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List of children's animated television series of the 1980s facts for kids

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This is a list of children's animated television series (including internet television series); that is, animated programs originally targeted towards audiences aged 12 and under in mind.

This list does not include Japanese, Chinese, or Korean series, as children's animation is much more common in these regions.

1980s

United States

Title Genre Seasons/episodes Show creator(s) Original release Network Studio Age rating Technique
The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show Variety
Comedy
1 season, 15 episodes September 6, 1980 – December 13, 1980 CBS Filmation
• MGM Television
TV-G Traditional
Super Friends • Action
Adventure
Science fiction
3 seasons, 22 episodes September 13, 1980 – 1982 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
DC Comics
TV-Y7 Traditional
The Tarzan/Lone Ranger Adventure Hour September 6, 1980 – December 13, 1980 CBS Filmation N/A Traditional
The Lone Ranger Animated series 2 seasons, 28 episodes September 13, 1980 – January 30, 1982 CBS Filmation N/A Traditional
Heathcliff Animated series 2 seasons, 26 episodes • George Gately (Heathcliff character)
• Brad Anderson (Marmaduke character)
Joe Ruby
Ken Spears
October 4, 1980 – September 18, 1982 ABC • Ruby-Spears Productions
• McNaught Syndicate
• United Features Syndicate (season 2)
TV-Y Traditional
Thundarr the Barbarian • Post-apocalyptic
• Science fantasy
Action-adventure
2 seasons, 21 episodes Steve Gerber
Joe Ruby
Ken Spears
October 4, 1980 – October 31, 1981 ABC Ruby-Spears Productions TV-Y7 Traditional
Richie Rich Animation 4 seasons, 41 episodes November 8, 1980 – September 1, 1984 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-G Traditional
Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo Adventure
• Comedy
3 seasons, 33 episodes November 8, 1980 – December 18, 1982 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
• Ruby-Spears Enterprises
TV-G Traditional
The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang Science fiction
• Comedy
Adventure
2 seasons, 24 episodes November 8, 1980 – November 28, 1981 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
Paramount Television
N/A Traditional
The Flintstone Comedy Show Animation
Comedy
2 seasons, 18 episodes William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
November 22, 1980 – October 24, 1981 NBC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-G Traditional
Blackstar 13 episodes September 12, 1981 – December 5, 1981 CBS Filmation N/A Traditional
Goldie Gold and Action Jack 13 episodes September 12, 1981 – December 5, 1981 ABC Ruby-Spears Enterprises TV-Y7 Traditional
Space Stars Animation
Adventure
Fantasy
Science fiction
Comedy-drama
11 episodes September 12, 1981 – September 11, 1982 NBC Hanna-Barbera Productions N/A Traditional
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends • Superhero
• Action
Adventure
3 seasons, 24 episodes September 12, 1981 – November 5, 1983 NBC Marvel Productions TV-Y7 Traditional
The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam! 12 episodes September 12, 1981 – September 11, 1982 NBC Filmation
DC Comics
N/A Traditional
The New Adventures of Zorro Animation 1 season, 13 episodes William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
• Johnston McCulley (characters)
September 12, 1981 – December 5, 1981 CBS Filmation
Hanna-Barbera
N/A Traditional
Trollkins • Fantasy
• Comedy
13 episodes September 12, 1981 – September 4, 1982 CBS Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-G Traditional
Laverne & Shirley Cartoon series 2 seasons, 21 episodes October 10, 1981 – November 13, 1982 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
Paramount Television
N/A Traditional
Gilligan's Planet 1 season, 13 episodes Sherwood Schwartz September 18, 1982 – December 11, 1982 CBS Warner Bros. Television Distribution
• Turner Program Services
N/A Traditional
Meatballs & Spaghetti Animation 1 season, 25 episodes Fred Silverman
• Jerry Eisenberg
September 18, 1982 – March 5, 1983 CBS Intermedia Entertainment Company
• Marvel Productions
• Pan Sang East Co. Ltd
• MGM/UA Television
N/A Traditional
Pandamonium • Adventure
• Fantasy
13 episodes September 18, 1982 – December 11, 1982 CBS • Marvel Productions
InterMedia Entertainment Company
• MGM/UA Television
N/A Traditional
Shirt Tales • Fantasy
• Comedy
• Adventure
2 seasons, 23 episodes Janet Elizabeth Manco (original characters) September 18, 1982 – November 19, 1983 NBC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-Y7 Traditional
The Flintstone Funnies • Animation
• Comedy
1 season, 45 episodes William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
September 18, 1982 – September 8, 1984 NBC TV-G Traditional
The Gary Coleman Show Comedy 13 episodes William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
September 18, 1982 – December 11, 1982 NBC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-G Traditional
The Incredible Hulk • Superhero
• Action
Adventure
1 season, 13 episodes Stan Lee September 18, 1982 – October 8, 1983 NBC Marvel Productions TV-Y7 Traditional
Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour Cartoon series 1 season, 27 episodes September 25, 1982 – September 3, 1983 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
• Ruby-Spears Enterprises
Paramount Television
TV-G Traditional
Pac-Man • Adventure
Comedy
2 seasons, 44 episodes September 25, 1982 – November 5, 1983 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-G Traditional
The Little Rascals Animation
Comedy
22 episodes September 25, 1982 – December 2, 1983 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
• King World Productions
TV-Y Traditional
The Puppy's Further Adventures 2 seasons, 21 episodes September 25, 1982 – November 10, 1984 ABC • Ruby-Spears Enterprises
Hanna-Barbera Productions (season 1)
TV-Y Traditional
The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour Animation
Comedy
Adventure
• Action
13 episodes September 25, 1982 – December 18, 1982 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
• Ruby-Spears Enterprises
TV-G Traditional
The Dukes • Action
• Family
• Comedy
2 seasons, 20 episodes February 5, 1983 – October 29, 1983 CBS Hanna-Barbera Productions
Warner Bros. Television
N/A Traditional
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Adventure
• Action
• Sword and planet
• Superhero fiction
2 seasons, 130 episodes Michael Halperin September 5, 1983 – November 21, 1985 First-run syndication Filmation Associates
• Mattel
TV-Y7 Traditional
Monchhichis Animation
Comedy
Fantasy
Adventure
13 episodes September 10, 1983 – December 24, 1983 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-Y Traditional
Rubik, the Amazing Cube 1 season, 13 episodes September 10, 1983 – December 10, 1983 ABC Ruby-Spears Enterprises N/A Traditional
The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show Mystery
Adventure
• Comedy
2 seasons, 26 episodes Joe Ruby
Ken Spears
September 10, 1983 – December 1, 1984 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-G Traditional
Alvin and the Chipmunks Comedy-drama
• Musical
• Sitcom
• Adventure
8 seasons, 102 episodes • Ross Bagdasarian Jr.
Janice Karman
September 17, 1983 – December 1, 1990 NBC Bagdasarian Productions
• Ruby-Spears Enterprises (1983–1987, seasons 1-5)
• Murakami-Wolf-Swenson (1988, season 6)
DIC Enterprises (1988–1990, seasons 6-8)
TV-G Traditional
Dungeons & Dragons Action
Adventure
Fantasy
3 seasons, 27 episodes • Kevin Paul Coates
• Dennis Marks
• Takashi
September 17, 1983 – December 7, 1985 CBS • Marvel Productions
• D&D Entertainment
• Toei Animation
TV-Y7 Traditional
Mister T 3 seasons, 30 episodes Steve Gerber
Martin Pasko
September 17, 1983 – October 19, 1985 NBC Ruby-Spears Enterprises TV-Y7 Traditional
Saturday Supercade Animation 2 seasons, 27 episodes September 17, 1983 – December 1, 1984 CBS Ruby-Spears Enterprises TV-G Traditional
The Biskitts Adventure
Fantasy
Comedy
13 episodes September 17, 1983 – September 8, 1984 CBS Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-Y Traditional
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show Animation
Comedy
2 seasons, 18 episodes Charles M. Schulz September 17, 1983 – October 12, 1985 CBS Lee Mendelson/Bill Melendez Productions TV-Y Traditional
Dragon's Lair Fantasy
Animation
• Action
• Adventure
• Sword and sorcery
1 season, 13 episodes September 8, 1984 – December 1, 1984 ABC Ruby-Spears Productions TV-Y7 Traditional
Pink Panther and Sons • Animation
• Comedy
Adventure
16 episodes September 8, 1984 – February 26, 1985 NBC (1984–1985)
ABC (1986)
Hanna-Barbera Productions
• Mirisch-Geoffrey-DePatie-Freleng
• MGM/UA Television
TV-Y Traditional
Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show Adventure
Fantasy
Science fiction
8 episodes • E. Nelson Bridwell
• Carmine Infantino
• Julius Schwartz (consultants)
September 8, 1984 – August 31, 1985 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
DC Comics
N/A Traditional
Wolf Rock TV Animated series 1 season, 7 episodes September 8, 1984 – October 20, 1984 ABC • Dick Clark Productions
DIC Enterprises
N/A Traditional
Muppet Babies Animated series
Fantasy
Comedy
Adventure
8 seasons, 107 episodes Jim Henson September 15, 1984 – November 2, 1991 CBS • Marvel Productions
Jim Henson Productions
TV-Y Traditional
Pole Position Animated television series 1 season, 13 episodes Jean Chalopin September 15, 1984 – December 8, 1984 CBS DIC Audiovisuel TV-Y7 Traditional
Turbo Teen Cartoon series
• Children's television series
Superheroes
Adventure
1 season, 13 episodes Ruby-Spears Productions September 15, 1984 – August 31, 1985 ABC Ruby-Spears Enterprises TV-Y7 Traditional
The Transformers Science fiction
• Action
Adventure
Superhero
4 seasons, 98 episodes Hasbro
• Takara
September 17, 1984 – November 11, 1987 First-run syndication • Sunbow Productions
• Marvel Productions
• Toei Animation (seasons 1–3)
• AKOM (seasons 2-4)
TV-Y7 Traditional
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo Mystery
Adventure
• Comedy
2 seasons, 26 episodes Joe Ruby (characters)
Ken Spears (characters)
•Mitch Schauer
September 7, 1985 – December 7, 1985 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-G Traditional
The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians Adventure
Fantasy
Science fiction
8 episodes • E. Nelson Bridwell
• Carmine Infantino
• Julius Schwartz (consultants)
September 7, 1985 – September 6, 1986 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
DC Comics
N/A Traditional
ThunderCats • Action/Adventure
• Sword and planet
4 seasons, 130 episodes Ted "Tobin" Wolf September 9, 1985 – September 29, 1989 Syndication • Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment
Leisure Concepts (Project Development)
• Topcraft (season 1)
• Pacific Animation Corporation (seasons 2–4)
Traditional
Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears Adventure
Comedy
Fantasy
6 seasons, 65 episodes Michael Eisner
• Art Vitello
• Jymn Magon
September 14, 1985 – February 22, 1991 NBC (1985–1989)
ABC (1989–1990)
• Syndicated (1990–1991)
Walt Disney Television Animation TV-Y Traditional
Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling Animated series 2 seasons, 26 episodes World Wrestling Federation September 14, 1985 – October 18, 1986 CBS DIC Animation City
• World Wrestling Federation
Saban Productions (1985 special episode only)
• Columbia Pictures Television (1985 special episode only)
TV-Y7 Traditional
It's Punky Brewster 2 seasons, 26 episodes September 14, 1985 – December 6, 1986 NBC • Ruby-Spears Enterprises
• NBC Productions
TV-Y Traditional
The Wuzzles 1 season, 13 episodes Carson Van Osten September 14, 1985 – December 7, 1985 CBS • Walt Disney Pictures Television Division
Walt Disney Pictures Television Animation Group
TV-Y Traditional
The Flintstone Kids Animation
Comedy
2 seasons, 34 episodes September 6, 1986 – May 21, 1988 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-Y Traditional
Foofur Animation
• Slice of life
Comedy
2 seasons, 26 episodes Phil Mendez September 13, 1986 – February 18, 1988 NBC Hanna-Barbera Productions
• SEPP International S.A.
TV-Y Traditional
Kissyfur Animation 2 seasons, 26 episodes Phil Mendez September 13, 1986 – August 25, 1990 NBC • NBC Productions
DIC Animation City
Saban Entertainment (1988)
TV-Y Traditional
Lazer Tag Academy Animation 13 episodes September 13, 1986 – December 6, 1986 NBC • Ruby-Spears Productions
• Worlds of Wonder
N/A Traditional
Pound Puppies Comedy
Adventure
2 seasons, 26 episodes September 13, 1986 – December 19, 1987 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions
Tonka Corporation
TV-Y Traditional
Teen Wolf • Adventure
Animation
2 seasons, 21 episodes September 13. 1986 – November 7, 1987 CBS • Southern Star Productions
• Hanna-Barbera Australia
• Clubhouse Pictures (season 1)
• Atlantic/Kushner-Locke (season 2)
TV-Y7 Traditional
The Real Ghostbusters 7 seasons, 140 episodes September 13, 1986 – October 5, 1991 ABC
• Syndicated
DIC Enterprises
• Columbia Pictures Television
TV-Y7 Traditional
Wildfire • Animation
• Adventure
• Drama
• Fantasy
Sci-fi
13 episodes September 13, 1986 – December 13, 1986 CBS Hanna-Barbera Productions N/A Traditional
My Little Pony 2 seasons, 65 episodes September 15, 1986 – September 25, 1987 Syndication Hasbro
• Toei Animation
• AKOM
• Sunbow Productions
• Marvel Productions
TV-Y Traditional
Dennis the Menace 2 seasons, 78 episodes September 22, 1986 – March 26, 1988 • Syndication (1986-1987)
CBS (1988)
DIC Animation City
• Crawleys Animation (Season 2 only)
TV-G Traditional
Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series 1 season, 13 episodes Jim Henson September 12, 1987 – December 5, 1987 NBC • Marvel Productions
Jim Henson Productions
TV-Y Traditional
The New Archies Sitcom 1 season, 13 episodes September 12, 1987 – December 5, 1987 NBC DIC Animation City
Archie Comics
Saban Productions
TV-Y Traditional
DuckTales • Action/Adventure
• Comedy
4 seasons, 100 episodes September 18, 1987 – November 28, 1990 Syndication Walt Disney Television
Walt Disney Television Animation
TV-G Traditional
Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures • Action
Adventure
Comedy
2 seasons, 19 episodes September 19, 1987 – October 22, 1988 CBS
Nickelodeon
Fox Kids
• Bakshi-Hyde Ventures
• Terrytoons
TV-Y7 Traditional
Popeye and Son Sitcom
Comedy
13 episodes September 19, 1987 – December 12, 1987 CBS Hanna-Barbera Productions
• King Features Entertainment
TV-Y Traditional
Little Clowns of Happytown Children 1 season, 18 episodes September 26, 1987 – July 16, 1988 ABC • Murakami Wolf Swenson
• Marvel Productions
TV-Y Traditional
ALF: The Animated Series 2 seasons, 26 episodes Paul Fusco
• Tom Patchett
September 26, 1987 – January 7, 1989 NBC DIC Animation City
Saban Entertainment
• Alien Productions
TV-Y Traditional
Little Wizards 1 season, 18 episodes • Len Janson
• Chuck Menville
September 26, 1987 – 1988 ABC Marvel Productions N/A Traditional
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles • Action-adventure
• Martial arts
• Superhero
• Comedy (seasons 1–7)
• Drama (seasons 8–10)
10 seasons, 193 episodes December 14, 1987 – November 2, 1996 • Syndication (1987–90)
CBS (1990–96)
• Murakami-Wolf-Swenson (1987–91, seasons 1–5)
• IDDH
• Fred Wolf Films (1992–96, seasons 6–10)
Mirage Studios
• Surge Licensing
• Toei Animation (1987–89, seasons 1–3)
Group W Productions (1987–95, seasons 1–9)
• King World Productions
TV-Y7 Traditional
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh • Children's television series
Educational
4 seasons, 50 episodes January 17, 1988 – October 26, 1991 The Disney Channel (January 17 – April 10, 1988)
ABC (November 12, 1988 – October 26, 1991)
Walt Disney Television Animation TV-Y Traditional
A Pup Named Scooby-Doo Mystery
• Comedy horror
• Self-parody
4 seasons, 27 episodes September 10, 1988 – August 17, 1991 ABC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-G Traditional
ALF Tales 2 seasons, 21 episodes Paul Fusco
• Tom Patchett
September 10, 1988 – December 9, 1989 NBC DIC Animation City
Saban Entertainment
• Alien Productions
TV-Y Traditional
The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley Animation/Live-action
Comedy
Satire
1 season, 13 episodes September 10, 1988 – December 3, 1988 NBC Hanna-Barbera Productions
• SEPP International S.A.
TV-Y7 Traditional
The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil Animation 1 season, 5 episodes John Kricfalusi September 10, 1988 – October 29, 1988 ABC DIC Animation City
• Bob Clampett Productions
• Spümcø
N/A Traditional
Garfield and Friends Comedy 7 seasons, 121 episodes Jim Davis September 17, 1988 – December 10, 1994 CBS • Film Roman Productions
• United Media Productions (Seasons 1–6)
TV-G Traditional
The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy • Children
• Adventure
Fantasy
13 episodes 17 September 1988 – 1 September 1990 CBS CBS Entertainment Productions N/A Traditional
Superman • Action
Adventure
• Superhero
1 season, 13 episodes September 17, 1988 – December 10, 1988 CBS • Ruby-Spears Enterprises
DC Comics
• Toei Animation
• Daiwon Animation
N/A Traditional
Captain N: The Game Master • Action
• Adventure
• Comedy
3 seasons, 34 episodes September 9, 1989 – October 26, 1991 NBC DIC Animation City
Saban Entertainment (season 1 only)
TV-Y7 Traditional
The Karate Kid 1 season, 13 episodes September 9, 1989 – December 16, 1989 NBC DIC Animation City
Saban Entertainment
• Columbia Pictures Television
TV-Y7 Traditional
Dink, the Little Dinosaur 2 seasons, 21 episodes September 16, 1989 – November 3, 1990 CBS Ruby-Spears Enterprises TV-Y Traditional
Rude Dog and the Dweebs 1 season, 13 episodes 16 September 1989 – 16 December 1989 CBS • Marvel Productions
• New World Television
• Just for Kids
• Sun Sportswear
TV-Y Traditional
The California Raisin Show 1 season, 13 episodes Will Vinton September 16, 1989 – December 9, 1989 CBS N/A Traditional

United Kingdom

Title Genre Seasons/episodes Show creator(s) Original release Network Studio Technique
Postman Pat • Children's
Animated television series
8 seasons, 184 episodes John Cunliffe • Original series: 16 September 1981 – 20 March 2006
• Special Delivery Service: 29 September 2008 – 29 March 2017
BBC One (1981 - 2002)
BBC Two (2008 - 2014)
CBeebies (2002 - 2017)
CBBC (1985 - 2008)
Qubo (2008 - 2015)
PBS Kids (1999 - 2006)
Nick Jr. (2018 - present)
Tiny Pop (2016 - present)
• Woodland Animations (1981–1996)
Entertainment Rights (2003–2008)
Cosgrove Hall Films (2003–2008)
Classic Media (2013)
• Mackinnon and Saunders (2013–2017)
DreamWorks Classic Productions (2015–2017)
Stop-motion
Thomas & Friends Animated series 24 seasons, 578 episodes Britt Allcroft 9 October 1984 – present ITV/ITV1 (Series 1-3)
• Direct-to-video (Series 4-5)
Nick Jr. (Series 6-11)
• Channel 5 (Series 9-present)
• Clearwater Features (1984–1986)
Britt Allcroft Ltd./Britt Allcroft (Thomas) Ltd. (1984–1986)
The Britt Allcroft Company/Gullane Entertainment (1991–2002)
• HIT Entertainment (2003–2016)
Mattel Creations (2017–present)
Stop-motion (Seasons 1-12)/CGI (Seasons 12-present)

Co-productions

Title Genre Seasons/episodes Show creator(s) Original release Network Studio Technique
Drak Pack Adventure 16 episodes September 6, 1980 – December 20, 1980 CBS Hanna-Barbera Pty. Ltd. Traditional
The Kwicky Koala Show • Animation
• Comedy
16 episodes Tex Avery September 12, 1981 – September 11, 1982 CBS Hanna-Barbera Productions
• Hanna-Barbera Pty. Ltd.
Traditional
The Smurfs Adventure
Fantasy
Comedy
9 seasons, 256 episodes Pierre "Peyo" Culliford September 12, 1981 – December 2, 1989 NBC Hanna-Barbera Productions
• SEPP International S.A. (season 1–7)
• Lafig S.A. (Season 8–9)
Traditional
The Littles 3 seasons, 29 episodes John Peterson
• Jim Schumann
September 10, 1983 – November 2, 1985 • United States: ABC
• France: Canal+ (Season 1), TF1 (Seasons 2-3)
Hanna-Barbera Productions Traditional
Inspector Gadget • Science fiction
Comedy
2 seasons, 85 episodes • Bruno Bianchi
• Andy Heyward
• Jean Chalopin
September 12, 1983 – February 1, 1986 First-run syndication DIC Audiovisuel
• Cuckoo's Nest Studios
• LBS
Nelvana (season 1)
• Field Communications (season 1)
• TMS (season 1)
Traditional
The Get Along Gang 13 episodes Those Characters from Cleveland May 6, 1984 – December 8, 1984 Nickelodeon (pilot)
CBS (TV series)
DIC Audiovisuel
Nelvana (pilot episode)
Traditional
Mighty Orbots Adventure
Comedy
Mecha
13 episodes Barry Glasser September 8, 1984 – December 15, 1984 ABC Traditional
Snorks • Adventure
• Fantasy
• Comedy
• Sci-fi
4 seasons, 65 episodes Nic Broca September 15, 1984 – May 13, 1989 NBC (1982, 1984–1986)
• Syndication (1987–1989)
Traditional
Star Wars: Droids 1 season, 13 episodes September 7, 1985 – June 7, 1986 ABC Nelvana
Lucasfilm
20th Century Fox Television
Traditional
Ewoks 2 seasons, 26 episodes September 9, 1985 – September 29, 1989 ABC Nelvana
Lucasfilm
• Wang Film Productions
20th Century Fox Television
Traditional
My Pet Monster 1 season, 13 episodes September 12, 1987 – December 19, 1987 ABC Nelvana
• Those Characters From Cleveland
• Telefilm Canada
Traditional
The Berenstain Bears • Children's series
Comedy
2 seasons, 52 episodes September 14, 1985 – September 5, 1987 CBS • Southern Star Productions
• Hanna-Barbera Australia
Traditional
Care Bears 4 seasons, 60 episodes • Linda Denham
• Elena Kucharik
September 14, 1985 – December 25, 1988 • DIC series: Syndication
• Nelvana series: Global Television Network (Canada)
ABC (United States)
• Atkinson Film-Arts (1983 and 1984 pilot/specials)
DIC Audiovisuel (1985)
Nelvana (1986–1988)
Traditional
Galaxy High 13 episodes Chris Columbus September 13, 1986 – December 6, 1986 CBS TMS Entertainment Traditional
Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater • Comedy
• Family
• Adventure
• Fantasy
1 season, 13 episodes Sanrio September 19, 1987 – December 12, 1987 CBS DIC Enterprises
• Toei Animation
Traditional
Beetlejuice 4 seasons, 94 episodes Tim Burton September 9, 1989 – December 6, 1991 ABC Nelvana Limited
• The Geffen Film Company
Warner Bros. Television
• Tim Burton Inc.
Traditional
Camp Candy Animated series 3 seasons, 40 episodes • Joel Andryc
• Ellen Levy
• Phil Harnage
September 9, 1989 – Fall 1992 NBC (1989–90)
• Syndication (1991-1992)
DIC Animation City
Saban Entertainment
Traditional
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