On-screen title card.
|Original release:||September 17―December 10, 1983|
|Run time:||22 minutes|
|Executive producer(s):||William Hanna|
|Music composed by:||Hoyt Curtin|
Gordon Hunt (voices)
The Biskitts is an American animated fantasy-comedy television series produced by Hanna-Barbera (H-B) for CBS' Saturday morning children's programming. It ran in 1983, airing 13 episodes that spanned one season.
The Biskitts are a group of small dogs who are trusted by many kings and queens with their treasures and belongings from over the years, in which they go on many adventures and outwit the wasteful King Max, who of which, seeks to find the royal treasure.
The entire series has been released on DVD.
|Title||Number||Original air date|
|"As the Worm Turns" / "Trouble in the Tunnel"||1x01||September 17, 1983|
|"The Moonpond" / "Fly Me to the Goon"||1x02||September 24, 1983|
|"Dogfoot" / "Up to His Old Tricks"||1x03||October 1, 1983|
|"Spinner's Surprise" / "Two Leagues Under the Pond"||1x04||October 8, 1983|
|"Turnaround Hound" / "A Dark and Stormy Knight"||1x05||October 15, 1983|
|"Around the Swamp in a Daze" / "Rogue Biskitt"||1x06||October 22, 1983|
|"The Golden Biskitt" / "The Bone in the Stone"||1x07||October 29, 1983|
|"Moving Day" / "A Biskitt Halloween"||1x08||November 5, 1983|
|"The Trojan Biskitt" / "Snatched from Snatch"||1x09||November 12, 1983|
|"Belling the Wild Cat" / "King Max's War"||1x10||November 19, 1983|
|"Raiders of the Lost Bark" / "The Princess and the Plea"||1x11||November 26, 1983|
|"The Biskett Who Cried Woof" / "Shecky's Last Laugh"||1x12||December 3, 1983|
|"The Swamp Monster" / "May the Best Biskitt Win"||1x13||December 10, 1983|
- Darryl Hickman as Waggs
- Kathleen Helppie as Sweets
- Jerry Houser as Shiner
- B.J. Ward as Lady
- Bob Holt as Bump and Spinner
- Henry Gibson as Downer
- Jennifer Darling as Wiggle
- Dick Beals as Scat
- Marshall Efron as Mooch
- Ken Mars as King Max
- In the 2021 HBO Max series Jellystone!, the Biskitts make cameos on juice boxes that come from their Biskitt Farms.