作者：葡萄小丸子 2017-08-06 00:45
11. SpongeBob SquarePants
Though several channels exist that provide entertainment made for the Y-rating crowd, one cartoon has endured for more than a decade, becoming more famous than its Nickelodeon fellows: SpongeBob SquarePants. SpongeBob is joined by Patrick Star, Squidward Tentacles, Mr. Eugene Krabs, Sandy Cheeks and the other citizens of Bikini Bottom. The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie was released in 2004, andSponge Out of Waterwas released in 2015. SpongeBob's undying optimism and staccato laugh keep us coming back for more.
12. Eric Cartman
Eric Cartmanis usually the villain onSouth Park. Since 1997, creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have had Cartman abducted by aliens, sent to fat camp, imagining he's dead and owning an amusement park. His unemotional, pragmatic view toward his achieving his goals has resulted in many dire circumstances, as well as catch phrases, like, "Screw you guys. I'm going home."
13. Daffy Duck
Daffy Duck is to Bugs Bunny as Wile E. Coyote is to the Road Runner. He debuted in 1937's Porky's Duck Hunt. Over the decades he transformed from a clumsy clown to the sarcastic character we know today. Does Daffy envy Bugs? Is jealousy at the heart of his bitter attitude toward Bugs? Regardless, his tantrums and schemes make for great cartoons.
14. Porky Pig
Porky Pig has been stuttering, "That's all folks!" .That's the appeal of the sweet little swine. Friz Freleng and Bob Clampett brought Porky to life in 1935'sI Haven't Got a Hat. He was famous in his own right, starring in films like Porky in Wackyland.He was also cast opposite his Looney Tunes friends, in films like Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century.
15.Scooby-Doo and Shaggy
Scooby-Doo and Shaggy are inseparable, in their antics and on this list. They're funny on two levels. The first is, seen through the eyes of a child, they're just silly cowards who somehow always save the day and remain best friends. But watch Scooby-Doo as an adult, and you'll wonder if the van driving, spacey talk and continual snacking are lifestyle symptoms of the same folks who inspired Pineapple Express. The original 1969 title, Scooby-Doo,Where Are You?, was a parody of then popular TV seriesCar 54, Where Are You?.
Blind, adventurous and oblivious are not a safe mix for an old dude, but Mr. Magoo makes it work. Time after again he misses the bullet, so to speak, and we laugh all the way. Mr. Magoo was introduced to audiences in UPA's 1949 cartoon The Ragtime Bearand was originally voiced by Jim Backus (Gilligan's Island).
17. Beavis and Butt-head
Mike Judgebrought us these stuttering slacker teenage boys on MTV from 1993 until 1997. They worked at a fast food restaurant, went to school, watched videos and drove adults mad. Beavis and Butt-head were even popular enough to spawn a feature film, Beavis and Butt-head Do America, in 1996. The boys returned to MTV with new episodes on October 27, 2011.
18. Fat Albert
"Hey, hey, hey! It's Faaaaaaaat Albert!" Who doesn't know that quote, that theme?Fat Albert and the Cosby Kidswas created and voiced by Bill Cosby. The Saturday morning cartoon spoke to kids of color, living in not-so-Bel Air conditions. Forgetting the 2004 live-action movie, the cartoon is a classic that taught lessons in a warm and funny way.
19. Betty Boop
Betty Boop was a star in the 1930s when talkies overtook silent films. Her black and white sex appeal, cutesy voice, and ditzy charm made her a hit. Now her image is iconic, appearing on all kinds of merchandise. Her character was parodied in the raunchy cartoon Drawn Together.
The Flinstonestook the all-American family back in time, but the Jetsonstook it to the future. George Jetson was like Fred Flintstone and every other sitcom father we've seen. He worked to take care of his family, and only wanted some peace and quiet from time to time. But his kids, wife, dog and boss kept him from it. Famously being trapped on a treadmill (who hasn't been?) in the opening credits, it's easy to remember George Jetson.