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  • World Premiere Toons are where the 1st 3 pilots of Dexter's Laboratory were made.
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  • In the spring of 1996, World Premiere Toons was changed from its ten-minute format into a half-hour program called What A Cartoon! Show.

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Beginning February 26, 1995, each short began to premiere on Sunday nights, promoted as . Every week after the premiere, Cartoon Network showcased a different World Premiere Toons made by a different artist. After an acclimation of cartoons, the network packaged the shorts as a half-hour show titled , featuring reruns of the original shorts but also new premieres.

Beginning February 26, 1995, each short began to premiere on Sunday nights, promoted as . Every week after the premiere, Cartoon Network showcased a different World Premiere Toons made by a different artist. After an acclimation of cartoons, the network packaged the shorts as a half-hour show titled , featuring reruns of the original shorts but also new premieres.

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What a Cartoon! (also known as World Premiere Toons and The What a Cartoon! Show), is an American animation showcase project created for the by Fred Seibert, the original creative director of MTV and Nickelodeon who served as the president of Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc., prior to founding Frederator Studios. The project was produced by and consisted of 48 short cartoons, intended to return creative power to animators and artists, by recreating the atmospheres that spawned the great cartoon characters of the mid-20th century. Each of the 48 short cartoons mirrored the structure of a theatrical cartoon, with each being based on an original storyboard drawn and written by its artist or creator. The series is influential for birthing a slew of original Cartoon Network hits and helping to revive television animation in the 1990s.