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The logo from 2014.

Mitchy B Studios is an animation counterpart of The Mitchell Beausejour Company. It was founded by Mitchell Beausejour in 2004. He creates alot of Mitchy B Channel 32 promos, commercial breaks and bumpers. Later on, he began working on cartoons such as My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Today, Mitchy B Studios is a huge success.

TriviaEdit

  • He founded another company after the other one closed down. He was also impressed how the cartoons look. He recreates alot of opening & ending titles with his video editing program.
  • When the titles are recreated, viewers can see what the titles are looked like. On 1933-1957 Popeye cartoons, the initials "m.b.s." and the text "MITCHY B STUDIOS" are kinda looked like a.a.p. titles.

FilmographyEdit

TV shows and TV moviesEdit

  • Peanuts specials (1965-2003, in conjunction with Mendelson/Melendez Productions)
  • The Underdog Show (1964-1967; 1968-1974, in conjunction with Total Television Productions, The Program Exchange (1974 syndication prints) and Classic Media)
  • Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales (1963-1966; 1967-1973, in conjunction with Total Television Productions, The Program Exchange (1973 syndication prints) and Classic Media)
  • Inspector Gadget (1983-1986, in conjunction with DiC Entertainment, LBS Communications (original prints), Cookie Jar Group (online prints) and BKN (syndicated prints))
  • Woody Woodpecker (since 1940, in conjunction with Walter Lantz Productions (character rights) and Universal Studios (now owned by NBCUniversal)
  • Tom and Jerry (since 1939, in conjunction with MGM Animation)
  • Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1995, in conjunction with Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics (character rights))
  • Superman: The Animated Series (1996-2000, in conjunction with DC Comics (character rights) and Warner Bros. Animation)
  • Magilla Gorilla (1963-1967, in conjunction with Hanna-Barbera)
  • Casper (since 1945, in conjunction with Harvey Entertainment (character rights) and Classic Media)
  • The MitchyToons Show (2009-2014, editorial credit, in conjunction with Harvey Entertainment (character rights) and Classic Media)
  • Popeye (since 1933, distribution only, in conjunction with King Features Syndicate (character rights) and Paramount Cartoon Studios)
  • Spiderman (1966-1973, in conjunction with Marvel Comics (character rights) and Krantz Films)
  • Tom and Jerry Kids (1990-1994, in conjunction with Turner Entertainment (character rights) and Hanna-Barbera)
  • Bobby's World (1990-1998, in conjunction with Film Roman, Alevy Productions and FOX (character rights))
  • George of The Jungle (1967-1970, in conjunction with Ward Productions (character rights) and Classic Media)
  • Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire (1992-1993, in conjunction with DHX Media)
  • Eek! The Cat (1992-1997, in conjunction with Savage Studios, Nelvana and FOX Kids)
  • Mighty Mouse (since 1942, in conjunction with Terrytoons (character rights), CBS Television Distribution and Big Bag Animation Studio)
  • The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show (1983-1986, in conjunction with Mendelson/Melendez Productions (character rights))
  • The Jetsons (1962-1963; 1985-1987, in conjunction with Hanna-Barbera and Worldvision Enterprises (older syndication prints))
  • The Flintstones (1960-1966, in conjunction with Hanna-Barbera)
  • Fat Albert (1972, in conjunction with Filmation and Classic Media)
  • The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show (1980-1981, in conjunction with DC Comics (character rights) and Ruby-Spears Productions)
  • Scooby-Doo (since 1969, in conjunction with Hanna-Barbera)
  • The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show (1959-1964, in conjunction with Ward Productions (character rights) and Classic Media)
  • Heathcliff (1984-1987; 1988, in conjunction with DiC Entertainment, LBS Communications (original prints) and Cookie Jar Group (online prints))
  • The Tom & Jerry Hour (2014-, in conjunction with MGM Animation, Classic Media and Mendelson/Melendez Productions)
  • Roger Ramjet (1965-1966, in conjunction with Pantomine Pictures, Hero Entertainment and Classic Media)
  • George of The Jungle (2007-2008, in conjunction with Classic Media, DHX Media and Bullwinkle Studios)
  • Fred Flintstone and Friends (2014-, in conjunction with Hanna-Barbera, Sony Pictures Television and Zarnia Productions)
  • Family Circus specials (1979-1982, in conjunction with King Features Syndicate (character rights) and Funny Bone Animation)
  • Dudley-Do Right and His Friends (2014-, in conjunction with Ward Productions, Total Television Productions and Classic Media)
  • Rocky and Bullwinkle and The Gang (2014-, in conjunction with Ward ProductionsTotal Television Productions and Classic Media)
  • Rugrats (1991-2004, in conjunction with Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon)
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991-1996, in conjunction with Spümcø and Nickelodeon)
  • Doug (1991-1994; 1996-1999, in conjunction with Jumbo Pictures, Ellipse Programme, Nickelodeon and Disney)
  • AAAHH!!! Real Monsters (1994-1996, in conjunction with Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon)
  • Rocko's Modern Life (1993-1996, in conjunction with Joe Murray Productions, Games Animation and Nickelodeon)
  • Hey Arnold! (1996-2004, in conjunction with Games Animation, Snee-Oosh and Nickelodeon)

Theatrical moviesEdit

ConclusionEdit

Today, most Mitchy B Studios cartoons have scenes that are cutted off such as the Underdog pill with the "U" in it. But as for Rocky & Bullwinkle, some episodes edited out the Aesop and Son segments. The company restored most of the Aesop and Son segments on most episodes.