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Scooby-Doo  and Guess Who?Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?
Boomerang, 2019 | Comedy, Family, Mystery, Fantasy | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. gang solve more mysteries while also accompanied by many celebrities.


DC Super Hero GirlsDC Super Hero Girls
Boomerang, 2015 | Comedy, Drama, Family, Action
Rating: 5/5

At Super Hero High School, well-known DC heroes attend classes and deal with all the awkwardness of growing up (with the added stress of having superpowers).


WabbitWabbit

In this series, the Looney Tunes will leave the sitcom world and return to their slapstick-comedy roots. Each episode of Wabbit contains four shorts, starring Bugs Bunny from the Looney Tunes as the main character.


Grizzy & the LemmingsGrizzy & the Lemmings

The forest ranger's house is the only area of human civilization in the middle of untamed wilderness in a vast natural reserve in Canada. When the ranger is away, a bear named Grizzy feels that the ranger's house is his territory, given that bears sit at the top of the food chain. After making his way inside the home, Grizzy takes advantage of all the modern conveniences there, including a comfortable sofa, air conditioning and fully equipped kitchen. He's not alone, though, because a group of small creatures called lemmings also populate the ranger's house when he is away. Because Grizzy and the lemmings are not civilized enough to live together in peace, it becomes an atmosphere of madness when the two sides try to outdo each other with tricks.


Pink Panther & PalsPink Panther & Pals

An animated TV show about the adventures of a young Pink Panther and his friends.


Dorothy and the Wizard of OzDorothy and the Wizard of Oz
Boomerang, 2017 | Family, Adventure, Children, Fantasy
Rating: 5/5

Dorothy is made princess of Emerald City by Queen Ozma after defeating the Wicked Witch.


The Ruff and Reddy ShowThe Ruff and Reddy Show

The Ruff & Reddy Show was Hanna-Barbera's first cartoon series which featured a cat (Ruff) and dog (Reddy) in serialized adventures, with thirteen episodes comprising a story arc. Ruff, was voiced by Don Messick, and Reddy was voiced by Daws Butler. Hanna and Barbera opened their cartoon studio the same year MGM (the studio they worked for) closed down its cartoon studio. After much effort, they were able to sell Ruff & Reddy to NBC, but they were only able to get $2700 per half hour of cartoon show, so all the meticulous detail into making the Tom and Jerry shorts were eschewed for a production-line process. Bill and Joe, taking a cue from 1949's "Crusader Rabbit," reasoned the best way to offset the low production values was to create appealing heroes and captivating storylines. Ruff and Reddy made their way through clandestine escapades squaring off against villains like Scarey Harry Safari, Killer and Diller, and Captain Greedy and Salt Water Daffy. Assisting our heroes in several adventures was wacky scientist Professor Gizmo. The show was first aired on NBC in December 1957 as part of live action host segments. Jimmy Blaine was the host on the show's first run (1957-60), and Captain Bob Cottle replaced him in the second run (1962-64). When the show went into syndication, the opening titles, which were never shown on the NBC telecasts, were seen with the "H-B Enterprises" card. The theme song was also heard for the first time: Get set, get ready Here comes Ruff and Reddy They're tough but steady Always rough and ready They sometimes have their little spats Even fight like dogs and cats But when they need each other That's when they're Ruff and Reddy Ruff & Reddy episodes appeared on Family Channel's "Incredible Animals" cartoon show in 1992 and recently the series has aired on Cartoon Network and its sister channel Boomerang.


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