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Cute, cuddly, and horribly wrong... It's the Happy Tree Friends! They may be sugary sweet, but there's no way they'll escape their horrible fate! What chaos will these critters experience next?

Check out Mondo Media's other animated series for more twisted humor!

  1. Happy Tree Friends - Brake The Cycle

    Happy Tree Friends - Brake The Cycle

    Point your sling-shots at the Apple App Store and download the NEW Happy Tree Friends: Deadeye Derby mobile game NOW! Play head-to-head with other players! Discover new playable characters! Earn coins to unlock wacky, new equipment and get that extra edge! Take your best shot!

  2. Happy Tree Friends - Royal Flush

    Happy Tree Friends - Royal Flush

    Point your sling-shots at the Apple App Store and download the NEW Happy Tree Friends: Deadeye Derby mobile game NOW! Play head-to-head with other players! Discover new playable characters! Earn coins to unlock wacky, new equipment and get that extra edge! Take your best shot!

Customer Reviews

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4.7K Ratings

wickedly funny!

This is the best free material you can get on itunes! for all of you who think that this is a terrible cartoon because of its gore, realize that its just a cartoon and that its the violence is what makes it so entertaining! if you like this cartoon than you will say that you found this review helpful. if not than you'de better not vote against it otherwise aliens from uranus will destroy us all!!

Love Happy Tree Friends!

I'm so glad the iTunes got this Podcast. Now, I can watch those lovable animals die on my iPod as I travel. Genious, iTunes! Pure genious!

Unreal Dudes!

This cartoon is even worse than "Itchy and Scratchy" from the simpsons! I really like it because of all the gore and hilarious voices. But if you don't really like watching sick gruesome pictures, you should definitely stay away from Happy Tree Friends. The free downloads are something everyone should get though!

Sours: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/happy-tree-friends/id92723614

New Season Teaser is an Irregular episode of Happy Tree Friends. It is a crossover between Dick Figures (the speech and the animation style) and Happy Tree Friends (the character design). It is also an April fools joke by Mondo Media.


"A brand new Happy Tree Friend series A bold new direction Fans wanted moar... we listened"

Cuddles is then seen walking up to Flippy, Toothy, and Giggles, who are all animated in Dick Figures animation, as well as drinking beer and smoking.

"Dick Tree Friends Wait that sounds weird... Happy Tree Figures Yeah, that's way better"

Flippy is shown to have flipped out and stabbed Giggles and Toothy and starts shooting at Cuddles.

"Coming Soon"

A troll face pops up with a text under it saying "U MAD BRO"?


  1. Giggles is impaled in the chest with a knife.
  2. Toothy is stabbed in the mouth with a knife.
  3. Cuddles gets shot in the head by Fliqpy numerous times.

Survival Rate

  • Amount of surviving main characters: 1
  • Amount of dead main characters: 3
  • Total Rate: 25%


  • The crest on Flippy's beret switches places once, in a continuous shot when Flippy turns his head to Cuddles.
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What’s Leaving Netflix in April 2018

  • 02 April 2018
  • by Christi Carras
  • Variety

Heroes and criminals alike will depart Netflix in April. Some of the first titles on the streaming service’s chopping block for the month include four Batman films and Frank Darabont’s Oscar-nominated jailhouse drama “The Shawshank Redemption,” featuring Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins.

The streaming giant will also let go of TV series like “Dukes of Hazzard” and “Happy Tree Friends,” with more movie tentpoles like “Kung Fu Panda 3” rounding out the month’s departures.

View the full list of titles leaving Netflix below.

April 1

30 Days of Night

88 Minutes

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls

American Pie

American Pie 2

Apollo 13


Batman & Robin

Batman Forever

Batman Returns


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Cool Runnings

Death Sentence

Dolphin Tale

The Dukes of Hazzard

Eagle vs. Shark

John Mulaney: New in Town

The Men Who Stare at Goats

Never Let Me Go

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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in April 2018

  • 31 March 2018
  • by Paul Sheehan
  • Gold Derby

Netflix has confirmed that a slew of new original series will be debuting on the streaming service in April. There will also be new to Netflix seasons of some of your favorites from other networks. Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Netflix appearances including the animated classic “The Iron Giant” and several films in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Despicable Me” series.

Of the new Netflix originals, several stand out as particularly binge-worthy, including the freshman seasons of the remake of “Lost in Space” and the TV version of the Oscar-nominated animated film “The Boss Baby.” And there are episodes of both the new David Letterman and Joel McHale talk shows as well as a comedy special from Kevin James.

Available April 1

A Sort of Family

Along Came Polly

Bad Boys

Battlefield Earth

Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure

Big Time

Body of Lies

Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever

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DC Entertainment to Publish Comics Based on Popular Hanna-Barbera Characters

  • 28 January 2016
  • by Latino Review
  • LRM Online

Pajamas and a big bowl of sugary cereal is how many of us remember watching our favorite Saturday morning cartoons as kids. Beginning in May, DC Entertainment plans to give old fans and new the chance to relive (and extend) their childhoods with a new, modern lineup of comics based on some of Hanna-Barbera’s most popular cartoon characters, but reimagined in a fresh and contemporary fashion.

The initial lineup includes:

Scooby Apocalypse – Featuring character designs by veteran artist Jim Lee and an origin story by Jim Lee and Keith Giffen (Justice League 3001), artist Howard Porter (Superman) will provide his own unique take on Freddie, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo. “Those meddling kids” and their Mystery Machine are at the center of a well-meaning experiment gone wrong and they’ll need to bring all of their mystery solving skills to bear (along with plenty of Scooby Snacks), to find a

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Top 100 Christmas TV episodes of all time: 40 - 21

  • 16 December 2015
  • Den of Geek

Wesley Mead Dec 22, 2016

Wesley counts down the penultimate 20 entries in the top 100 Christmas TV episodes of all time list: from number 40 to 21...

This article was first published in December 2015. Read entries 100 - 81 here, entries 80 - 61 here, and entries 60 - 41 here.

See related New on Netflix UK: what's added in December 2016? New Us sci-fi, fantasy and horror shows for 2016 15 underappreciated books: sci-fi, fantasy, horror fiction Another Earth: an interview with director Mike Cahill

Since the medium’s infancy, viewers have enjoyed sharing holidays with their favourite television characters. We grow invested in our friends on screen over the years; spending Christmas with them is a rite of passage, a chance for us to share tradition from our world with the fictional ones we see on screen. Some shows embrace the season wholeheartedly, characters in good spirits and enjoying the trappings of the season; others skew a little darker, bringing the more oppressive,

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Top 100 Christmas TV episodes of all time: 40 - 21

  • 16 December 2015
  • by louisamellor
  • Den of Geek




Wesley counts down the penultimate 20 entries in the top 100 Christmas TV episodes of all time list: from number 40 to 21...

Read entries 100 - 81 here, entries 80 - 61 here, and entries 60 - 41 here.

Since the medium’s infancy, viewers have enjoyed sharing holidays with their favourite television characters. We grow invested in our friends on screen over the years; spending Christmas with them is a rite of passage, a chance for us to share tradition from our world with the fictional ones we see on screen. Some shows embrace the season wholeheartedly, characters in good spirits and enjoying the trappings of the season; others skew a little darker, bringing the more oppressive, burdensome side of the holidays to life. Either way, Christmas episodes tend to demonstrate the strengths of our favourite series, and it’s long been a festive ritual of mine to wheel out old DVD sets and settle

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Mondo Media, Spin Master Debut Kids’ YouTube Channel SpindoTV

  • 10 March 2015
  • by Bree Brouwer
  • Tubefilter News

Spin Master is joining the ranks of companies delving into children’s online video programming. The toy manufacturer teamed with animation network Mondo Media to launch a kid-centric YouTube channel dubbed SpindoTV.

Aimed at children aged 6-11, SpindoTV debuts with a number of animated and live-action series in the works. Sick Bricks is based on Spin Master’s popular toy/game hybrid product; forty 90-second episodes are in production, with plans to debut on both the Cartoon Network as well as Canada’s Teletoon. Spin Master and Mondo are also planning a live-action game show based on the toy manufacturer’s popular Beat the Parents board game. Many of SpindoTV’s titles will be available on Google’s recently-introduced YouTube Kids app.

“There are a number of SpindoTV episodes that will sit comfortably on the new YouTube Kids app but several of our shows will appeal to a slightly older-skewing demographic,

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AwesomenessTV Launches Creator Licensing Division To Rep YouTube Talent In Retail [Exclusive]

  • 23 October 2014
  • by Joshua Cohen
  • Tubefilter News

The Janome Sewing Machine Co.’s 2008 model TB-30 was ahead of it’s time. Its 30 actual stitches, six one-step buttonholes, built-in one-hand needle threader, and laundry list of other features weren’t what set this affordable prosumer tool for the budding fashionista apart from its contemporaries. It was its more superficial accessories. The Janome TB-30 was perhaps the first physical consumer product endorsed, branded, marketed, and promoted by an online video entity. Way back in August 2008, the still independent Next New Networks (which is now the Google-owned YouTube Next Lab) and its “Not Yo Mama’s Diy Channel” Threadbanger (which is still cranking out videos at its home on YouTube) partnered with one of the leading manufacturers of sewing machines worldwide to put their literal stamp of approval on a product and help sell it to their hip, online video savvy, and presumably younger-ish audience. Yes, early-and-mid-to-late 2000s online video

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Fusion, Mondo Media Team Up For Television Series ‘Like, Share, Die’

  • 22 October 2014
  • by Bree Brouwer
  • Tubefilter News

Fusion wants to bring some laughs to the online video masses. The media company partnered with YouTube animation McN Mondo Media for a new animated sketch series called Like, Share, Die. Like, Share, Die’s 20 episodes will be roughly 15 minutes in length, and will use sketches from Mondo’s network of creators as well as from lead writer Josh Faure-Brac (of SuperNews! fame). The show will be executive produced by Mondo’s Aaron Simpson in conjunction with Six Point Harness Studios. Fusion tapped Mondo for its wide viewer reach and ability to develop content that gets picked up by other media companies. In addition to boasting a huge subscriber base (over 2.4 million on its YouTube channel), the McN saw its popular Happy Tree Friends adapted into a TV series for G4 and MTV’s channels. Additionally, Mondo successfully Kickstarted its Dick Figures series, which was made into a feature film

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‘Happy Tree Friends’ Movie Leads Three-Film Slate For Mondo Media

  • 10 October 2014
  • by Sam Gutelle
  • Tubefilter News

In September 2013, Mondo Media distributed a film based on Dick Figures, one of its most popular animated series. The movie was a big success. Mondo released the film across 12 installments, which combined to draw more than 14 million views on YouTube. Encouraged by the success of that film, Mondo is now working on three new films. It will produce a sequel to Dick Figures: The Movie as well as new films based off two of its other hit series: Happy Tree Friends and Deep Space 69. In order to help realize these projects, Mondo has enlisted the help of Bill Schultz, an animation executive who produced several seasons of The Simpsons. Dick Figures: The Movie was funded via a Kickstarter campaign, but Mondo is pledging "bigger budgets and theatrical production values" to the three new features. Those budgets will include large marketing campaigns that will promote each film in advance of their respective release dates.

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Producer David Ichioka Talks The Boxtrolls, Overcoming Stop-Motion Limitations, Evolving 3D-Printing Technology, and the Film’s Cast and Crew

  • 10 July 2014
  • by Dave Trumbore
  • Collider.com

David Ichioka is well-versed in off-kilter animation, with experience ranging from Gumby Adventures and Bump in the Night, to The PJs and Happy Tree Friends. His latest effort in the world of stop-motion animation is as a producer on Laika's latest feature, The Boxtrolls. Ichioka was kind enough to give us a presentation on the upcoming film that covered the nuts and bolts of the animation process and also gave us a more personal peek into the world of a stop-motion animator. While on set of The Boxtrolls, Ichioka talked about the film's setting and what made Laika's style of stop-motion animation a perfect fit for its look, the decision to make The Boxtrolls a hybrid film by including motion-capture and visual effects work, and the evolution of stop-motion technology. In addition to providing us with a jaw-dropping list of numbers related to the picture, he also commented on the film's excellent voice cast,

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Isa of the Day: Edward Noeltner - International Sales Agent and Founder / Head of Cinema Management Group of Beverly Hills (Cmg)

  • 05 November 2013
  • by Peter Belsito
  • SydneysBuzz

Edward Noeltner has been a friend of ours in and out of 'the business' (as those of us who work in it tend to call it) for many years now. Our families know each other and we have been on many nice social occasions to each other's homes.

Thus we have a lovely personal connection to this great film guy.

So it is with impressed awe that we have watched his company expand and continue to represent great and important films.

Edward was born in New Jersey and moved at one year of age to Munich, Germany. His dad was Head of Radio Liberty, a Us government sponsored radio station that beamed Us government propaganda (let's call it that) to the countries of the (then large and active and now gone) Soviet Union.

He lived in Munich West Germany, and on September 4, 1972 attended the Olympic Games there. He describes it like this. 'The atmosphere that day was very free spirited and lively in the Olympic Village. Then the next day - massacre.' On September 5, 1972 disaster struck the Olympics. The sporting nature of which was largely overshadowed by the Munich massacre in which eleven Israeli athletes and coaches, a West German police officer, and five Palestinian Black September militants were killed.

He left Germany in 1973. But he had grown up at his father's workplace, and knew radio production and and often hung out at the Munich station. From Germany he moved to Arizona where he attended high school in Tucson. He worked there at radio and TV stations in the newsroom of the local CBS affiliate. 'I fell naturally into this as I had developed such a love of radio and news as a boy'.

He remembers the great Fellini film 8 1/2 particularly arousing his interest in film and especially European cinema.

In Tucson he began to habituate their great (and still thriving) arthouse cinema The Loft.

He entered the University of Arizona / Tucson to get a degree from theDepartment handling Radio TV Film Drama. 'I was very close to getting my Master's there when I left'.

He decided then to move to USC instead to get a Masters Degree and was there from 1980-84.

It was there he met his wife who also studied there, the French national Marie Christine. In 1984 they moved to Paris.

He first worked for Europe Export Films and stayed with them for 7 years. In 1994 he started Senator International in Berlin and stayed until 1996.

He then moved on to Pandora Cinema of Paris where we first met him when he worked there with Ernst Goldschmidt and Sudy Coy.

In 1998 Pandora was sold to Gaylord Entertainment (which Edward describes as 'a mainstream company').

In 1999 Svensk of Copenhagen offered him a good job opportunity. They had a nice library of 40 plus film titles.

He came as they had just gotten Faithless, based on an Ingmar Bergmann script and directed by the great Bergman actress Liv Ulman. Edward says, 'Big success. It sold everywhere and was in the Cannes Film Festival Official Selection'.

Edward also had an Oscar Nomination there with Under the Sun by Colin Nutley.

In 2001 he accepted a Miramax offer to become Head of Sales for the Weinstein brothers in New York. Chicago was just one of their great titles which had a very good run.

In 2003 he decided to move to La and start his own sales company, Cinema Management Group / Cmg. Off to a good start one of his first films, the animation Hoodwinked grossed $110 million worldwide.

Since 2003, Cmg has added over 100 titles to its line-up which includes quality feature films of all genres, 3-D animated features and series as well as award winning feature length documentaries and series.

Over the past 25 years, Edward Noeltner has licensed some 16 Oscar nominated features (many of them Oscar winners) and has worked with some of the most creative individuals in the industry. Films like Scott Hick’s Shine, Carlos Saura’s Tango, Liv Ullmann’s Faithless, or Rob Marshall’s Chicago are just some of the many memorable feature films Noeltner has been associated with in terms of int’l sales.

Since its inception, Cmg has been known for offering original, commercial properties. Cmg co-executive producing the cult animated series "Happy Tree Friends" and licensed both DVD and Television rights to the series in over 40 int’l territories including the Us and Canada. Today, Cmg offers an array of exciting new 3-D Digital CGI animated features, all independently produced with amazing voice talents such as Jeff Goldblum, Samuel L. Jackson, Abigail Breslin, Steve Buscemi, Laurence Fishburne and Liam Neeson along with some of the finest animators working in the business. Cmg’s collaboration with Triggerfish Animation – Adventures In Zambezia– garnered over Us$ 26million in its theatrical run with a number of major territories still to be released.

This Afm Edward and Cmg are launching a mixed agenda of films and he is especially high on the thriller


This following company promo makes me want to see it:

High octane from start to finish, Plastic is based on the incredible true story of a heist of one of Beverly Hills’ top jewelry merchants. Brilliant college student Sam has the perfect credit card scam…until his crew robs the wrong man. Now they have two weeks to repay ruthless gangster Marcel Us$2 million or they will be dead. Sam and his team devise a scheme to clear their debt by heading to Miami to poach enough cash and merchandise. But they come up short. So Sam and his gang set their sights on a daring jewelry heist that could make them hugely wealthy for life. Their plan turns sour, however, when the team members start turning on each other. Now it’s up to Sam to finish the brazen heist and turn the tables on Marcel before they all go down.

Cmg at Afm will also have the supernatural horror feature

The Hunted : In an attempt to land their own TV show, Jake (Josh Stewart) and Stevie (Ronnie Gene Blevins) head to the dense, secluded mountains of West Virginia. Equipped with only their bow and cameras, they have three days to kill a monster buck big enough to grab the attention of a TV network. Once they find the massive animal, they look to strike fast. But as the sun sets, they realize they're not alone. A supernatural force appears to be lurking in the vacant woods... and now they're the ones being hunted.

Always good on animation for the kiddies this coming holiday season Edward is selling

Saving Santa 3D : At the top of the North Pole, Bernard is an elf in Santa’s workshop who’s always messing up. One morning, after sleeping in late, Santa kindly shows Bernard the oh-so-secret time machine on his sleigh, which almost no one knows about. Suddenly, Bernard finds army commandos raiding the North Pole, demanding to know the location of his coveted time machine. If the world were to discover the exact location and existence of the North Pole, it would ruin Christmas for everyone! Bernard runs to the time machine and activates the device, going back in time to that same morning. Now it’s a race against time to forge a plot with any elf that will believe his tale, and save Santa before the world finds out the secret of Christmas.


The Santa Story: Inspired by Frank L. Baum’s timeless classic, take a magical 3D animated journey to uncover the true origins of the little boy named Nick who grew up to become Santa Claus. Set in his childhood village, join in Little Nick’s first real life adventures which teach him the gift of giving and the powerful spirit of community. As Nick grows up, he must confront his own self-doubts and bring everyone together to keep his old foe Rolf from taking over his village. With the help of two amazingly crafty elves, a majestic reindeer and a group of lovable orphans, Nick rebuilds his hometown and finally becomes the man we all know and love – Santa Claus.

Another kiddie animation film that looks great, about a half-striped zebra proving himself on the African plains

Khumba : When Khumba, a half-striped zebra is blamed for the lack of rain by the rest of his insular, superstitious herd, he embarks on a daring quest to earn his stripes. In his search for the legendary waterhole in which the first zebras got their stripes, Khumba meets a quirky range of characters, and teams up with an unlikely duo: an overprotective wildebeest, Mama V, and Bradley, a self-obsessed ostrich. But before he can reunite with his herd, Khumba will have to come face to face with Phango, a scary leopard who controls the waterholes and terrorizes all the animals in the Great Karoo.

It's not all black and white in this colorful adventure with a difference!

Afm will also see Cmg's quality drama, the Barreto family Produced/ Directed

Reaching for the Moon : Frustrated poet Elizabeth Bishop travels to Brazil and encounters the beguiling architect Lota de Macedo Soares. Initial hostilities make way for a complicated yet long-lasting love affair that dramatically alters Bishop’s relationship to the world around her. Anchored by magnificent lead performances from Miranda Otto and Gloria Pires, Reaching for the Moon is an intimate snapshot of the search for inspiration, wherever and however you find it

Cmg also has quality documentaries like Rob Stewart's ambitious feature that tours the planet with an inspiring and beautiful ecological message about saving our world.

Revolution : Continuing his adventurous journey around the world, filmmaker Rob Stewart brings us Revolution, a full length feature film that is inspiring humans to change the world and save our planet. Along with world renowned experts, he learns that past evolutions can help solve some of our current and future environmental problems. Startling, beautiful, and provocative, Revolution has already won awards at international film festivals and shows us that we can make a difference.

For more information on Cmg and its titles visit Here

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Watch 'Amityville' Meet 'The Shining' in the Pilot for 'Slash 'Em'

Watch 'Amityville' Meet 'The Shining' in the Pilot for 'Slash 'Em'

I just received word of a new horror-comedy cartoon web series pilot that's making the rounds -- Slash 'Em. From the folks that brought you Happy Tree Friends comes this tongue-in-cheek take on tales like The Shining and The Amityville Horror. Check  out the pilot after the jump. Here's what writer Nick Lyons has to say about Slash 'Em: "I thought I'd alert you to a new horror comedy animated web series pilot episode that I wrote titled 'Slash 'Em' for Mondo Media (the company that puts out 'Happy Tree Friends'). This pilot features voice actress Amber Nash (who voices Pam on 'Archer') and several artists/animators that worked on 'Archer' as well, like Adam...

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‘Slash ‘Em’ Debuts with New Horror Comedy Animated Web Series

  • 29 May 2012
  • by HorrorNews.net
  • Horror News

Mondo Media (the company that puts out Happy Tree Friends) has juts announced a new comedy animated web series titled “Slash ‘Em” that you can check out for free online.

This pilot features voice. actress Amber Nash (who voices Pam on Archer) and several artists/animators that worked on Archer as well like Adam Toews, Kim Feigenbaum, Rod Ben, Jennifer Montes, etc.

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Check Out the Pilot for New Mondo Media Series Slash 'Em

  • 29 May 2012
  • by Doctor Gash
  • Dread Central

We got a first look at the pilot for a new animated horror/comedy short that Mondo Media would like to turn into a series. Mondo is the company that produces Happy Tree Friends and now they want to bring you Slash 'Em.

The pilot for Slash 'Em was directed by Tony Grillo who also voices a character. The rest of the cast consists of Amber Nash (the voice of Pam on tv's "Archer"), Marsha Crenshaw, Kevin Gillese. The short also features several artists and animators that worked on "Archer" as well, like Adam Toews, Kim Feigenbaum, Rod Ben and Jennifer Montes.

Take a look at this funny short below. With enough views, Mondo Media will continue to produce new episodes. Dig it!

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Got news? Click here to submit it!

Slash others in the comments section below!

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Happy Tree Friends Returns With 5th Annual Christmas Episode

  • 09 December 2011
  • by Drew Baldwin
  • Tubefilter News

Today popular animated series form Mondo MediaHappy Tree Friends returns with original Christmas episode "Clause For Concern." "Clause For Concern" marks Happy Tree Friends' 5th official Christmas-themed episode. The episode features the adorable father-son duo Pop and Cub, who set out to get into the holiday spirit with the best of intentions, until something goes horribly, horribly wrong. "We wanted to surprise our fans with this new Christmas-themed episode," Mondo Media CEO John Evershed told Tubefilter. "They have been asking about it and we are happy to spread some Happy Tree Friends holiday cheer." The series, created by Kenn Navarro and Rhode Montijo, generates over 22 million views per month on Mondo Media’s YouTube channel, Mondo Mini Shows, a top 20 YouTube channel that recently passed the 1 billion-view mark. Mondo Media was one of the nearly 100 YouTube Original Channels announced at the end of October as a part of a $100 million premium content initiative.

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Shorts Programs – Sliff Review

  • 11 November 2011
  • by Movie Geeks
  • WeAreMovieGeeks.com

Review by Wyatt Weed, Pirate Pictures

Once again, the St. Louis International Film Festival is fast approaching. Primarily sponsored by Stella Artois and now in its 20th year, the fest has really established itself as one of the best around. It will hit multiple venues around the city beginning November 10th and continue through November 20th.

This is a call, a challenge to the local filmmakers out there: Get up, put on your shoes, and go see some of these films. You owe it to your fellow filmmakers and yourself as well, because the work is amazing.

As one of the volunteers involved in assembling the shorts programs, I have to tell you, the shorts I have seen thus far are nothing less than spectacular. This past summer’s Showcase of local talent featured some of the most technically proficient pieces I have ever seen, and this years’ Sliff is

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Smosh Nabs YouTube Original Channel

  • 08 November 2011
  • by Drew Baldwin
  • Tubefilter News

Comedy duo Smosh snagged a new channel among the 96 Original Channels revealed by YouTube as a part of its premium content initiative. The new channel, Smosh Animation, is slated for launch sometime early next year, and will feature the type of comedy that has come to define Smosh—just in a different medium, says Barry Blumberg, President of Smosh and Executive Vice President at Alloy Digital, who's producing the project. "YouTube has been an amazing partner of ours for the past 6 years and their support for our new animation channel signals a new phase in our relationship," Blumberg told Tubefilter. "We are honored to be viewed by Google in the same light as Shaq and Madonna." Teen and young adult focused Smosh serves over 85 million video views each month on YouTube and Blip.tv (on Smosh.com). The Smosh channel boasts over 3.5 million Youtube subscribers, and nearly 1 billion Youtube upload

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YouTube Gives ‘Happy Tree Friends’ Creator Mondo Media Original Animation Channel

  • 01 November 2011
  • by Drew Baldwin
  • Tubefilter News

Mondo Media, the force behind online animation sensation Happy Tree Friends, scored an original channel as a part of YouTube's announcement on Friday. The new channel, New Animators, will focus on Mondo Media's core audience of teens and young adults. Mondo's hugely successful animation shows have helped its YouTube channel amass 1 billion total upload views (996,630,260 currently, with an additional 4,298,217 in German and 168,858 in Spanish). "We've already been able to amass a really big audience (billion views and counting) on YouTube around hit properties like Happy Tree Friends and Dick Figures," John Evershed, Mondo Media CEO, told Tubefilter. "Being part of the new YouTube Original Channels program will help us to launch more new, higher quality shows on a regular, higher frequency basis—all key factors in success on YouTube. Couple this with the Google TV announcement and it's pretty easy to see how this lays down the tracks for

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lonelygirl15 Creator Eqal’s Big Plans for YouTube Original Channel

  • 29 October 2011
  • by Drew Baldwin
  • Tubefilter News

We've been getting some exclusive insight from the producers behind the first wave of original programming coming from the YouTube Original Channels announcement. Eqal, the creator of YouTube sensation lonelygirl15, is launching u look haute, a channel dedicated to all things related to beauty, style and fashion for teenagers and young adults, as part of YouTube’s $100 million original content initiative. "We have taken everything we’ve learned about integrating the community into the content and created u look haute to be an interactive space for everyone who follows beauty, style and trends," Greg Goodfried, Eqal Founder and President, told Tubefilter. (Goodfried was one the esteemed panelsits in our last Tubefilter Meetup on Social Video). Since their days as content kings during the lonelygirl days, the team over at Eqal has been building influencer networks around celebrities and brands, making it the perfect match for YouTube's latest initiative catering to

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Mondo Media Joins YouTube’s Billion Views Club

  • 11 October 2011
  • by Joshua Cohen
  • Tubefilter News

If you don’t know the name Mondo Media - one of (if not) the internet’s “leading multi-platform distributors of animation for teens and young adults” that routinely garners 70 million views for its programs across its many networks - you probably most definitely do know the name of at least one of their original web series productions. The most notable is the online cartoon Happy Tree Friends, which features a familiar cute and cuddly cast of pastel-colored fluffy anthropomorphic animals with multiple lives, morbid imaginations and violent predilections. They've enticed internet audiences to click play since 1999. There’s Dick Figures, too. That’s the Mondo Media original animated web series created by the very talented Ed Skudder about two dysfunctional, wannabe fratacular, socially awkward, odd couple, stick figure friends. The show debuted in November 2010 and has already racked up over 50 million views across 21 episodes. Combine those figures with the

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American flash cartoon

Happy Tree Friends is an American adult animated web series created by Aubrey Ankrum, Rhode Montijo, and Kenn Navarro, and developed by Montijo, Navarro, and Jeremy Viet Duong for Mondo Media. The show had achieved a cult following on Mondo Media, G4 and YouTube.[1] Montijo, Navarro, Graff, Ankrum serving as showrunners.

Being an adult cartoon disguised as a kids cartoon, the series features cartoon anthropomorphic forest animals. Every episode starts out peacefully with the animals living life as normal, but a sudden event unintentionally (sometimes intentionally) caused by another animal leads to many of the characters being subjected to very extreme and cruel graphic violence.[2] Each episode revolves around the characters enduring accidental or deliberately inflicted pain, murder or mutilation.[3]



While working on Mondo Media, Rhode Montijo drew a character on a piece of scrap paper who would later become Shifty. He then drew a yellow rabbit that bore some resemblance to Cuddles, writing "Resistance is futile" underneath it on a spreadsheet poster. Rhode hung the drawing up in his workstation so other people could see his idea, and eventually the idea was pitched to and accepted by the Mondo Media executives.[4] In 1999, Mondo gave Aubrey Ankrum, Rhode Montijo, and Kenn Navarro a chance to do a short for them. They came up with a short named "Banjo Frenzy", which featured a dinosaur (an earlier version of Lumpy) killing three woodland animals, a squirrel, a rabbit, and a beaver (earlier versions of Giggles, Cuddles, and Toothy) with a banjo. From there, Mondo gave them their own Internet series, which they named Happy Tree Friends.

After its internet debut in 1999, Happy Tree Friends became an unexpected success, getting over 15 million hits each month[5] along with screenings at film festivals.[6]

Mondo Media CEO John Evershed attributes the success of the series to animator Kenn Navarro. "He had a clear vision for that show and he's just a brilliant animator. He has created something that is pretty universal. I envision kids watching Happy Tree Friends 20 or 30 years from now the same way that they watch Tom and Jerry now. So really it's Kenn Navarro."[7]

In 2014, after the episode "Dream Job" was released, Mondo Media announced plans to produce a feature film based on the series,[8][9][10] but in 2016, Kenn Navarro tweeted that he was unaware of work being done on a film, but that his team were "in talk to do more shorts". Later, when a fan asked Kenn Navarro about the film, he replied: ""a treatment that [I] and the writers did was all the work (that [I] know of) for the movie."[11][12]

Throughout December 2016, Mondo Media released five all-new episodes for purchase online.[13] Bundled as a set named "Happy Tree Friends: Still Alive", the episodes came with some additional bonus material such as background designs, animated storyboards, the animation process, and a writer's session video. Upon purchase, the buyer was allowed to download the DRM free video files to their own computer. In January 2017, Kenn Navarro tweeted "As I understand, sales were OK but fell below what was expected."[14] As of 2021, the series hasn't released any further episodes, nor been officially cancelled, placing the series in limbo.


Happy Tree Friends is a parody of a television show (e.g. Tiny Toon Adventures, Peanuts). All the characters are anthropomorphic mammals, they all (with the exception of Lumpy, Sniffles, and Buddhist Monkey) have two front buck teeth and heart-shaped noses. In early episodes, most characters played the roles of children playing childish games. However, as the series progressed, the age concept was dropped, and now characters act variously like children, teenagers, and adults in different episodes. The only characters who are unaffected by this concept are Pop and Cub, who always act like an adult and a child respectively, and characters whose roles usually are not affected by age, such as Splendid or Cro-Marmot.

At the beginning of each episode, the characters are typically found in everyday situations. However, these situations always escalate into violence, and the inevitable deaths of those involved and/or "innocent" bystanders, mostly because of very unfortunate, surprising accidents with otherwise harmless instruments. Some of the characters have mental illnesses, like Flippy, who has post-traumatic stress disorder from a war and will become a killer in certain situations (such as when balloons pop, which sounds like gunfire to him).

The show's characters sometimes appear not to notice others' deaths or injuries, despite clear indications (such as blood coming out of their mouths), or they seem to overcome their deaths (save for the web episode "Happy Trails Pt. 2," in which several funerals are held, and the first few are taken seriously). Most characters always return for the next episode, alive and uninjured.

Each episode starts with introduction credits resembling a book, which portrays the show's logo, the episode title (which is usually a pun), and the cast – and ends with an iris shot, followed by the end credits, where a (often sarcastic or ironic) moral is shown at the very end. Internet episodes have a typical duration of a maximum of four minutes. Usually only a few of the characters are used in a single episode, but occasionally longer episodes have been released in which most of the characters appear (and in one case, the entire cast [with the exception of the Buddhist Monkey, Lammy, and Mr. Pickels] have appeared). Television episodes last about half an hour, having three segments of about seven minutes each.


Main article: List of Happy Tree Friends episodes

A total of 132 segments have been released across ninety-three web episodes and the thirteen episodes (39 segments) of the television series.

Television series

Main article: Happy Tree Friends (TV series)

The television series was first shown at Comic-Con 2006, while some of the episodes were shown on the website a few weeks prior to the show's television premiere.[citation needed] The television series would premiere on September 25, 2006 at midnight on G4's late-night block, Barbed Wire Biscuit (later renamed Midnight Spank). The web series also aired on the network's animation anthology series; Happy Tree Friends and Friends and G4's Late Night Peepshow.[citation needed]

The Canadian channel Razer (now MTV2) aired the show in syndication with then-sibling television network Citytv,[15] and then OLN. Internationally, the series was broadcast on MTV in Europe and Latin America, and Animax in South Africa.[16]

Characters and cast

Main characters

  • Cuddles – A yellow rabbit who has big ears, pink cheeks, and a tiny fluff of fur on his head that looks like his tail, along with a pair of pink bunny slippers. He is sometimes shown to be rebellious and often does things that are extremely dangerous, while he is cute and cuddly at other times. He is considered to be the series' unofficial mascot and has the highest death count in the series. His deaths usually involve his body being sliced apart, vehicles, and his intestines. He is voiced by Kenn Navarro.
  • Giggles – A pink chipmunk with a small red bow on her head. She was the first female Tree Friend introduced. Her early design depicted her as a blue squirrel. Her deaths usually involve being crushed, her chest, and her head. She is generally considered a girly girl along with her best friend, Petunia. She is known for being featured as a romantically interested date of many of the show's male characters (except for Disco Bear, who she loathes) and has a moderate survival rate compared to many of the other main characters. She has been voiced by 3 actresses since her debut: Dana Belben (Season 1–2), Ellen Connell (TV Series-Season 4), and Lori Jee (for a few episodes of Season 3).
  • Lumpy – A blue moose with mismatched antlers. He is extremely dim-witted, which often leads to the deaths of many other characters and sometimes his own, but ironically, he has had more jobs than any of the other Tree Friends. His early design in Banjo Frenzy portrayed him as a dinosaur instead of a moose, and also presented him as quick to anger and having murderous tendencies, both of which were removed with his first appearance in the series proper. He is the tallest of the main characters, and is one of two main characters to not use the basic body shape. He is usually portrayed as an adult, or at least older than the other characters. He is usually considered as the show's main character, as he has appeared in the most episodes, had the most starring roles, has the most occupations of any character, survived more often than most of the other main characters, and has killed more characters than any other character. Most of his kills are unintentional and a result of his stupidity, although he has also been shown to either lack taking responsibility for those accidental deaths or has even intentionally killed some. When he dies, his deaths often involve machinery, animals, and his own mistakes. He was first voiced by Rhode Montijo (Season 1–2) and is currently voiced by David Winn (Season 2-4).
  • Toothy – A purple beaver with freckles and huge buckteeth unlike the others (hence the name "Toothy"). He is friends with Cuddles. His deaths mostly pertain to his eyes and sharp objects. Many people consider him the most undeveloped character in the show or a "redshirt". He is voiced by Warren Graff.
  • Nutty – A jittery green squirrel with a crazy candy fetish, a constant act of giggling, and a candy outfit consisting of three lollipops on his head and a candy cane on his chest. He is shown to be quite obsessive to anything made of artificial sugar, especially candy, and goes to great heights to try to get them at often the expense of himself or others. Eating sugar makes him experience an exaggerated sugar rush. He has one small black pupil on his left eye, while his right, which is afflicted by a case of lazy eye, has a green iris (much like the eyes of Flippy's bad side). His deaths usually involve his mouth, getting impaled, crushed, split apart, or shredded, and breathing problems. He is voiced by Michael "Lippy" Lipman.
  • Flippy – A green bear with a soldier uniform bearing an army sergeant insignia. He is a war veteran with a severe case of post-traumatic stress disorder. He is normally a friendly and outgoing character, but whenever he sees or hears anything that reminds him of war, he flips out (hence the name "Flippy"), thinking he is still in the middle of warfare with nobody but enemy combatants, which generally results in him murdering most or all characters around him. This alter ego is known as "Fliqpy" (as the first "p" in his name is flipped horizontally into a "q") or "Evil Flippy". He is one of the most popular characters in the series and has the highest intentional kill count. He rarely dies in the series, but when he does, his deaths usually involve vehicles, machinery, and explosions, and these deaths mostly happen either when he is in his good side or in self-defense by Lumpy. He is voiced by Kenn Navarro, while his evil self Fliqpy is voiced by Aubrey Ankrum, who also provided the voice of his good side up until 2005.
  • Flaky – A red, nervous porcupine with spiny dandruff on her quills (hence the name "Flaky"). She is a paranoid tomboy with an extreme fear of dying and frequent tendency to laugh nervously, although it hasn't often stopped her from willingly participating in activities with her friends. She is one of the most popular characters in the series given her often understandably cowardly personality due to how easily the characters can die in the series. For a long time, Flaky's gender was never made clear, but hints have leaned towards her being female. Eventually, Kenn Navarro comfirmed that Flaky is female.[17] Her deaths usually involve getting skinned, burned, or even eaten, and can also involve animals. She is voiced by Nica Lorber.
  • Handy – An orange beaver with amputated hands that are wrapped in bandages (which he is ironically named after), a tool belt, and a yellow hard hat. His amputated hands cause him trouble that often frustrates him, and his disabilities result in the death of either him or other Tree Friends. He is the Tree Friend that most often does construction work, which he manages to do without trouble as long as it is off screen. He also briefly had boots. His deaths usually involve glass, his organs, impalement, being cut in half, and his head. He is voiced by Warren Graff.
  • Petunia – A blue skunk with a pink flower head accessory and a tree air freshener necklace. She is generally considered a girly girl along with her best friend, Giggles. In later seasons, she has a severe case of obsessive–compulsive disorder and has an unhealthy need to keep everything clean. Her deaths usually involve her head and household appliances. She has been voiced by 3 actresses since her debut: Dana Belben (Season 1–2), Ellen Connell (Season 3–4, TV Series), and Lori Jee (for a few episodes of Season 3).
  • Disco Bear – A golden bear with an afro and '70s-style clothing. In most episodes, he is seen flirting with mainly Giggles and Petunia, who he fails at flirting with given their dislikes and even ridicules of him. He is also shown to have extreme health issues despite his high frequency to dance. His deaths usually involve his head, his eyes, and explosions. He is voiced by Peter Hermann.
  • Mime – A purple deer with a white-colored painted face and striped shirt. He means to be entertaining, but results in others around him getting killed or getting self-killed. He is often seen riding a unicycle while juggling. Being a mime, he does not talk, which normally results in the Tree Friend he is communicating with not understanding him, which in some cases causes many deaths. For example, in the television episode "Who's to Flame?", he tries to tell the fire department that the house is burning down, but since they are talking over the phone, Lumpy the firefighter is unable to understand him before hanging up. Later, seeing more firefighters, the Mime tries to communicate with them using body motions, but they still do not understand. His deaths usually involve his head, metallic objects, machinery, and vehicles. His rare instances of audible noises (such as choking or gagging) are provided by Sarah Castelblanco.
  • Splendid – A blue flying squirrel with a red superhero mask. As a superhero, he ironically causes only harm and destruction given his poor management of his extraordinary powers and his constant refusal to take responsibility for the deaths he caused. He bears some similarities to Superman, such as his weakness being a green crystalline acorn known as Kryptonut (a parody of Kryptonite) in the television episode "Gems the Breaks", which is also his only onscreen death. His archenemy is an evil doppelgänger of himself known as Splendont. He was first voiced by Rhode Montijo (Season 1–2) and is currently voiced by David Winn (TV Series–Season 4).
  • Russell – A teal sea otter. While he has the appearance of a stereotypical pirate and the pirate catchphrase "Yar!", he is not actually a pirate and is more often seen doing innocent water-related activities such as fishing or sailing. His deaths are usually by vehicles, sharp objects, or nautical-themed incidents, such as being eaten by an orca, impaled through his eye socket on his own ship's mast, or speared through the mouth by a swordfish. He was first voiced by Jeff Biancalana (Season 1–2) and is currently voiced by Francis Carr (TV Series–Season 4).
  • The Mole – A blind purple mole with black glasses, a purple turtleneck sweater, a cane, and a mole near his nose. Due to his blindness, some of his actions get him and the other Tree Friends killed. He often does things blind people should not be doing, such as reading and driving and also holds various occupations that require sight that he often screws up. In his spinoff episode, his archenemy was a noir-type rat villain simply known as The Rat. He rarely dies, but when he does, his deaths usually involve his head, getting impaled or crushed, explosions, and losses of body parts. Unlike other characters, he is not voiced by an actor.
  • Lifty and Shifty – Two green raccoons who steal whatever they can when possible and cackle together when they find valuable objects to take in the expense of others. Shifty wears a dark green fedora, and Lifty does not. Shifty was the first Tree Friend to be created, way before Cuddles. Even though they are brothers, they often argue, and one brother is prone to turning his back on the other in favor of the loot, but it always end up backfiring, as the double-crossing brother suffers a karmic death as a result. They have the lowest survival rates of all the characters as they almost always seem to get their comeuppance. Their deaths usually involve machines, vehicles, being mashed together or sliced apart, impalement, and heat. Both were initially voiced by Mark Giambruno (Season 1–2) and are currently portrayed by Kenn Navarro (TV Series–Season 4).
  • Sniffles – A brainy blue anteater with big glasses and a mouth on his snout. He is the smartest character in the Happy Tree Friends series, but sometimes lacks common sense. He makes many inventions, but these tend to backfire at inopportune times, sometimes resulting in his death or the death of other characters. He often attempts to eat a family of ants, who manage to save themselves while killing their natural predator in some of the most graphic and sadistic ways possible. His deaths usually involve his tongue, head, limbs, and organs. He is voiced by Liz Stuart.
  • Pop and Cub – Two tan father-and-son bears. Pop wears a robe and is always seen smoking a tobacco pipe, while Cub wears a diaper and a beanie with a propeller. Cub has appeared without Pop in some episodes and vice versa. Although well-meaning to his son, Pop usually causes unintentional misfortune to his son casually or negligently, ending with Cub and others injured or dead – sometimes this negligence gets himself killed as well. When he witnesses his son's death and isn't being negligent, however, he does break down due to these events. Other times it is Cub that gets himself into danger. The father has a high survival rate compared to many of the show's other characters. Pop is voiced by Aubrey Ankrum; Cub has been voiced by 3 actresses since his debut: Dana Belben (Season 1-2), Ellen Connell (Season 2-4), and Lori Jee (for 1 episode of Season 3), which are the same voice actresses for Giggles and Petunia.
  • Lammy – A purple sheep with a purple bow and a white sweater representing her wool. Introduced in Q2 2010, she has a supposedly imaginary friend named Mr. Pickels, a sentient pickle who apparently enjoys brutally murdering those around her, ruining her chances to develop full friendships with other people (however, Mr. Pickels' actual sentience is still ambiguous). She is voiced by Renée T. MacDonald.
  • Mr. Pickels – A pickle with a top hat and mustache. He acts similar to Evil Flippy, due to his tendency of violently killing anyone nearby simply for his own enjoyment. He is also Lammy's "imaginary friend" that only she can see in animated form. However, in the web episode "Royal Flush", Giggles is able to see him, in which he also manages to single-handedly kill Flaky. At first, Lammy thinks of him as nice, but he then starts causing chaos, such as from ripping the head off of Petunia's teddy bear to running over Handy with his own truck in their debut appearances in the web episode "A Bit of a Pickle".
  • Cro-Marmot – A yellow-green marmot who wears a leopard-skin loincloth and holds a brown club. He is frozen in an giant block of ice and lives in an igloo in a giant snow-globe in the forest. Despite being frozen, he can perform many tasks when off-screen. He often drives around in an ice cream truck. The only episode where he is not frozen is "Dino-Sore Days", as this episode takes place in prehistoric times. He rarely dies in the series, but when he does, his deaths usually involve heat, disasters, or being eaten. Like Mime and The Mole, he is not voiced by an actor.

Minor Characters

  • Buddhist Monkey – A yellow Buddhist monk monkey who has appeared in three episodes, "Enter the Garden", "Books of Fury", and "Three Courses of Death". His enemies, the Generic Tree Ninjas, are bears that try to destroy what he cherishes. He is voiced by Jeff Biancalana.
  • Generic Tree Friends - Black characters who are often used in masses.
  • Truffles - A bluish-gray boar. He makes his debut in the episode "A Bit of a Pickle", but most prominently appears in ''Clause for Concern". While he is not a main character, he has been killed in two episodes, by Lumpy in "All in Vein" and Flippy in "By the Seat of your Pants". It was officially stated that he is a bully, indicating that he could be an anti-hero.


In other media

Fall Out Boy's 2007 music video for their song "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" was directed by Kenn Navarro and stars characters from the series. The band members also make a cameo as animated characters.[18]

A video game titled Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm was released on June 25, 2008. It was developed by Stainless Games and Sega for Xbox Live Arcade on the Xbox 360 and the PC.[19] There was also an iOS game titled Happy Tree Friends: Deadeye Derby, released in 2014.


A spin-off series called Ka-Pow! aired in September 2008 and is an anthology of action-oriented stories starring The Mole, Flippy, Splendid, and Buddhist Monkey. A total of six episodes have been produced.

In 2014, Kenn Navarro created D_Void, a show similar to Happy Tree Friends; only 2 episodes had been produced for the series. The 2 episodes of D_Void were later uploaded to the Mondo Media YouTube channel in the summer of 2020.[20]

See also


  1. ^While the latest official episode "In Over Your Hedge" was uploaded for purchase, it was not made available for free until December 24, 2018.


  1. ^Humphrey, Michael (November 11, 2011). "Mondo Interview: Happy Tree Friends Join Eminem, RWJ In YouTube's Billion Views Club". Forbes.
  2. ^"Happy Tree Friends: Season 1". Metacritic.com. CBS Interactive Inc. Retrieved September 12, 2013.
  3. ^Horn, Jesse (December 10, 2010). "Happy Tree Friends". Interview with Mondo Media CEO John Evershed. Oddities Magazine. Retrieved February 7, 2013.
  4. ^"Gruesome fun with Happy Tree Friends". G4tv.com. June 22, 2005. Retrieved June 9, 2014.
  5. ^"The Kenn Commandments". coldhardflash.com. April 5, 2005. Retrieved April 9, 2005.
  6. ^Citia. "2003 Official Selection, film". Annecy.org. Retrieved March 25, 2014.
  7. ^
  8. ^"Mondo Announces Feature Film Plans for 'Happy Tree Friends,' 'Dick Figures' and 'Deep Space 69'". cartoonbrew.com.
  9. ^"'Happy Tree Friends' Movie Leads Three-Film Slate For Mondo Media". Tubefilter.
  10. ^"FEATURE FILMS ‹ Home Plate Entertainment". homeplateentertainment.com.
  11. ^Kenn Navarro [@ChainKnuckle] (August 23, 2016). "@SpringtrapTrap As far as I know, there's no work being done on an HTF movie but we are in talks to do more shorts. Stay tuned..." (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  12. ^"QA – Happy Tree Friends – Mondo". mondomedia.com.
  13. ^"Happy Tree Friends: Still Alive". htf.mondomedia.com. Retrieved November 28, 2017.
  14. ^Kenn Navarro [@ChainKnuckle] (January 16, 2017). "@BL00DYKILLS As I understand, sales were OK but fell below what was expected. 😔" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  15. ^"CityTV.com". Archived from the original on June 18, 2008.
  16. ^"Mondo Media Gaining Revenue from International Licensing". Beet.tv. March 9, 2010. Archived from the original on April 18, 2013.
  17. ^"QA - Happy Tree Friends". Mondo Media.
  18. ^Rowe, Abigail. "Would You Watch A Happy Tree Friends Movie? The Scary Aughts Revival Is Coming". NYU Local. Retrieved November 22, 2015.
  19. ^"Sega announces Happy Tree Friends False Alarm". sega.com. February 2007. Retrieved September 15, 2007.
  20. ^https://mondomedia.com/channel/D_Void

External links

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy_Tree_Friends

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