The Art of Hanna-Barbera: Fifty Years of Creativity is a 1989 book by Ted Sennett. It is a comprehensive history of Hanna-Barbera and its many TV shows and films, complete with full-color illustrations throughout.

Chapters

  1. The Beginnings
  2. The Tom and Jerry Years
  3. Enter Huckleberry, Quick Draw, Yogi, and Friends
  4. Meet the Flintstones
  5. Reigning Cats and Dogs
  6. The Superheroes
  7. Scooby-Doo and Friends
  8. Animated Specials and Features
  9. Present Tense, Future Tense: The Eighties and Beyond

Appendices

  • Chronology of Hanna-Barbera Animated Series
  • Flintstone Lore: A Glossary of Names, Places, and Phrases
  • Chronology of Hanna-Barbera Live-Action Features and Series

Other Content

At the front of the book is a fold-out three-page spread titled "Symphony of the Stars". It features various Hanna-Barbera characters playing instruments in an orchestra, conducted by Fred Flintstone.

Gallery

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