Too many to name.. Man just thinking about it brings me back to my childhood of hong kong fooey, teenage mutant ninja turtles, batman, underdog.... Man time flies doesn't it? The ones I named were my absolute favorites. When I got a little older, I liked doug.
Aizen Souske... (Bleach Anime)
and list goes on...
I might be biased since I had the pleasure of interviewing him before he passed away (as highlighted in my Hubs) but favorite was Elmer Fudd. He was a complex man who loved lived life to the fullest
I have to Go Disney all the way! Alice, Sleeping Beauty, GusGus (from Cinderella), Mushu (from Mulan) ....the list really would be endless
Pepe LePew - this was one horney skunk with a bit of an ego problem.. I swear, this deranged beast would screw a monkey if it had the opportunity. Besides that, he's French. That should say enough right there...
I would dream about him getting blown up by Wile E. Coyote in one of his psychopathic schemes. Still, as a kid, I always liked his style - to be able to walk up to any chick and whip out a few smooth lines.. I learned quickly that it simply wasn't that easy.
I have tons of favorites. I liked Droopy, and MisterJaw (remember him?), and Thundarr the Barbarian with his lightsaber rip-off SunSword.
But my favorite ones were the Tex Avery ones that didn't seem to have recurring characters (except perhaps Droopy). Nobody did pure, mindless silliness like Tex.
Of course, on viewing his work as an adult, many of his cartoons have an element of racism or sexism that make them decidedly un-funny. But as for the ones that don't, dang, they're still hilarious.
My favorite cartoon quote of all time:
Cow: "MOO! MOO! MOO,MOO! MOO!"
Rancher: "What!? A dirty homesteader fenced in our waterhole in Red Rock Canyon!?"
Brian the Dog from Family Guy and Bobby Hill from King of the Hill and of course, Homer Simpson.
Fred Flinstone for me.
By the way, Getitrite, that's a great pic of Simon Bar Sinister. I loved the old Underdog cartoon!
Tom & Jerry,Alice,Gummy Bears,Pingu,Uncle scrooge and many more
Huckleberry Hound-I think he was continually high. Happily so...
All the Dysney cartoon characters and Homer J.
Homer J for president!
Haha! Nice question...
hmmmm... I like almost all
But Tom % Jerry Especially Jerry!
Well I guess I will start with what is on TV today. In Order.
1. Stewie Griffen....Family Guy
2. Brian The Dog.....Family Guy
3. Roger the alien...American Dad
4. Homer Simpson.....Simpsons
5. Peter Griffen.....Family Guy
Favorite new shows in order
1. Family guy
2. American Dad
4. The Cleveland Show
5. Beavis and Butthead
5. King of the hill
All those crazy Loon Toons
1. Buggs Bunny
2. Daffy Duck
3. Elmer fudd
4. Foghorn Leghorn
5. Sylvester the cat
6. Yosimeti Sam
7. Tweety Bird
8. Wile E. Coyote.
9. Pepe Le Pew
10. Tasmanian Devil
Favorite shows growing up
1. Loony Tunes/ buggs bunny show.
2. The Flintstones
3. The Jetsons (gotta love Astro!)
4. Scooby Doo. (Faves Scooby and Shaggy)
5. Tom and Jerry
6. Yogi Bear. (Loved Yogi.)
9. Fractured fairy tales. (professer Peabody the dog)
10. Jabber Jaws!
I'm sure there are probably some I missed. But, those are the ones that come to mind. Saturday was always a good day.
I also left out Thundercats and Woody Wood Pecker.
All the punchlines lead to Daffy. My favorite one is where he is supposed to be Robin Hood. And, he keeps trying to rob someone on a horse and keeps hurting himself, trying to prove that he's Robin Hood.
He ties himself to a rope to swing down and rob the guy on the horse, and swings down and hits every tree along the way, so he gets mad and cuts them all down and tries again. He misses all the trees and smashes face first into a rock. LOL!
But, obviously the best one is Rabbit Season. He keeps getting his beak shot off. Halrious. But, apparently too violent for todays audiences. More than likely too much comp for todays retarded cartoons.
Wile E Coyote, Tweety & Sylvester, Tom & Jerry, Spooky the "tuff" little ghost, + + +
My favorite is our prime minster Sheikh Hasina and the main opposition leader Begum Khaleda Zia.lol
Cartman from South Park.....he's such a fat ass or is he just big boned!
Does anyone remember "Spy vs Spy vs Spy?
How about Rocky and Bullwinkle?
In no particular order:
Popeye (up until the annoyingly saccarin more recent cartoons of the late 80's - early 90's)
Underdog (and the accompanying characters associated with)
Batman (all cartoon incarnations)
Dave the Barbarian
Rocky and Bullwinkle (and all cartoons associated with)
The Marvel Super Heroes (again fom the 60's)
Loony Toons (excluding the "Baby Loony Toons")
The jury is still out on the recent animation forays.
Also, I'm not doing anime as that is more of a different genre in animation than the fare we older farts are accustomed to (ie the Saturday morning lost of sugary ceral in our jim jams sitting in front of the telly)
ok this isn't a classic---well I guess it depends who you are talking to, but Angelica from Rugrats is one of my all time favs Does that make me evil??
Jess Killmenow, Gumby, Calvin and Hobbes, and Animaniacs.
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