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Jetlag Productions began as a small independent animation company assisting in the productions of such series as "The New Adventures of He-Man" in 1990 and "Conan the Adventurer" in 1992. In 1992, it was approached by Joe Cayre, Ken Cayre and Stan Cayre, the founders of GoodTimes Entertainment. The Cayre Brothers set Jetlag up to replace Golden Films as GoodTimes' provider of low budget animated children's films.

Jetlag began producing films very similar to those the Cayre Brothers had gotten from from Golden Films. Beginning their releases in 1994 Jetlag Productions produced a total of seventeen different animated films, thirteen adaptations of existing material and four original features. All seventeen films were around 45 minutes in length and were released as direct-to-video VHS features. Their last release was The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which was released on April 30th, 1996, just before GoodTimes turned to a new company, Blye Migicovsky Productions for their new line of animation releases.

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Jetlag Productions Studio Directories Cartoon Series:


Conan: The Adventurer   (1992, 64 Episodes.)

The New Adventures Of He-Man   (1990-1991, 65 Episodes.)



Related Cartoon Series:

Golden Films
  (1992, 42 Cartoons)

GoodTimes Entertainment
  (1984-2005, 8 Cartoons)


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