I just got a DVD full of Paramount cartoons from the 1960s via Jerry Beck. He's right, this was probably the most interesting era as far as Paramount cartoons go.
Here are some I uploaded. One of the series Paramount attempted was Honey Halfwitch, apparently "half wizard, half girl", according to the theme song (good luck trying to get that out of your head.).
Halfway through the series the character's design was changed. I'm not sure which one I like better. What do you think?
However, the biggest highlights of the DVD wern't actually made by Paramount; they only distributed it. These highlights are the Nudnik cartoons directed by Gene Deitch. For a late 1960s American animation, Nudnik was a rarity in that it was very heavy on slapstick. Technically the series wern't made in America at all; they were done in Czechoslovakia, which were contracted to Paramount via Bill Snyder's Rembrandt Films. Here's one of the shorts: