Hanna-Barbera Studios D-F Animated Cartoon Series

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After a successful career at MGM, Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera open their own studio and single handedly invent the TV cartoon show format. Creating more than 1000 cartoon characters, Hanna-Barbera Productions remained a force in Saturday morning television well into the 90's.

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Hanna-Barbera Studios D-F Animated Cartoon Series Cartoon Series:

Devlin   (1974, 16 Episodes.)
Dexter's Laboratory   (1995 – 2003, 228 Cartoons.)
Drak Pack   (1980, 16 Episodes.)
Droopy, Master Detective   (1993, 3 Cartoons.)
Dumb and Dumber   (1995, 23 Episodes.)
Dynomutt, Dog Wonder   (1978, 1 Series.)
Fantastic Four   (1967, 20 Episodes.)
Fantastic Max   (1988, 26 Episodes.)
Fish Police   (1992, 6 Episodes.)
Foofur   (1986 – 1988, 46 Episodes.)
Frankenstein Jr. and The Impossibles   (1966, 55 Cartoons.)
Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo   (1979, 19 Cartoons.)
Fred and Barney Meet the Thing   (1979, 33 Cartoons.)
Fred Flintstone and Friends   (1977, 1 Series.)
The Dukes   (1983, 20 Episodes.)
The Flintstone Comedy Hour   (1972, 1 Series.)
The Flintstone Comedy Show (1973)   (1973, 1 Series.)
Flintstone Frolics   (1980, 127 Cartoons.)
Alternate Series Title: Flintstone Frolics
The Flintstone Funnies   (1982 – 1984, 0 Episode.)
The Flintstone Kids   (1986 – 1987, 76 Cartoons.)
The Flintstones   (1960 – 1966, 167 Episodes.)
The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang   (1980 – 1981, 24 Episodes.)
  (1977, 1 Series.)

The Funky Phantom   (1971, 17 Episodes.)
The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera   (1985 – 1994, 155 Cartoons.)
The Further Adventures of SuperTed   (1988, 13 Episodes.)