Cartoons are some of the most popular sources of entertainment and for decades, both adults and children have watched these shows and movies. Thousands of cartoons have been created and while everyone has their personal favorites, there are certainly some which are more popular than others. With that, many of the characters have gone down in the history books as some of the most creative and memorable ones to be created.
Animated cartoons first appeared in the 19th century and were based on flip books and drawings which were looped. Almost two centuries later, the cartoon world has branched out into 3-dimensional computer animated, stop motion, motion graphics, as well as the traditional format.
Some of the most memorable characters include Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jerry, Mickey Mouse, Scooby Doo, Batman, Marvin the Martian, The Grinch, Popeye, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Jessica Rabbit, Winnie-the-Pooh, Yogi Bear and the Peanuts characters.
If you were given descriptions of some of these characters, would you be able to guess who they are? Well, this quiz was designed to test your knowledge of the most popular animated character to have ever been created. How many will you correctly identify? Take this quiz to find out!
There's no more famous mouse than Mickey! He was the creation of Walt Disney, and he appeared first in "Steamboat Willie"!
George of the Jungle is a popular cartoon character that was a parody of Tarzan. He's not very smart, but he sure is handsome!
Daffy is the famous Warner Bros. duck. His best friend is Bugs Bunny, and he's got some pretty funny antics!
Beavis and Butthead first appeared on MTV in 1992. They're the quintessential teenage boys with too much time on their hands.
The Grinch tried to steal Christmas on TV in 1966. He is one of Dr. Seuss' most memorable characters.
Wile E. Coyote is doing his best to destroy that Road Runner, but it never works! He's always falling off a cliff to his doom.
Rocky and Bullwinkle are the famous squirrel and moose duo that make us laugh. Boris and Natasha were other famous characters in the show.
Those massive forearms! Popeye eats spinach to make him strong. In reality, no one should actually eat that much spinach.
Tweety made his debut at Warner Bros. in 1942, and Sylvester followed years later. Despite his attempts, Sylvester never gets to eat poor Tweety.
Bugs Bunny is one of the most famous cartoon characters of all time. He's famous for saying, "What's up, Doc?" He made his debut in 1940.
Scooby-Doo is the beloved pooch with the friend named Shaggy. They and their other teen friends have been solving mysteries on TV since 1976.
Mr. Magoo was famous for being nearsighted. The delightful character first appeared on "The Ragtime Bear."
Gumby is the lovable claymation character with a friend named Pokey. He was created in 1953.
These crazy birds have funny accents, all right. They first appeared on movie screens in 1946.
Remember Yogi and Boo Boo? They lived in Jellystone Park and got into all kinds of trouble.
Alvin was the lead chipmunk! He and his brothers Simon and Theodore loved to sing! They have a great Christmas album.
Boris and Natasha were America's answer to the Cold War. We thought all Russians were like this devilish pair!
Angelica Pickles was a brat, to say the least. She was popular on Nickelodeon, and was also in "The Rugrats Movie."
Daria Morgendorffer was a side character on "Beavis and Butthead." She got her own show on MTV in 1997 and is now just known as Daria.
That's right. She was a DC Comic, a TV cartoon, a live TV character and she got her own movie! We can't get enough of Wonder Woman.
Bobby Hill is the main focus of King of the Hill. He shares a much better relationship with his father Hank than the Simpsons enjoy.
Since Homer and his family debuted in 1987, they've never left us. "The Simpsons" is still on television to this day.
Charlie Brown always steals our hearts! It's like nothing ever goes right for him, and his dog is more popular than he is!
This lovable character from "South Park" is always getting into some crazy situations. He appeared first on Comedy Central in 1997.
Fat Albert was the creation of Bill Cosby. "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids" ran until 1985.
The Pink Panther appeared in the credits of the Peter Sellars movie, then got his own TV show. Talk about moving up in the world.
Josie and the Pussycats were the Destiny's Child of their time. They began as characters in the "Archie" comics, but then they got their own show!
Winnie the Pooh was so beloved, that Disney had to own him! The gentle bear has appeared in many TV shows and specials.
Mighty Mouse famously exclaimed, "Here I come to save the day!" Andy Kaufman made his theme song quite famous on "SNL."
Woody Woodpecker is known for getting into trouble. But he's also known for his cackling laughter!
Felix the Cat is by far the oldest. He appeared in silent movies starting in 1919! He does look young for his age, though.
Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup were the Powerpuff Girls! They protected Townsville, USA, since 1998.
Rainbow Brite was the color protector. She and her colorful friends had a delightful TV series that began in 1984.
Despite his stutter, Porky Pig was able to conclude every Warner Bros. cartoon! He first appeared in 1935's "I Haven't Got a Hat."
The Jetsons were that space-age family that had it all! The original version only ran for two seasons, but fans have never forgotten it.