ACH167: Joseph Barbera was one half of the powerhouse animation duo of Hanna-Barbera. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how Joseph’s Catholic schooldays got him started in cartooning and how his crowning achievement was a return to his Catholic roots.
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- Greatest Adventure Cartoon Series Tells Story Of Bible; Hanna-Barbera Plans To Market Directly To The Public Its New Series Of Cartoons About Bible Characters And Adventures. – Sun Sentinel
- Catholic cartoon pioneer Joseph Barbera dies at 95 | The Online Angelus
- Memories of Joe Barbera — Van Partible
- Yowp: The Gospel According to Hanna-Barbera
- Joe Barbera | Movies | The Guardian
- Joseph Barbera – Wikipedia
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