animated series Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends © Cartoon Network
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Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Mac's mom forces him to "outgrow" his imaginary friend Bloo, so he places him in a mansion where other imaginary friends can be adopted by new boys and girls. Sad that he might never see his friend again, Mac convinces the owner to an arrangement: Bloo won't be put up for adoption as long as Mac visits every day. While at the mansion, Mac also makes friends with some of the other residents there.

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The conflict between computer animation and traditional animation has often come down to the argument of quality hand-drawn style vs. fluid movement. As a Flash cartoon, Foster's Home has the...
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I've been waiting for this to come out on DVD so I could see what the fuss was about: and I was not disappointed. This is a very imaginative...
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This is a great little show. The art is really nice and the characters are fun. How rare is it these days to find something on TV that both feels...
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I've only seen a few of the episodes, but all the ones I watched were pretty good. The show has interesting little stories, good characters, and the animation looks...
Created by: Cartoon Network
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Grey DeLisle ... Frances Foster
Keith Ferguson ... Bloo
Tom Kane ... Mr. Herriman
Tom Kenny ... Eduardo
Phil LaMarr ... Wilt
Sean Marquette ... Mac
Candi Milo ... Cheese
Tara Strong ... Terrence
Directed by: Craig McCracken
Produced by: Vince Aniceto, Mike Moon and Jennifer Pelphrey
Executive Producers: Craig McCracken and Brian A. Miller
Writing Credits: Lauren Faust, Craig Lewis, Timothy McKeon, Adam Pava and Amy Rogers
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