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Hanna Barbera


Just a small presentation on History of Hanna and Barbera.

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  • 1. Hanna-Barbera
  • 2. William Hanna (1910- 2001)
    Joseph Barbera (1911-2006)
  • 3.
    • Concept behind their cartoons:
    • 4. Joseph Barbera and William Hanna set out to unseat Walt Disney as
    the premiere producer of cartoons and children's entertainment. In
    fact, the pair did manage to upstage Mickey Mouse with the creation
    of the cat and mouse cartoon characters, Tom and Jerry, in 1940.
    • Joe Barbera modeled Tom and Jerry cartoons on the chase scenes featured in the great silent films of Charles Chaplin.
    • 5. The Hanna-Barbera cartoons differed from those of Disney in exclusively mining contemporary American life for their ideas, permeating the popular culture with images that reflected it in cartoon form.
    • Process Of Animation:
    • Company was Originally formed in 1939 by MGM
    Their first project was a cartoon entitled Puss Gets the Boot (1940),
    It served as the genesis of the popular Tom and Jerry cartoon series.
  • 6.
    • This episode won an Academy award.
    • MGM was shutdown in 1957.
    • 7. Hanna Barbera opened their own company, named Hanna- Barbera
    Productionsin 1959.
  • 8.
    • During the early and mid-1960s, the studio debuted several new
    successful programs, such as:
  • 9.
    • In 1991, the company was purchased by Turner Broadcasting System.
    • In 1996, TBS owner Ted Turner merged with Time Warner.
    • With Bill Hanna's death in 2001, Hanna-Barbera was absorbed into Warner Bros. Animation
    • 10. And Barbera Died in 2006.