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Thursday, May 25, 2017

"MUSTARD PANCAKES" Breaking Glass Revives Beloved Children's TV Series In Anticipation Of Full-Length Feature Release


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Philadelphia, PA, May 16, 2017--Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired World Rights to the award-winning children’s series MUSTARD PANCAKES starring beloved children’s entertainer Courtney Campbell. Breaking Glass acquired World Rights to the series in a deal negotiated between Breaking Glass CEO Rich Wolff and producer Joel Wertman. Breaking Glass will be re-releasing the 39 episodes of this successful series on Amazon Prime in anticipation of the upcoming feature film revival of the concept. Breaking Glass will be bringing the entire series to market for the Marche du Film at the Cannes Film Festival.

MUSTARD PANCAKES is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Dove “Family Approved” Seal, and the Dove “Faith Approved” Seal. The show had also been rated #1 by Nielsen Ratings.

Along with Campbell, MUSTARD PANCAKES also stars Frank Meschkuleit, Trish Leeper, and Lee Armstrong The series’ production team includes Producers Karen Wong, and Executive Producers Liza Perel and Joel Wertman.

MUSTARD PANCAKES features renowned children’s entertainer Courtney Campbell, and her cat and dog puppet friends as they experience everyday life situations, and illustrate, through a gentle and humorous manner, how children can resolve or appreciate each situation. The series promotes the wonder and excitement of everyday life with positive themes and messages for young viewers.

Courtney Campbell is an award-winning singer, songwriter, master storyteller, writer, and musician. She travels world-wide giving concerts and workshops for children, families, teachers, and parents. Courtney is also the creator, co-writer, and star of the award-winning children's TV/DVD series Mustard Pancakes.

“We are extremely happy to bring Mustard Pancakes to the digital community after its successful run on PBS”, said Rich Wolf, CEO of Breaking Glass. “A new generation of young fans will delight in the songs and antics of the characters. A MP feature film is in development which will have a theatrical launch.”

“Mustard Pancakes has always been, and continues to be to this day, a labor of love”, said producer Joel Wertman. “The goal of this series is to make a difference in the lives of children, and I am proud to bring this venerable series to a new generation.”


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