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'''''Jokebook''''' was an adult-oriented Hanna-Barbera animated series for NBC. It ran from April 23rd, 1982 to May 7th, 1982, only airing 3 out of 7 episodes.
  
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Each episode featured 20-25 individual animated segments. These were selected from foreign films, student films, cartoon shorts, and original concepts. Each short ranged from 20 seconds to 3 minutes.
Jokebook was a Hanna Barbera animated special for NBC, it ran from April 23 1982 to May 7 1982 only airing 3 out of 7 episodes.
 
  
<br />  Each episode featured 20-25 individual animated segments. Selected from foreign, student films,cartoon shorts, and original concepts. Each short ranged from 20 seconds to 3 minutes.
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Some shorts included are Oscar winners "Crunch Bird" and "The Fly".
  
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The show has not been known to re-air after its first showing on TV. eBay listings of stills, storyboards, and other pre-production artwork are still being circulated. For a long time, the only footage of the series available online was its intro.
Some shorts included are Oscer winners "crunch bird" and "the fly"
 
  
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Around mid 2016, the first episode was uploaded Vimeo, but has since disappeared, though reuploads exist.
The show has not been known to re-air after its first showing on tv. EBay listings of stills,story boards and other pre-productions are still being circulated.The only video found is it's intro song.
 
  
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On October 4, 2021, Youtube user BetaGems Lost Media uploaded the second episode.
  
{{#ev:youtube|https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HIRsmoVAesM|640x480|center|Intro sequence|frame}}
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In addition to episode 2, The Paley Center for Media has another unknown episode in their collection. It is unknown if they will ever publicly show the episodes.
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==Gallery==
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  |description2 =The first episode.
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  |description3 =The second episode.
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  |description4 =A promo for the series, alongside Chicago Story and McC'lains Law.
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==See Also==
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*[[Boss Cat (found British opening and ending titles of "Top Cat" animated series; 1962-1989)]]
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*[[CBS Storybreak "What Happened in Hamelin" (lost episode from animated series; 1987)]]
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*[[Dastardly & Muttley - Operation: Pigeon Pursuit (lost build of unreleased PlayStation 2 video game; 2007-2008)]]
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*[[Fender Bender 500 (partially found episodes of "Wacky Races" reboot animated series; 1990s)]]
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*[[Jetsons: The Movie "Gotcha" (partially found full version of song from Hanna-Barbera animated film; 1990)]]
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*[[Jetsons: The Movie - Janet Waldo performance (lost audio of animated film; 1988-1989)]]
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*[[Return of the Bunjee (lost ABC Weekend special; 1985)]]
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*[[Rock Odyssey (partially lost Hanna-Barbera animated film; 1987)]]
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*[[Showbiz Pizza's Yogi Bear and Boo Boo Showtape (found animatronic audio showtape; 1987)]]
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*[[The Banana Splits Adventure Hour (partially found Hanna Barbera live action-animated TV series; 1968-1969)]]
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*[[The Flintstones (cancelled Seth MacFarlane reboot of animated series; 2013)]]
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*[[The Flintstones Movie (partially found Sega Channel exclusive build of 2D movie tie-in platformer; 1995)]]
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*[[The Funny World of Fred and Bunni (partially found live-action/animated variety show pilot; 1978)]]
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*[[The Hanna-Barbera Happy Hour (partially found NBC comedy variety show; 1978)]]
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*[[The Moxy Show (partially found episodes of CGI anthology series; 1993-2000)]]
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*[[The New Teen Titans "Just Say No!" (partially lost Hanna-Barbera anti-drug animated PSA; 1983)]]
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*[[The Ruff and Reddy Show (found episodes of NBC Hanna-Barbera animated series; 1957-1960)]]
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*[[The Snorks (partially found unaired pilot of Hanna-Barbera animated TV series; 1982)]]
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==External Links==
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*[https://www.paleycenter.org/collection/item/?q=jokebook&p=1&item=T83:0142 First listing]
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*[https://www.paleycenter.org/collection/item/?q=jokebook&p=1&item=T83:0127 Second listing]
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[[Category:Lost animation]]
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[[Category:Lost TV]]
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[[Category:Partially found media]]

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Jokebook 241x208.jpg

Title card.

Status: Partially Found

Jokebook was an adult-oriented Hanna-Barbera animated series for NBC. It ran from April 23rd, 1982 to May 7th, 1982, only airing 3 out of 7 episodes.

Each episode featured 20-25 individual animated segments. These were selected from foreign films, student films, cartoon shorts, and original concepts. Each short ranged from 20 seconds to 3 minutes.

Some shorts included are Oscar winners "Crunch Bird" and "The Fly".

The show has not been known to re-air after its first showing on TV. eBay listings of stills, storyboards, and other pre-production artwork are still being circulated. For a long time, the only footage of the series available online was its intro.

Around mid 2016, the first episode was uploaded Vimeo, but has since disappeared, though reuploads exist.

On October 4, 2021, Youtube user BetaGems Lost Media uploaded the second episode.

In addition to episode 2, The Paley Center for Media has another unknown episode in their collection. It is unknown if they will ever publicly show the episodes.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Intro sequence.
The first episode.
The second episode.
A promo for the series, alongside Chicago Story and McC'lains Law.

See Also[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]