Were these classic cartoons made by Hanna-Barbera or not?

Who produced Jonny Quest, The Archie Show and Inspector Gadget?

Producing partners Joseph Hanna and William Barbera are giants in the animation world. They have created classic characters like Yogi Bear, Scooby-Doo and, of course, The Flintstones.

But how well do you know their other cartoons? Can you tell which series are Hanna-Barbera and which were made by competitors like Filmation and DIC?

Here are 16 classic animated shows. Try to guess if they were made by Hanna-Barbera or not!

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  1. Did Hanna-Barbera produce the 1960s cartoon Top Cat?
  2. What about the early cartoon Rod Rocket?
  3. Who produced The Berenstain Bears?
  4. Who produced Inspector Gadget?
  5. Did Hanna-Barbera make The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show or not?
  6. Who made the 1970s cartoon Wait Till Your Father Gets Home?
  7. Who produced Star Trek: The Animated Series?
  8. Who produced the animated spinoff The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang?
  9. What about the animated Brady Bunch spinoff The Brady Kids?
  10. Who made this 1980s cartoon?
  11. Who produced Jonny Quest?
  12. Who produced The Archie Show?
  13. Who brought The Smurfs to American television?
  14. Who made He-Man and the Masters of the Universe?
  15. Who brought the world Captain Planet and the Planeteers?
  16. Who produced the cartoon Speedy Buggy about an anthropomorphic dune buggy?

Were these classic cartoons made by Hanna-Barbera or not?

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John 2 months ago
A lot of the Filmation shows are easy to identify just from the sheer amount of stock footage that was re-used in every episode. H-B at least tried not get too repetitious with their visuals (their CONCEPTS, on the other hand, are a different story).
moax429 John 1 month ago
Remember also in "The Brady Kids" Filmation used the same animation pattern that made the kids move like the Archies whenever they played a song? Of course, they had to add in Cindy, who was playing a guitar.
Flash4001 2 months ago
My favourite is Merrie Melodies/Looney Tunes
biscuits18521 Flash4001 2 months ago
I like those too!
JewelsChuck 3 months ago
15/16...#10 was wrong for me. Still not bad.
cams 3 months ago
13/16. Mostly because of Boomerang from Cartoon Network (it's all coming back to you)
John 3 months ago
I thought I knew my H-B cartoons. 14 out of 16 right.
JoeBev 3 months ago
I got 15 out of 16, but The Berenstain Bears is a trick question. It was not Hanna-Barbera. It was only licensed by them from Southern Star Productions (then called Hanna-Barbera Australia, when both were owned by Taft Broadcasting.) A technicality but a fact. Not one HB animator touched those shows. So I really got 16 out of 16. METV knows less than I do about this subject. I was Daws Butler's protege, wrote the book Daws Butler, Characters Actor, and was personal friends with Joe Barbera.
Stoney 3 months ago
14 for 16. Missed Captain Planet and Berenstain Bears, neither of which I watched much
GeoRubik 3 months ago
16/16 just looking at the animation style did.
Bob 3 months ago
12/16. Thought I would do better.
DANODAN 3 months ago
10 out of 16 not too bad 🤔
sandman 3 months ago
12/16 Me. 6/16 Mrs. “Sore Loser” Should she take me to Chili’s or Glory Days
nerakr 3 months ago
10/16. Not bad since most were guesses.
idkwut2use 3 months ago
Oops, 10...guess I wasn’t always paying attention to that.
nemalki 3 months ago
Oh, I got 16/16 the first time around, but there a couple of questions that could trap folks. While the Berenstain Bears series was animated by Hanna-Barbera Australia (now Southern Star), the original animated specials were produced by Perpetual Motion Pictures. Also, there has been a recent revival series that aired on PBS in 2003 that was produced by Nelvana and AGOGO Entertainment. The answer for the Captain Planet answer was correct, but Hanna-Barbera did produce episodes of that series from 1993-1996.

I'm sorry. I'm a cartoon nerd. Been studying the history for decades.
Runeshaper 3 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Smile! You know your sitcom history!

Yes, Captain Planet should be proud LOL
Big3Fan 3 months ago
10/16 I didn't watch many of these other than Jonny. Warner, Disney, Mighty Mouse and Tom and Jerry, The Flintstones, Yogi, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw Mcgraw were some of my favorites.
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