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The Barkles are a new comedy troupe of live-action dog puppets that will soon appear in their new TV show, DOG SHOW LIVE! And soon in their first feature-length movie, Fast & The Furry!
In the meantime, they love working as pitch dogs, news correspondents and making corporate business videos for Enterprise Media based on their experience running a bakery that produces the world famous "Barkles Bites" dog biscuits.
The Barkles star is also rising on the Internet. In fact, Arf & Ollie were recently featured on Dogster.com's popular webisodes series, The Dog Report. They also perform LIVE shows at children's hospitals, public schools, theatres and community events.
The Barkles are said to hail from the undisclosed town of Barksville. Some sources have speculated that Barksville is actually an island off the coast of Maine more toward Halifax, in Novia Scotia's "Nubble Islands District," but those reports are unverified.
The seven members of the Barkles are Arfur Burybone, Oliver Woof, Rufus Farley, Noggleston Wagsworth, Furby Vanderbite, Freda Breedwell & Thea Barkanopoulos. They are otherwise known as: Arf, Ollie, Farley, Nogs, Furby, Freda & Thea.
The Barkles tour manager, Darbyshire has also been contributing cartoons to the New Yorker since 2001. His work has also been published in The New York Times, The Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal and The Austin Chronicle. Until recently, he drew a nationally syndicated comic strip called CEO DAD. Darbyshire also co-wrote and produced the independent film, "Chalk" which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award and distributed theatrically. Most recently, Darbyshire wrote, directed and produced a television pilot called, "The Farkles," starring Tony Hale of "Arrested Development," which was bought by Lorne Michaels, producer of Saturday Night Live & 30 Rock for network development.