Histeria! Around the World Wide Web
What follows is everything I could find on the Internet about Histeria!
If you have a link you'd like to suggest, send it to me.
The Richard Stone Memorial Page--The music for Histeria! was scored by a
team of composers consisting of Richard Stone, Julie Bernstein, Steve
Bernstein, Tim Kelly, and Gordon Goodwin. Richard Stone, the Supervising
Composer for Histeria! as well as for Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, and
Freakazoid, passed away on March 9, 2001. Visit a memorial page for him
here and listen to some of his music.
KTLA--this site will tell you which Histeria's will air within the next
two weeks. Invaluable if you're trying to complete a Histeria! VHS
collection. You have to search a bit for the section that lists upcoming
episodes, but it's there.
Steven Bernstein--he wrote a great deal of Histeria's music; this is his
personal home page.
Brendan3's page--has two soundfiles and calls Histeria "really cool".
Histeria at Fanfiction.net--I'm not crazy about ff in general, but
I've read a few I liked. Check this place out for Histeria-related fan-
Pocket Bishoujo--a web phenomenon in which players answer questions
about various cartoon characters in order to catch them, much in the
same way one catches Pokemon. This site features a collectible Charity
Cosmo's Factory presents The Toasty Histeria Picture Show--I've been
to 3 or 4 showings of Rocky Horror in my life, so a story like this
is much appreciated.
Subway Toys Article--Info on the kids' meal toys...and yes, I have them
Tiny Toons Titans--a sad and well-written article about animation scoring
Family Wonder--Their reviews, based on viewings of one or two episodes,
give Histeria a "B" grade. Which is funny, because I give their
reviews a solid "D+".
Pepper Mills Shrine--this guy is a regular on the EH message board,
and is very busy constructing a place where we can all worship the
big-mouthed goddess that is Pepper Mills...
KHTV--play a slide puzzle with the image of Froggo!
Kids' WB's Histeria! Site--now, if only clicking on the pictures did
something...and if only they'd put a picture of Charity, Toast, and
World's Oldest Woman up...
Kidscore--...has designated Histeria safe for all viewers. Interesting.
The Dorothy Chandelier Pavilion--A few Histeria-related tidbits,
including some quiz questions.
The Big Cartoon Database--possibly of interest
Ebay--click the link and you'll do a search for Histeria! items on Ebay.
You might find an auction for the Subway toy set if you're lucky.
Michael Dare's Histeria! Page--a former show consultant brings us
unaired demo scripts.
The F.R.O.G.G.O.--It has its problems, but as it stands it's the
web's best guide to the show. Though it never got completed and can be a
bit nit-picky, it's a definite must-read for Histeria 'net-fans.
Deja News--check Usenet for Histeria!-related posts
Yesterday Land--a fine show description and message board
Voice Chasers--run down on the show's voices
Warner Bros. Club--a good discussion list, H! comes up regularly
Startoons - Histeria!--some kind of company resume
IMDb's Histeria! File
HISTERIA! ONLINE!--which seems to have just gone under...rest in peace
The Board of Histeria!--Has now closed down, blaming the bear.
Catholic League--Tee hee hee, you'd think they'd have just a little
shame. Though they might be the reason I've never seen the sketch...
The Yahoo! Club for Histeria!--H! is on Y!...right. Talk with other
Histerians, signing up's easy.
WB Seattle--They've written a great summary of the show
A Frank Welker fan page--a.k.a. Father Time
A Cree Summer fan page--a.k.a. Aka Pella
A Paul Rugg fan page--a.k.a. Nostradamus
A page announcing the show's debut--probably worth seeing
GoClips--has a World's Oldest Woman sound file on it for all you WOW fans
Jump The Shark--a brief whats-it about the show
Sci-Fi Cartoons--they link to me, here I am returning the favor
Fuzzy--lists actors who voiced Histeria characters