Actually, Greengrass Productions was an ABC division from just before they bought DiC, and DiC bought both the ABC pre-Disney and their catalog when they became independent from Disney, which is why it's in the catalog."Bump in the Night" was produced by Danger Productions, in association with Green Grass Productions. DIC (and later Cookie Jar and DHX) only acquired/distributed it.
Dic also co-produced the 1st series of the Mysterious Cities of Gold. They used to be a French company leaded by Jean Chalopin before moving to the United States in the mid-1980s.Two words: Ulysses 31.
DIC was a co-producer. I'm not sure how involved it was with creative decisions. It was a superior series so my guess is that the most of the creative stuff was handled by other studios. Still, if there is any stand-out work in DIC's resume, this is it!
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