Some of our best monster memories come from Saturday morning cartoons. Here is a brief history of cartoon creations by Hanna-Barbera.
One of the America’s favorite comedy duos are coming back to the big screen and in a big way. Tell us what you think of the new “Tom and Jerry” movie trailer.
It was on this day that one of the most iconic of all of the Hanna-Barbera cartoons debuted on TV.
Samantha’s nose began to twitch when “Bewitched” first appeared on TV on this day. America also crowned its first black Miss America too.
Whatever happened to the soldier who won Jesus’ robe after He died? The story was turned into a movie released on this day in CinemaScope.
Did you know that Scooby-Doo once went by the name of “Too Much?” His first show began airing on the same day as The Outer Limits on this day in pop culture history.
The lesser-known but often fan-favorite cartoon, “Hong Kong Phooey” by Hanna-Barbera debuted on this day in pop culture history.
1941: Tom and Jerry Appear as Themselves In the 1930’s, MGM’s animated unit created a series of cartoons based on the Captain and the Kids comic strip. The results were … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for July 19
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