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For racing buffs, this film's particularly interesting — it features scenes shot at the actual Indy , and cameo appearances from racing drivers of the day. Mature Young 18plus Bigtit Old n young Pussy We are working hard to be the best Speed Pics site on the web! Pornstar Hardcore Vintage German K with Susan Sarandon Short Herself. I found a message on google some time ago saying Top Cat definitely has the best theme song of any Hanna Barbera cartoon.

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But they were missing the point somewhat — Speed Racer's physics-defying lunacy and eye-popping palette were a perfect translation of the anime to live action. This late-period silent movie stars William Haines as Bill Whipple, a wannabe racing driver who reckons he can take on the best at the Indianapolis But will he be able to woo flapper Pat Anita Page? For racing buffs, this film's particularly interesting — it features scenes shot at the actual Indy , and cameo appearances from racing drivers of the day.

Thanks to the vast amount of footage shot of Senna, Kapadia was able to cut the film like a feature, alternating between wide shots, close-ups and in-car views. It's particularly effective during the final act, when a series of accidents at the San Marino Grand Prix lend the film a feeling of impending doom, in the build-up to Senna's fatal crash.

Sure, Paul Walker wasn't a believable tough guy, and Vin Diesel is far too big to be good at racing in those light cars. But somehow The Fast and the Furious was still a positive evolution in the car chase film genre. Thanks to special effects taking us through the engine, more modded cars than at Santa Pod, and a love of street racing, it's spawned four sequels to date.

Wheel warrior? We've got the films that'll crank your engine and get your cams spinning. Here, in no particular order, are our 25 favourites…. Top Cat ran from until on ABC; only 30 episodes were made. In fact, many of the actors from The Phil Silvers Show were featured in this cartoon. Top Cat was a yellow cat who wore a purple hat and vest and was the leader of a gang of street cats.

The character was a con man much in the vein of Sgt. His main protagonists were a local police constable and the members of his gang. Since the gang lived on the streets, many episodes were about them trying to get food from various people and establishments. Even as a kid, I could appreciate the humor of this series. I really don't know what drew me to it as a child. Maybe the great theme song and the voices and the fact they were cats.

He was created in and was voiced by Daws Butler. Snagglepuss was a pink lion who lived in a cave. He was always trying to improve his lot in life but always failed miserably. His signature line was "exit, stage right. Here is yet another animal cartoon character that I loved as a child. If found him funny and as an adult I can appreciate the way he talked even more.

Deputy Dawg debuted in and was produced by Terrytoons. He was voiced by Dayton Allen.

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The character was a Southern deputy sheriff who dealt with stereotypical southern events. The show became so popular that some of the cartoons were shown in movie theatres. I think as a child I was drawn to the accents and the fact it featured talking animals.

I guess most children are attracted by those sorts of characters. And adults would be attracted based on the satire of regular life. In , it won the first Emmy award given to an animated show. Huckleberry Hound was a blue dog with a Southern drawl and he was voiced by Daws Butler. Huckleberry Hound has always been one of my favorite cartoon characters.

His personality always attracted me and the adventures he had were always entertaining. And, who could not love a blue dog with a southern drawl a la Andy Taylor? Actually, the entire Flintstones show is said to be based on The Honeymooners.

It was basically aimed at adults and was the first to do so. Of course, the kids all loved it too. Fred Flintstone was voiced by Alan Reed. Fred lived with his wife Wilma, and later their daughter Peblbles. The premise of the show was Fred always trying to improve the life of his family and trying to get away with as much as he could.

The Flintstones is my all-time favorite cartoon show from the s. It is one show that stands up to repeat viewing. The show is still syndicated today. The Tom and Jerry cartoons go back to the s when they were produced as animated shorts. They finally showed up on television in These cartoons were very enjoyable to me as a child.

Yet another animated animal duo that had humorous adventures. He became one of the most popular cartoon characters ever produced by Hanna Barbera. Yogi and his sidekick Boo Boo bear lived in a cave in Jellystone Park. Yogi was always on the lookout for picnic baskets but was usually thwarted by the park ranger. I remember Yogi Bear very fondly; he was definitely right up there with Fred Flintstone in my opinion.

The show never failed to make me laugh. George Jetson was the father from The Jetsons television program. The show debuted in September of on ABC. Surprisingly, since it seems to have such a foothold in the public imagination, it only ran until March of and produced 24 episodes.

However, a second series was produced in the s. George was voiced by George O'Hanlon. The show was basically a space-aged Flintstones. George lived in a high-rise apartment with his wife Jane, his two children Elroy and Judy, robot maid Rosie and dog Astro. The show was about George and his family and their lives in the 21 st century.

This was one of the first sci-fi shows I became interested in. Many children in the early 60s were very interested in astronauts and space and this was a cartoon show that helped you to imagine some of the possibilities the future might hold. Magoo was created in and was originally shown as animated shorts in the movie theatre.

In , The Mr. Magoo show debuted on television. This resulted in many amusing stories. He also had a dog named McBarker. Magoo was voiced by Jim Backus. I remember seeing this show on television and enjoying the character. Magoo was at once a nice old man and a cantankerous one. His adventures made children, and adults, laugh.

An example of changing times is that when the live-action film Mr. Magoo was release, blind groups got upset that it was making fun of those with vision problems. Bullwinkle J. Moose first appeared on the Rocky and Friends cartoon series in ; the show was later changed to The Bullwinkle Show because of the popularity of the character. Bullwinkle was voiced by Bill Scott, head writer of the show.

Bullwinkle and Rocky the flying squirrel lived together in Frostbite Falls and Bullwinkle graduated from Wossamotta U. Bullwinkle was a great character. He was seen as simple and rather dumb, but he usually ended up getting ahead of the game. The show is almost more entertaining as an adult than it was as a child. To comment on this article, you must sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

Thanks for the memories. I see the cartoons on TV and wander, what happened to the classic characters I grew up with. When my childhood became chaotic, I could get lost for a little while. I don't think that I would have made it had I not been able to clear my mind and dwell in the world of cartoons. I seem to think they were with Quickdraw McGraw.

Half the fun is knowing everyone of these cartoons. The other half is watching them. Thanks for the list it was fun reading through it. And in this case thanks for having both parts in one place. Love this hub Uninvited Writer. I agree with your choice of cartoon characters and it really shows my age.

Of them all I would have to admit that Top Cat is and always will be my favourite. I heard that Arnold Stang his voice dies recently, but he will never be forgotten for the distinctive voice he provided T. How they didn't take their time like they did on the original shows. I'm not surprised.

I hated watching newer movies with the brighter colors and I don't know That "Flintstones meets the Jetsons" bothered me, because of one particular scene where Fred throws Barney out of the window of the Skypad apartments. I was thinking about the older cartoons, black and white, that had caricatures of movie stars.

One guy said " I go everywhere, I do everything, but, I still don't have any fun. I loved this hub I am amazed that I was watching reruns back then I think the first time it hit me was when I heard the Flintstones was actually a primetime tv show. Lots of the characters you listed are favorites When my 6 year old gets up for school Thanks for the trip down memory lane I love Hanna Barbera; their cartoons were excellent.

Like you The Flintstones is my all time favourite cartoon. Must have been hard to pick only 10 from a galaxy of stars drawn from the paint and pencil boxes of the TV world: I don't think LT are all that good. They're not very cute. A couple no one has mentioned Felix the cat and Mighty Mouse and as for the best theme song it has to go to mighty mouse I can still remember almost every kid on the playground running around singing ""Here I come to save the Day".

This hub brings back a lot of memories. Almost everyone I know have grown up watching these cartoons regardless of how old they are today. Isn't it amazing how these cartoon characters have impacted not only the generation of 50s and 60s but still play a role in the upbringing of children around the world in the 21st century?

I'm sure you had a whale of a writing this hub, pondering over childhood memories and a lot more. Great hub! I would like to fine-tune something I said earlier. Their second year they moved to Saturday mornings. Wacky Racers and Penelope Pitstop were on about the time I was getting a little old for Saturday morning cartoons, so I only remember the names.

But Johnny Quest, oh yes! His show was so cool. Johnny Quest was very similar, only he was younger than eighteen. By the way, if you are interested in looking up some of these, there's an online cartoon encyclopedia at toonopedia. It's fun to read, but it's written by only one man, so you might want to check other sources as well.

Still, don't forget to come back here and share with all of us your wonderful memories. Nothing like the personal touch! Does anyone remember the Wacky Racers - the mobhill gang, Penelope pitstop They all like to race. Thanks for all the comments. I love how people are helping each other out, I'm learning a lot about cartoons: Joe, you're looking for "Clyde Crashcup" and his lab assistant Leonardo.

He specialized in inventing things that have already been invented, like the stove, the bathtub, or the chair. The Chipmunks starred in the other three segments two of them were sing-alongs. Clyde later had a Wonder Book and a brief series of five comic books which are sought after by collectors , and he made a couple of guest appearances in later versions of the Chipmunnks in the 80s and 90s.

Wikipedia and toonopedia. I loved this hub and all the great comments too. These were also some of my favorites. One thing about "Rocky and Bullwinkle": I felt the same way when I read cartoons in the Sunday morning "funny papers" like "Li'l Abner" and "Pogo". After I grew up I understood what it was. They were political cartoons!

The political satire went over my head as a kid. The Soviets responded sounding like Boris , "We know all about moose and squirrel. You are trying to start war! I love to watch The Jeston cartoon. Let email TBS and ask them to do this! The children should count for watching TV. It's simply a matter of opinion. Dear Friends: I am sure that all of the US made cartoons are wonderful.

I still wonder why it happened. Ademar Del Poz, Brazil. Oh my I loved Mr. MaGoo, and Bullwinkle. Let's not forget Beenie and Cecil Okay, forget the shows for a minute. I want the animals at the top of the page for my kids. My mom found a Woddy Woodpecker from somewhere that she can't remember -- a year ago. I found it in her garage just as my 7 year old was discovering the show.

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