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    What is your favourite (all time) animated cartoon and why?

    Mine is South Park at present, It's all rubbish but something appeals to a long lost childish sense of humour.


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    Old school Donald Duck, no doubt.


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    Tom and Jerry. The Dynamic Duo.

    Something about the innate sadism just makes me smile. :-D
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    Ed, Edd & Eddy.

    Because when I watched it I was the same age, appealed the same struggle and the same circumstances of being different to everyone else. Other than that it was hilarious, childish, immature and very stupid. And thats why I like it...
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    Other than that it was hilarious, childish, immature and very stupid. And thats why I like it...
    Well, that explains a lot.
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    Tom and Jerry.

    When you look back at it now, they wouldnt get away with it these days!
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    Tom and Jerry.

    When you look back at it now, they wouldnt get away with it these days!
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    Foster's home for imaginary friends weeee
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    Tom and Jerry still work for me...
    Donald and his friends,Goofy and so forth...
    Chip and Dale ^

    so many..And South Park is just brilliant.
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    ^ oh my god.

    I cannot stand that bird! He never never never lets itself to be caught

    At least Tom and Jerry were friends from time to time. Meep Meep has to DIE!
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    MEEP MEEP
    Om mani padme hum

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    ^ mommaaa....just killed a man...put a gun against his head...pulled the trigger, now he's dead....

    lmao
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    I'm positive he was caught once. I'm adamant he was. I'm sure when that happened road runner got away and said:

    MEEP MEEP!

    Then I'm sure coyote said:

    BEEP BEEP!
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    Duck Dodgers

    "You really only hear what you want to hear don't you?"

    "Sure, I'd love a milk shake."

    And Foghorn Leghorn.

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    Tom and Jerry :-D :-D :-D poor Tom
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    Donald Duck and the 2 chipmunks is one of my all time favorites
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    My favorites Cartoons is Tom & Jerry and Doreamon..................
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    All of the Animaniacs (including Pinky and the Brain). Always had a soft spot for Slappy Squirrel...
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    Atlantis the Lost Empire was my favorite animated movie. I was an artistic kid and I would draw the stone heads that revolved around the giant crystal. For some reason, I found the magic crystal beautiful in the way that inspires awe. Of course I didn't think it like that when I was a kid but that's how I felt.

    I was in the classic Cartoon Network era with the Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Ed-Edd-and-Eddy, and even the old ScoobyDoo programs that were aired. Scooby Doo was always my favorite, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quantime View Post
    I'm positive he was caught once. I'm adamant he was. I'm sure when that happened road runner got away and said:

    MEEP MEEP!

    Then I'm sure coyote said:

    BEEP BEEP!
    Yes, the coyote caught the roadrunner once:

    Coyote catches Road Runner - YouTube
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    please delete duplicate post.
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    Itchy & Scratchy, part of the Simpsons...a cartoon within a cartoon!
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    Without a doubt Tintin was my favourite television show as a child.
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    Probarbly The Coyote, or Wile E Coyote and Road Runner to give it it's full title, that just seemed really funny when I was a kid.
    I just liked the way whatever insane plan coyote came up with it always backfired on him.
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    The Gerald McBoing-Boing Show (1956–1957)
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    the concept of using sound effects instead of words, and still communicating was totally delightfull
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    The Jetsons were very entertaining, where's my flying car!!!

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    Foghorn leghorn is awesome. I say..that's a joke son....a flag waver.
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    'Dangermouse' by far, he's like James Bond in a jumpsuit, but a mouse. Here's the Wiki entry for those who don't know who he is:

    Danger Mouse (TV series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Winnie The Pooh, Dennis the Menace
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    Sylvester The Cat show
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    I wonder what cartoon the Duck likes? As for myself, I enjoyed Ed, Edd, & Eddy, mostly because they spent their lives doing pointless things in an attempt to screw over everyone else, and because I relate to Ed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kukhri View Post
    Old school Donald Duck, no doubt.
    Same.
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    Growing up it was between "Space Ghost" and "Jonny Quest".
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    I think Southpark is great today...but according to the claim that you never love things the way you loved them as a kid
    I have to say the old Donald Duck stuff.

    Oh...and special thanks to:
    "Water ship down" and "Blown with the wind" which are STILL the movies that scared me most.
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    Adventure Time.

    A weird cartoon I get to watch when my granddaughter visits.

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    The Tick !

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    If you like "The Tick," you might have enjoyed "Freakzoid." It was uh... Total madness.
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    For me I think it is a toss up between south park and Phineas and Ferb. Dr Doofenshmirtz is awesome. If I could get my hands on a lab coat I'd be as dangerous as he is.

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    I've recently started watching the Venture Bros. Pretty sweet show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    If I could get my hands on a lab coat I'd be as dangerous as he is.
    I have a couple of spare ones I no longer require...
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    Toss up....Road Runner and Mighty Mouse!
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post
    Toss up....Road Runner and Mighty Mouse!
    You should keep your sexual fantasies to yourself.


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    Did you ever watch the live action version? Only ran 9 episodes, but it was pretty good. Patrick Warburton was perfectly cast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
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    Did you ever watch the live action version? Only ran 9 episodes, but it was pretty good. Patrick Warburton was perfectly cast.
    Not watched it yet - but I have it somewhere in my collection.
    Maybe I'll dig it out this weekend and watch it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post
    Toss up....Road Runner and Mighty Mouse!
    You should keep your sexual fantasies to yourself.


    My choices:
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    Oh heavens, that is just the TIP of that iceberg!
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    Jimmy Neutron because it's about friendship and science! I'm surprised nobody mentioned this one, but it's not very old. I enjoy some soviet cartoons too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sculptor View Post
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    I like hey Arnold and back at the barnyard
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    I know it's kind of kliche , but Tom & Jerry are my all time favourite..

    Scooby Dooby do ( the old one)
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    Popeye the old one
    South Park
    I liked almost every cartoon that was made by Disney..
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    Dexter's Laboratory.



    When I was a child and watched the adventures of Dexter in his laboratory, I wished that I could work in a laboratory, wear a lab coat and conduct all kinds of crazy science experiments when I grew up.
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    Tom and Jerry

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    My favorite cartoon is Doraemon, It is a Japanese cartoon.
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    im real cartoon lover... I like all of them... especialy classic ones Donald duck bugs bunny tom and jerry (and all their friends) but I most like Sylvester but also Disney like robin hood ... the new cartons of the last 10 years I don't like the only one courage the cowardly dog
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    She-Ra: Princess of Power is my favourite cartoon.
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    Along with name f cartoon series please post one photo and tell us about why they are special. at least some small details. it will help us to unerstand small children in our houses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sir ir r aj View Post
    Along with name f cartoon series please post one photo and tell us about why they are special. at least some small details. it will help us to unerstand small children in our houses.
    his face is skull because he got acid on his face its badass villain with awesome laugh
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