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cambridge bec vantage 2 students book with answersNico the Goat Nico the Goat was a television production (1958–59) based on the character that was broadcast on the American television network, CBS. It was produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), directed by Norman McLaren, and narrated by actor John Collier. Production Nico the Goat was the second television production of the NFB. The first, The Picnic, had been broadcast on CBC in 1953. It was announced that NBC would be the other network to air a television show from the NFB, and that it would be a show similar to The Picnic. The show was made in Toronto with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Culture, Communications and Tourism, which also provided much of the funding for the NFB's production. It was an attempt to capitalize on Canada's centennial celebrations in 1958. Filming Filming started in early 1958. Some of the locations included the Petrie House at Victoria College, the University of Toronto, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, the Toronto Transit Commission's Harbour Ferry Terminal on Toronto's Port Union waterfront, and the Prudential Building in downtown Toronto. Cast The lead character was a goat named "Nico", who was voiced by Canadian stage actress and voiceover artist Patsy Ruth Miller, who had already become famous as the voice of Daffy Duck on the Canadian television series, Donald's Quack Attic. The goat was played by a young girl named Diana Young, who at the time was a final-year high-school student at Toronto's Northcote Collegiate Institute. The rest of the cast included: Vic Shantz as "Mr. Steeples" Elizabeth Biggs as "Mrs. Steeples" Michael Cole as "Mr. Lavallée" Helen Doig as "Mrs. Lavallée" Philip Anthony as "Mr. Hatley" Brenda Smith as "Mrs. Hatley" John Collier as "Nico" The broadcast The show was broadcast on CBC Television on March 23, 1959 and later on CBS on September 27, 1958. It was repeated at 3:00 AM on Sundays on CBS's Westinghouse Studio One, the first hour-long live-action show broadcast on the network. A rebroadcast of this show was broadcast on August 15, 1973 on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and that rebroad









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