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On-screen title card.
Network: NBC
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
SEPP International S.A.
Original release: September 15, 1984January 14, 1989

Starring: Michael Bell
B.J. Ward
Nancy Cartwright
Brian Cummings
Barry Gordon
Frank Welker
Rob Paulsen
Producer(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Freddy Monnickendam
Music composed by: Hoyt Curtin
Director(s): Carl Urbano
Rudy Zamora
Alan Zaslove
Oscar Dufau
Don Lusk
Art Davis
Bob Goe
John Kimball
Paul Sommer

Snorks is an American animated fantasy television series produced by Hanna-Barbera (H-B) for NBC's Saturday morning children's programming. It ran from 1984 to 1989, airing 65 episodes that spanned four seasons.

The entire series has been released on DVD.




The score was composed by Hoyt Curtin.


Title Number Original air date
"Journey to the Source" / "The New Neighbors" 1x01 September 15, 1984
"Vandal Scandal" / "Das Boot" 1x02 September 22, 1984
"Which Snork Snitched?" / "Hooked on a Feeling" 1x03 September 29, 1984
"Snorkymania" / "Now You Seahorse, Now You Don't" 1x04 October 6, 1984
"Allstar's Allstar Band" / "A Snorking We Will Go" 1x05 October 13, 1984
"Snork Marks the Spot" / "Snorkdance" 1x06 October 20, 1984
"Junior's Secret" / "The Big Scoop" 1x07 October 27, 1984
"The Blue Coral Necklace" / "Up, Up & Awave" 1x08 November 3, 1984
"The Snorkness Monster" / "Snorkin' Surf Party" 1x09 November 10, 1984
"Allstar's Double Trouble" / "A Snork on the Wild Side" 1x10 November 17, 1984
"Me Jo-Jo, You Daffney" / "Fine Fettered Friends" 1x11 November 24, 1984
"Time Out for Sissies" / "The Old Shell Game" 1x12 December 1, 1984
"The King of Kelp" / "Whales Tales" 1x13 December 8, 1984
"Snorkitis is Nothing to Sneeze At" / "The Whole Toot and Nothing But..." 2x01 September 14, 1985
"Chickens of the Sea" / "Never Cry Wolf-Fish" 2x02 September 21, 1985
"A Hard Day's Snork" / "Learn to Love Your Snork" 2x03 September 28, 1985
"Allstar's Freshwater Adventure" / "Dr. Strangesnork" 2x04 October 5, 1985
"It's Just a Matter of Slime" / "Water Friends For?" 2x05 October 12, 1985
"Junior's Octopuppy" / "The Shape of Snorks to Come"" 2x06 October 19, 1985
"Casey and the Doubleheader" / "The Ugly Yuckfish" 2x07 October 26, 1985
"Gills Just Want to Have Fun" / "Guess What's Coming to Dinner!" 2x08 November 2, 1985
"A Sign of the Tides" / "The Littlest Mermaid" 2x09 November 9, 1985
"I Squid You Not" / "The Backwards Snork" 2x10 November 16, 1985
"All's Whale That Ends Whale" / "Allstar's Last Hour" 3x01 September 12, 1987
"A Willie Scary Shalloween" / "Sea Shore Sideshow" 3x02 September 19, 1987
"Snip & Snap" / "Freeze Save Our Town" 3x03 September 26, 1987
"Junior's Empire" / "The Golden Dolphin" 3x04 October 3, 1987
"It's Always Darkest Before the Snork" / "The Sand Witch" 3x05 October 10, 1987
"The Shady Shadow" / "Tooter Loves Tadah" 3x06 October 17, 1987
"Daffney's Ransom" / "Salmon Chanted Evening" 3x07 October 24, 1987
"Reefberry Madness" / "Casey in Sandland" 3x08 October 31, 1987
"Mummy Snorkest" / "A Farewell of Arms" 3x09 November 7, 1987
"Jo-Jo in Control" / "The Day the Ocean Stood Still" 3x10 November 14, 1987
"Chills, Drills and Spills" / "The Longest Shortcut" 3x11 November 21, 1987
"Willie and Smallstar's Big Adventure" / "Taming of the Snork" 3x12 November 28, 1987
"A Snork in a Gilded Cage" / "The Snorkshire Spooking" 3x13 December 5, 1987
"Daffney's Not So Great Escape" / "Willie's Best Fiend" 4x01 September 10, 1988
"Dr. Strangesnork's Bomb" / "Day of the Juniors" 4x02 September 17, 1988
"Ooze Got the Snorks" / "A Starfish is Born" 4x03 September 24, 1988
"The Silly Snorkasaurus" / "Who's Who?" 4x04 October 1, 1988
"Battle of the Gadgets" / "Little Lord Occy" 4x05 October 8, 1988
"Junior's Fuelish Kelp Rush" / "The Boo Lagoon" 4x06 October 15, 1988
"How the Snork Was Won" / "In Junior's Image" 4x07 October 22, 1988
"Robosnork" 4x08 October 29, 1988
"Summer & Snork" 4x09 October 29, 1988
"Allstar's Odyssey" 4x10 November 5, 1988
"In Greed We Trust" 4x11 November 5, 1988
"Jaws Say the Word" 4x12 November 12, 1988
"Prehisnorkic" 4x13 November 12, 1988
"The Wizard of Ice" 4x14 November 19, 1988
"Rhyme and Punishment" 4x15 November 19, 1988
"Big City Snorks" 4x16 November 26, 1988
"Nightmare on Snorkstreet" 4x17 November 26, 1988
"Snorkerella" 4x18 December 3, 1988
"Robin Snork" 4x19 December 3, 1988
"The Daring Young Snork on the Flying Trapeze" 4x20 December 10, 1988
"Snork Ahoy" 4x21 December 10, 1988
"The Story Circle" 4x22 December 17, 1988
"Oh, Brother!" 4x23 December 17, 1988
"The Day They Fixed Junior Wetworth" 4x24 December 31, 1988
"I'll Be Senior" 4x25 December 31, 1988
"The First Snork in Space" 4x26 January 7, 1989
"Wish or Wish Out" 4x27 January 7, 1989
"My Dinner with Allstar" 4x28 January 14, 1989
"All That Glitters is Not Goldfish" 4x29 January 14, 1989


In popular culture

  • In the Family Guy episode "Brian the Bachelor," Chris told Doug, his talking zit, that they were the best pals since the Snorks; cut to Allstar and Casey on a date. Casey likes Allstar for not being like all the other guys who only want sex, but when she accidentally spills wine on the floor and cleans it up, it gives AllStar an erection, which is channeled through his snorkel. Micheal Bell reprises his role of Allstar, while Nancy Cartwright does Casey, instead of Daffney, the character she actually played in the show. In all fairness, Casey and Daffney look pretty similar.
  • In the 2022 Disney+ film Chip and Dale: Rescue Ranger, a bootleg Snork is seen exiting the storage unit.

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