Thread: Top 5 Best Hanna Barbera Cartoons?

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    Top 5:

    1. A Tie between Scooby Doo and Tom and Jerry
    2. The Flinstones
    3. The Jetsons
    4 Yogi Bear
    5. Top Cat
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      my top 5 hanna barbera cartoons has to be

      1 wacky races
      2 huckleberry hound
      3 flintstones
      4 top cat
      5 two stupid dogs
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        Quote by TheMusicdewd18
        Top 5:

        1. A Tie between Scooby Doo and Tom and Jerry
        2. The Flinstones
        3. The Jetsons
        4 Yogi Bear
        5. Top Cat


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          Quote by TheMusicdewd18
          Top 5:

          1. A Tie between Scooby Doo and Tom and Jerry
          2. The Flinstones
          3. The Jetsons
          4 Yogi Bear
          5. Top Cat

          MY top 5 is:

          1. Flintstones
          2. Jetsons
          3. 2 Stupid Dogs
          4. Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy
          5. Pixie and Dixie
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            #1: Tom and Jerry
            #2: Tom and Jerry
            #3: Tom and Jerry
            #4: Tom and Jerry
            #5: Tom and Jerry
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              Quote by stake
              #1: Tom and Jerry
              #2: Tom and Jerry
              #3: Tom and Jerry
              #4: Tom and Jerry
              #5: Tom and Jerry


              I like Tom and Jerry too
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                YOU DON'T SAY!!!
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                  Quote by thecrow174
                  YOU DON'T SAY!!!


                  I do say
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                      1.The early Cartoon Cartoons (Like Classic Dexter's Lab)
                      2.Tom & Jerry.
                      3.The Flintstones.
                      4.2 Stupid Dogs.
                      5.Johnny Quest.
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                        My top five would be something like...

                        1. The Flintstones
                        2. Huckleberry Hound
                        3. Tom & Jerry
                        4. Quick Draw McGraw
                        5. The Jetsons
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                          Quote by Derk
                          My top five would be something like...

                          1. The Flintstones
                          2. Huckleberry Hound
                          3. Tom & Jerry
                          4. Quick Draw McGraw
                          5. The Jetsons


                          If that is your opinion by the way for me The Smurfs are #1
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                            Quote by retroman
                            Quote by Derk
                            My top five would be something like...

                            1. The Flintstones
                            2. Huckleberry Hound
                            3. Tom & Jerry
                            4. Quick Draw McGraw
                            5. The Jetsons


                            If that is your opinion by the way for me The Smurfs are #1


                            ...'Kay.
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                              Quote by Derk
                              Quote by retroman
                              Quote by Derk
                              My top five would be something like...

                              1. The Flintstones
                              2. Huckleberry Hound
                              3. Tom & Jerry
                              4. Quick Draw McGraw
                              5. The Jetsons


                              If that is your opinion by the way for me The Smurfs are #1


                              ...'Kay.


                              Put it there
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                                Quote by retroman
                                Quote by Derk
                                Quote by retroman


                                If that is your opinion by the way for me The Smurfs are #1


                                ...'Kay.


                                Put it there


                                Just pretend it's there.

                                I mean, it's a good cartoon, I don't hate it. But it's not in my top five.
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                                  Quote by Derk
                                  Quote by retroman
                                  Quote by Derk


                                  ...'Kay.


                                  Put it there


                                  Just pretend it's there.

                                  I mean, it's a good cartoon, I don't hate it. But it's not in my top five.


                                  That's all right with me
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                                    For me, the Tom and Jerry shorts are totally number one. Flintstones would be number 2, cause regardless over whether one likes it or not, it made a great impact on TV animation as being the first prime time animated show. Than just for the sake of rounding out the list, I'll say Hong Kong Phooey, Scooby Doo and...ah heck...let's say the Powerpuff girls.
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                                      For me, the Tom and Jerry shorts are totally number one. Flintstones would be number 2, cause regardless over whether one likes it or not, it made a great impact on TV animation as being the first prime time animated show. Than just for the sake of rounding out the list, I'll say Hong Kong Phooey, Scooby Doo and...ah heck...let's say the Powerpuff girls.


                                      Power puff girls are not Hannah Barbara
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                                        Quote by retroman
                                        Quote by Old_school_JJ
                                        For me, the Tom and Jerry shorts are totally number one. Flintstones would be number 2, cause regardless over whether one likes it or not, it made a great impact on TV animation as being the first prime time animated show. Than just for the sake of rounding out the list, I'll say Hong Kong Phooey, Scooby Doo and...ah heck...let's say the Powerpuff girls.


                                        Power puff girls are not Hannah Barbara


                                        Yeah it was created by Craig McCracken.
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                                          Quote by TheMusicdewd18
                                          Quote by retroman
                                          Quote by Old_school_JJ
                                          For me, the Tom and Jerry shorts are totally number one. Flintstones would be number 2, cause regardless over whether one likes it or not, it made a great impact on TV animation as being the first prime time animated show. Than just for the sake of rounding out the list, I'll say Hong Kong Phooey, Scooby Doo and...ah heck...let's say the Powerpuff girls.



                                          Power puff girls are not Hannah Barbara


                                          Yeah it was created by Craig McCracken.


                                          Yeah before he created the much better Foster's home for imaginary friends
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