In the late 1980s, the cable TV tycoon Ted Turner took over the MGM film collection (including the Warner Bros. cartoons in color. Pre-1948), and displays a collection of animated films through Turner Network Television cable TV has. Impressions of the audience liked it, and continued with Ted Turner purchased animation studio Hanna-Barbara Productions in 1991.
With this acquisition means a collection of film and most of the Hanna Barbera collection of Ruby-Spears production film belongs to Ted Turner Productions. Ted Turner’s collection of animated film that becomes more and more that Cartoon Network was set up to broadcast it.
Impressions-initial impressions of this channel in the form of films screenings of classic Warner Bros. cartoons. MGM and Hanna-Barbera, such as The Jetsons and The Flintstones, and Wally Gator used as time interlude.
Most animated films are screened in a package half-hour show or an hour, such as Down with Droopy D featuring Droopy Dog, Tom and Jerry Show presented the classic cat and mouse, and Bugs and Daffy Tonight provided classic Looney Tunes shorts. Today, only Tom and Jerry is still playing.
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