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Gavilan was a non-hit wonder that came and went very quickly. The last three never were seen. Even now I do not believe any are available.
Still, it was a spy-series of sorts so it belongs here. Ken Thurston, A Man Called X , came into our living rooms to enthrall us with over episodes on the radio and then a few years later on TV with 39 more.
Very well crafted and wonderfully acted, these remain a treasure today and the radio episodes are delightfully still available on several sites dedicated to Old Time Radio.
The Reluctant Spy is the series title given us even though the series is really about two main characters. I believe the reluctant one is John Henry.
His sometime partner in excitement is Melody Fuller. BTW your link is to the first one. Like I said earlier, it looks very, very good - hope it gets the private funding to get made fully.
Do you think this will make a good movie? Contact D-Lux. But like in a lot of your videos there's way too much emphasis on fight scenes.
The show's conception came from the rise of girl band and female singers in the music industry. Wanting to capitalize on the niche, David Michel and Vincent Chalvon-Demersay put their idea into development, which later shifted into production within a year.
According to Michel, the series' animation style was intended to incorporate anime influences. Using a panel of judges, 20 demo videos were selected and the winners were selected based on the strength of their performance and the show's viewers.
The band was selected and released a single in the spring of , through EMI. According to managing director Dirk Fabarius, "The plan is to eventually create an entire album and establish and promote Totally Spies as a real band.
It was announced in the spring of that the series would air in the autumn on ABC Family , and would be distributed to the European countries in the following year.
In an interview with WorldScreen. He said that the characters are heavily inspired by the movie Clueless and wanted to mix that with a James Bond format.
When they first pitched the show, it had a moderate response, but when the first season was broadcast, the Charlie's Angels film came out, and suddenly the market was full of girl show properties.
According to an article "Achieving a Global Reach on Children's Cultural Markets" by Valerie-Ines de la Ville and Laurent Durup, the series was originally designed to reach an American audience, but has garnered appeal from its humor "based on a stereotypical European vision of American references" while "appearing to be original and innovative to the U.
Producer and artistic director Stephane Berry said that the style "is a melting between the American style, which associates action and comedy, and Japanese design for the aesthetic environment and the emotions expressed through the large eyes of the characters.
The head writers for the show were Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux who were based in Los Angeles, and who had worked on Nickelodeon shows.
Demersay and Stephane Berry had both previously worked with Saban entertainment in Europe. Following the end of the fifth season, the series's movie, Totally Spies!
The Movie , was produced and released to theatres in France on 22 July The movie received a television release in the United States, on April 25 the following year, coinciding with the airing of the series' fifth season there.
In August , Marathon Media confirmed that production for the sixth season was underway and set to premiere in It was later confirmed that 26 episodes would be produced and that the show would be licensed in Spain and Latin America, with European territories following suit.
In , the show was revived for a sixth season, premiering at an event at the Palace of Versailles. Twenty-six episodes were broadcast on French television and networks across Europe starting in September 4, The Movie and the show's spin off The Amazing Spiez!
The show aired its sixth season in France and is being broadcast around Europe. Season 5 started airing in and season six the following year in It was also briefly aired on its sister channel, Pop Girl.
Joly Herman of Common Sense Media gave the series a mixed review, rating the show 3 out of 5 stars and writing that "We think it's a decent show to catch once in a while, but anything more regular might give viewers the like, slightest headache.
The trio does their best to balance the fun of being in the espionage game without it being too risky. The show was also described as risky because it had targeted girls with a genre typically associated with boys' shows and that it was animated when the girls were more interested in live shows.