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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 S Cartoon Series Cartoon Series:

Scooby and Scrappy-Doo   (1979, 16 Episodes.)
Scooby Doo, Where Are You!   (1969 – 1970, 25 Episodes.)
Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics   (1977, 40 Cartoons.)
Scooby's All-Stars   (1978, 32 Cartoons.)
Scooby's Laff-A-Lympics   (1980, 8 Episodes.)
  (1985, 63 Episodes.)

Sealab 2020   (1972, 13 Episodes.)
Shazzan!   (1967, 36 Episodes.)
Shirt Tales   (1982 – 1984, 46 Episodes.)
Sinbad Jr.   (1965, 102 Episodes.)
Skatebirds   (1977, 34 Cartoons.)
Sky Commanders   (1987, 13 Episodes.)
Smurfs   (1981 – 1989, 427 Episodes.)
Snorks   (1984 – 1988, 108 Episodes.)
Space Ghost and Dino Boy   (1966 – 1968, 61 Cartoons.)
Space Ghost Coast to Coast   (1994 – 2001, 96 Episodes.)
Space Kidettes   (1966, 20 Episodes.)
Space Stars   (1981, 67 Cartoons.)
Alternate Series Title: Space Stars With The Teen Force And Astro And The Space Mutts
Speed Buggy   (1973, 16 Episodes.)
Super Friends   (1973, 16 Episodes.)
Super Friends (II)   (1980 – 1983, 66 Episodes.)
Swat Kats   (1993 – 1994, 30 Episodes.)
The Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Puppy Hour   (1982, 39 Cartoons.)
The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour   (1976, 34 Cartoons.)
The Secret Squirrel Show   (1967, 1 Series.)
The Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. Show   (1976, 2 Cartoons.)
The Super Globetrotters   (1979, 13 Episodes.)