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Harvey Films
Harvey Entertainment
In-name-only unit
IndustryAnimated TV shows
Theatrically feature films
Founded1950; 69 years ago (1950) (as animation arm)
2001; 18 years ago (2001) (as in-name-only unit)
Headquarters
ParentDreamWorks Classics
(DreamWorks Animation)
(Universal Pictures)
(NBCUniversal)

Harvey Films (also known as Harvey Entertainment, The Harvey Entertainment Company or simply Harvey) is an animation production arm of comic book publisher Harvey Comics. It was founded in 1950.[1]

In the early 1960s, they created Harvey Funnies, the original entertainment company to produce The New Casper Cartoon Show.[2]

Currently, Harvey Films is owned by DreamWorks Classics, formerly Classic Media, which is owned by DreamWorks Animation, which is also owned by NBCUniversal in 2016. Harvey Films produced Casper's Scare School, a 2006 direct-to-video film released through Classic Media.

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List of Harvey Films productions

Theatrical films

TV series

Direct-to-video

See also

References

  1. ^ Meyer, Thomas A. (2010). Innovate!: How Great Companies Get Started in Terrible Times. Hoboken: Wiley. p. 16. ISBN 0470560584.
  2. ^ Fischer, Stuart (2014-06-10). Kids' TV: The First Twenty-Five Years. Open Road Media. ISBN 9781497633902.


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