Star Wirth was in charge of H-B’s Xerox department

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Xerox checker and super­vi­sor Star Wirth, head of the Xerox depart­ment at Hanna-Barbera from 1967 until 1999, died Jan­u­ary 12.

Her age was not imme­di­ately available.

Wirth did xerog­ra­phy for a host of TV series. She also worked for Dream­Works, Car­toon Net­work and Warner Bros. until her retire­ment in 2001.

She was a xero­g­ra­pher for the TV series The Mumbly Car­toon Show, The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour and Jab­ber­jaw (all 1976); The All-New Super Friends Hour and C B Bears (both 1977); Scooby’s All Star Laff-A-Lympics (1977–78); Dyno­mutt Dog Won­der, Yogi’s Space Race, Jana of the Jun­gle and Chal­lenge of the Super­Friends (all 1978); Godzilla (1978–79); Casper and the Angels, Buford and the Gal­lop­ing Ghost, The New Shmoo, The Super Glo­be­trot­ters, The World’s Great­est Super­Friends, Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo and The New Fred and Bar­ney Show (all 1979); The Flint­stone Com­edy Show (1980); Super Friends (1980–81); Space Stars, Trol­lkins and The Kwicky Koala Show (all 1981); Smurfs (1981–88); Shirt Tales, The Gary Cole­man Show, Joke­book and Pac-Man (all 1982); The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show (1983); The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo (1985); Paw Paws (1985–86); Snorks, ogi’s Trea­sure Hunt and The Jet­sons (all 1985–87); Foo­fur and Jonny Quest (both 1986–87); The Flint­stone Kids (1986–88); Sky Com­man­ders (1987); A Pup Named Scooby-Doo (1988–91); The Adven­tures of Don Coy­ote and San­cho Panda, Bill & Ted’s Excel­lent Adven­tures, Potsworth & Co. and Gravedale High (all 1990); Time­less Tales from Hall­mark (1990–91); Tom & Jerry Kids Show (1990–93); Yo Yogi! (1991–92); The Pirates of Dark Water (1991–93); Fish Police (1992); The Addams Fam­ily (1992–93); Capi­tol Crit­ters (1992–95); Droopy: Mas­ter Detec­tive and 2 Stu­pid Dogs (both 1993); Cap­tain Planet and the Plan­e­teers (1993–94); Dumb and Dumber (1995); The What a Car­toon Show (1995–97); Cave Kids (1996); The Real Adven­tures of Jonny Quest (1996–1997); Dexter’s Lab­o­ra­tory (1996–98); I Am Weasel (1997); Cow and Chicken (1997–99); Johnny Bravo (1997–2001); and The Pow­er­puff Girls (1998–2001).

For TV-movies, she worked on Davy Crock­ett on the Mis­sis­sippi (1976); A Flint­stone Christ­mas (1977); Scooby-Doo Goes Hol­ly­wood (1979); Christ­mas Comes to PacLand (1982); My Smurfy Valen­tine (1983), The Lit­tle Troll Prince, Yogi’s Great Escape, The Jet­sons Meet the Flint­stones, Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Broth­ers, Top Cat and the Bev­erly Hills Cats and Yogi Bear and the Mag­i­cal Flight of the Spruce Goose (all 1987); Scooby-Doo and the Reluc­tant Were­wolf, Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School, The Good, the Bad, and Huck­le­berry Hound, Rockin’ with Judy Jet­son and Yogi & the Inva­sion of the Space Bears (all 1988); Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby, The Town Santa For­got, The Hal­loween Tree and I Yabba-Dabba Do! (all 1993); A Flint­stones Christ­mas Carol, Scooby-Doo in Ara­bian Nights, Yogi the Easter Bear and A Flint­stone Fam­ily Christ­mas (all 1994); Jonny Quest Ver­sus the Cyber Insects (1995); and Dexter’s Lab­o­ra­tory Ego Trip (1999).

Her TV shorts included The Flint­stones: Fred’s Final Fling (1980), The Smurfs Spring­time Spe­cial (1982), Mon­ster in My Pocket: The Big Scream (1992), George and Junior’s Christ­mas Spec­tac­u­lar (1995), Kenny and the Chimp: Dis­easy Does It! or Chimp –n– Pox (1998), King Crab: Space Crus­tacean (1999) and The Man­sion Cat (2000). Worth also was a xero­g­ra­pher on the ABC Week­end Spe­cials The Puppy Saves the Cir­cus (1981) and Miss Switch to the Res­cue and Bun­nic­ula, the Vam­pire Rab­bit (both 1982). Her other TV work included the doc­u­men­taries The Flint­stones’ 25th Anniver­sary Cel­e­bra­tion (1986) and A Yabba-Dabba-Doo Cel­e­bra­tion!: 50 Years of Hanna-Barbera (1989).

In movies, Worth was the head of xerog­ra­phy on 1994’s The Page­mas­ter and the Xerox super­vi­sor on Heidi’s Song (1982), GoB­ots: War of the Rock Lords (1986), Jet­sons: The Movie (1990) and Once Upon a For­est (1990). She did xerog­ra­phy on the shorts Rock Odyssey (1987), Larry & Steve (1996), and Babe, He Calls Me and Mal­com and Melvin (both 1997).

Worth was a xero­g­ra­pher for the 1998 direct-to-video movie Scooby-Doo on Zom­bie Island, along with the video shorts Moses, Joshua and the Bat­tle of Jeri­cho and David and Goliath (all 1986); The Easter Story (1990); The Mir­a­cles of Jesus (1991); and Queen Esther (1992).

She was involved in copy­ing and ship­ping for the TV series His­te­ria! (1998), Bat­man Beyond (1999–2001) and Baby Blues (2000–02); the 1999 TV-movie Bat­man Beyond: The Movie; the videos Bat­man Beyond: Return of the Joker and Tweety’s High-Flying Adven­ture (both 2000) and Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring (2002), as well as the 1999 TV short King Crab: Space Crustacean.

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