Notable People of Hanha Barbara

A list of famous animators who worked at Hanha Barbara and one of the animators is my least favorite. Hanha Barbara may of made some bad animation but that's what made it good and classic. It is one of my favorite animation studios next to Studio Ghibli and TVC London.
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“ Founder ” - adog1990
“ Co-Founder ” - adog1990
John Kricfalusi
Canadian-born cartoon cartoonist Kricfalusi began his career by working on low end Saturday morning cartoons like The Jetsons revival and Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids. In 1987, Kricfalusi's mentor, Ralph Bakshi, "saved" him by hiring him as supervising director on his show Mighty Mouse, the New Adventures. The show was cancelled...
Ralph Bakshi
Ralph Bakshi worked his way up from Brooklyn and became an animation legend. Born on October 29, 1938, in Haifa, Bakshi grew up in Brownsville after his family came to New York to escape World War II. Bakshi attended the Thomas Jefferson High School and was later transferred to the High School of Industrial Arts and graduated with an award in cartooning in 1957...
Genndy Tartakovsky
Genndy Tartakovsky was born and raised in Moscow, USSR. He and his family moved to Chicago, IL when he was 7 years old, after his father defected to the US. His interest in comic books and animation led him to study animation at Cal Arts in Los Angeles. While he was there he produced two student films...
Craig McCracken
Craig McCracken has been interested in drawing and animation since the age of three. Some of his sources of inspiration are Japanese anime, Super Friends, Pee-wee's Playhouse and Little Golden Books. After briefly considering a career as a comic book illustrator, McCracken studied animation at Cal Arts in LA (along with fellow classmate and Dexter's Laboratory creator Genndy Tartakovsky...
Tom Warburton
Animation Department, Codename: Kids Next Door
Tom Warburton is the creator of Cartoon Network's sooper giant hit original series Codename: Kids Next Door. Mr. Warburton has previously served as a director for Cartoon Network's Sheep in The Big City, lead character designer for Disney's Pepper Ann, and spent five years at commercial studio J.J. Sedelmaier Productions where he served as production designer on MTV's Beavis and Butthead...
Seth MacFarlane
Writer, Ted
Seth Woodbury MacFarlane was born in the small New England town of Kent, Connecticut, where he lived with his mother, Ann Perry (Sager), an admissions office worker, his father, Ronald Milton MacFarlane, a prep school teacher, and his sister Rachael MacFarlane, now a voice actress and singer. He is of English, Scottish, and Irish ancestry, and descends from Mayflower passengers...
“ Loved his old Family Guy better than his new. Also the first Hanha Barbara animator to host the Academy Awards. ” - adog1990
“ Famous one who help the studio received their first Oscar nomination for "The Chicken from Outer Space". ” - adog1990
“ My least favorite animator and hate all of his products (but loved some things of Danny Phantom). Why? The jokes in them are horrible, the animation in them is crap, the stories are forgettable, and the characters in them are dumb, mean sprited, unfunny and boring as hell. The only cool thing in Danny Phantom were the ghosts. ” - adog1990
Robert Alvarez
Animation Department, Regular Show in Space
Mario Piluso
Art Department, G.I. Joe
Charles Grosvenor
Animation Department, The Smurfs
Steven Bochco
Writer, NYPD Blue
Attended Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie-Mellon U) as a playwriting major. Barbara Bosson, Michael Tucker, Bruce Weitz and Charles Haid were classmates; he and Tucker drove cross-country to Hollywood for full-time jobs at Universal, where Bochco would remain for 12 years. In 1978, he moved to MTM Enterprises...
John Sparey
Animation Department, Fritz the Cat
Paul Schibli
Animation Department, The Raccoons
Bill Kroyer
Visual Effects, The Green Mile
George Scribner
Animation Department, Heavy Metal