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Bugs Bunny
The Flintstones
Popeye
Roadrunner
Scooby Doo
South Park
Turtles
Tom & Jerry
Top Cat
Wacky Races
Other

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Animated Cartoons

These cartoons are all US-originated.  See also The Simpsons and Watch with Mother (the latter covers various UK-originated television programmes for young children, including cartoons).

Creators

Creators of Tom & Jerry, The Flintstones, Yogi Bear, Deputy Dawg, Huckleberry Hound, Pixie & Dixie, Top Cat, Scooby Doo, Wacky Races, Hong Kong Phooey Click to show or hide the answer
Pat Sullivan's most famous creation Click to show or hide the answer
E. C. (Elzie) Segar's most famous creation: first appeared in Segar's Thimble Theatre comic, 1929 Click to show or hide the answer
Creator of Family Guy (and the voice of Peter Griffin) Click to show or hide the answer
Production company behind Looney Tunes – which included Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird (a.k.a. Tweety Pie), Porky Pig, Road Runner Click to show or hide the answer

Bugs Bunny

Creator of Bugs Bunny and Roadrunner Click to show or hide the answer
Dim hunter who never catches Bugs Bunny Click to show or hide the answer
One of Bugs Bunny's regular victims – bad tempered cowboy, huge red moustache Click to show or hide the answer
The only clothes that Bugs Bunny normally wears Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, etc. Click to show or hide the answer
Mel Blanc's epitaph Click to show or hide the answer

The Flintstones

The Flintstones' home town Click to show or hide the answer
Fred Flintstone's wife Click to show or hide the answer
Wilma's maiden name Click to show or hide the answer
Wilma's mother (Fred's mother–in–law) Click to show or hide the answer
Fred & Wilma Flintstone's daughter Click to show or hide the answer
Fred Flintstone's best friend Click to show or hide the answer
Barney Rubble's wife Click to show or hide the answer
Barney and Betty Rubble's abnormally strong adopted son Click to show or hide the answer
Organisation (presumably charitable) that Fred and Barney belong to: the Loyal Order of ... Click to show or hide the answer
Bedrock's newspaper Click to show or hide the answer
The Flintstone's family pet (dinosaur) Click to show or hide the answer
Fred Flintstone's favourite sporting pastime Click to show or hide the answer
What does Fred Flintstone wear around his neck? Click to show or hide the answer

Popeye

Baby that Popeye found in a box on his doorstep, and took in as his ward Click to show or hide the answer
Popeye's sweetheart (and Bluto's!) Click to show or hide the answer
Popeye's father Click to show or hide the answer
Olive Oyl's older brother Click to show or hide the answer
Popeye's hamburger–loving friend: catchphrase "I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today"; believed (by the chain itself) to have given his name to a chain of hamburger restaurants Click to show or hide the answer
Popeye's arch–enemy Click to show or hide the answer
Strange, other–worldly dog–like creature who appeared in some Popeye stories – believed by some to have given his name to the vehicle of the same name Click to show or hide the answer
Tattoo on Popeye's arm Click to show or hide the answer

Roadrunner

Roadrunner's arch–enemy Click to show or hide the answer
Wile E. Coyote's equipment was made by Click to show or hide the answer

Scooby Doo

Scooby Doo's breed Click to show or hide the answer
Scooby Doo's nephew Click to show or hide the answer

South Park

Set in (state) Click to show or hide the answer
Dies in every episode Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of the Chef Click to show or hide the answer

Teenage Mutant Ninja (Hero) Turtles

The four turtles were (in alphabetical order):

Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer

Their favourite food Click to show or hide the answer
Their arch–enemy Click to show or hide the answer
Their martial arts tutor and father figure – a giant anthropomorphic rat Click to show or hide the answer
Their catchphrase: believed to have originated in a 1950s US children's television show (Howdy Doody) where it was used by a Native American character Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer

Tom & Jerry

Producer of Tom & Jerry, up to 1956 – won 7 Oscars Click to show or hide the answer
Dog in Tom & Jerry Click to show or hide the answer

Top Cat (Boss Cat)

Benny the Ball, Choo Choo, Fancy, Spook, The Brain: members of gang led by Click to show or hide the answer
Police officer in Top Cat Click to show or hide the answer

Wacky Races

00Mean Machine 'Fall guys' who never won Click to show or hide the answer
01BouldermobileCavemen Click to show or hide the answer
02Creepy CoupeHad an associate called Dragon Click to show or hide the answer
03Convert–a–Car Scientist in a gadget–laden, boat–shaped car Click to show or hide the answer
04Crimson Haybailer Modelled on Baron von Richthofen Click to show or hide the answer
05Compact PussycatThe only female competitor Click to show or hide the answer
06Army Surplus Special (a.k.a. Surplus Six) Two soldiers in a tank/jeep hybrid Click to show or hide the answer
07Bulletproof Bomb (a.k.a. Roaring Plenty) Gangsters: Clyde, Danny, Kurby, Mac, Ring–A–Ding, Rug Bug Benny, Willy Click to show or hide the answer
08Arkansas Chuggabug Hillbilly and a nervous bear Click to show or hide the answer
09Turbo Terrific Had a crush on Penelope; often stopped to help her Click to show or hide the answer
10Buzz Wagon Lumberjack and beaver, buzzsaws for wheels Click to show or hide the answer

Said to be an amalgamated caricature of the English actor Terry–Thomas, and Professor Tate, the villain played by Jack Lemmon in the 1965 film The Great Race; catchphrase "Drat and double drat!" Click to show or hide the answer
The Perils of Penelope Pitstop: Penelope's arch–enemy Click to show or hide the answer
The Hooded Claw's real name Click to show or hide the answer
Protects Penelope Pitstop against the Hooded Claw Click to show or hide the answer

Other

Stan and Francine Smith, and their children Steve and Hayley, are central characters in Click to show or hide the answer
Created by Mike Judge; first appeared on MTV in 1993 Click to show or hide the answer
Cartoon Network, from 2005: series about a boy (Ben Tennyson) who is given superpowers by a watch–like device called the Omnitrix Click to show or hide the answer
Paramount's voluptuous but innocent female character (1930s) Click to show or hide the answer
Simon, Alvin and Theodore Click to show or hide the answer
Yogi Bear's girlfriend (contrary to the popular, profane "rugby song" which more often has Susie) Click to show or hide the answer
First appeared in Porky's Duck Hunt (1937); catchphrase "You're despicable" (with his characteristic heavy lisp) Click to show or hide the answer
Muskie the Muskrat, Vincent van Gopher, Moley the Mole, Possible Possum: friends of Click to show or hide the answer
Features the Griffin family: Peter (the central and title character), his wife Lois, their children Chris, Meg and baby Stewie, and Brian the talking dog; set in Quahog, Rhode Island Click to show or hide the answer
Lion star of a cartoon version of Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days (a Japanese–Spanish collaboration) Click to show or hide the answer
Amiable but incompetent rooster; catchphrase "I say Son, I say ... "; often seen attempting to woo Miss Prissy, a widowed hen Click to show or hide the answer
Set in New New York; Philip J. Fry, Bender Bending Rodriguez (a robot), Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth and Turanga Leela are characters in Click to show or hide the answer
Alter–ego of Penrod Pooch ("Penry" – often mispronounced Henry) – a mild–mannered police station janitor Click to show or hide the answer
Always singing Clementine Click to show or hide the answer
Hanna–Barbera's space family (24 episodes, 1962–3; revived 1985–7). Echoed the Flintstones; lived in a futuristic "Orbit city" one hundred years into the future; the first programme broadcast in colour on ATV Click to show or hide the answer
Characters: George and Jane, their children
Feline antagonist of Pixie & Dixie – "I hate those meeces to pieces"! Click to show or hide the answer
Set in Arlen, Texas; central character (Henry 'Hank' Hill) is an assistant manager at Strickland Propane Click to show or hide the answer
Amorous skunk that talks like Charles Boyer Click to show or hide the answer
Trade of Super Mario (Nintendo game console character) Click to show or hide the answer
Mister Magoo's first name Click to show or hide the answer
Series featuring a neurotic chihuahua and an intellectually–challenged cat Click to show or hide the answer
Cartoon racing car, races at Silver Hatch Click to show or hide the answer
American Dad: space alien that lives in the loft Click to show or hide the answer
Family Guy: Stewie's teddy bear Click to show or hide the answer
Canine companion of Freddie Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkly, and Norville "Shaggy" Rogers Click to show or hide the answer
Known as 'schlumpf' in Germany, 'Puffo' in Italy, 'Pitufo' in Spain Click to show or hide the answer
Catchphrases "Exit stage left" and "Heavens to Murgatroyd!" Click to show or hide the answer
Dr. Robotnik is the arch enemy of (game console character) Click to show or hide the answer
'Fastest mouse in all Mexico' Click to show or hide the answer
Lives in a pineapple in Bikini Bottom; works at the Krusty Krab seafood restaurant; has a pet snail called Gary; best friend is a starfish called Patrick Click to show or hide the answer
Rocky & Bullwinkle (1959–73)Rocky was a Click to show or hide the answer
Bullwinkle was a Click to show or hide the answer
Narrates the introduction and conclusion to each episode of Roary the Racing Car (former racing driver) Click to show or hide the answer
US–originated food dish, made from sweetcorn and lima beans (or other beans): cited in a catchphrase used by Sylvester the Cat (and other Looney Tunes characters): "Sufferin' ... " Click to show or hide the answer
First appeared on S4C, 1982, in Welsh; Texas Pete is the arch–enemy of; the first British cartoon series to be aired on the Disney Channel in the USA Click to show or hide the answer
Tweety Pie's nemesis Click to show or hide the answer
Group of feline cartoon aliens, led by Lion–O; also include Jaga, Tygra, Panthro, Cheetara Click to show or hide the answer
Fictional wildlife film–making family on Nickelodeon TV: father Nigel, mother Eliza, daughter Debbie (who can talk to animals), Darwin (her pet chimpanzee) and Donnie Click to show or hide the answer
Named after a baseball player (Lawrence 'Yogi' Berra); lived in Jellystone National Park; catchphrase "Smarter than the average bear" Click to show or hide the answer

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