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H-B Enterprises

1957–1958

1958–1959

Hanna-Barbera Productions

1959–1960

1960–1961

1961–1963

1967–1969

1968–1974, 2002-2009

1969–1970

1974–1979

1979–1992

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Designer:  Saul Bass (logo)
Art Scott (animation)
Typography:  Belwe Medium

1979–1986

1988–1992

Bylines:

  • September 8, 1979-January 31, 1981: “A TAFT BROADCASTING COMPANY” (in a white font)
  • September 12, 1981-May 20, 1986: “A DIVISION OF THE TAFT ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY”
  • In 1982, the 1981 byline was altered/amended with "A DIVISION OF" over "THE TAFT ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY". In 1983, the 1981 byline appears in a large yellow font, and the logo appears smaller in this version.
  • June 7, 1990: "A GREAT AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANY"
  • Post-1988 prints of H-B shows from this era often have the Taft byline blacked out.

1986–1992; 1998–2002

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Designer:  Saul Bass (logo)
Black Lobster Digital Arts (animation)
Typography:  Belwe Medium

1986–1988

1988–1992

1992

1998–2002

Trivia: Despite Hanna-Barbera stopped using the "Swirling Star" logo in most of its productions after 1992, it was later reused for The Powerpuff Girls until its fourth season, begin the only original Cartoon Network show to use it in contrast to the other cartoons of the same brand that had their own costumed Hanna-Barbera logos (see below).

Bylines:

  • September 6, 1986-July 16, 1988: "A DIVISION OF THE TAFT ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY"
  • September 10, 1988-1992; December 15, 1997: (Bylineless; Great American Broadcasting era)
  • November 18, 1998-February 9, 2001, April 3, 2001, April 20, 2001: "A Time Warner Company"
  • April 27, 2001-July 12, 2002: "An AOL Time Warner Company"

1988–1992

1990–1991 (The Flinstones 30th Anniversary)

Designer:  Scott Shaw
Mike Kazaleh (animation)
Typography:  Unknown

Trivia: This logo was created in celebration of the 30th anniversary of The Flintstones' premiere back in 1960.

Hanna-Barbera Inc.

1992

H-B Production Co.

1992–1993

Hanna-Barbera Cartoons

1993–1994

1994–1997

Designer:  Fred Seibert
Typography:  Unknown

Trivia: This logo was designed and animated by Fred Seibert. First seen on SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron. Last seen on the Malcom and Melvin short "Babe He Calls Me".

1995–2002

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Designer:  Hatmaker
Typography:  Unknown

Trivia: First seen as an in-credit logo on The What-a-Cartoon! Show, the standalone version was first seen on the short The Chicken from Outer Space, and first seen regularly on the premiere of Cow & Chicken. However, the Dino variant debuted in the back side of the studio's calendar in 1993. Also, the Dexter variant debuted on the 1995 book, The World of Hanna-Barbera and an advertisement. Following the absorption of Hanna-Barbera into Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios in 2001, some Cartoon Network shows that were still running during that time like Johnny Bravo and Dexter's Laboratory discontinued their costumed logos in favor of using the then current Cartoon Network Studios at the end credits. It was last seen on season 3 of Johnny Bravo.


Bylines:

  • 1997-2001: "A Time Warner Company"
  • 2001-2002: "An AOL Time Warner Company"

2017–2019

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Only used in Wacky Races (2017).

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