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This is a list of animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions (also known as H-B Enterprises, H-B Production Company, and Hanna-Barbera Cartoons).

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The Ruff and Reddy Show

The Ruff & Reddy Show was Hanna-Barbera's first cartoon series which featured a cat (Ruff) and dog (Reddy) in serialized adventures, with thirteen episodes comprising a story arc. Ruff, was voiced by Don Messick, and Reddy was voiced by Daws Butler. Hanna and Barbera opened their cartoon studio the same year MGM (the studio they worked for) closed down its cartoon studio. After much effort, they were able to sell Ruff & Reddy to NBC, but they were only able to get $2700 per half hour of cartoon show, so all the meticulous detail into making the Tom and Jerry shorts were eschewed for a production-line process. Bill and Joe, taking a cue from 1949's "Crusader Rabbit," reasoned the best way to offset the low production values was to create appealing heroes and captivating storylines. Ruff and Reddy made their way through clandestine escapades squaring off against villains like Scarey Harry Safari, Killer and Diller, and Captain Greedy and Salt Water Daffy. Assisting our heroes in several adventures was wacky scientist Professor Gizmo. The show was first aired on NBC in December 1957 as part of live action host segments. Jimmy Blaine was the host on the show's first run (1957-60), and Captain Bob Cottle replaced him in the second run (1962-64). When the show went into syndication, the opening titles, which were never shown on the NBC telecasts, were seen with the "H-B Enterprises" card. The theme song was also heard for the first time: Get set, get ready Here comes Ruff and Reddy They're tough but steady Always rough and ready They sometimes have their little spats Even fight like dogs and cats But when they need each other That's when they're Ruff and Reddy Ruff & Reddy episodes appeared on Family Channel's "Incredible Animals" cartoon show in 1992 and recently the series has aired on Cartoon Network and its sister channel Boomerang.

The Huckleberry Hound Show

The Huckleberry Hound Show is an animated TV series about a blue dog with a Southern drawl and a fondness for the song "My Darling, Clementine." Three segments were included in each episode: one featuring Huckleberry Hound, another starring Yogi Bear and his sidekick Boo Boo, and a third with Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks, which starred two mice who in each short found a new way to outwit the cat Mr. Jinks. Every episode had him playing the part of a different profession, from police officer to lion tamer to medieval knight. The one thing that remained constant was Huckleberry's unruffled persistence to triumph over his opponent no matter how often he was outsmarted, outfought or fell victim to his own failed plans.

Hokey Wolf

Hokey Wolf is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon about the adventures of a con-artist wolf who is always trying to cheat his way into the simple life. He is often accompanied alongside by his young, diminutive, sidekick Ding-A-Ling Wolf.

Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks

Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon about a pair of house mice who had to contend with the resident cat, Mr. Jinks. They usually appeared in one of the segments on the half-hour Huckleberry Hound Show, but reruns turned up on 'Scooby's All-Star Laff-a-Lympics' after 'Huck' ceased production.

The Yogi Bear Show

Animated favorite about the fun-loving residents of Jellystone Park, Yogi Bear and his sidekick, Boo Boo, who try to steal picnic baskets and stay one step ahead of Ranger Smith.

Quick Draw McGraw

The equine sheriff and his faithful burro sidekick, Baba Looey, dispense frontier justice in this Hanna-Barbera cartoon. Quick Draw's six-gun was sometimes replaced by the guitar of his alter ego, the Zorro-like El Kabong, who played a mean six-string.

Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy

Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy was originally on the "Quickdraw McGraw" show. Augie, the son of Doggie Daddy, was the intelligent one of the pair. He would always look up to his 'Dear Old Dad' for guidance in all sorts of different predicaments. The series follows the pair as they go on all sorts of adventures, like camping and winding up in outer space, or doing yard work and winding up tending to the health of a mob of crows.

Snooper and Blabber

Another great cartoon created by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera. This one featured a private detective team of Super Snooper (a cat) and Blabber Mouse.

The Flintstones

The Flintstones is about a modern stone-age family, set in the prehistoric times. There's Fred, the meat-loving, bowling-playing fat man, Wilma, his wife who loves to cook and Pebbles, their cute baby daughter. Their next door neighbors are Barney, Fred's best friend, Betty, Barney's wife who always loves to hang out with Wilma, and their baby son Bamm-Bamm who is incredibly strong. The two families risk prehistoric danger or wild antics as they struggle to live normal lives.

Snagglepuss

Despite being a mountain lion, Snagglepuss is a rather sophisticated individual who merely seeks to better himself and his living situation. He lives in a damp and dark cavern, which isn’t too comfortable for someone of his standing. Unfortunately for him, life isn’t always fair for a mountain lion and he has to constantly ward off hunters, and some people refuse to talk to him because they’re afraid that he’ll eat them, not that he would do such a thing. Through it all, Snagglepuss’ life is one bizarre twist after another, and even though he’s a swell guy, the civilized world seldom wants anything to do with him.

Yakky Doodle

Yakky Doodle (voiced by Jimmy Weldon to sound similar to Donald Duck) is an anthropomorphic duck who lives with his best friend Chopper the bulldog. Yakky is always one to run into danger when it's most expected. This usually comes in the form of the show's main antagonist Fibber Fox or secondary villain Alfy Gator. Chopper defends his "Little Buddy" fiercely, and is always ready to pound Fibber or any other enemy into oblivion if necessary. Yakky's tendency to put himself in great danger never draws a rebuke from Chopper, who presumably enjoys his protective role.

Top Cat

Top Cat, known as T.C. to his alley cat friends, is a mischievous prankster who lives in a trash can in the alley ways of New York City. He and his alley-cat cohorts think of get rich schemes and assorted pranks which are mostly involving and aimed at Officer Dibble, their nemesis and friend. T.C. manages to get out of his tight situations with hilarity and charm and even helps Dibble on occasion who is underscored by his overbearing sergeant.

Wally Gator

Wally Gator is an anthropomorphic, happy-go-lucky alligator who wears a collar and a pork pie hat. Although his catchy theme song describes him as a "swingin' alligator of the swamp", his home is in the city zoo. Mr. Twiddle is the zookeeper who keeps a close watch on Wally because sometimes he escapes to check out what things are like in the outside world.

Touché Turtle and Dum Dum

Each episode starts off with Touché popping forth from inside his shell. He then gets a phone call from someone who's in dire straits. His phone usually rests upon a sterling silver plate. Touché accepts all major credit cards. Thus, Touché and Dum-Dum go off into the crime scene and do their shtick, which may involve swordplay, box-fighting, martial arts, tom-foolery, work with pyrotechnics/explosives ...and so on. "Touché-Away!!" The original show of 52 episodes first aired on TV between September 1962 and August 1963. Touché and Dum Dum have appeared together in only a handful of 1960s-early 1970s H-B comic books, and both also showed up on Hanna-Barbera's 50th anniversary special in 1988 (you may find that on video).

Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har

Ever-hopeful Lippy attempts to get rich quick, with reluctant Hardy serving as a foil. Whatever the consequences were to Lippy's schemes, Hardy would end up getting the worst of it — a fact he always seemed to realize ahead of time, with his moans of, "Oh me, oh my, oh dear."

The Jetsons

The Jetsons is an animated sitcom that was produced by Hanna-Barbera. It was Hanna-Barbera’s Space Age counterpart to The Flintstones, a half-hour family sitcom projecting contemporary American culture and lifestyle into another time period. The Jetsons live in a futuristic utopia in the year 2062 of elaborate robotic contraptions, aliens, holograms, and whimsical inventions.

The Magilla Gorilla Show

Magilla Gorilla was about a gorilla for sale in a pet store that no one wants to buy. With voice talents including Mel Blanc (Looney Tunes: Voice Artist) and Don Messick, this show was an instant classic.

Ricochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long

Ricochet Rabbit worked as a sheriff in a Western setting called Hoop 'n' Holler. Ricochet, true to his name, would bounce off all the walls yelling "bing-bing-bing!" His deputy Droop-A-Long Coyote was never able to be as "jumpy" and would end up crashing through a window, or some similar accident except on one occasion when Ricochet and Droop-A-Long were running away from a bear. Unfortunately for both of them, the bear also managed to bounce off. In addition to his speed, Ricochet was known for using trick bullets against his opponents (for example, a bullet that would stop in mid-flight and hover while striking the bad guy with an impossibly over-sized mallet, or exploding after inside bigger compartments of the bullet). Ricochet Rabbit's catchphrase consisted of three quick bings; "bing, bing, BING!", followed by him referring to himself in the third person; "Ricochet Rabbit!"

Punkin' Puss & Mushmouse

The show features a cat called Punkin' Puss who lives in a house in the woods of the southern US. Punkin' is preoccupied with a mouse called Mushmouse who lives there too, and Punkin' frequently tries to shoot him with his rifle. The cat looks similar to the cats in Top Cat's gang. One episode, "Nowhere Bear", has the cat continually disrupting an angry bear's sleep. Another, "Small Change", has Punkin Puss (and later a dog as well) shrinking to mouse size. Usually one of Mushmouse's cousins comes and gives Punkin' a hard time. Many would think Punkin' would stop bullying Mushmouse when this occurs but to no avail on Mushmouse's behalf when the relative leaves.

Jonny Quest

The adventures of Jonny Quest and his father Dr. Benton Quest. Along for the adventure is the multi-faceted "Race" Bannon, the mystical Hadji, and Jonny's dog, the irrepressible Bandit. They solve mysteries and try to thwart the evil of Dr. Zin.

Peter Potamus and His Magic Flying Balloon

The sixth Hanna-Barbera syndicated cartoon after their departure from MGM starred Peter Potamus (a purple hippopotamus), and his traveling companion So-So (a monkey), who fly back and forth through time in a balloon participating in historic events. Whenever they get into serious enough trouble, as they do in every episode, Peter defeats his enemies with his trademark "Hippo Hurricane Hollar." Other cartoon shorts include, "Breezly and Sneely," and "Yippee, Yappee, and Yahooey."

Breezly and Sneezly

Breezly Bruin (voiced by Howard Morris) is a comical, resourceful, polar bear. His friend is Sneezly Seal (voiced by Mel Blanc), a droopy seal with a perpetual cold whose sneezes pack devastating power. They live in an igloo in the Arctic. Many of their episodes deal with Breezly's ambitious yet ultimately doomed plans to break into the local army camp for various reasons while trying to stay one step ahead of the army camp's leader Colonel Fuzzby (voiced by John Stephenson).

Atom Ant

Atom Ant operated out of an anthill in the countryside, where he possessed such things as a mainframe computer and exercise equipment. His powers mostly consisted of the ability to fly, superspeed, and amazing strength. He was often contacted by the police, who sent him out on assignment. Some of these missions parodied those of Batman. In one episode, the police force was shown to be underfunded and inept, as they relied on Atom Ant to do all their police work. The only two police officers were the chief and deputy chief. The department only possessed one rusted patrol car. Atom Ant fights various villians including recurring ones like Ferocious Flea and mad scientist Professor Von Gimmick.

The Secret Squirrel Show

Hanna-Barbera's "The Secret Squirrel Show" was a 30-minute cartoon that included three individual segments: "Secret Squirrel," "Squiddly Diddly" and "Winsome Witch." Secret Squirrel was a parody of the spy genre, and most of his cartoons parodied elements of the James Bond films. Secret Squirrel was also known as "Agent 000."

Squiddly Diddly

The round-headed, sailor-hatted Squiddly, more octopus than squid in appearance, lived in an aquatic park similar to SeaWorld known as Bubbleland. Diddly is an aspiring musician and makes many attempts to escape and attain musical stardom. He is constantly foiled by Bubbleland's administrator Chief Winchley.

Precious Pupp

The exploits of the mischievous dog with a distinctive laugh. He lives with the wealthy, motorcycle-riding Granny Sweet, who seems to think Precious is a lot more innocent than he actually is. The Hanna-Barbera toon aired as part of `The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show.'

The Hillbilly Bears

The Hillbilly Bears played on a social stereotype of the "hillbilly", with a gun-toting, mumbling father Paw Rugg who was always "feudin" (the "feudin" was usually a lethargic operation, in which the protagonists fired the same bullet back and forth from the comfort of their rocking chairs) with their neighbors, the Hoppers.

Winsome Witch

Winsome W. Witch (voiced by Jean Vander Pyl whose character is also called "Winnie") is a friendly, yet somewhat inept, witch. Winnie's catch phrase when casting a spell was "Ippity - Pippity - Pow!" (when the magic spell conjures, the Jet Screamer entrance cue from The Jetsons, is heard). She often flies around on a broom that happens to be magically alive.

Sinbad Jr. and His Magic Belt

Sinbad Jr. (voiced by Tim Matheson) is the son of Sinbad, the famous sea explorer. He becomes superhuman getting his power from his magic belt. His first mate is the funny and loyal assistant Salty the Parrot (voiced by Mel Blanc).

Laurel & Hardy (1966)

A cartoon version of the slapstick adventures of Laurel and Hardy, in the spirit of the original black and white shorts.

Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles

Two cartoons packed into one half hour. Frankenstein Jr. was a robot constructed by a boy-genius to fight crime, he is a 30 foot mechanic robot that is summoned by a ring that is wore by Buzz, Dr Conroys son. The Impossibles were undercover agents disguised as a rock group.

Space Ghost

Space Ghost and his wards, Jan and Jace, along with Blip the pet monkey, face off against some of the most evil villains in the galaxy such as Zorak, Metallus, Brak, and Spider Woman.

Dino Boy in the Lost Valley

It stars Todd, a young boy, and his caveman friend Ugh. They adventure together through a lush South American valley filled with prehistoric friends and foes after Todd straps on a parachute and jumps out of the crashing plane that was carrying his whole family. Along the way, he learns the value of independence as well as the value and necessity of working with others as a team. Todd even finds a pet, and takes on the responsibilities of caring for Bronto with great enthusiasm. Dangers abound as the trio continues their adventure, but allies in the valley are as plentiful as enemies, and there is a Bronto or Ugh for every saber-toothed tiger encountered. Colorful, well-voiced and cleverly animated, Dino Boy is a great bet for anyone looking for a fun, educational experience to share with a child.

The Space Kidettes

Set in outer space, the Space Kidettes were a group of kids who dwelled in their custom-made clubhouse. The kids possessed a treasure map which was desperately sought after by a space pirate named Captain Skyhook and his evil henchman, Static. Although the captain claimed to be evil, he only wanted the kids' map, not to harm them.

Birdman and the Galaxy Trio

Winged hero Birdman harnesses the power of the sun to fight evildoers under the auspices of Inter-Nation Security, a top-secret government agency. The Galaxy Trio consists of Vapor Man, Gravity Girl, and Meteor Man. These exterrestrial superheroes patrol space in their cruiser Condor-1 maintaining order and fighting evildoers as part of the interplanetary law enforcement agency "The Galactic Patrol".

The Herculoids

The Herculoids are a group of five super-powered creatures lead by King Zandor of Amzot, his wife Tara, and his son, Dorno. They live together on the planet Quasar and fight against the inevitable alien invaders who seem to show up every week. They crossed over with many other Hanna/Barbera characters such as Space Ghost, the genie Shazam, and many more that remain popular to this day. The shows varied between 10 and 15 minutes, and were often mixed with other shows. Characters (The Herculoids) Gloop & Gleep: Two yellow blobs that can change their forms at will, stretch, and are incredibly elastic. Tundro: A rhinoceros-like dinosaur with thick shielding, he can stretch out his ten legs and blast rocks from its one horn that burst open, causing a mess. Zok: A flying dragon that can release laser beams from its tail and eyes, and can survive in outer space. Igoo: A large ape made of rock, compiled of immense power and very hard to bring down. Zandor, Tara

Shazzan

Chuck and Nancy are twins who find two ancient rings. They lock them together to spell the name "SHAZZAN". Then they are transported back in time to the Arabian Knights. They meet a 60 foot tall genie.

Fantastic Four (1967)

The Fantastic Four is an animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and the first animated series based on Marvel's comic book series Fantastic Four.[1] The program, featuring character designs by Alex Toth, aired on ABC from 1967 to 1970. It lasted for 20 episodes, with repeat episodes airing on ABC until the network cancelled the program. It was also rerun as part of the continuing series Hanna-Barbera's World of Super Adventure. Through a series of transactions, Disney currently holds the rights to the majority of Marvel's 1960s-1990s animated output. However, the 1967-1968 Fantastic Four was produced by Hanna-Barbera, whose library is now owned by Time Warner, making the series one of only a handful of Marvel-related TV projects not owned by Disney (which has since acquired Marvel outright). Time Warner is also the owner of Marvel's biggest competitor, DC Comics.

Moby Dick and the Mighty Mightor

"Moby Dick and Mighty Mightor" was a science-fiction animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions that ran on CBS from September 9, 1967 to September 6, 1969. Despite Moby's name coming first in the title of the show, he had only one short per half-hour episode, sandwiched between two episodes of Mighty Mightor.

Mighty Mightor

One day, while on a hunting trip, a teenage caveman named Tor, along with his winged pet dinosaur Tog, rescue an old man who, as a reward, gives Tor a magical club. When Tor raises his club to the sky, he transforms into the masked and muscular Mightor, a prehistoric superhero who possesses superhuman strength and the power of flight through his club, which can also fire energy blasts. He can also transform Tog into a powerful fire-breathing dragon. Mightor protects his village from evil-doers. Amongst the villagers are the chief, Pondo, and his daughter, the beautiful redhaired Sheera. Sheera has a younger brother named Little Rok, who loves pretending to be Mightor. The characters have several pets, including Little Rok's dodo bird, Ork, and Sheera's mammoth calf, Bollo.

Young Samson

Young Samson is an animated show from the 1960s was about a boy and his dog who could transform into super-powered versions of themselves to fight evil. Whenever the boy touched his gold bracelets together and said, "I need Samson power!" he became the biblical strongman Samson, and his dog became the super lion, Goliath. Instead of dealing with Delilah and the Philistines, they battled modern villains and monsters.

The Banana Splits Adventure Hour

The Banana Splits And Friends Show was the syndicated version of the popular NBC show, The Banana Splits Adventure Hour. The Banana Splits and Friends Show was different from the original Banana Splits Adventure Hour by the fact that it was only 30 minutes long and included other animated shorts such as Atom Ant and Secret Squirrel.

Arabian Knights

A fugitive Arabian prince fights his villainous usurper as the leader of a special team of adventures. Arabian Knights originally aired as part of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour.

The Three Musketeers (1968)

The Three Musketeers- Porthos, Aramis and Athos- are joined by their new recruit, D'Artagnan. The Three Musketeers train their protege as one of the most evil schemes against the King unfolds. Cardinal Richelieu wants to divide the royalty up so that he can get a piece of it. Richelieu tries to prove that Queen Anne is conspiring with the English throne against her husband, King Louis XIII. Richelieu's plan becomes more powerful after Anne gives the Duke of Buckingham, for his kind service to her, a heralded set of 12 studded diamonds. Will Richelieu be able to prove to King Louis XIII that Anne is out to take away his throne? If he does, France will definitely be headed for a war. It is up to the Three Musketeers to save the day.

Micro Ventures

Professor Carter and his two teenage kids, Mike and Jill, use a shrinking machine to shrink themselves and their dune buggy to miniature size to explore and experience the world from the perspective of an insect.

Danger Island

Produced by Hanna-Barbera, this live-action adventure serial was broadcast in 1968–69 as part of "The Banana Splits Adventure Hour." The series comprises a three-hour adventure split into 36 short chapters, each of which is 10 minutes long and includes a suspenseful cliffhanger that is resolved in the next installment. The series was a training ground for two future stars: director Richard Donner (who went on to direct "Superman," "The Goonies" and "Lethal Weapon") and actor Jan-Michael Vincent (who starred in the hit TV show "Airwolf" in the 1980s).

The Adventures of Gulliver

The adventures of Gary Gulliver and his search for his missing father.

The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Huckleberry Finn and his friends, Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher, travel from one animated world to the next, always followed by the same villain, Injun Joe. The gimmick is that Huck, Tom, and Becky are live action characters and everything else is animated.

Wacky Races

The Wacky Races are a series of car competitions in which 11 racers race in locations throughout North America. The rules are extremely lax and allow for almost any vehicle design, power system and a wide range of tactics like combat and shortcuts. Despite this loose rule structure, competitors Dick Dastardly and his dog sidekick, Muttley, are still determined to cheat in their own ineffectual way.

The Perils of Penelope Pitstop

Syvester Sneekly is the legal guardian of female race car driver Penelope Pitstop. He disguises himself as The Hooded Claw for the purpose of killing her so he can get her wealth. The Ant Hill Mod ( Cyide, Softly, Zippy, Pockets, Dum Dum, Yak Yak and Snoozy ) always save her.

Dastardly & Muttley in Their Flying Machines

Dick Dastardly and Muttley (the villains from the "Wacky Races" cartoon) are flying aces and members of the Vulture Squadron -- a crew of aviators on a mission to stop a homing pigeon named Yankee Doodle Pigeon from delivering messages to the other side. This show was a combination of the Red Baron-era Snoopy, "Wacky Races" and the film "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines."

The Cattanooga Cats

The Cattanooga Cats is a show made up of 4 cartoons: "The Cattanooga Cats", "It's The Wolf", "Around The World in 79 Days", and "Autocat and Motormouse". There were two spinoffs: "It's The Wolf" and "Autocat and Motormouse". "Autocat and Motormouse" were related to Tom and Jerry by essentially being a racecar version of the other cartoon. "It's The Wolf" is about a cute lil' lamb called Lambsy who gets chased by Mildew Wolf. "Around The World in 79 Days" is about a boy who's going to win $1,000,000 dollars if he succeeds... But if not it'll go to Crumden.

Around the World in 79 Days

Loosely based upon the novel, Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne, this was an adventure segment involving balloonist "Phinny Fogg" (conceived as the son of the main character Phileas Fogg in the novel and voiced by Bruce Watson) and reporter teenagers Jenny (voiced by Janet Waldo) and Hoppy (voiced by Don Messick), who set out on a globetrotting adventure to sail around the world in 79 days and beat the original record set by Phinny's father. The trio are in competition for both the record and a US$1,000,000 prize against the sinister Crumden (voiced by Daws Butler), who supposedly was the butler of the original Phineas, aided by Phineas' chauffeur, the idiotic Bumbler (voiced by Allan Melvin), and Crumden's pet monkey, Smirky (voiced by Don Messick). Unlike the other segments, Around the World in 79 Days was a serial with a continuing story, however, as with many shows made during this period, it has no specific ending.

It's the Wolf

It's the timeless story of wolf sees lamb, wolf chases lamb, hound pummels wolf, wolf looses lamb. In this case, Mildew chases Lambsy in every location possible, only to get clobbered by Bristle Hound.

Motormouse and Autocat

In this Hanna-Barbera show, Motor Mouse lives in the Spin Your Wheels garage, where it's the job of Auto Cat to get rid of him, only to fail time after time. (But all's not war and thorns--often, at the end of the day, Motor Mouse will give Auto Cat a lift home.) Motormouse & Autocat first appeared with sixteen episodes as part of the back segments to the Cattanooga Cats show. The following year on September 12, 1970, the hour-long show was split into two half-hours.

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

The first incarnation of what has become a franchise-of-sorts, Scooby-Doo is a large, loveable but cowardly Great Dane who hangs around four California high school students (Fred, Velma, Daphne and Shaggy). The four teen-agers are in constant search of mysteries and adventures, driving around in a bright green van known as the Mystery Machine. Many of the group's adventures involve villians who take on supernatural disguises (ghosts and monsters); the villians' activities usually involve blackmail, theft, fraud and other forms of corruption.

Harlem GlobeTrotters

The adventures of a basketball comedy team.

Josie and the Pussycats

Josie and the Pussycats followed the adventures of an all-girl rock and roll group as they travelled the world playing gigs and solving mysteries. Josie began her career as an Archie comics character in the late 1960's, starring in her own self-titled book. The stories followed the day-to-day adventures of Josie and her girlfriend Melody. Later, the title was expanded to Josie and the Pussycats, turning Josie and Melody into a rock band, along with new friend Valerie. Singer/guitarist Josie was the level-headed leader, drummer Melody added zaniness with her half-witted remarks and effervescent charm, and tambourinist Valerie was the brains of the group, typically saving the day with her intellect and know-how. Along with the three Pussycats were roadie (and Josie's boyfriend) Alan, band manager Alexander Cabot III, his conniving sister Alexandra, and her mischiveous little cat, Sebastian. Bitter and talentless Alexandra had her eye on Alan, and constantly schemed to remove Josie

Where's Huddles?

The misadventures of a team of football players and their families on and off the field.

The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show

The show followed neighbors Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble in their teenage years as girlfriend/boyfriend. The episodes were set mainly in the duo's activities at Bedrock High School in the prehistoric town of Bedrock with their friends Moonrock, Penny, Wiggy, Cindy and her boyfriend Fabian, Bad Luck Schleprock, and a motorcycle gang called the Bronto Bunch. Fred, Wilma, Barney, and Betty were also featured on the show in supporting roles.

Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch

At The Wonderland Zoo, three crazy bears that are always looking for the better life. Every night they outsmart the Zoo keeper and his assistant in search of fun and antics.

The Funky Phantom

Mudsy was a ghost that haunted the Muddlemore mansion. He slept in the grandfather clock and had never been woken up. One day three teens turned the hands on the clock to 12 and when the clock started to bong. Mudsy woke up, along with his cat Boo. The teens solve crimes and defeat bad guys. This show was one of the early examples of Hanna Barbara sourcing overseas animation services (Australia) which later became a standard practice.

The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan

Welcome to The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan guide at TV Tome. This family of super sleuths are comprised of the Chinese detective Charlie Chan, his 10 children and their family dog, Chu Chu. The children always try to help out their dad to bring in the bad guy. Charlie Chan's 10 children are Henry Chan, Alan Chan, Stanley Chan, Suzie Chan, Mimi Chan, Anne Chan, Tom Chan, Flip Chan, Nancy Chan, and Scooter Chan.

Wait Till Your Father Gets Home

Wait Till Your Father Gets Home chronicles the lives of the Boyles, your average 1970's American family. Harry Boyle, the father, owns a restaurant supply company. His wife Irma portrays the typical housewife, with an occasional independent flare. Harry and Irma have three children: Chet, Alice, and Jamie. Chet, who is 22, is a college dropout, who spends most of his time sleeping. Alice is a rather robust 16-year-old, who teams up with her mother, to display the independence of women, in the 70's. Jamie is the Capitalist of the family, even though he is only 9. The show is set in the suburbs of Los Angeles, on Elm Street, to be precise. During the 1973 season, the show was host to many celebrity voices, including: Don Knotts, Phyllis Diller, Bea Arthur and many more (many of these guests were carried over from The New Scooby-Doo Movies, which were recored at this time).

The Flintstone Comedy Hour

The Flintstone Comedy Hour is a 60-minute Saturday morning animated anthology series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. The program originally aired on CBS as an hour-long show from September 9, 1972 to September 1, 1973 on CBS. The show's first half-hour featured two shorts with Fred & Barney, gags and horoscopes, one short with the cast of Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm and two songs performed by the new Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm band called "The Bedrock Rockers" followed by four new episodes and reruns of The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show in the second half-hour.

The Flintstone Comedy Hour

The Flintstone Comedy Hour is an American animated television series and a spin-off of The Flintstones and The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show produced by Hanna-Barbera which aired on CBS from September 9, 1972, to September 1, 1973, and re-titled The Flintstone Comedy Show for a second season of reruns as a half-hour show from September 8, 1973, to January 26, 1974.

The Roman Holidays

A look at life in Ancient Rome, around 63 AD (with a 1970s touch), as seen through the eyes of Augustus "Gus" Holiday and his family.

Sealab 2020

Sealab, an underwater research base based on the Challenger Seamount (an underwater mountain), in the year 2020 (48 years in the future at the time of broadcast). Commanded by Captain Murphy, Sealab was home to 250 people, and was dedicated to the exploration of the seas and the protection of marine life.

The New Scooby-Doo Movies

Following a successful run of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?, The New Scooby-Doo Movies was the first of many reincarnations of the lovable talking hound's show. To boost the already increasing popularity of the series, each episode of The New Scooby Doo Movies featured a guest star -- ranging from celebrities like Sonny and Cher and Monkees frontman Davy Jones to characters from other Hanna/Barbara cartoons like Josie and the Pussycats and Speed Buggy. The format basically stayed the same -- the most notable change being that each episode doubled in size from a thirty minute episode to sixty minutes. Scooby and the gang still found themselves foiling the bad guys in rubber masks like in the original series, but this time around the guest stars would help out and be another source of comedic hijinks. This series ran for two seasons with a total of 24 episodes and has had a long life in syndication. There is a lot of confusion surrounding the official titles of the episodes, whic

Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space

A continuation of the popular "Josie and the Pussycats" cartoon, this series was about how the gang gets launched (accidentally) into space.

Speed Buggy

Tinker, Mark and Debbie are three teenagers who drive Speed Buggy, their custom-built talking car. The group travel around the world entering various races, but always seem to get caught up in the nefarious plans of local supervillains.

Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kids

The show was about a group of young people who were members of a band, the Sundance Kids. They had a lot of fans, had records, signed autographs, etc. But the band was just a cover. Actually, the Sundance Kids were undercover members of the CIA. They posed as a band to lift suspicion off of them while they solved the cases assigned to them. They got their assignments from their 'manager' a branch of the CIA posing as The World Wide Talent Agency. The head of it was the manager, a huge computer called Mr. Socrates, who looked and sounded like HAL from '2001, A Space Oddessy', and who would contact the Sundance Kids va Butch's radio ring whenever he had an assignment for them. He would line up a gig for them so no one would wonder why musicians were there while they solved the case. There was at least one song in every episode. The characters: BUTCH CASSIDY (seriously!): The Designated leader of the Kids. He plays Lead Guitar and is the Lead Singer of the group. Unlike Fr

Yogi's Gang

"Yogi's Gang" is a 30-minute animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera which aired 16 half-hour episodes on ABC from September 8, 1973, to December 29, 1973. The show began as "Yogi's Ark Lark," a special TV movie on "The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie" in 1972.

Super Friends

Super Friends first aired on ABC on September 8, 1973, featuring well-known DC characters Superman, Batman and Robin, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman as part of its Saturday morning cartoon lineup. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera and was based on the Justice League of America (JLA) and associated comic book characters published by DC Comics. The name of the program (and the JLA members featured with the Super Friends) have been variously represented (as Super Friends and Challenge of the Super Friends, for example) at different points in its broadcast history.

Goober and the Ghost Chasers

This show is about about 3 teenagers and a dog who can become invisible. They have there own detective agency where they can get calls in to solve mysteries.

Inch High, Private Eye

Inch High, Private Eye was a 1973 Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. The titular character of Inch High, Private Eye was a miniature detective (literally one inch high). Inch often enlisted the help of his niece Lori (sometimes written "Laurie"), her muscle-bound friend Gator, and their dog Braveheart to help solve mysteries. Their primary mode of transportation was the Hushmobile, a streamlined car that made virtually no noise while being driven, making it perfect for following criminals unnoticed. The small Inch worked for The Finkerton Detective Agency (a wordplay lampoon of The Pinkerton Detective Agency), where the boss (Mr. Finkerton) constantly dreamed of the day that he would fire him.

Jeannie

Jeannie was a 30-minute Saturday morning animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in association with Screen Gems from September 8, 1973 to August 30, 1975 on CBS. It is loosely based upon the 1960s sitcom "I Dream of Jeannie." This version features the eponymous genie character with master Corey Anders, a high school student, and his best friend Henry Glopp. The series also featured Babu, a cowardly, bumbling, immature genie-in-training under Jeannie's charge.

The Addams Family (1973)

This animated series follows the adventures of the Addams family as they travel through the country in a special haunted wagon and encounter new friends Abigail the bat, Ocho the octopus and Ali Gator. Hanna Barbera first used the Addams Family as guest stars on their popular Scooby Doo show. Their appearances were so well received that the firm spun them off into their own show. In this, the Family is travelling about America in a special haunted wagon that can even dig a moat when they settle down for the evening.

Hong Kong Phooey

Penrod Pooch (Penry for short) is a mild mannered canine janitor at a police station and whenever help is needed he dives into a file cabinet and emerges as a karate fighting, super hero named Hong Kong Phooey. Accompanied by his trusty feline companion Spot, Hong Kong Phooey fights crime while double checking his trusty textbook The Hong Kong Book of Kung Fu.Bumbling through solving crimes it is Spot who is inaudibly muttering the clues while Penry takes credit.

Devlin

Inspired by the huge popularity of motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel, "Devlin" was one of Hanna-Barbera's very few dramatic cartoons. It focused on Ernie Devlin -- a stunt motorcyclist with a traveling circus -- and his siblings, Tod and Sandy.

The Partridge Family, 2200 A.D.

Welcome to The Partridge Family, 2200 A.D. guide at TV Tome. After four years on ABC Primetime & live action, they switch to CBS Saturday Morning, propel themselves into the future and become animated. Originally, this was slated to be a part of a proposed new version of The Jetsons (ABC, 1962-63), with Judy as an ace reporter and Elroy a high school student. Friends of the family included Veenie (Keith's martain friend) & Marion (Laurie's friend). Danny had a pet robot dog named Orbit. On the syndicated Fred Flintstone & Friends, it was retitled The Partridge Family In Outer Space.

These Are the Days

These Are the Days is an animated television series from Hanna-Barbera, originally broadcast on ABC from September 7, 1974, to September 27, 1975. The series, although critically acclaimed, only lasted 16 total episodes. Each episode had a run time of 30 minutes. The show was set at the turn of the 20th century, in an old town called Elmsville. It portrayed the everyday lives of the Day family, which consisted of a widow, her three children, and her father. Each episode featured the various family members and their interaction with friends and neighbors, usually ending with a lesson learned.

Valley of the Dinosaurs

During a rafting excursion of an uncharted river canyon, Professor John Butler, wife Kim, kids Katie and Greg and family dog Digger get caught up in a mysterious whirlpool and resurface in a world of prehistoric creatures. Now everyday is an exercise in survival for the adventurous Butler family. They befriend a helpful cave-dwelling family and together must contend with an angry brontosaurus and a dangerous sabertooth tiger - and don't forget the earthquakes and volcanoes!

Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch

This Hanna-Barbera cartoon focuses on on Wheelie, a red superhero Volkswagen Beetle that makes his living as a professional racing and stunt car. Unlike the other vehicles in the show, Wheelie only speaks in body sound effects, but also emotes by his honking language and displaying symbols across his windshield monitor showing his inner thoughts. He can also produce any form of prop needed from his hood latch through the use of special mechanized hands. Wheelie's regular nemeses are a four-member motorcycle agency called the Chopper Bunch.

Korg: 70,000 B.C.

A family of Neanderthals struggle to survive the harsh conditions of the Ice Age.

The Tom & Jerry Show

After years of fighting, and continuously trying to do each other in, Tom and Jerry have called truce, and are now best friends. This cartoon is a more gentle, and non-violent show. Jerry had a new look, with his red bow tie on. They go on new adventures together through the world of sports, villains, and more. Like in the original show, Tom and Jerry don't speak. The show was cut up in three short 10-minute episodes. It wasn't as popular as its predecessor, but it is still remembered by its creators, and, of course, its fans.

The Great Grape Ape Show

Grape Ape stands a whopping 40 feet tall and loves the colour green (note hat, jacket and bow tie). He loves to follow up most statements by repeating his name twice ("Grape Ape. Grape Ape"). Along with his canine pal Beegle Beagle (or "Beegley Beagley" as our purple ape would say) the two roam through the country landing themselves in all sorts of zany situations. Luckily being a 40 foot purple ape means there aren't too many problems you just can't sit on.

The Mumbly Cartoon Show

Produced by Hanna-Barbera, "The Mumbly Cartoon Show" focused on a dog detective named Mumbly (who is also featured in the "Laff-a-Lympics" cartoon). Mumbly dresses in a trench coat, drives a beat-up old car and solves crimes using his dog senses. His character was modeled after the TV detective Columbo in terms of appearance and mannerisms.

The Scooby-Doo Show

The Scooby Doo Show premiered on ABC in September 1976 as part of The Scooby-Doo-Dynomutt Hour, in which new episodes of Scooby Doo shared an hour with a superhero dog named Dynomutt. It was a revamped version of Scooby Doo, Where Are You? which started on CBS in 1969.

Dynomutt, Dog Wonder

First seen on The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour, these half-hour antics animated derring-do showcased The Blue Falcon,a blue-clad superhero and his robotic doberman, Dynomutt Dog Wonder. The show, although based around crime-fighting, super heros and'evil do-ers' it seemed more to remind you of watching an episode of secret squirrel with all of its gags and laughs. Millionaire art dealer Radley Crowne (B.F.) and his mechanical bud, Dynomutt, enjoy leisure time in their base of operations; Big City, until alerted by The Falcon Flash. They immediately dash for The Falcon's Lair (situated in Crowne's penthouse apartment), where they switch to their secret identities, The Blue Falcon and Dog Wonder recieve their news/crime report via TV screen from the secret GHQ of secret agent Focus One and then jump into The Falconcar and speed into the night to battle crime and to save the citizens. Dynomutt controlled a system of miniaturized transistors which allowed him to extend his limbs or neck and use them to perform extraordinary feats; only problem was, none of them ever really worked properly! B.F. (as D.W. would lovingly refer to him), was more Dynomutt's victim than his master,since more then a few times, D.M.s gadjets . But nevertheless, Dynomutt and The Blue Falcon, who was equipped with his own arsenal of supergadgetry manage to get the situation well in hand. Sometimes Lt. Mumbly or even Dynomutt's co-stars, Scooby-Doo and Mystery Inc. would drop in to aid The high-tech Duo in cracking their toughest crimes. Dynomutt Dog Wonder has the historic significance of casting the first African-American public official in Saturday Morning cartoons, Mayor Gaunt (voiced by Larry McCormick). 16 30-minute episodes of Dynomutt Dog Wonder were seen in 1976-77 on ABC'S The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour; it later became The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Show when it was extended to an extra half hour. In 1977-78, when it was extended to yet another half hour under the umbrella title

Clue Club

Clue Club was a cartoon about four precocious young investigators (Dotty, Larry, D.D. and Pepper) who solved crimes with the help of two bloodhounds, Woofer and Whimper. Dotty, the brains of the team, would stay at home and analyze any clues that the gang found. The older dog, Woofer, thought he was a very good detective so he would always take the credit for solving the case. The laughs in the show were provided by Woofer and Whimper, due to their fear of the spooky places the gang went. The show only had one year of first run episodes, after which it aired in repeats on The Skatebirds under the new title Woofer and Whimper, Dog Detectives. These repeats were severely edited, which made the show particularly hard to follow. After a year on The Skatebirds, CBS reinstated the full episodes and re-ran them on Sundays under the original title. The show ran for another four months, cancelled in January of 1979. Theme Song: There they go, and on the double, to the spo

Jabberjaw

In the year 2076, Jabberjaw, a 15-foot tall talking great white shark, and his human friends Biff, Shelly, Bubbles and Clamhead play in a band called The Neptunes; the group travels from underwater city to city, battling diabolical villains while playing concerts.

Fred Flintstone & Friends

The series is hosted by Fred Flintstone and featured a repackaging of the following six Hanna-Barbera Saturday morning cartoons that were originally broadcast by the various networks:

Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics

Featuring 45 Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters (classic and otherwise) competing for gold medals in wacky events. Events include racing on ostriches, camels, kangaroos, rickshaws and unicycles, as well as scavenging for creatures like the Abominable Snowman, vampires, and the Loch Ness Monster.

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels

This animated series centers on the mystery-solving adventures of the Teen Angels (Brenda, Dee Dee and Taffy) and their friend Captain Caveman (or Cavey for short), a prehistoric caveman whom the girls discovered and thawed from a block of ice. Captain Caveman's powers include super-strength, a variety of useful objects hidden inside his fur, and a club that allows him to fly and from which pops out different tools he uses to fight crime. Captain Caveman's voice was provided by Mel Blanc. The first and second seasons of the show were part of "Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics" and "Scooby's All-Stars" through 1979. Cavey and the girls also participated in sporting competitions as part of The Scooby Doobies team on the half-hour "Laff-A-Lympics" segment. In March 1980, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels were given their own half hour show with 16 new episodes combined with reruns from 1977–1979.

CB Bears

Hustle (voiced by Daws Butler impersonating Phil Silvers), Boogie (voiced by Chuck McCann) and Bump (voiced by Henry Corden) are a trio of funny animal bear detectives disguised as trash collectors. They travel the country solving mysteries in a tacky garbage truck. A sultry-voiced female named Charlie (voiced by Susan Davis) contacts the bears on the truck's CB radio to give them their assignments. This show was "inspired" by the hit TV series Charlie's Angels (Bump wore a blonde hairstyle similar to Farrah Fawcett). Each of the bears' names are based on a 1970s disco dance. Physically and personality-wise, Hustle, Boogie, and Bump resemble Hair Bear, Bubi Bear, and Square Bear, respectively, from Help!... It's the Hair Bear Bunch!; Daws Butler provided the same Phil Silvers-esque voice for both Hustle and Hair.

Posse Impossible

The Sheriff of Saddlesore (voiced by William Woodson) and his hopeless posse of cowboys: Stick (voiced by Daws Butler in a hillbilly voice), Big Duke (voiced by Daws Butler impersonating John Wayne) and Blubber (voiced by Chuck McCann) jail notorious outlaws by outbungling the rascals. In every segment, the Sheriff goes after some no-good polecat which ends with the bad guys behind bars. A prototype version of the posse was featured in an episode of Hong Kong Phooey.

Blast-Off Buzzard

Blast-Off Buzzard chases Crazylegs, a wacky snake who outruns the buzzard. Crazylegs knows the big bird is a loser and delights in beating him in situations very similar to Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner.

Undercover Elephant

This animated series featured Undercover Elephant (voiced by Daws Butler) and his sidekick Loudmouse the Mouse (voiced by Bob Hastings) solving mysteries for Central Control. Originally this cartoon aired as part of the "CB Bears" show on Saturday mornings from 1977 to 1978. In the 1980s, reruns of "Undercover Elephant" aired during "Captain Kangaroo" and "Wake, Rattle and Roll."

Shake, Rattle, and Roll

Shake, Rattle, and Roll first aired in 1977 on NBC's "CB Bears" along with a segment called "Heyyy it's the King". The show is mainly about a ghostly trio that live in an inn and are always scaring humans away so they don't bother them. However even though they are able to scare possible guests away a man by the name of Sidney Merciless always ends up showing up to attempt to catch the ghosts in some sort of trap (most of the time in his fishing net). In most of these shows the main problem has nothing to do with human guests, but deals with their ghostly guests ranging from normal ghosts to a giant chicken monster.

Heyyy, It's the King!

Heyyy, It's the King! was one of the six segments of the CB Bears animated anthology series. It was an all-animal cartoon, reminiscent of the live-action sitcom Happy Days.

The Robonic Stooges

"The Robonic Stooges" is a cartoon featuring the characters of the Three Stooges in new roles as clumsy crime-fighting bionic superheroes. It originally aired as a segment on "The Skatebirds" from September 10, 1977, to December 24, 1977, on CBS. When "The Skatebirds" was canceled in early 1978, the Robonic Stooges were given their own half-hour timeslot, which ran for 16 episodes.

Wonder Wheels

Wonder Wheels was a five-minute cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions which was originally broadcast as a segment on the CBS Saturday morning package program The Skatebirds (1977-78). A young journalist named Willie Sheeler (voiced by Micky Dolenz of the 1960s group The Monkees) and his girlfriend Dooley Lawrence solve crimes with the help of his superhero motorcycle, Wonder Wheels. Whenever Willie goes into action, he utters his catchphrase: "This looks like a job for Won-won-won-won-won-won-won-won-won-won-won-won-wonder Wheels!". Then at the press of a button, Willie's beat-up motorcycle transforms into a souped-up version with a mind of its own.

The All-New Popeye Hour

1978 marked the beginning of a new era for the squinty-eyed sailor, returning to the small screen in The All-New Popeye Hour. This series was broken up into different segments: The Adventures of Popeye, Popeye's Treasure Hunt, Popeye's Sports Parade, and Dinky Dog. The latter segment starred a huge mutt and had little or nothing to do with Popeye or any sort of maritime activity. Because of the changing times, these episodes featured less fighting and more trickery on the part of Popeye's nemesis, who was back to being called Bluto after his mysterious name-switching run as "Brutus." Each episode also featured a public service portion, in which the spinach-eating swabby would educate his nephews Peepeye, Pupeye, and Pipeye on topics such as home safety or sensible dieting.

Dinky Dog

Dinky Dog was an 11-minute animated segment on "The All-New Popeye Hour." The show is about two girls, ditzy blonde Sandy and smart Monica, living with their uncle, Dudley. Sandy bought a cute pup who suddenly grew the size of a horse, and she is now stuck dragging Monica into always finding work and different ways to repair the damages Dinky causes at their poor uncle's expense. However, Dinky always seems to fix things in an unexpected way and is forgiven, much to uncle Dudley's dislike.

Yogi's Galaxy Goof-Ups

Yogi's Galaxy Goof-Ups is a 30-minute Saturday morning animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions which aired on NBC from November 4, 1978 to September 1, 1979. The "Galaxy Goof-Ups" consisted of Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Scare Bear and Quack-Up as space patrolmen (under the leadership of Captain Snerdley) who always goofed-up (hence the name of the show) while on duty and spent most of their time in disco clubs.

Yogi's Space Race

Yogi's Space Race is a 90-minute Saturday morning cartoon program block produced by Hanna-Barbera from September 9 to December 2, 1978 for NBC. The show also appeared on BBC in the United Kingdom.

Buford and the Galloping Ghost

Buford is a smart but sleepy bloodhound who lives deep in the murky swamp county of Fenokee. He teams up with two teenagers, Cindy Mae and her older brother Woody, and the trio solves confusing mysteries that baffle Sheriff Muletrain Pettigrew and his overeager, but dimwitted deputy Goofer McGee. Buford's abilities are expanded with ears that revolve like radar dishes, and his nose responds to clues like a geiger counter; he also howls his heart out when the moon comes out and has a running feud with a brown raccoon. Nugget Nose is a short and feisty ghost prospector who finds adventure riding his invisible horse and is also a guardian to Wendy and Rita, two cowgirls who work at the Fuddy Dude Ranch whose owner is grouchy old Fenwick Fuddy. Nugget is always battling Fuddy and takes delight in harassing him in odd and humorous ways. Whenever the girls are in trouble, Wendy summons Nugget Nose by rubbing on her special nugget necklace.

Challenge of the SuperFriends

Banded together from remote galaxies, 13 of the most sinister villains of all time - the Legion of Doom! Dedicated to a single object, the conquest of the universe! Only one group dares to challenge this inter-galactic threat - The SuperFriends! Challenge is a sequel to the two earlier Super Friends shows. It drops Zan and Jayna from the previous incarnation and makes several "guest stars" full members of the Justice League, giving us a membership of Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Robin, Hawkman, Flash, Green Lantern, Black Vulcan, Samurai, and Apache Chief. Pitted against them are some real villains - the Legion of Doom: 13 of the most powerful supervillains from "remote galaxies" (well, 12 + Black Manta... :) ). Who are they? Lex Luthor, Brainiac, Solomon Grundy, the Riddler, the Scarecrow, Bizarro, Cheetah, Black Manta, Giganta, Gorilla Grodd, Sinestro, Captain Cold, and the Toyman. Okay, everyone but Brainiac, Sinestro, and Bizarro was from Earth (most of the ga

The Godzilla Power Hour

Theme: Up From The Depth! Thirty Stories High! Breathing Fire, His Head In The Sky! GODZILLA! GODZILLA! GODZILLA! And Godzooky! GODZILLAAAAAAAAA!!! Ah, yes. The Godzilla Power Hour. The old 70's cartoon created by Hanna-Barbera, was about a giant lizzard who could breathe fire, shoot red lazers out from his eyes, and fight monsters, too. This monster was originally a Japanese monster, but this guy was developed into a cartoon beast. The episodes feature Godzilla battling nothing but gigantic monsters. He does get help from some people, and his son. Characters: Captin Carl Majors is commandor of a ship known as The Calico. He is in charge of a device to call Godzilla when ever he and his crew are in danger. Dr. or Prof. Quinn Darian is a scientist who works with Capt. Majors on The Calico Brock is Quinn's assistant. He is at his mid 20s and is alway ready to help.

Jana of the Jungle

From the creator of Johnny Quest comes Jana. A beautiful blonde haired vine swing jungle queen and her animal friends. Jana joins forces with a game warden and a powerful mystical native in search of her missing father and to protect the jungle.

The New Fred and Barney Show

The New Fred and Barney Show is a 30-minute Saturday morning revival of "The Flintstones" cartoon series.

The Thing

This show, loosely based on Marvel's character, is about a boy named Benjy who, whenever trouble arises, puts his rings together and says "Thing Ring Do Your Thing" and becomes the Thing. The Thing is a creature that is covered in orange rock and has great strength. With these powers, he stops crime and rescues himself and his friends from the current situation. Only Kelly knows of Benjy's powers.

Casper and the Angels

Casper the Friendly Ghost was a guardian angel for two female motorcycle space cops named Minnie (who was rather ditzy and had a Southern accent) and Maxie (who was a much more intelligent African-American woman) in the year 2179. They were joined by a rambunctious ghost named Hairy Scary, who would scare villains and troublemakers, but unlike most other ghosts, was accepting of the fact that Casper was a gentle ghost who did not like to scare people.

The New Shmoo

This show follows a favorite plot structure of Hanna Barbara in the 1970's. A "Gang" of teens and loveable creature find adventures and inevitably solve the mystery. In this flavor: Mickey, Nita (notably a Latina Character) and Billy Joe solve mysteries and crimes with their friend, Shmoo. Shmoo who is a two legged stretchable, white side-kick with the very familiar voice of Frank Welker. The Character originally appeared in Al Capp's comic strip Li'l Abner on August 31, 1948. Interestingly Jake the Dog of Cartoon Network's "Adventure Time with Fin and Jake" displays a similar power. The kids investigate reports of strange occurrences for their publication: Mighty Mysteries Comics.

The Super Globetrotters

This show featured the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team as undercover superheroes, who would transform from their regular forms by entering magic portable lockers. Each member of the group had individual super powers and overall, all members of the group could fly. The Globetrotters received their missions from a basketball-styled talking satellite called the Crime Globe. Most episodes culminated in the Super Globetrotters challenging the villain and his henchmen to a basketball game for whatever treasure or device they sought. The civilian Globetrotters were always bested by the villains' super-powers in the first half, but they would use their own super-powers in the second half (often at the admonition of the Crime Globe) to save the day.

Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo

The adventures of the mystery solving dog and his nephew.

The World's Greatest SuperFriends

The further and darker adventures of the team consisting of DC Comics' greatest superheroes.

Super Friends (1980)

Renamed Super Friends in 1980, the series changed formats again, abandoning the production of half-hour episodes and producing seven-minute shorts. Each episode of Super Friends would feature a rerun from one of the previous six years and three new shorts. These new adventures featured appearances by the core group of five Super Friends and Zan, Jayna & Gleek. There were also guest appearances from members previously depicted in Challenge of the Super Friends and the Hanna-Barbera-created hero El Dorado, who was added to the show to provide cultural diversity. This would prove to be one of the longer-lived incarnations of the series (three years).

Drak Pack

1980's CBS cartoon series, Drak Pack, showed the adventures of "Drak Jr." (Dracula's nephew), Howler and Frankie (the teenage descendants of The Werewolf and Frankenstein's monster) as they teamed up to fight the forces of evil. In this case, "evil" was O.G.R.E., the Organization for Generally Rotten Endeavours, led by Dr. Dred and his henchmen Toad, Mummy-Man, The Fly, and Vampira. The voice cast starred Alan Oppenheimer ("Skeletor" of He-Man) as uncle Count Dracula, Jerry Dexter ("Alan" of Josie and the Pussycats) as Drak Jr., Bill Callaway ("Aquaman" of Super Friends) as Howler and Frankie, Hans Conried (narrator of many Dr. Seuss specials) as Dr. Dred, Don Messick ("Scooby" on Scooby-Doo) as Toad and The Fly, Chuck McCann ("Ben/The Thing" on Fantastic Four) as Mummy-Man and Julie McWhirter (the voice of the animated Jeannie) as Vampira.

The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang

In this animated spin-off of the long running hit TV series, "Happy Days", the Fonz (voiced over by Henry Winkler), Richie Cunnigham (voiced over by Ron Howard) and assorted pals stumble aboard a time machine that whisks them far away from the Milwaukee, Wisconsin of 1957. Fun and adventure follow as the gang travel forward and backward in time and place.

Richie Rich

An animated series based on the comic book of the same name. Richie Rich, the world's richest kid, gets involved in various adventures and mysteries. Regardless of the situation, he manages to come out on top, either by spending lots of money, or by using incredibly expensive gadgets.

Laverne & Shirley in the Army

The series, set at Camp Fillmore, follows the comedic antics of roommates Laverne DeFazio and Shirley Feeney as privates with the U.S. Army. They wind up getting involved in clandestine escapades with their immediate superior, a pig named Sgt. Squealy, always threatening to report them to his superior, Sgt. Turnbuckle.

Space Stars

Space Stars ran four cartoon segments each week: Space Ghost, The Herculoids, Teen Force, and Astro and the Space Mutts. The cartoons would occasionally cross-over into one another. Space Ghost and the Herculoids both had their own respective series in the mid-1960s. Teen Force and Astro and the Space Mutts are both new segments, although the Astro character was originally the family dog from The Jetsons.

The Kwicky Koala Show

The Kwicky Koala Show is a Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Australia in 1981 for CBS. The TV program is notable for being among cartoon director Tex Avery's final works. Avery died during production in 1980 and the show was broadcast for one season on CBS.

The Bungle Brothers

A pair of beagles named George (voiced by Michael Bell) and Joey (voiced by Allan Melvin) seek vaudeville stardom.

Crazy Claws

Crazy Claws is a character on "The Kwicky Koala Show." He is a smart-aleck wildcat, with a voice based on Groucho Marx, living in an unnamed U.S. national park. Crazy Claws is constantly pursued by Rawhide Clyde and his canine accomplice, Bristletooth--even to the extent of using bribery much as Quick Draw McGraw does with Snuffles, but with beef jerky offered instead of dog treats.

Trollkins

The Trollkins are a race of small trolls that has green, blue, and purple faces and lives in an underground, or rather in a tree, community called Trolltown.

The Smurfs

The Smurfs are tiny blue creatures that live in mushroom houses in a peaceful forest. They repeatedly try to outwit Gargamel, an evil sorcerer, his apprentice, Scruple, and his mangy cat, Azrael.

The Little Rascals Show

This version of the Little Rascals was an animated Saturday morning cartoon series that ran one year in 1982.

Pac-Man

Pac-Man, a plucky, happy-go-lucky, comical fellow and a popular video game character, stars in his own animated series, along with Ms. Pac-Man, his wife, and their son, Pac-Baby.

Mork & Mindy (1982)

Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour is a 1982 cartoon series produced by Hanna-Barbera and Ruby-Spears Productions in association with Paramount Network Television, featuring animated versions of characters from Mork & Mindy, Laverne & Shirley, and Happy Days. This Saturday morning series lasted for one season on ABC.

Laverne & Shirley with the Fonz

Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour is a 1982 cartoon series produced by Hanna-Barbera and Ruby-Spears Productions in association with Paramount Network Television, featuring animated versions of characters from Mork & Mindy, Laverne & Shirley, and Happy Days, all part of the same franchise. This Saturday morning series lasted for one season on ABC. This show was divided into two segments, entitled Mork & Mindy and Laverne & Shirley with the Fonz.

The Puppy's New Adventures

This 30-minute Saturday morning cartoon was produced by Ruby-Spears Productions and aired a total of 21 episodes. The series follows the adventures of Petey the puppy and his friends – Dolly, Dash, Duke and Lucky – as they travel around the world together searching for his young owner Tommy and his family. The first season, titled "The Puppy's New Adventures", ran for 13 episodes as a segment on "The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour". The second season, retitled "The Puppy's Further Adventures", ran for 8 episodes and was given its own half-hour timeslot.

Shirt Tales

Based on a popular line of greeting cards, The Shirt Tales were a group of adorable animals whose shirts would randomly proclaim things such as "Hug me" or "Let's go!," usually hinting at the current mood of the various "Tales." The group consisted of leader Tyg the tiger, Rick the raccoon, panda named Pammy, Digger the mole and a monkey called Bogey. In the second season, another female character was added, young Kip the kangaroo. The group lives in an oak tree in the middle of a public park, under the watchful eye of Superintendent Dinkle. Hardly a group of loiterers, the Shirt Tails help park visitors through acts of goodwill and their uncanny ability to solve mysteries.

The Gary Coleman Show

Remember Highway to Heaven? Two years before the Michael Landon-produced series went to air, and 12 years before the similar Touched by an Angel, Hanna-Barbera produced its animated series about an earthly angel solving problems. Diff'rent Strokes star Gary Coleman (at the height of his popularity) served as the voice of apprentice guardian angel Andy LeBeau in his eponymously-named Saturday morning cartoon. Andy - because of constant blunders in angel training - is placed on probation in Heaven and is sent to Earth to solve people's problems. Episodes centered on his assignments, mistakes he made along the way, and attempts by chief villian Hornswoggle to exasperate the situation. His superior, Angelica, helps Andy work through and correct his mistakes, and ultimately foil Hornswoggle. The Gary Coleman Show was based on an NBC-TV movie that had aired earlier in 1982, called The Kid with the Broken Halo.

The Dukes

An American animated series, based directly on the popular live-action television series "The Dukes of Hazzard".

Monchhichis

Following the success of the Monchhichis doll line originating in Japan, Mattel decided to introduce these cute Monkey type characters to the American Market, spinning off this Hanna-Barbera Show. The Monchhichis resided in Monchia, high above the clouds, amonst the trees. Under the watchful eye of the Wizzar, the monchhchis loved to laugh and play, and have a happy, happy day! However, they were continually picked on by the Gumplins, purple nasty monchhichis, who lived in Grumplor. Fortunately though, the Monchhichis always had something up their sleeve (or at least, the Wizzar did), to save their treetop paradise.

Rubik, the Amazing Cube

After hitting a bump on the road, a magician's stagecoach drops a crate containing a magical Rubik's Cube, which is magically animated and speaks. Three children find and take care of it. But trouble stirs up when the magician finds out that his magical Rubik's Cube is missing. He decides that there is only one way to get back Rubik. And that is to steal the cube from the kids. But the children (and Rubik) always foils the magician's plans. Rubik has magical abilities, such as flight, when his cube colors are aligned.

The Biskitts

The Biskitts are a group of tiny anthropomorphic dogs who live on Biskitt Island and are committed to guarding the crown jewels of Biskitt Castle. Modeled after Robin Hood, the Biskitts still serve their recently deceased king while performing good deeds for the underprivileged inhabitants of their tiny island. In the narration it is explained that due to their good reputation for responsibility and security, other kings have entrusted their treasures to be safeguarded by the Biskitts. The villain of the series is the king's mean-spirited younger brother, King Max, who rules the neighboring Lower Suburbia. Why Max isn't crowned the new ruler of the Biskitts is never explained (although it is presumed the old king barred Max from succeeding him on account of Max's mean nature). In lieu of a proper coronation, Max constantly schemes to steal the jewels with the help of his hench-hounds Fang & Snarl and his jester Shecky (although Shecky was rather dimwitted and not always loyal to Max, as he even made friends with a Biskitt who shared his love of practical jokes). Biskitts are also in danger of being captured and eaten by a large wildcat named Scratch.

Lucky Luke

Série adaptée de la célèbre bande dessinée homonyme, le poor lonesome cowboy est une légende solitaire qui traverse le Far West en sauvant la veuve et l’orphelin avec son fidèle cheval, Jolly Jumper. Son adresse et sa chance sont ses meilleures armes face aux fourberies de tous les bandits, dont les frères Dalton : Averell, William, Jack et le petit dernier, Joe !

Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince

The popular canine Benji acts as the self-appointed guide and protector of a 10-year-old alien prince and his tiny robot bodyguard.

Going Bananas

Roxana Banana is an orangutan that escaped from the zoo and was adopted by the Cole family. One night, a mysterious spaceship comes down from the sky and endows Roxana with super powers via a lightning bolt. Roxana is pursued by two crooks who want to use her super powers for their own ill will, but Roxana's outdodging them by means of her powers, as well as the predicaments she creates for the Coles, provide much of the comedy for this series.

Snorks

The Snorks are a race of small, colorful beings that live happily in the (saltwater) underwater world of Snorkland. They have snorkels on their heads, which are used to propel them swiftly through the water. As evidenced by the cartoon series, when a Snork becomes excited their tube makes a "snork" sound. They have much of the same technology as contemporary humans, adapted to their own aquatic environment. The Snorks use clams as currency ("clams" is also a slang term for money).

Challenge of the GoBots

Transforming robots from the planet Gobotron wage war across the galaxy: the heroic Guardians and the evil Renegades. The Guardians, led by the heroic Leader-1, must battle the evil of Cy-Kill and his Renegades! Together with UNECOM's Matt, A.J. and Nick, they'll save the Earth and Gobotron!

The Pink Panther and Sons

The Pink Panther and Sons is a Hanna-Barbra produced spin-off of the much more popular The Pink Panther Show. This time the panther is joined by his three sons: Pinky and Panky. Ironically all of the Pink Panther's sons can talk, but the Pink Panther himself is still a mute. This had an unsuccessful run and was canceled after one 26 episode long season

SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show

Super Friends returned to ABC on Saturday September 8, 1984 with a new thirty minute program that typically featured two 11-minute stories per episode. This incarnation featured Superman, Batman, Robin and Wonder Woman, and also the Wonder Twins and Gleek, this time teamed up with Firestorm. In addition to this core group, episodes during this season also featured some cameos by old and new Super Friends. The program lasted one season until August 31, 1985. The appeal of this version of the series at the time were the emphasis on actual villains from the comic books. Brainiac, Lex Luthor, Mirror Master, Mr Mxyzptlk, as well as Darkseid and his henchmen from Apokolips, all made appearances. Mirror Master only used pocket mirrors and larger mirrors to capture the Super Friends. He didn't use any ray guns or mirror traveling. Darkseid and his underlings were actually introduced into animated form in this series. One of the oddities of the show's opening credits is the depiction of Brainiac as he appeared in the 1970s and early 1980s even though on the episodes of this series, Brainiac's appearance was in line with the comic book's of that time period — being depicted in a more skeletal form. Another oddity was having Aquaman appear in the opening sequence but he never made an appearance throughout this run of the series. This season, and the one to follow, featured the “Super Powers” tag which was part of a marketing tie-in with a toyline of the same name produced by Kenner

Paw Paws

A group of small bears that lived in a tribal society, the cubs spent every day defending themselves from their enemies, the Meanos, led by the evil sorcerer, Dark Paw. The antagonist bear and his henchmen were after the Paw Paws' three large wooden totems, Totem Bear, Totem Tortoise and Totem Eagle. The totems also served as the tribe's protectors, coming to life when needed through means of Princess Paw Paw's Mystic Moonstone, which she wore around her neck, to defend the village.

Yogi's Treasure Hunt

This show was originally on the "Funtastic World of Hanna Barbera". The characters pair off into a couple of different groups and each group tries to find the treasure first. Top Cat gives clues along the way to aid in their hunt. Dastardley and Muttley get in the way and try to steal the treasure for themselves. Yogi's Treasure Hunt started in 1985 of September in the fall. The show focus on Yogi Bear and his friends from the Hanna Barbera family like, Quick Draw, Huckleberry Hound, Auggie Doggy and Doggy Daddy, Dasterdly and Mudley and all the memorable favorites from the past. The show explains how the gang get together to find the missing treasure. The show may be airing on Boomerang on Satelittes.

Galtar and the Golden Lance

This 30-minute cartoon was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1985–86 as part of their syndicated series "The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera." Galtar ran for 21 episodes and was largely created in response to the rising popularity of the He-Man franchise. The series is about the mythical sword-and-sorcery adventures of three companions: Galtar, Princess Goleeta and her younger mind controlling brother Zorn. With the help of a golden lance, Galtar battles Tormack, the tyrannical usurper of the kingdom of Bandisar who seeks to conquer the world.

The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians

The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians was the newest incarnation of the long-standing Super Friends series based on the DC Comics. Like its predecessor, SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers show, Galactic Guardians featured Adam West as Batman as well as showcasing relatively new superheroes Firestorm and Cyborg as well as members of previous SuperFriend incarnations (Samurai, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Hawkman). The show featured Darkseid of Apokolips and his minions Kalibak and DeSaad as the primary protagonists. Other DC villains (the Joker, Lex Luthor, the Penguin, Felix Faust, etc.) also appeared from time to time during this relatively short lived series.

The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo

The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo was about the adventures of Scooby Doo, Shaggy Rogers, Daphne Blake, and Scrappy-Doo chasing after more mysteries. Now they are joined by a magnificent warlock called Vincent Van Ghoul, who is a cartoon cariature of Vincent Price (who also provided the voice), and a mischievous boy named Flim-Flam. Together they have to catch 13 ghosts and put them in a magical "Chest of Demons" that Scooby and Shaggy were tricked into opening by two sneaky ghosts named Weerd and Bogel. This was the last cartoon series that the original Scooby-Doo gang (minus Fred and Velma) appeared in for nearly 20 years. In 1988, the entire gang returned to TV as children in A Pup Named Scooby Doo, but they wouldn't resurface again weekly in their adult form until 2002 in What's New Scooby-Doo?.

The Berenstain Bears (2003)

We follow a family of bears, known as the Berenstain Bears, as they figure out life together. With friendly neighbors and close friends, the journey is never boring. Inspired by the book series written by Stan and Jan Berenstain.

CBS Storybreak

CBS Storybreak is a Saturday morning anthology television series that originally aired on the CBS network from 1985 to 1989. Hosted by Bob Keeshan (and in its 1993 return by Malcolm-Jamal Warner), the episodes are half-hour animated adaptations of children's books published at the time of airing, including How to Eat Fried Worms. Other episodes included Dragon's Blood and Ratha's Creature.

Teen Wolf: The Animated Series

Teen Wolf, known as The Cartoon Adventures of Teen Wolf in the United Kingdom, is an animated American television series broadcast from 1986 to 1987 that was produced by Southern Star Productions in association with Clubhouse Pictures. It was based on the 1985 live-action film, Teen Wolf. The series is about a teenage boy and his family who can transform into werewolves. Focusing on themes of coming of age and fitting in. While generally keeping true to the main ideas, this version made some changes from the film.

Jonny Quest (1986)

In this continuation of the original Jonny Quest series from the 60's, this 13-episode series aired in syndication as part of the Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera weekend cartoon package. The formula was basically the same as the original: Dr. Benton Quest and his long-time friend and aide "Race" Bannon, along with Quest's son Jonny and his friend Hadji Singh, investigate the upper threshold of science and the world of the paranormal, travelling the world and solving puzzles, locating hidden artifacts, battling evildoers such as the evil Dr. Zin, and escaping danger at every turn. The new series did some updating to the original: strong independent teenage girl Jessie Bradshaw was introduced in the fourth episode and became a member of the Quest team. The producers also added Hardrock, a stone-like warrior from deep beneath the Earth, who helped out the Quests. They also split the original Quest plane into two ships - Questor 2 attached to Questor 1 but could detach for 1-man missions as necessary.

Pound Puppies

Pound Puppies cartoon was inspired by the Tonka Toys line and centers on 11-year old Holly and her dog friends Cooler, Whopper, Nose Marie, and Howler at the Wagga Wagga Pound who work hard to find happy homes for dogs. They are opposed by Brattina and Katrina, along with Catgut and Nabbit. The series began with a one-hour special in 1985 on ABC. The Pound Puppies consisted of 13 episodes, aired Saturday mornings on ABC. It was followed by The All-New Pound Puppies in 1987.

The Flintstone Kids

The Flintstone Kids was one of the many Flintstones spin-offs. It featured our main characters except as 10 year olds. Along with some new characters: Dreamchip, Philo, and Rocky Ratrock these mischevious kids got in many adventures. This show was great and one of the best cartoons of the 80's. Although it didn't match up to the original grown-up versions of The Flintstones it still carried on from 1986-1988. The series ended with a bang with the populated feature special in 1988 "The Flintstone Kids Just Say No". There were other segments that featured along with the show. One was called "Dino's Dilemma", and the other was called "Captain Caveman". Those two segments were featured after Flintstone Kids episodes were finished and eventually Captain Caveman became a spin-off. Basically all these things are what made The Flintstone Kids a great show and an excellent addition to The Flintstone

Captain Caveman and Son

This show was about the prehistoric superhero and his son. Both of them were crime fighters and fought the meanest villains, like Mr. Bad. It was also a TV Show that was watched and Loved by the Flintstone Kids, who wore the Captain Caveman cape and swung the caveman club before every show.

Foofur

In the town of Willowby, a tall skinny blue dog named Foofur has inherited his late master's wealthy estate. Foofur and his niece, Rocki, spring some animals from the Bowser Busters' van whom Foofur befriends. Foofur and his friends have an enemy in a woman named Mrs. Amelia Escrow and her pet Chihuahua named Pepe. As executor of the will that placed Foofur in charge of the estate, Mrs. Escrow has tried many times to sell the estate. But her plots have always been thwarted by Foofur and his friends as they also protect their home from rats, cats and greedy humans that have always been thwarted by Foofur right under her nose.

Wildfire

In this animated Hanna/Barbera series, the kingdom of Dar-Shan is placed under a curse by the evil Diabolyn, Queen Serena is desposed and her daughter Sarah and her husband Prince Cavan are exiled to Earth. Prince Cavan is stripped of his memories and believes he is John Cavanaugh, a rancher in the American Southwest. Sarah is unaware of her heritage until the day that Wildfire, an intelligent magical horse and the Royal Family's Champion, travels to Earth to bring Sarah to Dar-Shan and aid in whatever problem sthey have. Each week Sarah travels to Dar-Shan with Wildfire, typically to thwart the schemes of Diabolyn as she tries to take the throne and become Queen.

Sky Commanders

This animated series premiered in July 1987 as part of "The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera" and was based on an action figure line from Kenner Toys. The story revolves around a group of soldiers and mountaineering specialists who battle the evil General Lucas Plague and his squad of mercenaries. The series is set on a new continent deep in the South Pacific that was created by the emergence to the surface world of a new, powerful, unstable radioactive element called "Phaeta Seven." General Plague wants to control this element and harnesses its enormous power to rule the world, and it is up to General Mike Summit and his soldiers to stop him.

Popeye and Son

Popeye and Olive are now married, and they have a son, Popeye Jr. Bluto is also married- to a woman named Lizzie- and he also has a son, Tank. The kids are just like their father... except Popeye Jr. hates spinach. Wimpy has a nephew, Francis.

A Pup Named Scooby-Doo

For more than a decade, it looked as if this would be the final weekly Scooby Doo series. Following the unsuccessful run of The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, the creators went back to the drawing board and turned the original "Mystery Inc." characters into small children, who now worked under the title of "The Scooby Doo Detective Agency." Gone were the days of a pup named Scrappy-Doo, this series ushered in the age of a pup named Scooby-Doo! Although they would have been this age in the '50s or '60s, the kids were far more like kids of the '80s, with computers, skateboards, and gadgets that were popularized far later. As in the original series, the villains of this series were always bad guys in rubber masks, a concept that they had gotten away from when Scrappy entered the show and the ghosts became real. More cartoonish than the rest of the shows, the characters seemed to nod back to the old Warner Bros. cartoons -- complete with bugging eyes, gaping jaws, and a myriad of hijinks an

The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley

Ed lives with his goldfish Moby and rat Sheldon. His obsession with Pat Sajak and the triangle continues. New twists include an infatuation with his attractive neighbor Miss Malone, and dealing with his cranky landlord and wife, Leo and Deirdre Freebus. Also features the Truly Remarkable Gustav Brothers, Roger and Wendell. Count Floyd hosts Ed's favorite TV show, "Really Scary Stories."

The New Yogi Bear Show

The New Yogi Bear Show was a 30-minute weekday animated series which aired in first-run syndication in 1988 and featured one of Hanna-Barbera's most classical characters, Yogi Bear. It contained 45 new shorts combined with reruns of The Yogi Bear Show from 1961-1963. Pared down from some of the other, recent incarnations of the adventures of Yogi and his friends, this series featured only Yogi, Boo Boo, Cindy and Ranger Smith, with the episodes set in Jellystone Park. This series also introduced three new characters: Ranger Roubideux (the Ranger Smith's assistant, who's chubby and tiny-sized), Ninja Raccoon (a Japanese raccoon cub, who wears a kimono) and Blubber Bear from Wacky Races (a large grizzly bear, who's taller than Yogi).

Fantastic Max

Fantastic Max is a cartoon about a 16-month-old boy and his travels through space. His colleagues are FX, a green alien from the planet Twinkle Twinkle, and A.B. Sitter, the "plastic parent". With FX's magic (and his trademark saying "Rocket and roll!"), Max's baby bottle becomes a rocket and catapults them into space. Fantastic Max aired Sunday mornings as part of a two-hour block called The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera, which is best known for featuring the cartoon Yogi's Treasure Hunt. The block also spawned some short-lived cartoons including Super Ted, Midnight Patrol, and Don Coyote.

The Further Adventures of SuperTed

A once-discarded teddy bear discovers fun and adventure as the cuddliest superhero in the universe. Now SuperTed and Spotty roam the universe in search of fun and adventure.

Dink, the Little Dinosaur

The series followed Dink the Apatosaurus as he roams the volcanic landscape of prehistory in a place called Green Meadow.

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures

Bill and Ted are the lead singers of the would-be rock band "Wyld Stallyns." In the future, the music produced by the Wyld Stallyns will unify all the nations of earth, ushering in a new age of peace and groovy prosperity. To ensure Bill and Ted stay on the right path to success, the overseers of the future send an agent, Rufus, to take Bill and Ted through time and meet the most powerful figures in history. Rufus intends to use the time travel technique to help Bill and Ted improve their grades at high school, and in doing so, learn more about the world that, they in the future, will bring peace to (providing of course, they don't bring chaos to the time periods they visit, which they always do). In the eyes of others, this would seem like the ultimate education, but in Bill and Ted's eyes, it's a most excellent adventure!

The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda

Animated series based on Don Quixote with anthropomorphic animals. Unstable heroic knight Don Coyote, his talking horse Rosinante, his sidekick Sancho Panda and Sancho's cynical talking donkey Dapple roam the country and fight villainy.

Tom and Jerry Kids Show (1990)

Tom & Jerry Kids is an animated television series, co-produced by Hanna-Barbera and Turner Entertainment, starring the cat-and-mouse duo Tom and Jerry as children (kitten and mouse). The show premiered in 1990 and continued airing until 1994. It began airing as the first program of the FOX's children's block, Fox Kids on September 8, 1990.

Gravedale High

Gravedale High is about teacher Max Schneider, who taught a group of teenage monsters. Each of the kids are modeled after Hollywood's greatest horror monsters. Vinnie is a vampire, Duzer is a gorgon, Blanche is a zombie, Frankentyke is the monster, Reggie is a werewolf, Cleofatra is a mummy, J.P. is a zombie, Gill is a swamp creature, and Sid is an invisible boy. It was produced by Hanna-Barbara and lasted for one season on NBC before being canceled.

Potsworth & Co.

In the magical realm of the Dream Zone, almost anything is possible! Every night four neighborhood friends, Keiko, siblings Rosie and Nick, Carter, and his dog Potsworth, meet in their dreams.

The Pirates of Dark Water

Thirteen Treasures of ancient time, Thirteen lessons of Rule in rhyme. To find the jewels in secret places, Follow where the Compass faces. If returned from the shore beyond, A new day dawns for Octopon. But if they fall into evil hands, Darkness descends on all the lands. For these riches two shall vie, In the realm of Dark Water where the Treasures lie. Welcome to the Pirates of Dark Water guide at TV Tome. When Ren, a young lighthouse keeper, rescues a stranger foundering in the rocks near his home, he learns the man was his father, the former king of Octopon. Ren is given a magic crystal Compass that guides him to the Thirteen Treasures of Rule. Unfortunately, the evil pirate captain Bloth is also aware of the Treasures and is relentless in pursuing Ren to get them. On his side, Ren soon acquires companions like Ioz the pirate, Tula the Ecomancer, and Niddler the fussy monkey-bird. His quest becomes all the more urgent when Ren learns that the Dark Wate

Yo Yogi!

Taking place in Jellystone Town, the show features Yogi Bear and other popular Hanna-Barbera characters including his friends Boo-Boo Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Snagglepuss, and Yogi's girlfriend Cindy Bear depicted as 14-year-old crime fighters. The gang hang out at Jellystone Mall owned by "Diamond" Doggie Daddy with Augie Doggie as his heir to the mall business. Yogi and the gang work at an agency called L.A.F. (short for Lost and Found), where they act as detectives trying to solve mysteries under the supervision of the mall's security guard Officer Smith. Dickie Dastardly and his sidekick Muttley would cause trouble for Yogi and his gang. The show also introduced a teenage bear named Roxey Bear who was Cindy's rival and Yogi's competitor, as well as news reporter Chuck Toupée. The characters were never seen at home or school.

Young Robin Hood

Young Robin Hood (1991) is an animated series produced by Cinar and Hanna-Barbera. The series takes place when Robin is a teenager, Richard the Lion Heart is on his "first crusade" and Robin Hood's father, the Earl of Huntington, joins him.

Fish Police

Inspector Gill, a fish detective, navigates an underwater metropolis, solving often Mafia-related crimes while avoiding the seduction of vamp Angel Jones and avoiding marriage to diner owner Pearl.

Capitol Critters

A field mouse moves in the basement of the White House with various critters,the show pokes fun of things there. ABC cancelled the show after showing only 7 of the 13 episodes that were produced. The Cartoon Network picked up the series in 1995 and it ran there for most of 1996.

The Addams Family (1992)

This animated series is the fourth incarnation of the creepy characters based on the macabre family comics created by Charles Addams. It first came out as a television series in the 1960's. They then became animated in the 70's, first in their own animated series, and then an appearance in The New Scooby-Doo Movies around the same time. The family then went movie-bound in the early 90's as they were put on the big screen. It was a hit at the box office, which prompted a sequel (Addams Family Values), but before then, this second animated series that features the gang of macabre miscreants who have their own unusual ways of having fun adventures.

Droopy: Master Detective

This Hanna–Barbera animated series -- a spin-off from "The Tom & Jerry Kids Show" -- ran for 13 episodes from September 11, 1993 to August 8, 1994. It featured Droopy and his son, Dripple, as detectives on the mean streets of a big city (spoofing detective films and cop shows). The show also featured new stand-alone segments starring Screwball Squirrel.

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Seeing the Earth in its profound environmental peril, Gaia, goddess of the Earth, summons five kids from around the world to become the Planeteers, an opposing force to fight back and educate others in the need to be environmentally responsible. To accomplish that task, each kid is given a magic ring that each has a power of earth, wind, water, fire and heart. When the threat they face is too big for them to face, they can combine and amplify their powers to create Captain Planet, who has the power to stop catastrophic environmental disasters himself, while the Planeteers contribute with the things anyone can and should do to help.

2 Stupid Dogs

Two Stupid Dogs follows the lives of two dogs, the overly excited Little Dog (the dachshund) and easy-paced Big Dog (the sheepdog). These crazy canines don't know how to fit in the world, and they definitely don't have any know-how. They often find themselves in commonplace situations (going to the drive-in, walking through the mall, working on the farm), some not so common situations (stuck on a space shuttle, a contestant on a game show, getting mistaken for the prime minister), and even in some familiar situations (Little Red Riding Hood, Noah's Ark, and Hansel and Gretel). But no matter the situation, their stupidity usually leads them to calamitous results.

Super Secret Secret Squirrel

A new take on the classic Secret Squirrel series, this incarnation takes Secret and Morocco Mole through a series of adventures fighting villains, ranging from a Queen Bee to a Quark. Secret and Morocco use their gadgets, Secret's skills and Morocco's clumsiness to triumph. This show-within-a-show ran during the series 2 Stupid Dogs. However, even though they shared the same time slot the series were unrelated to each other in theme and topic.

Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron

Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron was a short-lived cartoon show produced by Hanna-Barbera that first aired in September 1993. It revolved around the feline characters of Megakat City, and its two main characters were Jake Clawson and Chance Furlong, two pilots who were thrown out of the enforcers due to a mishap and forced to work as junkyard auto mechanics to repay the damages they caused. They decided they had to do more to make amends, and therefore, Jake Clawson designed the Turbokat and became the vigilantes known was the SWAT Kats. Jake, a.k.a Razor, was the weapons system officer and Chance, a.k.a T-bone, was the pilot. Together they protected Megakat City from many foes, such as Dark Kat, Dr. Viper, The Pastmaster, Mac and Molly, a.k.a. The Metallikats, and Hard Drive.

Dumb and Dumber

The show follows the dumb friends from the 1994 movie, "Dumb and Dumber" as they travel around with their pet beaver in their Mutt Cutts van a.k.a. their Shaggin' Wagon.

What a Cartoon

What a Cartoon! is an American animation showcase project created by Fred Seibert for Hanna-Barbera Cartoons to be run on Cartoon Network. The project consisted of 82 short cartoons, intended to return creative power to animators and artists, by recreating the atmospheres that spawned the great cartoon characters of the mid-20th century. Each of 71 short cartoons mirrored the structure of a theatrical cartoon, with each film being based on an original storyboard drawn and written by its artist or creator.

The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

Computer wiz Jonny Quest and his friends battle international criminals using the resources of the Quest Foundation. Their chief weapon, and the target of many of their enemies, is the permanent, variable, sometimes unpredictable computer-generated VR domain, Questworld, which is entered using VR headsets. Inside Questworld, they must solve puzzles, locate hidden objects, battle evildoers and escape very-real danger if they are to succeed.

Cave Kids

Cave Kids is a 30-minute short-lived animated series and spin-off of The Flintstones starring Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera for Cartoon Network and aired in 1996. The series followed the adventures of Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm as pre-schoolers with Dino, the Flintstones' family dog as their babysitter. Unlike the original Flintstones series and its several spin-off productions featuring the kids and their famous parents, this show focused more on educational values and lessons for children.

Johnny Bravo

Johnny Bravo tells the story of a biceps-bulging, karate-chopping free spirit who believes he is a gift from God to the women of the earth. Unfortunately for Johnny, everyone else sees him as a narcissistic Mama's boy with big muscles and even bigger hair. In short, he is the quintessential guy who 'just doesn't get it.' No matter what he does, or where he finds himself, he always winds up being his own worst enemy.

Cow and Chicken

The series follows the surreal adventures of a cow, named Cow, and her chicken brother, named Chicken. They are often antagonized by "The Red Guy", who poses as various characters to scam them.

I Am Weasel

An intentionally famous genius, I. M. Weasel is envied by the his less-than-clever counterpart, I. R. Baboon. No matter what outlandish adventure I. R. Baboon undertakes, it seems that the wordly I. M. Weasel is there before him, winning the adultation of all. Such acclaim frustrates I. R. Baboon, often leading him to him to exclaim: "Why is always him? Should be I?". I Am Weasel started as the segment of Cow and Chicken but in Season 5 it became an independent show.

Jellystone!

Welcome to Jellystone! Travel to a magical town where you’ll meet new and old friends, including Yogi Bear, Cindy Bear, Boo Boo, and Huckleberry Hound…and Jabberjaw and Top Cat and Snagglepuss and El Kabong and Wally Gator and Johnny Quest and Hadji and Shag Rugg and Captain Caveman and a whole lot more.