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Classic TV on DVD- The Lists: Animated Series, Children's shows

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    The following is a list of all animated programs as well as non-animated children's shows from the 1930's (theatrical shorts) up to the 1990's, that have been released on DVD in Region 1. The list is organized by studio, major production companies followed by the smaller, independent studios. Here is the first part of the list, the major studios:

    COLUMBIA PICTURES

    (UPA)
    The Dick Tracy Show (All 130 cartoons, Classic Media)
    Jolly Frolics (All 38 theatrical cartoons, TCM Vault Collection)
    Mr. Magoo (1950) (All 53 theatrical cartoons, Shout! Factory)
    The Mr. Magoo Show
    (1960) (All 131 cartoons, Classic Media** / Shout! Factory)
    The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo (1964) (All 26 episodes, Shout! Factory)


    FILMATION

    The Adventures of Aquaman (All 36 cartoons, Warner Bros.)
    The Adventures of Batman (All 34 cartoons, Warner Bros.)
    The Adventures of Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (1984) (All 50 episodes, Shout! Factory)
    The Archie Show (All 17 episodes, Classic Media)**
    Archie's Funhouse (All 16 episodes, Classic Media)**
    Blackstar (All 13 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    The Brady Kids (All 22 episodes, Paramount)
    BraveStarr (All 65 episodes, BCI Eclipse ** / Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (1972) (Ep. 1-24 of 36, Urban Works** / All 36 episodes, Shout! Factory)
    Ghostbusters (All 65 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    Gilligan's Planet (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Groovie Goolies (All 16 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Both seasons, BCI Eclipse** / Mill Creek Entertainment)**
    Mission: Magic! (All 16 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    The New Adventures of Batman (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    The New Adventures of Flash Gordon (All 32 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    The New Adventures of Gilligan (All 24 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The New Adventures of The Lone Ranger and Zorro (All 39 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    The New Adventures of Superman (All 3 seasons, Warner Bros.)
    The New Fat Albert Show (1979) (All 24 episodes, Shout! Factory)
    Sabrina The Teenage Witch (All 31 episodes, Classic Media)
    She-Ra, Princess of Power (Both seasons, BCI Eclipse)** / Classic Media)
    Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle (Season 1 of 4, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Space Sentinels (All 13 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    Star Trek: The Animated Series (All 22 episodes, Paramount)


    HANNA-BARBERA

    The Addams Family (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The All-New Superfriends Hour
    (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Atom Ant Show
    (All 26 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Birdman and the Galaxy Trio
    (All 20 episodes, Warner Bros.** / Warner Archive) MOD
    The Biskitts (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels (All 40 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Challenge of the GoBots (All 65 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Clue Club (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Dastardly and Muttley and Their Flying Machines (All 17 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Devlin (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Dinky Dog (All 16 episodes, VEI)**
    Drak Pack (All 16 episodes, VEI)**
    Dumb and Dumber (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Dukes (All 20 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Flintstone Kids (Best-of, Warner Bros.)
    The Flintstones (All 6 seasons, Warner Bros.)
    Frankenstein Jr. and The Impossibles (All 17 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Funky Phantom (All 17 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Galtar and the Golden Lance (All 21 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Godzilla (Season 1 of 2- three volumes, Classic Media)**
    Goober and the Ghost Chasers (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Help! Its the Hair Bear Bunch (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Herculoids (1967) (All 18 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Hong Kong Phooey (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    The Huckleberry Hound Show (Season 1 of 4, Warner Bros.)
    Inch High, Private Eye (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Jabberjaw (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Jetsons (1962) (All 24 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    The Jetsons (1985) (All 51 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Jonny Quest (1964) (All 26 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Jonny Quest (1986) (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Josie and the Pussycats (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Kwicky Koala Show (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Laff-A-Lympics (8 of 24 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Loopy De Loop (All 48 cartoon shorts, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Magilla Gorilla Show (All 31 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Moby Dick and Mighty Mightor (All 18 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Monchhichis (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (All 20 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The New Scooby-Doo Movies (15 of 24 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Pac-Man (Both seasons, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show (All 20 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    The Perils of Penelope Pitstop (All 17 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    The Peter Potamus Show (All 27 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Pirates of Dark Water (All 21 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    A Pup Named Scooby-Doo (All 4 seasons, Warner Bros.)
    The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (Both seasons, Warner Bros.) (S1, V2 & S2- MOD)
    The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show (7 of 21 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Scooby-Doo and Scrabby-Doo (1979) (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? (All 3 seasons, Warner Bros.)
    The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Sealab 2020 (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Secret Squirrel Show (All 26 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Shazzan (All 36 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Shirt Tales (All 45 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Sky Commanders (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Smurfs (Season 1 of 9, Warner Bros.)
    Snorks (All 4 seasons, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Space Ghost and Dino Boy (All 20 episodes, Warner Bros.** / Warner Archive) MOD
    Speed Buggy (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Super Friends (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    The Space Kidettes and Young Samson (All 20 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Super Globetrotters (All 13 episodes,Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (All 8 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Top Cat (All 30 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Valley of The Dinosaurs (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Wacky Races (All 34 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Wait Till Your Father Gets Home (Season 1 of 3, Warner Bros.)
    Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Where's Huddles? (All 10 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Yogi Bear Show (All 33 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Yogi's Gang (All 16 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD


    MGM

    All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series (All 3 seasons, TGG Direct)**
    Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures (16 of 21 episodes, TGG Direct)**
    Droopy (1943) (All 24 theatrical shorts, Warner Bros.)
    Tom & Jerry (1940) (37 of 114 theatrical shorts, Warner Bros.)

    **- Release has been discontinued and is out of print
    MOD- Manufacture-on-Demand release
    - Some episodes have been omitted due to music rights
     
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    PARAMOUNT PICTURES

    Famous Studios

    Casper, The Friendly Ghost (1950) (All 55 theatrical shorts, Shout! Factory)
    The New Casper Cartoon Show (1962) (All 26 episodes, Shout! Factory)

    Fleisher Studios
    Betty Boop (1932) [89 Theatrical shorts] (Best-of, Echo Bridge Home Entertainment)**

    Fleisher Studios/Famous Studios
    Popeye the Sailor (1933-1957) (124 of 231 theatrical shorts, Warner Bros.)


    UNIVERSAL STUDIOS


    Back to the Future: The Animated Series (All 26 episodes, Universal)
    Casper (1996) (Best-of, Universal)

    Walter Lanz
    Andy Panda (10 of 24 theatrical cartoons on Woody Woodpecker collections, Universal)
    Chilly Willy (10 of 50 theatrical cartoons on Woody Woodpecker collections, Universal)
    Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (10 of 142 theatrical cartoons on Woody Woodpecker collections, Universal)
    Woody Woodpecker (1941) (90 of 195 theatrical cartoons- 2 volumes, Universal)


    WARNER BROS.

    Looney Tunes [494 Theatrical cartoons] (Best-of- various shorts on Looney Tunes Golden Collections, Warner Bros.)
    Merrie Melodies [517 Theatrical cartoons] (Best-of- various shorts on Looney Tunes Golden Collections, Warner Bros.)
    Animaniacs (All 99 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Baby Looney Tunes (Best-of- 4 volumes, Warner Bros.)
    Batman: The Animated Series (All 85 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    The New Batman Adventures (All 24 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Freakazoid! (All 24 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Pinky and the Brain (All 65 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Superman: The Animated Series (All 54 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Tiny Toon Adventures (All 3 seasons, Warner Bros.)
    Tom & Jerry (Gene Deitch-era) (All 34 theatrical shorts, Warner Bros.)
    Tom & Jerry (Chuck Jones-era) (All 13 theatrical shorts, Warner Bros.)


    WALT DISNEY

    Donald Duck (All 127 theatrical cartoons- 4 volumes, Walt Disney Treasures)
    Figaro (All 3 theatrical cartoons, Walt Disney Treasures
    )♠
    Goofy (46 of 49 theatrical cartoons, Walt Disney Treasures)
    Mickey Mouse (All 123 theatrical cartoons- 4 volumes, Walt Disney Treasures)
    Pluto (All 47 theatrical cartoons- 2 volumes, Walt Disney Treasures)
    Silly Symphonies (All 75 theatrical cartoons- 2 volumes, Walt Disney Treasures)

    Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Seasons 1-3 of 6, Disney)
    Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (Ep. 1-51 of 65- two volumes, Disney
    )
    Darkwing Duck (Ep. 1-54 of 91- two volumes, Disney)
    DuckTales (Ep. 1-75 of 100- three volumes, Disney)
    Gargoyles (Seasons 1&2 of 3, Disney)
    Goof Troop (Ep. 1-54 of 78- two volumes, Disney)
    Schoohouse Rock! (51 of 52 episodes- 30th Anniversary Collection, Disney)
    TaleSpin (All 65 episodes, Disney)


    OTHER

    20TH CENTURY FOX TELEVISION

    Family Guy (Seasons 1-14 of 15, FOX)
    Futurama (All 124 episodes + 4 Movies, FOX)
    King of the Hill (All 13 seasons, S1-6- FOX
    , S7-13- Olive Films)
    The Simpsons (Seasons 1- 17, 20 of 27, FOX)


    ADELAIDE PRODUCTIONS

    Godzilla: The Series (All 40 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Jumanji (All 40 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)



    BAKSHI-HYDE VENTURES

    Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures (All 19 episodes, Paramount)


    BOB CLAMPETT PRODUCTIONS

    Beany & Cecil (Best of- 2 volumes, Image Entertainment** / Hen's Tooth)


    CAMBRIA PRODUCTIONS

    Clutch Cargo (All 52 episodes, BCI Eclipse)
    **
    The New Three Stooges (All 156 shorts, Madacy Entertainment)


    CBS PRODUCTIONS

    The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy (All 13 episodes, New Video Group)
    Garbage Pail Kids (All 13 episodes, Paramount)



    CINAR

    [​IMG] A Bunch of Munsch (All 13 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    [​IMG] The Adventures of Paddington Bear (1997) (Best-of, Time-Life)
    Madeline (1988) (All 6 specials, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    [​IMG] The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures (26 of 52 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    [​IMG] The Legend of White Fang (All 26 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)**


    CLOKEY PRODUCTIONS

    Davey & Goliath (All 65 episodes, Bridgestone Multimedia Group) MOD
    The Gumby Show (Complete 50s series- 43 cartoons, NCircle Entertainment)
    The Gumby Show (1960) (84 of 87 cartoons, NCircle Entertainment)


    COMEDY CENTRAL PRODUCTIONS

    South Park (Seasons 1-18 of 19, Paramount)


    COSGROVE HALL FILM STUDIOS

    Danger Mouse (All 89 episodes, A&E Home Video)**


    DePATIE-FRELANG ENTERPRISES

    The Ant and the Aardvark (1969) (All 17 theatrical cartoons, MGM** / Kino Lorber)
    The Blue Racer (All 17 theatrical cartoons, Kino Lorber)
    Crazylegs Crane (All 16 episodes, Kino Lorber)
    The Fantastic Four (1978) (Best-of, Morningstar Entertainment)**
    The Inspector (All 34 theatrical cartoons, MGM**/ Kino Lorber)
    The Oddball Couple (All 16 episodes, CBS DVD) MOD
    Pink Panther (1964) (All 92 Theatrical cartoons + 32 TV cartoons, MGM** / 20 of 124 shorts, Kino Lorber)
    Roland and Ratfink (All 17 theatrical cartoons, Kino Lorber)
    Sheriff Hoot Kloot (All 17 theatrical cartoons, Kino Lorber)
    Tijuana Toads (All 17 theatrical cartoons, Kino Lorber)
    What's New, Mister Magoo? (All 26 episodes, Shout! Factory)


    **- Release has been discontinued and is out of print
    - Release contains music edits
    MOD - Manufacture-on-Demand release

    ♠- Included in the Pluto sets
     
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    DiC ENTERTAINMENT

    Action Man (1995) (All 26 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (All 65 episodes, Shout! Factory** / NCircle Entertainment)
    Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin (All 65 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment** / Image Entertainment)
    ALF (Best-of, Lionsgate)
    ALF Tales (Best-of, Lionsgate)
    Archie's Weird Mysteries (All 40 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Beverly Hills Teens (All 65 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Bump in the Night (All 65 episodes, Shout! Factory** / Mill Creek Entertainment)
    C.O.P.S. (43 of 65 episodes, Shout! Factory** / All 65 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 (All 26 episodes, Shout! Factory** / NCircle Entertainment)
    Captain N and the New Super Mario World (All 13 episodes, Shout! Factory** / NCircle Entertainment)
    Captain N The Game Master (All 26 episodes, Shout! Factory)**
    Care Bears (1985) (All 11 episodes, FOX** / Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Dennis the Menace (All 78 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    The Get Along Gang (10 of 13 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats (24 of 86 episodes, Shout! Factory** / All 86 episodes, Mill Creek
    Inspector Gadget (22 of 86 episodes, Shout! Factory** / All 86 episodes, New Video Group)
    Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors (33 of 65 episodes, Shout! Factory** / All 65 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    The Legend of Zelda (All 13 episodes, Shout! Factory** / NCircle Entertainment)
    The Littles (All 29 episodes, S'More Entertainment** / Mill Creek)
    M.A.S.K. (All 65 episodes, Shout! Factory)
    Madeline (1993) (All 33 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Maxie's World (All 32 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    The New Adventures of Madeline (All 26 episodes, Mill Creek)
    Pole Position (All 13 episodes, Exposure Entertainment** / Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Rainbow Brite (All 13 episodes, Hallmark)
    The Real Ghostbusters (All 140 episodes, Time-Life** / 101 of 140 episodes, Sony)
    Sonic the Hedgehog (All 26 episodes, Shout! Factory)**
    Sonic Underground (All 40 episodes, Shout! Factory** / 20 of 40 episodes, NCircle Entertainment)
    Starcom: The U.S. Space Force (All 13 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Stargate: Infinity (All 26 episodes, Shout! Factory)**
    Street Sharks (All 40 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad (All 53 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    The Super Mario Brothers Super Show (All 48 episodes, Shout! Factory** / NCircle Entertainment)
    Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? (All 40 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Wish Kid (All 13 episodes, Mill Creek Entertainment)


    FILM ROMAN

    Bobby's World (All 7 seasons, Moonscoop) MOD
    The Critic
    (All 23 episodes, Sony Pictures)
    Garfield and Friends (All 7 seasons, FOX)**


    FUNBAG ANIMATION

    [​IMG] For Better or For Worse (All 16 episodes, Koch International)**


    GAMES ANIMATION

    Hey Arnold! (All 5 seasons, Shout! Factory)
    Rocko's Modern Life (All 4 seasons, Shout! Factory)


    GILLIS-WISEMAN PRODUCTIONS

    [​IMG] The Racoons (Best-of, Morningstar Entertainment)**


    GRANTRAY-LAWRENCE ANIMATION

    Spider-Man (1967) (All 52 episodes, Disney)**


    HEARST ENTERTAINMENT

    The Legend of Prince Valiant (All 65 episodes, BCI Eclipse** / Mill Creek Entertainment)


    HERO ENTERTAINMENT

    Roger Ramjet (149 of 156 episodes, 30 eps.- Image Entertainment** / 119 eps.- Classic Media)


    JAMBRE-GALLERIE

    The Adventures of the Little Prince (All 26 episodes, Koch Vision)**


    JETLAG PRODUCTIONS

    The New Adventures of He-Man (All 65 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    Conan: The Adventurer (Eps. 1-39 of 65, Shout! Factory)


    JUMBO PICTURES- Nickelodeon

    Doug (All 52 episodes, Nickelodeon) MOD


    KING FEATURES SYNDICATE STUDIOS

    Beetle Bailey (All 50 cartoons, BCI Eclipse** / Madacy Entertainment)
    Cool McCool (All 20 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    Popeye (1960) (72 of 220 episodes, Warner Bros.)


    KLASKY CSUPO

    Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (All 4 seasons, Shout! Factory)
    Duckman (All 4 seasons, Paramount)
    The Wild Thornberrys
    (All 5 seasons, Shout! Factory)
    Rocket Power (All 4 seasons, Nickelodeon) MOD
    Rugrats
    (All 9 seasons, Nickelodeon (MOD) / Seasons 1&2 of 9, Paramount)


    LEE MENDELSON-BILL MELENDEZ PRODUCTIONS

    Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show (All 18 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Peanuts Specials(36 of 44 specials- 1960's & 1970s complete collections, various single volume releases, Warner Bros.)


    MAINFRAME ENTERTAINMENT

    Beast Wars: Transformers (All 3 seasons, Rhino** / Shout! Factory)
    [​IMG] ReBoot (All 4 seasons, Shout! Factory)


    MARVEL PRODUCTIONS

    Defenders of the Earth (All 65 episodes, BCI Eclipse** / Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Dungeons & Dragons (1983) (All 27 episodes, BCI Eclipse** / Mill Creek Entertainment)
    Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series (All 13 episodes, Lionsgate)**
    G.I. Joe (1989) (Both seasons, Shout! Factory)
    The Incredible Hulk (1996) (Best-of, Disney)**
    Inhumanoids (9 of 13 episodes- 2 volumes, Rhino)**
    Spider-Man: The Animated Series (Best-of- various single volume releases, Disney)


    MIKE YOUNG PRODUCTIONS


    He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
    (2002) (All 40 episodes, BCI Eclipse** / Mill Creek Entertainment**)


    MURAKAMI-WOLF-SWENSON

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) (All 10 seasons, Lionsgate)
    The California Raisins Show (All 13 episodes, Hen's Tooth Video)


    MUSHI PRODUCTIONS

    Astro Boy (1963) (All 104 episodes- 2 Volumes, Right Stuf)


    NELVANA

    [​IMG] The Adventures of Tin Tin (All 3 seasons, Shout! Factory)
    [​IMG] Babar (1989) (Season 1 of 6, Entertainment One)
    [​IMG] Beetlejuice (All 4 seasons, Shout! Factory)
    [​IMG] Bob and Margaret (Seasons 1&2 of 4, Phase 4 Films)**
    The Berenstain Bears (2003) (Best-of- 5 single volume releases, Sony Pictures)
    [​IMG] The Care Bears Family (All 46 episodes, Lionsgate)
    [​IMG] The Care Bears Family Storybook (All 18 episodes, Lionsgate)
    Droids: The Adventures of R2-D2 and C3PO (Best-of, FOX)**
    Ewoks (Best-of, FOX)**
    [​IMG] Little Bear (Best-of- various single volume releases, Paramount)
    The Magic School Bus (All 52 episodes, New Video Group)
    My Pet Monster (All 16 episodes, Phase 4 Films)
    [​IMG] Pippi Longstocking (24 of 26 episodes - 6 single volume releases, Phase 4 Films)
    Sam & Max: Freelance Police (All 24 episodes, Shout! Factory)
    Tales from the Cryptkeeper (Seasons 1&2 of 3, Phase 4 Films)**


    NICKELODEON ANIMATION STUDIO

    The Angry Beavers (All 4 seasons, Shout! Factory)
    CatDog (All 4 seasons, Shout! Factory)
    The Ren & Stimpy Show (All 4 seasons, Paramount)


    PRIMAVISION PRODUCTIONS

    The New Adventures of Gumby [97 cartoons] (Best-of - 2 volumes, Rhino)**


    RANKIN BASS

    Festival of Family Classics (12 of 20 episodes, Classic Media)
    Jackson 5ive (All 23 episodes, Classic Media)
    The King Kong Show (Best-of - 2 volumes, Sony Wonder)**
    SilverHawks (All 65 episodes - 2 volumes, Warner Bros.) (MOD- vol.2)
    ThunderCats (All 4 seasons, Warner Bros.)

    ♪- Release contain music edits
    **- Release has been discontinued and is now out of print
    CS - Complete series release
    MOD - Manufacture-on-Demand release[/B][/B]
     
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    RUBY-SPEARS PRODUCTIONS

    Alvin and the Chipmunks (Various single disc releases, Paramount, Bagdasarian Productions)
    The Centurions (All 65 episodes, Warner Bros.MOD
    Dink, the Little Dinosaur (All 21 episodes, Warner Bros.
    ) MOD
    Dragon's Lair
    (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Heathcliff and Dingbat
    (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    It's Punky Brewster (41 of 42 episodes, Shout! Factory)♦
    Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos (All 5 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Mr. T
    (Season 1 of 3, Warner Bros.) MOD
    The Plastic Man Comedy-Adventure Show (All 19 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Police Academy: The Animated Series (Eps. 1-30 of 65, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Rambo (All 65 episodes, Lionsgate)
    Superman (1988) (All 13 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Thundarr The Barbarian (All 21 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD


    SABAN ENTERTAINMENT

    X-Men (1992) (All 76 episodes- 5 volumes, Disney)


    HAL SEEGER

    Batfink (All 100 episodes, Shout! Factory)**


    PAT SULLIVAN CARTOON STUDIOS

    Felix the Cat (Best-of, Various distributors)


    SUNBOW PRODUCTIONS

    G.I. Joe (1983) (1.5 of 2 seasons, Rhino** / Both seasons, Shout! Factory)
    Jem (2.5 of 3 seasons, Rhino** / All 3 seasons, Shout! Factory)
    My Little Pony (All 65 episodes, Rhino** / Shout! Factory)
    My Little Pony Tales (All 26 episodes, Shout! Factory)
    Transformers (1984) (All 4 seasons, Rhino** / Shout! Factory)


    TELE-CARTOON JAPAN

    Gigantor (All 52 episodes, Rhino** / E1 Entertainment)


    TEZUKA PRODUCTIONS

    Astro Boy (1980) (All 51 episodes, Manga Entertainment)**


    TŌEI ANIMATION COMPANY

    Voltron (All 124 episodes, Media Blasters)**


    TOTAL TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS

    Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales (All 70 episodes, Shout! Factory)
    Underdog (All 124 episodes, Shout! Factory)


    TRANS-LUX PRODUCTIONS

    Felix the Cat (1958) (All 126 episodes, Classic Media)
    The Mighty Hercules [128 shorts] (Best-of, Classic Media)
    Speed Racer (1967) (All 52 episodes, Lionsgate)


    JAY WARD PRODUCTIONS

    George of the Jungle (All 17 episodes, Classic Media)
    Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties (15 of 39 episodes - 1 volume, Classic Media) *All 39 episodes available via Rocky & Bullwinkle sets*
    Rocky and Bullwinkle (All 5 seasons, Classic Media)


    WILLIAMS STREET STUDIOS

    Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law (All 32 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Sealab 2021 (All 53 episodes, Warner Bros.)
    Space Ghost Coast-to-Coast (81 of 110 episodes- 5 Volumes, Warner Bros.)


    WORLD EVENTS PRODUCTIONS

    Denver, the Last Dinosaur (All 52 episodes, VCI Entertainment)


    NON-ANIMATED

    Ark II (All 15 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    Electric company (Best-of- 2 volumes, Shout! Factory)
    [​IMG] Fraggle Rock (All 5 seasons, HIT Entertainment** / Lionsgate** / Giam Vivendi Entertainment)
    Hero High (All 26 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    Jason of Star Command (All 28 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (All 3 seasons, Shout! Factory)
    New Zoo Revue (Season 1 of 5, BCI Eclipse)**
    The Muppet Show (Seasons 1-3 of 5, Disney)♪
    Pee-wee's Playhouse (All 45 episodes, Image Entertainment** / Shout! Factory)
    Seasame Street (Best-of- 3 Old School Collections (1969-1984), Volumes 1&2- Genius Products / Volume 3- Warner Bros.)
    Shazam! (All 28 episodes, Warner Bros.) MOD
    Space Academy
    (All 15 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    The Secrets of Isis (All 22 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**
    The Ghost Busters (All 15 episodes, BCI Eclipse)**


    ♪- Release contain music edits
    **- Release has been discontinued and is now out of print
    MOD - Manufacture-on-Demand release

    ♦- Available via Punky Brewster season sets
     
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    There are a few other anime shows that got shown in the U.S., including "Astro Boy," "Kimba the White Lion," "Marine Boy," and "Princess Knight" that have gotten DVD releases in the U.S. "Astro Boy" may not be complete, but it's close. I think they couldn't find a few episodes.

    Also, "Star Blazers" got released on DVD in English. And "Robotech."
     
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    As most of you know, These two gems are my "Holiest Grails". Expect a shock wave of BIBLICAL proportions originating from my house in Florida if these ever get a DVD release! :laugh: :rolling-smiley:
     
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    This list excludes adult animated sitcoms, I presume (The Simpsons, King of the Hill, etc)?

    A few live-action kids' programs missing include Kenan and Kel (Nickelodeon, MOD, 1990s), Clarissa Explains it All (Nickelodeon, 1990s) and The Adventures of Pete and Pete (Nickelodeon, 1990s)
     
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    A lot of the late 60s through early 80s live action stuff is missing too: most of the Krofft shows have been released, the Filmation ones (Ark II, Shazam, etc...), the PBS ones like the Electric Company, the Hanna Barbera ones (Korg, Benji, Zax and the Alien Prince), the ABC Afterschool Specials, as well as Lancelot Link, the Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show, Monster Squad, Red Hand Gang, and Big John, Little John.
     
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    Nice list.
    A couple of Hanna Barbera updates, both of these are available from Warner Archive and both on pressed discs:
    The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan
    Help! Its'the Hair Bear Bunch
     
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    I couldn't find in your list the HB CB Bears episodes.

    Do you know if the studios intend to release any episode from this series or all of it on DVD/Blue ray?
     
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    I wish Cosgrove Hall would get off their duffs and release their "Wind in The Willows" series. That one was a hundred times better than "Danger Mouse"
     
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    A few major things to add--

    Bob Clampett Productions:

    Beany & Cecil (2 volumes of 'Best of' collections of the cartoons and the live-action puppet version/Image Entertainment** and Hen's Tooth)

    Disney:

    Donald Duck (Disney Treasures, 4 vols of theatrical cartoons)
    Goofy (Disney Treasures, single vol. of 46 theatrical cartoons)
    Mickey Mouse (Disney Treasures, 4 vols of theatrical cartoons)
    Pluto (Disney Treasures, 2 vols of theatrical cartoons)
    Silly Symphonies (Disney Treasures, 2 vols of theatrical cartoons)

    Misc:

    Astro Boy (Complete b&w original series in 2 Vols/Right Stuf)
    Gigantor (Complete series Vols. 1 & 2/E1 Entertainment)
    Roger Ramjet (Complete series in 3 collections, 2 from Image Entertainment, 1 from Classic Media)
    The Bell Science Hour (2 Vols., live-action/animated scxience specials with Dr. Frank Baxter/Image Entertainment)

    Spumco/Games:

    The Ren & Stimpy Show (Complete series and 'Lost Episodes' in 4 collections/Paramount)

    Ub Iwerks Studios:

    Flip the Frog, Willie Whopper, etc (58 theatrical shorts in 2 'Cartoons That Time Forgot' Vols./Image Entertainment)

    UPA Studios:

    Jolly Frolics (38 theatrical cartoons, complete set of all the non-Magoo shorts/Sony via TCM Vault)

    Williams Street:

    Space Ghost Coast-to-Coast (5 Vols comprising nearly the complete series, minus a few episodes and/or clips missing due to rights issues/Warner Brothers)

    ITC (Gerry Anderson's Supermarionation series):

    Supercar (Complete series/A&E Home Video)
    Fireball XL-5 (Complete series/A&E Home Video)
    Stingray (Complete series/A&E Home Video)
    Thunderbirds (Complete series/A&E Home Video)
    Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (Complete series/A&E Home Video)
    Joe 90 (Complete series/A&E Home Video)
    TerraHawks (Complete series/A&E Home Video)
     
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    Does Space Ghost Coast-To-Coast really qualify as a kids series? I thought that was a parody talk show with a decidedly adult bent to it.
     
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    Yes, it's far more adult-oriented than kid-oriented, but TVonDVDJunkie05's master list includes the Williams Street series Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law and Sealab 2021, also both parodies with major adult bents to them, and I noticed Space Ghost Coast-to-Coast was absent, as are Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Brak Show and a host of others. I guess this thread's list is a catch-all for general animated series, besides just kid-appeal animated series and live-action kid shows, though maybe some are on the Sitcom/Comedy thread and/or some of these just slipped his mind while he was compiling.
     
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    For live action children's shows, I'd also add New Zoo Revue (S1; BCI Eclipse).
     
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    Great list! One that popped up in my mind is Cool McCool (1969). (Only because I watched it recently -- I may have missed it if it's in the list.)

    I favorited this thread for the list. Thanks for taking the time to put it together.
     
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    Torchy the Battery Boy. Gerry Anderson series. Check amazon.

    ZOOM. (come on and zoom zoom zoomah zoom!) Select episodes and some wonderful extras. One of my favorite dvds of kids stuff. Check amazon (may be oop)


    Great list! Will check my shelf at home for more possibles.
     
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    Thanks!


    Cool McCool has been added to the list.


    This has been added to the British TV list since it is a British series.
     
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    Will check the British list. neato!


    How about these?

    Voyagers! time travel series.

    Shirley Temples Storybook. Select episodes.

    Faery Tale Theater.

    Tall Tales and Legends.

    Storybook International. A real gem of a show.

    Jim Henson's Storyteller. 2 seasons

    Tales from the Cryptkeeper. Cartoon version of the Tales from the Crypt

    Larry Harmon's Bozo the Clown Show. 2 volumes

    Sesame Street. There's a 40th Anniversary release too.
     
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    Regarding New Zoo Revue: Not that anyone asked, but BCI released a "Season 1" set containing 59 episodes. They did 65 episodes that season so that set is incomplete. However, prior to this there were four single-disc volumes of three episodes each released by Delta, and among those twelve episodes were the "missing six" from the first season. My guess would be that BCI couldn't include them because they had already been licensed to Delta?
    I have noticed (not that anyone asked) that episodes from later seasons have the copyright info and distributor name plastered over with one from the end of a first season show. I wonder why?
    There used to be an episode guide on line which numbered the shows 1 through 196. This puzzled me since there were 195 episodes. I scanned through the list and noticed somewhere along the way, whoever compiled it accidentally skipped a number.
    There is a "gag reel" from the show on You Tube which is definitely NSFW! Appears to be something the cast and crew did as they were wrapping production for the season. It would have made an interesting extra for the DVD set, but I suppose I can understand why they didn't include it!
     
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