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'''Jokebook''' was an adult-oriented Hanna-Barbera animated series for NBC. It ran from April 23 1982 to May 7 1982 only airing 3 out of 7 episodes.
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'''''Jokebook''''' was an adult-oriented Hanna-Barbera animated series for NBC. It ran from April 23, 1982 to May 7, 1982, only airing 3 out of 7 episodes.
  
Each episode featured 20-25 individual animated segments. Selected from foreign films, student films, cartoon shorts, and original concepts. Each short ranged from 20 seconds to 3 minutes.
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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.
  
 
Some shorts included are Oscar winners "Crunch Bird" and "The Fly".
 
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. The only video found is its intro song.
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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. The only video found is its intro song.
  
  

Revision as of 20:22, 16 March 2016

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Jokebook's Title card.

Status: Lost


Jokebook was an adult-oriented Hanna-Barbera animated series for NBC. It ran from April 23, 1982 to May 7, 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. The only video found is its intro song.


Intro sequence