Tag Archives: Hanna-Barbera

Funshine Friday: ‘Partridge Family 2200 A.D.,’ ‘Gypsy Girl’ (1974)

Hanna-Barbera’s Partridge Family 2200 A.D. originally ran in the fall of 1974. 16 episodes were produced, airing on CBS. This animated, futuristic take on the Partridges generally focused on Danny Partridge and his robot dog, Orbit. Most episodes followed Danny … Continue reading

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Funshine Friday: Bedrock Rockers, ‘Hop, Skip And A Jump’ (1972)

A very good holiday weekend to everyone. For the last Funshine Friday of the year, let’s visit once again with The Bedrock Rockers. The short musical clip below features the tune, “Hop, Skip and a Jump” and comes from a … Continue reading

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Funshine Friday: Josie And The Pussycats, ‘Stop, Look And Listen’ (1970)

Happy Funshine Friday, cats and kittens! Here’s a hot tune from everyone’s favorite cartoon band, Josie and the Pussycats. “Stop, Look and Listen” first aired during episode six (“X Marks the Spot”) of Hanna-Barbera’s Josie and the Pussycats on October … Continue reading

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Funshine Friday: Davy Jones, ‘I Can Make You Happy’ (‘The New Scooby-Doo Movies,’ 1972)

Can you spare two minutes to watch an animated Davy Jones sing “I Can Make You Happy” while he runs away from a giant frog? Of course, you can! The clip below comes from The New Scooby-Doo Movies and originally … Continue reading

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Funshine Friday: ‘Hong Kong Phooey’ Cartoons (1974)

Happy Funshine Friday, Bionic pals. Today, we drag Hong Kong Phooey into the spotlight once again with two, full cartoons on display. ‘Iron Head the Robot’ and ‘Cotton Pickin’ Pocket Picker’ comprised episode two of Hong Kong Phooey and first … Continue reading

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Funshine Friday: ‘Sealab 2020′ (1972)

Hanna-Barbera’s Sealab 2020 originally ran Saturday mornings on NBC beginning in September of 1972. 13, 20-minute episodes were aired. According to a few sources, three additional episodes were produced but never shown. Warner Brothers recently made the show available again … Continue reading

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