At that Time HB was more the studio that the artist but yeah Turner did used well the HB studios and talent before shutting it down(but that seems more a warner decision)
Since we're on that issue, I personally am kind of baffled that the team behind Animaniacs never tried to have new episodes produced for CN.
 
Since we're on that issue, I personally am kind of baffled that the team behind Animaniacs never tried to have new episodes produced for CN.
The thing was Time-Warner was not that vertical integrated as before, that is why Turner studios/CN was his own universe, the same the warner one..a shame, that could have save SWAT KATS TOO
 
The thing was Time-Warner was not that vertical integrated as before, that is why Turner studios/CN was his own universe, the same the warner one..a shame, that could have save SWAT KATS TOO
It could have also saved the New Adventures of Johnny Quest. Just imagine those two shows as the first two pillars of Toonami, followed by Beast Wars, Reboot, and War Planets in 98.
 
The thing was Time-Warner was not that vertical integrated as before, that is why Turner studios/CN was his own universe, the same the warner one..a shame, that could have save SWAT KATS TOO
Well, at least we got one of the better Scooby-Doo productions in recent times because of what happened.
 
And besides, if Walt Disney buys Hanna-Barbera while Mary Kay Bergman still becomes the new VA for Daphne like IOTL, perhaps it is most likely that Walt, being the father figure that he is ITTL, helps Bergman with her generalized anxiety disorder as well as talking her out of committing suicide, thus Bergman is still living life to this day.
Since HeX confirmed in a PM that Judith Barsi's death will be butterflied, I would love to see this happen too.
 
Is there any chance that John Candy or Chris Farley will be saved ITTL?
Candy didn't die of an overdose or liver problems; he died of heart problems. John Candy had the squeakiest clean and sober lifestyle of just about any Hollywood celebrity. He didn't drink, he didn't smoke except in front of the camera, and he didn't do any street drugs whatsoever. To live much past forty-five, he'd have probably had to diet his way out of any possible future movie part.

As for Chris Farley, when was he introduced to cocaine and heroin and under what circumstances?
 
Candy didn't die of an overdose or liver problems; he died of heart problems. John Candy had the squeakiest clean and sober lifestyle of just about any Hollywood celebrity. He didn't drink, he didn't smoke except in front of the camera, and he didn't do any street drugs whatsoever. To live much past forty-five, he'd have probably had to diet his way out of any possible future movie part.

As for Chris Farley, when was he introduced to cocaine and heroin and under what circumstances?
Perhaps Candy turns down Wagons East?
 

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Candy didn't die of an overdose or liver problems; he died of heart problems. John Candy had the squeakiest clean and sober lifestyle of just about any Hollywood celebrity. He didn't drink, he didn't smoke except in front of the camera, and he didn't do any street drugs whatsoever. To live much past forty-five, he'd have probably had to diet his way out of any possible future movie part.

As for Chris Farley, when was he introduced to cocaine and heroin and under what circumstances?
John Candy smoked at least a pack a day and had a history of cocaine use plus binge eating and binge drinking. Not exactly squeaky clean.
 
Since the Disney Channel didn't start up until 1979, not much has changed at the studio during the 1970s. But as the timeline goes forward, Hanna-Barbera will probably falter ITTL, for a couple of reasons: most kids will be exposed to the higher quality of the cartoons Disney makes for television, and will then be turned off to H-B's objectively worse animation; a few of their popular shows of the 1980s (namely Pac-Man) won't be in their stable; and the Disney/Universal rivalry will spill into the world of animation in the 1980s, demanding insanely high standards as both juggernauts try to outdo each other. The company won't die or anything, but it won't really succeed during the period other than maybe one or two hits.

We'll see an update on them at some point, just not quite yet.
After reading the post about Get a Horse!, that actually does raise the question of who MGM will bring in to reboot Tom and Jerry, since Bill and Joe were the ones who originally created the two.
 
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