|"Stupid city 😈"|
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|Genre:||Animated series, Fantasy, Comedy|
|Created by:||Crappy g|
|Voices of:|| Gree G.|
Seann William Scott
|Theme music composer:|| Randy Newman |
Thomas Newman (Season 16 and Gree's 3rd Movie only)
|Country of origin:||United States|
|No. of seasons:||24|
|No. of episodes:||233 (List of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s):||John Lasseter|
|Running time:||22 minutes|
|Production company(s):||Cartoon Network|
|Picture format:|| 480i (SDTV)|
Gree City is an American animated television series created and produced at Sony Pictures Television and Cartoon Network and Boulder Media by animator Gree G.. It first premiered on the MTV on April 25, 1985, as a first episode Gree Guy's Nightmares, which led to a series of half-hour episodes. The series aired on MTV and its affiliates worldwide, except in Canada where it has aired on English and Francophone Teletoon networks due to Ca.
- Main article: History of Gree City
Gree City were conceived in the lobby of Terry Ward's office by Gree G.. He was asked to do a series of animated shorts, and decided to do his Gree Comic series; but since he realized that animating Gr
ee Comic would require the rescinding of publication rights for his life's work, he chose another approach and formulated his version of a dysfunctional family. He named the characters after his own family, and substituted Geo Guy for his own name; as it was an anagram of 'keo'.
Gree City first appeared to the world on May 25, 1977 by Universal Press Syndicate. Gree submitted crudely drawn sketches of Gree Guy and his friends to the animators, assuming they would clean them up in production. However, the animators just re-traced over his drawings; that is why Gree City appear crudely drawn in the comics. UK: 20th Century Fox.. In 1985, a team of production companies adapted Gree City into a half-hour primetime series, for the American Broadcasting Company. ABC was initially nervous to air Gree City; as there hasn't been a cartoon in primetime since Mr. Men and Little Miss, and that they were unsure if they could keep the audience's attention for the duration of the episode. They proposed doing three seven-minute shorts and four specials until the audience adjusted, but the producers gambled for thirteen half-hour episodes for the series. Gree City was originally to premiere in the fall of 1984; with "Gree Guy VS. Geo's World," but when the episode came back from animation in Korea, it had major, major problems with it. Terry Ward was extremely dissatisfied with the product and called for many parts of the episode to be redone. The producers then decided to just go ahead and air "Gree Guy's Nightmares," on April 25, 1985
Through the entire show's history, Gree G. and Terry Ward have served as the show's executive producers. Gabriel Garcia was also in this position, although was not credited. When Garcia left in 1989, he arranged a deal to be credited as executive producer as well as get profits even though he no longer works on the show
The first team of writers for Gree City were assembled by Gabriel Garcia. These were: John Lasseter, Joe Ranft, Andrew Stanton, Pete Doctor, Phil Roman, Tim Hill, John France and Ulises Tobar. Newer Gree City writing teams usually have 16 writers and episode ideas are thought of and proposed in early April. The main writer writes the first draft and the group changes it, adding in jokes and removing parts they don't like. This can sometimes change a script entirely. Up until 2004, the head of these groups was George Meyer, who apparently wrote lots of the best lines from episodes. But the idea of all this came from the magic hand of Gree G. who invented the pictures
- Main article: List of episodes
This is a list of episodes from the MTV animated television series Gree City. The series premiered on April 25, 1985. A total of 81 half-hour episodes were produced.
|Season||Episodes||Season Premiere||Season Finale|| Production|
|DVD Release Date|
|Pilot||1||March 30, 1985||J9Rxx||N/A|
|1||7||April 25, 1985||December 5, 1985||September 11, 2000 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|2||7||January 31, 1986||May 16, 1986||J0Fxx|
|3||7||April 28, 1987||July 21, 1987||J1Fxx|
|4||7||January 21, 1988||May 6, 1988||J2Fxx|
|5||7||April 28, 1989||August 1, 1989||J3Fxx||March 6, 2001 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|6||6||October 11, 1990||November 15, 1990||J4Fxx|
|7||7||September 19, 1991||October 31, 1991||J5Fxx|
|8||7||May 14, 1992||August 20, 1992||AAB1xx|
|9||8||September 15, 1993||December 22, 1993||BAB1xx||May 5, 2001 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|Film||1||December 23, 1993||Not Available|| May 6, 1998 (DVD)|
July 14, 2001 (Blu-Ray and DVD)
October 8, 2011 (Blu-Ray)
|10||7||May 4, 1994||September 12, 1994||CAB1xx||March 18, 2002 (Regions 1)|
|11||7||March 13, 1995||December 7, 1995||DAB1xx||May 3, 2003 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|Film||1||Febraury 1995||Not Available|| February 18, 2006 (Blu-Ray)|
December 12, 2011 (DVD and Blu-Ray)
|12||9||March 6, 1996||December 21, 1996||EAB1xx||December 26, 2003 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|Film||1||December 28, 1996||Not Available|| December 21, 2001 (DVD)|
September 16, 2002 (Blu-Ray and DVD)
November 29, 2011 (Blu-Ray)
|13||7||April 27, 1997||June 8, 1997||FAB1xx||November 4, 2004 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|14||7||May 1, 1998||August 28, 1998||GAB1xx||May 18, 2005 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|15||7||April 2, 1999||June 24, 1999||HAB1xx||November 28, 2006 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|16||7||July 22, 2000||May 5, 2000||JAB1xx||December 21, 2007 (Regions 1)|
|17||7||September 20, 2001||December 13, 2001||KAB1xx||August 3, 2008 (Regions 1)|
|Film||1||December 24, 2001||Not Available|| February 18, 2006 (Blu-Ray)|
December 12, 2011 (DVD and Blu-Ray)
|18||7||March 30, 2002||December 24, 2002||LAB1xx||July 9, 2009 (Regions 1)|
|19||7||July 20, 2003||August 14, 2003||MAB1xx||November 25, 2010 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|20||21||September 28, 2004||May 17, 2005||NAB1xx||January 20, 2010 (Regions 1 & 4)|
|Film||1||September 18, 2005||Not Available||February 14, 2009 (DVD and Blu-Ray)|
|21||23||September 27, 2005||May 23, 2006||PAB1xx||May 12, 2011|
|22||21||September 27, 2006||May 23, 2007||RAB1xx||To Be Announced|
|23||23||September 26, 2007||May 22, 2008||SAB1xx||To Be Announced|
|Film||1||New Year's Eve, 2008||Not Available||March 28, 2011 (DVD and Blu-Ray)|
|24||5||January 5, 2009||August 5, 2012||TAB1xx||To Be Announced|
|25||TBA||2013||2013||?AB1xx||To Be Announced|
|Film||1||July 28, 2013||Not Available||To Be Announced|
- Main article: List of Films
There are 5 films based on the American animated television series, Gree City. Later, there will be going to have 6 or 9 films.
===Gree's 1st Movie (1993)===
Gree's 1st Movie, is a first animated feature-length film based on MTV's hit TV show, Gree City. It was released in the United States on December 23, 1993. It was distributed in Switzerland, Spain, and Netherlands by 20th Century Fox. On October 8, 2011, Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios released the movie on Blu-Ray.
Gree City The Movie (1995)Edit
Gree City The Movie or Gree City Movie, The, is the original movie made by Ulises. Based on the original Sony Wonder's Greeny Phatom The Movie
Gree's 2nd Movie (1996)Edit
Gree's 2nd Movie is the sequel to Gree's 1st Movie, released in 1996. It was produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures in Worldwide and 20th Century Fox in U.S., U.K., Netherlands, Sweden, and Spain (also Chile.). This film was directed by John Lasseter and Gree G., and produced by Andrew Stanton. The movie was released in December 28, 1996.
Gree's 3rd Movie (2001)Edit
Gree's 3rd Movie is Gree City's third animated movie from 2001. produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures and 20th Century Fox. This movie is directed by Andrew Stanton, screenplay by Phil Lord, produced by Gree G. and Andrew Stanton This film was rated G.
Gree's 4th Movie (2004)Edit
Gree's 4th Movie is Gree City's fouth animated movie from 2004. produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures and 20th Century Fox. This film was directed by Gree G. and Pete Doctor, and produced by John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton.
Gree's 5th Movie (2007)Edit
Gree's 5th Movie is Gree City's fifth animated movie from 2007. produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures and 20th Century Fox. This film was directed by Andrew Stanton and Gree G., and produced by Pete Doctor. This film features all the pixar pals to save Little Guy.
Gree's Big Movie (2012)Edit
Gree's Big Movie is Gree City's best animated motion picture event from Sony Pictures Animation, Pixar, Walt Disney Pictures, and 20th Century Fox.
Gree's Thirteenth Year of Being a Mermaid is Gree City's second animated film in the year 2012. It was produced by Sony Pictures Animation and Pixar Animation Studios. And distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and Sony Pictures Releasing.
Gree's 6th Movie (2013)Edit
Gree's 6th Movie is a Upcoming Gree City film and the sixth film was going to released in July 28, 2013. Gree G. is going to directed the film.
Gree's 7th Movie (2018)Edit
Gree's 7th Movie is an upcoming film in 2018. Gree G. said "There are 9 films of Gree City and now here's the 7th film of my collection, It's a prequel of Gree's 1st Movie, Gree Guy will come back to World of Geo".