HBO drawn to cartoons, but for adults

Simon, Ellis
October 1996
Electronic Media;10/07/96, Vol. 15 Issue 41, p48
Reports that Home Box Office (HBO) has created an animation production unit which will focus on adult-oriented cartoons. Reason HBO will focus on cartoons for adults; Information on HBO Animation's initial efforts to produce cartoons for adults; Views of Catherine Winder, vice president of HBO Animation.


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