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Denver and Delilah Animation is an American animation studio that serves as the animation division of Springbok Productions, that is focused on creating animated film and television projects. It got its start in 2001 with the release of Aqua Teen Hunger Force on Adult Swim, and has established itself as a massive player in the field. Among its notable other projects are Dragon's Lair, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Rick and Morty, Solar Opposites, Metalocalypse, BoJack Horseman, Code Lyoko and The Addams Family.

Filmography[]

Animated shows[]

Current Programming[]

Running Since Title Creator(s) Co-Production Company(s) Network Notes
2000 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis Williams Street Animation Adult Swim
2002 Schoolhouse Rock! David McCall Disney-ABC Television Group, Disney-ABC Domestic Television ABC
Liberty's Kids Kevin O'Donnell and Michael Maliani DIC Entertainment Corporation, Melusine Productions PBS
2005 Squidbillies Jim Fortier and Dave Willis Williams Street Animation Adult Swim
2013 Rick and Morty Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions!, Harmonious Claptrap, Starburns Industries (Season 1–2) Green Portal Productions (Season 4–present) Adult Swim
2016 Captain Planet [ERROR] Syndication
2017 Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure Chris Sonnenburg & Shane Prigmore Disney Television Animation, Disney-ABC Television Group, Disney-ABC Domestic Television Disney Channel
Roger Rabbit's Toontown Follies [ERROR] Amblin Television, ImageMovers, Disney-ABC Television Group, Disney-ABC Domestic Television ABC
2019 Tuca and Bertie Lisa Hanawalt ShadowMachine Blockbuster Entertainment
2020 Horsin' Around Raphael Bob-Waksberg ABC, ABC Classic Entire series available on Blockbuster
Mr. Peanutbutter's House NBC
Solar Opposites Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions, Important Science Productions, 20th Century Fox Television, 20th Television Blockbuster Entertainment
Crossing Swords John Harvatine IV and Tom Root Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, Sony Pictures Television
YOLO: Crystal Fantasy Michael R. Cusack Princess Pictures

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Adult Swim
Animaniacs Tom Ruegger Amblin Television, Warner Bros. Animation, Warner Bros. Television Blockbuster Entertainment
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Former Programming[]

Title Creator(s) Ran From Co-Production Company(s) Network Notes
Avatar: The Last Airbender Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko 2005–2010 Nickelodeon
Metalocalypse Brendon Small and Tommy Blacha 2006–2017 Titmouse, Inc. Adult Swim
Titan A.E. Don Bluth and Brian Helgeland 2007 HBO Entertainment, Playtone, 20th Century Fox Television, 20th Television HBO Miniseries
Spaceballs: The Animated Series Mel Brooks 2006–[ERROR] Brooksfilms, Berliner Film Company, Fantasy Prone Interactive, G4 Media, MGM Television Syndication
Chaos Town [ERROR] 2011–2016 Disney-ABC Television Group, Disney-ABC Domestic Television
BoJack Horseman Raphael Bob-Waksberg 2014–2023 ShadowMachine Blockbuster Entertainment
Star vs. the Forces of Evil Daron Nefcy 2015–2019 Disney Television Animation, Disney-ABC Television Group, Disney-ABC Domestic Television Disney Channel
The Legend of Korra Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko 2015–2017 Nickelodeon
The World of the Avatar 2017 Miniseries
The BoJack Horseman Show Raphael Bob-Waksberg 2020 ShadowMachine Blockbuster Entertainment 2 season limited series, also aired on ABC
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Animated films[]

Year Title Director Co-Production Company(s) Distributor(s)
2002 Dragon's Lair Don Bluth Playtone and 20th Century Fox Animation 20th Century Fox
2004 The Polar Express Robert Zemeckis Castle Rock Entertainment, Shangri-La Entertainment, ImageMovers, Playtone Warner Bros.
2006 Space Ace Don Bluth New Line Cinema
2007 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Matt Maiellero and Dave Willis Williams Street Animation Warner Bros.
2011 Rango Gore Verbinski Nickelodeon Movies, Blind Wink Productions, GK Films Paramount Pictures
2012 The Pirates! Band of Misfits Peter Lord Aardman Animations, Sony Pictures Animation Columbia Pictures
2015 Shaun the Sheep Movie Mark Burton and Richard Starzak Aardman Animations StudioCanal
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Sequel Movie Film Entitled “Death Fighter” Matt Maiellero and Dave Willis Williams Street Animation Warner Bros.
2016 Ferngully: The Way Home Bill Kroyer 20th Century Fox
2017 Who Cancelled Roger Rabbit? Robert Zemeckis Amblin Partners, Reliance Entertainment, ImageMovers Touchstone Pictures
2019 The Addams Family Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan Bron Creative, Whalerock Industries, The Jackal Group, Cinesite Animation, Nitrogren Studios Canada (US) United Artists Releasing

(International) MGM

2020 A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon Richard Phelan and Will Becher Aardman Animations StudioCanal
Aqua Teen Hunger Force End of Movie Trilogy Entitled “Meatwad’s Millions” Matt Maiellero and Dave Willis Williams Street Animation Warner Bros.
2021 The Addams Family 2 Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan Bron Creative, Whalerock Industries, The Jackal Group, Cinesite Animation, Nitrogren Studios Canada (US) United Artists Releasing

(International) MGM

2022 Spellbound [ERROR FAILED TO DISPLAY] Paramount Animation, Skydance Animation Paramount Pictures
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See also[]

External links[]

Categories: Springbok | American animation studios | Television production companies of the United States | American companies established in 2001 | 2001 establishments in California | Entertainment companies established in 2001 | Companies based in Los Angeles

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