Hanna-Barbera Studios G-J 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 G-J Cartoon Series Cartoon Series:

Galtar and the Golden Lance   (1985, 20 Episodes.)
Godzilla   (1979, 5 Episodes.)
Goober and the Ghost Chasers   (1973, 16 Episodes.)
Gravedale High   (1990, 13 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Rick Moranis In Gravedale High
  (1985, 12 Episodes.)

Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch   (1971, 16 Episodes.)
Hong Kong Phooey   (1974, 31 Episodes.)
I Am Weasel   (1999, 27 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: I. M. Weasel
Inch High Private Eye   (1973, 13 Episodes.)
It's the Wolf and Motormouse and Autocat   (1970, 28 Cartoons.)
Jabberjaw   (1976, 16 Episodes.)
Jeannie   (1973, 16 Episodes.)
Johnny Bravo   (1997 – 2004, 182 Episodes.)
  (1982, 7 Episodes.)

Jonny Quest   (1964 1965, 26 Episodes.)
Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures   (1996, 52 Episodes.)
Josie and the Pussycats   (1970, 16 Episodes.)
Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space   (1972, 16 Episodes.)
The Gary Coleman Show   (1982, 25 Episodes.)
  (1978, 1 Series.)

The Godzilla Power Hour   (1978, 17 Cartoons.)
The Godzilla Super 90   (1978, 11 Cartoons.)
The Godzilla/Hong Kong Phooey Hour   (1980, 3 Cartoons.)
The Hanna-Barbera Happy Hour   (1978, 1 Series.)
The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Series   (1962, 157 Cartoons.)
The Harlem Globetrotters   (1970, 22 Episodes.)
The Herculoids   (1967, 36 Episodes.)
  (1990, 1 Series.)

The Huckleberry Hound Show   (1958 – 1961, 180 Cartoons.)
The Jetsons   (1962 – 1987, 75 Episodes.)