Warner Bros. Animation Inc.  is an American animation studio which is part of the Warner Bros. Television Studios division of Warner Bros., a flagship of Warner Bros. Discovery.
This article is a list of productions by the American animated studio Warner Bros. Animation, which is part of the Warner Bros. Television division of Warner Bros. Entertainment, owned by Warner Bros. Discovery. This includes animated feature films, shorts, specials, and television series. Contents 1 Feature films 1.1 Theatrical features
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Warner Bros. Animation (currently known alternatively as Warner Animation Group for theatrically released films) is the animation division of Warner Bros., a subsidiary of Time Warner. The studio is closely associated with the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies characters, among others.
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.
Warner Bros. Animation. Twice Upon a Time [R] August 5, 1983. Lucasfilm and Korty Films [st 1] Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island. Warner Bros. Animation. Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer [R] November 15, 1985. DIC Entertainment.