Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures is a 1990 animated television series made by Hanna-Barbera and it was based on the 1989 live action film, following the misadventures of two time-travelling slackers as they travel into the distant past and future. It is part of the Bill & Ted franchise.
For the second season in 1991, the animated series switched production companies and networks, now airing on Fox Kids, and produced by DIC Entertainment. As Fox was also planning on airing a new live-action version series with the same name, the cast was replaced, and the leads were now voiced by Evan Richards and Christopher Kennedy, the actors who respectively portrayed Bill and Ted on the short-lived 1992 live-action television series. The new episodes introduced a "Squint" phone booth that could take Bill and Ted into literature, television shows, and (after shrinking them) inside the human body. The new show had trouble catching on, and after one more season, the animated Bill & Ted series was cancelled.
Hanna-Barbera version (1990)
- Keanu Reeves – Ted "Theodore" Logan
- Alex Winter – Bill S. Preston, Esq.
- George Carlin – Rufus
- Bernie Casey – Mr. Ryan
- Danny Cooksey – Deacon Logan
- Peter Renaday – Detective Logan
The voice director for the 1990 Hanna-Barbera version of the series was Gordon Hunt.
DiC version (1991)
- Evan Richards – Bill S. Preston, Esq.
- Christopher Kennedy – Theodore "Ted" Logan
- Tara Charendoff – Mary Jane
- Rick Overton – Rufus
The voice director for the 1991 DiC version of the series was Greg Morton.