The iconic Tom and Jerry show always takes us down nostalgic memory lane and allows us to grin stupidly like no tomorrow. The madcap slapstick with pursuing Jerry with all his might is stuff that has the potential to make everyone laugh.
It is a classic battle that we can never get over. So, what are the other iconic TV shows or films with amazing cartoon characters that still make smile, grin, and guffaw out loud? Somehow, we can never have enough of these shows.
Shaun, the Sheep
Shaun the Sheep is another nineties show that has all the makings to turn out to be a great laughathon. Here, the protagonist, Shaun the Sheep, thinks and acts like a person in a barnyard, and more often than not, it gets him into trouble.
The farmer’s sheepdog, Bitzer, watches Shaun and his friends keep them out of trouble. The farmer is doing his own thing, oblivious to the humane-like traits of the brood of animals he keeps; the animals are a great fit and have loads of fun together.
The Penguins of Madagascar
The cute little Penguins throw in everything right from action-packed high jinx and capers. It has everything to keep audiences riveted to their screens and hold onto their seats to keep them from falling off the chair from laughter. It has everything right from buzzing bee invasion to an escapee elephant, and you will love every bit of it.
Chip ‘n Dale
This Disney features characters Chip ‘n’ Dale in a completely new set. The series was first shown on the Disney Channel on March 4, 1989, after a preview episode on August 27, 1988. Tad Stones and Alan Zaslove are the creators of this animation series.
Chip and Dale are a pair of anthropomorphic chipmunks first seen in 1943’s Private Pluto. The mischievous brothers are famous for their high-pitched speech, gluttonous appetites, and pulling a fast one on unsuspecting beings. The episode Rescue Rangers: To the Rescue was later broken into five episodes, and it was on the air for the weekday run.
Scooby-Doo is Hanna-Barbera’s creation. The series, produced by Warner Bros. The show went on air in the United States on Cartoon Network on September 13, 1969. It has been a wonderful journey since then. The animated series added a whole new flavor to our Saturday Mornings.
Scooby-Doo is the eponymous character and protagonist of the animated television franchise of the same name. He is a male Great Dane and assists the amateur detective Shaggy Rogers, with whom he has several personality traits in common. He has a mix of canine and human behaviors like you would see in various other talking animals in Hanna-Barbera’s shows. His voice comes in a more slurred, dog-like voice. His catchphrase is, of course, Scooby-Dooby-Doo!”
Wander Over Yonder
The adventures of Wander is an eternally optimistic intergalactic traveler and has philanthropic traits. He is a do-gooder and is quick-tempered. However, he is a perfect foil to his buddy Sylvia. He is one of the friendliest faces from outer space. Wander journeys hops from one galaxy to another to spread good cheer and help who is in a bit of a spot.
The stallion’s fun-loving escapades often make them clash against the villain Lord Hater and his army of Watchdogs. They do just the opposite of the friendly stallion and spread hate as they travel from one planet to another. Their freewheeling adventures spread good cheer and made us enjoy the fun ride with plenty of laughter.
The adventures of the billionaire Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie, their famous uncle Donald Duck, Mrs. Beakly, Webby, and Roboduck is what makes Duck Tales a laugh riot. The episodes are all about adventures and hidden treasures everywhere, in their hometown Duckburg and worldwide. It is what harmless fun is all about. Believe us when we say this, you won’t feel like turning off the show. As an adult, you can relive your childhood. If you have kids, you can introduce them to a whole world of fun cartoons you loved as a child.
So, make Saturdays a family affair. Don’t forget to watch these classics over some popcorn, nostalgia, and laughter with your loved ones!