Rankin Bass Productions Directory

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Rankin Bass Productions is most noted for their stop-motion animation specials, especially the Rudolph and Frosty Christmas specials. However, Rankin Bass Productions also made a fair amount of traditional animated films. They pioneering form of puppet animation was self-titled: "Animagic."

While conceived and written in the U.S., Rankin/Bass productions were made in Japan; stop-motion by Japanese animator Tadahito Mochinaga and cel animation varying between Crawley Films, Tei Company and Mushi Productions.

Rankin Bass Prods Rankin Bass Productions was based in Burbank, California.

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Rankin Bass Productions Cartoon Series:

The Comic Strip   (1987, 129 Episodes.)
Festival of Family Classics   (1972, 20 Episodes.)
Jackson 5ive   (1971, 23 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Jackson Five
Kid Power   (1972, 1 Series.)
The King Kong Show   (1966, 75 Episodes.)
Mushi Productions   (1961 – 1973, 396 Cartoons.)
The New Adventures of Pinocchio   (1960, 130 Episodes.)
The Osmonds   (1972, 17 Episodes.)
The Reluctant Dragon and Mr. Toad   (1970 – 1971, 34 Cartoons.)
SilverHawks   (1986, 65 Episodes.)
Tales of The Wizard of Oz   (1961, 110 Episodes.)
The Smokey Bear Show   (1969, 51 Episodes.)
ThunderCats   (1985, 130 Episodes.)
The Tomfoolery Show   (1970, 1 Series.)
Specials   (1964, 39 Specials.)
Feature Films   (1965 – 1999, 8 Theatrical Films.)