PIC-A-NIC BASKET is four CDs' worth of goodies sure to get toon-lovin' children of the '60s -- and their Cartoon Network-watchin' kids -- singing along. This exhaustive collection of theme songs and sound effects is culled from the vaults of animation legends William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, the creators of "The Flintstones," "The Jetsons," "Jonny Quest," "Yogi Bear," "Huckleberry Hound," "Quick Draw McGraw," "Top Cat," "Snagglepuss," and many more. The 32 pages of liner notes that accompany the set will tell you everything you ever wanted to find out about Hanna-Barbera cartoons and then some. Most people know that Fred Flintstone was inspired by "The Honeymooners"'s Ralph Kramden, but were you aware that hammy feline Snagglepuss's speaking style was modeled on Bert (The Cowardly Lion) Lahr's? Or that one of the first synthesizers ever made was used in music from "The Jetsons"? Heavens to Murgatroid!