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What is your favorite all-time cartoon?


It's a question posed to us every so often but we never think about it enough. If you had a moment, what is your very favorite cartoon of all time?

 

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    I try to think up ones I love answering. The Looney bunch was the most iconic. They are the Three Stooges of the cartoon world, funny in any decade. To this day I crack up any time Brian and Stewie do an episode.

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    Bugs and Yosemite Sam were my favorite combo. The early Simpsons are iconic and groundbreaking. Tom & Jerry were on a level all their own for awhile.

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    It's a bummer to me. After Spongebob and Fairly Odd Parents I think Nick Toons have kind of taken a step back. They need a fresh influx of new stuff.

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Chip and Dale! Rescue Rangers. Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Chip and Dale, when there's danger!

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    All good choices. Flintstones was the mainstay for a long time.

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    Porky Pig as Friar Tuck. That is a terrific episode. I'm always partial to the classic Rabbit Season-Duck Season ones between him and Bugs.

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    Yeah, a lot of the Looney cartoon shorts would be considered politically incorrect these days. That should not lessen their greatness though. Quickdraw is actually a big time favorite of my father.

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    Hey, I don't care if you're 80 years old. Everybody is young at heart. There is never a bad age to watch cartoons. I was never into the Star Wars cartoon, but heard good things.

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    Oh, I love those two. I'm stunned they never got a show of their own after how much success Garfield had.

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    EJ Lambert 4 years ago

    Haven't had the pleasure of Invader. I loved Rugrats though I was partial to Doug. Garfield is still one of my all time favorites.