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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Alligatorbling, Mar 7, 2018.
My son likes Marvin, so I drew this for him:
Beavis and Butthead is late night comfort food for me.. I just pull out the DVD box sets and let er’ rip.. so good!
Ya know, I gotta throw these two in. Back,what? In the early 2000s I think? I watched these with my youngest son,he loved’em And they were pretty damn funny.....
Mushmouse and Punkin' Puss.
A tie between Underdog and Hong Kong Phooey
Surprised no one has just said "Anything Hentai" lol.
Big fan of Roger Ramjet, Banana Man and Danger Mouse (the original) back-in-the-day.
I believe in the 80's (?) CBS edited a lot of the "violence" out of the Warner Bros. cartoons.
So if you are familiar with most of the Warner's the punch lines were essentially taken out.
That didn't last too long but talk about stupid. Oh and lame...
Pepe Le Pew
Foghorn Leghorn (Some of the funniest putdowns ever recorded)
Rocky and Bulwinkle (The Counterfeit Box Top episode was pulled from its original air date; the Cereal sponsors objected to the idea of copying cereal box tops)
Animaniacs (I think a wonderful re-creation and homage to Warner classic cartoons)
Courage The Cowardly Dog
Pinky and The Brain
Power Puff Girls (Their Beatles episode was clever; most of the lines spoken are words from Beatles songs)
Dexter's Laboratory (One of the best ideas is what a dog has to say when Dexter is able give it the power of speech)
South Park (Merciless with celebrities and religions)
Easily Tom and Jerry
Another vote for Ren and Stimpy.
'Stressed Eric' I just wish they made more episodes than they did.
Can't choose just one, but in no particular order:
Ren and Stimpy (I own the entire collection)
Beavis and Butthead (also own the full set)
Star Trek The Animated Series
Any of the Gundam series
And the list goes on and on and on...
I’m a big fan of John Callaghan’s Quads...
Too many... but Tom & Gerry would remain my favorite !
It was through cartoons that I discovered music. Bugs was my gateway into classical music..
The greatest cartoon of all time, is, without a doubt, by a 1973 Belmont Stakes margin, The Rabbit of Seville, starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. I wanted to post a link, but YouTube charges to watch this classic. It was available on DailyMotion, but my work blocks access, so for all I know, it might be only available for a fee.
Everyone who didn't have The Rabbit of Seville as their answer is wrong.