Known for his work on The Pink Panther Show (1969), The Jetsons (1962) and The Huckleberry Hound Show (1958).
1956-Walt Disney Productions
Assistant animator- Sleeping Beauty-101 Dalmations Disney Wonderful World of Color TV
Staff writer/storyboard artist-Huckleberry Hound-Yogi Bear The Flintstones-Jetsons-Top Cat-Space Cadets-Touche Turtle-Yakky Doodle-Atom Ant- Secret Squirrel-Hokey Wolf-Ricochet Rabbit-Wally Gator
1968- Tony Benedict Productions
Producer/writer THE EARLY BIRDS theatrical cartoon starring Jonathan
Winters- Producer/writer/director-Theatrical feature SANTA AND THE THREE BEARS Producer/writer/director-GUITAR PICKS AND ROACH CLIPS-theatrical feature film Producer/writer/director SESAME STREET episodes
1970-De Patie-Freleng Productions
Producer-writer-director-Bugs Bunny/Daffy Duck/ Sylvester TV Holiday Specials PINK PANTHER theatrical short films
1997- Warner TV-Free lance storyboards
Tinytoons, Madeline, Bill and Ted Excellent Adventures, TV Series
Producer-Writer-Director-PENCIL ME IN
Career as an animator/cartoonist spans nearly 60 years. In 1954, He started at Walt Disney Productions on the feature Lady and the Tramp. He worked on the iconic spaghetti kissing scene as my indoctrination into the business - Later, He worked at Warner Bros. Cartoon’s infamous Termite Terrace. I worked with Chuck Jones on such classics as “One Froggy Evening” and “What’s Opera Doc?” He joined Hanna-Barbera Productions during the development of The Jetsons and remained for the next 14 years. Flintstones and The Yogi Bear Show were part of his credits.
Television producer, animator, storyboard artist, and character designer, primarily known for his work at Hanna-Barbera Productions and Ruby-Spears Productions.
In 1961, Eisenberg was hired at Hanna-Barbera Productions, run by former MGM cartoon producers William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Here, Eisenberg co-created The Peter Potamus Show, designed the characters on Wacky Races, and worked in layout on programs such as The Jetsons, The Huckleberry Hound Show, Jonny Quest, and Wacky Races. In 1977, Hanna-Barbera alumnae Joe Ruby and Ken Spears started their own studio, Ruby-Spears Productions, and hired Eisenberg, there he created the character designer Fang face for the show The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show.
Eisenberg later worked as a writer, storyboard artist, and/or designer and layout artist for a number of productions at various studios, including Muppet Babies at Marvel Productions and Dilbert (Idbox/Columbia Tri-Star Television). He has also worked on a number of productions for Hanna-Barbera and its successor, Warner Bros. Animation, including Johnny Bravo, Tom and Jerry Kids, and a number of Scooby-Doo direct-to-video films.