Yabba-dabba-doo! It’s time for some Hanna-Barbera Trivia. A staple of animation from the 50s through today, Hanna-Barbera Studios created a slew of characters that we all know and love.
So, how well do you know the history of the studio and their many creations?
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Hanna-Barbera Trivia – Episode Intro
It’s only Wednesday, but I’m in the mood for some Saturday morning cartoons.
Hey gang, welcome back to the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. I’m your host, Brian Rollins, and this week, for episode 113, we’re diving into the cartoons from Hanna-Barbara.
If you’re new to the show, welcome. It’s a pretty simple question-and-answer format. I ask the questions, give you five seconds, then I reveal the answer. If you’re looking for rules or a score card, visit the show’s website, DorkyGeekyNerdy.com.
The Dorky Round
3. What show was originally supposed to be an adaptation of the radio show, 'Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy'?
4. In 1973, Hanna-Barbara copied the Scooby-Doo formula but replaced the titular dog with what race car?
6. Before appearing on Scooby-Doo three times, what sports team had their own cartoon series starting in 1970?
9. Between John Aston and Raul Julia, there was Lennie Weinrib who voiced the patriarch of what family in 1973?
10. Don Messick, the voice of Scooby-Doo, also voiced the leader of what group of little blue people?
The Geeky Round
6. IMDB describes what show as 'The tender, passionate relationship between a 40-foot purple ape and his wisecracking canine pal.'?
9. Catherine Bach, James Best, Sorrell Booke, and Denver Pyle all returned to voice characters in what 1983 animated series?
The Nerdy Round
And that’s all we’ve got for this week’s show, folks. I hope you enjoyed this stroll down memory lane. If you’re a Gen Xer like me, Hanna-Barbara cartoons were a cornerstone to your childhood.
We’ll be back again next week with more trivia fun. Here’s your clue:
What four-time Grammy winner charted his first hit with only his accordion and his accordion case as the instrumentals?
A little music trivia next week from an artist I love. I hope to see you back here.
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