You’ll be blown away by these bizarre facts about cartoon characters. These cartoon character facts have been gathered just for you and will have you turning on your TV to catch an episode. If you’ve ever been a fan of cartoon network or cartoon characters in general, you’ll be surprised by these bizarre facts. Get ready to learn every secret there is with these 25 bizarre facts about cartoon characters!
Cartoon characters speak for all of us with their funny brand of entertainment and you won’t believe some of these bizarre secrets of your favorite cartoon characters. If you’re a fan of The Simpsons or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on Cartoon Network you’ll be amazed to know the behind the scenes decisions that make these shows tick. Think you know everything about Rocko’s Modern Life? You don’t know the origins of Heffer Wolfe until you watch this list! Think Chuckie from Rugrats sounds familiar? You’ll have to watch this list to figure out why! Grab your cereal and pull on your Saturday jammies and check out these bizarre facts about cartoon characters. Leave us a comment below letting us know which cartoon is your favorite!
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In this list, Mike brings you the 25 best cartoon character facts - from a secret cartoon conspiracy to funny coincidences. Did you know that Thundercats led to just under a hundred children being named Cheetara in the 80s? Or that Gary and Patrick from Spongebob Squarepants are actually related? Did you know that our favorite classic cartoon (Donald Duck of course) was used as anti-Nazi propaganda during World War II? If you have a place in your heart for cartoon characters, this is the list for you. Find out more bizarre facts about cartoon characters like GI Joe, Doug, Batman, Transformers, Muppet Babies, Rainbow Bright, Spiderman, Winnie the Pooh, Animaniacs, and more when you watch this amazing list!
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my favorite cartoon growing up and still to this day is Scooby Doo. my favorite character from the cartoon was shaggy and fun fact. his voice was done by Casey Kasem. the theme song was sung by Sony Bono I know I butchered his last name RIP Sony...
Nancy Cartwright had a book: "My Life As A 10 Year Old Boy".
Funny how Johnny Bravo was fought for by women as he seemed mysoginistic, as far as would be gone in a cartoon context.
Disney was said to be a Massive Nazi sympathiser.
Bugs Bunny. There's an urban legend that Mel Blanc was allergic to the carrots he munched on while recording for Bugs Bunny cartoons. Mel Blanc repeatedly stated that he was not allergic to the orange vegetable. He did, however, spit out chewed carrots into a bucket in between takes.
OK, first, how is it 'sad' that Magneto wasn't played by some obscure voice actor instead of motherfucking Sir Ian McKellan? Dude. Think first, then speak.
Second, his name is not Peter Lore. it's Lorre, like the British word lorry.
Tara Strong voices some anime characters.
The actress that voices starfire in teen titans also did Nia from gurren lagann.
The guy who did the riddler in batman Arkham knight voiced chief from Armored Core V
The Simpsons was the first adult orientated cartoon show, that was initially commissioned to be aired around the commercial breaks, during The Tracey Ullman Show, 17 December,1989. Critics of the show have often complained that some of the themes are not suitable for children- forgetting this is not Tom & Jerry and nor is it meant for broadcast on the children’s network.
I loved a Japanese cartoon called G-Force (Kagaku Ninta-Tai Gatchaman) or sometimes just Gatchaman. The US-branded voiced-over show was called Battle of The Planets. The character Mark was voiced by Kasey Kasem, as my sister pointed out. I didn't even know it was originally Japanese until my Dad pointed that out reading the credits at the end.
I also loved another show Star Blazers (Space Battleship Yamato). The voice actor (Eddie Allen) for the enemy leader (Leader Desslok) had no idea that the show was even being watched/loved. Many years later he attended a reunion of some sort to a nearly teary-eyed bunch of fans. It's amazing how something like that can stay with you for nearly your whole life.
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How can people not know that Bart is voiced by a woman? Children in series are always voiced by women. That knowledge is so basic - that's as if you just said "most people don't know that potatoes grow underground"
+list25 how do we suggest a list? like 25 most fascinating things that happen when people were frightened? Like someone kicked in a brick wall or their hair turned white....( my uncle had that happen hand to god...he almost got hit by a train...his car got hit and he got out in time. his hair was jet black, then in a few weeks his hair eventually turned SNOW WHITE! he was like 40.)
Not your best list honestly. These facts werent exactly "bizarre". Oh wow, Bart Simpson and Chuckie Finster were both voiced by women! Everyone knows that. Hell you didn't even mention that Christine Cavanaugh is dead! She was a childhood icon behind the scenes and her death barely made a blip on the evening news. A damn shame if you ask me
Here's another fun fact about the Warner sister Dot. The creator of the Warner Brothers actually does not have a daughter and the third sibling was originally going to be a boy similar in design to Wakko's with a somewhat more down to earth personality closer to that of Yakko's. However it was decided that having three male main characters pretty much left out the female demographic as well as would have left a lot of untapped comedy potential. Thus the Warner sister was created instead.
I knew about Paul winchell...he was also a.famous ventriloquist. I think he did Mortimer snerd. It's not Charlie McCarthy because that's Edgar Bergen. 25 is obvious if you watched reruns of Andy Griffith and. 3's company...edit Jerry Mahoney and knucklehead smiff(not Smith) pop pop used to call me that.
My favorite cartoon character comes from a little known Canadian show called Kevin Spencer, his name is Allen The Magic Goose, the title character's imaginary best friend and trouble-maker. Another character I like from that show is Kevin's dad Percy Spencer's superhero alter ego Drunken Welfare Man. The show's for adults as there's shit-tons of drugs, booze, sex, swearin' and excessive violence, the title character Kevin is a 16 year old chain smokin', alcoholic sociopath and his mum's a drunken whore.
*Kenny from South Park is based on a real childhood friend of 1 of the animators either Stone or the other1 I don’t remember he dies a lot in the show because the actual Kenny whose name is actually Kenny used 2 skip school a lot & every1 in school would say Kenny died he was also poor
*In the Disney Comics Donald Duck is the sole air 2 Scrooge McDucks fortune he even stole his Uncles fortune by the help of his Cousin Gladstone after he got on a fight with his Uncle over ruining his peanut 🥜 selling business Gladstone agreed 2 help after having an agreement with Donald that he would leave Daisy 4 ever it was altered in the next issue that he only agreed 2 leave her for 1 year he then felt sorry & gave Scrooge his money back💰
*The Simpsons has 1 of the highest sound cast death rates in an animated series if not the highest they also have a policy of not recasting voice actors so if a voice actor dies his characters die/retire with him
*Though Flintheart Glumgold the rival of Scrooge McDuck is a fellow Scot in the cartoon show Duck Tales in the comics he's a Borbin South African but because the cartoon was shown in the 90s with racial tence in South Africa between Blacks & Whites they didn't want 2 show Glumgold as a rich White South African so they made him Scottish
Undertaker9711 Actually I don’t do it to b cool or lame it’s just how I write online it also let’s the words take less place making the comments shorter for people to read I’m not trying to b hip if people don’t except me just the way I am weather I’m cool or lame or whatever then that’s their problem not mine
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