This page presents alphabetical listings of HB shows over the years. If you know of any others, or a link to one of the shows on the net, please let us know!
Abbott and Costello: Bud Abbott voiced his own character. Lou Costello's voice was provided by Stan Irwin. Premiered Fall 1967.
Addams Family, The: The popular family traveled across country telling scary stories in their haunted wagon. John Astin, the original Gomez Addams, lends his voice to the animated Series. Premiered on NBC September 8, 1973 - August 30, 1975. It was also re-released in 1991 to coincide with the premiere of the movie.
Adventures of Gulliver, The: The citizens of Lilliput help Gulliver find his father, discover buried treasure, and fight the evil Captain Leech. Premiered on ABC September 14, 1968 - September 5, 1970.
Adventures of Jonny Quest, The: Developed by artist Doug Wildey for Hanna-Barbera. First premiered September 18, 1964 and was rebroadcast at several different times on different stations.
All-New Popeye Hour, The: In association with King Features Syndicate. A one hour program which first premiered on CBS September 9, 1978.
All-New Pound Puppies: Developed because of the success of the 1986 original series. The program usually featured two 11 minute episodes per show. Premiered on ABC September 26, 1987.
All-New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show: Scooby and his nephew Scrappy fight ghosts and goblins solving mysteries. Premiered on ABC September 10, 1983.
All-New Super Friends Hour: Even though HB's first superheroes cartoon series failed, this one took off and was a huge rating success. Premiered September 10, 1977.
Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan, The: Fictional Chinese detective Charlie Chan and his children investigate crime. Premiered September 9, 1972. See also: "Fun World of Hanna Barbera".
Arabian Knights: Shown with "The Banana Split Adventure Hour". Characters include: Princess Nida, Biz, Fariik, Raseem, Zazuum and the evil Bakaar.
Around the World in 79 Days: Segments show with Chatanooga Cats.
Astro and the Space Mutts
Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show, The: An hour block of cartoons featuring Atom Ant, Secret Squirrel (and his sidekick Morocco Mole), The Hillbilly Bears, Precious Pup, Squiddly Diddly, and Winsome Witch. Premiered on NBC October 2, 1965.
Atom Ant Show, The: Atomized glasses transform a peek-eyed ant into a superhero. Premiered on NBC January 1967.
Auggie Doggie and Doggie Daddy:
Banana Splits Adventure Hour, The: Fleegle, Drooper, Bingo, and Snork hosted this hour long show which was comprised of their own live action series, "Danger Island", and four cartoon segments: "The Three Musketeers," "The Arabian Knights," "Hillbilly Bears," and "The Micro Adventure." Premiered September 7, 1968.
Best of Scooby Doo: The classic episodes were rebroadcast under this new title. Premiered September 10, 1983.
Birdman: Birdman is a superhero created for a Hanna-Barbera cartoon by Alex Toth. Stationed in a mountain base, Birdman's powers come directly from his ability to absorb sunlight.
Birdman and the Galaxy Trio: Adventures of Birdman, assisted by Birdboy and Avenger and the Galaxy Trio; Vapor Man, Galaxy Girl, and Meteor Man. There are character development sketches for Meteor Man that state "adjust to look more like Leonard Nimoy" (as in "Spock"). Premiered September 9, 1967.
Bisketts, The: Premiered September 17, 1983.
Buford and the Galloping Ghost: Half-hour mystery series which was comprised of two different segments. First, Buford a bloodhound solving crimes with his two teenage companions and second, Nugget Nose, a ghost who haunts a dude ranch. Premiered February 3, 1979.
Breezly and Sneezly: Polar Bear Breezly Bruin and Sneezly Seal create
havoc on a military base in Alaska.
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids: US governement agents working undercover as a rock group with the same name as the title of the show. Mickey Dolenz and Cheryl ladd voiced and sang on this show. Premiered on NBC September 8, 1973.