Not cartoon but cartoons
the power puff girls
family guy. second would be south park, then american dad, then king of the hill
Looney Tunes in general. The abonimal snowman is my favorite
The smurfs cartoon
I think this is an easy one Sponge Bob, all the way.
Tom not jerry
One from America; "Tom & Jerry" - but the beautifully-drawn MGM editions with the animals voiced by musical instruments , not the cheapskate Hanna-Barbara ones with rough sketching and humanly-voiced characters. <br />
I have watched "Finding Nemo" (sorry if I've misquoted the title) and was impressed by its artistic quality, care to represent the animals' movements fairly, and the final twist in the tale. <br />
One from the UK: not strictly cartoons but "Wallace and Gromitt" (sp?), with "The Clangers" as close seconds! The 'Plasticine' dog never even barks - in fact he doesn't have a mouth - but his ex<x>pressions and ear-movements tell all. <br />
BTW for puzzled foodies - Wallace's favourite rich-fruit-cake with Wensleydale cheese accompaniment is a genuine Northern English culinary tradition.<br />
The Clangers - a BBC stop-motion production using wahte looked like knitted animals - were vaguely mole-shaped creatures on a distant planet of their own. They spoke in Swannee-whistle pipes played with great skill so you could almost hear the words they represented. The Clangers dined on soup from wells presided over by the Soup Dragon; and their planet's primary vegetation was the Music Tree, with leaves shaped like crochets and I think from memory, illustrated aurally by notes played on a celeste.
american dad and brickelberry
Family Guy<br />
If I were a dog, I'd be a lot like Brian.
80's - The Transformers<br />
90's - Darkwing Duck and Tiny Toon Adventures<br />
00's - Too many to name just one.
Garfield. How can you not like laziness and lasagna?
Wow! That's one I haven't heard of in a while.
Now I feel old :(
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