Ruby-Spears Productions Directory -Alternate: Ruby-Spears Enterprises

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Alternate Studio Title: Ruby-Spears Enterprises

Founded in 1977 by Hanna-Barbera writers Joe Ruby and Ken Spears. The Ruby-Spears studio in Burbank was purchased in 1978 by Filmways Television. Filmways sold the studio in late 1981 to Taft Broadcasting, making Ruby-Spears a sibling to their original parent company- Hanna-Barbera Studios. Shortly after in 1996, Ruby-Spears Productions was closed.

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Ruby-Spears Productions Cartoon Series:

Alvin and the Chipmunks   (1983 – 1987, 101 Episodes.)
Chuck Norris' Karate Kommandos   (1986, 5 Episodes.)
Dink The Little Dinosaur   (1989, 42 Episodes.)
Dragon's Lair   (1984, 13 Episodes.)
Fang Face   (1978, 16 Episodes.)
Goldie Gold and Action Jack   (1981, 13 Episodes.)
Heathcliff and Dingbat   (1980, 53 Episodes.)
Heathcliff and Marmaduke   (1981, 40 Episodes.)
It's Punky Brewster   (1985, 42 Episodes.)
Lazer Tag Academy   (1986, 13 Episodes.)
Mega Man   (1994, 13 Episodes.)
Mr. T   (1983, 30 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Mister T
Piggsburg Pigs   (1990, 13 Episodes.)
Police Academy: The Series   (1988, 64 Episodes.)
  (1983, 8 Episodes.)

  (1984, 1 Episode.)

  (1982, 13 Episodes.)

Rambo   (1986, 65 Episodes.)
Saturday Supercade   (1983, 98 Episodes.)
Sectaurs   (1985, 5 Episodes.)
  (1995 – 1996, 26 Episodes.)

Specials   (1978 – 1995, 23 Specials.)
Superman   (1988, 26 Episodes.)
The Centurions   (1986, 65 Episodes.)
The Pac-Man/Rubik the Amazing Cube Hour   (1983, 14 Cartoons.)
The Plastic Man Comedy Adventure Show   (1979 – 1981, 126 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: The Plastic Man - Baby Plas Super Comedy Show
Thundarr the Barbarian   (1980, 21 Episodes.)
Turbo-Teen   (1984, 13 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Turbo Teen
Wild West C.O.W. Boys Of Moo Mesa   (1993, 13 Episodes.)