List of DreamWorks Animation programs

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This is a list of programs by DreamWorks Animation and its predecessors and acquisitions Classic Media, UPA, Harvey Entertainment, Golden Books Family Entertainment, Jay Ward Productions, Entertainment Rights, Link Entertainment, Tell-Tale Productions, Filmation, Felix the Cat Productions, and Chapman Entertainment. Most of DWA's library is currently owned by Universal Studios and distributed by NBCUniversal Television Distribution.

Note that some shows were co-productions with other companies and may and/or not necessarily be owned by DreamWorks Animation.

Series[edit]

DreamWorks Animation[edit]

Classic Media[edit]

UPA[edit]

Harvey Entertainment[edit]


Golden Books Family Entertainment[edit]

Color Systems Technology, Inc.[edit]

LRM Acquisition Corporation[edit]

Rankin/Bass Productions (pre-1974)[edit]

Total Television[edit]

Entertainment Rights[edit]

Formerly known as Sleepy Kids (1989–1999) and SKD Media (1999–2000).

Link Entertainment[edit]

  • Postman Pat (1981–1982, 1997) (distribution; produced by Woodland Animations)
  • Gran (1983) (distribution; produced by Woodland Animations)
  • Orm and Cheep (1983–1985)
  • The Family-Ness (1984–1985) (distribution; produced by Maddocks Animation)
  • The Trap Door (1984) (distribution; produced by CMTB Animation and Queensgate Productions)
  • Bertha (1985) (distribution; produced by Woodland Animations)
  • Jimbo and the Jet Set (1986) (distribution; produced by Maddocks Animation)
  • Bill the Minder (1987) (produced by Bevanfield Films)
  • Stoppit and Tidyup (1988) (distribution; CMTB Animation and Queensgate Productions)
  • Charlie Chalk (1988–1989) (distribution; produced by Woodland Animations)
  • Penny Crayon (1989–1990) (distribution; produced by Maddocks Animation)
  • Tales of a Wise King (1989)
  • What-a-Mess (1990) (co-produced with Bevanfield Films)
  • Just So Stories (1991) (produced by Bevanfield Films)
  • Christopher Crocodile (1993) (co-produced with Mixpix and BBC)
  • The Spooks of Bottle Bay (1993-1995) (co-produced with Fugitive/Playboard Puppets and Carlton Television)
  • Pirates (1994-1997) (produced by Childsplay Productions)
  • Caribou Kitchen (1995-1997) (distribution only; produced by Maddocks Animation)
  • The Slow Norris (1995-1999) (co-produced with HTV)
  • Bug Alert (1996-2000) (produced by Two Sides TV)
  • Grabbit the Rabbit (1996)
  • The Forgotten Toys (1997–1999) (co-produced with United Productions, Hibbert Ralph Entertainment, and Meridian Broadcasting)
  • Monster TV (1999-2001) (co-produced with BBC)
  • Preston Pig (2000) (co-produced with Varga London)
  • There's A Viking In My Bed (2000) (co-produced with BBC)
  • Ethelbert the Tiger (2001) (co-produced with Millimages)
  • Animal Antics (produced by Two Sides TV)
  • Chatterhappy Ponies
  • Fairy Tales (produced by Bevanfield Films)
  • Eye of the Storm (co-produced with Meridian Broadcasting and Pater Tabern)
  • Jack and Marcel
  • Teddybears (co-produced with United Productions)
  • Tiny Tales
Banksia Productions[edit]

Little Entertainment Co.[edit]

Tell-Tale Productions[edit]

Filmation[edit]

NOTE: This list does not include shows not owned by DreamWorks Animation.

Jay Ward Productions[edit]

Felix the Cat Productions[edit]

Chapman Entertainment[edit]

Specials[edit]

DreamWorks Animation[edit]

UPA[edit]

Golden Books Family Entertainment[edit]

Rankin/Bass Productions (pre-1974)[edit]

Tomorrow Entertainment (pre-January 1, 1975)[edit]

Entertainment Rights[edit]

  • A Monster Christmas (1994) (produced by Fat City Films, JWP Entertainment International, and Carrington Productions International)
  • Hamilton Mattress (2001) (co-produced with Harvest Films, Egmont Imagination and BBC)
  • Second Star to the Left (2001) (co-production with Silver Fox Films and BBC)
  • Postman Pat:
    • Postman Pat and the Greendale Rocket (2003)
    • Postman Pat's Magic Christmas (2003)
    • Postman Pat Clowns Around (2004)
    • Postman Pat and the Pirate Treasure (2004)
    • Postman Pat's Great Big Birthday (2005)

Link Entertainment[edit]

  • Postman Pat:
    • Postman Pat's ABC (1990)
    • Postman Pat's 123 (1990)
    • Postman Pat Takes The Bus (1991)
    • Postman Pat And The Toy Soldiers (1991)
    • Postman Pat And The Tuba (1994)
    • Postman Pat And The Barometer (1994)
    • Read Along With Postman Pat (1994)
  • The Forgotten Toys (1995) (co-production with United Productions, Hibbert Ralph Entertainment, and Meridian Broadcasting)
  • The First Snow of Winter (1997) (co-production with Hibbert Ralph Entertainment and BBC)

Filmation[edit]

Films[edit]

DreamWorks Animation[edit]

Classic Media[edit]

UPA[edit]

Harvey Entertainment[edit]

Golden Books Family Entertainment[edit]

Rankin/Bass Productions (pre-1974)[edit]

Tomorrow Entertainment (pre-January 1, 1975)[edit]

Color Systems Technology, Inc.[edit]

Carrington Productions International[edit]

Filmation[edit]


Felix the Cat Productions[edit]

Other[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Margulies, Lee (May 12, 1975). "Filmation - its sole product is for kids". The Free Lance-Star. Fredericksburg, VA. Associated Press. p. 20. Retrieved March 25, 2012.
  2. ^ http://www.bcdb.com/cartoon/57128-Puss_in_Boots.html