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Subject: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: woops on 03/06/09 at 10:10 pm

There's many cartoon threads, though mostly that spans certain eras



I actually enjoy watching animation from theatrical shorts from the early/mid 20th century to some current prime time animated sitcoms.

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Looney Tunes (ie Bugs & Daffy)
Disney (ie Mickey & Donald)
Lantz (ie Woody Woodpecker & Chilly Willy)
various cartoons from the early/mid 20th century from MGM (Droopy, Tom & Jerry) and Flieschers (some Betty Boop)
"South Park" (not as much anymore)
"Ren  Stimpy"
"Rocko's Modern Life"
"Garfield & Friends"
"Duckman"
"The Simpsons" (early/mid 1990's)
"Family Guy" (early seasons)
"Liquid Television"
"Beavis & Butt-Head"
Peanuts (Charlie Brown & Snoopy)
"Aqua Teen Hunger Force"
"Jetsons"
"Huckleberry Hound" (sometimes)


As a kid: (though not anymore... not saying they're bad but some I've seen haven't stood the test of time)

"Duck Tales" Though based on Carl Barks comics, not sure if the show stands the test of time
"Animaniacs" haven't seen for ages
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"  8-P


Favorite animated films:

"Dumbo"
"Bambi"
"Alice In Wonderland"
"Three Caballeros"
"Lion King"
"Heavy Metal"
"Beavis & Butt-Head Do America"
"Toy Story"
"Surf's Up"
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit"



Current:

"Mighty B!"
"Jimmy Two-Shoes"
"Drinky Crow"


Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 03/06/09 at 10:46 pm

I would have to say that my two top favorites are: Scooby-Doo and Spongebob Squarepants.

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: coqueta83 on 03/06/09 at 10:56 pm

Some of my favorites -

Scooby Doo, Where Are You?
Top Cat
Looney Tunes
Smurfs
Alvin and the Chipmunks
Garfield and Friends
Muppet Babies


Favorite Disney animated films -

Cinderella
Bambi
Lady and the Tramp
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
The Aristocats
The Jungle Book
Pinocchio
The Lion King
Beauty and the Beast

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: Frank on 03/06/09 at 10:57 pm


There's many cartoon threads, though mostly that spans certain eras



I actually enjoy watching animation from theatrical shorts from the early/mid 20th century to some current prime time animated sitcoms.

http://toolooney.goldenagecartoons.com/fortiesbugsclip.gif



Looney Tunes (ie Bugs & Daffy)
Disney (ie Mickey & Donald)
Lantz (ie Woody Woodpecker & Chilly Willy)
various cartoons from the early/mid 20th century from MGM (Droopy, Tom & Jerry) and Flieschers (some Betty Boop)
"South Park" (not as much anymore)
"Ren  Stimpy"
"Rocko's Modern Life"
"Garfield & Friends"
"Duckman"
"The Simpsons" (early/mid 1990's)
"Family Guy" (early seasons)
"Liquid Television"
"Beavis & Butt-Head"
Peanuts (Charlie Brown & Snoopy)
"Aqua Teen Hunger Force"
"Jetsons"
"Huckleberry Hound" (sometimes)


As a kid: (though not anymore... not saying they're bad but some I've seen haven't stood the test of time)

"Duck Tales" Though based on Carl Barks comics, not sure if the show stands the test of time
"Animaniacs" haven't seen for ages
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"  8-P


Favorite animated films:

"Dumbo"
"Bambi"
"Alice In Wonderland"
"Three Caballeros"
"Lion King"
"Heavy Metal"
"Beavis & Butt-Head Do America"
"Toy Story"
"Surf's Up"
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit"



Current:

"Mighty B!"
"Jimmy Two-Shoes"
"Drinky Crow"




Bugs Bunny is the King. Nothing...NOTHING beats Bugs bunny.

I also like the Simpsons (early to late 90's)
Scooby Doo
Wacky Races
Claude the Cat (with Hubie and Berty) back in the 50's...a classic as well
Ultraman
Underdog

OK..really showing my age here, aren't I  ;)

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: Step-chan on 03/06/09 at 11:13 pm

Garfield and Friends
Super Mario Super Show
Captain N(Early seasons, last one was meh...)
Mega Man(Mainly first season)
Scooby Doo(without Scrappy Doo)
Looney Tunes & Tev Avery cartoons
Tazmania
Beavis and Butt-head
South Park(I haven't watch this in awhile)
The Simpsons(Earlier seasons)

Animated Movies:

Aladdin
The Lion King
Three Caballeros
Who framed Roger Rabbit
Shrek
Lilo & Stitch

Off the top of my head. I'll refrain from posting any anime series.

I remember watching alittle of a animated cartoon called Game Over:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_Over_(TV_series)


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0397149/

Not the best cartoon example, but I liked watching it for the gaming references and the general cheesiness in it. Too bad it was cancelled really quick.

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: snozberries on 03/07/09 at 12:06 am

NEVER MISS!
Jem and the Holograms
As Told by Ginger
Pepper Ann
Weekenders
Recess
Danny Phantom
Static Shock
King of the Hill
The Simpsons
Hey Arnold

FREQUENTLY ENJOY!
A Pup Named Scooby Doo
Freakazoid
certain parts of Animaniacs -
Zeta Project
Flintstones

WATCH BECAUSE THEY ARE ON! and they entertain me to some degree.....
Spongebob
Fairly Odd Parents


then the classics that are harder to come by
Funky Phantom
Jabber Jaw
The Clue Club
The Chan Clan
and most of the mystery type cartoons that came out in the late 70s

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: Frank on 03/07/09 at 12:29 am


then the classics that are harder to come by
Funky Phantom
Jabber Jaw
The Clue Club
The Chan Clan
and most of the mystery type cartoons that came out in the late 70s


The amazing Chan!!
Funky Phanton was good too

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: woops on 03/12/09 at 4:02 pm

"Heckle & Jeckle" were also good

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: Dagwood on 03/12/09 at 6:09 pm

I love the old school cartoons.  My dad and I used to watch them on Saturday mornings when I was younger.  He enjoyed them until the day he died.

Bugs Bunny
Jabber Jaw
Speed Buggy
Hong Kong Phoey
Underdog
Mighty Mouse
Bullwinkle

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: Reynolds1863 on 03/12/09 at 6:49 pm

TV cartoons

The Hairy Bear Bunch
Richie Rich
Looney Tunes
Strawberry Shortcake (80's version of course)
Smurfs
Peanuts
Inspector Gadget
Fat Albert
Toonerville Trolley


Animated films or TV specials

Most anything by Rankin-Bass
Fox and the Hound (Disney)
Almost any cartoon Christmas special
Bambi
Adventures of Robin Hood (Disney)

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: anabel on 03/16/09 at 2:25 pm

Fosters Home For imaginary Friends is one of my favorites of the last 10 years at least! I have the 1st 2 seasons on dvd, working on the rest as they are technically over now.

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: Step-chan on 03/16/09 at 3:17 pm

I forgot about Hong Kong Phooey, Hair Bear Bunch and Inspector Gadget. I loved watching those.

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: woops on 04/05/09 at 12:42 pm

"Penguins of Madesgascar" is OK

Though whatever happened to the wooden doll and how did King Julien end up at the zoo?

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: anabel on 04/05/09 at 3:47 pm

I was wondering that too-we saw M2 in the theatre, and I think near the end of the movie I was so ready to go, I didn't pay attention to the end! I think he's really annoying-but I did love the episode where he thought Maurice was frozen in the camera. That one did make me laugh a bit-my son loves to watch it.  If the same episode is on 4 times in a week, he still wants to watch it.  ::)

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: woops on 12/04/09 at 12:57 pm




Current:

"Mighty B!"
"Jimmy Two-Shoes"
"Drinky Crow"




"Jimmy Two Shoes" has more miss than hits. "Drinky Crow" & "Mighty B!" had a few semi-decent episodes, but most of the time tries too hard to be funny... Though "Mighty B" had great background animation.

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: DJ Blaze on 12/04/09 at 4:32 pm

Besides anime, I like Spongebob, Fanboy and Chum Chum, and Rollbots.

Subject: Re: Favorite Cartoons

Written By: Step-chan on 12/10/09 at 10:08 pm

Never heard of the latter three. ^

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