[Anime]Shaun the Sheep

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Anime total pnts rank Rank 2,077in 6,762 titlesTotal 9 / Deviation 49.00
Anime rank of 2007 Rank 78in 207 titles
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Character/Setting2.00(Very good)1
Graphic2.00(Very good)1
Music2.00(Very good)1
Story2.00(Very good)1
Voice/Actor0.00(Normal)1
Enjoyed100%1/1
Interesting100%1/1
Funny100%1/1
Sexy0%0/1
Cute0%0/1
Hot heart0%0/1
Brave0%0/1
Shed tears0%0/1
Sad0%0/1
Beautiful0%0/1
Romantic0%0/1
Moral0%0/1
Scareful0%0/1
Friendship0%0/1
Made me think0%0/1
Shocked0%0/1
Cool0%0/1
Learned something0%0/1
Impressed0%0/1
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A premise of the series is that Shaun the sheep exhibits human intelligence, creativity, and behaviour in a farm setting, which usually provides a situational comedy conflict which Shaun must resolve before the end of each episode. Recurring themes include the characters evading the sheepdog Bitzer (though he is sometimes with the sheep in their escapades) and avoiding discovery by the Farmer. In the first episode, a stray cabbage bouncing into the field provokes an impromptu football game. In the second episode, a freezing cold sheep dip sends Shaun on a commando raid to get hot water from the Farmer's bathtub.

Episodes are a combination of slapstick and classic silent comedy in Aardman's recognisable animation style. There is no spoken dialogue, even by human characters. In this way it is reminiscent of silent comedy films and even Pingu and the animated version of Mr. Bean.

Based on the theme-song, a longer CD-version was released under the title "Life's A Treat", performed by Vic Reeves,

This story has the part which was created by referencing Wikipedia, so the licence of GFDL is applied to this story.
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Nick Park
Tatsuya Ishii
Japan Released:2007/04/08(Sun) NHK-Kyoiku(ETV) TV / End:2007/06/24
Japan Released:2010/10/03(Sun) 07:00- NHK-Kyoiku(ETV) TV
Outside Japan :Released:2007/03/04
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