Born: 1944 month? day? in United States

Died: 2001 month? day? in United States

Biography: Started as H-B Enterprises, founded by animation executives William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Re-named Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1960. Bought by Turner Broadcasting in 1991, transferred to Time Warner in 1996. After Hanna's death in 2001 the studio was made a part of other Time Warner subsidiaries and lost its independence. It is currently only used as a brand.


Name:

    Hanna-Barbera Studio Type: Studio Name

Relations:

  1. Employer of - Pat Boyette (b. 1923)
    Notes: The artist did pencil, ink and letters work for the studio in 1979.
  2. Employer of - Carl Gafford (b. 1953)
    Notes: Writer and colors from 1977 to 1979.
  3. Employer of - Carol Lay (b. 1952)
    Notes: The artist did ink and letters work for the studio from 1978 to 1979.
  4. Employer of - Will Meugniot (b. 1951)
    Notes: The artist did pencils work for the studio from 1978 to 1979.
  5. Employer of - Art Scott
    Notes: Writer circa 1977-1979
  6. Employer of - Scott Shaw (b. 1951)
    Notes: Creator did pencil and ink works for the studio from 1977 to 1979.