Cartoons always make us happy and also make us imagine stuffs which are totally new and different. Here are the Top 10 Cartoon Characters who always made us happy and helped us to relief our stress.
10. Fred Flintstone:
His real name is ‘Fred’ (‘Frederick’) Flintstone, if translated into Spanish would be Fred Flintstone. His favorite phrase is Yabba-dabba-doo!. He is the main character in the animated series ‘The Flintstones’, originally called The Flagstones English, but it was not. It was produced by William Hanna and was the first cartoon series for television Barberahecha Joseph. It is by far the most important series that has produced all of Hanna-Barbera has few. Really does not deserve the last place … but you decided.
He was born on June 15, 1962. At the start of the story is six years old. In the ten years of the comic apparently reaches the third or fourth grade. Mafalda is a little girl worried about humanity and world peace. He likes the Beatles and Woody Woodpecker. His favorite food is pancakes, you can enjoy while eating soup-dish-hating to eat the dessert. In the City of Buenos Aires is a place called Mafalda, as well as a plaque on the building where he lived while drawing Quino and where the story is set. Mafalda has been translated into over thirty languages.
8. SpongeBob SquarePants:
SpongeBob Square first appeared on May 1, 1999 on Nickelodeon, quite young in contrast to others. ‘He lives in a pineapple under the sea’, as he sings the song. The city is curiously called Bikini Bottom and has a snail, Gary, who acts like a cat. The big question, Bob, is or is not …, well its creator Stephen Hillenburg, has clarified that in fact SpongeBob is asexual, which would eliminate the Possibility for their alleged homosexuality, although in one episode when the school boats almost give your license is sex shows that m (male). I tend towards the clarification of its creator. In 2007, was named by TIME as one of the greatest television shows in history. "He deserved eighth place?
Uzumaki Naruto is a hyperactive adolescent ninja. Its name translated into Castilian (Naruto) refers to a ramen seasoning called Kamaboko and last name (Uzumaki) means spiral. His great desire is to become Hokage, the ninja in his village. The Japanese manga was published first by Sh? Eisha in 1999 at number 43 in the journal Sh? Nen Jump in Japan. Naruto is the 5th best-selling manga in the history of Japan, with over 89 million copies sold. Already been translated into many languages, apparently in many cases since 2005.
6. Tom and Jerry:
Its inception, apparently dating from a movie created in late 1939 and released in theaters on February 10, 1940, Puss Gets The Boot focuses on Jasper, a gray cat tries to catch a brown rodent anonymous. In 1941, the film was nominated for an Oscar for best animated short film, but lost to another MGM cartoon. The producer Fred Quimby decided not to conduct more cartoon cat and mouse, but eventually allowed to continue using the characters, known since then as Tom and Jerry. The Hanna-Barbera shorts are important for having won seven Academy Awards, tying it with Walt Disney Silly Symphonies animated series as more prizes. Very well deserved place in this list.
5. La Pantera Rosa:
La Pantera Rosa appeared publicly for the first time in 1964 thanks to the film by Blake Edwards with the same name, "The Pink Panther", in which his appearance was limited to three and a half minutes of animation sequence, still won the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. Character At first it was quite different from what we know now. Because of its success in short it was decided to spread it on TV as an animated series. In late 1984 he issued only 26 episodes of a series entitled: La Pantera Rosa and their children, at least I did not know that the panther had children. At 45 years the Pink Panther is, for some tastes, the nicest cat in the history of the drawings.
4. Bugs Bunny Rabbit:
In the 30′s Bugs became the archrival of another character in this list, Mickey Mouse. However, between these two iconic characters was a big difference. On one side Mickey and his friends defended the joy of living, however Bugs and his colleagues preferred the speed, ferocity and astonishing transformations. Bugs Bunny became as popular as Mickey and like other animated characters, won an Oscar and was adapted to the marketing tactics of the 90. Bugs Bunny Rabbit is without doubt the nicest, and one of the greatest achievements of Warner Bros, you have to do with animation. His favorite phrase is "um, (chewing) … What’s Up, Doc?". More trivia …
His real name is Kakarot and a fictional extraterrestrial race Saiyan. Curiously, his story is similar to that of Superman, it is sent to Earth to conquer it, shortly before the destruction of his home planet at the hands of the tyrant Freeza. Is the son of Bardock and born in the year 737. As if some wonder, Goku measures 1.75 m and weighs 62 kg. There is much controversy over this character, years ago warned the media and demonstrated how dangerous it is to see imaginenes with flashing lights and colors such as those in this series, plus many hidden things in this series. However, for many is one of the manga Japanese consumers, most favorite.
2. Mickey Mouse:
There are many versions in terms of its creation, such as the official legend says was created by Walt Disney during a train journey, and that his original name was Mortimer, but it changed to Mickey at the request of his wife, Lillian. Another curious legend is that Walt Disney created the character while playing around a roedot the drawing board for Kansas City. Anyway, Mickey Mouse was born out of necessity, in 1927, Disney lost the rights to its previous character. Mickey Mouse was the first fully synchronized sound cartoon. Mickey is known in other countries under a different name, for example in Italy is called Topolino, in Sweden is known as "Musse Pigg" and in China as "Mi Lao Shu." Mickey Mouse is another way of naming. More trivia …
1. Homer Simpson:
His full name is Homer Jay Simpson. After 11 years he was raised solely by his father Abraham Simpson, and her mother had to flee from justice to paralyze the business of Mr. Burns. The word that Homer expressed as a complaint, Ou! ("D’oh!" English) was not invented by him, but it’s learned from his father, Abraham Simpson. The series of The Simpsons (trivia) debuted on December 17, 1989 and since then The Simpsons has won numerous awards. Time magazine’s December 31, 1999 issue named it the best series of the twentieth century, and the January 14, 2000 received a star on the Walk of Fame Hollywood. Not for nothing Curious readers of Metro, said Homer Simpson, character in the series as the "most popular character, for some, of all time." More Curiosities of Homer.
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