Thread: Was Ruby-Spears part of Hanna-Barbera?

    • 1 year 5 months ago
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    Just asking, because Warner Bros. released Centurions and other cartoons of theirs under the "Hanna-Barbera Classics" name, and I'd like to know if they count as HB productions.
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    • 1 year 5 months ago
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    The Ruby-Spears studio was founded in 1977 as a subsidiary of Filmways and was sold in late 1981 to Taft Broadcasting, becoming a sister company to Hanna-Barbera Productions. In 1991, Ruby-Spears was spun off into RS Holdings while most of the original Ruby-Spears library (its pre-1991 library) was sold along with Hanna-Barbera to Turner Broadcasting System, which in turn merged with Time Warner (now WarnerMedia) in 1996. The Ruby-Spears studio closed in 1996 after 19 years of operation.[2]
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    • 4 months 21 days ago
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    What's next, Mega Man being recognized as a Hanna-Barbera cartoon?
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