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HistoryWarner Bros.-Seven Arts was acquired in 1969 by Kinney National Company, (which had also acquired National Periodicol Publications, later known as DC Comics) who proceeded to delete "Seven Arts" from the company name, reestablishing it as Warner Bros. Due to a financial scandal over its parking operations, Kinney National spun off its non-entertainment assets in 1972 (as National Kinney Corporation) and changed its name to Warner Communications Inc., which has since merged with Time, Inc. to form Time Warner in 1990.
Sound EffectsThe sound effects used in the W7 cartoons were very unusual. Using very small amount of Hanna-Barbera and WB/Looney Tunes sound effects (mostly rarely used sound effects) for some reasons. Mainly because due to the limitations and budget at that time. The film editors were both Hal Geer and Donald A. Douglas (who was also a film editor at Hanna-Barbera Productions).
The closing title remained the same as the DePatie-Freleng Enterprises shorts from 1963-1967.
Most of the cartoons except Norman Normal (1968) used the sound effects. One cartoon The Great Carrot Train Robbery (1969) was very limited on its main sound effects.
- Speedy Ghost to Town (1967)
- Rodent to Stardom (1967)
- Go Away Stowaway (1967)
- Cool Cat (1967)
- Merlin the Magic Mouse (1967)
- Fiesta Fiasco (1967)
- Hocus Pocus Powwow (1968)
- Norman Normal (1968)
- Big Game Haunt (1968)
- Skyscraper Caper (1968)
- Hippydrome Tiger (1968)
- Feud with a Dude (1968)
- See Ya Later Gladiator (1968)
- The Door (1968)
- 3 Ring Wing-Ding (1968)
- Flying Circus (1968)
- Chimp and Zee (1968)
- Bunny and Claude (1968)
- The Great Carrot-Train Robbery (1969)
- Fistic Mystic (1969)
- Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too! (1969)
- Shamrock and Roll (1969)
- Bugged by a Bee (1969)
- Injun Trouble (1969)
- There were plans to make a cartoon series for Rapid Rabbit from "Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too!" as well as a cartoon series adaption of "Mack Sennent’s Keystone Cops," but due to the closure of the cartoon studio in 1969, they were scrapped and never came off the drawing board.