Category Archives: cartoons

Working list – Favorite fictional spies of film and TV

FILM James Bond – multiple actors (see image above) and multiple James Bond 007 films Ethan Hunt – Tom Cruise in multiple Mission Impossible films Jason Bourne – Matt Damon in multiple Bourne films George Smiley – Gary Oldman in … Continue reading

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Working list – Favorite spy sagas based on true events

To this blog author, spy stories are among the most thrilling and intriguing literature that can be read. This is especially the case for those stories that are based on actual historic events. The working list below identifies my favorite … Continue reading

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Classic cartoon and comic strip rivals/adversaries

Archie vs. Reggie Batman vs. Joker, Penguin, Riddler, Catwoman, and other villains Buck Rogers vs. Killer Kane Bugs Bunny vs. Daffy Duck Bugs Bunny vs. Elmer Fudd Bugs Bunny vs. Yosemite Sam Dagwood vs. Mr. Dithers Dexter vs. Susan “Mandark” … Continue reading

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Dynamic television cartoon duos

A little cartoon fun by listing some of the best animated duos on television. In most cases, these pairs are buddies, but in a few cases they are actually opponents, such as with Tom and Jerry and Roadrunner and Wile … Continue reading

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Favorite (and punniest) villain names of classic TV cartoons

  Listed below are my favorite villain names from classic television cartoons (1950-1980). Some are funny, some are quite punny, and all of them successfully get the point across that these are villains without being overly scary, offensive, or gross. … Continue reading

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“Rut-Roh” – Favorite animated dogs of TV and movies

A little fun heading into the weekend with a listing of favorite animated dogs from television and movies. The top 5 are listed in bold, while the remaining ones on my list are listed ignored by bullet points. If there … Continue reading

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If pigs ruled the world…

A little fun, satire, and sarcasm on a cold, winter Thursday. Enjoy! If pigs ruled the world… …they would go “hog wild” in celebration. …every government and privately funded project would be a “pork project.” …there would be no cities, … Continue reading

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The Old West Personified in a Town’s Iconic Name

Frontier Towns, Chapter 2: Pecos, Texas Few names portray a better image of the Old West than “Pecos.” The Pecos River is the natural dividing line between central and western Texas, as to the west of this iconic river the … Continue reading

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Favorites of 2017

One of my New Years resolutions for 2017 was to read more classic literature and watch classic films I have missed in the past. As you can see form this list, I have accomplished that, partially in thanks to TCM … Continue reading

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Fictional cartoon cities and towns

Here’s my list of cities and towns from well-known, popular, and classic cartoons and animated films. If there are any I am missing, please feel free to send suggestions along. The date of the most recent additions are shown in … Continue reading

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