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VIDEO: Wild Goes Cuckoo/Bananas Over Hefty

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Wild Goes Cuckoo/Bananas Over Hefty
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Length: 25:00
Aired: 1/1/1989

A Swiss clockmaker uses Wild Smurf in his new Cuckoo clock. An orangutan falls in love with Hefty. watch

VIDEO: The Smurfs of the Round Table

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The Smurfs of the Round Table
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Length: 24:00
Aired: 1/1/1989

In Camelot the Smurfs must restore honor to the kingdom and regain control of the mighty Excalibur which is in the hands of the evil Morgan Le Fay. watch

VIDEO: Brainy's Beastly Boo-boo/Hearts 'N' Smurfs

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Brainy's Beastly Boo-boo/Hearts 'N' Smurfs
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Length: 25:00
Aired: 1/1/1989

When Brainy gets his hands on an African storytelling stick, he turns his fellow Smurfs into wild animals. watch

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The Man Called Flintstone
Transformers: The Movie

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Credits

Year Title Description
2003 The C.B. Bears TV Show Series, Voice - Clyde
1998 The Flintstones Movie, Actor
1997 Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood Movie, Actor - Scooby-Doo
1994 A Flintstones Christmas Carol Movie, Actor - Bamm Bamm
1993 Droopy, Master Detective TV Show Series, Voice - Droopy

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News

What was the first prime-time ...

Question: What was the first prime-time cartoon?


Answer: Assuming you mean the first prime-time animated network series, Ralph, that would be ABC's legendary Flintstones, which ran for six years beginning in September 1960 (and has been repeated in more places and at more times than I could begin to count). The show pioneered the half-hour animated comedy on network TV, and enjoyed a wave of merchandise sales decades before anyone ever threw on a Bart Simpson "Don't have a cow, man!" T-shirt.

The Flintstones was the fourth animated series created by William Hanna and Joe Barbera (after Ruff and Reddy, Huckleberry Hound and Quick Draw McGraw, all of which were either Saturday-morning or syndicated offerings). And according to Barbera, read more

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