The 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.

Twenty-two episodes of The 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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