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Interview with Fred Seibert

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From Joe Strike on "Seibert is the guy who ran Hanna-Barbera for Turner & came up with the What A Cartoon project. He also gave the go-ahead to 2 furry shows, 2 Stupid Dogs (which I really liked) & Swat Kats that did an el floppo once on the air.

His company is now producing Chalk Zone & Fairly Oddparents for Nickelodeon. I'm really lucky the Animation World News website sent me to talk to him, because it was drop-dead fascinating to talk to someone this influential in the animation biz. Anyway, if you've got some time to kill & want to give it a read (this is only the *first part* of the interview, by the way), it's at:"


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