The Bob Clampett Show is an animation anthology television program which ran from 2000 to 2001. Produced by the Cartoon Network, it features animated theatrical shorts from the Warner Bros. library that were animated or directed by Bob Clampett, as well as a selection of shorts from the Beany and Cecil animated television series. It originally aired on Cartoon Network and was later added to Adult Swim programming block due to the films being shown uncut, but only aired for a short time. Twenty-six episodes were made in all.
This is the only animated anthology show on Cartoon Network that aired uncut versions of Clampett cartoons that were typically censored on CN and cartoons that hardly received airtime, such as Russian Rhapsody and Bacall to Arms.
The show's opening title sequence was nominated for an Annie Award in 2000 in the category "Outstanding Achievement in An Animated Special Project", but it lost to The Scooby-Doo Project.