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Hyperion Pictures

Hyperion Pictures
Industry Filmmaking
Founded 1984
Headquarters Los Angeles, California
Key people Thomas L. Wilhite
Willard Carroll
Chris Young
Subsidiaries Hyperion Animation
Jambalaya Studios

Hyperion Pictures (a.k.a. Hyperion Films or Hyperion Studios) is an American film production company founded by Thomas L. Wilhite, who had previously been the head of motion picture and television produced for and owned by Walt Disney Productions, and writer/director Willard Carroll. The company produces both live-action and animated productions such as The Brave Little Toaster and The Runestone.

Hyperion's most recent release is the Musical Romantic comedy Marigold, filmed in India. They are currently producing Carroll's psychological thriller Crawl.

A subsidiary of the company is Jambalaya Studios which has produced black animated television series and feature films such as The Proud Family, Da Boom Crew, Bebe's Kids and The Proud Family Movie.

The company's mascot was Leslie from Itsy Bitsy Spider, who appears in its production logo.

List of notable Hyperion features

Feature films

(TV) - Television film
(DTV) - Direct to video

Short films

Television series

Jambalaya Studios

External links

  • Hyperion Pictures (official site)
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Big Cartoon DataBase


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