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What a Cartoon!
Genre Comedy
Variety
Format 2D animation
Created by Fred Seibert
Directed by See below
Creative director
Starring
Voices of See below
Composer(s) See below
Opening theme
Number of seasons
Number of episodes 48
Production
Executive producer(s) Buzz Potamkin
Larry Huber
Producer(s) Joey Ahlbum
John R. Dilworth
Christine McClenahan
Richard Ostiguy
Michael N. Ruggiero
Davis Doi (supervising producer)
Running time 21–23 minutes
Production company(s) Hanna-Barbera
Turner Broadcasting System (Turner Entertainment)
Cartoon Network Studios
Distributor Cartoon Network (Turner Broadcasting System)
Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Broadcast
Original channel Cartoon Network
TBS & TNT (1995–1996)
Picture format SD (480i/576i)
Audio format Stereo
Original run February 20, 1995 – November 28, 1997
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What a Cartoon! (also known as World Premiere Toons and The What a Cartoon! Show), is an American animation showcase project created for the Cartoon Network by Fred Seibert, the original creative director of MTV and Nickelodeon who served as the president of Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc., prior to founding Frederator Studios. The project was produced by Hanna-Barbera Studios and consisted of 48 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 the 48 short cartoons mirrored the structure of a theatrical cartoon, with each being based on an original storyboard drawn and written by its artist or creator. The series is influential for birthing a slew of original Cartoon Network hits and helping to revive television animation in the 1990s.

The format for What a Cartoon! was ambitious, as no one had ever attempted anything similar in the television animation era. The shorts produced would be a product of the original cartoonists' vision, with no executive intervention: for example, even the music would be an individually crafted score. Each "Looney Tunes length" (7 minute) short would debut, by itself, as a stand-alone cartoon on Cartoon Network.

The shorts from the project first aired on February 20, 1995 under the title, World Premiere Toons. During the original run of the shorts the series was retitled, The What a Cartoon! Show until the final short aired on November 28, 1997. The project served as the launching point for multiple successful Cartoon Network series, including: Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, I Am Weasel, The Powerpuff Girls, and Courage the Cowardly Dog.

Each of the show creators worked with the internal Hanna-Barbera "Creative Corps" Art Director Jesse Stagg and designer Kelly Wheeler to craft a series of high quality, limited edition, fluorescent art posters. The Corps launched a prolonged Guerrilla mailing campaign, targeting animation heavyweights and critics leading up to the launch of What A Cartoon. The first poster campaign of its kind introduced the world to the groundbreaking new stable of characters.

The World Premiere Toons experiment introduced many of today's top animation talent and was repeated several times. A spin-off of sorts, The Cartoon Cartoon Show, was introduced in 2000 and most of the Cartoon Cartoons shown got their start as a short on What A Cartoon! A similar program, also created by Fred Seibert, was introduced on Nickelodeon in 1998, titled Oh Yeah! Cartoons.

HistoryEdit

Origins and productionEdit

Fred Seibert became president of Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc. in 1992 and helped guide the struggling animation studio into its greatest output in years with shows like 2 Stupid Dogs and SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron. Seibert wanted the studio to produce short cartoons, in the vein of the Golden Age of American animation. Although a project consisting of 48 shorts would cost twice as much as a normal series, Seibert's pitch to Cartoon Network involved promising 48 chances to "succeed or fail", opened up possibilities for new original programming, and offered several new shorts to the thousands already present in the Turner Entertainment library. According to Seibert, quality did not matter much to the cable operators distributing the struggling network, they were more interested in promising new programs.

With Turner Broadcasting CEO Ted Turner and Seibert's boss Scott Sassa on board, the studio fanned out across the world to spread the word that the studio was in an "unprecedented phase", in which animators had a better idea what cartoons should be than executives and Hanna-Barbera supported them. The company starting taking pitches in earnest in 1993 and received over 5,000 pitches for the 48 slots. The diversity in the filmmakers included those from various nationalities, race, and gender. Seibert later described his hope for an idealistic diversity as "The wider the palette of creative influences, the wider and bigger the audiences."

Seibert's idea for the project was influenced heavily by Looney Tunes. Hanna-Barbera founders and chairmen William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, as well as veteran animator Friz Freleng, taught Seibert how the shorts of the Golden Age of American animation were produced. John Kricfalusi, creator of The Ren and Stimpy Show, became a teacher of sorts for Seibert and was the first person Seibert called while looking for new talent for the project.

As was the custom in live action film and television, the company did not pay each creator for the storyboard submitted and pitched. For the first time in the studio's history, individual creators could retain their rights, and earn royalties on their creations. While most in the industry scoffed at the idea, encouragement, according to Seibert, came from the cartoonists who flocked to Hanna-Barbera with original ideas.

FormatEdit

The format for What a Cartoon! was ambitious, as no one had ever attempted anything similar in the television animation era. The shorts produced would be a product of the original cartoonists' vision, with no executive intervention: for example, even the music would be an individually crafted score. Each "Looney Tunes length" (7 minutes) short would debut, by itself, as a stand-alone cartoon on Cartoon Network. Seibert explained the project's goal in a 2007 blog post: "We didn’t care what the sitcom trends were, what Nickelodeon was doing, what the sales departments wanted. [...] We wanted cartoons."

CrewEdit

The What a Cartoon! staff had creators from Europe (Bruno Bozzetto), Asia (Achiu So), and the United States (Jerry Reynolds and colleague Seth MacFarlane). The crew also contained young series first timers (like Genndy Tartakovsky, Craig McCracken, Rob Renzetti, Butch Hartman, and John R. Dilworth), but veterans as well (like Don Jurwich, Jerry Eisenberg, and Ralph Bakshi). In addition to the veterans, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera each produced two shorts each for What a Cartoon!. Many of the key crew members from previous Hanna-Barbera series 2 Stupid Dogs joined the team of What a Cartoon! as well.

Many of its crew members later went on to write and direct for Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, I Am Weasel, and The Powerpuff Girls, including those named above. The Kitchen Casanova director John McIntyre is particularly known for directing several Dexter episodes. Ralph Bakshi's two shorts (Malcom and Melvin and Babe! He... Calls Me) were considered too risqué to be shown. It has been rumored that John Kricfalusi was slated to direct several new What a Cartoon! shorts of his own (produced by his production company, Spümcø). However, both Yogi Bear-influenced cartoons were commissioned separately by Seibert, and instead premiered as their own: Boo Boo Runs Wild and A Day in the Life of Ranger Smith both premiered in 1999.

Inspired by Seibert's interest in the modern rock posters of Frank Kozik, each of the shows' creators worked with the internal Hanna-Barbera Creative Corps Creative Director Bill Burnett, and Senior Art Director Jesse Stagg to craft a series of high quality, limited edition, fluorescent art posters. The Corps launched a prolonged Guerrilla mailing campaign, targeting animation heavyweights and critics leading up to the launch of World Premiere Toons. The first poster campaign of its kind introduced the world to the groundbreaking new stable of characters.

BroadcastEdit

The first cartoon from the What a Cartoon! project broadcast in its entirety was The Powerpuff Girls in "Meat Fuzzy Lumkins", which made its world premiere on Monday, February 20, 1995, during a television special called the World Premiere Toon-In (termed "President's Day Nightmare" by its producers, Williams Street). The special was hosted by Space Ghost and the cast of Space Ghost Coast to Coast, and featured comic interviews and a mock contest with the creators of the various cartoons. The Toon-In was simulcast on Cartoon Network, TBS Superstation, and TNT. To promote the shorts, Cartoon Network's marketing department came up with the concept of "Dive-In Theater" in 1995 to showcase the 48 cartoon shorts. The cartoons were shown at water parks and large municipal swimming pools, treating kids and their parents to exclusive poolside screenings on 9' x 12' movie screens.

Beginning February 26, 1995, each What a Cartoon! short began to premiere on Sunday nights, promoted as World Premiere Toons. Every week after the premiere, Cartoon Network showcased a different World Premiere Toons made by a different artist. After an acclimation of cartoons, the network packaged the shorts as a half-hour show titled World Premiere Toons: The Next Generation, featuring reruns of the original shorts but also new premieres.

Eventually, all of the cartoons were compiled into one program which was used the name World Premiere Toons: The Show until the summer of 1996 when it started bearing the name of the original project: The What a Cartoon! Show. The show's initial premieres for each short preceded Cartoon Network's Sunday night movie block, Mr. Spim's Cartoon Theatre. The shorts continued to air on Sundays until 1997, when the network moved the shorts to Wednesdays at 9pm. Following the premiere of Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken and I Am Weasel as full series in July 1997, the series shifted to Thursday nights, where it remained.

The What a Cartoon! Show continued airing new episodes on Thursdays until November 28, 1997, when the final short of the 48 contracted during Seibert's era aired. In 1998, Cartoon Network debuted two new short pilots and advertised them as World Premiere Toons: Mike, Lu & Og and Kenny and the Chimp, both of which were produced by outside studios. The two pilots were later compiled into The Cartoon Cartoon Show, while both shorts eventually garnered their own series, Mike, Lu & Og in 1999 and Codename: Kids Next Door in 2002. Two pilots entitled King Crab: Space Crustacean and Thrillseeker, respectively dated 1999 and 2000, was also retconned into The Cartoon Cartoon Show anthology.

On June 9, 2000, The What a Cartoon! Show was relaunched as The Cartoon Cartoon Show. In this new format, it aired reruns and new episodes of the full-series Cartoon Cartoons, as well as new Cartoon Cartoon shorts and old WAC! shorts. From 2000 to 2001, the pilot shorts appearing on the network's viewer's poll that lost to The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Codename: Kids Next Door (except for Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones?) were added to the anthology. The show continued to air until October 9, 2003, when it was temporarily dropped from the network's schedule.

On September 12, 2005, The Cartoon Cartoon Show was revived, this time as a half-hour program featuring segments of older Cartoon Cartoons that were no longer shown regularly on the network, such as Cow and Chicken, I Am Weasel, and others. Some Cartoon Cartoons were moved exclusively to this show and the Top 5, though there was also some overlap with shows that already had regular half-hour slots outside the series. In 2006, the programming was expanded to also include non-Cartoon Cartoons that were regularly shown on the network, such as Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Camp Lazlo, My Gym Partner's a Monkey, and Squirrel Boy. The show ended on June 1, 2008.

In 2007, reruns of What a Cartoon! played briefly on Cartoon Network's retro animation sister channel, Boomerang.

LegacyEdit

Dexter's Laboratory was the most popular short series according to a vote held in 1995 and eventually became the first spin-off of What a Cartoon! in 1996. Two more series based on shorts, Johnny Bravo and Cow and Chicken, premiered in 1997, and The Powerpuff Girls became a weekly half-hour show in 1998. Courage the Cowardly Dog (spun off from the Oscar-nominated short The Chicken from Outer Space) followed as the final spin-off in 1999. In addition, the Cow and Chicken short I Am Weasel eventually was also spun off into a separate series: in all, six cartoon series were ultimately launched by the What a Cartoon! project, any one of which earned enough money for the company to pay for the whole program. In addition to the eventual spin-offs, the What a Cartoon! short Larry and Steve by Seth MacFarlane featured prototypes of characters that would later go on to become MacFarlane's massively successful Family Guy.

The What a Cartoon! project and its assorted spin-offs brought Cartoon Network more commercial and critical success, and the network became an animation industry leader as the 1990s drew to a close. In 2001, coinciding with the death of William Hanna, Hanna-Barbera Productions merged with Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network opened its own production arm, Cartoon Network Studios, in Burbank, as the rightful Hanna-Barbera successor to produce original programming for the network and future projects. Two What a Cartoon! shorts, Wind-Up Wolf and Hard Luck Duck, were the last cartoon shorts directed and produced by co-founder and co-chairman William Hanna. In addition, What a Cartoon! and spin-offs were the final original productions released by Hanna-Barbera.

Creator of The What a Cartoon! Show, Fred Seibert, left Hanna-Barbera in late 1996 to open up his own studio, Frederator Studios, and has persistently continued in the tradition of surfacing new talent, characters, and series with similar shorts “incubators”, including (as of 2015) Oh Yeah! Cartoons (Nickelodeon, 1998), The Meth Minute 39 (Channel Frederator, 2008), Random! Cartoons (Nickelodeon/Nicktoons, 2008), Too Cool! Cartoons (Cartoon Hangover, 2012), and GO! Cartoons (Cartoon Hangover, 2016). Oh Yeah! Cartoons. showcased What a Cartoon! alumni (Butch Hartman, Rob Renzetti) and launched several successful Nickelodeon series, including The Fairly OddParents, ChalkZone and My Life as a Teenage Robot. Frederator Studios launched another animation showcase in 2006, titled Random! Cartoons, which in turn produced Nickelodeon's Fanboy & Chum Chum in 2009, Cartoon Network's Adventure Time in 2010, and Cartoon Hangover's Bravest Warriors in 2012.

A sequel-of-sorts to the What a Cartoon! project, a Cartoon Network project titled The Cartoonstitute, was announced in April 2008. Created by the channel executive Rob Sorcher and headed by The Powerpuff Girls creator Craig McCracken, the project was to "establish a think tank and create an environment in which animators can create characters and stories", and also create new possible Cartoon Network series. However, the project was eventually scrapped as a result of the late 2000s recession and only 14 of the 39 planned were completed. Nevertheless, J. G. Quintel's Regular Show short and Peter Browngardt's Secret Mountain Fort Awesome were greenlit to become full series. A recurring character on the show, Uncle Grandpa, would get his own series two years later. The Big Cartoon DataBase cites What a Cartoon! as a "venture combining classic 1940s production methods with the originality, enthusiasm and comedy of the 1990s".

Pilots (1995-1997)Edit

The following is a list of the original shorts produced under Fred Seibert's management for What a Cartoon! by Hanna-Barbera. The shorts are listed in the order that they originally aired. The following is a list of the original shorts produced under Fred Seibert's management for What a Cartoon! by Hanna-Barbera. The shorts are listed in the order that they originally aired.

No. Title Episode Created by Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Network Studios Short summary Original air date
1 The Powerpuff Girls "Meat Fuzzy Lumkins" Craig McCracken Yes No The Powerpuff Girls fight to stop Fuzzy Lumkins' plot to turn everything into meat.
Note 1: This episode was included as a bonus toon on various Cartoon Network Video releases throughout the series run.
Note 2: First pilot to The Powerpuff Girls.
February 20, 1995 (1995-02-20)
2 Dexter's Laboratory N/A Genndy Tartakovsky Yes No Dee Dee and Dexter battle turning each other into animals, using Dexter's latest invention.
Note 1: First short to become a series after being deemed most popular through a vote held in 1995.
Note 2: First pilot to Dexter's Laboratory.
February 26, 1995 (1995-02-26)
3 Yuckie Duck "Short Orders" Pat Ventura Yes No Yuckie Duck works as a cook and waiter in a dirty restaurant, and delivers unappealing orders to the demanding customers. March 5, 1995 (1995-03-05)
4 Dino "Stay Out!" Hanna-Barbera (original character) Yes No The Flintstones' pet, Dino, tries to keep the house cat outside for the night.
Note: First spin-off episode to The Flintstones.
March 19, 1995 (1995-03-19)
5 Johnny Bravo N/A Van Partible Yes No Johnny Bravo tries to score with a zookeeper girl by capturing a runaway gorilla.
Note: First pilot to Johnny Bravo.
March 26, 1995 (1995-03-26)
6 Sledgehammer O'Possum "Out and About" Patrick Ventura Yes No A trouble-making possum named Sledgehammer frustrates a dog's plans to enjoy a quiet summer day out. April 2, 1995 (1995-04-02)
7 George and Junior "Look Out Below" Pat Ventura Yes No Classic duo George and Junior attempt to fix a lightbulb an angry pigeon keeps breaking.
Note: This short was a re-imagining of the original George and Junior cartoons.
April 9, 1995 (1995-04-09)
8 Hard Luck Duck N/A William Hanna Yes No After venturing away from Harley Gators watch, Hard Luck Duck is a hungry fox's target to be cooked. April 16, 1995 (1995-04-16)
9 Shake & Flick "Raw Deal in Rome" Michael Rann,
Eugene Mattos,
and George Johnson
Yes No A flea named Flick has a personal agenda with a local performer, a poodle named Shake, in an anachronistic Rome setting where the two constantly try to one up each other.
Note: This short was nominated to be adapted into a series but it lost to Johnny Bravo.
June 18, 1995 (1995-06-18)
10 The Adventures of Captain Buzz Cheeply "A Clean Getaway" Meinert Hansen Yes No Captain Buzz Cheeply and his robot sidekick, Slide, must escape a planet full of "Blubnoids" who have abnormally sized foreheads but small-sized brains whilst trying to do their laundry. June 25, 1995 (1995-06-25)
11 O. Ratz with Dave D. Fly "Rat in a Hot Tin Can" Jerry Reynolds and Russ Harris Yes No A rat named O. Ratz and his fly companion, Dave D. Fly, try to find a place to stay for the night during winter in the city. July 2, 1995 (1995-07-02)
12 Pfish and Chip "Short Pfuse" Butch Hartman,
Michael Rann,
and Eugene Mattos
Yes No Pfish (a shark) and Chip (a short-tempered lynx) attempt to stop the squeaky-laughing Mad Bomber while the Chief naps. July 9, 1995 (1995-07-09)
13 The Fat Cats "Drip Dry Drips" Jon McClenahan Yes No Brothers Louie and Elmo set a laundry business, expecting to earn some cash. They get a request from the President, but accidentally destroy his suit. July 16, 1995 (1995-07-16)
14 George and Junior (uncredited) "George and Junior's Christmas Spectacular" Patrick A. Ventura Yes No George and Junior are forced to deliver one of Santa's presents after they fail to mail in one of his letters. July 23, 1995 (1995-07-23)
15 Yoink! of the Yukon N/A Don Jurwich,
Jerry Eisenberg,
and Jim Ryan
Yes No The mounted police has its uniforms stolen, so Yoink and Sergeant Farnsworth Farflung are sent to retrieve them. July 30, 1995 (1995-07-30)
16 Yuckie Duck "I'm on My Way" Patrick A. Ventura Yes No Yuckie Duck works as a paramedic, but does more harm than good to his patients. August 6, 1995 (1995-08-06)
17 Mina and the Count "Interlude with a Vampire" Rob Renzetti Yes No Vlad the Count is forced to play with Mina after a mix-up in the schedule with his victims.
Note: Pilot to the Mina and the Count shorts which are featured on Season 2 of Oh Yeah! Cartoons, making it the only short to appear in both cartoon variety shows.
November 5, 1995 (1995-11-05)
18 Cow and Chicken "No Smoking" Dave Feiss Yes No The Devil (later known as the Red Guy) kidnaps Chicken, who must be saved from damnation of smoking by Super Cow. (who is his sister, Cow)
Note 1: This episode has been nominated for an Emmy.
Note 2: Pilot to Cow and Chicken.
November 12, 1995 (1995-11-12)
19 Boid 'n' Woim N/A C. Miles Thompson Yes No A worm named Mr. Woim hitchhikes in the middle of the California desert alongside a bird named Mr. Boid. While driving there, Woim crashes Boid's car and they begin to hallucinate. January 1, 1996 (1996-01-01)
20 Jof "Help?" Bruno Bozzetto Yes No A cat that pricks his finger while sewing asks for help at the hospital, but its personnel do more harm then good. January 14, 1996 (1996-01-14)
21 Podunk Possum "One Step Beyond" Joe Orrantia and
Elizabeth Stonecypher
No Yes A possum acquires an abandoned farm with three chickens to lay eggs for him, and has to defend them from a fried chicken titan, Major Portions. January 21, 1996 (1996-01-21)
22 The Powerpuff Girls "Crime 101" Craig McCracken Yes No The Powerpuff Girls aid the bumbling Amoeba Boys in becoming able criminals.
Note: Second pilot to The Powerpuff Girls.
January 28, 1996 (1996-01-28)
23 Wind-Up Wolf N/A William Hanna Yes No The Big Bad Wolf creates a robot minion wolf to attempt to finally get the Three Little Pigs.
Note: William Hanna's final cartoon short.
February 4, 1996 (1996-02-04)
24 Hillbilly Blue N/A Michael Ryan Yes No Crawdad Eustace is fed-up with being treated as food and goes with possum pal Mordechai on a cross-country trip to New Orleans. February 11, 1996 (1996-02-11)
25 Courage the Cowardly Dog "The Chicken from Outer Space" John R. Dilworth Yes No Courage tries to stop an alien chicken's plans to invade Earth while in his owners' farm.
Note 1: This short was nominated for an Oscar.
Note 2: Pilot to Courage the Cowardly Dog.
February 18, 1996 (1996-02-18)
26 Pizza Boy "No Tip" Robert Alvarez Yes No Pizza Boy must deliver a pizza to Antarctica safe and sound under five minutes, or else he will receive no tip. February 25, 1996 (1996-02-25)
27 Gramps N/A Mike Ryan and Butch Hartman Yes No Gramps tells his grandchildren about his battle against invading aliens. March 3, 1996 (1996-03-03)
28 Dexter's Laboratory "The Big Sister" Genndy Tartakovsky Yes No Dexter prevents giantess Dee Dee from attacking the whole city.
Note: Second pilot to Dexter's Laboratory.
March 10, 1996 (1996-03-10)
29 Bloo's Gang "Bow-Wow Buccaneers" Mike Milo and Harry McLaughlin Yes No Bloo and his dog friends sneak out of their owner's houses at midnight to set on a pirate adventure in the city. March 17, 1996 (1996-03-17)
30 Jungle Boy "Mr. Monkeyman" Van Partible No Yes Jealous King Raymond attempts to taint hero Jungle Boy's reputation after he begins to lose fame. October 9, 1996 (1996-10-09)
31 Godfrey & Zeek "Lost Control" Jason Butler Rote
and Zac Moncrief
No Yes A giraffe (Godfrey) and a pig (Zeek) leave their zoo home and visit a residual water treatment plant to retrieve the remote control they accidentally flushed down the toilet. October 16, 1996 (1996-10-16)
32 Tumbleweed Tex "School Daze" Robert Alvarez No Yes A Wild West outlaw needs to finish the fourth grade and deal with his obnoxious class rival, Little Timmy. October 23, 1996 (1996-10-23)
33 Buy One, Get One Free N/A Charlie Bean,
Carey Yost,
and Don Shank
No Yes A man named Reilly gets a cat named Flinch in order to impress a female cat lover named Sofie and threatens the cat that if there is a scratch on anything while he's away, he will send him to the violin factory. It won't be easy when Sophie leaves Flinch a feline playmate named Fix that only wants to party. October 30, 1996 (1996-10-30)
34 The Kitchen Casanova N/A John McIntyre No Yes A first-time cook is preparing a dinner for his date. Trouble arises when the wind flips the pages from his cookbook. November 6, 1996 (1996-11-06)
35 The Ignoramooses N/A Mike Milo and Harry McLaughlin No Yes Two moose believe they are going to be adopted by a rich hunter due to tracking collars that a biologist put on them (they think they are pet collars), and wreak havoc in his mansion. November 13, 1996 (1996-11-13)
36 Johnny Bravo (uncredited) "Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women" Van Partible Yes No Johnny Bravo is left stranded in an island filled with beautiful giant women.
Note: Second pilot to Johnny Bravo.
January 1, 1997 (1997-01-01)
37 Pfish and Chip "Blammo the Clown" Butch Hartman,
Michael Rann,
and Eugene Mattos
No Yes The bomb squad, Pfish and Chip, face yet another clown bomber, Blammo. It isn't easy when they have to watch and protect the chief's teddy bear whilst trying to stop the clown. January 8, 1997 (1997-01-08)
38 Awfully Lucky N/A Davis Doi No Yes A greedy guy named Luther discovers the Paradox Pearl, which brings him good luck, but not without consequences. When Luther tries to turn it in to the city museum for ten million dollars, he finds out just how harsh the consequences are. January 15, 1997 (1997-01-15)
39 Strange Things N/A Mike Wellins No Yes A robot finds a job as a janitor. He must remember that if it says "Don't Touch", don't touch.
Note: The series' only computer-animated short.
January 22, 1997 (1997-01-22)
40 Snoot's New Squat N/A Jeret Ochi and Victor Ortado No Yes Snoot, the flea-like alien, finds a new home on a neurotic neat-freak dog, Al.
Note: A reference to the popular movie Forrest Gump is made by Snoot when Al runs away. Snoot morphs into a girl and shouts the same way as Jenny does to Forrest.
January 29, 1997 (1997-01-29)
41 Larry and Steve N/A Seth MacFarlane No Yes Steve, a homeless dog, is adopted by dimwit Larry (the only man to understand dog) and lives disaster after disaster when Larry takes him shopping.
Note: Episode's style developed into MacFarlane's Family Guy.
February 5, 1997 (1997-02-05)
42 Sledgehammer O'Possum "What's Goin' on Back There?!" Patrick A. Ventura Yes No Sledgehammer O'Possum takes shelter from the cold in a mailbox, much to the dismay of a mailman named Ethel who will stop at nothing to make him leave. February 12, 1997 (1997-02-12)
43 The Zoonatiks "Home Sweet Home" Paul Parducci,
James Giordano,
and R.J. Reiley
No Yes A bear named Bill, a monkey named Knuckles and a turtle named Shelby try to enter the all-star Hackensack Zoo after feeling unwanted at the circus. February 19, 1997 (1997-02-19)
44 Swamp and Tad "Mission Imfrogable" John Rice and Achiu So Yes No Swamp and Tad, two frog guards who work on Planet Marsh, are sent by the King to get a package on Earth. February 26, 1997 (1997-02-26)
45 Dino "The Great Egg-Scape" Hanna-Barbera (original character) Yes No Dino takes care of a baby dinosaur and tries to prevent him from growing.
Note: Second and final spin-off episode to The Flintstones.
March 5, 1997 (1997-03-05)
46 Malcom and Melvin N/A Ralph Bakshi No Yes Melvin is an alienated loser until he meets Malcom, a trumpeter cockroach who has a huge talent.
Note: The creator Bakshi disowned both shorts upon release.
November 26, 1997 (1997-11-26)
47 Tales of Worm Paranoia N/A Eddie Fitzgerald No Yes Johnny is a peaceful and forgiving worm until a human steps on him repeatedly. As a result, the worm becomes paranoid and angered at the human race, seeking revenge.
Note: Style reminiscent of John Kricfalusi's The Ren & Stimpy Show; he is listed with a "Special Thanks" credit.
November 27, 1997 (1997-11-27)
48 Malcom and Melvin (uncredited) "Babe! He... Calls Me" Ralph Bakshi No Yes Melvin's saga continues as his partnership with Malcom is compromised by an urban superhero's intrusion. Meanwhile, Melvin's mother aids a criminal after being unable to meet with her son.
Note: The creator Bakshi disowned both shorts upon release.
November 28, 1997 (1997-11-28)

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The Flintstones | The Yogi Bear Show (Snagglepuss / Yakky Doodle) | Top Cat | The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Series (Wally Gator / Touché Turtle and Dum Dum / Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har) | The Jetsons | The Magilla Gorilla Show (Punkin' Puss & Mushmouse / Ricochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long) | Jonny Quest | The Peter Potamus Show (Breezly and Sneezly / Yippee, Yappee and Yahooey) | The Atom Ant Show (Precious Pupp / The Hillbilly Bears / Secret Squirrel / Squiddly Diddly / Winsome Witch) | Sinbad Jr. and his Magic Belt | Laurel and Hardy | Frankenstein, Jr. and The Impossibles | Space Ghost and Dino Boy (Space Ghost (TV series) / Dino Boy in the Lost Valley) | The Space Kidettes | The Abbott and Costello Cartoon Show | Birdman and the Galaxy Trio | The Herculoids | Shazzan | Fantastic Four | Moby Dick and Mighty Mightor | Samson & Goliath | The Banana Splits Adventure Hour (The Banana Splits / Arabian Knights / The Three Musketeers / Micro Ventures / Danger Island) | The Adventures of Gulliver | The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn | Wacky Races | The Perils of Penelope Pitstop | Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines | Cattanooga Cats | Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Television series (1970s)

Harlem Globetrotters | Josie and the Pussycats | Where's Huddles? | The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show | Help!... It's the Hair Bear Bunch! | The Funky Phantom | The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan | Wait Till Your Father Gets Home | The Flintstone Comedy Hour | The Roman Holidays | Sealab 2020 | The New Scooby-Doo Movies | Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space | Speed Buggy | Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids | Yogi's Gang | Super Friends | Goober and the Ghost Chasers | Inch High, Private Eye | Jeannie | The Addams Family (1973) | Hong Kong Phooey | Devlin | Partridge Family 2200 A.D. | These Are the Days | Valley of the Dinosaurs | Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch | Korg: 70,000 B.C. | The New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape/Mumbly Show (The Tom and Jerry Show (1975) / The Great Grape Ape Show / The Mumbly Cartoon Show) | The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour (The Scooby-Doo Show / Dynomutt, Dog Wonder) | Clue Club | Jabberjaw | Fred Flintstone and Friends (The Flintstone Comedy Hour / Goober and the Ghost Chasers / Jeannie / Partridge Family 2200 A.D. / The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show / Yogi's Gang) | Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics (The Scooby-Doo Show / Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! / Laff-A-Lympics / Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels / The Blue Falcon & Dynomutt) | CB Bears (Posse Impossible / Blast-Off Buzzard / Undercover Elephant / Shake, Rattle, and Roll / Heyy, It's the King!) | The Skatebirds (Clue Club / The Robonic Stooges / Wonder Wheels / Mystery Island) | The All-New Super Friends Hour (The Wonder Twins) | The Hanna-Barbera Happy Hour | The All New Popeye Hour (Dinky Dog) | Yogi's Space Race (Galaxy Goof-Ups) | Buford and the Galloping Ghost (The Buford Files / The Galloping Ghost) | Challenge of the Super Friends | Godzilla (Jana of the Jungle) | Fred and Barney Meet The Thing and the Shmoo (The New Fred and Barney Show / The Thing / The New Shmoo) | Casper and the Angels | The Super Globetrotters | Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo | The World's Greatest Super Friends | Amigo and Friends

Television series (1980s)

The B.B. Beegle Show | Super Friends | Drak Pack | The Flintstone Comedy Show | The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang | The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show (Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo / Richie Rich) | Laverne & Shirley in the Army | Space Stars (Teen Force / Astro and the Space Mutts / Space Ghost / The Herculoids) | The Kwicky Koala Show (The Bungle Brothers / Crazy Claws / Dirty Dawg) | Trollkins | The Smurfs (Johan and Peewit) | The Flintstone Funnies (The Flintstone Family Adventures / Bedrock Cops / Pebbles, Dino and Bamm-Bamm / Captain Caveman / Dino and Cavemouse / The Frankenstones) | The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show (The Little Rascals / Richie Rich / Pac-Man) | Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour | The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour (Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo / Scrappy and Yabba-Doo / The Puppy's Further Adventures) | Jokebook | Shirt Tales | The Gary Coleman Show | The Dukes | The Monchhichis/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show (Monchhichis / The Little Rascals / Richie Rich) | The Pac-Man/Rubik, the Amazing Cube Hour (Rubik, the Amazing Cube / Pac-Man) | The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show (The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries) | The Biskitts | Lucky Luke | Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince | Going Bananas | Snorks | Challenge of the GoBots | Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show | Paw Paws | Yogi's Treasure Hunt | Galtar and the Golden Lance | The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians | The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo | The New Adventures of Jonny Quest | Pound Puppies | The Flintstone Kids (Captain Caveman and Son) | Foofur | Wildfire | Sky Commanders | Popeye and Son | A Pup Named Scooby-Doo | The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley | The New Yogi Bear Show | Fantastic Max | The Further Adventures of SuperTed | Paddington Bear

Television series (1990s)

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures | The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda | Tom & Jerry Kids (Droopy and Dripple / Spike and Tyke) | Wake, Rattle, and Roll | Gravedale High | Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone | The Pirates of Dark Water | Yo Yogi! | Young Robin Hood | Fish Police | Capitol Critters | The Addams Family | Droopy, Master Detective | The New Adventures of Captain Planet | SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron | 2 Stupid Dogs (Super Secret Secret Squirrel | Space Ghost Coast to Coast | Dumb and Dumber | What a Cartoon! | Cave Kids | The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest | Dexter's Laboratory | Johnny Bravo | Cow and Chicken / I Am Weasel | The Powerpuff Girls

Original independent pilots

Kenny and the Chimp | King Crab: Space Crustacean | The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Meet the Reaper | Whatever Happened to Robot Jones? | Foe Paws | Uncle Gus: For the Love of Monkeys | Thrillseeker

The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

Yogi's Ark Lark | Oliver and the Artful Dodger | The Adventures of Robin Hoodnik | The Banana Splits in Hocus Pocus Park

ABC Afterschool Specials

Last of the Curlews | The Runaways | Cyrano | Great Comedy Concert

The Flintstone Primetime Specials

The Flintstones' New Neighbors | The Flintstones: Fred's Final Fling | The Flintstones: Wind-Up Wilma | The Flintstones: Jogging Fever

Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10

Yogi's Great Escape | The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones | Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers | Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose | Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats | Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School | Rockin' with Judy Jetson | The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound | Yogi and the Invasion of the Space Bears | Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf

Other animated specials and telefilms

Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This? | The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't | A Christmas Story | The Count of Monte Cristo | 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea | The Last of the Mohicans | Davy Crockett on the Mississippi | Energy: A National Issue | Five Weeks in a Balloon | Yabba Dabba Doo! The Happy World of Hanna-Barbera | A Flintstone Christmas | Hanna-Barbera's All-Star Comedy Ice Revue | The Flintstones: Little Big League | Black Beauty | The Hanna-Barbera Hall of Fame: Yabba Dabba Doo II | Gulliver's Travels | Casper's Halloween Special | The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone | Scooby Goes Hollywood | Casper's First Christmas | Yogi's First Christmas | The Harlem Globetrotters Meet Snow White | Here Comes The Smurfs | The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera Arena Show | The Smurfs' Springtime Special | The Smurfs' Christmas Special | Yogi Bear's All Star Comedy Christmas Caper | My Smurfy Valentine | The Secret World of Og | The Smurfs' Halloween | Smurfily Ever After | The Smurfic Games | Pound Puppies | Star Fairies | The Flintstones' 25th Anniversary Celebration | Smurfquest | Rock Odyssey | Ultraman: The Adventure Begins | Tis The Season to Be Smurfy | Flintstone Kids' "Just Say No" Special | Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration | Hägar the Horrible: Hägar Knows Best | The Yum Yums: The Day Things Went Sour | The Flintstones: A Page Right Out of History | The Last Halloween | Monster in My Pocket: The Big Scream | I Yabba-Dabba Do! | Jonny's Golden Quest | The Halloween Tree | The Town Santa Forgot | Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby | A Flintstone Family Christmas | Yogi the Easter Bear | Scooby-Doo! in Arabian Nights | A Flintstones Christmas Carol | SWAT Kats: A Special Report | Daisy-Head Mayzie | Jonny Quest vs. The Cyber Insects | Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip | The Flintstones: On the Rocks

Live-action TV movies and specials

Jack and the Beanstalk | Hardcase | Shootout in a One-Dog Town | The Gathering | The Beasts Are on the Streets | Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park | Legends of the Superheroes | Belle Starr | Deadline

The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible and Timeless Tales from Hallmark

The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible (The Creation / Noah's Ark / Joseph and His Brothers / Moses / Joshua and the Battle of Jericho / Samson and Delilah / David and Goliath / Jonah / Daniel and the Lions' Den / Queen Esther / The Nativity / The Miracles of Jesus / The Easter Story) | Timeless Tales from Hallmark

Theatrical shorts series

Loopy De Loop

Theatrical films based on cartoons

Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! | The Man Called Flintstone | Jetsons: The Movie | Tom and Jerry: The Movie (former) | The Flintstones | The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas | Josie and the Pussycats | Scooby-Doo | The Powerpuff Girls Movie | Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed | Yogi Bear | Top Cat: The Movie | Top Cat Begins | S.C.O.O.B.

Direct-to-video films based on cartoons

Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island | Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost | Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders | Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase | Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire | Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico | Scooby-Doo! and the Loch Ness Monster | Aloha, Scooby-Doo! | Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? | Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! | Chill Out, Scooby-Doo! | Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King | Scooby-Doo! and the Samurai Sword | Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo | Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare | Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur | Scooby-Doo! Music of the Vampire | Big Top Scooby-Doo! | Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon | Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map | Scooby-Doo! Stage Fright | Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery | Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy | Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness | The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown! | Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest | Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery | Lego Scooby-Doo! Haunted Hollywood | Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon | Scooby-Doo! Shaggy's Showdown | The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania!

Cinematic Universe

S.C.O.O.B. | TBA | Untitled film

Other works

The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera

Warner Bros. Animation television series based on cartoons

What's New, Scooby-Doo? | Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! | Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated | Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!

See also

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1990s

The Moxy Show | Space Ghost Coast to Coast | What a Cartoon! | Dexter's Laboratory | Big Bag | Johnny Bravo | Cow and Chicken | I Am Weasel | The Powerpuff Girls | Ed, Edd n Eddy | Mike, Lu & Og | Courage the Cowardly Dog

2000s

Sheep in the Big City | Time Squad | Samurai Jack | Grim & Evil | Justice League | Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones? | Codename: Kids Next Door | The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy | Evil Con Carne | Teen Titans | Duck Dodgers | Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends | Megas XLR | Star Wars: Clone Wars (non-Time Warner) | Justice League Unlimited | Baby Looney Tunes | Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi | Krypto the Superdog | The Life and Times of Juniper Lee | Camp Lazlo | Firehouse Tales | Johnny Test | Robotboy | Sunday Pants | My Gym Partner's a Monkey | Ben 10 | Squirrel Boy | Class of 3000 | Out of Jimmy's Head | Chowder | Transformers: Animated (non-Time Warner) | The Mr. Men Show | Ben 10: Alien Force | The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack | Star Wars: The Clone Wars (non-Time Warner) | The Secret Saturdays | Batman: The Brave and the Bold | The Othersiders | BrainRush | Destroy Build Destroy | Bobb'e Says | Dude, What Would Happen

2010s

Pink Panther and Pals | Ben 10: Ultimate Alien | Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated | Generator Rex | Mad | Sym-Bionic Titan | Tower Prep | Robotomy | Young Justice | The Problem Solverz | The Looney Tunes Show | ThunderCats | Secret Mountain Fort Awesome | Level Up | Green Lantern: The Animated Series | The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange | DreamWorks Dragons | Ben 10: Omniverse | Incredible Crew | Beware the Batman | Over the Garden Wall | Long Live the Royals

Current

Adventure Time | Regular Show | The Amazing World of Gumball | Teen Titans Go! | Uncle Grandpa | Steven Universe | Mixels | The Tom and Jerry Show | Clarence | Mighty Magiswords | We Bare Bears | Wabbit | Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! | Bunnicula | The Powerpuff Girls

Upcoming

Justice League Action | Untitled Ben 10 reboot | Untitled Cartoon Network Studios Project

Films

Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip | The Flintstones: On the Rocks | The Powerpuff Girls Movie | Party Wagon | Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: House of Bloo's | Codename: Kids Next Door: Operation: Z.E.R.O. | Class of 3000: Home | Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Good Wilt Hunting | Re-Animated | My Gym Partner's a Monkey: The Big Field Trip | Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? | Billy & Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure | Billy & Mandy: Wrath of the Spider Queen | Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix | Ben 10: Race Against Time | Codename: Kids Next Door: Operation: I.N.T.E.R.V.I.E.W.S. | My Gym Partner's a Monkey: Animal School Musical | Underfist: Halloween Bash | Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination | Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Big Picture Show | Ben 10: Alien Swarm | Firebreather | Level Up | Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens | Regular Show: The Movie | Untitled Adventure Time film


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Television: Dexter's Laboratory (Episodes) | What a Cartoon! | Cartoon Cartoons | Rude Removal (Banned episode)

Segments: Dial M for Monkey | The Justice Friends
TV film: Ego Trip
Video games: Chess Challenge | Robot Rampage | Deesaster Strikes! | Mandark's Lab? | Science Ain't Fair
Home video: Video
Soundtracks:
Comic books:

Characters
Main characters: Dexter / Number 12 / Action Dexter / Old Man Dexter | Dee Dee / Old Gal Dee Dee | Mom | Dad | Monkey | Major Glory | Quadraplex T-3000 Computer | Dog | Mandark / Executive Mandark / Overlord Mandark / Braindark | Oceanbird | Windbear | Douglas E. Mordecai III | Koosalagoopagoop | Pony Puff Princess | Action Hank | Lee Lee | Mee Mee | Phillips Luzinsky | Quackor | Puppet Pals

Other characters: Badaxtra | Boy Band Virus | Buzzard | Cap'n Ahab | Wet Willie | Captain of Chubby Cheese's | Chubby Helpers | Cindy | Claw | Darbie Collectors | Detention Warden | Dodge Ball Bullies | Quackor | Doo Dee | Dynomutt X-90 | Earl | Energy Thief | Fishing Rivals | Fishy | Gary | Becky & Gwen | Gooey Aliens | Gork | Gym Teacher | Human Dissecting Aliens | Hookocho | Ice Cream Man | Inter-Dimensional Monster | Jeff | JoJo | Lalavava | Major Glory Gang | Master Computer | Mat Parallax | Principal | Mom's Rival | Ms. L | Paper Ninjas | Perfect Pony | Prison Warden | Red-Eye | The Robber | Rude Dee Dee | Rude Dexter | Shoe Gnomes | The Yard | Ultrabot 2000 | Ultrabot 4000 Observation Units | Yani | Yani's wife | Arnie | Barney Rubble (cameo) | Betty Rubble (cameo) | Big Daddy Fat | Billy Bloomberg | Blue Falcon (crossover) | Cat | Charlie | Chris | Chubby Cheese | Computress | Creepy Eyed Girl | Creepy Neighborhood Boy | Dick McMann | Dexter's Friends | Dextamina | Dextor | Dextor's parents | Dynomutt (crossover) | Eccentric Man | Fergle O'Reilly | Grandpa | Jimmy Smith | Jurassic Pooch | Katka | Lisa | Lucky & Pierre | Mailman Mel | Mar-10, Fred and Tiny | Mary Weather | Midge | Mike | Miss Wimple | Mr. Chau | Miss Pimmerwikle | NASA | Neighbor Lady | Ness Monster | Old Man McCowsky | Philian Poppyseed | Professor Hawk | Professor Hawk's Fans | Professor Williams | Replacement Sisters | Santa Claus | Soyen Chen | Surfer Boy | Talking Dog | Talking Dog's Owner | Tattoo | Tiki God | Timmy | Toshi | Trevor Winkle | Dee Dee's Teacher | Miss Salinger | Koosalagoopagoop

Episodes
Objects
Transports/Vehicles
Locations
Asgard | Broken Dreams Vault | Burrito Palace | Chubby Cheese's | Dad's Laboratory | Dance School | Dee Dee's Laboratory | Dexter's House | Dexter's Laboratory | Dextopia | Flowertopia | Genius Grove | Hall of Heroes | HANK HQ | Huber Elementary | Independence Mall | Koosland | Krunk's Room | Major Glory's Room | Mandark's House | Mandark's Laboratory | Mom's Laboratory | Muscular Arms | Pony Puff Place | Ship-A-Drome | State Prison | Suburbs | Tattoo's | The Sewer Beyond | The Yard | Trollbe Tooth Forest | Ultrabot's Laboratory | Valhallen's Room | Wong's Food to Go! | Library | Dee Dee's Room | Dexter Museum
Songs
See also
Cartoon Network Studios | Hanna-Barbera


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Television: The Powerpuff Girls (Episodes) • 2016 Reboot series (Episodes) • The Powerpuff Girls Z

Theatrical Film: The Powerpuff Girls Movie
Specials: Twas the Fight Before ChristmasThe Powerpuff Girls Rule!!!Dance Pantsed
Pilots: Whoopass Stew: A Sticky Situation!Meat Fuzzy LumpkinsCrime 101
Home Video: Video
Video Games: Bad Mojo JojoPaint the Townsville GreenChemical X-tractionRelish RampageMojo Jojo's Clone ZoneHIM and SeekDefenders of TownsvilleMojo MadnessBattle HIMMojo Jojo A-Go-GoMojo Jojo's Pet ProjectGlitch Fixers
Music: soundtracks
Books:

Characters
Protagonists: BlossomBubblesButtercupProfessor Utonium

Supporting characters: The Mayor of TownsvilleSara BellumMs. Keane
Villains: Mojo JojoPrincess MorbucksHIMThe Gangreen GangFuzzy LumpkinsThe Rowdyruff BoysSedusaDick HardlyBianca BikiniThe Amoeba BoysChelseaFemme FataleManboyWhite KittyAllegroRainbow the Clown / Mr. MimeThe SmithsLenny BaxterRoach CoachThe Boogie ManMask ScaraAbracadaverFluffy BunchOil MonsterGiant FishballoonBroccoloidsMinistry of PainDragon-Like MonsterLou GubriousJanitaurThe GnomeWhimsical WillyMajor ManSteve the MonsterMojo Jojo's ArmyDooks of DoomMadame ArgentinaThe PowerbluffsMopey PopoMike BrikowskiMax Von NitrateMr. WednesdayEye MonsterFredHeadsuckerJeromeMr. Burglar ManJemmica
Other characters: BunnyRobin SnyderBulletSteamypuff GirlsCaptain RighteousLeftyMike BelieveElmer SglueRun-of-the-Mill GirlsMajor Glory (crossover) • Valhallen (crossover) • Harry PittPowerpuff Girls' Imaginary FriendSanta ClausMitch MitchelsonTwiggyThe Mayor of Citiesville

Locations
TownsvillePokey Oaks KindergartenMidway Elementary SchoolProfessor Utonium's HouseMalph'sHot Dogs On A SkewerTownsville City Opera HouseThe Powerpuff StorePokey FolksSilico Industries
Objects
Songs
Episodes
Original: Monkey See, Doggie DoMommy FearestInsect InsidePowerpuff BluffOcti EvilGeshundfightButtercrushFuzzy LogicBoogie FrightsAbracadaverTelephoniesTough LoveMajor CompetitionMr. Mojo's RisingPaste Makes WasteIce SoreBubbleviciousThe Bare FactsCat Man DoImpeach FuzzJust Another Manic MojoMime for a ChangeThe Rowdyruff BoysUh Oh DynamoStuck Up, Up and AwaySchoolhouse RockedCollect HerSupper VillainBirthday BashToo Pooped to PuffBeat Your GreensDown n' DirtyDream SchemeYou Snooze You LoseSlave the DayLos Dos MojosA Very Special BlossomDaylight SavingsMo JobPet FeudImaginary FiendCootie GrasThe Powerpuff Girls Best Rainy Day Adventure EverJust DessertsTwisted SisterCover UpSpeed DemonMojo JonesinSomething's a Ms.Slumbering with the EnemyFallen ArchesThe Mane EventTown and OutChild FearingCriss Cross CrisisBubblevisionBought and ScoldGettin' Twiggy With ItCop OutThree Girls and a MonsterMonkey See, Doggy TwoJewel of the AisleSuper ZeroesCandy Is DandyCatastropheHot Air BuffoonPloys R' UsThe Headsucker's MoxyEqual FightsPowerprof.Moral DecayMeet the Beat AllsHelter ShelterPower LunchFilm FlamAll Chalked UpGet Back JojoHim Diddle RiddleSuper FriendsMembers OnlyNano of the NorthStray BulletForced KinKnock It OffKeen on KeaneNot So Awesome BlossomPower-NoiaMonstra-CityShut the Pup UpToast of the TownDivide and ConquerBurglar AlarmedShotgun WeddingSave MojoSubstitute CreatureThe Boys Are Back in TownSee Me, Feel Me, GnomeyPee Pee G'sBoy ToysSeed No EvilThe City of ClipsvilleLying Around the HouseBubble BoyA DocumentaryGirls Gone MildCursesBang for Your BuckSilent TreatmentSweet 'n' SourPrime MatesCoupe D'EtatMakes Zen to MeSay UncleReeking HavocLive & Let DynamoMo' LinguishOops, I Did It AgainA Made Up StoryLittle Miss InterpretsNight MayorCustody BattleThe City of NutsvilleAspirationsThat's Not My BabySimian SaysSun ScreamThe City of FrownsvilleWest in PiecesCrazy Mixed Up PuffsMizzen in ActionRoughing It UpWhat's the Big Idea?Nuthin' SpecialNeighbor HoodI See a Funny Cartoon in Your FutureOcti-Gone

Reboot:

See also


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Television: The Flintstones | The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show | The Flintstone Comedy Hour / The Flintstone Comedy Show | Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics | Fred Flintstone and Friends | The New Fred and Barney Show | Fred and Barney Meet The Thing / Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo | The Flintstone Comedy Show | The Flintstone Funnies | The Flintstone Kids | What a Cartoon! (Dino: Stay Out! / Dino: The Great Egg-Scape) | Cave Kids: Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm

Specials: A Flintstone Christmas | The Flintstones: Little Big League | The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone | The Flintstones' New Neighbors | The Flintstones: Fred's Final Fling | The Flintstones: Wind-Up Wilma | The Flintstones: Jogging Fever | The Flintstones' 25th Anniversary Celebration | The Flintstone Kids' "Just Say No" Special | Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration | A Flintstone Family Christmas
Films: The Man Called Flintstone | The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones | I Yabba-Dabba Do! | Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby | 1994 Live-action film | A Flintstones Christmas Carol | Viva Rock Vegas | The Flintstones: On the Rocks | The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown!
Home video: Video | Hanna-Barbera Classic Collection
Comics:
Video games:

Characters
Main characters: Fred Flintstone | Wilma Flintstone | Barney Rubble | Betty Rubble | Dino | Pebbles Flintstone | Bamm-Bamm Rubble | Mr. Slate | The Great Gazoo | Pearl Slaghoople | Hoppy | Arnold | Joe Rockhead | Baby Puss

Minor/Guest star Characters: Ann-Margrock | Conrad Hailstone | Gina Loadabricks | Gary Granite

Episodes
The Flintstones Season 1:

The Flintstones Season 2:
The Flintstones Season 3:
The Flintstones Season 4:
The Flintstones Season 5:
The Flintstones Season 6:

Locations
Bedrock
Songs
See also
Hanna-Barbera | Screen Gems | Columbia Pictures | Columbia Pictures Television | Taft Broadcasting | Worldvision Enterprises | Turner Entertainment | Turner Program Services | Universal Studios | Warner Bros. | Warner Home Video | Warner Bros. Television | Warner Bros. Animation | Warner Archive Collection



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Cartoon Cartoons (Cartoon Cartoon Fridays/Cartoon Cartoon Fridays Big Pick Weekend/Cartoon Cartoon Weekend/Cartoon Cartoon Weekend Summerfest/Cartoon Cartoon Summer/The Cartoon Cartoon Show/Cartoon Cartoon Top 5/Cartoon Cartoon Primetime)

1990s

What a Cartoon! | Dexter's Laboratory | Cow and Chicken/I Am Weasel | The Powerpuff Girls | Ed, Edd n Eddy | Mike, Lu & Og | Courage the Cowardly Dog

2000s

Sheep in the Big City | Time Squad | Grim & Evil (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy/Evil Con Carne) | Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones? | Codename: Kids Next Door

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