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Sports Night(1998 - 2000)
Sparks(1996 - 1998)
Something So Right(1996 - 1998)
Something Wilder(1994 - 1995)
Kinnikuman(1983 - 1986)
This is the first generation Kinnikuman BEFORE the one that came to America and a lot better. It stars King Kinnikuman in his struggle for humanity. That's right. This is the show where we see Mantaro's father before Mantaro was even born. If you still don't know what show I'm talking about, I'l...
Motormouse and Autocat(1970 - 1972)
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. Essentially a motor-racing version of Tom and Jerry, this segment involved the antics...
Mighty Mightor and moby dick(1967 - 1970)
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...
C.B. Bears(1977 - 1978)
Hustle, Bump and Boogie work for Charlie "The Boss Woman." They drive around in an old garbage truck solving mysteries. This was an attempt by Hanna-Barbera Productions to take advantage of the CB radio craze of the 1970's. As with most Hanna-Barbera cartoons of the time other cartoons aired along w...
Tucker's Witch(1982 - 1983)
Tuckers Witch was a comedy detective series starring Tim Matheson & Catherine Hicks as Husband & Wife detectives Rick & Amanda Tucker.Rick & Amanda own & run a detective agency "Tucker & Tucker Investigation Agency" Rick is an above average Detective,Amanda is a Witch ( whose powers are not-always-r...
Roman Holidays(1972 - 1973)
The Roman Holidays is a Hanna-Barbera animated television series that was broadcast in 1972 on NBC. It ran for 13 episodes before being cancelled. Very similar in theme to both The Flintstones and The Jetsons, The Roman Holidays brought a look at "modern-day" life in Ancient Rome, around 63 A.D. (wi...
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