile, self-esteem, (Laughs) oh yeah, a picture, Polaroid, And by, Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100! Kids!, And by Baby Gap, Chef Jr, from the makers of Chef Boydaree, proudly supports educational programming on PBS!

1998-1999: Funding for Brum is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, Chef Jr, from the makers of Chef Boydaree, proudly supports educational programming on PBS!, And by Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!, And by Baby Gap, And by Post Alpha-Bits 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you Brum on PBS!

2002: "Funding for Brum was made possible by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

Tots TV (1993-1998) (PBS Versions 1993-1998) Edit

1993: "Funding for Tots TV is provided by, Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies! and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support from Viewers Like You,:

1994-1995: "Funding for Tots tv is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual financial support from Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, the National Science Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, and by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies!

1996-1997: Funding for Tots TV is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The National Science Foundation, this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!, (Humming) mm-mmm! Yeah! (Slurping) (Gulp) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr Dinosaur pasta supports of PBS Kids TV!,

1997-1998: "Funding for Tots TV is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, and by Polaroid. Exactly what develops when you use a polaroid camera, a smile, self-esteem (Laughs) oh yeah, a picture, Polaroid, And By, Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% kids!, and by Baby Gap,

Rosie and Jim (1992-1999) (PBS Versions 1992-1999) Edit

1992-1993: Funding for Rosie and Jim is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support from Viewers Like You,

1994-1995: Funding for Rosie and Jim is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual financial support from Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The National Science Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, And by Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies!

1996-1997: Funding for Rosie and Jim is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!,

1997-1998: Funding for Rosie and Jim is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, And by Polaroid. Exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera, a smile, self-esteem (Laughs) oh yeah, a picture, Polaroid, And by, Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!, And by Baby Gap,

1998-1999: Funding for Rosie and Jim is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!, and by Polaroid, Exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera, a smile, self-esteem (Laughs) oh yeah, a picture, Polaroid, And by Baby Gap,

Dink the Little Dinosaur (2001-2006) (PBS Kids Versions (2001-2006) Edit

2001-2002: Chuck E Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS kids. Opening the door to fun and joy of learning. PBS kids, where a kid can be a kid. Funding for Dink the Little Dinosaur is provided by A Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education. Through the Public Broadcasting Service. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.

2002-2005: Dink the Little Dinosaur is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help kick-starter your child's growth and development of life. Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids. we're a kid can be a kid. And by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.

2005-2006: Dink the Little Dinosaur was made possible by... Chuck E Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Helping kids discover the fun of learning not only what the world can do, but also what they can do. PBS Kids. Where a kid can be a kid. ...and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.

A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving (1998) (PBS Kids Version 1998) Edit

1998: Funding for A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving is provided by. (Music Playing) Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction. And by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You.

Winnie the Pooh A Valentine for You (1999) (PBS Kids Version 1999) Edit

1999: Funding for Winnie the Pooh A Valentine for You was made possible by. KBKids.com, New online toy store is proud supports Winnie the Pooh. Because learning and play go hand in hand, KBKids.com. And by DirecTV. Proud to support children's programming on PBS. DirecTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks So, what are you looking at? And by. Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% kids!. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!

Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too (1991) (PBS Kids Version 2000) Edit

2000: Funding for Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting; and by. (Whistles) Lego a proud sponsor of Winnie the Pooh this is your best holiday season you could ever imagine. this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!

Doug (1996-1999) Edit

1996: Funding for Doug is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. and by the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. (Hums) mm-mmm (Yeah) (Slurping) (Gulp) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr. dinosaur pasta supports of PBS Kids TV. this program is made possible in part by grant form Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids.

1997: Funding for Doug is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and by Polarold, Exactly what develops when you are a Polarold camera.. a smile.. self-estreem (Laughs) oh yeah. a picture. Polarold. and by. Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap.

1998-1999: Funding for Doug is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. this program is made possible in part by grant form Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap. And by. Post Alpha-Bits cereal. 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you Doug on PBS.

Gumby (1996-2003) (PBS Kids Versions 1996-2003) Edit

1996: Funding for Gumby is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids.

1997: Funding for Gumby is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. and by. (Hums) Mm-mm! Yeah! (Slurping) (Gulp) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr. dinosaur pasta supports of PBS Kids TV!. and by Polarold. Exactly what develops when you are a Polarold camera.. a smile.. self-estreem. (Laughs) oh yeah. a picture. Polarold. and by Baby Gap.

1998: Funding for Gumby is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. and by Baby Gap. And by. Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. Chuck E. Cheese's. where. a. kid. can. be. a. kid. Yeah! (Hums) Mm-mmm! Yeah! (Slurping) (Gulp) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr. dinosaur pasta supports of PBS Kids TV!. (Music Playing) Kellogg's Rice Krispies. celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction. And by. Post Alpha-Bits cereal . 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you Gumby on PBS.

1999-2000: Funding for Gumby is provided by United States Department of Education and by contributions to your PBS station from Vewers Like You. Thank You!. This program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids!. Chef Jr from the makers of Chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS. And by Baby Gap. and by. Post Alpha-Bits cereal, 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you Gumby on PBS.

2000-2001: Funding for Gumby is provided by. Juicy Juice. Were behind Gumby 100% of course That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. Post Alpha-Bits 26 little letters that make the words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world. bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you Gumby on PBS. Kids Programming is proud supports Gumby. is funded in part by on KBkids.com. And by DirecTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. so, where are you looking at? And by United States Department of Education and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!.

2001-2002: Gumby is made possible in part by from the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development of life. And by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

2002-2003: Funding for Gumby is provided by. Chuck E' Cheese's. proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all fun enjoy of learning. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be a Kid. Rhodes 60 Second Cinnamon Rolls. how many seconds are in a minute? 60. it only takes a minute, to wake up your minds, by learning something new on PBS Kids. Sponsored by Rhodes 60 Second Cinnamon Rolls. And by A Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education. Through the Public Broadcasting Service.

Wallace & Gromit A Grand Day Out (1989) (PBS Version 1989) Edit

Funding for this program is provided in part by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And by Public Television Stations And Their Contributors.

Wallace & Gromit The Wrong Trousers (1993) (PBS Version 1993) Edit

Presentation of The Wrong Trousers is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And the annual financial support from Viewers Like You.

Flying House (1989-1990) Edit

1989-1990: Funding for Flying House is made possible in part by, The Carnegie Corporation of New York. The National Science Foundation. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and the financial support from Viewers Like You. also funded by. The National Endowment for the Humanities.

Superbook (1982-1994) Edit

1982-1984: Funding for Superbook is made possible by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, This station and other Public Television Stations. The Carnegie Corporation of New York. and by The National Science Foundation.

1984-1987: Funding for Superbook was made possible by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, With additional funding is provided by this station and other Public Television Stations, The Ford Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

1987-1989: Cooperate funding for Superbook is provided by General Motors, Major funding is also provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, which supports scholarship research education and public programs, .. the Pew Charitable Trusts. the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by Public Television Stations, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation,

1989-1991: Superbook was made possible by grants from: The National Science Foundation, The U.S. Department of Education, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Carnegie Corporation of New York,

1991-1994: Superbook is made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Ford Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You,

Boohbah (2003-2006) Edit

2003-2006: Boohbah is made possible by... Chuck E Cheese's proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun enjoy of learning. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be a Kid. Rhodes 60 Second Cinnamon Rolls. How many seconds are in a minute? 60. It only takes a minute, to wake up your minds, by learning something new on PBS Kids. Sponsored by Rhodes 60 Second Cinnamon Rolls. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!

Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies (1930-1969) (PBS Kids Version 1996-2001) Edit

1996: Funding for Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids.

1997: Funding for Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. he National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program is made is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% kids. and by. (Hums) Mm-mmm! Yeah! (Slurping) (Gulp) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr, dinosaur pasta supports PBS Kids TV. and by Polarold. exactly what develops when you use a Polarold camera. a smile... self estreem. (Laughs) oh yeah.. a picture.. Polarold. And by Baby Gap.

1998-1999: Funding for Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. And by Baby Gap. and by... Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Polarold. exactly what develops when you use a Polarold camera. a smile... self estreem, (laughs) oh yeah. a picture. Polarold. Chef Jr. from the makers of Chef Boyardee. proudly supports educational programming on PBS.

1999-2000: Funding for Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies is provided by United States Department of Education and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!. This program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap. And By.. Post Alpha-Bits cereal, 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies on PBS.

2000-2001: Funding for Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies is provided by. Post Alpha-Bits. 26 little letters that make up a million words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha-Bits cereal is proud to bring you Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies on PBS. Juicy Juice, Were behind Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies 100% or course That's how we do everything, Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. and by U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!.

Disney's Sing Along Songs (1994-1996) Edit

1994-1995: Funding for Disney's Sing Along Songs is provided by. Chuck E. Cheese's. where a kid can be a kid! Yeah! Chef Jr. from the makers of Chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS! and by Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers. baby wipes. and training pads, proud to support the development of happy babies! And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You.

1995-1996: Funding for Disney's Sing Along Songs is provided by. Chuck E. Cheese's where a kid can be a kid! Yeah! Chef Jr. dinosaur pasta supports PBS Kids TV! and by Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers. baby wipes. and training pads. proud to supports the development of happy babies! And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You.

The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show (1985-1998) Edit

1985-1988: Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is made possible by grants from The National Science Foundation,from the U.S. Department of Education, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, this station from other Public Television Stations. and by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

1988-1991: Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is made possible by Texaco... Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this other Public Television Stations. Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is made possible by Texaco Star of American Road. Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is also provided by the National Endowment of the Humanities. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by financial support of Viewers Like You.

1991-1994: Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is made possible in part by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support by Viewers Like You.

1994-1996: Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is funded in part by Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pads, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You,

1996-1997: Funding for Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support from Viewers Like You, and by, Mead Johnson, makers of Next Step Toddler formula, helping toddlers grow up healthy, Chuck E. Cheese's, WHERE.. A KID. CAN BE.. A KID. Funding for Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is made possible in part by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support from Viewers Like You, and by, Chuck E. Cheese's WHERE. A KID. CAN BE. A KID. Mead Johnson, maker of Next Step Toddler formula, committed to good nutrition for healthy toddler development,

1997-1998: Major Funding for Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show is made possible by a grant from Helen and Peter Bing, so that families everywhere can share the joy of dreaming with their children. Additional funding is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You. and by the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and by. Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice,100% Juice for 100% Kids. Chef Jr. from the makers of Chef Boyardee, Proudly supports educational programming on PBS.

Bear in the Big Blue House (1997-2000) Edit

1997-1998: Funding for Bear in the Big Blue House is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!, and by Polaroid, Exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera, a smile... self esteem... (Laughs) oh yeah.. a picture. Polaroid. And by Baby Gap,

1998-1999: Funding for Bear in the Big Blue House is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, and by Polaroid, Exactly what develops when you use a Polarold camera, a smile... self-esteem,... (Laughs) oh yeah.. a picture. Polaroid. And by. Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap, Chef Jr. from the makers of Chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS!,

1999-2000: Funding for Bear in the Big Blue House is provided by United States Department of Education and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You! this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap, And by, Post Alpha-Bits cereal, 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC, Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you Bear in the Big Blue House on PBS.

Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1996-1998) Edit

1996: Funding for Scooby Doo Where Are You is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, and by Baby Gap. and by Polarold, Exactly what devlops when you use a Polarold camera, a smile.. self estreem... (Laughs) oh yeah... a picture, Polarold, and by Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids,

1997: Funding for Scooby Doo Where Are You is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice 100% Juice for 100% Kids, and by Baby Gap, and by Polarold, Exactly what devlops when you use a Polarold camera, a smile... self estreem... (Laughs) oh yeah... a picture, Polarold,

1998-1999: Funding for Scooby Doo Where Are You is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids, and by Baby Gap,

The Trap Door (1994-2001) Edit

1994-1997: "Funding for The Trap Door is provided by the annual financial support from Viewers Like You!"

1997-1999: "Funding for The Trap Door is provided by... [Music playing] Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction. And by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You!

1999-2001: "Funding for The Trap Door was made possible by... KBkids.com, the new online toy store is proud to support public television, because learning and playing go hand in hand. KBkids.com. [Male Announcer] And by DirectTV. Proud to support children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at? [Female Announcer] And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You! Thank You!"

The Legend Of Tarzan (2001-2003) Edit

2001-2002: "Funding for The Legend of Tarzan was made possible by... [Woman Announcer] Kids Programming is proud supports Tarzan, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. [Male Announcer] And by DirectTV. Proud to support children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at? [Female Announcer] And by Payless Shoe Source, a proud supporter to PBS Kids, where they go out and have fun. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You! Thank You!

2002-2003: "Tarzan is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life. The Legend of Tarzan was made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.

The Little Mermaid TV Series (2000-2001) Edit

2000-2001: "Funding for The Little Mermaid was made possible by... [Woman Announcer] Kids Programming is proud supports The Little Mermaid, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. [Male Announcer] And by DirectTV. Proud to support children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at? [Female Announcer] And by Payless Shoe Source, a proud supporter to PBS Kids, where they go out and have fun. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You! Thank You!

The Daffy Duck Show (2001-2004) Edit

2001-2002: "The Daffy Duck Show is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life. The Daffy Duck Show was made possible by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.

2002-2004: "Funding for The Daffy Duck Show is provided by... The Daffy Duck Show is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life. And by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You."

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000-2003) Edit

2000-2001: [Male Announcer] "Funding for Buzz Lightyear of Star Command was made possible by... [Woman Announcer] KBkids.com, New online toy store is proud to supports Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. Because learning and play go hand in hand, KBkids.com. [Female Announcer] And by Payless Shoe Source, with new Smart Fit technology providing the cushioning arch-support and room to grow, We believe every child deserves. [Male Announcer] And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You! Thank You!"

2002-2003: "Funding for Buzz Lightyear of Star Command was made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You! Thank You!"

Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin (1997) (PBS Kids Version 1998) Edit

"Corporate funding for Pooh's Grand Adventure is provided by. . . [Music Playing] Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual financial support of Viewers Like You."

The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea (2000) (PBS Kids Version 2000) Edit

"Funding for The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea is provided by [Woman Announcer] Kids Programming is proud supports The Little Mermaid, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. [Male Announcer] And by DirectTV. Proud to support children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So. what are you looking at? [Female Announcer] And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Dinosaur (2000) (PBS Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Dinosaur was provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! The National Endowment for the Humanities... for 30 years expanding our outstanding of the world. . . and by, the National Science Foundation. America's Investment in the Future. . . Ford Motor Company. . . because we've made all our S U V's and that series pickups low emission vehicles. . . smog forming pollutants are being reduced by more than four thousand tons every year. . . Ford Motor Company. . . dedicated is a protecting environment. . ."

Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur (1980) (PBS Version 1980) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The Ford Foundation, This station and other Public Television Stations."

Doraemon: The Records of Nobita, Spaceblazer (1981) (PBS Version 1981) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: The Records of Nobita, Spaceblazer was made possible by this station and other Public Television Stations nationwide, which depend for viewer supports. . . and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. . . Series funding for Doraemon is made possible by the Ford Foundation and the Mobil Corporation, Companies"

Doraemon: Nobita and the Haunts of Evil (1982) (PBS Version 1982) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Haunts of Evil is provided by AT&T, Funding is also provided by this station and other Public Television Stations. . . and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Castle of the Undersea Devil (1983) (PBS Version 1983) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Castle of the Undersea Devil is provided by AT&T, Funding is also provided by this station and other Public Television Stations. . . and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting."

Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld (1984) (PBS Version 1984) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. . . with Additional funding from this station and other Public Television Stations. . . The Ford Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities."

Doraemon: Nobita's Little Star Wars (1985) (PBS Version 1985) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's Little Star Wars is made possible in part by grants from: The National Science Foundation. from the U.S. Department of Education. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Corporate funding is provided by IBM."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops (1986) (PBS Version 1986) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops was made possible by the Nation's Public Television Stations. . . the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. . . the National Endowment for the Arts. . . and by the Chubb Group."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Knights on Dinosaurs (1987) (PBS Version 1987) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Knights on Dinosaurs was made possible by grants from: the National Science Foundation. form the U.S. Department of Education. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

Doraemon: The Record of Nobita's Parallel Visit to the West (1988) (PBS Version 1988) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: The Record of Nobita's Parallel Visit to the West is made possible by Martin Marietta. . . and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. . . this station and other Public Television Stations."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Birth of Japan (1989) (PBS Version 1989) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Birth of Japan is provided by General Motors, the National Endowment for the Humanities. which supports scholarship research education and public programs. . . The Pew Charitable Trusts. . . The Arthur vining Davis Foundations. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by financial; support of Viewers Like You. The John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Animal Planet (1990) (PBS Version 1990) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Animal Planet is made possible in part by grants from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. . . the National Science Foundation. . . the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. . . with financial support of Viewers Like You. . . And by grant from Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading."

Doraemon: Nobita's Dorabian Nights (1991) (PBS Version 1991) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita Dorabian Nights is made possible in part by grants from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. . . the National Science Foundation. . . the Corporation For Public Broadcasting. . . with financial support of Viewers Like You. . . And by grant from Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds (1992) (PBS Version 1992) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds is provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by financial support of Viewers Like You."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth (1993) (PBS Version 1993) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth is funded in part by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers. baby wipes & training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the financial support from Viewers Like You."

Doraemon: Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen (1994) (PBS Version 1994) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen is funded in part by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes & training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the financial support from Viewers Like You."

Doraemon: Nobita's Diary of the Creation of the World (!995) (PBS Version 1995) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's Diary of the Creation of the World is made possible in part by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting & financial support of Viewers Like You."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Galaxy Super Express (1996) (PBS Version 1996) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Galaxy Super Express is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support of Viewers Like You and by Mead Johnson, maker of Next Step Toddler formula, helping toddlers grow up healthy. Chuck E. Cheese's WHERE... A... KID... CAN... BE... A... KID..."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Spiral City (1997) (PBS Version 1997) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Spiral City is provided by... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. . . the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television... and by. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. And by Baby Gap. And by Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice for 100% Juice for 100& Kids."

Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure in the South Seas (1998) (PBS Version 1998) Edit

"Major Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure in the South Seas is provided by the National Science Foundation. America's Investment in the Future... corporate sponsorship is provided by, IBM, IBM is a resgistered trademark of IBM Corporation, Becton Dickson Foundation and Company, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You."

Doraemon: Nobita Drifts in the Universe (1999) (PBS Version 1999) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita Drifts in the Universe is provided in part by Eastman Kodak Company. additional support for this series was provided by the George Gund Foundation. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita and the Legend of the Sun King (2000) (PBS Version 2000) Edit

"Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Legend of the Sun King is provided by the Park Foundation. dedicated to education. and quality television. and by the National Endowment for the Humanities. the National Endowment for the Arts. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Rosalind P. Walter. Additional funding is made possible by. and contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Tarzan (1999) (PBS Version 2001) Edit

"Corporate funding for Tarzan was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... Additional funding was provided by. the Civil Liberties, Public Education Fund, created by congress, is sponsored research in the world tom in concentration id jeopardy's in Americans, a complete list of funders is available from PBS."

The Little Mermaid (1989) (PBS Versions 1989, 1997, 2006, 2013) Edit

1990:"Funding for the Little Mermaid is provided by AT&T, And by PepsiCo, Johnson & Johnson, and Lockheed, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the financial support from Viewers Like You."

1997: "Funding for the Little Mermaid was provided by... [Music Playing] Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction, And by Libby's Juicy Juice (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice for 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual fianacial support of PBS Viewers Like You."

2006: "The Little Mermaid was made possible by, [Child Narration] PBS Kids is made possible by a grant from Stonyfield Farm YoBaby for babies and toddlers, Who reminds you the best things in life are that they can make their curiosity a natural! This Special Edition of The Little Mermaid is made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

2013: "Funding for The Little Mermaid was provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of the role of technology, The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit, And by the National Endowment for the Arts, Because of Great Nation Deserves Great Art. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

The Lion King (1994) (PBS Version 1995) Edit

"Funding for The Lion King is supported by IBM. Sears. Southern California Edison. The Lion King is made possible by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You."

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977) (PBS Kids Version 1996) Edit

1996: "Funding for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is made possible by a major grant form the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You. the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice for 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap"

The Jungle Book (1967) (PBS Version 1997) Edit

"Funding for The Jungle Book is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. And by Polaroid. exactly what develops when you use a camera. a smile. self esteem. (Laugh) oh yeah. a picture. Polaroid. And by. Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap."

Snoopy, Come Home (1972) (PBS Kids Version 1999) Edit

"Funding for Snoopy, Come Home is provided by, United States Department of Education and by contirbutions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You! this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juice Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. for 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap. And By... Post Alpha Bits, 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Snoopy, Come Home on PBS."

Toy Story (1995) (PBS Version 2000) Edit

"Major Funding for Toy Story is provided by... Post Alpha Bits. 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Toy Story on PBS. And by. Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. for 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap. And by the U.s. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Space Jam (1996) (PBS Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Space Jam is provided by. Post Alpha Bits 26 little letters that make the words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you Looney Tunes on PBS. Because learning is a fun part of growing up the folks at lego are proud to bring you Looney Tunes. Juicy Juice. We're behind Looney Tunes 100%. of course, that's how we do everything Juicy Juice 100% Juice. And by the U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Looney Tunes Back in Action (2003) (PBS Version 2004) Edit

"Funding for Looney Tunes Back in Action is provided by... Post Alpha Bits Cereal, 26 little letters that spell the names, and telling the world who we are and helping us make the friends and making the world a nicer place to be. Post Alpha Bits is proud to spell your name and bring you Looney Tunes on PBS. And by contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Tigger Movie (2000) (PBS Version 2000) Edit

"Funding for The Tigger Movie is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And by... Lego a proud sponsor of Winnie the Pooh this is your holiday season you could ever imagine. This program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. for 100% Juice for 100% Kids. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Piglet's BIG Movie (2003) (PBS Version 2004) Edit

"Funding for Piglet's BIG Movie is provided by. Chuck E. Cheese's proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun enjoy of learning. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be a Kid. And by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005) (PBS Version 2005) Edit

"Funding for Pooh's Heffalump Movie is provided by... Chuck E' Cheese's proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun enjoy of learning. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be a Kid. Rhodes 60 Second Cinnamon Rolls. how many seconds are in a minute? 60. it only takes a minute, to wake up your minds, by learning something new on PBS Kids. Sponsored by Rhodes 60 Seconds Cinnamon Rolls. And by a Ready to Learn Television Coorperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education, Through the Public Broadcasting Service."

A Bug's Life (1998) (PBS Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for A Bug's Life is made possible by, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... International Lease Finance Corporation... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Toy Story 2 (1999) (PBS Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Toy Story 2 is provided by... Post Alpha Bits 26 little letters that make the words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you Toy Story on PBS. Because learning is a fun part of growing up the folks at lego are proud to bring you Toy Story. Juicy Juice. We're Behind Toy Story 100%. of course, That's how we do everything Juicy Juice 100% Juice. And by the U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Monsters, Inc. (2001) (PBS Version 2002) Edit

"Funding for Monsters, Inc. is made possible by. a Ready to Learn Grant from the United States Department of Education. Through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the Park Foundation. dedicated to education and quality television... Major support of Monsters, Inc. is also provided by. the Carnegie Corporation of New York. the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. the Charles H. Revson Foundation. and the Institute for Civil Society... Cheerios... eToys... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Winnie the Pooh (2011) (PBS Version 2011) Edit

"Funding for Winnie the Pooh is provided by. Liberty Mutual... Major funding for Winnie the Pooh is made possible by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... Winnie the Pooh is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Kiki's Delivery Service (1989) (PBS Version 1998) Edit

"Funding for Kiki's Delivery Service is made possible in part by, Chuck E. Cheese's family entertainment centers, Chuck E. Cheese's thinks learning is fun. Chuck E. Cheese's where a kid can be a kid. Chef Jr. from the makers of Chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS. Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, reminding you that thinking and creating are more than good. they're great! With additional funding is provided by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You."

Castle in the Sky (1986) (PBS Version 1996) Edit

"Funding for Castle of the Sky is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by. the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, [Male Announcer] This program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, for 100% juice for 100% Kids. and by Baby Gap, Sears, support for Castle in the Sky is just one of the many sides at Sears. Edison International, proudly sponsor of Castle of the Sky. By using our creative energys and working together, we can all make the world a little brighter. Edison International, and the Edison International family of companies. Castle in the Sky is supported by the IBM,"

My Neighbor Totoro (1988) (PBS Version 1997) Edit

"Major Funding for My Neighbor Totoro is made possible in part by a major grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. Chuck E. Cheese's Where. A. Kid. Can. Be. a. Kid! (Hums) mm-mmm! (Yeah) (Slurping) (Gulp) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr. Dinosaur Pasta supports of PBS Kids TV. Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, reminding you that thinking and creating are more than good. They're great!"

Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (1988) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Daffy Duck's Quackbusters is made possible by Barnes and Noble at barnesandnoble.com, for minds at play. And by the National Science Foundation, which supports programs that enable children to succeed in science, mathematics, and technology... and the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies (1972) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies is provided by, the National Science Foundation. America's investment in the Future. And by Siemens. the American Society of Civil Engineers. the National Endowment for the Humanities, expanding our understanding of the world. the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island (1983) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island is funded by a Ready to Learn grant. from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Bugs Bunny Road Runner Movie (1979) (PBS Kids Version 2002) Edit

"Funding for Bugs Bunny Road Runner Movie is funded by Ready to Learn Television Cooperate Agreement, from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie (1981) (PBS Kids Version 2002) Edit

"Funding for The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie is funded by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperate Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service. and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Swan Princess (1994) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Major Funding for The Swan Princess is provided by, the National Science Foundation. Where Discoveries Begin, Additional funding is provided by A Ready to Learn Grant, from the U.S. Department of Education, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Playbox (1987-1992) (PBS Versions 1987-1992) Edit

1987-1988: "Funding for Playbox is made possible by grant from Kellogg's who urges you to explore the joy of reading. funding for the series is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. this station and other Public Television Stations. the Carnegie Corporation of New York. from the U.S. Department of Education. and the National Science Foundation,"

1989-1990: "Funding for Playbox is made possible by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support from Viewers Like You. the Carnegie Corporation of New York. and the U.S. Department of Education. and the National Science Foundation, And by AT&T. and PepsiCo."

1991-1992: Funding for Playbox is made possible by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support from Viewers Like You. and by. AT&T, and PepsiCo, Additional funding is provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. and the National Science Foundation,"

Garfield and Friends (1988-1994) (PBS Versions 2000-2003) Edit

2000-2001: "Funding for Garfield and friends is made possible by, Barnes and Noble at barnesandnoble.com, for minds at play. And by The National Science Foundation, which supports programs that enable children to succeed in science, mathematics, and technology. and the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

2002-2003: "Funding for Garfield and Friends is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. the foundation also supports the sloan technology series, a collection of books chronicly in the major technologies of the 20th century. Liberty Mutual, Scotts Company. Garfield and Friends is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird (1985) (PBS Version 1989) Edit

"Funding for Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations. the Carnegie Corporation of New York. and the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation,"

The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (1999) (PBS Version 1999) Edit

"Funding for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland is provided by, Chuck E. Cheese's family entertainment centers, Chuck E. Cheese's thinks learning is fun. Chuck E. Cheese's where a kid can be a kid. Chef Jr. from the makers of Chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS, Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, reminding you that thinking and creating are more than good. They're Great! With additional funding from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the U.S. Department of Education through a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You. the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by the National Science Foundation, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations,"

The Dark Crystal (1982) (PBS Version 1997) Edit

"Funding for The Dark Crystal is provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities, National sponsorship is provided by Bankers Trust, the Fannie Mae Foundation, and McDonald's. Additional funding is provided by the Ford Foundation, the John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, Stratford Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You."

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966) (PBS Versions 1986-1998) Edit

1986: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and the National Science Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Ford Foundation,"

1990: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree is made possible by, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You. and by grant from Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading,"

1993: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree is funded in part by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You,

1998: "Funding for Winnie the pooh and the Honey Tree is provided by, {Music Playing} Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction, And by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You,"

Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968) (PBS Versions 1986-1998) Edit

1986: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and the National Science Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Ford Foundation,"

1990: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day is made possible by, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You, and by grant from Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading,"

1993: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day is funded in part by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You,"

1998: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day is provided by, {Music Playing} Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction, And by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You,"

Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974) (PBS Versions 1986-1998) Edit

1986: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and the National Science Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Ford Foundation,"

1990: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too is made possible by, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You, and by grant from Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading,"

1993: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too is funded in part by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You,"

1998: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too is provided by, {Music Playing} Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction, And by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You,"

Winnie the Pooh a Day for Eeyore (1983) (PBS Versions 1986-1998) Edit

1986: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh a Day for Eeyore is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and the National Science Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Ford Foundation,"

1990: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh a Day for Eeyore is made possible by, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You, and by grant form Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading,"

1993: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh a Day for Eeyore is funded in part by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You,"

1998: "Funding for Winnie the Pooh a Day for Eeyore is provided by, {Music Playing} Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction, And by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You,"

Winnie the Pooh Playtime: Happy Pooh Day (1996) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Winnie the Pooh Playtime: Happy Pooh Day was made possible by, KBkids.com, the new online toy store is proud to support public television, because learning and playing go hand in hand, {Male Announcer} And by DirectTV. Proud to support children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks, so, what are you looking at? {Female Announcer} And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

The Best of Roger Rabbit (1996) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"The Best of Roger Rabbit is funded by a Ready to Learn Grant, from the U.S. Department of Education through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

The Muppet Movie (1979) (PBS Version 1993) Edit

"Funding for The Muppet Movie was provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for the Humanities, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the National Science Foundation, and by the Carnegie Corporation of New York,"

The Great Muppet Caper (1981) (PBS Version 1993) Edit

"Funding for the Great Muppet Caper was provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You, and by grant from National Science Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations The Carnegie Corporation of New York,"

The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You, Thank You! Juicy Juice, We're Behind Super Marion Bros 100% of course, That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits Cereal 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Super Mario Bros on PBS."

Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (1993-1996) (PBS Kids Versions 2001-2002) Edit

2001: "Funding for Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog is provided by United States Department of Education and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You, Thank You! and by Post Alpha Bits Cereal 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud yo bring you Sonic on PBS, Juicy Juice, We're Behind Sonic 100% of course, That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice, Because learning is a fun part of growing up the folks at Lego are proud to bring you Sonic,"

2002: "Funding for Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog is provided by Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service. Chuck E Cheese's Proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of reading. PBS Kids. Where a kid can be a kid, And by Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Ducktales (1987-1990) (PBS Kids Versions (2000-2001) Edit

"Funding for Ducktales is provided by, The National Science Foundation where discoveries begin, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You! Juicy Juice. We're Behind Ducktales 100% of course, That's how we do everything, Juicy Juice. 100% Juice, Major support is also provided by, Carnegie Corporation of New York, U.S. Department of Education, the Park Foundation dedicated to education and quality television. the Charles H. Revson Foundation, and the Institute for Civil Society,"

The Dark Crystal (1982) (PBS Version 1994) Edit

"Funding for The Dark Crystal is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You, And by grants from National Science Foundation. The Pew Charitable Trusts. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. the National Endowment for the Humanities. the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

Muppet Babies (1984-1991) (PBS Kids Versions 1993-1999) Edit

1993-1994: "Funding for Muppet Babies is provided by grant from Kellogg's who urges you to explore the joys of reading, Funding for series is also provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, and the financial support of Viewers Like You,"

1995-1996: "Funding for Muppet Babies is made possible in part by, Kimberly-Clark makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pants, Proud to support the development of happy babies, Chuck E. Cheese's, where a kid can be a kid. T-U-V-W-X (Dog Sneezes) Learning your ABC's takes practice. A-B-C Chef Jr. Makers of ABC's and 123's pasta with Additional funding from Mead Johnson, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You."

1997-1998: "Funding for Muppet Babies is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You, and by. Chuck E. Cheese's. where a kid can be a kid. Chef Jr. Dinosaur pasta supports of PBS Kids TV. Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, reminding you that learning and growing are more than good. They're Great!"

1998-1999: "Funding for Muppet Babies is made possible in part by, Chuck E. Cheese's. family entertainment centers Chuck E. Cheese's. thinks learning is fun. Chef Jr. from the makers of Chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS. Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, reminding you that thinking and creating are more than good. They're Great"

Winnie the Pooh Learning: Making Friends (1994) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Winnie the Pooh Learning: Making Friends was made possible by, KBkids.com, the new online toy store is proud to support public television, because learning and playing go hand in hand. KBkids.com, And by DirectTV. Proud to support children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks So, what are you looking at? And by contributions to Your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

Winnie the Pooh Learning: Sharing and Caring (1994) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Winnie the Pooh Learning: Sharing and Caring was made possible by, KBkids.com, the new online toy store is proud to support public television, because learning and playing go hand in hand. KBkids.com, And by DirectTV. Proud to support children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriendted movies, music, and cable networks So, what are you looking at? And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

Gargoyles the Movie: The Heroes Awaken (1995) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Major Funding for Gargoyles the Movie: The Heroes Awaken is made possible by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You! Additional funding is provided by, the Ford Foundation. The U.S. Department of Education. the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. the foundation also supports the Sloan technology series, a collection of books chronicly in the major technologies of the 20th century."

The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (1998) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for The Lion King II: Simba's Pride is made possible in part by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! Additional funding was provided by the Civil Liberties, Public Education Fund. created by congress. is sponsored research in the world tom in concentration is jeopardy's in Americans. a complete list of funders is available from PBS."

The Amazing Adventures of Morph (1980-1981) (PBS Versions 1980-1981) Edit

"Funding for The Amazing Adventures of Morph was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, The Ford Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. and the National Science Foundation."

Playdays (1988-1997) (PBS Versions 1988-1997) Edit

1988-1989: "Funding for Playdays was made possible by the Nation's Public Television Stations. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. the National Endowment for the Arts. And by General Motors. Major funding is also provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. which supports scholarship research education and public programs. The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. a catalyst for change."

1990-1991: "Funding for Playdays is made possible by grant the Carnegie Corporation of New York. the National Science Foundation. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. with financial support of Viewers Like You. and by grant from Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading. and The John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. a catalyst for change. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations."

1992-1993: "Funding for Playdays is made possible in part by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Financial support of Viewers Like You. and by the National Science Foundation. The Carnegie Corporation of New York. And By The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. The Pew Charitable Trusts. The National Endowment for the Humanities."

1994-1995: "Funding for Playdays is funded in part by Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes & training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the corporation for Public Broadcasting and the financial support of Viewers Like You."

1995-1996: "Funding for Playdays is made possible in part by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support from Viewers Like You. and by Mead Johnson, maker of Next Step Toddler formula, helping toddlers grow up healthy. Chuck E Cheese's. Where... a... kid... can... be... a... kid..."

1996-1997: "Funding for Playdays is made possible in part by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You. and by. Chuck E Cheese's where... a... kid... can... be... a... kid... Yeah! (Hums) Yeah! (Slurps) (Gulps) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr. Dinosaur Pasta supports of PBS Kids TV. Kimberly-Clark makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes & training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies."

The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Scared Silly (1998) (PBS Kids Version 2000) Edit

"The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Scared Silly is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of Grimace Island (1999) (PBS Kids Version 2000) Edit

"Major Funding for the Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of Grimace Island is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Visitors from Outer Space (1999) (PBS Kids Version 2000) Edit

"Funding for The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Visitors from Outer Space is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Birthday World (2000) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Birthday World is provided by. Ready to Learn Grant from U.S. Department of Education through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Have Time Will Travel (2001) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for the Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Have Time Will Travel is provided by. Ready to Learn Grant from U.S. Department of Education through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Monster O' McDonaldland Loch (2002) (PBS Kids Version 2002) Edit

"Funding for the Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Monster O' McDonaldland Loch is provided by. Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from U.s> Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Johnson and Friends (1990-1995) (PBS Versions 1990-1995) Edit

1990: "Cooperate funding for Johnson and Friends was made possible in part by grant from General Motors. Major funding is also provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. which supports scholarship research education and public programs. The Pew Charitable Trusts. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation a Catalyst for Change. and by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. the financial support of Viewers Like You."

1991: "Funding for Johnson and Friends is provided in part by grant from The Carnegie Corporation of New York. The National Science Foundation. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by financial support of Viewers Like You. and by The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. a catalyst for change. And by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations."

1994: "Funding for Johnson and Friends is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You. and by grant from The National Science Foundation. The Pew Charitable Trusts. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and by The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. a catalyst for change."

1995: "Funding for Johnson and Friends is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program was made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids!."

The Morph Files (1996) (PBS Kids Version 1996) Edit

"Funding for the Morph Files is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program was made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice 100% Juice for 100% Kids!."

The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper (1996-1998) (PBS Kids Versions 2000-2003) Edit

2000: "Funding for the Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper was made possible by. KBkids.com, the new online toy store is proud to support public television, because learning and playing go hand in hand. KBkids.com. And by Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids!. And by DirectTV. Proud to support children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at? And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. this program was made possible by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

2001: "Funding for Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper was made possible by. Juicy Juice. We're Behind Casper 100% of course, That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Kids Programming is proud supports Casper, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Casper on PBS. And by DirectTV. Proud to supports children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, Including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at? And by Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement, from U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service, And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this program was made possible by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

2002-2003: "The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life. Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Captain N: The Game Master (1989-1991) (PBS Kids Versions 1999-2001) Edit

1999: "Funding for Captain N: The Game Master is provided by United States Department of Education through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! This program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids! And by Baby Gap. And by. Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Captain N on PBS. KBkids.com, the new online toy store is proud to support public television, because learning and playing go hand in hand. KBkids.com. And by DirectTV. Proud to supports children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, Including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at?"

2000: "Funding for Captain N: The Game Master is provided by. the U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! Juicy Juice. We're Behind Captain N 100% of course, that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Kids Programming is proud supports Captain N, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. Post Alpha Bits, 26 little letters that make the words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you Captain N on PBS. And by DirectTV. Proud to supports children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, Including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at?"

2001: "Funding for Captain N: The Game Master is provided by. Ready to Learn grant. from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Captain N is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life. Post Alpha Bits 26 little letters that make the words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you Captain N on PBS. And by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Extreme Dinosaurs (1997) (PBS Kids Versions 2001=2002) Edit

2001-2002: "Funding for Extreme Dinosaurs is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. proud to help kick-start your child's growth and development for life. Extreme Dinosaurs is made possible by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Pocket Dragon Adventures (1996-1997) (PBS Kids Versions 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for Pocket Dragon Adventures is funded by. Kids Programming is proud supports Pocket Dragon Adventures, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. And by DirectTV. proud to supports children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, Including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at? And by Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Cats Don't Dance (1997) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for Cats Don't Dance is provided by, the U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station form Viewers Like You. Thank You! And by, Kids Programming is Proud supports Cats Don't Dance, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. And by DirectTV. proud to supports children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, Including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at?"

Earthworm Jim (1995-1996) (PBS Kids Versions 2001-2002) Edit

2001-2002: "Funding for Earthworm Jim is provided by. Juicy Juice. We're Behind Earthworm Jim 100%. of course, That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits, 26 little letters that make the words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you Earthworm Jim on PBS. And by. the U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Explorers (1985) (PBS Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Major Funding for Explorers is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! and by grant from National Science Foundation Where Discoveries Begin. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. The Ford Foundation. The Carnegie Corporation of New York."

The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure (1994) (PBS Kids Version 1996) Edit

1996: "Funding for The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure is made possible in part by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids!"

The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving (1995) (PBS Kids Version 1997) Edit

1997: "Funding for The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids. and by Polaroid, exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera. a smile. self esteem. (Laughs) oh yeah, a picture. Polaroid."

The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists (1996) (PBS Kids Version 1997) Edit

1997: "Funding for The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and by Polaroid, exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera. a smile. self esteem. (Laughs) Oh yeah. a picture. Polaroid. And by. Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids! and by Baby Gap."

The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island (1997) (PBS Kids Version 1998) Edit

1998: "Funding for The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids! and by Baby Gap. and by Polaroid, exactly what develops when you use a Polaroid camera. a smile. self esteem. (Laughs) oh yeah. a picture. Polaroid."

The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock (1998) (PBS Kids Version 1998) Edit

1998: "Funding for The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You. this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids! And By Baby Gap. Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction."

The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire (2000) (PBS Kids Version 2000) Edit

2000: "Funding for The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire is provided by U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station form Viewers Like You. Thank You! this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids. Baby Gap (without announcer). Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you The Land Before Time on PBS. KBkids.com, the new online toy store is proud to support public television, Because learning and playing go hand in hand. KBkids.com."

The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze (2001) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze was made possible by. Kids Programming is proud supports The Land Before Time, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. Juicy Juice. We're Behind The Land Before Time 100% of course. That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits 26 little letters that make the words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you The Land Before Time on PBS. and by U.S> Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water (2002) (PBS Kids Version 2002) Edit

2002: "Funding for The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water is provided by. Ready to Learn grant from U.S. Department of Education through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The Land Before Time is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to kick start your child's growth and development for life. Chuck E' Cheese's. proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids. Where a kid can be a kid. Juicy Juice. we're Behind The Land Before Time 100% of course. that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration (2003) (PBS Kids Version 2003) Edit

2003: "Funding for The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration is provided by. the National Science Foundation Where Discoveries Begin. The Arthur vining Davis Foundations. a child's imagination is a wonderful thing, Teddy Graham Snacks is proud to support PBS. Chuck e' Cheese's. proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids, Where a kid can be a kid. Juicy Juice. where behind The Land Before Time 100% of course. that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. And by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Land Before Time XI: Invasion of the Tinysauruses (2005) (PBS Kids Version 2005) Edit

2005: "Funding for The Land Before Time XI: Invasion of the Tinysauruses is provided by. Ready to Learn. No Child's Left Behind grant. form the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Sonic the Hedgehog (1993-1994) (PBS Kids Versions 2001-2002) Edit

2001: "Funding for Sonic the Hedgehog is made possible in part by. Ready to Learn grant. from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS Station form Viewers Like You. Thank You! And by. Kids Programming is proud supports Sonic the Hedgehog, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. And by DirectTV. proud to supports children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, Including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at?"

2002: "Sonic the Hedgehog is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to kick start your child's growth and development for life. Sonic the Hedgehog is provided by Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement form the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Wild West Cowboys of Moo Mesa (1992-1993) (PBS Kids Version 2001-2002) Edit

2001: "Funding for Wild West Cowboys of Moo Mesa is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! and by. Wild West Cowboys of Moo Mesa is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. proud to kick starter your child's growth and development for life. Kids Programming is proud supports Wild West Cowboys of Moo Mesa, is funded in part by on KBkids.com."

2002: "Funding for Wild West Cowboys of Moo Mesa is provided by. U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! And By. Chuck E' Cheese's proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids. Where A Kid Can Be a Kid. Wild West Cowboys of Moo Mesa is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to kick starter your child's growth and development for life."

Inspector Gadget (1983-1986) (PBS Kids Versions 2001-2004) Edit

2001: "Funding for Inspector Gadget is provided by. The U.S. Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! And By. Kids Programming is proud supports Inspector Gadget, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. And by DirectTV. proud to supports children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, Including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at? Juicy Juice, We're Behind Inspector Gadget 100% of course. That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits cereal. 26 little letters that make up million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Inspector Gadget on PBS."

2002: "Major Funding for Inspector Gadget is provided by. Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. And Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! and by. Chuck E' Cheese's proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids. Where A Kid Can Be a Kid. Juicy Juice. We're Behind Inspector Gadget 100% of course. That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. Inspector Gadget is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to kick starter your child's growth and development for life. Post Alpha Bits 26 little letters that make the words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you Inspector Gadget on PBS."

2003-2004: "Funding for Inspector Gadget is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! the Carnegie Corporation of New York. the Park Foundation. dedicated to education and quality television. the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and the Institute for Civil Society. and by Post Alpha Bits Cereal, 26 little letters that spell the names. and telling the world who we are and helping us make the friends and making the world a nicer place to be. Post Alpha Bits is proud to spell your name and bring you Inspector Gadget on PBS. Inspector Gadget is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to kick starter your child's growth and development for life. Chuck E' Cheese's Proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids. Where A Kid Can Be A Kid."

The Care Bears Movie (1985) (PBS Kids Version 2000) Edit

2000: "Funding for The Care Bears Movie is provided by. The U.S. Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. Baby Gap (Without announcer). Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all start with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you The Care Bears Movie on PBS."

Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation (1986) (PBS Kids Version 2000) Edit

2000: "Funding for Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation is provided by. U.S. Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! Post alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all start with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation on PBS. this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids!. Baby Gap (without announcer)."

The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland (1987) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland is provided by. Ready to Learn grant. from the U.S. Department of Education through he Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Kids Programming is proud supports Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland, is funded in part by on KBkids.com. And by DirectTV proud to supports children's programming on PBS. DirectTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment, Including family oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So, what are you looking at? and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Madeline: Lost in Paris (1999) (PBS Kids Version 2000) Edit

2000: "Funding for Madeline: Lost in Paris is provided by. United States Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! Additional support was provided by. the Carnegie Corporation of New York. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. Charles H. Revson Foundation. and the Institute for Civil Society. the National Science Foundation. America's Investment in the Future. this program is made possible in part by grant form Libby's Juicy Juice (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap. Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all start with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Madeline on PBS."

Timon and Pumbaa (1995-1999) (PBS Kids Version 2001-2005) Edit

2001: "Funding for Timon and Pumbaa is made possible by in grant from U.S. Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up a million word that tell billions of stories and it all start with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Timon and Pumbaa on PBS. Juicy Juice. We're Behind Timon and Pumbaa 100% of course! That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice 100% Juice. Timon and Pumbaa is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to kick starter your child's growth and development for life."

2002: "Funding for Timon and Pumbaa is provided by. United States Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station form Viewers Like You. Thank You! Post Alpha Bits 26 little letters that make the words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you Timon and Pumbaa on PBS. Come, come see this! Okay. A few moments can sum up to all that imagination of your child quite like. I made that. Lego proudly supports imagination, creativity, Timon and Pumbaa."

2003: "Funding for Timon and Pumbaa is provided by. Ready to Learn Television Cooperate Agreement. form the U.S. Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! and by National Science Foundation. America's Investment in the Future. and The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. Juicy Juice. We're Behind Timon and Pumbaa 100% of course. That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits cereal. 26 little letters that spell that names. and telling the world who we are and helping us make the friends and making the world a nicer place to be. Post Alpha Bits is proud to spell your name and bring you Timon and Pumbaa on PBS. Chuck E' Cheese's. Proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning, PBS Kids. Where a Kid Can Be a Kid."

2004: "Major Funding for Timon and Pumbaa is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! and by Post Alpha Bits cereal. 26 little letters that spell that names. and telling the world who we are and helping us make the friends and making the world a nicer place to be. Post Alpha Bits is proud to spell your name and bring you Timon and Pumbaa on PBS. Chuck E' Cheese's. proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning, PBS Kids. Where a Kid Can Be a Kid."

2005: "Funding for Timon and Pumbaa is provided by. Ready to Learn No Child's Left Behind grant from the U.S. Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! Rhodes 60 Seconds Cinnamon Rolls. how many seconds are in a minute? 60. it only takes a minute, to wake up your minds. by learning something new on PBS Kids. Sponsored by Rhodes 60 Seconds Cinnamon Rolls. Chuck E' Cheese's Proud supporter of PBS Kids. Helping children discover the fun of developing their bodies. and their minds. PBS Kids, Where A Kid Can Be a Kid."

Pingu (1986-2000) (PBS Versions 1986-2000) Edit

1986-1987: "Funding for Pingu is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. this station and other Public Television Stations. The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation a catalyst for change. The National Science Foundation. The Carnegie Corporation of New York. The Sears Roebuck Foundation."

1988-1989: "Funding for Pingu is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. this station and other Public Television Stations. The Carnegie Corporation of New York. and by National Science Foundation. and The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation a catalyst for change. and by AT&T"

1990: "Funding for Pingu is made possible in part by grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. the National Science Foundation. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and financial support of Viewers Like You. and by grant from Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading And by PepsiCo."

1991-1992: "Funding for Pingu is made possible in part by grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. the National Science Foundation. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and financial support of Viewers Like You. and by a grant from Kellogg's who ugres you to explorer the joys of reading And by PepsiCo."

1993: "Funding for Pingu is provided by American Express. celebrating the world of creativity through Pingu. the National Endowment for the Humanities. the National Endowment for the Arts. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You. and by grant from National Science Foundation. The Pew Charitable Trusts. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and by Maryland Humanities Council. The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation a catalyst for change. and by PepsiCo. and by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, Proud to support of development of happy babies."

1994-1995: "Funding for Pingu is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You. the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. And by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. a catalyst for change. The Pew Charitable Trusts. The National Science Foundation. and by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pantsm Proud to support of development of happy babies."

1996: "Funding for Pingu is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by financial support of Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. and by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice 100% Juice for 100% Kids. and by Mead Johnson. maker of Next Step Toddler formula, helping toddlers grow up healthy. (Baby Giggles) Chuck E' Cheese's Where. A Kid. Can Be. A Kid."

1998: "Funding for Pingu is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You. and by Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. (Hums) Yeah! (Slurps) (Gulps) (Foghorn Blows) Chef Jr. Dinosaur Pasta supports of PBS Kids TV. And by Baby Gap."

1999: "Funding for Pingu is provided by. The United States Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! this program is made possible in part by grant form Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap. And by Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all start with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Pingu on PBS."

2000: "Funding for Pingu is provided by. The U.S. Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station form Viewers Like You. Thank You! Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up million words that tell billions of stories and it all start with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Pingu on PBS. this program is made possible in part by grant form Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. Baby Gap (without announcer)."

Pingu at the Wedding Party (1997) (PBS Kids Version 1998) Edit

1998: "Funding for Pingu at the Wedding Party is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. And by Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap."

Thomas and the Magic Railroad (2000) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

"Funding for Thomas and the Magic Railroad is made possible in part by grant from U.S. Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! and by Juicy Juice. We're Behind Thomas 100% of course that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. Because learning is a fun part of growing up the folks at Lego are proud to bring you Thomas. Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up million words that tell billions of stories and it all start with ABC, Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Thomas on PBS."

Hanna-Barbera's 50th A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration (1989) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for Hanna-Barbera's 50th A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration is made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You"

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for Who Framed Roger Rabbit is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! Juicy Juice. We're Behind Roger Rabbit 100% of course, That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits cereal, 26 little letters that make up million words that tell billions of stories and it all start with ABC, Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Roger Rabbit on PBS. Because learning is a fun part of growing up the folks at Lego are proud to bring you Roger Rabbit."

Street Sharks (1994-1997) (PBS Kids Version 2000-2003) Edit

2000-2001: "Funding for Street Sharks is funded in part by Ready to Learn. from the U.S. Department of Education through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Juicy Juice. We're Behind Street Sharks 100% of course, That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters that make up million words that tell billions of stories and it all start with ABC, Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Street Sharks on PBS. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

2002-2003: "Funding for Street Sharks is funded by Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement form the U.S. Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. Chuck E' Cheese's proud supporter of PBS Kids. helping children discover the fun of developing their bodies. and their minds. PBS Kids, Where a kid can be a Kid. Juicy Juice. We're Behind Street Sharks 100% of course, That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. and by Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories (1993) (PBS Kids Version 1995) Edit

1995: "Major Funding for The Very Hungry Caterpillar is provided by the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. And, Microsoft Home supports The Very Hungry Caterpillar and other programs that further learning, exploration, and discovery. Additional funding was provided by National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, U.S. Department of Energy, and Carnegie Corporation of New York. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And the annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

Noddy's Toyland Adventures (1992-1999) (PBS Versions 1992-1999) Edit

1992: "Funding for Noddy's Toyland Adventures was provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support from Viewers Like You. and by the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. And, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

1994: "Major Funding for Noddy's Toyland Adventures is provided by the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. And, Microsoft Home supports Noddy's Toyland Adventures and other programs that further learning, exploration, and discovery. Additional funding was provided by National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, U.S. Department of Energy, and Carnegie Corporation of New York. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And the annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

1999: "Funding for Noddy's Toyland Adventures is provided by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And Viewers Like You. And by Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap."

The Animals of Farthing Wood (1993-1995) (PBS Versions 1993-1995) Edit

1993: "Funding for The Animals of Farthing Wood was provided by The Pew Charitable Trusts. the National Science Foundation. The Carnegie Corporation of New York. And By the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. and by grant from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, and Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pants. Proud to support the development of happy babies."

1994: "Major Funding for The Animals of Farthing Wood is provided by the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. And, Microsoft Home supports The Animals of Farthing Wood and other programs that further learning, exploration, and discovery. Additional funding was provided by U.S. Department of Energy, and Carnegie Corporation of New York. And by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pants. Proud to support the development of happy babies. and by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And the annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

1995: "Funding for The Animals of Farthing Wood is provided by the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. And, Microsoft Home supports The Animals of Farthing Wood and other programs that further learning, exploration, and discovery. Additional funding was provided by National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, U.S. Department of Energy, and Carnegie Corporation of New York. And by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. And by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pants. Proud to support the development of happy babies."

Bugs Bunny's Easter Funnies (1977) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for Bugs Bunny's Easter Funnies is provided by. The United States Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Stations from Viewers Like You. Thank You! And by Post Alpha Bits, 26 little letters that make the words that make up share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you Looney Tunes on PBS. Juicy Juice. We're Behind Looney Tunes 100% of course. That's how we do everything. Juice Juice. 100% Juice. Because of little imagination goes a long way the folks at Lego are proud to bring you Looney Tunes."

The Crayon Box (1997-1998) (PBS Kids Versions 1997-1998) Edit

1997-1998: "Funding for The Crayon Box was made possible in part by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. Kellogg's Rice Krispies, celebrating the joy of kids growing through interaction. Additional funding was provided by. National Endowment for the Humanities, and by Libby's Juicy Juice (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids."

Perman (1967-1968) (1983-1985) (PBS Versions 1992-1997) Edit

1992: "Funding for Perman is provided by, Carnegie Corporation of New York, The National Science Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by financial support of Viewers Like You."

1993: "Funding for Perman is provided by, Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pants. Proud to support the development of happy babies. and the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and National Endowment for the Humanities. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

1994: "Funding for Perman is provided by, the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. And, Microsoft Home supports Perman and other programs that further learning, exploration, and discovery. Additional funding was provided by U.S. Department of Energy, and Carnegie Corporation of New York. and by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pants. Proud to support the development of happy babies. and by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

1995: "Funding for Perman is provided by, the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. And, Microsoft Home supports Perman and other programs that further learning, exploration, and discovery. Additional funding was provided by National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, U.S. Department of Energy, and Carnegie Corporation of New York. And by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, And the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. And by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pants. Proud to support the development of happy babies."

1996-1997: "Funding for Perman is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, And by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program was possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids,"

Funnybones (1992) (PBS Version 1993) Edit

1993: "Funding for Funnybones was provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You, and by grant from National Science Foundation. The Pew Charitable Trusts. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, and by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes & training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies,"

Pob's Programme (1985-1990) (PBS Versions 1985-1990) Edit

1985: "Funding for Pob's Programme was made possible by grants from: the National Science Foundation. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation. this station and other Public Television Stations. The Ford Foundation. and the National Endowment for the Arts. Mobil Corporation. and Exxon Corporation. the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

1986-1987: "Funding for Pob's Programme was made possible by grants from: the National Science Foundation. from U.S. Department of Education. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. the Carnegie Corporation of New York. and by National Endowment for the Arts. Mobil Corporation. and Exxon Corporation."

1988-1989: "Funding for Pob's Programme is made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. the National Science Foundation. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. this station and other Public Television Stations. And by grant from Kellogg's who urges you to explore the joys of reading."

1990: "Funding for Pob's Programme is made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. the National Science Foundation. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and financial support from Viewers Like You. and by grant from Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading."

The Little Polar Bear (1994) (PBS Version 1994) Edit

1994: "Funding for the Little Polar Bear was provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. and by grant from National Science Foundation. The Pew Charitable Trusts. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. The Little Polar Bear is made possible in part by a grant from Mobil Corporation. which invites you to join with them in supporting Public Television Station."

Foxy Fables (1987-1988) (PBS Versions 1987-1988) Edit

1987-1988: "Funding for Foxy Fables is made possible by grants from: The National Science Foundation. from the U.S. Department of Education. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. this station and other Public Television Stations. the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Carnegie Corporation of New York. And by Exxon Corporation. Mobil Corporation."

The Swan Princess: Escape from Castle Mountain (1997) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for The Swan Princess: Escape from Castle Mountain is provided by, Juicy Juice. We're Behind Swan Princess 100% of course, That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Lego, a proud sponsor of Swan Princess, wishes you the best holiday season you could ever imagine. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Labyrinth (1986) (PBS Version 1999) Edit

1999: "Funding for Labyrinth is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and Viewers Like You. And by Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap."

Rat (2000) (PBS Version 2000) Edit

2000: "Funding for Rat is provided by. The U.S. Department of Education and Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap. And by Post Alpha Bits cereal. 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Rat on PBS."

Jim Henson's Animal Show (1994-1997) (PBS Kids Versions 1994-1997) Edit

1994: "Funding for Animal Show is made possible in part by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes & training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, And by the National Science Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

1995-1996: "Major Funding for Animal Show is provided by, the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. And, Microsoft Home supports Animal Show and other programs that further learning, exploration, and discovery. Additional funding was provided by National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, U.S. Department of Energy, and Carnegie Corporation of New York, And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. And by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers. baby wipes & training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies."

1997: "Funding for Animal Show is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap. Chuck E' Cheese's. Where. A Kid. Can Be. A Kid."

Screen One (1989-1994) (PBS Versions 1989-1994) Edit

1989: "Funding for Screen One is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations. The Ford Foundation. The Carnegie Corporation of New York. and by the National Science Foundation,"

1990-1991: "Funding for Screen One is provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities, The National Endowment for the Arts. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support from Viewers Like You, and the National Science Foundation, the Ford Foundation,"

1992-1993: "Funding for Screen One is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. and the National Endowment for the Arts. an by AT&T."

1994: "Funding for Screen One is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Arts,"

Granpa (1989) (PBS Version 1989) Edit

1989: "Funding for Granpa is funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, the National Science Foundation, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. The Carnegie Corporation of New York,"

The Last Place on Earth (1985) (PBS Version 1985) Edit

1985: "Funding for The Last Place on Earth is provided by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The National Science Foundation, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, the Carnegie Corporation of New York,"

The Other Side of Paradise (1992) (PBS Version 1992) Edit

1992: "Funding for The Other Side of Paradise is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. and by grants from National Science Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trusts. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations."

Andy Pandy (1950-1970) (PBS Kids Versions 1996-1997) Edit

1996-1997: "Funding for Andy Pandy is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from PBS Viewers Like You. The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television. And by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids."

Bagpuss (1974) (PBS Versions 1993-1994) Edit

1993-1994: "Funding for Bagpuss is provided by, Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers. baby wipes & training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

Chimpui (1989-1991) (PBS Versions 1991-1992) Edit

1991-1992: "Funding for Chimpui is made possible in part by grant from The National Science Foundation, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and financial support from Viewers Like You. the National Endowment for the Arts, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. Additional Funding is provided by Carnegie Corporation of New York. The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation."

Crayon Shin-Chan: Action Mask vs Leotard Devil (1993) (PBS Version 1993) Edit

1993: "Funding for Crayon Shin-Chan: Action Mask vs Leotard Devil is made possible in part by grant form Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. And by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers. baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies,"

Crayon Shin-Chan: The Secret Treasure of Buri Buri Kingdom (1994) (PBS Version 1994) Edit

1994: "Funding for Crayon Shin-Chan: The Secret Treasure of Buri Buri Kingdom is made possible in part by the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematic, and technology. And, Microsoft Home supports of Crayon Shin-Chan and other programs that further learning, exploration, and discovery, Additional funding is provided by, U.S. Department of Energy, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

Jurassic Park (1993) (PBS Version 1994) Edit

1993: "Funding for Jurassic Park is provided by, The National Science Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, a catalyst for change. and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support form Viewers Like You."

The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) (PBS Version 1998) Edit

1998: "Funding for The Lost World: Jurassic Park is provided by. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You. and by grant form National Science Foundation. The Pew Charitable Trusts. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. a catalyst for change. the National Endowment for the Humanities."

Doug's 1st Movie (1999) (PBS Kids Version 1999) Edit

1999: "Funding for Doug's 1st Movie is provided by, The United States Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You, Thank You. this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids. And by Baby Gap. and by Post Alpha Bits cereal, 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Doug on PBS."

In the Night Garden (2007-2009) (PBS Kids Versions 2007-2009) Edit

2007-2008: "Funding for In the Night Garden is provided by, the Cooperative Agreement from the U.S. Department of Education. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! and by. Chuck E' Cheese's proud supporter of PBS Kids, helping kids discover that families and fun, go hand in hand. PBS Kids. where a kid can be a kid."

2009: "Funding for in the Night Garden is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! and by, Chuck e' Cheese's proud supporter of PBS Kids. helping kids discover that families and fun, go hand in hand. PBS Kids. where a kid can be a kid."

The Adventures of Abney and Teal (2011-2012) (PBS Kids Versions 2011-2012) Edit

2011-2012: "Funding for The Adventures of Abney and Teal was made possible by, The National Science Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You, Thank You! Fun for everyone makes a family strong, Chuck E' Cheese's Proudly supports PBS Kids,"

Dipdap (2011-2013) (PBS Kids Version 2011-2013) Edit

2011-2013: "Funding for Dipdap was made possible in part by, the National Science Foundation, where discoveries begin. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station form Viewers Like You, Thank You! Fun for everyone is the best fun of all, Chuck E' Cheese's proudly supports PBS Kids."

The Good Dinosaur (2015) (PBS Version 2015) Edit

2015: "Major Funding for The Good Dinosaur is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You, Thank You! Additional funding is provided by, the National Science Foundation, where discoveries begin. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, George D, Smith Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, Fun for everyone is the best fun of all, Chuck E' Cheese's proudly supports PBS Kids."

Doraemon: Nobita and the Winged Braves (2001) (PBS Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Winged Braves is made possible in part by, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. the foundation also supports the Sloan technology series, a collection of books chronicly in the major technologies of the 20th century. Liberty Matual, and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita and the Robot Kingdom (2002) (PBS Version 2002) Edit

2002: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Robot Kingdom was made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. Because a Great Nation Deserves Great Art. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita and the Windmasters (2003) (PBS Version 2003) Edit

2003: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Windmasters is provided by, the National Science Foundation. America's investment in the future. Marguerite and Jerry Lenfest. the John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund. and the William Flora Hewlett Foundation, and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita and the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey (2004) (PBS Version 2004) Edit

2004: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey was made possible by the National Science Foundation. America investment in the future. The Howard Hughes Medical Institute. serving society through biomedical research and science education, HHMI. Additional funding is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of science and technology. the George D. Smith Fund. and the Kavli Foundation. advancing scientific knowledge at leading universities worldwide. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by PBS Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur 2006 (2006) (PBS Version 2006) Edit

2006: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur 2006 is provided by the National Science Foundation, America investment in the future. The Howard Hughes Medical Institute. serving society through biomedical research and science education, HHMI. Additional funding is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of science and technology. the George D. Smith Fund. and the Kavli Foundation. advancing scientific knowledge at leading universities worldwide. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by PBS Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita's New Great Adventure into the Underworld (2007) (PBS Version 2007) Edit

2007: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's New Great Adventure into the Underworld was made possible by David H. Koch. and. Discover new Knowledge: HHMI. and by the National Science Foundation. Where discoveries begin. the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology. to portray the lives of men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and PBS Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita and the Green Giant Legend (2008) (PBS Version 2008) Edit

2008: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Green Giant Legend is funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Education, Ready to Learn grant. Additional funding is provided by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and by Contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Spaceblazer (2009) (PBS Version 2009) Edit

2009: "Funding for Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Spaceblazer is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Education, Ready to Learn Grant. Additional funding is provided by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

The Sooty Show (1955-1992) (PBS Versions 1969-1995) Edit

1969: "Funding for The Sooty Show is made possible by grants from the United States Office of Education, The Office of Economic Opportunity, The Ford Foundation, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Carnegie Corporation of New York and by Public Television Stations."

1970: "Funding for The Sooty Show has been brought to you through the courtesy of U.S. Office of Education's National Center for Educational Research and Development. The Ford Foundation, and this other Public Television Stations, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Carnegie Corporation of New York."

1971: "Funds for The Sooty Show are provided by, The Ford Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. United States Office of Education. and by Department of Health, Educational of Welfare."

1972: "Funds for The Sooty Show are provided by, National Center for Educational Technology. Office of Education. Department of Health, Educational of Welfare. Carnegie Corporation of New York. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The Sears Roebuck Foundation. and by this station and other Public Television Stations. The Ford Foundation."

1973: "Funds for The Sooty Show are provided by, Department of Health, Educational of Welfare. U.S. Office of Education, National Center for Educational Technology. and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations. The Sears Roebuck Foundations. The Carnegie Corporation of New York. The Ford Foundation."

1974: "Production funding for the Sooty Show is provided by. The United States Office of Education. Department of Health, Educational of Welfare. and by Public Television Stations. the Ford Foundation, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

1975-1976: "Production Funding for The Sooty Show is provided by. The United States Office of Education. Department of Health, Educational of Welfare, this station and other Public Television Stations. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The Sears Roebuck Foundation, The Ford Foundation. Carnegie Corporation of New York."

1976-1977: "Major Funding for The Sooty Show was provided by, a grant from The Office of Education, Department of Health, Education of Welfare, and by Public Television Stations. Additional support Sooty Show was provided by Unrestricted General Program, grants from The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Ford Foundation. and by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York."

1977-1978: "Major Funding for The Sooty Show was provided by, a grant from The Office of Education, Department of Health, Education of Welfare, and by Public Television Stations. Additional support was provided by grants from the Ford Foundation, and Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the National Science Foundation,"

1978-1980: "Major Funding for The Sooty Show was provided by a grant from the Office of Education, Department of Health, Education of Welfare, and by Public Television Stations. Additional support was provided by grants from the Ford Foundation, and Carnegie Corporation of New York. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The National Science FOundation."

1981-1985: "Funding for The Sooty Show is provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by Public Television Stations. Support for The Sooty Show also has been provided by, The U.S. Department of Education, The Ford Foundation and The Carnegie Corporation of New York."

1986-1987: "Funding for the Sooty Show was made possible in part by. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by this station and other Public Television Stations, The National Science Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Ford Foundation,"

1988-1989: "Funding for the Sooty Show was provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, and by the National Science Foundation."

1990-1991: "Funding for the Sooty Show is made possible in part by, the National Science Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by financial support of Viewers Like You."

1992: "Funding for the Sooty Show is made possible in part by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the financial support of Viewers Like You. and by grants from National Science Foundation, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Carnegie Corporation of New York, The National Endowment of the Arts, and by the National Endowment for the Humanities, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations."

1993-1994 :"Funding for The Sooty Show is provided by, Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers. baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies! and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

1995: "Funding for the Sooty Show is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support from Viewers Like You. and by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies!"

Sooty and Company (1993-1998) (PBS Versions 1993-1998) Edit

1993-1994: "Funding for Sooty and Company is provided by, Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers. baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies! And the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You."

1995-1996: "Funding for Sooty and Company is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, the National Science Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies,"

1997-1998: "Funding for Sooty and Company is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program is made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids,"

Doraemon: Nobita's Great Battle of the Mermaid King (2010) (PBS Version 2010) Edit

2010: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's Great Battle of the Mermaid King is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Education's Ready to Learn Grant, Addition funding is provided by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita and the New Steel Troops Winged Angels (2011) (PBS Version 2011) Edit

2011: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the New Steel Troops Winged Angels is provided by Cannon, take your inspiration form Doraemon the Movie, leave it and touched by your presence. capture image. preserved forever. Cannon, dedicated to preserved end ever ending beauty of our environment. this program is made possible by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita and the Island of Miracles Animal Adventure (2012) (PBS Version 2012) Edit

2012: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita and the Island of Miracles Animal Adventure is funded in part by Ready to Learn grant, the U.S. Department of Education, through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Doraemon: Nobita's Secret Gadget Museum (2013) (PBS Version 2013) Edit

2013: "Funding for Doraemon: Nobita's Secret Gadget Museum is funded in part by Ready to Learn grant, The U.S. Department of Education, through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Stand by Me Doraemon (2014) (PBS Version 2014) Edit

2014: "Funding for Stand by Me Doraemon is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station form Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbit (2005) (PBS Kids Version 2005) Edit

2005: "Funding for Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbit is made possible in part by, A Ready to Learn, No Child's Left Behind Grant, form the U.S. Department of Education Through the Public Broadcasting Service, and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

Early Man (2018) (PBS Kids Version 2018) Edit

2018: "Funding for Early Man is provided by, A Cooperate Agreement from the U.S. Department of Education, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting's Ready to Learn Grant, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

Chicken Run (2000) (PBS Kids Version 2001) Edit

2001: "Funding for Chicken Run is provided by, Juicy Juice. We're Behind Chicken Run 100%. of course. That's how we do everything, Juicy Juice. 100% Juice, Post Alpha Bits 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Chicken Run on PBS. A few moments can sum up to all that imagination of your child quite like. I made that. Lego, proudly supports imagination, creativity and Chicken Run. And by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperate Agreement, from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service, and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and contributions to your PBS Station form Viewers Like You, Thank You!"

A Bit of a Do (1989) (PBS Version 1989) Edit

1989: "Funding for A Bit of a Do was made possible in part by grants from, The National Science Foundation, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by Public Television Stations, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, Additional funding is provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts,"

The Gingerbread Man (1992) (PBS Version 1992) Edit

1992: "Funding for the Gingerbread Man was made possible in part by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by financial support from Viewers Like You, and by National Science Foundation, Mobil Corporation, which invites you to join with them in supporting Public Television Station, and the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The National Endowment for the Humanities, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Ford Foundation,"

Edward and Friends (1987-1988) (PBS Versions 1987-1988) Edit

1987-1988: "Funding for Edward and Friends is made possible in part by grants from. The National Science Foundation, form the U.S. Department of Education, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, this station and other Public Television Stations nationwide, Cooperate funding is provided by IBM."

Windfalls (1989) (PBS Version 1989) Edit

1989: "Funding for Windfalls is provided by, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, The Ford Foundation, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, and by the National Endowment for the Arts, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation,"

Huxley Pig (1989-1990) (PBS Versions 1989-1990) Edit

1989-1990: "Funding for Huxley Pig was provided by, The National Endowment for the Humanities, The National Science Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You, and by The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The National Endowment for the Arts,"

Nellie the Elephant (1989-1990) (PBS Versions 1990-1991) Edit

1989-1990: "Funding for Nellie the Elephant is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You, and by National Science Foundation, supporting educational and research mathematics, and technology. and by the National Endowment for the Humanities, The Ford Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation,"

The Legends of Treasure Island (1993-1995) (PBS Versions 1993-1995) Edit

1993-1995: "Funding for The Legends of Treasure Island is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You, and by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies!"

The Wombles (1973-1975) (PBS Versions 1996-1998) Edit

1996: "Funding for The Wombles is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program was made possible in part by grant form Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids."

1997-1998: "Funding for the Wombles is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, and by Baby Gap, and by Libby's Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids."

Moschops (1983) (PBS Version 1992) Edit

1992: "Funding for Moschops is made possible in part by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by financial support of Viewers Like You,"

Bangers and Mash (1989) (PBS Version 1989) Edit

1989: "Funding for Bangers and Mash is provided by grants from The National Science Foundation, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the National Endowment for the Arts,"

The Adventures of Parsley (1970) (PBS Version 1993) Edit

1993: "Funding for The Adventures of Parsley is provided by, Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual financial support of Viewers Like You."

Astro Farm (1992-1996) (PBS Versions 1992-1996) Edit

1992-1993: "Funding for Astro Farm was made possible in part by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the financial support of Viewers Like You, and by grant from National Science Foundation, supporting educational and research mathematics, and technology. and by National Endowment for the Humanities, The Ford Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation,"

1993-1994: "Funding for Astro Farm is made possible in part by, Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies! and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You,"

1995-1996: "Funding for Astro Farm was provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, Helen and Peter Bing, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program was made possible in part by grant from Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice. 100% Juice for 100% Kids."

Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings (1974-1976) (PBS Versions 1994-1996) Edit

1994-1995: "Funding for Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You, and by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes and training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies!"

1996: "Funding for Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, this program was made possible in part by grant form Juicy Juice, (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids."

The Adventures of Portland Bill (1983) (PBS Version 1993) Edit

1993: "Funding for the Adventures of Portland Bill is made possible in part by grant from National Science Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support from Viewers Like You, and by The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, The Ford Foundation, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The Pew Charitable Trusts, the U.S. Department of Education, Helen and Peter Bing,"

Making Out (1989-1991) (PBS Version 1989-1991) Edit

1989-1990: "Funding for Making Out is provided by, The National Science Foundation, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support from Viewers Like You. Additional funding is provided by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The Carnegie Corporation of New York,"

1991: "Funding for Making Out is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, financial support from Viewers Like You, The National Endowment for the Humanities, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, A catalyst for change, The National Science Foundation. The Carnegie Corporation of New York,"

Eldorado (1992-1993) (PBS Versions 1992-1993) Edit

1992: "Funding for Eldorado is made possible in part by The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, A catalyst for change, The National Endowment of the Arts, and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support of Viewers Like You, The National Science Foundation, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations."

1993: "Funding for Eldorado is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual financial support from Viewers Like You, And by grant from National Science Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The National Endowment for the Arts, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, A catalyst for change."

Japanese Language and People (1991) (PBS Version 1991) Edit

1991: "Funding for Japanese Language and People is provided by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Financial support from Viewers Like You. and by grant from The National Science Foundation, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, A catalyst for change, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The National Endowment for the Humanities."

Howard's Way (1985-1990) (PBS Versions 1985-1990) Edit

1985-1986: "Funding for Howard's Way is made possible in part by, The Ford Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this station and other Public Television Stations, The National Science Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, A catalyst for change."

1987-1988: "Funding for Howard's Way was made possible in part by, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, This station and other Public Television Stations, The Carnegie Corporation of New York. The National Science Foundation, The Ford Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, A Catalyst for change, The National Endowment for the Humanities, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation."

1989-1990: "Funding for Howard's Way is made possible in part by, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The National Science Foundation, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, This Station and other Public Television Stations, And by The John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, A Catalyst for Change. The National Endowment for the Humanities, Exxon Corporation, The National Endowment for the Arts,"

Alvin and the Chipmunks (1983-1990) (PBS Kids Versions 2000-2006) Edit

2000-2001: "Funding for Alvin and the Chipmunks is provided by. Ready to Learn Grant, from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Post Alpha Bits cereal, 26 little letters that make up a million words that tell billions of stories and it all starts with ABC. Post Alpha Bits is proud to bring you Alvin and the Chipmunks on PBS. this program is made possible in part by grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. (Boing) (Whistles) Juicy Juice, 100% Juice for 100% Kids. Baby Gap (without announcer) and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

2002-2004: "Funding for Alvin and the Chipmunks is provided by. Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement, from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service, Chuck E' Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids, Opening a door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be a Kid. Juicy Juice, We're Behind Alvin and the Chipmunks 100%, of course, that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits Cereal, 26 little letters that spell the names, and telling the world who we are and helping us make the friends and making the world a nicer place to be. Post Alpha Bits is proud to spell your name and bring you Alvin and the Chipmunks on PBS. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

2005-2006: "Funding for Alvin and the Chipmunks is provided by. Rhodes 60 Second Cinnamon Rolls. How many seconds are in a minute? 60. it only takes a minute, to wake up your minds, by learning something new on PBS Kids. Sponsored by Rhodes 60 Second Cinnamon Rolls. Chuck E' Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be a Kid. and by A Ready TO Learn Television Cooperative Agreement, from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Saturday Supercade (1983-1984) (PBS Versions 2001-2002) Edit

2001-2002: "Funding for Saturday Supercade was made possible by. Ready to Learn grant, from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by Juicy Juice. We're Behind Saturday Supercade 100%. of course. That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits. 26 little letters that make up a million words that make you share your feelings around the corner or around the world, bringing us all a little bit closer together. Post Alpha Bits cereal is proud to bring you Saturday Supercade on PBS. And by contributions to your PBS Station form Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

Camp Candy (1989-1992) (PBS Kids Versions 2001-2004) Edit

2001-2002: "Funding for Camp Candy is provided by. Chuck E Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Opening a door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be A Kid. Juicy Juice, We're Behind Camp Candy 100%. of course. that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. And by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperate Agreement, from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!"

2003-2004: "Funding for Camp Candy is provided by. A Ready To Learn Television Cooperate Agreement, from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service, and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS Station from Viewers Like You. Thank You! A child's imagination is a wonderful thing, Teddy Grahams Snacks is proud to support PBS. Chuck E Cheese's proud supporter of PBS Kids. Openign a door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids, Where A Kid Can Be A Kid. Juicy Juice, We're Behind Camp Candy 100%. of course, That's how we do everything. Juicy Juice. 100% Juice."