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Color Me Intrigued

Things I Didn’t Know Dept.: in 1967, animation legends Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera created a pilot for an anthology series called The World-Color It Happy. Check out the opening credits below, and wonder how something with Woody Allen amongst its writers and a nifty theme song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David never caught on with TV execs. Strangely, Hanna’s autobiography doesn’t say a word about this project. Where’s the rest of it?

4 Thoughts on “Color Me Intrigued

  1. Patrick Murtha on February 17, 2009 at 3:54 pm said:

    Well, apparently it does exist. Check second post down on this page:

  2. Thanks, Patrick. They oughta upload the whole thing to YouTube — it would be easy with the separate segments and all!

    This show sounds kinda like “Love American Style”.

  3. Strange and lovely. No Bacharach biographies mention it, either. :( But I recognize the name of director Ezra Stone from one of my favorite 50’s comedies, “I Married Joan.”

  4. Christopher on February 18, 2009 at 8:04 pm said:

    That would be the same Ezra Stone who was the voice of Henry in “The Aldrich Family” on radio.

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