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    Hopla is a Flemish CGI-animated series for toddlers, created by Bert Smets in 1999, and produced by Bert Smets Productions. The cartoon features the rabbit Hopla and his friends – the pig Onki, the bear Nina, and the kitten Lola. Each episode is about five minutes. Similar to its spiritual predecessor Tik Tak, the show is aimed for children between 0–2 years old and has no dialogue. The show was first aired on Ketnet, a Flemish television channel, in 2000, and became popular soon afterward. Currently, the show has been aired in 31 countries. It airs in the United States due to an exclusive multi-year distribution deal between Bert Smets Productions and NCircle Entertainment, a subsidiary of Alliance Entertainment, signed in 2007. This series was currently one of many programs aired on BabyFirstTV, a premium cable and satellite television channel. In Portugal, Hopla aired on public channel RTP2. A very small dialogue was added to briefly describe each scene's contents. In Belgium alone, Hopla's home entertainment titles have sold over 300,000 copies and their book-related merchandise has garnered sales close to 700,000.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of hopla in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of hopla in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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