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''The Snorks'' is an animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera which ran on NBC from September 15th, 1984, to May 13th, 1989. The series was created by Belgian cartoonist Nic Broca as a competitor of ''The Smurfs'', after Broca went into troubles with Peyo, author of the original Belgian ''Smurfs'' comics. Before that, a '''three-minute pilot was produced'''.
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'''''The Snorks''''' is an animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera which ran on NBC from September 15th, 1984, to May 13th, 1989. The series was created by Belgian cartoonist Nic Broca as a competitor of ''The Smurfs'', after Broca went into troubles with Peyo, author of the original Belgian ''Smurfs'' comics. Before that, a '''three-minute pilot was produced'''.
  
 
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==See Also==
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*[[Boss Cat (found British opening and ending titles of "Top Cat" animated series; 1962-1989)]]
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*[[CBS Storybreak "What Happened in Hamelin" (lost episode from animated series; 1987)]]
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*[[Dastardly & Muttley - Operation: Pigeon Pursuit (lost build of unreleased PlayStation 2 video game; 2007-2008)]]
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*[[Fender Bender 500 (partially found episodes of "Wacky Races" reboot animated series; 1990s)]]
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*[[Jetsons: The Movie "Gotcha" (partially found full version of song from Hanna-Barbera animated film; 1990)]]
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*[[Jetsons: The Movie - Janet Waldo performance (lost audio of animated film; 1988-1989)]]
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*[[Jokebook (partially found Hanna-Barbera animated series; 1982)]]
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*[[Return of the Bunjee (lost ABC Weekend special; 1985)]]
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*[[Rock Odyssey (partially lost Hanna-Barbera animated film; 1987)]]
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*[[Showbiz Pizza's Yogi Bear and Boo Boo Showtape (found animatronic audio showtape; 1987)]]
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*[[The Banana Splits Adventure Hour (partially found Hanna Barbera live action-animated TV series; 1968-1969)]]
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*[[The Flintstones (cancelled Seth MacFarlane reboot of animated series; 2013)]]
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*[[The Flintstones Movie (partially found Sega Channel exclusive build of 2D movie tie-in platformer; 1995)]]
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*[[The Funny World of Fred and Bunni (partially found live-action/animated variety show pilot; 1978)]]
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*[[The Hanna-Barbera Happy Hour (partially found NBC comedy variety show; 1978)]]
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*[[The Moxy Show (partially found episodes of CGI anthology series; 1993-2000)]]
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*[[The New Teen Titans "Just Say No!" (partially lost Hanna-Barbera anti-drug animated PSA; 1983)]]
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*[[The Ruff and Reddy Show (found episodes of NBC Hanna-Barbera animated series; 1957-1960)]]
  
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The snorks title.jpg

The series' title card.

Status: Partially Found

The Snorks is an animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera which ran on NBC from September 15th, 1984, to May 13th, 1989. The series was created by Belgian cartoonist Nic Broca as a competitor of The Smurfs, after Broca went into troubles with Peyo, author of the original Belgian Smurfs comics. Before that, a three-minute pilot was produced.

The Pilot[edit | edit source]

Not much is really known about the pilot. It featured two unknown Snorks (most likely background characters) that didn't apparently make it into the show.

The pilot was never fully shown to the public. Clips from it can be seen in a promotional spot they had for the NBC Saturday Morning kids' block with Alvin and the Chipmunks singing. It had clips from various shows including The Snorks.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

The 1983 NBC promo, featuring clips from the pilot.

See Also[edit | edit source]