Adventures of Donkey Ollie are 13 children programs which follow the loving Donkey Ollie as he interacts with children and animals through the bible lands.
Ollie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss is a television comedy film written by Jean Shepherd and directed by Dick Bartlett, based on the 1968 short story by Shepherd. A satire of childhood recollections of annual family vacations, the film follows the Parker family as they travel to a Michigan lakeside camp, the eponymous Haven. It was a co-production of The Disney Channel and PBS, and aired in that order, and was released on video.
Kukla, Fran and Ollie is an early American television show using puppets, originally created for children but soon watched by more adults than children. It did not have a script and was entirely ad-libbed. It first aired from 1947 to 1957.
The Australian co-production of Sesame Street, that aired on Nick Jr. though the Open Sesame programming in commercial breaks from 2004 until it was removed, along with Open Sesame in 2011, with 35 segments. It features Ollie singing songs or interacting with small children.
Ox Tales is an animated television series produced by Telecable Benelux B.V., Tele-Image Japan Inc. and Meander Studio in association with Saban Entertainment. It was a Japanese-Dutch co-production based on a Dutch comic strip "Boes" created by Wil Raymakers and Thijs Wilms. The series ran on the Japanese network TV Tokyo from April 7, 1987–March 29, 1988. It consists of 102 12 minute episodes, however these were usually transmitted as double deliveries in 24 minute slots of 51 shows. The series has been aired in many countries outside Japan and has been dubbed and subtitled in English and numerous other languages. The plot follows the adventures of Ollie the Ox as he runs The Funny Farm, containing possibly every creature known, with his best friend Jack the Turtle while narrated by a sarcastic Toucan. Ox Tales still continues to appear as a column strip in several Dutch daily and weekly newspapers.