We all love them, those classic
cartoons which you just can't ever forget.
These cartoons are
here to stay with us.
The cartoon artist has gilded them to
paper for eternity, and he knows how to draw the classic cartoons, for our kids and their kids to enjoy as long as
they are remembered. These classic cartoons has created a memory of
their own, a life of their own and a genre of their own.
influenced the way people think and the way people are creative
about classic cartoons. It's true when they say "Cartoons aren't made the
way they are used to".
Today's cartoons finds it difficult to keep
up with the honesty and trueness of the classic cartoons. All
these classic cartoons has a history with them, and they are here to
Here is a list of all the "Golden
Oldies" of our time. Look for your favourite classic cartoons that keeps
your childhood memories alive.
Harry & Toto
Harry and Toto are best friends and together they live in
Opposite Town. They help youngsters to spot the difference
in every episode.
They are just as different from
each other. Harry is a hare who is really fast, while Toto
is a tortoise who is very slow.
With them are a lot
of animals ready to help with a problem or give advice. A
problem usually arises when Harry and Toto are playing
together. This way they have to find a solution, realizing
that there are always two sides to a story.
episode of this cartoon learns young viewers opposites using basic examples.
The Smurfs originally in French called "Les Schtroumpfs" is
about a group of small blue creatures called Smurfs, created
by and first introduced as a series of illustrated comic
strips by the Belgian cartoonist Peyo.
comic appeared in the Belgian magazine Spirou, and several
decades later was adapted into English by Hanna-Barbera
Productions who titled it The Smurfs.
The Smurfs is
about tales of bold adventure. Almost all the characters
look essentially alike — mostly male, very short "as tall as
3 crab apples high", with blue skin, white trousers with a
hole for their short tails, white hat in the style of a
Phrygian cap, and sometimes some additional accessory that
identifies a personality.
For example, Handy Smurf
wears overalls instead of the standard trousers, a brimmed
hat, and a pencil above his ear.
The Smurfs can walk
and run, but mostly they are seen skipping on both feet.
Their favorite food is sarsaparilla (a species of Smilax)
leaves, whose berries the smurfs naturally call smurfberries.
Some of the common Smurf characters are Lazy Smurf,
Grouchy Smurf, Brainy Smurf, and so on. All smurfs, with the
exception of Papa, Baby, Smurfette, Nanny and Grandpa, are
said to be 100 years old.
There were originally 99
smurfs, but this number increased as new Smurf characters
appeared, such as Sassette and Nanny. Smurfette is not one
of the original smurfs because she was created by Gargamel,
the evil wizard.
This one will always be one of the
classic cartoons on the list.
The Cramp Twins
The Cramp Twins is an animated series created by cartoonist
Brian Wood. It is about Lucien Cramp and Wayne Cramp,
non-identical twins who live with their hygiene-obsessed
mother and Western-obsessed father in the town of Soap City.
Obviously, neither get along. Wayne's best friend is
Dirty Joe. Then there's Wendy Winkle who has a huge crush on
him even though he hates her. His enemies are Miss. Hillary
Hissy. Lucien's friends are Tony Parsons, Mari and Luke
Lucien is the smarter out of the two twins,
but also considered the 'eco-loser' and is not really a
fighter, and thus, is bullied by Wayne. He enjoys science,
nature and is a vegetarian. He keeps pet worms, which is
unknown to everyone else, except Tony and Mari and hides
them underneath his bed. Lucien has a fear of clowns, knows
how to knit and likes to go to the swamp. Lucien is
technically the oldest one of the two twins as he was born
first. Wayne often calls him "nerd" or "girlpants".
Wayne Archibald Cramp is taller and less intelligent than
Lucien. Normally spending time thrashing/beating up Lucien,
Wayne has a blue skin. He is obsessed with junk, which he
collects and hides in his room, and spends most of his time
at the junkyard, which is owned by his only friend, Dirty
He has a fear of the swamp and is afraid of
frogs. Wayne is constantly annoyed by Wendy Winkle, who has
a crush on him. Wayne is extremely in love with anything
sugary, which appears to be his source of energy and if he
is deprived from it, he becomes tired and speaks nonsense.
He likes to give the impression that he is the best-behaved
of the twins to his mother but he is a horrible bully and
troublemaker, and sometimes it is Lucien who gets in trouble
for his misbehavior, although there are many cases in which
he got what he deserved.
In the Fall of 1969, the Pink Panther cartoons made their
way to television via The Pink Panther Show. NBC added a
laugh track to the original cartoons, with Marvin Miller
brought on as an off-camera narrator talking to the
Pink Panther during bumper segments featuring the Pink
Panther and The Inspector together.
shorts made after 1969 were produced for both broadcast
and film release, typically appearing on television
first, and released to theatres by United Artists.
One version of the show was called The Think Pink Panther
Show. A number of sister series joined The Pink Panther
on movie screens and on the airwaves, among them The Ant
and the Aardvark, The Tijuana Toads (a.k.a. The Texas
Toads), Hoot Kloot, and Misterjaw (a.k.a. Mr. Jaws and
Catfish). There were also a series of animated shorts
called The Inspector, with the bumbling Clouseau
inspired Inspector and his sidekick Sgt. Deux-Deux, whom the Inspector is forever correcting.
The studio was
sold to Marvel Comics in 1981, and became Marvel
Productions. In the 1984 the series, "Pink Panther and Sons"
in which the still-silent Pink Panther was a father of
his two talking sons, Pinky and Panky. Yet another new
series of cartoons, called The Pink Panther, produced by
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation, premiered in syndication
in 1993, and had the Pink Panther speaking with the
voice of Matt Frewer. Unlike the original shorts, not
all episode titles contained the word "pink", although
many instead contained the word "panther".
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. in conjunction with Jordan's
Rubicon animation company began co-production of the
animated series "Pink Panther and Pals" portraying a
teenaged panther and his friends.
A Pink Panther
comic strip was started in 2005. It was written and
illustrated by Eric and Bill Teitelbaum.
unmistakeable trademark of the Pink Panther is his