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Harlem Globetrotters was Hanna-Barbera's first animated series to feature the slapstick basketball troupe, a co-production with CBS from 1970 to 1972. It was also the first animated TV series to have a primarily black cast, and one of the few animated series that CBS produced in-house. The Globetrotters' coach, Granny, and their canine mascot, Dribbles, did not appear in crossovers to The New Scooby-Doo Movies, though Granny was mentioned in one.

Twenty-two episodes of Harlem Globetrotters were produced: sixteen for the first season, and six more for the second season. The show was later rerun on NBC as the headline segment of Go Go Globetrotters, a Saturday morning block which also included reruns of CB Bears, Space Ghost, and The Herculoids.

Voice Cast


  1. The Great Geese Goof-Up
  2. Football Zeros
  3. Hold That Hillbilly
  4. Bad News Cruise
  5. Rodeo Duds
  6. Double Dribble Double
  7. Heir Loons
  8. From Scoop to Nuts
  9. What a Day for a Birthday
  10. It's Snow Vacation
  11. The Great Ouch Doors
  12. Hooray for Hollywood
  13. Shook Up Sheriff
  14. Gone to the Dogs
  15. The Wild Blue Yonder
  16. Long Gone Gip
  17. A Pearl of a Game
  18. Nothing to Moon About
  19. Pardon My Magic
  20. Granny's Royal Ruckus
  21. Soccer to Me
  22. Jungle Jitters

End Credits Stills

Production Goofs

  • Continuity error: In "The Great Geese Goof-Up", near the end of the basketball game, the City All-Stars' score has mysteriously dropped from 44 points to 10 points.

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