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Sunbow Entertainment (formerly known as Sunbow Productions) was an animation and motion picture studio founded in 1980 and owned until 1998 by Griffin-Bacal Advertising in New York City.
Note: Majority of the shows produced by Sunbow Productions were co-produced with Marvel Productions.
|The Great Space Coaster||Children||First-run Syndication||1981–1986|
|Co-production with Metromedia|
|G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero||Animated action||First-run Syndication||1983–1986|
|My Little Pony||Animated||First-run Syndication||1984–1987|
|Transformers||Animated action||First-run Syndication||1984–1987|
|Jem||Animated musical||First-run Syndication||1985–1988|
|Inhumanoids||Animated action||First-run Syndication||1986|
|Potato Head Kids||Animated||First-run Syndication||1986–1987|
|Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light||Animated sci-fi fantasy||First-run Syndication||1987|
|Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars||Animated sci-fi||BBC||1991|
|My Little Pony Tales||Animated||Disney Channel||1992|
|Conan the Adventurer||Animated fantasy||First-run Syndication||1992|
|The Tick||Animated superhero comedy||Fox Kids||1994–1996|