Warren Foster (Brooklyn, New York, 24 October 1904 – San Clemente, California, December 1971) was a writer, cartoonist and composer of Warner Brothers and later of Hanna-Barbera cartoon Studio.


His career took a turn in 1961 when he began working in Hanna-Barbera where spent five years as a writer of a large number of programs like The Yogi Bear Show and several episodes of The Flintstones, including his latest work in the film A Man Called Flintstone.

Foster studied at Pratt Institute and Brooklyn Tech, joined ASCAP in 1956.