Hanna-Barbera Shows: C-F

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  • Capitol Critters: Short-lived 1992 series about the lives of mice, rats, and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in Washington, D.C.

  • Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: A parody of "Charlie's Angels" coupled with a cute caveman. Episodes originally aired as part of "Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics" and "Scooby's All Stars". Premiered March 8, 1980. See also: "Flintstone's Comedy Hour".

  • Casper and the Angels: In the year 2179, Casper is teamed with Space Patrol Officers Minnie and Maxi to maintain law and order. Premiered on NBC September 22, 1979.

  • Cattanooga Cats, The: Much like the Banana Splits, but featuring 4 cats: Kitty Jo, Scoots, Groove, and Country. "Cheesie" was a rodent, and was part of the original concept that never made it to the actual show. Two different versions of the character were reportedly worked up - one a manager, the other a keyboardist. Both were dropped. A huge dog called "Teenie Tim" was added for additional comic relief. Also showed segments of "It's the Wolf" and "Motormouse and Autocat". Premiered on ABC September 6, 1969.

  • C.B. Bears: Hustle, Bump, and Boogie travel in a rigged up garbage truck and solve mysteries. Premiered September 10. 1977.

  • Challenge of the Super Friends: The Super Friends fight the Legion of Doom. Premiered September 8, 1978.

  • Clue Club: A saturday morning animated detective show featuring two dogs, Woofer and Wimper and their human friends, Larry (David Joliffe of "Room 222"), Pepper, D.D. and Dotty, plus Sherriff Bagley (John Stephenson). Premired August 1976 on CBS. Also a part of the "Skatebirds" series of cartoons in 1977 under the title "Woofer and Wimper, Dog Detectives."

  • Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley, The: Martin Short teams up with Hanna-Barbera. Premiered on NBC September 10. 1988.

  • Cow and Chicken: Created by David Feiss, this series shows the surreal adventures of a cow, named Cow, and her chicken brother, named Chicken. They are often antagonized by "The Red Guy", who poses as various characters to scam or hurt them. The series was nominated for an Emmy Award in 1996 and 1998.


  • Dastardly and Muttley and Their Flying Machine: Dastardly and Muttley pursue Yankee Doodle Pigeon. Premiered September 13, 1969. See also: "Wacky Races".

  • Devlin: The story of an orphaned family of circus motorcycle performers. The voice of mechanic Todd belonged to Mickey Dolenz. Aired on ABC in 1974.

  • Dexter's Laboratory: In this long-running series, boy genius Dexter slips away into his bedroom laboratory to solve problems from saving the world to thwarting school bullies - interrupted only by his bubbling ballerina sister, Dee Dee. His enemy and rival is a boy named Mandark. 1996-2003.

  • Dial M for Monkey

  • Dinki Dog: HB's first (and perhaps only) show created and produced in Australia apart from the voices. Part of the Popeye Show. 1978.

  • Dino Boy in the Lost Valley: Dino Boy's real name is Todd. He had to parachute off of a burning plane and lands in a lost valley in South America.

  • Drak Pack: The series centred around three teen men, descendants of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster and a werewolf. To atone for their ancestors' wrongdoings, the three, united as the Drak Pack, became superheroes. 1980-1982.

  • Dynomutt, Dog Wonder: Adventures of a cape-crusading bionic dog and his faithful leader, The Blue Falcon. Premiered on ABC June 3, 1978. See also: "Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Hour".


  • Fang Face: Every 400 years, a werewolf is born into the Fangsworth famly. The baby, when it sees the moon, immediatly turns into a werewolf. Soon, "Fangs", grown up, is teamed up with Pugs, and two others, and his nephew, Baby Fangs. They go aroung fighting crimes, just like Scooby Doo. The show usually ends with them seeing the sun and turning human again.

  • Fantastic Four: With Marvel Comics Group. Features Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Girl, the Human Torch, and the Thing. Premiered on ABC September 9, 1967. See also: "Hanna Barbera's World of Super Adventure".

  • Fantastic Max: Part of the "Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera". Adventures of a 16 month old boy who has a robot babysitter and an alien friend. Premiered September 1988.

  • Flagstones, The: The pilot for "The Flintstones". TBS has aired it in its entirety as a special episode.

  • Flintstones, The: First prime time cartoon series. Based on "The Honeymooner's". Premiered on ABC September 30, 1960

  • Flintstones Kids, The: Original members of the cast are seen as 10 year old children. Three other segments appeared on the program; "Captain Caveman and Son", "Dino's Dilemma's", and "Flintstone Funnies". Premiered on ABC September 13, 1986.

  • Flintstones Comedy Hour, The: Hour long show which rebroadcast the original episodes in addition to episodes of the "Pebbles and Bamm Bamm" show. Premiered on CBS September 9, 1972.

  • Flintstones Comedy Show: One and a half hours long. Featured 6 different segments including "Flintstone Family Adventures", "Pebbles, Dino, and Bamm Bamm", "Captain Caveman", "Bedrock Cops" (with the Shmoo), "Dino and Cavemouse", and "The Frankenstones". Premiered on NBC November 22, 1980.

  • Fonz and the Happy Days Gang: Inspired by the prime time comedy series. Premiered on ABC November 8, 1980.

  • Foofur: Featured a gang of canines lead by a blue hound dog named Foofur. Premiered on MBC September 13, 1986.

  • Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles: Two different segments in each show. Frankenstein Jr. protects his buddy Buzz and their community. The Impossibles were a crime fighting band including members Fluid Man, Multi Man, and Coil Man. They were based on the Three Stooges. Premiered on CBS September 10, 1966. See also: "Hanna Barbera's World of Super Adventure".

  • Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo: 90 minute program was a collection of previously broadcast episodes of the "New Fred and Barney Show" and "The Thing" plus repeat episodes from "The New Shmoo". Premiered on NBC December 8, 1979.

  • Fred and Barney Meet the Thing: Both components were repeated on "Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo". Premiered on NBC September 22, 1979.

  • Fred Flintstone and Friends: Fred hosted a series of rebroadcast cartoons originally from such shows as "Flintstones Comedy Hour", "Goober and the Ghost Chasers", "Jeannie", "Partridge Family: 2200 A.D.", "Pebbles and Bamm Bamm", and "Yogi's Gang". Premiered September 1977.

  • Funky Phantom, The: Skip, Augie, April, and their dog Elmo, release a ghost, Jonathon Wellington Muddlemore (Musty), from a clock in the Muddlemore Mansion. Musty has a friend, Boo the cat. Premiered on ABC September 11, 1971. See also: "Fun World of Hanna Barbera".

  • Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera, The: Featured segments from various HB cartoons including "Jonny Quest", "Yogi's Treasure Hunt", and "Galtar and the Golden Lance". Premiered in syndication September 1985.

  • Fun World of Hanna-Barbera, The: Syndicated program which featured segments from such HB cartoons as ""Wacky Races", "Dastardly and Muttley", "Perils of Penelope Pitstop", "The Funky Phantom", and "Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan". Premiered 1977.

  • Further Adventures of Superted, The: Featuring a cuddly superhero - a teddy bear - who was given his powers by Spottyman. Premiered September 1988.
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