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Corduroy is a Canadian-Chinese animated children's TV series based on Don Freeman's 1968 children's book Corduroy and its 1978 follow-up A Pocket for Corduroy. It originally aired for one season on Canadian TVOKids and U.S. PBS Kids' Bookworm Bunch in 2000, before it got cancelled along with Elliot Moose. The show consists of 26 10-minute stories, which were broadcast in pairs as 13 21-minute episodes. The story is set in New York City and follows the teddy bear Corduroy (whose personality is similar to a pre-school child) and his best friend Lisa, an American schoolgirl of Jamaican heritage. All Corduroy episodes were officially released onto YouTube in April 2013 on Treehouse TV's channel.
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