Hanna-Barbera Shows: J-N

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  • JabberJaw: With a voice sounding like Curly Howard, Jabberjaw and his pals live in an underwater civilization and fight crime. Together they also formed the band called the Neptunes. Premiered September 11, 1976 (shortly after Jaws)

  • Jeannie: Cartoon version of I Dream of Jeannie featuring Jeannie, her buddy Babu and the teenager who finds them, Corry Anders (voice by Mark Hamill). Premiered September 1973.

  • Jetsons, The: Space age version of the Flintstones featuring the Jetson family - George, Jane his wife, Judy, and Elroy with their dog Astro and maid Rosie. Premiered September 1962.

  • Jetsons Series 2, The: Aired in syndication in the late 80's as part of a combination package with the original series of 26 episodes. Added character of "Orbity" who was an alien found by Elroy on a school field trip to Mars.

  • Johnny Bravo: The tall, squared-jawed Johnny sounds like Elvis, frets about his big blond hair and loves to check his reflection.

  • Jonny Quest: 1964 show featuring Jonny Quest, his father Dr. Benton Quest (pun of Bent On A Quest), his friend was Hadji, and their dog Bandit. Race Bannon was a government agent and a pilot.

  • Josie and the Pussycats: The adventures of an all girl singing group, the Pussycats, featuring Josie, Melody, and Valerie. Cheryl Ladd lended her voice and singing talents to this show. Premiered September 1970

  • Josie and the Pussycats in Outerspace: The band accidently gets sent to outerspace and explore the universe with their new friend Bleep. Premiered September 1972.


  • Kwicky Koala Show, The: Developed by Tex Avery who also created the character of Droopy. This was his last creation. Premiered 1981.


  • Laff-A-Lympics: See: "Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics".

  • Laverne and Shirley in the Army: Prime time characters Laverne and Shirley are army privates. Premiered 1981.

  • Laverne and Shirley with the Fonz: Laverne and Shirley are still in the army, but this time the Fonz is with them. Premiered 1982.

  • Lippy the Lion: Antics of Lippy the Lion and his friend Hardy Har Har a hyena. Premiered 1962. See also: "Hanna Barbera's New Cartoon Series".

  • Loopy de Loop: Bill and Joe first started making Loopy de Loop cartoons in 1959 as theatrical shorts. Some 49 episodes of Loopy de Loop were made from 1959 to 1965. Loopy is a kind-hearted wolf with a French accent, who is always trying to do good deeds for others, but everyone else looks at him as a typical sneaky, no- good wolf. Daws Butler did Loopy's voice.


  • Magilla Gorilla Show, The: Adventures of Magilla the Gorilla and his friends Mr. Pebbles and Ogee. Premiered January 1964.

  • Mighty Mightor: Premiered on CBS Saturday, September 9, 1967 and ended on Saturday, September 6, 1969 See also: Moby Dick and the Mighty Mightor.

  • Moby Dick: When a typhoon suddenly strikes Tom and Tub are swept miles away from their uncle's vessel "The Sea Explorer" and find themselves in uncharted waters surrounded by menacing sharks. When all seems lost they are rescued by the giant white whale, Moby Dick. Tom and Tub happily realize they have found a new friend who will protect them as they face the perils of the deep together. See Also: Moby Dick and the Mighty Mightor.

  • Moby Dick and the Mighty Mightor: Segments featuring each of those cartoons. Premiered 1967.

  • Monchichis: The Monchichis lived in the forest land of Monchia. The show was co-produced by Mattel. The Monchichis enemy were the Grumplins of Grumplor whose leader was Horgg. Some characters in Monchia were Moncho, Kyla, Tootoo, Patchitt, and Thumkii, along with the wizard, Wizzar. This Saturday morning show premiered September 1983 on ABC.

  • Mork and Mindy: The prime time hit becomes a cartoon. Premiered September 1983.

  • Motormouse and Autocat: These two rivals are seen in all sorts of contests trying to beat each other. It was a spin off of "The Cattanooga Cats" when that show went to the Sunday morning half-hour format. Premiered September 12, 1970.

  • New Adventures of Captain Planet, The: It moved from DIC to Hanna Barbera in 1993.

  • New Adventures of Huck Finn, The: Ran in prime time on Sundays on ABC. Notable for mixing live actors on bluescreen over animations, and having Ted Cassidy as Injun Joe. During filming of one of Ted's segments on "Huck", he took a break from shooting to run across to Paramount stage 9, where the Star Trek cast were filming the episode "Bread and Circuses". During a scene where Kirk is attempting to get away from machine-gunning 20th century Roman Empire cops, Ted runs onto the set, picks up Shatner, and carries him off the set scaring the crap out of him in the process. Premiered September 1968.

  • New Fred and Barney Show, The: A return of the Flintstones rebroadcast on Saturday mornings. Premiered 1979.

  • New Scooby Doo Comedy Movies, The: The normal cast is joined weekly by celebrity guests like The Three Stoogies, Davy Jones, Phyllis Diller, Mama Cass Elliot, Batman and Robin, The Addams Family, Tim Conway, The Harlem Globetrotters, and Don Knotts. This was a 19 episode series. Premiered 1972.

  • New Scooby Doo Mysteries, The: Scooby Doo, Scrappy Doo, Shaggy, and Daphne solve mysteries. Premiered 1984.

  • New Shmoo, The: The Shmoo helps three reporters to investigate psychic phenomena. The Shmoo was an Al Capp creation used in his "Li'l Abner" comic strip. In the strip, the Shmoo could become anything you wanted - steaks, eggs, milk, etc... and could reproduce. Premiered 1979.
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