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Cartoons shaping childhood

By Hearts and Minds Media 2017

J Horsfield

Children like to watch television. Dora, Diego, Wonder Pets, Disney cartoons and more. Parents often think that all animated television shows are created equal, well they are not. Just because there is a cartoon on the tv, it does not mean that the message within the show is one meant for children. Take Family Guy for instance. Although it may be a very entertaining show for adults, it is not one that I would want my children to be watching. But even within the realm of children's animated shows, they are not made with the same intent and purpose behind them. I like to limit the amount of television that I allow my children to watch, what they do view I want to be educational.

Cartoons Through The Ages By Madhura Sansare

Cartoons have existed since forever, and have always been a major part of our childhoods. Madhura Sansare goes through the pages of history to bring you the crux of cartooning, and how its evolution represents our evolution as a society at large

If you’re a 90’s kid, we’re sure you keep talking about how the cartoons of today are so different from the cartoons of your childhood, and how they used to be so much better. We have a strong suspicion every generation secretly feels the same thing; the 90’s kids just have a louder voice on the situation because of the rise of social media. Cartoons have most definitely gone through their own form of evolution. Just like the human race, our art forms have also evolved along with us. Art forms like fashion, design, fine art, graffiti, can all be denoted as representations of society in their own eras. Cartoons are no different. In a time where cartooning is slowly being considered a lost art, we delve into the depths of history, and base a timeline on what cartoons used to be, and what they have become. So come along and take a ride with us through the evolution of cartoons, and cartooning as an art form. It just takes a look at the past century to reveal the evolution of our cultural consciousness. The masses’ attitudes regarding sex, violence, and even each other have gone through a tremendous change, and our cartoons have documented all of it. From being a people divided by cultural norms and fragmented categories like race, gender and sexuality, we have finally reached a place of oneness. Well, almost. And the only way to precisely understand this change is to go through cartoon history decade by decade. But before we do that, we need to define cartoons for what they are. A cartoon can be described as a form of two-dimensional illustrated visual art. But this definition has changed over time. Currently represented as non-realistic or semirealistic drawings or paintings intended for satire, caricature or humour, cartoons are now meant for so much more than just entertainment. Today, they can be used to have a voice, a voice that is sometimes so controversial and offensive to a certain sect of people that a Charlie Hebdo situation can occur because of it. But before we get into the intricacies of cartoons today, let’s take a step back into history’s proclamations of this art form. Let us start off with the cartoons with the 1920s, the decade of the revolution. One of the most popular cartoons of the era was the happy-go-lucky cat, Felix. Created in the Roaring Twenties, the time period between World War 1 and the Great Depression that gave rise to jazz and Prohibition, the surrealistic Felix The Cat series played before the silent motion pictures in movie theatres. He was a big favourite for dealing with the prevalent

issues of the day, like prohibition and alcoholism while also drawing open the curtain on the established ethnic stereotypes. It was during the silent era of the 1920 that Charles Mintz, Walt Disney’s cartoon distributor asked him to create a cartoon that would rival Felix. All of this was before the birth of the legendary Mickey Mouse. Disney first came up with a mischievous black and white character called Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, who was known for his straight, long ears. Disney and his artist employee Ubbe Iwerks made 26 Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons till 1927, before realising that Disney’s distributor, Mintz had stolen the character from him by copyrighting it under Mintz’s name. Heartbroken and on his way back from California with this sad news, Disney came up with a black and white mouse character with big round ears and a long skinny tail. Though Disney had first named this character Mortimer Mouse, he changed it to Mickey Mouse on the suggestion of his wife, Lillian.

Mickey Mouse premiered in Steamboat Willie, the world’s first sound cartoon, at the Colony Theatre in New York on November 18, 1928. The seven minute long film received rave reviews, with the audiences adoring Mickey Mouse and his girlfriend Minnie Mouse, who also made her first appearance in the short film. It is for this reason that November 18, 1928 is considered Mickey Mouse’s official birthday. Moving on to the 1930s, January 13th first saw a Mickey Mouse comic strip appear in nationwide newspapers. Other cartoons like Popeye were portrayed much differently than the

incarnations we are used to as well. Due to the frustration that came along with the Great Depression, the 1930s Popeye was rougher around the edges, more likened to a cursing sailor who threw punches at people, animals and objects for no reason. The 1940s were all about America’s entry into the World War 2. This led to the birth of more patriotically costumed superheroes like Wonder Woman and Captain America, who were both created in 1941. The 1940s were majorly significant because of Wonder Woman, who was one of the first female superheroes in the country. This was massively due to the fact that women were continuing to expand their roles in the workplace, and also because World War 2 was the first conflict in which women served in the military. As gender inequalities were finally being addressed by the cartoons of the time,racial inequalities were bought to the white audiences’ attention by cartoonists like Dr. Seuss. Though there was an attempt by a few cartoonists to eradicate racial inequalities, some cartoons tended to the opposite demographic. Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs by Censored Eleven is one of the major examples of the racist cartoons of this age. The 1950s saw a radical change not just in the cartoons of the time, but also society at large. Following the soldiers’ return from the war in 1945, a redefining of gender roles took place. All the hard work of the 1940s was diminished as the 1950s cartoons started showing gender disparity and a return to women being showcased as accessories to men once again.

But the downfall of the 1950s was temporary. Come 1960s, the Flintstones came to our screens, and they were very responsible for a radical change. The Flintstones was actually the first cartoon ever to show members of the opposite sex sleeping in the same bed. The 1960’s also saw the Jetsons, who were way ahead in their time by pointing to environmental pollution, but had the family dynamics of a 1960s family. Scooby Doo also entered the cartoon scene by 1969, created by Hanna-Barbera as a peaceful alternative to the violent cartoons that were being protested against by the parents. We have come a long way from then, with the 1970s showcasing the effects of the Civil Rights Movement by being a mixed race group that showcased overt sexuality to the wide variety of cartoons available in the 1980s; trigger-happy cartoons like G.I Joe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and feel-good, communityfocused cartoons like the Smurfs, Muppet Babies and Strawberry Shortcake coming

together in the same decade. Since the 1980’s, cartoons have changed drastically, but they are still representative of a society’s trials and tribulations in some way or another. Political cartoons and comic strips have existed through the ages, but even our everyday cartoons have a lot to say about who were are as a society, and where we stand. The evolution of cartoons has been a magnificent one, and while we’re proud of it, we are just as proud of what this evolution represents, which is the evolution of the human society. Of Careers And Cartoons

Being a freelance cartoonist for almost 15 years now, Balraj KN has contributed cartoons to major publications like The Times Of India, Bangalore Mirror, Midday and Deccan Herald among many others. He tells us more about what it takes to be a cartoonist today WHAT AREAS DO YOU TEND TO FOCUS ON, THAT MAKE YOUR CARTOONS AND COMIC STRIPS DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER CARTOONISTS OUT THERE? The cartoons I create can get uniquely visual as well as verbal. My interest in exploring visual variety in communication often tends to move away from using just human figures and a punch line. The advantage is that they stand out from the rest, but also at times tend to get cerebral, in effect reducing the wideness of my


WHAT ARE THE PROBLEMS WITH INDIAN CARTOONING THAT HAMPER ITS QUALITY AND DEVELOPMENT? Cartooning as a term includes many practitioners in India, like editorial cartoonists, comic illustrators and graphic novelists. As an illustrator, there are multiple other applications to cater across industries for an individual. Cartooning is like the pickle and not the main course on the menu. People need cartoons once in a while to spice things up. Hence there is a lack in the encouragement or eagerness of aspirants in pursuing a career in cartooning. An average young Indian who looks for security in his future career is averse to the risk and struggle of such an offbeat path. Societal perception of a ‘struggling artist’ too does a great disservice to the profession. Only those with a fire in their belly, who are brave enough to choose the line and fight against all the odds, tend to pursue it as a full-time career.

HAVE YOU EVER SEEN ANY IMPACT OF CARTOONING? DO YOU THINK CARTOONS CAN BRING ANY SOCIAL CHANGE? We need cartoons like we need music in our lives. Not listening to music for a day or two will not kill us but you can never imagine a world without music; it is absolutely essential. Cartoons can entertain, tickle, educate, inform, pique

your brain, make you think, change your mind, affirm your belief or simply help you make your point. Cartoons have always had a social impact often in unknowing ways, just like music. If you think Asim Trivedi getting arrested on sedition charges for his cartoons is social change, I would say that cartooning making it to the front page, just like our sportsmen’s Olympic win makes it the front page. WHAT’S THE FUTURE OF INDIAN CARTOONING; WILL THE UPCOMING TRENDS LIKE ELECTRONIC MEDIA INFLUENCE IT? Internet and social media is where cartooning is seeing its rebirth in full glory. As internet penetration increases in the coming years, cartoonists will be connected with a wider audience that was once achieved by newspapers, print publications and books. Facebook, Twitter and other social networks also help cartoonists get a live interaction with their audiences. Journalism Through Cartoons Recently featured as one of the top 24 India-based intellectuals by Forbes India, Satish Acharya has definitely taken strides in his career as a cartoonist. We talk to this MBA-turned cartoonist about the role of cartoons in journalism WHAT COMPELLED YOU TO CARTOONING WHEN YOU STARTED OUT? WHICH WERE THE COMICS THAT YOU READ AS A KID AND WHICH WERE YOUR FAVOURITES? It began with Amar Chitra Katha. As a school-going kid the illustrated story books of Amar Chitra Katha attracted me. I felt the power of illustrations to tell a story is amazing. Later the cartoons of Laxman, Mario that used to appear in The Illustrated Weekly of India fascinated me and helped me take keen interest in cartoons. Though I hardly understood the message/opinion in those cartoons then, it was clear that I wanted to draw cartoons because it gave me happy moments.

YOU WERE FEATURED AS ONE OF THE TOP 24 INDIA BASED INTELLECTUALS NAMED BY FORBES INDIA IN DECEMBER 2015. COULD YOU TELL US A LITTLE MORE OF HOW THIS CAME TO BE? To be frank, I’m not sure how I landed up in that list. I have just been drawing cartoons and trying to reach as many people as possible. And social media has been a great help as a platform in this process. I guess, during the Anna’s anti-corruption movement and the General Elections (where corruption was a decisive issue) my cartoons travelled a lot and reached Indians abroad as well. That reach formed the basis for Forbes pick, I presume. WHAT AREAS DO YOU TEND TO FOCUS ON, THAT MAKE YOUR CARTOONS AND COMIC STRIPS DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER CARTOONISTS OUT THERE? My focus is always on doing justice to the space that my cartoon occupies and doing justice to the time a reader spends on my cartoon. Also for me as a cartoonist, being unbiased is the primary goal. I try to be as unbiased as possible. ‘Without fear or favour’ is my mantra. Also, since I contribute most of my cartoons to news portals, I can comment on any trending topic more quickly through a cartoon. And I’m also passionate about cricket and cinema, so that helps me widen my cartooning area.

WHAT ARE THE PROBLEMS WITH INDIAN CARTOONING THAT HAMPER ITS QUALITY AND DEVELOPMENT? Editorial cartoonists work with tremendous job insecurity. There are chances that one of your cartoons doesn’t go well with the ideology of the paper or editor. On the

chance that the publication suddenly decides to cut cost, cartoonists are always the sacrificial lambs. Media houses should consider editorial cartoons as a serious part of journalism. The cartoonist’s opinion might differ from editor’s opinion, but he’s also a journalist and his opinion should be respected. They should put in more sincere efforts to identify, groom and safeguard cartoonists. There’s hardly any award for cartoonists organised by any media house. That’s sad.

My Top 350 Cartoons of All-Time Classics, 80s, 90s, 00s, and 10s.

1. Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005 TV Series) 9.2/10 In a war-torn world of elemental magic, a young boy reawakens to undertake a dangerous mystic quest to fulfill his destiny as the Avatar, and bring peace to the world. (23 mins.) Stars: Dee Bradley Baker, Zach Tyler, Mae Whitman, Jack De Sena

2. Dragon Ball Z (1996 TV Series) 8.8/10 After learning that he is from another planet, a warrior named Goku and his friends are prompted to defend it from an onslaught of extraterrestrial enemies. (24 mins.) Stars: Doc Harris, Christopher Sabat, Scott McNeil, Sean Schemmel

3. Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008 TV Series) 8.0/10 Yoda, Mace Windu, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and other Jedi Knights lead the Grand Army of the Republic against the droid army of the Separatists. (23 mins.) Stars: Tom Kane, Dee Bradley Baker, Matt Lanter, James Arnold Taylor

4. G.I. Joe (1990 TV Series) 7.5/10 Based on Hasbro's line of toy soldiers. "G. I. Joe is America's top secret mobile strike force team... Stars: Don Brown, Garry Chalk, Christopher Collins, Suzanne Errett-Balcom

5. DuckTales (1987 TV Series) 8.1/10 The globe-trotting treasure-hunting money-making adventures of billionaire Scrooge McDuck and his nephews. (23 mins.) Stars: Alan Young, Russi Taylor, Terence McGovern, Chuck McCann

6. Regular Show (2009 TV Series) 8.4/10 The daily surreal adventures of a blue jay and raccoon duo that attempt to deal with their mundane jobs as groundskeepers at the local park. (23 mins.) Stars: J.G. Quintel, William Salyers, Sam Marin, Mark Hamill

7. Transformers (1984 TV Series) 8.0/10 Two opposing factions of transforming alien robots engage in a battle that has the fate of Earth in the balance. (30 mins.) Director: Peter Wallach Stars: Frank Welker, Peter Cullen, Corey Burton, Christopher Collins

8. The Real Ghost Busters (1986 TV Series) 7.6/10 The continuing adventures of the staff of the ghost removal service. (30 mins.) Stars: Maurice LaMarche, Dave Coulier, Frank Welker, Arsenio Hall

9. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 TV Series) 7.9/10 The adventures of a quartet of humanoid warrior turtles and their friends. (30 mins.) Stars: Cam Clarke, Barry Gordon, Rob Paulsen, Townsend Coleman

10. X-Men (1992 TV Series) 8.5/10 A team of mutant superheroes fight for justice and human acceptance in the Marvel Comics universe. (23 mins.) Stars: Cedric Smith, Cathal J. Dodd, George Buza, Norm Spencer

11. Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969 TV Series) 7.9/10 A group of teenage friends and their Great Dane (Scooby-Doo) travel in a bright green van solving strange and hilarious mysteries, while returning from or going to a regular teenage function. (30 mins.) Stars: Don Messick, Casey Kasem, Nicole Jaffe, Vic Perrin

12. Batman: The Animated Series (1992 TV Series) 9.0/10 The Dark Knight battles crime in Gotham City with occasional help from Robin and Batgirl. (23 mins.) Stars: Kevin Conroy, Loren Lester, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Robert Hastings

13. The Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour(1985 TV Series) 8.4/10 A Saturday morning series, collecting of some of the most popular classic cartoons from the Looney Tunes catalogue. (45 mins.) Director: Chuck Jones, Rudy Larriva Stars: Mel Blanc, June Foray “ This counts as all Looney Toons. ” - SharkbiteSean

14. Disney's Mickey Mouse (2013 TV Series) 8.2/10 Mickey Mouse takes on new adventures finding himself in silly situations in different settings. (4 mins.) Stars: Chris Diamantopoulos, Bill Farmer, Russi Taylor, Tony Anselmo “ This counts as all Disney cartoon shorts. ” - SharkbiteSean

15. Tom & Jerry Kids Show (1990 TV Series) 6.3/10 An updated version of the classic Tom & Jerry cartoons from 1940s/ 1950s. The 'kids' in these cartoons are far less violent than their parents were... (30 mins.) Director: Oscar Dufau, Don Lusk Stars: Frank Welker, Don Messick, Charlie Adler, Teresa Ganzel “ This counts as all Tom and Jerry. ” - SharkbiteSean

16. Thundercats (1985 TV Series) 7.9/10 A team of humanoid cats fight evil in their adopted home world. (30 mins.) Director: Katsuhito Akiyama Stars: Bob McFadden, Larry Kenney, Earl Hammond, Lynne Lipton

17. Muppet Babies (1984 TV Series) 7.6/10 The Muppets, as babies, have adventures with their imaginations inside their nursery. (60 mins.) Stars: Greg Berg, Katie Leigh, Laurie O'Brien, Russi Taylor

18. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983 TV Series) 7.5/10 The most powerful man in the universe, He-Man, goes against the evil forces of Skeletor to save the planet Eternia and to protect the secrets of Castle Grayskull. (30 mins.) Stars: John Erwin, Alan Oppenheimer, Linda Gary, Lou Scheimer

19. Adventures of the Gummi Bears (1985 TV Series) 7.6/10 A group of reclusive humanoid bears and a few trusted humans explore their lost heritage and prevent their enemies from exploiting it. (30 mins.) Stars: June Foray, Noelle North, Lorenzo Music, Katie Leigh

20. Spider-Man (1994 TV Series) 8.3/10 A young man with spider-like abilities fights crime as a superhero in New York City while trying to have a normal personal life. (23 mins.) Stars: Christopher Daniel Barnes, Sara Ballantine, Edward Asner, Roscoe Lee Browne

21. Pee-wee's Playhouse (1986 TV Series) 8.0/10 Pee-Wee Herman and his friends have wacky, imaginative fun in his unique playhouse. (30 mins.) Director: Bill Freiberger Stars: Paul Reubens, John Paragon, Phil Hartman, Laurence Fishburne

22. Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers (1988 TV Series) 7.6/10 Disney's fun-loving chipmunks are reimagined as the leaders of a team of detectives/crime-fighters, rounding out the team are two mice, Gadget Hackwrench and Monterey Jack and Zipper, a fly. (22 mins.) Stars: Corey Burton, Peter Cullen, Jim Cummings, Tress MacNeille

23. Tiny Toon Adventures (1990 TV Series) 7.6/10 The adventures of a new generation of Warner Bros. Looney Tunes characters. Stars: Charlie Adler, John Kassir, Tress MacNeille, Joe Alaskey

24. SpongeBob SquarePants (1999 TV Series) 8.1/10 The misadventures of a talking sea sponge who works at a fast food restaurant in the undersea city of Bikini Bottom. (23 mins.) Stars: Tom Kenny, Rodger Bumpass, Clancy Brown, Bill Fagerbakke

25. The Pirates of Dark Water (1991 TV Series) 8.5/10 A young man learns that he is a Prince with an urgent quest to save his world by finding thirteen magical treasures of rule. (30 mins.) Stars: Jodi Benson, Hector Elizondo, George Newbern, Frank Welker

26. Star Wars: Rebels (2014 TV Series) 8.0/10 A brave and clever ragtag starship crew stands up against the evil Empire as it tightens its grip on the galaxy and hunts down the last of the Jedi Knights. (22 mins.) Stars: Taylor Gray, Freddie Prinze Jr., Vanessa Marshall, Steve Blum

27. Smurfs (1981 TV Series) 7.3/10 The Smurfs are little blue creatures that live in mushroom houses in a forest inhabited mainly by their own kind. The smurfs average daily routine is attempting to avoid Gargomel, an evil man who wants to kill our little blue friends. (30 mins.) Stars: Don Messick, Danny Goldman, Lucille Bliss, Frank Welker

28. The Legend of Korra (2012 TV Series) 8.6/10 Avatar Korra fights to keep Republic City safe from the evil forces of both the physical and spiritual worlds. (23 mins.) Stars: Janet Varney, P.J. Byrne, David Faustino, J.K. Simmons

29. TaleSpin (1990 TV Series) 7.7/10 Baloo the Bear from the Jungle Book is cast as a 1930's Pacific Islands bush pilot. (30 mins.) Stars: Ed Gilbert, R.J. Williams, Sally Struthers, Jim Cummings

30. Silverhawks (1986 TV Series) 7.3/10 A team of cyborgs protects Limbo from Mon Star and his gang. (23 mins.) Stars: Bob McFadden, Earl Hammond, Larry Kenney, Peter Newman

31. Garfield and Friends (1988 TV Series) 7.3/10 Stories about Garfield the cat, Odie the dog, their owner Jon and the trouble they get into, and Orson the Pig and his adventures on a farm with fellow farm animals. (30 mins.) Stars: Lorenzo Music, Thom Huge, Gregg Berger, Howard Morris

32. The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (1989 TV Series) Episode: A Basement Divided/Princess, I Shrunk the Mario Brothers (1989) 6.1/10 When Toad accidentally spills a shrinking potion on the Marios they must overcome the perils of giant Troopas, drain pipes filled with monster-sized bugs, and Koopa's big feet. (30 mins.) Stars: Lou Albano, Harvey Atkin, John Stocker, Danny Wells

33. A.L.F. (1987 TV Series) 6.1/10 The show was a prequel to ALF, depicting Alf's life back on his home planet of Melmac. (30 mins.) Stars: Len Carlson, Rob Cowan, Don Francks, Paul Fusco

34. Adventure Time (2010 TV Series) 8.6/10 A human boy named Finn and adoptive brother and best friend Jake the Dog, protect the citizens of the Land of Ooo from foes of various shapes and sizes. (11 mins.) Stars: Jeremy Shada, John DiMaggio, Tom Kenny, Hynden Walch

35. Beetlejuice (1989 TV Series) 7.4/10 Adventures of the ghostly con-artist and his 12-year-old pal, Lydia. (22 mins.) Stars: Stephen Ouimette, Alyson Court, Tabitha St. Germain, Elizabeth Hanna

36. She-Ra: Princess of Power (1985 TV Series) 6.7/10 Princess Adora raises her magic sword and becomes She-Ra, the most powerful woman in the universe, to aid her friends in defeating the Evil Horde so their planet Etheria can be free. (22 mins.) Stars: Melendy Britt, George DiCenzo, John Erwin, Linda Gary

37. Wuzzles (1985 TV Series) 7.1/10 This cartoon series followed the adventure of the Wuzzles, colorful and playful creatures that were part one animal, part another. (30 mins.) Stars: Stan Freberg, Brian Cummings, Henry Gibson, Kathleen Helppie-Shipley

38. Snorks (1984 TV Series) 6.5/10 The Snorks are playful, multicolored underwater creatures that use their built-in snorkels to dart about and make music. (22 mins.) Director: Art Davis, Charlie Downs Stars: Michael Bell, Nancy Cartwright, Barry Gordon, Edie McClurg

39. Alvin & the Chipmunks (1983 TV Series) 6.8/10 Three chipmunk brothers, Alvin, Simon, and Theodore. The trio have been adopted by and are living with Dave (human). Each show finds the boys getting into trouble and new and unusual situations. (30 mins.) Stars: Ross Bagdasarian Jr., Janice Karman, Frank Welker, Dody Goodman

40. Gargoyles (1994 TV Series) 8.1/10 A clan of heroic night creatures pledge to protect modern New York City as they did in Scotland long ago (30 mins.) Stars: Keith David, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Jeff Bennett, Frank Welker

41. Animaniacs (1993 TV Series) 7.9/10 Ensemble cast of off-the-wall Warner Brothers characters, appearing in a wide variety of roles. Wakko... (21 mins.) Stars: Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Frank Welker

42. Widget, the World Watcher (1990 TV Series) 7.0/10 Widget is an alien that has come down from the sky to learn about humans with the aid of his sidekick, Brain. They explore the world and educate kids on health, safety, emotions and dangers. (30 mins.) Stars: Russi Taylor, Jim Cummings, Kath Soucie, Dana Hill

43. The Flintstones (1960 TV Series) 7.5/10 The misadventures of two modern-day Stone Age families, the Flintstones and the Rubbles. (30 mins.) Stars: Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Jean Vander Pyl, Bea Benaderet

44. Inspector Gadget (1983 TV Series) 6.8/10 A bumbling bionic police inspector stumbles about on his cases, while his niece and dog secretly do the real investigative work. (30 mins.) Stars: Don Adams, Holly Berger, Frank Welker, Luc Durand

45. MASK (1985 TV Series) 7.2/10 Matt Tracker leads a team of masked crimefighters with a fleet of hidden function vehicles against the forces of V.E.N.O.M. (22 mins.) Stars: Doug Stone, Mark Halloran, Brendan McKane, Graeme McKenna

46. The Legend of Zelda (1989 TV Series) 6.0/10 Based on the popular Nintendo game of the same name. Link and Princess Zelda protect the mystical artifact, the Triforce of Wisdom, from falling into the hands of the evil sorcerer Ganon. (15 mins.) Stars: Cynthia Preston, Jonathan Potts, Tabitha St. Germain, Len Carlson

47. Darkwing Duck (1991 TV Series) 7.7/10 A bumbling superhero battles crime with the help of his daughter and pilot sidekick. (30 mins.) Stars: Jim Cummings, Terence McGovern, Christine Cavanaugh, Katie Leigh

48. The Jetsons (1962 TV Series) 7.0/10 The misadventures of a futuristic family. (25 mins.) Stars: George O'Hanlon, Janet Waldo, Mel Blanc, Penny Singleton

49. The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991 TV Series) 7.5/10 The gross misadventures of a hyper chihuahua and a stupid cat. (30 mins.) Stars: John Kricfalusi, Billy West, Harris Peet, Bob Camp

50. The Tick (1994 TV Series) 7.9/10 An invulnerable, somewhat dim, superhero protects The City from all manner of evildoers. (30 mins.) Stars: Townsend Coleman, Micky Dolenz, Rob Paulsen, Cam Clarke

51. Taz-Mania (1991 TV Series) 6.8/10 The daily satirical adventures of the Looney Tunes star The Tazmanian Devil, along with his extended family, friends, and enemies on the island of Tasmania. (30 mins.) Stars: Jim Cummings, Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche, Miriam Flynn

52. Denver, the Last Dinosaur (1988 TV Series) 6.5/10 When an unusually intelligent dinosaur unexpectedly hatches from a fossilized egg in present-day California, a friendly group of human teenagers adopts him and teaches him how to hide from prying eyes and master skateboarding. (30 mins.) Stars: James Swodec, Loïc Baugin, Stéphane Bazin, Béatrice Bruno

53. Young Justice (2010 TV Series) 8.7/10 Teenage superheroes strive to prove themselves as members of the Justice League. (23 mins.) Stars: Danica McKellar, Jesse McCartney, Nolan North, Khary Payton

54. Dungeons & Dragons (1983 TV Series) 8.0/10 A group of kids are thrown into a fantasy world where they must search for a way home, armed with magic weapons that an evil tyrant wants. (30 mins.) Stars: Willie Aames, Don Most, Katie Leigh, Adam Rich

55. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2002 TV Series) 7.4/10 On the planet Eternia, a young prince gains the ability to become a powerful warrior to defend Castle Greyskull against the dark lord Skeletor. (30 mins.) Stars: Cam Clarke, Garry Chalk, Scott McNeil, Brian Dobson

56. The Flintstone Kids (1986 TV Series) 6.1/10 The antics of Fred, Barney, Wilma and Betty as children who live in Bedrock. (30 mins.) Director: Art Davis, Connie Dufau Stars: Tress MacNeille, Hamilton Camp, Peter Cullen, Jim Cummings

57. Pinky and the Brain (1995 TV Series) 7.9/10 A genius mouse and his stupid sidekick try to conquer the world each night. (30 mins.) Stars: Maurice LaMarche, Rob Paulsen, Tress MacNeille, Frank Welker

58. The Woody Woodpecker Show (1957 TV Series) 7.1/10 A TV show featuring funny old and new shorts starred by Woody Woodpecker and his friends like Andy Panda... (30 mins.) Director: Jack Hannah, Tex Avery Stars: Grace Stafford, Daws Butler, Johnny Coons, Homer Brightman

59. Fraggle Rock (1987 TV Series) 7.5/10 An animated version of Jim Henson's classic series. Director: Warren Batchelder, Vonnie Batson Stars: Michael Laskin, Patricia Parris, Rob Paulsen, Stu Rosen

60. Poketto monsutâ (1997 TV Series) 7.1/10 Follows the adventure of Satoshi with his Pokemon, Pikachu and his friends to become the Pokemon master. (24 mins.) Director: Masamitsu Hidaka, Kunihiko Yuyama Stars: Unshô Ishizuka, Rica Matsumoto, Ikue Ôtani, Megumi Hayashibara

61. Bobby's World (1990 TV Series) 7.4/10 A boy named Bobby Generic creates adventures using his overactive imagination. (30 mins.) Stars: Howie Mandel, Kevin Smets, Gail Matthius, Charity James

62. Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990 TV Series) 6.7/10 A quintet of teenagers work together to encourage environmentally responsible behaviour and can summon a superhero to deal with ecological disasters. (23 mins.) Stars: David Coburn, Joey Dedio, Kath Soucie, LeVar Burton

63. Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures (1990 TV Series) 6.5/10 The further time travelling adventures of those two most excellent dudes. (30 mins.) Stars: Alex Winter, Keanu Reeves, George Carlin, Evan Richards

64. A Pup Named Scooby-Doo (1988 TV Series) 6.7/10 A pre-teen version of Scooby Doo, with a pint-sized version of the title character. (30 mins.) Stars: Mark L. Taylor, Casey Kasem, Don Messick, Christina Lange

65. Justice League (2001 TV Series) 8.6/10 Seven of the most formidable heroes form arguably the most powerful team ever. (22 mins.) Stars: Carl Lumbly, Phil LaMarr, Michael Rosenbaum, George Newbern

66. Popeye the Sailor (1960 TV Series) 7.1/10 The continuing animated adventures of Olive Oyl, Wimpy, Swee'pea and Popeye. (30 mins.) Stars: Jack Mercer, Mae Questel, Jackson Beck

67. Camp Candy (1989 TV Series) 7.0/10 Comedian John Candy runs a summer camp. (30 mins.) Stars: John Candy, Lewis Arquette, Valri Bromfield, Danny Mann

68. The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius(2002 TV Series) 6.7/10 A young boy, who happens to be a genius, lives in a small town with his family and friends and often gets into crazy adventures with them involving the things he invents. (24 mins.) Stars: Debi Derryberry, Jeffrey Garcia, Rob Paulsen, Mark DeCarlo

69. Dino-Riders (1988 TV Series) 7.3/10 Pursued by intergalactic warlord Krulos and his Rulons, human Valorians fly through a wormhole and end up on the prehistoric Earth. Krulos follows and becomes stuck in prehistory as well. Both sides build dinosaur armies and engage. (22 mins.) Stars: Dan Gilvezan, Jack Angel, Cam Clarke, Townsend Coleman

70. The Trap Door (1984 TV Series) 8.1/10 3D plasticine animation, featuring Berk, a blue creature who lives as servant to the unseen 'Thing Upstairs' in an old dark house... (5 mins.) Director: Terry Brain, Charlie Mills Stars: William Rushton, Nick Shipley

71. Captain N: The Game Master (1989 TV Series) 6.4/10 Kevin Keene, a teenager from Northridge, California, is brought to another universe known as Videoland... (25 mins.) Stars: Garry Chalk, Michael Donovan, Doc Harris, Matt Hill

72. Ed, Edd n Eddy (1999 TV Series) 7.5/10 The off-the-wall, day-to-day life of three friends who have exactly the same name. (30 mins.) Director: Marlene Robinson May Stars: Matt Hill, Sam Vincent, Tony Sampson, Tommy Karlsen

73. Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats (1984 TV Series) 6.8/10 The misadventures of the feline troublemaker while the Catillac Cats gang have adventures of their own. (30 mins.) Director: Bruno Bianchi Stars: Danny Mann, Mel Blanc, Donna Christie, Roger Carel

74. Invader ZIM (2001 TV Series) 8.4/10 An alien from the planet Irk is sent to Earth, not realising that his leaders were fooling him and didn't think a planet was there. He manages to fit in with school children but one boy sees through his disguise. (24 mins.) Stars: Andy Berman, Richard Steven Horvitz, Rikki Simons, Melissa Fahn

75. Samurai Jack (2001 TV Series) 8.5/10 A samurai sent through time fights to return home and save the world. (25 mins.) Stars: Phil LaMarr, Mako, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jeff Bennett

76. Super Friends (1980 TV Series) 7.6/10 The further adventures of the DC Universe's greatest superheroes. (30 mins.) Stars: Danny Dark, Olan Soule, Michael Bell, Casey Kasem

77. Eek! the Cat (1992 TV Series) 7.4/10 The comical misadventures of Eek, a kind-hearted purple cat who finds himself in constant mortal danger. (30 mins.) Director: Jamie Whitney Stars: Tawny Kitaen, Elizabeth Daily, Bill Kopp, Charlie Adler

78. Teen Wolf (1986 TV Series) 6.2/10 Saturday morning cartoon based on the movie. (30 mins.) Director: Gordon Kent Stars: Townsend Coleman, James Hampton, Don Most, Jeannie Elias

79. Batman of the Future (1999 TV Series) 8.1/10 Fueled by remorse and vengeance, a high schooler named Terry McGinnis revives the role of Batman. Under supervision of an elderly Bruce Wayne, he fights crime in a harsh futuristic Gotham. (23 mins.) Stars: Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy, Lauren Tom, Cree Summer

80. Gumby Adventures (1988 TV Series) 7.5/10 The continuous adventures of Gumby and his pals. This time, he runs a farm which includes more pals such as a wooly mammoth, Denali, and a bee, Groobee. (5 mins.) Director: Art Clokey Stars: Art Clokey, Dal McKennon, Gloria Clokey, Peter Greenwood

81. Dexter's Laboratory (1996 TV Series) 8.0/10 The misadventures of a boy genius and his annoying sister. (23 mins.) Stars: Kath Soucie, Jeff Bennett, Christine Cavanaugh, Frank Welker

82. Blackstar (1981 TV Series) 6.9/10 An astronaut, stranded on a primitive planet in a distant universe, fights against the tyranny of the Overlord. (30 mins.) Stars: George DiCenzo, Linda Gary, Patrick Pinney, Alan Oppenheimer

83. Jem (1985 TV Series) 7.6/10 Jerrica Benton is secretly the leader of the glamorous and exciting music group, Jem and the Holograms. (22 mins.) Stars: Samantha Newark, Patricia Alice Albrecht, Cathianne Blore, Cindy McGee

84. Superman (1996 TV Series) 8.2/10 The last son of the planet Krypton protects his adoptive home of Earth as the greatest of the superheroes. (30 mins.) Stars: Tim Daly, Joseph Bologna, Dana Delany, David Kaufman

85. G-Force: Guardians of Space (1987 TV Series) 7.5/10 A bird-themed superhero team battles the threat of Galactor and his minions, an international terrorist organization with advanced technology. (22 mins.) Stars: Bill Capizzi, Sam Fontana, Barbara Goodson, Jan Rabson

86. Defenders of the Earth (1986 TV Series) 7.4/10 Four of the greatest comic strip heroes join forces to battle Ming the Merciless. (30 mins.) Stars: Loren Lester, Peter Renaday, Peter Mark Richman, Sarah Partridge

87. Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (1994 TV Series) 7.3/10 The show takes us through the struggles of life as a child monster. Three monster friends are studying how to scare humans in school... (30 mins.) Stars: Charlie Adler, Christine Cavanaugh, David Eccles, Gregg Berger

88. Ewoks (1985 TV Series) 6.1/10 The adventures of the Ewoks in Wicket W. Warrick's youth before the Battle of Endor. (30 mins.) Stars: Jim Henshaw, Lesleh Donaldson, Cree Summer, Alyson Court

89. Jonny Quest (1964 TV Series) 7.9/10 The Quest family and their bodyguard investigate strange phenomena and battle villains around the world. (30 mins.) Stars: Mike Road, Tim Matheson, Don Messick, Danny Bravo

90. Sky Commanders (1987 TV Series) 6.8/10 "Deep in the South Pacific, a tumultuous and untamed new continent has erupted, spawned by a highly unstable new element... (30 mins.) Director: Oscar Dufau, John Kimball Stars: Charlie Adler, Richard Doyle, Paul Eiding, Bernard Erhard

91. Mighty Mouse, the New Adventures (1987 TV Series) 7.2/10 Mighty Mouse has humorous, satirical adventures in this short-lived Saturday Morning cartoon by Ralph Bakshi. (30 mins.) Stars: Patrick Pinney, Dana Hill, Rodger Bumpass, Michael Pataki

92. The Incredible Hulk (1996 TV Series) 6.9/10 A nuclear scientist is afflicted with the tendency to change into a powerful green monster under stress. (20 mins.) Stars: Lou Ferrigno, Neal McDonough, John Vernon, Mark Hamill

93. The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1988 TV Series) 7.6/10 Follow Winnie the Pooh's adventures in the hundred acre wood. (30 mins.) Stars: John Fiedler, Jim Cummings, Ken Sansom, Paul Winchell

94. Spider-Man Unlimited (1999 TV Series) 6.5/10 Spider-Man travels to Counter-Earth to rescue a Terran shuttle crew trapped there and discovers a tyrannical and warped version of his world. (22 mins.) Stars: Rino Romano, Kathleen Barr, Paul Dobson, Akiko Morison

95. Dragon's Lair (1984 TV Series) 7.2/10 The legendary video game Dragon's Lair was a blockbuster (and quarter guzzling) sensation when it first debuted... Director: Charles A. Nichols Stars: Arthur Burghardt, Michael Mish, Fred Travalena, Ellen Gerstell

96. The Powerpuff Girls (1998 TV Series) 7.3/10 Three super-powered little girls constantly save the world (or at least the city of Townsville) from monsters, would-be conquerers and a few other gross things. (30 mins.) Stars: Cathy Cavadini, Elizabeth Daily, Tara Strong, Tom Kenny

97. Rock 'n' Wrestling (1985 TV Series) 6.1/10 Saturday-morning cartoon series featuring the stars of the World Wrestling Federation. (60 mins.) Stars: Charlie Adler, Lewis Arquette, James Avery, Jodi Carlisle

98. Dinosaucers (1987 TV Series) 6.6/10 Two factions of warriors from outer-space crashland on Earth; a good one consisting of creatures resembling herbivore dinosaurs... (30 mins.) Stars: Len Carlson, Rob Cowan, Marvin Goldhar, Dan Hennessey

99. Dennis (1986 TV Series) 6.3/10 Animated series based on the classic comic strip by Hank Ketcham. America's most well-known little terror... (30 mins.) Stars: Brennan Thicke, Jeannie Elias, Marilyn Lightstone, Sharon Noble

100. The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008 TV Series) 8.1/10 An animated television show that focuses on a 16-year-old Peter Parker and the origins of Spider-Man. (23 mins.) Stars: Josh Keaton, Lacey Chabert, Joshua LeBar, Grey DeLisle

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101. Gravity Falls (2012 TV Series) 8.9/10 Twin siblings Dipper and Mabel Pines spend the summer at their uncle's tourist trap in the enigmatic town of Gravity Falls. (23 mins.)

Stars: Jason Ritter, Alex Hirsch, Kristen Schaal, Linda Cardellini

102. Legion of Super Heroes (2006 TV Series) 7.2/10 The adventures of a young Clark Kent, as Superman, during his time with a team of teenage superheroes in the far future. Stars: Yuri Lowenthal, Andy Milder, Kari Wahlgren, Adam Wylie

103. Silver Surfer (1998 TV Series) 7.1/10 The adventures of the cosmic wanderer as he seeks his lost home after rebelling from his master. (30 mins.) Stars: Paul Essiembre, James Blendick, Camilla Scott, John Neville

104. Justice League Unlimited (2004 TV Series) 8.9/10 A continuation of the Justice League animated series finds the original members of the team joined in their battle against crime and evil by dozens of other heroes from the DC comics universe. (23 mins.) Stars: George Newbern, Kevin Conroy, Phil LaMarr, Carl Lumbly

105. Pac-Man (1982 TV Series) 6.2/10 The adventures of the videogame character and his family. (30 mins.) Stars: Marty Ingels, Barry Gordon, Barbara Minkus, Chuck McCann

106. Recess (1997 TV Series) 7.9/10 Comic tales of a group of good friends, 4 boys and 2 girls, during breaks in primary school, as they grow up... (23 mins.) Stars: Andrew Lawrence, Ashley Johnson, Jason Davis, Rickey D'Shon Collins

107. Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends (1981 TV Series) 7.3/10 Spider-Man battles crime in New York City with the help of Iceman and Firestar. (22 mins.) Stars: Dan Gilvezan, Kathy Garver, Frank Welker, Stan Lee

108. Rainbow Brite (1984 TV Series) 7.0/10 The adventures of the color protector and her friends (sidekick Twink, the color kids, her horse Starlite, and her human friend Brian). (24 mins.) Director: Bruno Bianchi Stars: Bettina Bush, Peter Cullen, Pat Fraley, Robbie Lee

109. The New Adventures of Superman (1966 TV Series) 7.6/10 Superman protects Metropolis and the world from a variety of threats while working at the Daily Planet as Clark Kent. (30 mins.) Stars: Bud Collyer, Joan Alexander, Jackson Beck, Jack Grimes

110. Pound Puppies (1986 TV Series) 6.8/10 Saturday-morning cartoon series whose main characters, the wrinkled Pound Puppies, were inspired by the popular line of stuffed toys... (30 mins.) Stars: Adrienne Alexander, Ruth Buzzi, Pat Carroll, Nancy Cartwright

111. Steven Universe (2013 TV Series) 8.4/10 A young boy takes his mother's place in a group of gemstone-based beings, and must learn to control his powers. (23 mins.) Stars: Zach Callison, Deedee Magno, Michaela Dietz, Estelle

112. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels (1977 TV Series) 6.5/10 The adventures of a superhero caveman and a trio of female amateur detectives. Stars: Mel Blanc, Gary Owens, Laurel Page, Marilyn Schreffler

113. The Care Bears (1985 TV Series) 6.1/10 The Care Bears live in a faraway place up in the clouds called Care-a-Lot. They travel around the world on Missions in Caring, whilst evil villains such as Professor Coldheart and Lord No Heart, try to thwart their plans. (30 mins.) Stars: Dan Hennessey, Bob Dermer, Luba Goy, Melleny Melody

114. Digimon: Digital Monsters (1999 TV Series) 7.3/10 A group of young teens is unexpectedly sent to the mysterious Digital World and paired up with their own powerful, morphing monster called the Digimon. Together the entire group set out on an adventure to fight evil and save the world. (24 mins.) Director: Wendee Lee, Jeff Nimoy Stars: Steve Blum, Mona Marshall, Tifanie Christun, Derek Stephen Prince

115. Goof Troop (1992 TV Series) 6.9/10 The classic Disney character, Goofy is a single father raising his son, Max in Spoonerville. Pete, a frequent antagonist from the old cartoons, lives next door with his family. (30 mins.) Stars: Rob Paulsen, April Winchell, Jim Cummings, Bill Farmer

116. Monchhichis (1983 TV Series) 7.4/10 The show is about Monchhichis who monkey-like creatures. They live in the forest land of Monchia. Their home is at the very top of tall trees, which are above the clouds. (30 mins.) Director: Oscar Dufau, George Gordon Stars: Bob Arbogast, Peter Cullen, Laurie Faso, Ellen Gerstell

117. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 TV Series) 7.2/10 While being trained by S.H.I.E.L.D., Spider-Man battles evil with a new team of teen colleagues. (23 mins.) Stars: Drake Bell, Ogie Banks, Chi McBride, Logan Miller

118. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012 TV Series) 8.0/10 Four ninja turtles, mutated by a mysterious alien substance, must rise up out of the sewers and defend their city against evil forces from both the past and present. (24 mins.) Stars: Sean Astin, Rob Paulsen, Greg Cipes, Mae Whitman

119. Green Lantern: The Animated Series (2011 TV Series) 8.1/10 The further adventures of Hal Jordan and his comrades of the Green Lantern Corps. (25 mins.) Stars: Josh Keaton, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jason Spisak, Grey DeLisle

120. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters (2000 TV Series) 8.4/10 A young boy named Yugi Muto defeats the world Champion, Seto Kaiba, in a duel with the help of the mysterious... Stars: Dan Green, Amy Birnbaum, Wayne Grayson, Eric Stuart

121. Cro (1993 TV Series) 8.7/10 In the Ice Age, a young cave boy uses simple engineering and physics concepts to solve everyday problems, with help from his adopted Neanderthal family and a herd of friendly talking woolly mammoths. Stars: Max Casella, Ruth Buzzi, Jim Cummings, April Ortiz

122. Rocko's Modern Life (1993 TV Series) 8.0/10 The wacky misadventures of an Australian wallaby and his friends as he finishes his transition to American life. (30 mins.) Stars: Carlos Alazraqui, Tom Kenny, Charlie Adler, Mr. Lawrence

123. The Pink Panther Show (1969 TV Series) 7.7/10 The Pink Panther is a heroic, moral cartoon cat with pink fur and the manners of an English aristocrat... (90 mins.) Director: Gerry Chiniquy, Arthur Davis Stars: Paul Frees, Rich Little, June Foray, Athena Lorde

124. Star Wars: Droids (1985 TV Series) 6.3/10 The adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO years before serving the Rebel Alliance. (24 mins.) Stars: Anthony Daniels, Graeme Campbell, Dan Hennessey, Lesleh Donaldson

125. The Yogi Bear Show (1961 TV Series) 6.7/10 Yogi, a smooth, talkative forest bear looks to raid park goers picnic baskets, while Park Ranger Smith tries to stop him. (30 mins.) Stars: Daws Butler, Don Messick, Jimmy Weldon, Vance Colvig Jr.

126. Rugrats (1990 TV Series) 7.5/10 The cartoon misadventures of four babies and their snotty older cousin as they face the things in life they don't understand. (30 mins.) Stars: Elizabeth Daily, Christine Cavanaugh, Nancy Cartwright, Kath Soucie

127. Shirt Tales (1982 TV Series) 7.3/10 A group of cute talking animals wear colorful shirts which display messages reflecting each character's thoughts. The animals fight crime and tease the park ranger, Mr. Dinkle. (30 mins.) Director: Oscar Dufau, George Gordon Stars: Bob Ogle, Brian Cummings, Patricia Parris, Tony Pope

128. The Bullwinkle Show (1960 TV Series) 7.9/10 Rocky, a plucky flying squirrel and Bullwinkle, a bumbling but lovable moose, have a series of ongoing adventures. (30 mins.) Director: Frank Braxton, Sal Faillace Stars: Bill Scott, Hans Conried, Charles Ruggles, Julie Bennett

129. C.O.P.S. (1988 TV Series) 7.3/10 A team of specially enhanced policemen fights crime in the year 2020. (30 mins.) Stars: Ken Ryan, Zevi Wolmark, Len Carlson, Paul De La Rosa

130. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 TV Series) 8.3/10 After 74 villains break out of prison, Marvel's most powerful superheroes team up to capture all of them, and also to defend the Earth from widespread threats. (30 mins.) Stars: Eric Loomis, Colleen O'Shaughnessey, Brian Bloom, Rick D. Wasserman

131. Hey Arnold! (1994 TV Series) 7.7/10 The everyday life of Arnold, a 4th-grader in a nameless city that resembles Brooklyn, New York, who lives in a multi-racial boarding house with his grandparents and a motley assortment of neighbors and friends. (15 mins.) Stars: Francesca Marie Smith, Jamil Walker Smith, Dan Castellaneta, Justin Shenkarow

132. Mighty Max (1993 TV Series) 8.0/10 Max, a 12 year old boy, finds a magical cap that can teleport him across dimensions. (30 mins.) Stars: Rob Paulsen, Tony Jay, Richard Moll, Corey Burton

133. Iron Man (1994 TV Series) 6.8/10 Industrialist Tony Stark leads his private team of superheros as Iron Man against the forces of evil. (30 mins.) Stars: Robert Hays, John Reilly, Jim Cummings, Dorian Harewood

134. Jackie Chan Adventures (2000 TV Series) 7.4/10 Jackie Chan and his extended family must fight a criminal organization for magic talismans that could release an evil spirit. (30 mins.) Stars: Jackie Chan, James Sie, Stacie Chan, Sab Shimono

135. Danger Mouse (1981 TV Series) 7.5/10 Danger Mouse, the greatest secret agent in the world, must follow Colonel K's orders (and try not to break Professor Squawkencluck's inventions) to foil Baron Greenback's and his henchman Stiletto's plans. (25 mins.) Stars: David Jason, Terry Scott, Edward Kelsey, Brian Trueman

136. BraveStarr (1987 TV Series) 7.1/10 A Native American marshal and his friends keep the peace on the frontier planet of New Texas. (30 mins.) Stars: Pat Fraley, Erika Scheimer, Susan Blu, Lou Scheimer

137. Henry's Cat (1983 TV Series) 7.1/10 Henry's Cat is a whimsical cartoon series that follows the adventures of a small yellow feline and his friends... (5 mins.) Stars: Bob Godfrey

138. Phineas and Ferb (2007 TV Series) 8.0/10 Phineas and Ferb invent, scheme and stay one step ahead of their bratty sister. Meanwhile, their pet platypus plots against evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz. (15 mins.) Stars: Vincent Martella, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Ashley Tisdale, Dan Povenmire

139. The New Adventures of He-Man (1990 TV Series) 5.8/10 The second series of He-Man, taking place 10,000 years into the future. To protect the Planet Primus from Floog and Skeletor. (30 mins.) Director: Bernard Deyriès, Masanori Miura Stars: Don Brown, Garry Chalk, Ted Cole, Tracy Eisner

140. Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985 TV Series) 7.6/10 Yogi and the gang go on treasure hunts all around the world, as assigned by Top Cat. They travel on board their ship... (30 mins.) Director: Art Davis, Charlie Downs Stars: Daws Butler, Don Messick, Paul Winchell, John Stephenson

141. Blade (2011 TV Series) 6.8/10 Legendary half-vampire, half-human vampire hunter Blade is tracking Deacon Frost, a very powerful and influential vampire who killed his mother and who heads Existence, a secretive vampire organization that operates in Southeast Asia. Stars: Kim Mai Guest, Harold Perrineau, JB Blanc, Steve Blum

142. Wolverine (2011 TV Series) 6.6/10 Logan is asked by his old friend, a cop from Japan, to help him take down Shingen Yashida's crime syndicate and save Mariko, Logan's lost love, from forced marriage arranged by her father Shingen. Yukio, a female assassin, helps him. Director: Yusaku Saotome Stars: Rikiya Koyama, Vic Mignogna, Milo Ventimiglia, Romi Pak

143. Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos (1986 TV Series) 6.2/10 Chuck Norris is an operative for the United States government who has a team consisting of Pepper... (30 mins.) Stars: Sam Fontana, Kathy Garver, Robert Ito, Bill Martin

144. The Fairly OddParents (2001 TV Series) 7.2/10 After being tortured and humiliated by his babysitter, a ten year old boy is put under the care of two fairy godparents, who can grant him almost any wish, which leads to dire consequences. (30 mins.) Stars: Tara Strong, Susanne Blakeslee, Daran Norris, Carlos Alazraqui

145. Courage the Cowardly Dog (1999 TV Series) 8.3/10 The offbeat adventures of Courage, a cowardly dog who must overcome his own fears to heroically defend his unknowing farmer owners from all kinds of dangers, paranormal events and menaces that appear around their land. (11 mins.) Stars: Marty Grabstein, Thea White, Peter Fernandez, Simon Prebble

146. Mike Tyson Mysteries (2014 TV Series) 8.2/10 Black comedy about retired boxing champion Mike Tyson, his smart adopted AsianAmerican daughter, a friendly if wimpy gentleman ghost, and a perverse meanspirited talking pigeon solving weird mysteries together. (12 mins.) Stars: Mike Tyson, Norm MacDonald, Rachel Ramras, Jim Rash

147. The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show (1979 TV Series) 6.6/10 The adventures of the original stretchable superhero and various other characters. (120 mins.) Director: Rudy Larriva, John Kimball Stars: Michael Bell, Marlene Aragon, Jack Baker, Joe Baker

148. Guardians of the Galaxy (2015 TV Series) 7.6/10 The adventures of a band of space warriors who work to protect the universe from the evil overlord Thanos. (22 mins.) Stars: Will Friedle, Trevor Devall, Kevin Michael Richardson, Vanessa Marshall

149. SuperMansion (2015 TV Series) 7.7/10 Aging superhero, Titanium Rex, and his has-been team known as The League of Freedom struggle to stay relevant in a changing world. (30 mins.) Stars: Bryan Cranston, Keegan-Michael Key, Heidi Gardner, Tucker Gilmore

150. The Littles (1983 TV Series) 6.5/10 Animated series about a 13-year-old boy named Henry Bigg who goes on vacation and finds mouse-like creatures in his suitcase called Littles... (30 mins.) Stars: Jimmy Keegan, Bettina Bush, Alvy Moore, Robert David Hall

151. Hong Kong Phooey (1974 TV Series) 7.1/10 A kung-fu-fighting pup and his snickering cat sidekick battle crime. (22 mins.) Stars: Scatman Crothers, Joe E. Ross, Don Messick, Jean Vander Pyl

152. Starcom: The U.S. Space Force (1987 TV Series) 7.5/10 (25 mins.) Stars: Philip Akin, Yank Azman, Robert Cait, Rob Cowan

153. The Get Along Gang (1984 TV Series) 7.3/10 A group of anthropomorphic animal children learn the value of teamwork and friendship. (30 mins.) Stars: Sherry Lynn, Bettina Bush, Georgi Irene, Robbie Lee

154. Johnny Bravo (1997 TV Series) 7.3/10 The misadventures of a dumb blond egomanaic who is deluded about his own manliness. (30 mins.) Stars: Jeff Bennett, Brenda Vaccaro, Mae Whitman, Tom Kenny

155. RoboCop (1988 TV Series) 5.9/10 Alex Murphy, a police officer, mortally wounded in the line of duty, is turned into a powerful cyborg and continues to serve the public trust, protect the innocent and uphold the law. (21 mins.) Director: Ray Lee Stars: Robert Bockstael, Barbara Budd, Len Carlson, Rex Hagon

156. The Wild Thornberrys (1998 TV Series) 6.7/10 Eliza Thornberry is not your ordinary kid. It's not just because she travels the world in an RV with her parents Nigel and Marrianne... (30 mins.) Stars: Lacey Chabert, Jodi Carlisle, Tim Curry, Danielle Harris

157. The Herculoids (1967 TV Series) 7.6/10 In this widely syndicated cartoon, King Zandor and a group of bizarre creatures protect their futuristic kingdom from creatures from other galaxies. (10 mins.) Stars: Mike Road, Virginia Gregg, Ted Eccles, Don Messick

158. Doug (1991 TV Series) 7.5/10 The life of a young boy as he meets friends, falls in love, maneuvers his way through grade 6 and writes all about it in his journal. (30 mins.) Stars: Billy West, Fred Newman, Constance Shulman, Becca Lish

159. The Raccoons (1985 TV Series) 7.5/10 The adventures of a family of Raccoons and their friends. (25 mins.) Stars: Len Carlson, Michael Magee, Marvin Goldhar, Bob Dermer

160. Beast Wars: Transformers (1996 TV Series) 8.2/10 The Transformers' war continues in an older time, through a new generation. On pliocenic Earth, the heroic Maximals and the evil Predacons battle for survival against each other and against a violent planet. (30 mins.) Stars: Scott McNeil, Garry Chalk, Ian James Corlett, Richard Newman

161. Rabbids Invasion (2013 TV Series) 5.3/10 The Rabbids from Ubisoft's "Raving Rabbids" video game series star in their own television series. They explore Earth and discover new things. Stars: Damien Laquet, Marc Duquenoy, Brigitte Guedj, Damien Hartmann

162. Thundarr the Barbarian (1980 TV Series) 7.6/10 Thundarr the Barbarian and his companions Ookla the Mok and Princess Ariel wander a devastated future Earth and fight evil wherever they find it. (30 mins.) Stars: Henry Corden, Robert Ridgely, Nellie Bellflower, Dick Tufeld

163. Rambo (1986 TV Series) 6.7/10 On Colonel Trautman's request, John Rambo leads special unit The Force of Freedom against paramilitary terrorist organization S.A.V.A.G.E. (SpecialistAdministrators of Vengeance, Anarchy and Global Extortion) all over the globe. (30 mins.) Director: John Kimball, Charles A. Nichols Stars: Neil Ross, Alan Oppenheimer, Mona Marshall, James Avery

164. Street Sharks (1994 TV Series) 6.4/10 A group of teens turned into mutant sharks on rollerblades, who battle the evil Dr. Paradigm and protect the Earth... (22 mins.) Stars: Andrew Rannells, D. Kevin Williams, Jim Hoggatt, Lee Tockar

165. Wolverine and the X-Men (2008 TV Series) 8.1/10 After an explosion at the school, the X-Men went their seperate ways. But they must unite once again under the leadership of Wolverine to prevent an inevitable war while also dealing with present problems. (23 mins.) Stars: Steve Blum, Jim Ward, Nolan North, Fred Tatasciore

166. Timon & Pumbaa (1995 TV Series) 7.1/10 The further misadventures of various Lion King characters. (30 mins.) Stars: Ernie Sabella, Kevin Schon, Jim Cummings, Quinton Flynn

167. The Addams Family (1992 TV Series) 7.1/10 An animated series based on the 60's TV series and 90's movie of the same name. Gomez and Morticia Addams... (30 mins.) Stars: John Astin, Nancy Linari, Debi Derryberry, Jeannie Elias

168. Turbo Teen (1984 TV Series) 6.0/10 The adventures of a boy who can physically transform into a living car. (30 mins.) Director: John Kimball Stars: T.K. Carter, Pat Fraley, Pamela Hayden, Michael Mish

169. Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light (1987 TV Series) 7.9/10 The planet Prysmos - post-technological loss. Two groups rise to dominance from the devastation to wage war upon each other... (30 mins.) Stars: Susan Blu, Roscoe Lee Browne, Peter Cullen, Jim Cummings

170. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1995 TV Series) 5.7/10 The completely-bonkers Ace Ventura continues to tackle cases involving stolen or missing animals, usually... (30 mins.) Stars: Michael Daingerfield, Richard Binsley, Vince Corazza, Bruce Tubbe

171. Ben 10 (2005 TV Series) 7.1/10 The story of Ben Tennyson, a typical kid who becomes very atypical after he discovers the Omnitrix, a mysterious alien device with the power to transform the wearer into ten different alien species. (30 mins.) Stars: Tara Strong, Paul Eiding, Meagan Smith, Dee Bradley Baker

172. Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies (1970 TV Series) 7.7/10 Sabrina's involved with a band of monsters, The Groovy Ghoulies; a rock band with Dracula, the Wolfman, and Frankenstein; who scare people for their own amusement. (60 mins.) Director: Hal Sutherland Stars: Jane Webb, John Erwin, Dal McKennon, Larry D. Mann

173. The Angry Beavers (1997 TV Series) 7.3/10 The wacky and sometimes surreal adventures of Norbert and Daggett Beaver. (30 mins.) Stars: Richard Steven Horvitz, Nick Bakay, Charlie Brissette, Terry Wood

174. Jabberjaw (1976 TV Series) 6.1/10 The futuristic undersea adventures of a goofy talking shark and his human musical band companions. (30 mins.) Stars: Tommy Cook, Barry Gordon, Julie McWhirter, Don Messick

175. King Arthur and the Knights of Justice (1992 TV Series) 7.3/10 When the real King Arthur and his knights are captured by Morgana, Merlin casts a spell to bring an... (30 mins.) Director: Xavier Picard Stars: Kathleen Barr, Jim Byrnes, Garry Chalk, Michael Donovan

176. X-Men: Evolution (2000 TV Series) 7.9/10 This rendition of X-Men features Cyclops, Jean Grey, Rogue, Nightcrawler, Shadowcat, and Spike as teenagers as they fight for a world that fears and hates them. (23 mins.) Stars: Scott McNeil, Meghan Black, Christopher Judge, Kirby Morrow

177. Challenge of the GoBots (1984 TV Series) 6.6/10 Gobots are loosely based on the Tonka toy line. There are two warring factions: the Gaurdians, lead by the charismatic Leader-1, and the Renegades, lead by Cy-Kill, who is bent on dominating Gobotron and then the Earth and the galaxy. (30 mins.) Stars: Lou Richards, Bernard Erhard, Marilyn Lightstone, Frank Welker

178. Black Panther (2010 Mini-Series) 7.4/10 Black Panther is the ruler and protector of the African nation of Wakanda. Using technology, wits, and extraordinary fighting ability he must protect his nation from an invasion led by Ulysses Klaw, the man who killed his father. Stars: Djimon Hounsou, Jill Scott, Carl Lumbly, JB Blanc

179. Bonkers (1993 TV Series) 6.9/10 Bonkers, an out of work cartoon, joins the Hollywood PD and helps his partners (first a doughnut munching stressbomb, then a beautiful blonde) catch cartoon criminals. (30 mins.) Stars: Jim Cummings, Earl Boen, Frank Welker, Jeff Bennett

180. Biker Mice from Mars (1993 TV Series) 7.1/10 When three alien motorcycle riding mice are forced to leave their home planet of Mars thanks to the evil mining Plutarkians, they rebel against their enemies on planet Earth and the city of Chicago. (30 mins.) Stars: Dorian Harewood, Rob Paulsen, Ian Ziering, William Morgan Sheppard

181. Transformers: The Headmasters (1987 TV Series) 7.3/10 With the aid of the Headmasters the mighty Cybertrons (Autobots) continue to wage war against their evil counterparts the Destrons (Decepticons)... (30 mins.) Director: Katsuyoshi Sasaki Stars: Hiroko Emori, Ikuya Sawaki, Hideyuki Hori, Tesshô Genda

182. Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors (1985 TV Series) 7.1/10 A young man leads a small band in search of his father while fighting the forces of Sawboss using the various vehicles they carry with them. (30 mins.) Stars: Darrin Baker, Jean Chalopin, Gilles Guillot, Gilles Tamiz

183. CatDog (1998 TV Series) 6.6/10 The comic misadventures of a tidy, refined Cat and a goofy, uncouth Dog joined at the abdomen. (23 mins.) Director: Arnie Wong, Russ Mooney Stars: Jim Cummings, Tom Kenny, Carlos Alazraqui, Billy West

184. Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines(1969 TV Series) 7.2/10 Dick Dastardly leads a fighter plane group to try ineffectualy to stop a carrier pigeon. (30 mins.) Stars: Paul Winchell, Don Messick

185. Count Duckula (1988 TV Series) 7.5/10 The misadventures of a vegetarian vampire duck and his servants. (22 mins.) Stars: Jack May, Brian Trueman, Jimmy Hibbert, David Jason

186. Teen Titans (2003 TV Series) 7.8/10 A team of five teenaged superheroes save the world from many villains around their city while experiencing things normal teens face today. (30 mins.) Stars: Hynden Walch, Scott Menville, Greg Cipes, Khary Payton

187. Life with Louie (1995 TV Series) 8.3/10 Adventures of Louie Anderson as a child, growing up with his sweet-hearted mother, his loud and war crazed father, his 10 siblings, and children at school who love to tease him. (30 mins.) Stars: Louie Anderson, Edie McClurg, Justin Shenkarow, Miko Hughes

188. The Mighty Orbots (1984 TV Series) 8.0/10 A mild mannered human youth secretly leads a squad of uniquely designed robots in the defence of Earth. (30 mins.) Stars: Sherry Alberoni, Julie Bennett, Jennifer Darling, Barry Gordon

189. Speed Buggy (1973 TV Series) 6.9/10 Animated 'Saturday-morning' television cartoon about a race car. (30 mins.) Director: Charles A. Nichols Stars: Mel Blanc, Arlene Golonka, Alan Oppenheimer, Michael Bell

190. Paw Paws (1985 TV Series) 7.7/10 The adventures of a Native American tribe of humanoid bears. Stars: Don Messick, Frank Welker, Susan Blu, Ruth Buzzi

191. Help!... It's the Hair Bear Bunch! (1971 TV Series) 6.4/10 Animated series centering on three bears who live in a zoo. Every now and then they try to sneak out of the zoo... (30 mins.) Stars: Daws Butler, William Callaway, Paul Winchell, John Stephenson

192. Garbage Pail Kids (1988 TV Series) 3.4/10 Stars: Len Carlson, Tara Strong, Michael Fantini, Cree Summer

193. Mister T (1983 TV Series) 5.9/10 Mr. T and his young gymnastics team fight crime whenever they encounter it on their tour. (30 mins.) Stars: Mr. T, Phil LaMarr, Siu Ming Carson, Shawn Lieber

194. Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (1990 TV Series) 6.4/10 A group of people thwart a mad scientist trying to take over the world with evil mutated tomatoes that he can change into people. (23 mins.) Stars: John Astin, Christian Guzek, Kath Soucie, Neil Ross

195. Punky Brewster (1985 TV Series) 6.5/10 A cartoon spin-off of the wildly popular television show Punky Brewster, the series revolved around the adventures of Punky and her pet Glomer... (30 mins.) Director: John Kimball, Rudy Larriva Stars: Vince Edwards, Alejandro Garay, Patti Glick, David Mendenhall

196. Wacky Races (1968 TV Series) 7.6/10 The participants of an unusual car race compete around America. (30 mins.) Stars: Daws Butler, Don Messick, John Stephenson, Janet Waldo

197. Space Ghost (1966 TV Series) 7.5/10 The adventures of a space superhero who can become invisible and his sidekicks. (30 mins.) Director: Joseph Barbera, William Hanna Stars: Gary Owens, John David Carson, Tim Matheson, Don Messick

198. Avengers (1999 TV Series) 5.6/10 The adventures of the Marvel Comics Universe's greatest general membership superhero team. (30 mins.) Stars: Linda Ballantyne, Tony Daniels, Ron Rubin, Martin Roach

199. The Kwicky Koala Show (1981 TV Series) 7.1/10 Kwicky can move very quickly, which means he essentially disappears whenever Wilferd Wolf is close to catching him... (30 mins.) Director: George Gordon, Carl Urbano Stars: Peter Cullen, Marshall Efron, Matthew Faison, Allan Melvin

200. Trollkins (1981 TV Series) 8.1/10 (30 mins.) Stars: Jered Barclay, Michael Bell, Mel Blanc, William Callaway

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201. Richie Rich (1996 TV Series) 5.9/10 The adventures of the poor little rich boy and his friends. (30 mins.) Stars: Rene Auberjonois, Jeannie Elias, Pat Fraley, Martin Jarvis

202. The Berenstain Bears (1985 TV Series) 7.1/10 We follow a family of bears, known as the Berenstain Bears, as they figure out life together. With friendly neighbors and close friends, the journey is never boring. Inspired by the book series written by Stan and Jan Berenstain. (25 mins.) Director: Buzz Potamkin Stars: David Mendenhall, Ruth Buzzi, Brian Cummings, Christina Lange

203. Wild C.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams (1994 TV Series) 7.0/10 Universal war wages between two prehistoric alien races. One of the races is the heroic Kherubim while the other is the evil Daemonites. Stars: Addison Bell, David Bryant, Chris Earle, Jan Filips

204. Back at the Barnyard (2007 TV Series) 5.7/10 A spin-off of the movie version of the same name, the show follows the lives of the animals on a farm. (85 mins.) Stars: Chris Hardwick, Tino Insana, Jeffrey Garcia, Cam Clarke

205. The Batman (2004 TV Series) 7.3/10 This animated adventure series of Bruce Wayne -- billionaire by day, crime fighter by night -- starts... (30 mins.) Stars: Rino Romano, Alastair Duncan, Evan Sabara, Danielle Judovits

206. The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam! (1981 TV Series) 7.1/10 The adventures of a high school for superheroes while the Marvel Family fights evil with the power given to them by the wizard, Shazam. Director: Arthur H. Nadel Stars: Maylo McCaslin, Barry Gordon, Dawn Jeffory, Burr Middleton

207. Toxic Crusaders (1991 TV Series) 6.8/10 A group of mutants fight against the pollution-loving alien Dr. Killemoff in the fictional city of Tromaville, led by Toxie, a nerd-turned-superhero. (24 mins.) Stars: Gregg Berger, Susan Blu, Rodger Bumpass, Paul Eiding

208. The Karate Kid (1989 TV Series) 5.1/10 Animated series (loosely) based on the film series, in which Daniel, Miyagi and new friend Taki travel the world in search of an ancient Japanese talisman. Stars: Joey Dedio, Robert Ito, Janice Kawaye, Pat Morita

209. Danny Phantom (2004 TV Series) 7.1/10 A 14-year-old receives ghost powers and uses them to save the world (30 mins.) Stars: David Kaufman, Grey DeLisle, Rickey D'Shon Collins, Colleen O'Shaughnessey

210. Ghostbusters (1986 TV Series) 6.5/10 A squad of supernatural investigators are Earth's only defense against an evil ghost wizard and his minions. (25 mins.) Stars: Pat Fraley, Peter Cullen, Alan Oppenheimer, Linda Gary

211. Kim Possible (2002 TV Series) 7.2/10 Kim challenges many villains, while dealing with interesting social issues. (30 mins.) Stars: Christy Carlson Romano, Will Friedle, Nancy Cartwright, Tahj Mowry

212. Sonic the Hedgehog (1993 TV Series) 7.1/10 In a post-apocalyptic and dystopian future, all life has been challenged by oppression and tyranny, as the evil Robotnik is on the wake of controlling Mobius. (30 mins.) Stars: Jaleel White, Bradley Pierce, Charlie Adler, Christine Cavanaugh

213. Rocket Power (1999 TV Series) 6.9/10 Four friends and their daily lives of playing extreme sports, surfing, and getting into some crazy situations. (30 mins.) Stars: Joseph Ashton, Shayna Fox, John Kassir, Ray Bumatai

214. Meatballs and Spaghetti (1982 TV Series) 6.7/10 (30 mins.) Stars: Marilyn Schreffler, Barry Gordon, Sally Julian, Ron Masak

215. Felix the Cat (1958 TV Series) 6.9/10 (30 mins.) Stars: Jack Mercer

216. Mahha GoGoGo (1967 TV Series) 7.2/10 Teenager Gô Mifune aspires to be the world's best race-car champion with the help of his friends, family and his father's high-tech race-car, the Mach 5. (30 mins.) Stars: Katsuji Mori, Peter Fernandez, Corinne Orr, Jack Grimes

217. Waynehead (1996 TV Series) 5.6/10 This show is about a 10 year-old boy who is trying to deal with the problems of preadolescence in his neighborhood in lower Manhattan. (30 mins.) Stars: Jamil Walker Smith, Shawn Wayans, Orlando Brown, T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh

218. Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (1972 TV Series) 6.9/10 The educational adventures of a group of Afro-American inner city kids. (30 mins.) Director: Bob Arkwright, Steve Clark Stars: Bill Cosby, Gerald Edwards, Erika Scheimer, Lou Scheimer

219. Sanjay and Craig (2013 TV Series) 4.6/10 The always odd and often gross-out adventures of a young boy named Sanjay Patel and his talking pet snake Craig. (23 mins.) Stars: Maulik Pancholy, Chris Hardwick, Grey DeLisle, Matt Jones

220. Catscratch (2005 TV Series) 7.1/10 When their owner passes away, three cats, who are brothers that don't resemble each other, inherit a large amount of fortune along with a giant mansion and a very sarcastic butler named Hovis. (23 mins.) Director: Douglas TenNapel Stars: Rob Paulsen, Wayne Knight, Kevin McDonald, Maurice LaMarche

221. Static Shock (2000 TV Series) 7.3/10 In the city of Dakota, a teenage boy with electricity based powers, with the help of his inventive friend, fights crime as a superhero. (30 mins.) Stars: Phil LaMarr, Jason Marsden, Kevin Michael Richardson, Michele Morgan

222. As Told by Ginger (2000 TV Series) 7.1/10 The TV cartoon follows a preteen girl named Ginger Foutley, along with two friends, as they try to fit in social life as well in school and try to avoid any embarrassments. (30 mins.) Stars: Melissa Disney, Jeannie Elias, Tress MacNeille, Aspen Vincent

223. Codename: Kids Next Door (2002 TV Series) 7.2/10 The adventures of a group of ten-year-old friends who fight for the right to do everything that adults restrict from them. (30 mins.) Stars: Dee Bradley Baker, Ben Diskin, Lauren Tom, Cree Summer

224. Grim & Evil (2001 TV Series) 7.7/10 A show featuring the exploits of the Grim Reaper, forced into being the best friend of two children. (30 mins.) Stars: Richard Steven Horvitz, Greg Eagles, Grey DeLisle, Vanessa Marshall

225. Cow and Chicken (1995 TV Series) 6.7/10 The program focuses on the misadventures of two unlikely yet somehow biological siblings: Cow and Chicken. (30 mins.) Stars: Charlie Adler, Candi Milo, Dee Bradley Baker, Michael Dorn

226. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (2004 TV Series) 7.7/10 A boy and his beloved imaginary friend are able to stay together at an orphanage of sorts for imaginary friends that children have outgrown to be adopted by new children. (30 mins.) Stars: Keith Ferguson, Grey DeLisle, Sean Marquette, Phil LaMarr

227. Teen Titans Go! (2013 TV Series) 4.8/10 Superhero roommates Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Raven and Beast Boy love saving the day, but what happens when they're done fighting crime? (22 mins.) Stars: Greg Cipes, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Tara Strong

228. Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars! (1991 TV Series) 7.5/10 Bucky and his crew must fight the evil toads who are bent on taking over the universe. (30 mins.) Stars: Long John Baldry, Jay Brazeau, Garry Chalk, Doc Harris

229. The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo (1964 TV Series) 7.5/10 Animated series featuring Jim Backus's Mr. Magoo character in half-hour adaptations of classic stories for children... (30 mins.) Stars: Jim Backus, Joan Gardner, Marvin Miller, Howard Morris

230. Quick Draw McGraw (1959 TV Series) 7.1/10 Quick Draw Mcgraw was a dimwitted and lanky mustang (horse) who caused much chaos in the Old West. If... (30 mins.) Stars: Daws Butler, Doug Young, Don Messick, Jean Vander Pyl

231. Underdog (1964 TV Series) 7.4/10 The adventures of a rhyming canine superhero. Stars: George S. Irving, Wally Cox, Allen Swift, Norma MacMillan

232. Tales from the Cryptkeeper (1993 TV Series) 7.7/10 The popular cult horror comic books from the 1950's are adapted in this modern cartoon anthology series. (30 mins.) Stars: John Kassir, Elizabeth Hanna, David Hemblen, Stuart Stone

233. Xiaolin Showdown (2003 TV Series) 7.5/10 A young Xiaolin monk named Omi with a giant yellow head leads a trio of other students to collect powerful items known as Shen Gong Wu while battling the evil Jack Spicer who is also after the artifacts (30 mins.) Stars: Jeff Bennett, Danny Cooksey, Grey DeLisle, Tom Kenny

234. Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008 TV Series) 6.6/10 A teenage Tony Stark battles evil with his revolutionary power armor technology. (22 mins.) Stars: Adrian Petriw, Daniel Bacon, Anna Cummer, Lisa Ann Beley

235. Bakuten shoot beyblade (2001 TV Series) 6.8/10 Four beybladers and their genius friend travel the world as team 'Bladebreakers' to win a championship, realizing there's much more at stake on the go. (30 mins.) Stars: Marlowe Gardiner-Heslin, Alex Hood, Gage Knox, Daniel DeSanto

236. Jungle Cubs (1996 TV Series) 6.2/10 The comic adventures of the children of the Jungle Book characters as they cope by themselves with life in the wild... (30 mins.) Stars: Jim Cummings, Pamela Adlon, Jason Marsden, Michael McKean

237. Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters (1988 TV Series) 5.7/10 Episodes feature the Ghostbusters as well as their secretary Janine. But the main star of this show is their pet ghost Slimer, who's joined by some new friends and some new enemies. Stars: Frank Welker, Jeff Altman, Dave Coulier, Danny Mann

238. The Bullwinkle Show (1960 TV Series) 7.9/10 Rocky, a plucky flying squirrel and Bullwinkle, a bumbling but lovable moose, have a series of ongoing adventures. (30 mins.) Director: Frank Braxton, Sal Faillace Stars: Bill Scott, Hans Conried, Charles Ruggles, Julie Bennett

239. Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain (1998 TV Series) 5.9/10 Pinky and the Brain are still trying to take over the world, but now they're operating from Elmyra's house. (30 mins.) Stars: Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche, Cree Summer, Nancy Cartwright

240. Hammerman (1991 TV Series) 4.2/10 The adventures of a musical superhero armed with magical living shoes. (30 mins.) Director: Mike Maliani Stars: M.C. Hammer, John Stocker, Clark Johnson, Jeff Jones

241. The Legend of Tarzan (2001 TV Series) 6.9/10 The further adventures of the jungle hero and his friends. (30 mins.) Stars: Michael T. Weiss, Olivia d'Abo, Jim Cummings, April Winchell

242. Baby Looney Tunes (2002 TV Series) 6.2/10 The characters of looney tunes are all babies and live with granny. (30 mins.) Stars: Sam Vincent, June Foray, Terry Klassen, Britt McKillip

243. SuperTed (1983 TV Series) 7.0/10 In a toy factory, after being made, a teddy bear is put in a storeroom after being deposed. The teddy... (10 mins.) Stars: Derek Griffiths, Peter Hawkins, Jon Pertwee, Melvyn Hayes

244. Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (2006 TV Series) 6.8/10 The adventures of the Marvel Universe's premiere superhero family. (30 mins.) Stars: Hiro Kanagawa, Lara Gilchrist, Christopher Jacot, Brian Dobson

245. Iron Man (2010 TV Series) 6.6/10 When Tony Stark branches his company into Japan, he is opposed by the nefarious Zodiac organization. It's up to Stark's Iron Man to defeat the Zodiac, and defend Japan. Stars: Adrian Pasdar, Ben Diskin, Eden Riegel, Laura Bailey

246. X-Men (2011 TV Series) 7.2/10 X-Men, still grieving over the death of Phoenix (Jean Grey), are investigating a case of a missing mutant girl in Northern Japan. This leads them to a mysterious virus that turns mutants into monsters. U-Men and the Inner Circle want it. Stars: Steve Blum, Cam Clarke, Aya Hisakawa, Katsunosuke Hori

247. Fugget About It (2012 TV Series) 6.1/10 Ex New York mobster Jimmy Falcone joins the Witness Protection Program and is relocated, with his family, to Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Stars: Tony Nappo, Jacqueline Pillon, Chuck Shamata, Emilie-Claire Barlow

248. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 TV Series) 6.3/10 The Incredible Hulk teams up with Red Hulk, She-Hulk, Skaar, and Rick Jones aka A-Bomb to battle the forces of evil in front of cameras for Rick's web-based series to show the Hulk is more hero than monster. (23 mins.) Stars: Fred Tatasciore, Clancy Brown, Seth Green, Ben Diskin

249. Batman Unlimited (2015 TV Series) 7.4/10 This merchandise show displays short episodic battles, and other encounters, around Batman and his Batfamily like Nightwing, Red Robin and Robin. The episodes manage without dialogues. (3 mins.) Director: Jake Castorena Stars: Roger Craig Smith, Yuri Lowenthal, Troy Baker, Brian T. Delaney

250. Where's Wally? (1991 TV Series) 7.3/10 The animated adventures of Waldo and his friends from the Where's Waldo book series. (30 mins.) Stars: Townsend Coleman, Jim Cummings, Brad Garrett, Julian Holloway

251. Potsworth & Co. (1990 TV Series) 7.7/10 Each Night, Potsworth the dog and his 4 friends, Carter his owner, Keiko, Rosie, and Nick go to sleep and enter the realm known as the Dream Zone... (21 mins.) Stars: Charlie Adler, Christine Avila, Michael Bell, Hamilton Camp

252. James Bond Jr. (1991 TV Series) 6.2/10 The adventures of the nephew of the greatest of the spies. (30 mins.) Stars: Corey Burton, Jeff Bennett, Jan Rabson, Mari Devon

253. Kid 'n' Play (1990 TV Series) 6.4/10 (30 mins.) Director: Karen Peterson Stars: Christopher Reid, Christopher Martin, Jack Angel, Tommy Davidson

254. Captain Zed and the Zee Zone (1991 TV Series) 7.7/10 (22 mins.) Director: Tony Collingwood Stars: Jay Brazeau, Garry Chalk, Ian James Corlett, Julian Holloway

255. The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin (1987 TV Series) 7.5/10 Illiop Teddy Ruxpin (Illiops being bear-like creatures) leaves his homeland in Rillonia with his friend Grubby... (22 mins.) Stars: Phil Baron, Will Ryan, John Stocker, Robert Bockstael

256. Sharky & George (1990 TV Series) 6.6/10 Two fish private detectives, big pink shark-like fedora-wearing Sharky as the muscles and small slick bluish-orange George as the brains, fight crime and mad villains in the noirish underwater city of Seacago, reminiscent of 30s Chicago. (26 mins.) Director: Jean Cubaud, Michel Haillard Stars: Mark Camacho, Arthur Grosser, Dean Hagopian, Paul Hawkins

257. Chuckling Bus Story of Boos (1987 TV Series) 7.8/10 The outrageous adventures of Olly the Ox and his animal friends as they keep a farm going by themselves. (10 mins.) Director: Robert V. Barron, Hiroshi Sasagawa Stars: Guido Jonckers, Gerry Middelburg, Piero Tiberi, A.J. Henderson

258. Legendary Ninja Cats (1990 TV Series) 7.6/10 The feline staff of a pizza joint fight crime as superheroes when called for. (30 mins.) Stars: Walter Massey, Mark Camacho, Chieko Honda, Maria Kawamura

259. Pole Position (1984 TV Series) 6.8/10 A teen stunt car team secretly fights crime with the help of their artificially intelligent cars. (30 mins.) Stars: Lisa Lindgren, Kaleena Kiff, David Coburn, Jack Angel

260. Bionic Six (1987 TV Series) 7.5/10 A family of cyborg superheroes fights evil around the world. (22 mins.) Stars: Norman Bernard, Carol Bilger, Samantha Paris, Alan Oppenheimer

261. Ulysses 31 (1981 TV Series) 8.1/10 To return home and restore his cursed crew, a great hero of space and his child companions must find the Kingdom of Hades against all evil opposition. (25 mins.) Director: Bernard Deyriès, Kyôsuke Mikuriya Stars: Matt Birman, Jacques Ebner, Claude Giraud, Séverine Morisot

262. Alfred J. Kwak (1989 TV Series) 7.9/10 After a horrific car accident takes the life of his parents and siblings, a young duckling is raised by his considerate uncle. (25 mins.) Director: Dennis Livson Stars: Ryan van den Akker, Frits Lambrechts, Herman van Veen, Doris Baaten

263. The Legend of Prince Valiant (1991 TV Series) 7.6/10 After his castle is taken over, Valiant, Prince of Thule, has a dream, in which King Arthur calls him to Camelot... (22 mins.) Stars: Robby Benson, Michael Horton, Noelle North, Alan Oppenheimer

264. Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars! (1991 TV Series) 7.5/10 Bucky and his crew must fight the evil toads who are bent on taking over the universe. (30 mins.) Stars: Long John Baldry, Jay Brazeau, Garry Chalk, Doc Harris

265. Back to the Future (1991 TV Series) 6.5/10 The time traveling adventures of Doc Brown, his family and his friend, Marty McFly. (23 mins.) Stars: David Kaufman, Dan Castellaneta, Bill Nye, Christopher Lloyd

266. Conan: The Adventurer (1992 TV Series) 7.5/10 Young Cimmerian barbarian Conan and his allies must stop snake-man wizard Wrath-Amon and his snake-men army from resurrecting evil serpent god Set. Conan must also destroy the evil wizard's ring that turned his family into stone. (25 mins.) Stars: Michael Donovan, Michael Beattie, Scott McNeil, Doug Parker

267. The Bots Master (1993 TV Series) 7.6/10 When a brilliant young robot technician learns of his employer's plans for world domination, he goes rogue to fight back with his force of artificially intelligent robots. (23 mins.) Director: Shigeo Koshi, Xavier Picard Stars: Ian James Corlett, Richard Ian Cox, Michael Donovan, Stefano Giulianetti

268. Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (1993 TV Series) 7.2/10 The adventures of the human survivors in a future dinosaur dominated world. (30 mins.) Stars: David Keeley, Susan Roman, Bruce Tubbe, Dawn Greenhalgh

269. Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron (1993 TV Series) 8.6/10 Two demoted fighter pilots battle evil as high flying masked vigilantes. (22 mins.) Director: Frank Andrina, Kunio Shimamura Stars: Barry Gordon, Charlie Adler, Gary Owens, Tress MacNeille

270. Double Dragon (1993 TV Series) 6.7/10 A animated TV series based on the first Double Dragon video game. (30 mins.) Stars: Jim Byrnes, Garry Chalk, Michael Donovan, Scott McNeil

271. Fantastic Four (1994 TV Series) 6.5/10 The adventures of Marvel Comic's greatest superhero team. (22 mins.) Stars: Beau Weaver, Lori Alan, Quinton Flynn, Chuck McCann

272. Ultraforce (1995 TV Series) 6.3/10 (25 mins.) Stars: Andrew Jackson, Catherine Disher

273. Earthworm Jim (1995 TV Series) 7.5/10 An average Earthworm stumbles upon a supersuit that makes him a superheroic worm! (30 mins.) Stars: Dan Castellaneta, Jeff Bennett, Jim Cummings, Kath Soucie

274. Road Rovers (1996 TV Series) 7.1/10 Road Rovers is an animated action/adventure series starring the most buffed-up and powerful howling hounds ever to walk the planet... (30 mins.) Stars: Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jeff Bennett

275. Captain Simian & The Space Monkeys (1996 TV Series) 7.9/10 A NASA monkey shot into space goes off course and is found by an alien race that mistakes him for Earth's dominant species. Charlie is given intelligence, the rank of Captain, a ship and a mission: to defeat the evil Nebula. (22 mins.) Director: John Fox Stars: Jeff Bennett, Jerry Doyle, Karen Maruyama, Maurice LaMarche

276. Extreme Dinosaurs (1997 TV Series) 6.8/10 In the present, a team of four anthropomorphic dinosaurs created by aliens, must stop three anthropomorphic velociraptors, who want to cause a cataclysm that would speed up global warming and make Earth's climate pleasant for dinos again. (30 mins.) Stars: Scott McNeil, Cusse Mankuma, Garry Chalk, Terry Klassen

277. Men in Black: The Series (1997 TV Series) 6.9/10 The continuing adventures of Agents K and J as they deal with problems with extraterrestrials in New York City. (25 mins.) Stars: Keith Diamond, Charles Napier, Patrick Pinney, Pat Fraley

278. Godzilla: The Series (1998 TV Series) 6.8/10 In this direct sequel to the 1998 Godzilla movie, Dr. Nico Tatopoulos leads a team, known as H.E.A.T, to battle giant monsters with the help of Godzilla's only living offspring. (30 mins.) Stars: Ian Ziering, Malcolm Danare, Rino Romano, Charity James

279. Dave the Barbarian (2004 TV Series) 7.2/10 Follow the adventures of Dave, one incredibly unusual barbarian, who's more interested in raising his family and cooking yummy gourmet meals than conquering new lands. (30 mins.) Stars: Danny Cooksey, Jeff Bennett, Estelle Harris, Erica Luttrell

280. Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm (1995 TV Series) 6.1/10 Fighters from Mortal Kombat tournaments from other worlds and dimensions are invading Earth through dimensional tears... (30 mins.) Stars: Clancy Brown, Olivia d'Abo, Dorian Harewood, Luke Perry

281. Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (1994 TV Series) 7.3/10 The world famous thief, Carmen Sandiego, plays an intricate game of cat and mouse with teen ACME detectives, Zack and Ivy. (21 mins.) Stars: Eric Monette, Dierk Torsek, Rita Moreno, Tim Curry

282. Mummies Alive! (1997 TV Series) 7.2/10 In present day US, a kid releases four ancient Egyptian mummy warriors who help him fight a revived Egyptian evil mummy sorcerer who wants to take over the world. (30 mins.) Stars: Scott McNeil, Dale Wilson, Graeme Kingston, Cree Summer

283. Exosquad (1993 TV Series) 8.6/10 Set in the beginning of the 22nd century, a interplanetary war between humanity and Neosapiens (a fictional race). (30 mins.) Stars: Robby Benson, Garry Chalk, Ewan 'Sudsy' Clark, Ken Camroux-Taylor

284. Spiral Zone (1987 TV Series) 8.0/10 An evil scientist (Overlord) invents a device that emits a radiation that controls the minds of the people within its range... (30 mins.) Stars: Michael Bell, Denny Delk, Dan Gilvezan, Mona Marshall

285. Skeleton Warriors (1994 TV Series) 7.0/10 Prince Lightstar leads the Legion of Light against Baron Dark - once a man, now an evil skeleton lord - and his army of skeletons. Dark's goal is to capture the Crystal that powers the world and Lightstar must stop him. (30 mins.) Stars: Jeff Bennett, Nathan Carlson, Philip L. Clarke, Michael Corbett

286. The Savage Dragon (1995 TV Series) 6.9/10 A Chicago cop finds a huge green-skinned mutant lying on the street. Suffering from amnesia, the mutant joins the Chicago police force to battle evil mutants lead by the mysterious Overlord and tries to uncover his own identity. Stars: Jim Cummings, Kath Soucie, Jeff Bennett, Tony Jay

287. Young Robin Hood (1991 TV Series) 7.7/10 The dashing and upright "outlaw" as a youth outsmarts the Sheriff of Nottingham and his various cronies with the help of younger Maid Marian, Friar Tuck, and Little John. (26 mins.) Stars: Sonja Ball, Thor Bishopric, Kathleen Fee, Jessalyn Gilsig

288. Ring Raiders (1989 TV Series) 6.4/10 A group of Heroic pilots from around the world and time called the Ring Raiders try to stop the sisister actions of Pirate Pilots, with the help of their Power Rings. (30 mins.) Director: Kevin Altieri, Will Meugniot Stars: Jack Angel, Chris Anthony, Roscoe Lee Browne, Rodger Bumpass

289. Action Man (1995 TV Series) 5.7/10 The adventures of Action Man and his friends in the fight against Doctor X. (30 mins.) Stars: Mark Griffin, Patti Allan, Gillian Barber, Nigel Bennett

290. Ozzy & Drix (2002 TV Series) 7.0/10 The further adventures of Osmosis Jones and Drix as they defend the body of a young boy. (30 mins.) Stars: Phil LaMarr, Alanna Ubach, Jeff Bennett, Justin Cowden

291. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003 TV Series) 7.7/10 The lean, mean, green fighting machines are back in an all-new action-packed series! Leonardo, Raphael... (30 mins.) Stars: Michael Sinterniklaas, Wayne Grayson, Gregory Abbey, Sam Riegel

292. Super Mario World (1991 TV Series) 6.9/10 Mario, Luigi and Princess Toadstool are living in Dinosaur Land and have a cute always hungry dinosaur named Yoshi as a pet and a caveman child as a friend. They must stop evil King Koopa and his minions the Koopalings. (30 mins.) Stars: Walker Boone, Catherine Gallant, Tabitha St. Germain, Judy Marshak

293. The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990 TV Series) 7.3/10 Join Mario, and Luigi in 26 action packed adventures based on the classic NES video game. (11 mins.) Stars: Walker Boone, Tony Rosato, Tracey Moore, John Stocker

294. Mega Man (1994 TV Series) 6.9/10 Based off of the popular video game, Megaman. In the year 200X, robot scientists Dr. Thomas Light and Dr... (22 mins.) Director: Walt Kubiak, Katsumi Minokuchi Stars: Ian James Corlett, Scott McNeil, Jim Byrnes, Terry Klassen

295. Swamp Thing (1991 TV Series) 6.7/10 Scientist Alec Holland invents a growth substance that could end world hunger, but a plantation owner obsessed with immortality tries to steal it and causes an accident that turns Alec into a human-plant mutant, protector of the bayou. (30 mins.) Stars: Len Carlson, Don Francks, Philip Akin, Errol Slue

296. Archie's Weird Mysteries (1999 TV Series) 7.5/10 Based on the comic book series of the same name, Archie Andrews and the gang tackle "weird mysteries" and write about them in the school newspaper (30 mins.) Stars: Jerry Longe, Chris Lundquist, Andrew Rannells, Camille Schmidt

297. Casper (1949 TV Series) 6.3/10

298. Birdman (1967 TV Series) 6.9/10 A winged superhero who gets his powers from the sun battles various evildoers with the help of his eagle sidekick Avenger. (30 mins.) Director: Joseph Barbera, William Hanna Stars: Keith Andes, Don Messick, John Stephenson, Vic Perrin

299. Sealab 2020 (1972 TV Series) 6.5/10 Cartoon adventure series that focused on a group of 21st century Oceanauts in their experimental complex on the ocean floor. (30 mins.) Director: Joseph Barbera, William Hanna Stars: Ross Martin, Josh Albee, Pamelyn Ferdin, John Stephenson

300. Space Sentinels (1977 TV Series) 7.4/10 A trio of teenage superheroes, representing three different racial groups, use their powers to fight against evil forces. (30 mins.) Stars: George DiCenzo, Evan C. Kim, Dee Timberlake, Lou Scheimer

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301. Flash Gordon (1979 TV Series) 7.2/10

The adventures of the comic strip space hero and his friends as they battle the tyranny of Ming the Merciless on the planet Mongo. (30 mins.) Director: Hal Sutherland, Don Towsley Stars: Robert Ridgely, Alan Oppenheimer, Diane Pershing, Allan Melvin

302. The New Adventures of Zorro (1981 TV Series) 7.6/10 The further adventures of the masked hero of Spanish California. Stars: Henry Darrow, Julio Medina, Don Diamond, Ernesto Macias

303. The Incredible Hulk (1982 TV Series) 7/10 A research scientist is cursed with the tendency to turn into a giant green brute under stress. (24 mins.) Stars: Michael Bell, Susan Blu, William Callaway, Hamilton Camp

304. The Dukes (1983 TV Series) 6.4/10 The Duke boys and Daisy Duke race against Boss Hogg and Sheriff Roscoe around the world. (30 mins.) Stars: Catherine Bach, James Best, Sorrell Booke, Denver Pyle

305. Centurions (1986 TV Series) 8.0/10 The Centurions are the most powerful fighting force of the 21st century. Equipped with special Exoframe suits... (30 mins.) Stars: Pat Fraley, Neil Ross, Vince Edwards, Ron Feinberg

306. Rambo (1986 TV Series) 6.7/10 On Colonel Trautman's request, John Rambo leads special unit The Force of Freedom against paramilitary terrorist organization S.A.V.A.G.E. (SpecialistAdministrators of Vengeance, Anarchy and Global Extortion) all over the globe. (30 mins.) Director: John Kimball, Charles A. Nichols Stars: Neil Ross, Alan Oppenheimer, Mona Marshall, James Avery

307. The Heckle and Jeckle Show (1956 TV Series) 7.4/10 Two smart alec best friends, oh ya they're magpies. (30 mins.) Director: Mannie Davis Stars: Dayton Allen, Roy Halee, Arthur Kay, Tom Morrison

308. The Ruff & Reddy Show (1957 TV Series) 7.2/10 The adventures of Ruff, a smart and steadfast cat, and Reddy, a good-hearted and brave but not a very bright dog. (30 mins.) Director: Bob Hultgren Stars: Don Messick, Daws Butler, Jimmy Blaine

309. Wally Gator (1962 TV Series) 6.6/10 the misadventures of a friendly gator. (30 mins.) Stars: Mel Blanc, Daws Butler, Don Messick

310. The Great Grape Ape Show (1975 TV Series) 7.4/10 The tender, passionate relationship between a 40-foot purple ape and his wisecracking canine pal. (10 mins.) Director: Charles A. Nichols Stars: Bob Holt, Marty Ingels

311. The Magilla Gorilla Show (1964 TV Series) 6.4/10 Magilla Gorilla is a gorilla who spends his time languishing in the front display window of Melvin Peebles' pet shop, eating bananas and being a drain on the businessman's finances. (30 mins.) Stars: Allan Melvin, Don Messick, Howard Morris, Jean Vander Pyl

312. Go Go Gophers (1966 TV Series) 7.8/10 Colonel Kit Coyote has one last chance to win the west for the U.S. Cavalry, by claiming Gopher Gulch... (30 mins.) Stars: Sandy Becker, George S. Irving, Kenny Delmar, Delo States

313. Aquaman (1968 TV Series) 7.3/10 The adventures of the aquatic superhero and his friends. (30 mins.) Director: Hal Sutherland Stars: Diana Maddox, Pat Harrington Jr., Bud Collyer, Tommy Cook

314. Fantastic Voyage (1968 TV Series) 7.7/10 The government confronts mysterious incidents that threaten international safety and determines it must... (30 mins.) Director: Anatole Kirsanoff Stars: Marvin Miller, Ted Knight, Jane Webb

315. Cattanooga Cats (1969 TV Series) 7.4/10 The adventures of a band of southern beatnik cats. (60 mins.) Director: Joseph Barbera, William Hanna Stars: William Callaway, Casey Kasem, Jim Begg, Julie Bennett

316. Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973 TV Series) 7.6/10 The further adventures of Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of the USS Enterprise, as they explore the galaxy and defend the United Federation of Planets. (30 mins.) Stars: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, George Takei

317. Inch High, Private Eye (1973 TV Series) 6.8/10 Animated childrens show about a private detective who's only a few inches tall. Aided by some normal sized teenagers... (30 mins.) Director: Charles A. Nichols Stars: Jamie Farr, Kathy Gori, Ted Knight, Bob Luttrell

318. Valley of the Dinosaurs (1974 TV Series) 7.2/10 The plane outline is incorrect. There is no plane. (30 mins.) Director: Charles A. Nichols Stars: Jackie Earle Haley, Melanie Baker, Shannon Farnon, Joan Gardner

319. Dynomutt Dog Wonder (1976 TV Series) 7.0/10 The adventures of a robotic dog superhero who proves as much a hindrance as asset to his master, the Blue Falcon. (30 mins.) Director: Charles A. Nichols Stars: Gary Owens, Frank Welker, Henry Corden, Regis Cordic

320. Clue Club (1976 TV Series) 7.5/10 The Clue Club teenagers, aided by their dogs Woofer and Whimper, solve mysteries. (25 mins.) Director: Charles A. Nichols Stars: Robert Hastings, David Jolliffe, Jim MacGeorge, Patricia Stich

321. Jana of the Jungle (1978 TV Series) 7.0/10 The adventures of an Amazon jungle maiden and her companions. (30 mins.) Director: Ray Patterson, Carl Urbano Stars: B.J. Ward, Michael Bell, Ted Cassidy, Marlene Aragon

322. Drak Pack (1980 TV Series) 7.6/10 The nephew of Dracula leads a trio of monster superheroes against the forces of the evil Dr. Dred. (30 mins.) Stars: Hans Conried, Don Messick, William Callaway, Jerry Dexter

323. The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (1980 TV Series) 5.6/10 An animated series based loosely on the TV show "Happy Days". Richie, Ralph, The Fonz and Mr. Cool (The... Stars: Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Don Most, Didi Conn

324. The Ri¢hie Ri¢h/Scooby-Doo Show (1980 TV Series) 6.8/10 A one-hour featuring episodes of both the Scooby-Doo and Richie Rich cartoon series. Scooby and the... (60 mins.) Director: George Gordon, Ray Patterson Stars: Christian Hoff, Frank Welker, William Callaway, Nancy Cartwright

325. Pandamonium (1982 TV Series) 7.3/10 A trio of pandas help a pair of human kids in a race to recover the pieces of a pyramid of power before a cosmic villain does. (30 mins.) Stars: Walker Edmiston, Katie Leigh, Julie McWhirter, Cliff Norton

326. The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show (1983 TV Series) 7.5/10 Every Saturday morning The Peanuts Gang does skits, mostly taken from newspaper strips. (23 mins.) Stars: Bill Melendez, Jeremy Schoenberg, Angela Lee Sloan, Brad Kesten

327. Rubik, the Amazing Cube (1983 TV Series) 5.8/10 Four kids discover that their Rubik's cube is alive, and endowed with amazing powers. They befriend the cube... (30 mins.) Director: John Kimball, Rudy Larriva Stars: Ron Palillo, Michael Saucedo, Jennifer Fajardo, Michael Bell

328. Galtar and the Golden Lance (1985 TV Series) 7.6/10 A first season component of the Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera, Galtar and the Golden Lance was an... (30 mins.) Director: Don Lusk, Alan Zaslove Stars: Joe Alaskey, Bob Arbogast, Michael Bell, Gregg Berger

329. Foofur (1986 TV Series) 6.3/10 Foofur and his friends rival with a woman named Mrs. Amelia Escrow and her pet Chihuahua named Pepe... (30 mins.) Stars: Michael Bell, Susan Blu, William Callaway, Hamilton Camp

330. My Little Pony 'n Friends (1986 TV Series) 5.6/10 The story of a human named Megan in a world of magical ponies and their adventures together in Pony Land. (30 mins.) Stars: Sherry Lynn, Bettina Bush, Susan Blu, Nancy Cartwright

331. My Pet Monster (1987 TV Series) 7.0/10 An ordinary monster doll comes to life when his shackles are released by a magic key. (30 mins.) Stars: Hadley Kay, Michael J. Reynolds, Robert Cait, Alyson Court

332. Babar (1989 TV Series) 6.5/10 The adventures of the King of the elephants, his family, and friends. (30 mins.) Stars: Richard Binsley, Gordon Pinsent, Dawn Greenhalgh, Stuart Stone

333. ProStars (1991 TV Series) 5.8/10 Three of the most famous sports stars of the day team up to respond to emergencies around the world. (30 mins.) Director: Mike Maliani Stars: Charlie Adler, Marv Albert, Jack Angel, Diana Barrows

334. Yo Yogi! (1991 TV Series) 5.6/10 Non-canon update of Yogi Bear and friends, this time as teenage detectives in the local mall. (30 mins.) Stars: Greg Burson, Don Messick, Rob Paulsen, Kath Soucie

335. Capitol Critters (1992 TV Series) 7.1/10 The adventures of the rodent and insect inhabitants inside the walls of the White House. (30 mins.) Stars: Neil Patrick Harris, Charlie Adler, Patti Deutsch, Bobcat Goldthwait

336. Fish Police (1992 TV Series) 8.1/10 Inspector Gill, a fish detective, navigates an underwater metropolis, solving often Mafia-related crimes while avoiding the seduction of vamp Angel Jones and avoiding marriage to diner owner Pearl. (30 mins.) Stars: Edward Asner, Georgia Brown, Tim Curry, Hector Elizondo

337. The Little Mermaid (1992 TV Series) 6.8/10 The 1989 animated feature adapted by Disney for TV in a prequel that leads up to the events of the film. (30 mins.) Stars: Jodi Benson, Samuel E. Wright, Edan Gross, Kenneth Mars

338. Marsupilami (1993 TV Series) 6.3/10 The often off the wall, nonsensical, non-speaking antics of an animated creature with an enormously long tail and his life in Polombia. (30 mins.) Stars: Jim Cummings, Steve Mackall, Samuel E. Wright, Jason Marsden

339. Aladdin (1994 TV Series) 7.2/10 Aladdin, the clever hero of Agrabah, continues his adventures with the help of his fiancee Princess Jasmine, his pet monkey Abu, Magic Carpet, Iago the greedy parrot, and of course his best friend the semi-cosmic Genie. (30 mins.) Stars: Scott Weinger, Linda Larkin, Dan Castellaneta, Gilbert Gottfried

340. Phantom 2040 (1994 TV Series) 7.3/10 The 24th Phantom, the 'Ghost Who Walks,' battles crimes in the future of 2040. (30 mins.) Director: Vincent Bassols, Bertrand Tager Kagan Stars: Scott Valentine, Margot Kidder, J.D. Hall, Jeff Bennett

341. ReBoot (1994 TV Series) 7.9/10 In the inner computer world of Mainframe, a guardian program sprite and his friends defend the system from threats from viruses and the User. (30 mins.) Director: Owen Hurley Stars: Michael Donovan, Kathleen Barr, Garry Chalk, Michael Benyaer

342. Little Bear (1995 TV Series) 7.2/10 Based upon a series of children's books, a grizzly cub has many misadventures with his friends. Stars: Kristin Fairlie, Andrew Sabiston, Jennifer Martini, Sean McCann

343. The Mask (1995 TV Series) 7.0/10 The further adventures of Stanley Ipkiss and his magic reality defying mask. (30 mins.) Stars: Rob Paulsen, Frank Welker, Jim Cummings, Neil Ross

344. Casper (1996 TV Series) 5.9/10 The continuing adventures of Casper, The Trio, and the Harveys, based on the popular 1995 film. Stars: Malachi Pearson, Joe Alaskey, Dan Castellaneta, Rob Paulsen

345. Mighty Ducks (1996 TV Series) 6.5/10 A team of humanoid duck ice hockey team/freedom fighters fight evil between games. (30 mins.) Stars: Jeff Bennett, Brad Garrett, Jennifer Hale, Steve Mackall

346. The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (1996 TV Series) 7.9/10 Computer wiz Jonny Quest and his friends battle international criminals using the resources of the Quest Foundation... (21 mins.) Stars: Frank Welker, Quinton Flynn, J.D. Roth, Michael Benyaer

347. Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000 TV Series) 6.7/10 The further adventures of Buzz Lightyear as a Space Ranger of Star Command and his comrades. (30 mins.) Stars: Patrick Warburton, Stephen Furst, Nicole Sullivan, Larry Miller

348. Loonatics Unleashed (2005 TV Series) 5.4/10 The futuristic descendants of the Looney Tunes characters become superheroes when the aftershock of an alien meteor grants them each with strange new powers. (30 mins.) Stars: Charlie Schlatter, Jason Marsden, Jessica DiCicco, Rob Paulsen

Here are some key moments and events in the history and evolution of cartoons 1877








Cartoons are used to comment and report on the Civil War. Cartoonists are particularly drawn to using Abraham Lincoln as their subject.


Newspaper cartoonists J. Stuart Blackton and Winsor McCay begin making animated short films by filming a series of drawings and projecting them. The Enchanted Drawing is released by Blackton. It is the first silent film to include animated sequences. Because of this, Blackton is considered the father of American animation.


Dec. 7 Thomas Nast dies. He is thought of as the "Father of the American Cartoon" and considered the greatest political cartoonist of the late 19th century. Although he did not create Uncle Sam or the Democratic Donkey as he is often credited, he did popularize those symbols through his work.


April 6 J. Stuart Blackton releases Humorous Phases of Funny Faces, the first animated cartoon in the United States.


May 10 Newspaper editorial cartoonist Rollin Kirby wins the first Pulitzer Prize awarded for cartooning.


Walt Disney begins making short animated cartoons based on children's stories.


Dr. Seuss begins selling cartoons to magazines. Top


Nov. 18 Mickey Mouse is introduced. He is featured in the first ever animated sound cartoon, the short film Steamboat Willie. It is also the debut of his girlfriend Minnie.


Aug. 22 The Skeleton Dance, the first entry in the Silly Symphonies series is released. The famous short animated cartoon is directed by Walt Disney and animated by artist Ub Iwerks.


June 9 Donald Duck makes his debut in Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies cartoon, The Wise Little Hen.


Nov. 5 The Silly Symphonies cartoon The Old Mill is released in the U.S. by RKO Radio Pictures. It is the first film to use Disney's multiplane camera, a special camera that moves artwork past the camera at different speeds and at various distances from each other, creating a 3D effect. Dec. 21 Walt Disney Productions premieres Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It is the first feature length cel animated film. Cel animation is the technique where every frame of the film is drawn by hand. It is also the first animated feature to receive a widespread release. Walt Disney is given an honorary Oscar for the film. Dec. 21 American writer and cartoonist Theodor Geisel publishes his first children's book, And to Think I Saw It on Mulberry Street. He publishes the book under his pen name, Dr. Seuss.


Feb. 23 Pinocchio is released in theaters. It is the second animated feature film released by Walt Disney. Pinocchio is innovative in its effects animation, showing realistic movements of machines, vehicles, water, smoke, and shadows. Nov. 13 Disney's Fantasia is released in 13 cities to mixed reviews. Initially, the film is a financial disappointment due to the movie's production costs, including the sound equipment needed for its showing. Also, World War II prevented showings and profits in Europe. However, due to several successful reissues, as of 2012, the film is the 22nd highest-grossing film of all time after profits are adjusted for inflation. The American Film Institute ranks it as the 59th greatest American film of the last 100 years.


Oct. 23 Dumbo premieres in New York City. The film is one of Disney's shortest animated features and was made to recoup Fantasia's losses.


Aug. 13 One of the most beloved animated films of all time, Disney's Bambi, is released. The film is nominated for three Academy Awards and is part of the Library of Congress' National Film Registry. Top


Nov. 2 The animated short film Gerald McBoing-Boing is released. Adapted from a story by Dr. Seuss, the film is about a little boy who speaks with sound effects, not words. An Oscar winner of Best Animated Short, the comic is also in the United Stations National Film Registry.


July 7 Tom and Jerry creators William Hanna and Joseph Barbera form HannaBarbera Productions along with film director George Sidney.

The cartoon character Yogi Bear appears on The Huckleberry Hound Show for the first time as a supporting character. However, he soon becomes more popular than Huckleberry Hound and becomes Hanna-Barbera's first breakout character. Three years later, he's given his own show.



Sept. 30 The Flintstones begins airing as an animated television sitcom in prime-time. Produced by Hanna-Barbera, the series is the most commercially successful animated series for the next thirty years. TV Guide ranks the series as the second Greatest TV Cartoon of All Time behind The Simpsons.

Scooby-Doo appeared for the first time as a Saturday-morning cartoon series. The series is a success for Hanna-Barbera Productions. Spin-offs, follow-ups, feature films, and television specials will follow. In 2013, TV Guide ranks Scooby-Doo as the fifth greatest television cartoon of all time.




June 22 Who Framed Roger Rabbit is released in theaters by Touchstone Pictures, a division of Disney. The film's positive reviews, box office success, and mix of live-action with cartoons revives an interest in American animation and paves the way for the Disney Renaissance.


Nov. 17

Disney releases The Little Mermaid to positive reviews and box office success. The film is credited for starting the Disney Renaissance era, bringing new life to the animated feature films division. Dec. 17 The Simpsons, a parody of American life set in the fictional town of Springfield, debuts on Fox. The show is created by Matt Groening and will go on to win several Emmy awards and a Peabody Award. Time magazine calls it the 20th century's best TV series. As of 2015, the series is still airing.


March 8 Beavis and Butt-head, a popular animated sitcom based on a short film by Mike Judge, premieres on MTV.


June 15 The Lion King, is released in theaters. It becomes the highest-grossing film of 1994. The movie wins two Academy Awards and becomes the highest-grossing hand-drawn animated film in history. The film spawns a sequel, prequel, and a hit Broadway adaptation.


Nov. 22 The first feature-length computer-animated film, Toy Story, is released. Produced by Pixar Animation Studios, the film is released and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The film receives three Academy Award nominations. Many critics consider it one of the best animated films ever. Two sequels are made, both also massively successful.


Aug. 13 The adult animated sitcom South Park debuts on Comedy Central. Created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the series is set in a small Colorado town and becomes famous for crude, dark, satirical humor. Top


June 30 South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut is released in movie theaters. Based on the popular television series, the film is a critical and commercial success.


May 18 Dreamworks Pictures releases Shrek, an animated film based on William Steig's picture book. The film pokes fun at other movies, especially Disney films and uses popular music in its soundtrack, including a Leonard Cohen song. The film is a major success critically and commercially.


March 24 At the 74th Academy Awards an Oscar is given in the Best Animated Feature category for the first time. Shrek wins.


Nov. 19 Disney's Frozen premieres in Hollywood at the El Capitan Theater. Many critics consider the film to be the best Disney has made in years. The movie is a massive success with audiences, making nearly 1.3 billion dollars worldwide. It becomes the highest-grossing animated film of all time. The movie spawns Disney theme park attractions, books, video games, and more. A Broadway musical is also planned.


March 12 A feature-length sequel to Frozen is announced. March 13 Walt Disney releases Cinderella. The film includes the animated short Frozen Fever, a mini-sequel to Frozen. Directed by Oscar nominee Kenneth Branagh and featuring Oscar winner Cate Blanchett as the Wicked Stepmother, Cinderella opens to positive reviews and huge box office.

Media and Violence: An Analysis of Current Research A Common Sense Media Research Brief WINTER 2013 Excerpt Television content. The most recent studies indicate that 8- to 18-year-olds in this country watch an average of four hours of TV programming per day, more time than is spent with any other type of media (KFF, 2010). The most comprehensive content analysis of TV violence – the National Television Violence Study – was conducted in the mid-1990s (Smith, Wilson, Kunkel, Linz, Potter, Colvin, & Donnerstein, 1998). It coded more than 10,000 hours of programming across 23 channels, including cable and broadcast networks, PBS, and daytime as well as primetime programming. This study counted as violence any act or threat of physical force intended to cause physical harm. The key findings were: • 60% of all shows included violence, ranging from 84% of premium cable shows to 51% of shows on the broadcast networks. • Shows with violence averaged about 6 violent acts per hour. More than half of the violent shows contained lethal acts, and one in four of the programs with violence depicted gun use (Kunkel, 2007). • Fewer than 5% of shows with violence featured an antiviolence theme or pro-social message emphasizing alternatives to or consequences of violence. • Researchers concluded that child viewers will see an average of nearly two gun-related violent incidents for every hour that they watch television (Smith, Boyson, Pieper, & Wilson, 2001).

Is there still morality to be found in modern cartoons?

Absolutely. Most cartoons I see these days deliver clear messages about accepting others despite differences, supporting friends and family, telling the truth, admitting when you're wrong, and standing up and saying something when you see injustice. Sometimes they do involve violence, but the main character is usually the type who fights to protect the weak. Considering how the generation before me revolved around things like a coyote getting the crap beaten out of him every five minutes, I'd say cartoons are actually becoming increasingly oriented around teaching moral lessons. Posted by: Pazu Feature film cartoons, generally, have some sort of moral lesson in them. Many animated movies seem to have an underlying lesson. The lesson may be that it is acceptable to be different from the crowd, or that even bad people can change their ways and be good. Some cartoons depict the main character as surly and unlikeable. As the movie progresses, he learns to make friends, and to be a friend. In most of these cartoons, there is some sort of battle between "good" and "evil". Thankfully, "good" always wins in the end. That is definitely the right message to send. Posted by: VenomousAllen90 Today's cartoons are loaded with moralistic messages, and their importance should not be downplayed. There is much morality to be found in works of artistic expression. Indeed, this is one of the main purposes of art as a whole: to describe to future generations what we valued as a culture. Childhood cartoons are not immune to this, as the artists that create them are products of our larger culture, and are therefore passing the moralistic messages they see onto the consumers of their art. Posted by: C0n5tGet Yes, because some cartoons still contain positive moral scenarios. Most modern cartoons have protagonists that fight against "evil", especially in anime and other "action" cartoons. Many characters fight for the people of their region or homeland. When an evil force, typically a villain with an advanced degree, is suppressing the protagonist, the hero of the cartoon will fight him. Posted by: BigLacy No there is not morality still found in modern cartoons. Modern cartoons no longer hold any moral stories or morality that teaches kids the affects that something might have on one another. Shows such as looney toons, tweety bird, marvin the martian, wiley coyote, they all taught you valuable life lessons about not giving up on your dreams and not letting someone push you down. 90% of modern cartoons have no morals Most modern cartoons center about fart jokes and other toilet humor or about violence. Also they chose the wrong characters as the main characters. For instance Regular show has two main characters that back stab their friends all the time and refuse to do their job, since they are lazy slackers. That show teaches the following things:

1. Having a job is a waste of time 2. Rely on others t do your job 3. Use and lie to your friends to get what you want 4. You can do everything an you still won't get fired 5. Mentally challenged people with brain tumors (Mr. Pops) are the best home entertainment I know that this show has a TV PG rating, but the majority of it's viewers are kids. If you want morals for your kids, you shouldn't let them watch shows from Cartoon Network or Nickelodeon. Disney cartoons (the few they have) are a step forward and in my opinion and My Little pony: Friendship is magic is the best cartoon when it comes to morals... I don't think so... At some point. Modern cartoons nowadays influences kids to act immoral and psychologically violent.. like some kids that I always encounter in our streets. even if they are kids there are times when they talk rudely. Just like in funny cartoons.. Posted by: ellenfrances There is very little to no morality in modern cartoons, because so many of them are based around violence. There is no morality in cartoons, nowadays. Cartoons, today, seem to be centered around violence, and the morality that these cartoons could contain is drowned out by the large amount of volume of violence. Cognitive dissonance doublethink Does no one see the cognitive dissonance embedded into practically every single cartoon? Take Steven universe, where the protagonist is caring and empathic at the same time following a do what thou wilt (disregard of parental authority) gender bender me first creed?!? What'sit gonna do to kids, when adults barely realize... Teaches our children bad morals supported by liberal media. All the cartoons are stupid and dumb your children's brains. They also have gay and same sex propaganda. Look at Frozen and how the song "Let it go" is like letting go of your fears and coming out of the closet to be happy. This all goes back to the liberal media and them trying to shove immoral values down the throats of your children. They try to teach them what is wrong is actually good and what is moral is actually bad. I'm so disgusted with this world and the evil behind the scenes! (

If 90s Cartoons Taught Us Anything, It’s These Valuable Life Lessons by Arushi Kapoor 02 May, 2016

Remember the time you'd rush home from school only to catch your favourite show on Cartoon Network? As 90s kids we've all had a special relationship with classic cartoons and all the wisdom they unwittingly imparted. Truly the golden years of cartoons, the characters and the shows not only entertained us to no end, but also gave us invaluable life lessons we can still cherish as adults. To take you on a nostalgia trip to your 90s living room, here are a few of the most valuable life lessons that the cartoons of that era so brilliantly imparted to our unsuspecting young minds. Brace yourself: Nostalgia is coming.

The Flintstones You can lead a happy and fulfilling life without technology.

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Scooby Doo The real monsters are humans, and there are all kinds of the worst ones.

The Roadrunner show Never give up.

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Powerpuff Girls Size does not matter, and you can be badass without compromising on your femininity.

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Also, gender stereotypes need to be on their way out.

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Courage, the cowardly dog Face your fears head on. It's okay to be afraid.

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Dexter's Lab It's okay to love science and pursue your passion from a young age.

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Tom and Jerry Even if you fight with your BFF all the time, at the end of the day, you love them.

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Little Lulu Learn to laugh at yourself.

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Popeye We can all harness strength and beat the odds if we get the right push.

Captain Planet Be environmentally conscious and responsible.

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Swat Kats You can make a huge difference in your own way.

The Addams Family You're not weird. You're just different.

Even if others ostracise you for being different, your family will love you no matter what. The Mask You always need a little bit of crazy in your life. Be true to yourself.

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1. Popeye He ate spinach and suddenly gathered the strength to deal with everything. But spinach was only a metaphor. We can flip our life at any moment and make ourselves bigger, better and stronger. 2. Scooby Doo Scooby always had friends around, but what made him special was the fact that he faced his biggest fears all alone. And that’s exactly what we needed to learn. Face your fears to overcome them. It's really easy when your friends have your back. 3. Richie Rich He was rich, but he used his money for all the right reasons. Humility and a calm attitude will take you places. 4. Jerry, the mouse He was super cute and always got his way out of trouble. Lesson learnt - There is no point getting intimidated by stronger rivals. Just be innovative and survival will be easy. 5. Johnny Bravo The poor boy got rejected by so many women, but his confidence always remained intact. Bravo taught us to keep trying, and trying harder every time. 6. Spongebob Mr. Squarepants taught us to look at the brighter side of things, even if no one else did. 7. Pokemon The series taught us to go beyond mediocrity and always strive to become the best.

8. Tweety Bird She was tiny, but she lived on the principle 'size didn't matter'. Tweety taught us the most relevant lesson today - how to think quickly on our feet. In this deadlineoriented world, this is one lesson we must never forget. 9. Nemo Life will let us down sometimes, but we've still got to swim and keep swimming. 10. Bugs Bunny Being scared of our flaws never helped anyone. Bugs Bunny taught us how to embrace them. 11. Winnie The Pooh Pooh was most adorable and there are just too many lessons to learn from him. The most important ones are about love and patience. A little consideration, a little thought for others, makes all the difference. And if the person you are talking to does not appear to be listening, be patient. It may simply be that he has a small piece of fluff in this ear.

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