List of works produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions

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This is a list of animated television series, made-for-TV films, direct-to-video films, theatrical short subjects, and feature films produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions (also known as H-B Enterprises, H-B Production Company, and Hanna-Barbera Cartoons). This list does not include the animated theatrical shorts William Hanna and Joseph Barbera produced while employed by MGM. Note that some shows or new spin-offs of shows may be listed twice. Hanna-Barbera won eight Emmy Awards.[1]

Warner Bros. Animation absorbed Hanna-Barbera in 2001; for subsequent productions featuring Hanna-Barbera created characters, see Cartoon Network Studios and Warner Bros. Animation.

Key for below: M = Won the Emmy Award

Television series[edit]

1950s[edit]

Show Year Notes
The Ruff and Reddy Show 1957–1960
The Huckleberry Hound Show 1958–1962M[2][3]
  • Won Emmy Award.
  • Yogi Bear was spun off into its own series in 1960; Hokey Wolf took its place at that time.
The Quick Draw McGraw Show 1959–1962

1960s[edit]

Show Year Co-production(s) Notes
The Flintstones 1960–1966 Prime-time series
The Yogi Bear Show 1961–1962
Top Cat 1961–1962 Prime-time series
The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Series 1962–1963
The Jetsons 1962–1963,
1985–1987
Prime-time series during 1962–63 season. Revived in 1985 with new episodes.
The Magilla Gorilla Show 1964–1967 The segment Ricochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long was eventually moved to The Peter Potamus Show.
Jonny Quest 1964–1965 Prime-time series
The Peter Potamus Show 1964–1965 The segment Breezly and Sneezly was eventually moved to The Magilla Gorilla Show.
The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show 1965–1967 Aired in separate half-hours during the fall of 1966 as The Adam Ant Show and The Secret Squirrel Show
Sinbad Jr. and his Magic Belt 1965–1966 American International Television
Trans-Artist Productions (some episodes)
Laurel and Hardy 1966–1967 Wolper Productions
Larry Harmon Pictures
Frankenstein, Jr. and The Impossibles 1966–1968
Space Ghost and Dino Boy (1966) 1966–1968
The Space Kidettes 1966–1967
The Abbott and Costello Cartoon Show 1967–1968 RKO Pictures Company
Jomar Productions
Animated Hanna-Barbera TV series distributed by Gold Key Entertainment and King World Productions.
Birdman and the Galaxy Trio 1967–1969
The Herculoids 1967–1968
Shazzan 1967–1969
Fantastic Four 1967–1968
Moby Dick and Mighty Mightor 1967–1969
Samson & Goliath 1967 Aired as Young Samson from April 1968 forward.
The Banana Splits Adventure Hour 1968–1970
  • Hanna-Barbera's first live-action/animated TV series.
  • The segment Danger Island is exclusively live-action.
The Adventures of Gulliver 1968–1969
The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 1968–1969 Live action/animated TV series.
Wacky Races 1968–1970 Heatter-Quigley Productions
The Perils of Penelope Pitstop 1969–1971
Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines 1969–1970
Cattanooga Cats
  • Around The World in 79 Days
  • It's The Wolf
  • Motormouse and Autocat
1969–1971
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! 1969–1970,
1978

1970s[edit]

Show Year Co-production(s) Notes
Harlem Globetrotters 1970–1971 CBS Productions
Josie and the Pussycats 1970–1971 Radio Comics
Where's Huddles? 1970 Prime-time series
The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show 1971–1972
Help!... It's the Hair Bear Bunch! 1971–1972
The Funky Phantom 1971–1972 Air Programs International
The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan 1972
Wait Till Your Father Gets Home 1972–1974
The Flintstone Comedy Hour 1972–1973 Also known as The Flintstone Comedy Show.
The Roman Holidays 1972
Sealab 2020 1972
The New Scooby-Doo Movies 1972–1973
Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space 1972
Speed Buggy 1973
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids 1973
Yogi's Gang 1973
Super Friends 1973–1974 National Periodical Publications
Goober and the Ghost Chasers 1973–1975
Inch High, Private Eye 1973–1974
Jeannie 1973–1975 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
The Addams Family 1973
Hong Kong Phooey 1974
Devlin 1974
Partridge Family 2200 A.D. 1974–1975 Columbia Pictures Television
These Are the Days 1974–1975
Valley of the Dinosaurs 1974–1976
Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch 1974–1975
Korg: 70,000 B.C. 1974–1976 Live-action TV series.
The New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape/Mumbly Show 1975–1977 MGM Television (The Tom & Jerry Show segment only) Aired as The New Tom and Jerry/Grape Ape Show (1975–76), The Tom and Jerry/Grape Ape/Mumbly Show (1976), and The Tom and Jerry/Mumbly Show (1976–77)
The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour 1976-1977
Clue Club 1976–1977
Jabberjaw 1976–1978
Fred Flintstone and Friends 1977–1978 Columbia Pictures Television (on packaged) Rerun package initially distributed by Claster Television, Inc..
Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics 1977–1979 Aired as Scooby's All-Stars in 1978-79
CB Bears
  • Posse Impossible
  • Blast-Off Buzzard
  • Undercover Elephant
  • Shake, Rattle, and Roll
  • Heyy, It's the King!
1977
The Skatebirds 1977–1978 Live action/animated TV series.
The All-New Super Friends Hour 1977–1978
The Hanna-Barbera Happy Hour 1978 Live-action prime-time variety series.
The All-New Popeye Hour 1978–1983 King Features Syndicate (The All-New Popeye Hour)
Southern Star (Dinky Dog)
Yogi's Space Race 1978
The Godzilla Power Hour 1978–1981 Toho
The New Fred and Barney Show 1979
Fred and Barney Meet The Thing 1979
Casper and the Angels 1979–1980 Harveytoon Productions Based on Casper the Friendly Ghost, licensed through Harvey Comics
The New Shmoo 1979
The Super Globetrotters 1979 A spin-off series of Harlem Globetrotters.
Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo 1979–1980 The first version of Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo.
The World's Greatest Super Friends 1979–1980
Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo 1979–1980
Amigo and Friends 1979–1982 Televisa

1980s[edit]

Show Year Co-production(s) Notes
The B.B. Beegle Show 1980 Pilot of an unrealised live action / puppet TV series.
Super Friends 1980–1982
Drak Pack 1980–1982 Southern Star
The Flintstone Comedy Show 1980–1982
The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang 1980–1981 Paramount Television
The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show and Scrappy Too! 1980–1982
Laverne & Shirley in the Army 1981–1982 Paramount Television
Space Stars 1981–1982
The Kwicky Koala Show
  • The Bungle Brothers
  • Crazy Claws
  • Dirty Dawg
1981
Trollkins 1981–1982
The Smurfs 1981–1989M Dupuis Audiovisuel
SEPP International S.A. (season 1-7)
Lafig S.A. (season 8-9)
The Flintstone Funnies 1982–1984 repackaged half-hour reruns of The Flintstone Comedy Show segments
Mork and Mindy: The Animated Series 1982–1983 Ruby-Spears Enterprises
Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour 1982–1983 Ruby-Spears Enterprises (for Mork and Mindy: The Animated Series)
Paramount Television (for The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang, and Laverne & Shirley in the Army)
The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show 1982–1983 King World Productions (The Litlle Rascals segment) Aired as The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show (1982), and The Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show (1983).
Jokebook 1982
Shirt Tales 1982–1984
The Gary Coleman Show 1982
The Dukes 1983 Warner Bros. Television
Monchhichis 1983
The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show 1983–1984
The Biskitts 1983–1984
Lucky Luke 1983 Gaumont
FR3
Snorks 1984–1989 SEPP International S.A.
Challenge of the GoBots 1984–1985 Tonka Corporation
Pink Panther & Sons 1984-1986 DePatie-Freleng Enterprises
Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show 1984–1985
Paw Paws 1985–1986
Yogi's Treasure Hunt 1985–1988
Galtar and the Golden Lance 1985
The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians 1985–1986
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo 1985
The Berenstain Bears 1985–1987 Joe Cates Co., Inc.
Southern Star
The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible 1985–1993
The New Adventures of Jonny Quest 1986–1987
Pound Puppies 1986–1987
The Flintstone Kids 1986–1988
Foofur 1986–1988 SEPP International S.A.
Wildfire 1986
Sky Commanders 1987 Toei Animation
Popeye and Son 1987 King Features Entertainment
A Pup Named Scooby-Doo 1988–1991
The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley 1988 SEPP International S.A.
The New Yogi Bear Show 1988
Fantastic Max 1988–1990 Booker PLC
Tanaka Promotion Co., Ltd. (only in Season 2)
The Further Adventures of SuperTed 1989–1990 S4C
Siriol Animation
Paddington Bear 1989–1990

1990s[edit]

Show Year Co-production company(s) Notes
The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda 1990–1991 RAI - Radiotelevisione Italiana RAIUNO Based on the novel Don Quixote.
Tom & Jerry Kids 1990–1994 Turner Entertainment
Wake, Rattle, and Roll 1990–1991 Four Point Entertainment
  • Fourth and final Hanna-Barbera's live-action/animated TV series.
  • Basement Tech segment is only in live-action.
Rick Moranis in Gravedale High 1990 NBC Productions
Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone 1990 Sleepy Kids PLC Known as Potsworth & Co. outside the US.
Timeless Tales from Hallmark 1990 Hallmark Cards
The Pirates of Dark Water 1991–1993
Yo Yogi! 1991
Young Robin Hood 1991–1992 CINAR
France Animation
Antenne 2
Based on Robin Hood.
Fish Police 1992 Prime-Time Series
Capitol Critters 1992 Steven Bochco Productions
20th Century Fox Television
Prime-Time Series
The Addams Family 1992–1993 Second adaptation of The Addams Family differing from 1973 version.
Droopy, Master Detective 1993–1994 Turner Entertainment
The New Adventures of Captain Planet 1993–1996 Turner Program Services
Procter & Gamble Productions
Continuation of DiC's Captain Planet and the Planeteers.
SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron 1993–1995 Turner Program Services
2 Stupid Dogs 1993–1995 Turner Program Services
Dumb and Dumber 1995–1996 New Line Television
What a Cartoon! 1995–2002 Cartoon Network Studios (as a division of Hanna-Barbera)
Cave Kids 1996 Spin-off of The Flintstones.
The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 1996–1999
Dexter's Laboratory
  • Dial "M" for Monkey
  • The Justice Friends
1996–2003 Cartoon Network Studios (from 1996 to 1998 as H-B's division, and from 2001 to 2003) Spin-off of What a Cartoon!
Johnny Bravo 1997–2004 Cartoon Network Studios (from 1997 to 2000 as H-B's division, and from 2003 to 2004) Spin-off of What a Cartoon!
Cow & Chicken 1997–1999 Cartoon Network Studios (as a division of Hanna-Barbera) Spin-off of What a Cartoon!
I Am Weasel 1997–2000 Cartoon Network Studios (as a division of Hanna-Barbera) Spin-off of Cow & Chicken.
The Powerpuff Girls 1998–2005 Cartoon Network Studios (from 1998 to 2001 as H-B's division, and from 2002 to 2005) Spin-off of What a Cartoon!

Original pilots[edit]

Title Creator(s) Year Status Notes
Kenny and the Chimp: Diseasy Does It! or Chimp -n- Pox Tom Warburton (credited as "Mr. Warburton") 1998 Successful First pilot for Codename: Kids Next Door, and only pilot for the show to be produced at Hanna-Barbera and its division Cartoon Network Studios.
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Meet the Reaper Maxwell Atoms 1999 Successful Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The Big Pick Show marathon, later won the competition. Pilot for Grim & Evil and The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.
King Crab: Space Crustacean Bill Wray 1999 Failed
Thrillseeker Deborah Cone 1999 Failed
Foe Paws Chris Savino 2000 Failed Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The Big Pick Show marathon.
Nikki Debra Solomon (credited as "Debby"), and Todd Kessler 2000 Failed Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The Big Pick Show marathon.
Uncle Gus: For the Love of Monkeys Lincoln Peirce 2000 Failed Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The Big Pick Show marathon.
Whatever Happened to Robot Jones? Greg Miller 2000 Successful Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The Big Pick Show marathon. Pilot for Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones?.

Telefilms and TV specials[edit]

The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie[edit]

Hanna-Barbera produced the following TV-movies for The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie:

Title Airdate Notes
Yogi's Ark Lark September 16, 1972 Pilot for Yogi's Gang.
Oliver and the Artful Dodger October 21, 1972 (part 1)
October 28, 1972 (part 2)
The Adventures of Robin Hoodnik November 4, 1972
Gidget Makes the Wrong Connection November 18, 1972 Co-produced by Screen Gems, and based on the live-action sitcom Gidget.
The Banana Splits in Hocus Pocus Park November 25, 1972
Tabitha and Adam and the Clown Family December 2, 1972 Co-produced by Screen Gems, and based on the live-action sitcom Bewitched.
Lost in Space September 8, 1973 Co-produced by 20th Century Fox Television.

ABC Afterschool Specials[edit]

Hanna-Barbera produced the following television movies / specials for the ABC Afterschool Special series:

  • Last of the Curlews (1972)M[4]
  • The Runaways (1974) [Live-action]
  • Cyrano (1974)[5]
  • Great Comedy Concert (1974) [Live-action/animated]

Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10[edit]

Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 was a series of ten syndicated telefilms made from 1987 to 1988 in conjunction with Worldvision Enterprises,[5] featuring some of the most popular Hanna-Barbera characters in feature-length adventures. All Ten are available on DVD.

Other animated specials and telefilms[edit]

Live-action TV movies and specials[edit]

Direct-to-video films[edit]

Theatrical shorts[edit]

Theatrical feature films[edit]

Other works[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "William Hanna — Awards". allmovie. Retrieved 2008-08-12. [dead link]
  2. ^ Mullen, Megan. "Hanna, William, and Joseph Barbera: U.S. Television Animators". Museum of Broadcast Communications. Retrieved 2008-08-10. 
  3. ^ "Animation legend William Hanna dies at 90". CNN. 2001-03-23. Retrieved 2008-08-06. 
  4. ^ "The Last of the Curlews (1972)". ABC Afternoon Special. New York Times. Retrieved 2008-09-13. 
  5. ^ a b Barbera, Joseph (1994). My Life in "Toons": From Flatbush to Bedrock in Under a Century. Atlanta, GA: Turner Publishing. pp. 192–193. ISBN 1-57036-042-1. 
  6. ^ "1966–1967 Emmy Awards". Infoplease. 2007. Retrieved 2008-09-13. 
  7. ^ "The Gathering (1977) (TV)". IMDB. Retrieved 2008-09-13.