Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf
Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf is a Chinese animated anime-influenced television series created by animation director Huang Weiming and produced by Creative Power Entertaining. The show is about a group of goats living on the Green Green Grassland and a clumsy wolf who wants to eat them.
The cartoon became enormously popular with Chinese schoolchildren after its debut in 2005. Cashing in on the cartoon's success, the producer made an animated feature film in 2009. It generated a box office revenue of 79 million yuan (approx. US $11.5 million) during Chinese New Year that year. It is aired on over 40 local TV stations, including Zhejiang Television, CCTV and Aniworld Satellite Television, Hong Kong's TVB and Taiwan's Momo Kids. The show was also aired in India, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia and North America. As of 2011, an English dub has been aired in Taiwan. In 2010, Disney gained the license to broadcast the show on their Disney Channels. Alpha terminated the contract with Disney before the expiration date in September 2016 at the expense of US$2 million, thus Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf has had nothing to do with Disney since then.
A group of school-age goats lives and plays in the aptly-titled Goat Village. Weslie is the smart and positive hero who leads the goats. Paddi loves to eat and sleep. Sparky is The Big Guy who's strong and likes to exercise. Sparky has a crush on Tibbie, a sweet and emotional goat who always cares about her own fashion and appearance. Jonie is the kind and sensible class president. Mr. Slowy is the old, slow village chief who teaches the children life lessons and also creates inventions to help them.
Creative Power Entertaining Directors Group
HDTV 1080i (2010s-present)
Creative Power Entertaining
August 3, 2005 – present