#CotD: From Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera first theatrical series on their own, “Big Mouse Take” was also their only theatrical series.
#CotD: The very first full-length feature film from Hanna-Barbera Productions, “Hey There, It’s Yogi Bear” was also the first feature film based on a television program.
#CotD: A much more mature Tom and Jerry meet again in “Mouse For Sale” from 1955.
#CotD: Dexter is a bespectacled young boy who just happened to be a genius…
“Head Band” has Dexter try and help his sister.
#CotD: Created by Van Partible, Johnny Bravo took the “Runaway Train” on an unexpected trip around the world.
#CotD: Before they were the Flintstones, they were “The Flagstones” Watch this clip now to see how the prehistoric family first looked to their animators.
CotD: Created by Craig McCracken, The Powerpuff Girls and “The Rowdy Ruff Boys” also proved a solid series for Genndy Tartakovsky and Paul Rudish to work on their aniamtion chops.
CotD: The third cartoon television production created by Hanna-Barbera, Quick Draw McGraw had an alter-ego El Kabong was featured in “Kabong Kabong’s Kabong“.
CotD: Hanna-Barbera’s third movie “Charlotte’s Web “, and the first to be a Paramount Pictures release.
CotD: A lot of cartoons released today- 5 Simpsons, and 5 Looney tunes! We are going with “A Scooby-Doo Valentine” as an early VD present to our readers!
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