George Arthur Bloom

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George Arthur Bloom (born 1945) is an US-born Canadian screenwriter and producer known for his work on Nelvana television titles such as The Magic School Bus and Cyberchase . He also wrote the pilots for The Transformers and My Little Pony , as well as a number of installments of the My Little Pony series such as My Little Pony 'n Friends and My Little Pony Tales . For over four decades, Bloom has written television and film scripts for children and adults alike.


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