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The Flintstones was the Most Financially Successful Network Animated Television Series. It was also the Longest-Running Series Until The Simpsons Surpassed it in 1997.

An animated series is a group of works with a standard title that is usually related. These episodes should often feature the same primary characters, a variety of subsidiary characters, and a central subject. A series can have a set number of episodes, such as a miniseries, or it can be open-ended, with no set …

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Did Sealab 2020 Inspire Adam Reed’s Sealab 2021?

Hanna-Barbera’s Sealab 2020 was a short-lived action-adventure cartoon series. It was a classic cartoon created to be entertaining and educational for young viewers in the 1970s. But did you know it was recreated into a cartoon with dark humor to appeal to older viewers? Adam Reed, the creator of Sealab 2021, got his inspiration from …

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Why Did Most of Hanna-Barbera Characters Have Collars and Ties?

If you grew up watching Scooby-Doo, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Top Cat, and Yogi Bear, you’ve probably wondered why the characters were drawn quite similarly. But did you know why they specifically had collars? Hanna-Barbera characters had collars and ties to save money on animation. By creating a piece between the head and body, one …

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Tim Curry, a lifelong Scooby-Doo fan, was offered the villain role in the 2002 Scooby-Doo movie, but turned it down after learning the film would include Scrappy-Doo, a character he disliked.

Scooby-Doo (film) Actors Prinze Jr. and Gellar, who both previously worked in I Know What You Did Last Summer and portray Fred and Daphne, are romantically involved in both the film and reality. This film marks the first time in the franchise’s history where the characters are portrayed as a couple. The pair married shortly …

Tim Curry, a lifelong Scooby-Doo fan, was offered the villain role in the 2002 Scooby-Doo movie, but turned it down after learning the film would include Scrappy-Doo, a character he disliked. Read More »