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Dle at the beginning of animation working with such legendary colleagues as Tex Avery and Friz Freleng He describes as only he can the hard work and determination it took to make Hanna Barbera Productions a success with unforgettable behind the scenes stories of Daws Butler Alan Reed Mel Blan. I really enjoyed this book and I m looking forward to reading the other half of the legendary partnership Joe Barbera s boo

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A Cast of Friends

For than sixty years Bill Hanna has made entertaining children and the young at heart his ”business” In A Cast of Friends he offers an engaging look at his decades in animation and at the people who helped make it all possible Hanna shares his memories of the tough and wild years A Cast Kin. Along with longtime partner Joe Barbera William Hanna created The Flintstones Yogi Bear and about a million interchangeable

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C Casey Kasem and other voiceover magicians Throughout it all he was determined to be a family man with his wife and their two children to live a life different from Hollywood standards and this adds a singularly personal aspect to Hanna's very special insider's look at the history of animation. Having read Joe Barbera s autobiography I was hoping for of Bill s side of the cartoon business Unfortunately most of the b


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  1. says:

    Along with longtime partner Joe Barbera William Hanna created The Flintstones Yogi Bear and about a million interchangeable cartoons remember Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels? that sucked many a Saturday morning for the kiddie me This book was a short sometimes interesting look into the animation biz as he and Barbera adapted it to the TV age Hanna was of a businessman than a true creative however and it shows in the

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this book and I'm looking forward to reading the other half of the legendary partnership Joe Barbera's book This is a very humble avuncular account of Bill Hanna's life including obviously the formation of Hanna Barbera studios It's truly staggering to read the filmography in the back of the b

  3. says:

    Having read Joe Barbera's autobiography I was hoping for of Bill's side of the cartoon business Unfortunately most of the book mirrored precisely what Barbera had said and Hanna went into vivid yet inspid details about his family and love for the outdoors I've learned Mr Hanna is a great human being but now I know why Barbera was the primary story generator for Hanna Barbera Though it's definitely worth the read for any animatio

  4. says:

    This was a very enjoyable look into the life and work of cartoon director Bill Hanna I would have liked facts and history about the many Saturday morning cartoons that his company made Overall it's a fun look into the world of cartoon production If you are a toonhead like I am I think you will enjoy reading it