Like most of these shows, the Beatles did not do their own voices. Here they were voiced by legendary American voice over artist Paul Frees (John and George) and British actor Lance Percival (Paul and Ringo). Each episode featured a sing along "music video" featuring a real Beatles song.
Jerry Lewis (Will the Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down) -ABC 1970 - 1972
The Harlem Globetrotters - CBS 1970 - 1972
Globetrotter George "Meadowlark" Lemon was the only member of the team to actually perform in this show. Other voices were performed by legendary actors Eddie Rochester Anderson and Scatman Crothers. Merchandise linked to this show include candy, a comic book, a game, and a soundtrack album produced by Rock Legend Don Kirshner.
Jackson 5ive - ABC 1971 - 1973
Other than their actual songs, the Jackson 5ive were voiced by other peformers. Insert your own Michael Jackson joke here_____________________.
The Osmonds - ABC 1971-1973
The Osmonds provided their own voices for this show. Donny Osmond owns the rights and he hopes to release the show on DVD some day (please let it be soon!)
Bill Cosby (Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids) -CBS 1972 - 1984
Hey Hey Hey! Based on characters created by Bill Cosby in his stand up routine, this long-runnng Emmy-nominated series spawned a number of prime time specials, a comic book series and a 2004 live action Film. Bill actually provided a number of the voices on the show.
Muhammad Ali (I Am the Greatest - the Adventures of Muhammad Ali) -NBC 1977
Short lived (4 months) series voiced by the champ himself.
Gary Coleman (the Gary Coleman Show) - NBC 1982-1983
Based on Gary's 1982 made-for-TV movie the Kid with the Broken Halo, Gary actually voiced his character (playing an apprentice angel who helps a different child in each episode.
Mister T - NBC 1983-1986
How awesome were the 80s? Mister T had his own cartoon show! Not only that - he appeared in a live-action intro to each episode.
Hulk Hogan et al (Hulk Hogan's Rock n Wrestling) - CBS 1985-1987
Cashing in on the Rock and Wrestling craze of the mid 1980's this show featured animated versions of the entire WWF stable. The voices were all performed by actors (Everybody Loves Raymond's Brad Garrett starred as the voice of Hogan)
New Kids on the Block - ABC 1990-1991
By the time this show aired by Saturday Morning cartoon watching days were long over and I can honestly say I've never seen it, have no idea what its about and to tell you the truth, don't really want to know...