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  2. List of Warner Bros. Animation productions - Wikipedia

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    First film from Warner Bros. Feature Animation. 3 Quest for Camelot: May 15, 1998: Warner Bros. Family Entertainment 1492 Pictures: California and London WBFA facility Yowza! Animation A. Film A/S Heart of Texas Productions 45%: 50: $40 million $38.1 million First fully animated film from Warner Bros. Feature Animation outside of Turner Feature ...

  3. Warner Animation Group Dr. Seuss Enterprises Expand World Dr ...

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    About Warner Animation Group Warner Animation Group (WAG) is the feature animation division of Warner Bros. Entertainment. It is dedicated to the development and production of animated films that not only live up to the rich, 90-year legacy of Warner Bros.’ animated properties, but also delight and inspire today’s global family audiences ...

  4. The History of Warner Bros. Animation - LiveAbout

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    Origin of Warner Bros. Cartoons: Bosko, Buddy, and Beans the Cat. Warner Bros. Animation began when producer Leon Schlesinger, who was distantly related to the Warner Brothers who founded their namesake studio, hired a pair of animators, Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising, veterans of Walt Disney's Kansas City cartoon studio.

  5. Warner Bros. Animation (Creator) - TV Tropes

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    Warner Bros. Animation also produces animated feature films, which are currently released under the label of "Warner Animation Group". After a series of mostly unsuccessful films in the 1990s and early 2000s, Warner Bros. closed down its in-house animated film division, only to reopen it in the 2010s after the success of The LEGO Movie.

  6. Warner Bros. Animation series - IMDb

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    1. Tiny Toon Adventures (1990–1995) TV-G | 21 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy. 7.5. Rate. The wacky adventures of the new young hip generation of Warner Brothers Looney Tunes characters, most of them descendants of the original classic toon cast. Stars: Charlie Adler, John Kassir, Tress MacNeille, Joe Alaskey.

  7. The best WB animated shows to watch at home - Polygon

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    Warner Bros.’ second cartoon collaboration with Spielberg would result in Animaniacs. This series, created by Ruegger, would feature nonstop comedy paced with rapid-fire sitcom delivery while...

  8. List of Warner Bros. Animation filmography

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    This is a list of Warner Bros. Animation filmography. Contents 1 Filmography 1.1 Feature-length films 1.1.1 Compilation films 1.1.2 Original films 1.1.3 Films in development 1.2 Direct-to-video films 1.3 Upcoming direct-to-video films 1.4 Television specials 1.5 Short films 1.6 Television series 1.6.1 Anthology series 1.6.2 Original series

  9. Warner Bros. Animation | The Warner Animation Wiki | Fandom

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    Warner Bros. Animation is an American animation studio owned by the Global Kids, Young Adults and Classics division of Warner Bros. Entertainment. The studio is closely associated with the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies characters, among others. The studio is the successor to Warner Bros. Cartoons, the studio which produced Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoon shorts from 1933 to 1963 ...

  10. Warner Bros. Animation | Scoobypedia | Fandom

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    Warner Bros. Animation (WBA) is a division of Warner Bros., and a subsidiary of WarnerMedia, formerly Time Warner, founded in 1930. It was and is famous for producing the theatrical Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts (including such stars as Wile E. Coyote, the Road Runner and the Tasmanian Devil). Since 1990, WBA has primarily focused upon the production of television and feature ...

  11. Warner Bros. Feature Animation

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    Warner Bros. Feature Animation was an animation department that was shut down in 2003 due to a string of four box-office failures, with the exception of Space Jam. It only produced six animated films.

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