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I was wondering would it be ok to add a headin for Disney Channel in scandinavia on this page and list the shows that have been shown so far. It's not that many to this date only Dinosaurs, Muppet treasure island and muppets' wizard of oz. Rytter 17:48, 11 August 2006 (UTC)
- I hadn't seen this before, but I'd suggest creating a "Disney Channel (Scandinavia)" or something, to differentiate the US and international versions of conglomerates' branding names. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 04:33, 8 September 2006 (UTC)
Does anybody think I should change the headline for Henson productions that were shown on The Disney Channel but not produced for it? Should I have it changed to productiosn shown on The Disney Channel before Disney bought the Muppets (Since Disney now owns the muppets, there will probably be a lot of Muppet content shown, though so far since owning the muppets there hasn't been very much Muppet programming on this channel)? Maybe it would be good to list what years certain programs were shown on The Disney Channel (I know that many of these productions, especially the Sesame Street specials, were shown from 1992-1995). Also, I am wondering, was Hey, Cinderella! ever shown on The Disney Channel? I feel like I once saw a promo for some kind of Cinderella movie or special on The Disney Channel a long time ago that featured a clip with kermit, I think it's the scene where he said "Just see how many kings will be invited to the frogs ball" (I'm sure it's at least a similar shot), and this was before I knew about Hey, Cinderella. --Minor muppetz 15:11, 16 April 2006 (UTC)
- I thought the Secret Life of Toys was made for the BBC? --Warrick 18:29, 21 April 2006 (UTC)
- Michael, I agree with you that there could be more details on this page. Feel free to fix it up! -- Danny Toughpigs 12:16, 24 April 2006 (UTC)