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Old 06-15-2012, 02:04 PM   #1
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Fave Animated Character 2012 & As Kid

Buonasera,

As we take our pens or keyboards in hand, we shall embark on a trip into the 20th century ... Who were your fave animated cartoon characters ? Looney Tunes ? Disney ? Drop us a reply and let us know ...

Look forward to hearing from you once again ...


My faves as a child: Disney in general ... I have always been veered to animals, thus Disney for example: Bambi, the Dalmations, Lion King ...

However, if I were to move right along into the 21st Millennium: The Avatar and Garfield ...

Have a lovely Father´s Day and
nice weekend. Ciao,
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Old 06-15-2012, 03:53 PM   #2
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Betty Boop, Bluto, Bugs Bunney, Jiminy Cricket, Pepe Le Pew, Pluto, Porkey Pig , Snoopy, Sylvester, Brian Griffin.
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Old 06-15-2012, 04:03 PM   #4
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Old 06-15-2012, 06:17 PM   #6
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Growing up, my parents had illogical warped religious ideas. We could read Sunday Newspaper comics, but No Comc Books allowed. So Dick Tracy and Little Orphan Annie Yes, Davy Crockett and the Archies No. That didn’t keep me or my brother from hiding places. And comics could easily be traded with friends at / or after school.

My favorites were Superman and mostly cowboys like the Lone Ranger .

However we were allowed tv cartoons, probably because Disney was ok.
I like some already listed and will add Road Runner cartoons in with them.

Betty Boop -- mucho background music was by Cab Callaway. Didn’t know this as a child. Worth a Rewind and look at again today .

I probably wouldn’t be let off the hook without stating, I like Robert Crumb’s characters, including my namesake picture at the left, Mr Natural. Here’s an autobiographical cartoon sequence he did about music album covers he made for re-issues. I like this kind of music, which is neither here nor there, it seems to go together for me.

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Old 06-15-2012, 06:27 PM   #7
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Growing up, my parents had illogical warped religious ideas. We could read Sunday Newspaper comics, but No Comc Books allowed. So Dick Tracy and Little Orphan Annie Yes, Davy Crockett and the Archies No. That didn’t keep me or my brother from hiding places. And comics could easily be traded with friends at / or after school.

My favorites were Superman and mostly cowboys like the Lone Ranger .

However we were allowed tv cartoons, probably because Disney was ok.
I like some already listed and will add Road Runner cartoons in with them.

Betty Boop -- mucho background music was by Cab Callaway. Didn’t know this as a child. Worth a Rewind and look at again today .

I probably wouldn’t be let off the hook without stating, I like Robert Crumb’s characters, including my namesake picture at the left, Mr Natural. Here’s an autobiographical cartoon sequence he did about music album covers he made for re-issues. I like this kind of music, which is neither here nor there, it seems to go together for me.

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Old 06-15-2012, 07:30 PM   #8
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Anything Miyazaki/Ghibli studios puts out is great.I enjoy them as much as the kids.
My favorites are probably Porco Rosso,Totoro and Graveyard of the Fireflys.

When I was a kid I liked Pink Panther,Chilly Willy,Klondike Cat and Dudley Doright.
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I was asked that question by an AT&T rep a few weeks ago and I couldn't come up with an answer. Being an account security question there's no way I could have come up with the same answer if presented with the same question months down the line. :)
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I was asked that question by an AT&T rep a few weeks ago and I couldn't come up with an answer. Being an account security question there's no way I could have come up with the same answer if presented with the same question months down the line. :)
In the spirit of the rigamarole nature of security questions the use of a 'common' word (e.g. scata) can be used as a workaround response.
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