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Crazylegs Crane was a dimwitted bird whose troubles stemmed from his own self-inflicted blundering. His lack of common sense was a perpetual source of shame and mortification to his son Crane Jr. The two made their home in a swamp, where Crazylegs spent a good deal of time pursuing a potential meal known as Dragonfly - a fire breathing dragonfly fond of singing and rhyming. Although Crazylegs and Dragonfly were natural adversaries, on occasion they teamed up as friends. Crazylegs Crane began as...
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The series was about two toads, Toro and Pancho, who live in the Mexican city of Tijuana. Throughout the cartoon story they try to eat their prey, but always get outsmarted. They would sometimes themselves be targeted by a bird, Crazylegs Crane , and would in turn always outsmart him. The series introduced two characters who later got their own series. The Blue Racer first appeared in "Snake in the Gracias" before getting his own series in 1972. Crazylegs Crane also spun off to his...
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Hoot Kloot was a series of 17 theatrical cartoon shorts produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises from 1973 to 1974. Sheriff Hoot Kloot is a diminutive, short-tempered lawman who tries to maintain order in a remote western town. He is aided by his loyal horse Fester whom Kloot refers to simply as "Horse." Fester remains Kloot's honest and faithful friend, often giving the Sheriff the benefit of his homespun wisdom while battling various outlaws including Crazywolf, a looney...
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In The Ant and the Aardvark, a hungry Aardvark was consistently foiled in his attempts to make a meal of an Ant. It is hard to imagine how he stayed so plump, considering he expended more calories chasing the six-legged snack than he would ever gained from eating it. As if trying to outwit his tiny foe was not bad enough, the Aardvark at times had to contend with larger and more ferocious creatures who, for various reasons, sided with the ant. It was never revealed whether the Aardvark faced...
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In 1964, the feature length, live-action film " The Pink Panther " was released. The film's opening credits were animated with a cartoon version of the film's main character, Inspector Clouseau, who chased after the elusive Pink Panther. In the movie the name was given to a rar diamon, but DePatie-Freleng (the designers of the title sequence) showed a literal representation of the Pink Panther as a large, pink cat. Audiences fell in love with Pink's cool sense of style and Henry...
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The Blue Racer is a series of 17 theaterical cartoons produced from 1972 to 1974 created by Friz Freleng and David H. DePatie. The character's first cartoon, Snake in the Gracias from The Tijuana Toads was released theatrically on January 24, 1971. The cartoons are directed by Art Davis, Gerry Chiniquy, Sid Marcus, Robert McKimson, David Deneen, Bob Baiser, Cullen Houghtaling and produced by David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng. The majority of the cartoons were animated at the DePatie-Freleng...
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Roland and Rattfink is a series of animated shorts produced and released from 1967 to 1972. The main characters also made several guest appearances on The Pink Panther animated series. The series was produced by David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng. The cartoons concerned blond, good-looking, pacifist Roland and the many attempts by the evil, mustachioed Rattfink to ruin his good time. Roland and Rattfink were both voiced by Lennie Weinrib (except in "The Deadwood Thunderball" where they...
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The Dogfather was a series of 17 cartoons produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and released between 1974 and 1976. It is the final theatrical cartoon series made by DePatie-Freleng. The Dogfather was a parody of The Godfather , but with canines as part of the Italian organized crime syndicate. It consists of the Dogfather (voiced by Bob Holt) and his henchmen Pug (also Bob Holt) and Louie (voiced by Daws Butler). The opening credits featured the Dogfather, speaking to the lyrics of a song...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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Possessed of super strength and the ability to fly, Atom Ant was no ordinary insect. Whenever law enforcement agencies faced a problem they couldn't handle, they turned to him for help. Atom Ant's "secret headquarters was located in a private ant hill, with a mailbox at the entrance that read ATOM ANT. Deep in his underground laboratory, Atom Ant received calls for help from law enforcement agencies, or by picking up distress signals from everyday citizens through the use of his antennae....
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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The show features a hillbilly cat called Punkin' Puss who lives in the old worn-well house in the woods of the southern U.S. Punkin' is preoccupied with a hillbilly mouse called Mushmouse who lives in the house as well, and Punkin' frequently tries to shoot him with his rifle. In several cartoons, one of Mushmouse cousins visits and gives Punkin' Puss a hard time. Two shorts for instance: the second episode "Small Change, has Punkin' Puss (and later a dog as well) shrinking to mouse size,...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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The Kwicky Koala Show is a 30-minute Saturday-morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and Hanna Barbera Pty. Ltd. that aired on CBS from September 12 to December 26, 1981. - Kwicky Koala - A wolf needs to eat, but unless Wilford Wolf was on an form of diet, he would have been wise to pursue someone other than Kwicky Koala. Unlike most marsupials, happy-go-lucky Kwicky had the ability to instantly teleport out of trouble - popping in and out of existence over a short distance. This...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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The New Yogi Bear Show (also known as Hanna-Barbera's Yogi Bear Show ) is an American animated television series and the sixth incarnation of the Yogi Bear franchise produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions that aired in syndication from September 12 to November 11, 1988, containing forty-five new episodes combined with reruns of the original 1961 series. Paired down from some of the other versions (the all-star cartoons with Huckleberry Hound and Quick Draw McGraw as such), this series featured...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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the popular Scooby-Doo franchise began with the 1969 series Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, followed by several versions of the show under different canceling the series because they feit the show's formula was getting stale, as eideenced by its decllining ratings. Hanna-Barbera pitch a new cast member - namely, Scooby-Doo's youthful and overconfident nephew Scrappy-Doo that would keep the series fresh while maintaining the show's proven formula, with the result that the Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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The Mumbly Cartoon Show is a Saturday morning animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and featuring the titular Mumbly, a cartoon dog detective. It was broadcast on ABC from September 11, 1976 to September 3, 1977 as part of Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape/Mumbly Show. This complication packaged reruns of the 1975 The Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show with Mumbly as a new component. Mumbly (voiced by Don Messick) is a private eye dog trenchcoat, who works with a human detective, Chief...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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Magilla Gorilla was the feature segment on the half-hour, The Magilla Gorilla Show . Backup segments included Punkin' Puss & Mushmouse and Ricochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long . In the show's second season the Ricochet Rabbit switched places with Breezly & Sneezly from The Peter Potamus Show to help bolster ratings for Peter Potamus. Mr. Peebles, owner of Peebles Pet Shop, just couldn't sell the lovable bumbling primate, Magilla Gorilla. Not only did the cost of feeding Magilla rised Mr....
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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Touche Turtle & Dum Dum (pronounced too-shay) is one of the segments from The New Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Series, produced by Hanna-Barbera in 1962. This show was originally on The New Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Series along with Wally Gator and Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har. Touche Turtle and Dum Dum were a pair of heroic fencers who battle villains and heroically save kings, queens, maidens and others in distress. Touche was the brave and dashing leader, whereas Dum Dum was more of a...
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Loopy de Loop is a theatrical cartoon short series produced and directed by Hanna-Barbera after leaving MGM and opening their new studio, Hanna-Barbera Productions. 48 cartoons were produced between 1959 and 1965, and released to theatres by Columbia Pictures, and his theatrical cartoon series was the only one to be produced by Hanna-Barbera. On occasion, his nephew Bon-Bon appeared as sidekick in Loopy's adventures. Loopy de Loop is a gentleman wolf who mangled the English language in his bid...
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- Synopsis -  The Cattanooga Cats were a feline rock 'n' roll band that included singer/dancer Kitty Jo, drummer Groove, lead singer/guitarist Country, and bass player Scoots. A large, shaggy dog named Teenie Tim rounded out the show by connecting other cartoon segments with their musical fillers. The musical numbers alowed the Cats to get their groove on in what best be described as a psychedelic joy ride. In the spirit of cross merchandisiing, an album was released in tandem with the series...
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Samson & Goliath , also known as Young Samson , is an American television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for NBC, where it debuted on September 9, 1967. Primarily sponsored by General Mills, who controlled the distribution rights through its agency Dancer Fitzgerald Sample, Samson & Goliath was retitled Young Samson in April 1968 to avoid confusion with the stop-motion Christian television series Davey and Goliath. Twenty-six 12-minute episodes of the series were produced,...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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The Snooper & Blabber series was one of three segments in Hanna-Barbera's second half-hour cartoon show, Quick Draw McGraw . Snooper & Blabber starred Super Snooper and Blabber Mouse, a cat and mouse private eye team that parodied the detective shows of of the day, Snooper talked in the terse manner of Jack Webb on Dragnet ("Just the facts, ma'am), and Blabber talked with an equally terse lisp. These segments were responsible for the introduction of Snagglepuss , who would...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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The fastest lawman in the West, Sheriff "ping-ping-ping" Ricochet Rabbit and his deputy Droop-a-long Coyote kept the peace in the small town of Hoop-n-Holler. Ricochet got his name for his habit of bouncing off obstacles while chasing bad guys. With the high agility to outrun bullets, Ricochet backlashed a gale of wind that pulled everything back behind in his wake he took off at top speed. Deputy Droop-a-long, who moved at a considerably slower pace, learned to grab hold of something...
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A small excitable duck - only slightly easier to understand than his more famous relative in the sailor suit - Yakky Doodle needed considerable guidance in the art of recognizing danger. Stalked by the likes of Fibber Fox and Alfy Gator, Yakky would surely have perished if not for his good pal Chopper, a friendly but formidable bulldog whose protection prevented Yakky's early demise. Yakky Doodle made his first appearance in 1960 in an episode of Augie Doggie & Daddy Doggie, which led to...
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Loosely based upon the novel Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne, this was an adventure segment involving balloonist Phineas "Finny" Fogg Jr. is conceived as the great-great grandson from America of the main character Phileas Fogg in the novel. He and reporter teenagers Jenny Trent and Hoppy set out on a globetrotting adventure to travel around the world in 79 days and beat the original record set by Finny's ancestor. The trio in competition for both the record and a...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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In their quest to come up with an original premise for a cartoon Hanna-Barbera Productions outdid themselves when they thought up the 40 foot tall purple primate called Grape Ape and his best pal Beegle Beagle (or, "Beegly Beagly" according to Grape Ape). The two traveled around in a yellow van, with Beegle Beagle driving and the oversized Grape Ape crouching on top. They or course regularly found themselves in interesting and unusual predicaments, which allowed for Grape Ape to...
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It's the Wolf followed the comedic exploits of a wolf named Mildew who endlessly chased a cute little lamb named Lambsy in the hopes of "having him over for dinner." Lambsy, determined that winding up up the wolf's bill of faire would be entirely unfair, would yelp his famous tag-line, "It's the Wool-uff! It's the Wool-uff!" Luckily for Lambsy, his protector Bristle Hound was always on the job to thwart Mildew's plans. Whenever he apprehened the persistent wolf, Bristle...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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Inspired by the TV craze of rural sitcoms as The Andy Griffith Show, The Beverly Hillbillies, Green Acres and others, Hanna-Barbera's cartoon equivalent, The Hillbilly Bears, took the stereotype of rural residents of the American South to the extreme. The series featured the Rugg clan, a family of dirt-poor country bears who lived in the mountains and lazed around to the sound of the banjo. Paw Rugg, the muttering head of the family, spent most of his time asleep, awaking only to blast someone...
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Significant changes were made to the show in its second season. Fred, Velma and Daphne were dropped from the series and Shaggy, Scooby and Scrappy traveled all over the world on their own. Stories were also reduced to 7-minute segments and played at intervals with segments of mysteries, but rather encountered genuine supernatural beings with Shaggy and Scooby did their best to escape and Scrappy did his best to splat. The tone of the stories was also changed to a typed of silly comedy, where...
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Set during a time period resembling the late middle ages, three bumbling, Musketeer-like dogs loyally served their king as palace guards. Out of the three, purple furred Yippee was tallest, white furred Yappee was of mid-size height, and orange furred Yahooey was shortest. Their royal highness had to duck for cover whenever he summoned his "goofy guards" as they were prone to making flamboyant, smashing entrances. Their incompetency caused the king a considerate amount of grief, but...
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The friendly pink mountain lion called Snagglepuss was minor character in several Hanna-Barbera cartoons before he got his own series, although his first appearance is open to debate. A character similar in design, called Snaggletooth, originally appeared in an episode of Quick Draw McGraw in 1959, but despite the name difference he clearly formed the seed of the Snagglepuss character. In addition, Snagglepuss got work as a supporting character on Augie Doggie & Daddy Doggie and with...
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Following the mid/late 1980's fad of creating childhood versions of successful properties, in 1986 Hanna-Barbera created on alternate take on their series The Flintstones , in which the adults from that series knew each other and were friends as kids. In The Flintstone Kids , the 10-year-old versions of Fred "Freddy" Flintstone, Barney Rubble, Wilma Slaghoopie and Betty McBricker palled around with one another, as unsuccessful at avoiding trouble as ever. Additional childhood friends...
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Trying to find shelter from a storm while driviing their "Looney Duney" dune buggy, three teenagers - the brainy redhead Skip Gilroy, the blonde beauty April Stewart, and Skip's brawny dark-headed best friend, Augie Anderson - and his dog Elmo, entered an old house where a grandfather clock displayed the incorrect tim. Upon setting the clock to midnight, it released two Revolutionary War-era ghosts: an American patriot named Jonathan Wellington Muddlemore, whom the kids call...
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Bill Hanna and Joseph Barbera first made their claim to fame with the cat and mouse due Tom & Jerry while still working for MGM. It was not until 1958 that they reintroduced a cat and mouse cast of characters to a series with Pixie & Dixie and Mr. Jinks . Only now there were two mice causing trouble for the resident house cat: a blue bow tie wearing mouse named Pixie, and his friend Dixie who wears a red vest. Unlike the Tom & Jerry cartoons however, all three members of the Pixie...
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by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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Yogi Bear remains one of the utmost successful star characters to have been created by Hanna-Barbera. He began his backing segment on The Huckleberry Hound Show in 1958. By 1961, he was headlining his own series, The Yogi Bear Show , with the supporting segments Snagglepuss and Yakky Doodle. Yogi Bear lived in Jellystone National Park, and his antics made park rangers question their career choice. For his part, Yogi suffered mainly from boredom, hunger and hunters. He spent much of his time...
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Goober and the Ghost Chasers  followed in the footsteps of the wildly popular series Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!.  Banking on the ratings success of Scooby-Doo, network executives were eager for something similar, and Hanna-Barbera was happy to oblige for the better part of a decade, creating new shows that followed a similar format, but differentiated by some unusual twist. Of those shows,  Goober and the Ghost Chasers  was arguably most similar to the original. Teenagers Ted, Tina and...
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Quick Draw McGraw was the featured segment on the half-show Quick Draw McGraw Show . The other 7-minute segments were Snooper & Blabber (a cat and mouse detective team) and Augie Doggie & Doggie Daddy (a bumbling canine father and his son). Parents could set their watches to nobody took any notice) in the American Old West, who others sent for when they faced trouble too difficult to overcome themselves. Quick Draw had the help of his faithful companion Baba Looey, a Mexican burro who...
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Scooby-Doo! and the Reluctant Werewolf is a 1988 animated made-for-television film produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for syndication as part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series. It marked Scrappy-Doo's last appearance as a protagonist in the Scooby-Doo franchise to date; he would not appear in Scooby-Doo productions again the live-action movie film in 2002, where he became the main antagonist. It is also the last appearance of Shaggy's outfit from The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo until...
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Precious Pupp was a loyal pooch to his owner Granny Sweet. The large, shaggy dog had a carefree attitude, but the proved especially adept at getting revenge on any who attempted to wrong either himself or Granny. Given that Granny Sweet had the disposition of a much younger and active woman - she participated in a variety of sports, and loved to zip around town on her motorcycle - Precious Pupp came across plenty of opportunities to defend her honor. His joy for the confrontations came across...
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Living in Cave Block 9 at the Wonderland Zoo, The Hair Bear Bunch were three cousins who, under cover of darkness, would break out and explore the real world, trying to find out what they were missing. The leader was Hair Bear, so named for the amazingly large afro that he sported, as was the style of the times. Square Bear was a goofy, hat-wearing bear with an obsession for food, and Bubi Bear was a kind of Boo-Boo Bear for this show; in fact, this whole show owed no small debt to fellow...
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Augie Doggie & Doggie Daddy was one of three segments on The Quick Draw McGraw Show. Doggie Daddy was a not-overwhelmingly competent single canine father, raising his devoted son, Augie Doggie. Augie adored "dear old Dad" and hung on his every word, despite the fact that Augie would clearly have been more competent in the leadership role. Episode 20 - Gone To The Ducks", introduced a character who was to become minor Hanna-Barbera star in his own right - Yakky Doodle , who...
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Hanna-Barbera was determined to let no mystery go unsolved. They hit upon a successful TV formula when they created a group of mystery-solving teens with their 1969 series Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! After numerous variations on this theme - like The Funky Phantom (1971), Goober and the Ghost Chasers (1971), and Clue Club (1976) to name but three - they released their latest incarnation in 1977, involving a group of three teen beauties assisted by a short and hairy, but powerful and comical...
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In 1975, everyone's favorite animated cat and mouse team were back on Saturday mornings, this time splitting the bill with a 40-foot tall purple gorilla. Hanna-Barbera's hour-long The New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show debuted in the fall with one major difference from the original cartoon: Tom & Jerry were good friends! As a response to a growing concern that cartoons were becoming too violent, the producers though it would be in the viewers' best interest (as well as their own) to have...
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Together with Wally Gator and Touche Turtle & Dum Dum , Lippy the Lion was offered to local U.S. stations in the early 60s as part of the syndicated, The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Show . Lippy was, as the name implies, a lion, and his sidekick Hardy was a dour-faced, non-laughing hyena. The two often found themselves in a sticky predicament due to some hair-brained scheme Lippy would come up with; but it usually the pessimistic Hardy who suffered most from whatever consequences befell them....
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Peter Potamus & So-So  was the main segment on the half-hour show,  Peter Potamus & His Magic Flying Balloon . A segment titled  Breezly & Sneezly  took up the second slot, with Yippee, Yappee & Yahooey  filling out the third. Peter Potamus was a friendly, purple hippo who traveled through time in a hot air balloon with his companion So-So the monkey. The pair found themselves at the center of conflict wherever they went, while encountering well known figures from history...
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Captain Caveman originally appeared in 1977 series Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels , and later in the 1980 in his own self-titled segments on The Flintstone Comedy Show . In 1986 he teamed up with son Cavey Jr. to fight crime in the Stone Age town of Bedrock as a segment on The Flintstone Kids . The segment was actually a show-within-a-show, airing as a TV program in Bedrock. The youngsters from The Flintstone Kids enthusiastically gathered to watch their favorite show when the newest...
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Heathcliff and Marmaduke is a second season that ran for 13 episodes just after the season as Dingbat and the Creeps did. It featured backup segments with fellow comic strip character Marmaduke (although the Marmaduke segments are actually the first to be seen in each half-hour show). Reruns of the second season (Heathcliff and Marmaduke) were seen occasionally on Boomerang. In 1983, NBC ran the show as a segment on Thunder the Barbarian reruns. Two years after this show ended, another one...
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by Ruby-Spears Productions, Inc.
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The opening title narration is provided by John Stephenson, for each episode consists of the following: Every 400 years, a baby werewolf is born into the Fangsworth family, and so when the moon shined on little Sherman Fangsworth, he changed to Fangface, the werewolf! Only the sun can change him back to normal, and so little Fangs grew up and teamed up with three daring teenagers - Kim, Biff and Puggsy and together they find danger, excitement and adventure! Who can save the day? Who can wrong...
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After originating in George's Gately's daily comic strip in 1973, Heathcliff made his way to television in 1980 as a segment on Heathcliff and Dingbat. The show lasted for a single, thirteen episode season, in which two Dingbat and the Creeps and two Heathcliff segments filled out each half-hour show. Heathcliff was a brash and trouble-prone cat who ruled the streets of his neighborhood. Whether he was causing mischief all-around, the orange tabby nary broke a sweat while making short work of...
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Woody Woodpecker is an American animated web series starring the cartoon character of the same name created by Walter Lantz. The series premiered on YouTube on December 3, 2018 and ended on November 25, 2020. In 2020, Woody Woodpecker and Wally Walrus appeared in a series of PSAs. On October 21, 2020, a trailer for a second season was released; the season premiered on October 28. The series currently airs in reruns on the YouTube channel. - Production - On November 22, 2018, Deadline Hollywood...
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The Beary Family (also known as The Bear's Family Album) is an American Animated theatrical series made by Walter Lantz Studios. Twenty eight shorts were made from 1962 to 1972, when the studio had shut down. The series was about Charlie Beary, the incompetent family man, his nagging wife Bessie, their well-meaning but half-witted teenage son Junior and their younger daughter Suzy, who later got a pet goose who never gets along with Charlie.
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Andy Panda is a cartoon character who starred in his own series of animated cartoon short subjects produced by Walter Lantz. These "cartunes" were released by Universal Pictures from 1939 to 1947 and United Artists from 1948 to 1949. The titular character is an anthropomorphic cartoon character, a cute panda. In the earliest episodes of the cartoon series, Andy is a mischievous cub, whose blustery father Papa Panda is frequently trying to prove himself as a good role model. Later,...
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Woody Woodpecker is an animated acorn woodpecker who appeared in theatrical short films produced by the Walter Lantz animation studio and distributed by Universal Pictures. Though not the first of the wacky characters that became popular in the 1940s, Woody Woodpecker remains the most admirable of the type. Woody was created in 1940 by Walter Lantz and storyboard artist Ben "Bugs" Hardaway, who had previously laid the groundwork for two other screwball characters, Bugs Bunny and Daffy...
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Some of the miscellaneous characters (of the 1950s) in the Walter Lantz cartoons (some both in cartoons and comics) along with Woody Woodpecker and Chilly Willy includes Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (formerly), Maggie & Sam, Maw & Paw, Space Mouse, Inspector Willoughby, Windy & Breezy, and others more. So, here are the other characters of the Walter Lantz toons! - Hickory, Dickory, and Doc - In the 1959 Universal Pictures theatrical short "Space Mouse", producer Walter Lantz...
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Woody Woodpecker is an animated acorn woodpecker who appeared in theatrical short films produced by the Walter Lantz animation studio and distributed by Universal Pictures. Though not the first of the wacky characters that became popular in the 1940s, Woody Woodpecker remains the most admirable of the type. Woody was created in 1940 and has made his first entry on the Andy Panda Cartoon, Knock-Knock. His appearance and character would evolve over the years, from an insane bird to much more of...
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Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? is the ninth in a series of direct-to-video films based upon Hanna-Barbera's Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons. It was given a limited theatrical release in select cities of the United States in November 2005 by Kidtoon films before being released on DVD on December 13, 2005. - Premise - Mystery Inc. fight graverobbers and a curse run left behind by Cleopatra while vacationing in Egypt.
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Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King is a 2008 direct-to-video animated comedy film, and the twelfth in the series based upon Hanna-Barbera's Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons. It was released on DVD September 23, 2008. It was the first to be released under the Warner Premiere label after the folding of Warner Bros. Family Entertainment. Unlike the previous films, this film similar to Boo Brothers, Ghoul School, Reluctant Werewolf, Zombie Island, Witch's Ghost (which previously featured Tim...
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Plot - Scooby-Doo and the gang arrive in Atlantic City for a relaxing vacation land center-stage in a three-ring mystery. After visiting a shuttered big top that is being hounded by werewolves however, the gang goes undercover to find out why. It's up to Daphne the clown, trapeze artist Fred, Velma the human rocket, ringmaster Shaggy and the amazing trick dog Scooby-Doo to solve the mystery and save the circus.
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