Paramount Pictures Cartoon Studios and later, Paramount Cartoon Studios operated under the name of "Famous Studios" from 1943 - 1956. The studio was the successor to Fleischer Studios and continued producing the inherited Popeye cartoons. Later the studio developed such star characters as Little Lulu, Casper, Herman and Katnip and Baby Huey until the characters and rights were sold to "Harvey Comics" in 1959. The 1960's saw Paramount develop Swifty and Shorty as well as producing Popeye, Krazy Kat, Snuffy Smith, and Beetle Bailey for King Features television syndication package. In late 1967, with theatrical cartoons in decline, Paramount shut down its animation studio
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Famous Studios (renamed Paramount Cartoon Studios in 1956) was the first animation division of the film studio Paramount Pictures from 1942 to 1967. Famous was founded as a successor company to Fleischer Studios, after Paramount seized control of the aforementioned studio and ousted its founders, Max and Dave Fleischer, in 1941. The studio's productions included three series started by the Fleischers—Popeye the Sailor, Superman, and Screen Songs—as well as Little Audrey, Little Lulu, Casper the Friendly Ghost, Honey Halfwitch, Herman and Katnip, Baby Huey, and the anthology Noveltoons series. The Famous name was previously used as Famous Players Film Company, one of several companies which in 1912 became Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, the company which founded Paramount Pictures. Paramount's music publishing branch, which held the rights to all of the original music in the Fleischer/Famous cartoons, was named Famous Music.
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