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What old cartoon would you like to see in the big screen?

I grew up  watching cartoons like GI-joe, Ninja Turtles, Spiderman, Winnie The Pooh, X-men, Justice League, The Marvel Superheroes, He-man and SHe-ra and some of them are already made in the big screen. What I am thinking of is Captain Planet, I really want to see this come into movies as this is another superhero that saves the planet.

How about you guys what other cartoon do you think that you would like to see on the big screen?

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Kakashi2020

A reboot of Daimos would be great, it's one of the best Mecha series back then, saw it back in the 90's and with the graphics nowadays, I think it would be a very good anime to watch.




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treecko142

I'm excited to see the upcoming film Christopher Robin! Really loved Winnie the Pooh when I was younger and I want to see this new adaptation, especially after the success of the 2 Paddington Bear movies. Hopefully, this one got it right as well.




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DenisP

I just said to myself that if someone hasn't mentioned Winnie the Pooh yet, that is going to be my answer. I was a huge Winnie the Pooh fan when I was a child. I had several children's books including the originals, I watched the movies, and I loved the television series as well. Growing up with Pooh, I was super happy to see them doing a realistic rendition in the Christopher Robin movie. I've also been meaning to see Goodbye Christopher Robin, which is the story of the author's life and the creation of Winnie the Pooh.




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Marako0406

I guess that is granted as this year we have a movie that has Winnie The Pooh in it which is titled "Christopher Robin" and of course Pooh's friends are also there. I was excited to see this movie and the reason is because Winnie The Pooh has been a part of my childhood days as well and this movie has the real life-like Pooh and friends and it's a great way to reminisce.




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overcast

Most of the known cartoons that I have seen in 90s are now turned into movies. Though some of the cartoons are yet to be done like in the hannah barbara toons - centurions, galtar, birdman and few others. So it seems like there are lot of cartoons not yet converted. Sometimes I feel it's better that way. And it can be really interesting to see how the cartoons are changing the way society works.




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ballyhara

One of my favorite cartoons where The Thundercats, and I would love to see them come to life. Can you imagine how great would be the visual effects, when Mumm-Ra transforms himself in the All-powerful Mumm-Ra? Oh, and when Lion-O uses the Sword of Omens. Apparently, there are rumors of some possible movie for 2019 about them, and even Milla Jovovich said she would love to play Cheetara. Honestly, hope they can make it, I really liked those guys, and they are really great superheroes.




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fishbate

Yeah, Thunder Cats would be nice. I have totally forgotten this cartoon until you mentioned it. I used to watch them when i was a kid and i think i use to mimic them. A movie would be nice, i know for sure that kids nowadays gonna love it.




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ChristineOh

I liked Thunder Cats. I'm always watching it too and I have a bunch of comics about it. I read those comics for a couple of times. You're right, it would be nice if they will make a movie of it.




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jennyfermanuel

Peter Pan. What old cartoon would you like to see in the big screen? It's an old cartoon story. Although they have made it on the big screen many times. I still wanted to watch it over again and see the changes or progress in terms of special effects.
I wanted to watch it over again even when I get old, I will still be excited to know if they have released it again on the big screen.
Well I am hoping they will. It maybe a very old cartoon story, but the character itself "Peter Pan" who wouldn't grow up has an amazing effect to me, or maybe also to other who are still fond of the story.
It maybe a very old story but I still think of it as if it is new, it is young. Or maybe I love it because it makes me feel like a kid again.




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Martinsx1

Peter Pan for me as well, I really enjoyed watching this old cartoon animation very much back then. What I love so much about the cartoon is the humor that comes with it. When a cartoon lacks humor in it, then it's no longer cartoon but a movie in my opinion. Cartoon animations are meant to induce laughter and happiness to those watching it, and it's exactly what watching Peter Pan did for me.




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RhealaineS

Yes please! My younger self really fell in love with Peter Pan. I even imagined myself as Wendy. I look forward to seeing it in the big screen.




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jennyfermanuel

Good to know that there are people who loves Peter Pan as well What old cartoon would you like to see in the big screen?
Let us wait and hope until they'll make it on the big screen again.
Any thought of who will be the actor to play as Peter Pan? I am imagining Lucas Till, Daniel Radcliffe, or maybe Justin Bieber. LOL




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Kakashi2020

I would really like to see a new Justice League series which is based on the movie. I've been a fan of the old 2000 series which run in Toonami for 2 years but, I think having a new series based on the live action justice league movie would be really great more so if they paytern it's storyline in Anime for more depth, targeting mature audiences, that means a continuous story unlike westernized cartoons which are mostly stand alone stories.




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Barida

This is one cartoon that I can't forget in a hurry. I mean that getting to enjoy its trills back in those days was enjoyable. One thing that I like about watching cartoons is that you get to feel that laughter while you watch those plays since they try to mimick some lots of real life situations.




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wallet

I remember when I saw for the first time Bambi the old one from 1942, it was amazing for me, I would like to see it again, it would remember me of my childhood when I was the first time with my parents and saw a cartoon movie.




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treecko142

Bambi is such a classic, and I would really love to see an adaptation for today's modern world, where the values present in the story still holds true. I'm pretty sure I would still be emotional despite being a grown man if they can do the story right.




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EfficientNinja

I would like to watch Princess Mononoke on our home TV. However, I still cannot find a subtitle that is in sync with the video. The subs are too far from the voice and it is hard to sync manually. I guess I'll watch the film from another source because I haven't watched this film before and I hear it is good.




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treecko142

Yeah, animated films by Hayao Miyazaki like Princess Mononoke are really good, the animation is so good for the time it was produced and the story is very relevant as well until now.




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fishbate

I would like to see Voltes V again and seeing it in cinema would be nice. Also it would be nice if they make a 3D version of it. I have seen old cartoons like Astroboy updated and turned 3D. A new age Voltes V would bring back good times with a little bit of a twist.




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Kakashi2020

A reboot of Voltes V would be epic. It's probably the grandaddy of all Giant Mechas, it was number one then and with the awesome graphics nowadays, kids and adults would be addicted to a Voltes V reboot.




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treecko142

Oh wow, now I want to see all of my childhood cartoons to be on the big screen. I used to mimic the laser sword action every time it comes in the cartoon.




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amelia88

Oh, I loved Captain Planet back when I was younger and a remake of that on the big screen would be fun! Earth... fire... wind... water...heart - gooooooooo planet!




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fishbate

Lol, well said i couldn't agree more. Captain Planet has a great story and value in it. I know for sure that kids nowadays will appreciate that cartoon.




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vinaya

When I was a child, I watched a lot of HeMan. I want to watch HeMan in big screen.




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ballyhara

Oh yes I liked to watch He-man a lot, also the female version his sister She-ra. I could spend hours watching those two, because I loved her castle and when she was using her sword. Honestly, He-man villains were so much better than She-ra ones, and the plot was basically the same, but in that moment visual effects seemed great to me, and I wanted to be a Superhero like them.




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vinaya

I am glad to hear that at least somone shares mi desire to see HMan for te big screen. As far as I remember the visual effects in the cartoon was not as good as the modern times visual effects. However, back in thoese days, it was wonderful. I never though about becoming super heros because to me thy were out of this world.




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ballyhara

He-man and She-ra are classics, they are like icon cartoons to my generation, at least in my country. Of course those effects where silly compared to nowadays ones, but back when I was like 8 years old, those were amazing blasts. My friends at our neighborhood, used to play He-man or She-ra board games, cards, having the dolls and a lot of merchandise. Those cartoons were really popular here.




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vinaya

When I used to watch He-man, I was in the kindergarten and primary level. I was in a boarding school and we were allowed to watch He-man every Sunday morning. We were around 50 children and every one of us tried to get the best spot for the He-man. sadly, I do not remember much of the he man story, though




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fishbate

Yeah He-man that would be nice. Although they already had a version in the big screen before but i think its time to make it more 3D. He-man is one of the longest cartoon and i'm sure people would be enticed watching it.




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vhinz

I was born on 80's where He-man is one of the favorite cartoon movies of the kids. Me and my cousins used to watch it every night.




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amelia88

My husband would be pretty happy about a HeMan remake, since that was a big part of his childhood! I'm sure it was for a lot of kids around the world so I'm sure a remake would be pretty successful as well.




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Martinsx1

Well, I can't never forget my one time old favorite cartoon called Samurai Jack. I'm still looking for the possibility of getting the cartoon to watch all over again. It's actually a series cartoon, as it has over 90 episodes. If anyone knows any movie of animation website I can download Samurai Jack from, I'm very interested to know about it.

Thanks. What old cartoon would you like to see in the big screen?




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DenisP

Well I wouldn't say that Samurai Jack is exactly old since it came out in 2001 (cripes, it really doesn't feel like it was 17 years ago) but I can definitely agree that it is something I'd like to see a big screen adaptation of. Thing is I'd definitely want the original creators on board though, because it would be a shame to see the movie turned into some generic samurai action film. I'd want them to do an original story for the movie cause you just can't condense that whole series into a two hour film, but I think it would be super cool if they made a live-action original.




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treecko142

While not that old, I would definitely want to watch Samurai Jack in the big screen. I was so happy when they brought it back last year, although it was the last season.




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mdayrit

Looks like we are all from the same generation here. I also enjoyed watching as a kid shows like Voltron, Daimos, Thundercats, He Man, She Ra, Rainbow Brite, Ghostbuster, GI Joe, Smurfs, Transformers and a lot more. A lot of these cartoon shows from those years were made into a movie already. I guess, one that I wanted to see is the Carebears. Just like the recent movies of Pooh and Paddington, I would like to see how cute the Carebears would be when they are made into a movie.




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overcast

Oh yes, all of those are into movies now. I think very of the classics are not yet touched and that's a good thing too. But I think it's time they need to be remade not in movies but as is in better print or animation. I think lot of movies ruined the old classic cartoons and series due to cheesy stuff in it. But I guess that's what movie market is all about.




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amelia88

Carebears and Rainbow Brite remakes would be amazing! Those were both such a big part of my childhood. I actually bought some Carebears toys for my daughter when she was born because I wanted her to experience a love for them too!




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Kakashi2020

The Robotech: Macross Saga, I miss that series, it's one of those revolutionary cartoons/animes which didn't get a proper ending. I read that the producer died so the production stopped. I wish that someone would reboot this title.




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ballyhara

Oh I had flashbacks when I saw this...Robotech. I have been a fan of technology and this serie was great. All those things about protoculture, alien ships, advance technology, really got me. Also, I really liked robots, and my favorite ones where Mazinger Z and Dai Apolon. We used to have figures, and board games, but I was a little girl, and my dad refused to get me boy stuff.




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Marako0406

Wow you guys have interesting tastes for cartoons or anime! It would be really nice and exciting if all of our picks would make it to the big screen and only time can tell when. I hope that some producers or director would be interested in remaking these cartoons since they are a classic. I've also read that Masters of The Universe and Thundercats movies set for 2019 will be on it's way if not next year maybe 2020! Tadaah! Hope this will be true! Crossing fingers!




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Kakashi2020

I don't know if anyone remembers the cartoon series The Tales of Hans Christian Andersen, I think that was the title, I used to watch it when I was 5. His a Danish author of some of the greatest children's stories ever made like The Little Mermaid, The Ugly Duckling, The Little Match Girl, The Snow Queen and a lot more.




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aeon

Actually the Popeye the sailor man, I really like that cartoons when I was young, and I think they already did, maybe this 2018, they will release this movie.




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Kakashi2020

I would have to agree with you on Popeye, that's a cartoon which reminds me of my childhood, it's a pity that the younger generation nowadays didn't have the opportunity to watch it. I really don't know why noone rebooted it these past decades? It was one of my most loved cartoons when I was a young boy.




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aeon

This is one my favorite also, and I think I used to watched it on channel 9 local t.v network before, and you're right, they not even upgraded it to 3D, I really like the love triangle between brutus, olive, and popeye. LOL.




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Marako0406

Yup! Popeye The Sailor Man is one of the best cartoons out there back in the 80's and one of my favorite as well. I really love the story and how bravery reflects in the cartoon as well as humility and care for someone. It's a great cartoon where any kid can learn to be respectful and know what's right from wrong. Hoping to see this one go in the big screen as well.




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aeon

LOL, that's right, and this simple cartoon or any cartoons before teach the kids before how the karma works. What old cartoon would you like to see in the big screen? And no need to always remind us about "Don't try this at home" compare to the cartoons right now.




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mitan143

Yes! I agree! Popeye cartoon seems really interesting to be seen in the big screen having it with a whole new story. I definitely love to see those angst and comedy again. It is also one of my top favorites cartoons during my childhood days.




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NesMarcos

I'd love to see Popeye, too! I still remember watching it every morning before going to school when I was a kid. I really love Popeye singing, 'Popeye the sailor man' after defeating Brutus. LOL




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edencaga

I like to see Snow White and Cinderella in a big screen. I just don't know but whenever I see these movies I felt very happy as I remember what I have felt when watching these from those times. I love to include also Sleeping Beauty although I just watched it a few times than of Snow white and Cinderella.




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Barida

Sleeping beauty was that good that it was the anime that made me understand what love is all about as a kid. The thing is that you get to feel real good when you are in a situation where you can have the best of things life has got to offer displayed in cartoon. This is something that I miss till today.




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edzalferos

Tom and Jerry has always been my favorite. The funny sequences always caught me laughing so hard. I just think they always release good vibes and remarkable in the childhood days.

Some to mention that are old cartoons as for my age: Spongebob, Caspher, and Barbie Series (not sure if it's a cartoon).




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Kakashi2020

When I was a kid, I remember watching those Robot/Mecha anime like, Voltes v, Daimos, Mazinger Z, UFO Grendizer, Mekanda etc, I really like Daimos and Mazinger Z back then, they should really reboot those titles.




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jaymish

I was not really into cartoons when I was a child. I think is because we were never really allowed to watch television as children. By the time I could watch television I had totally lost interest in cartoons. As an adult though I love, love ,love the Simpsons. However I remember that as children we used to sneak into the Tv room for our favorite cartoons Gigi's world. We used to sneak in through a small window that could not lock.So I would love to see it back on my screen so that I can watch it in peace without any anxiety that I will be caught watching it.




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Kakashi2020

One good cartoon I can remember is Woody Woodpecker, it would be great for kids nowadays if there would be a new reboot of this classic cartoon.

Another old cartoon which I really like was Casper the friendly ghost which run in the 80's . It was a really good cartoon for kids back then.




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Marako0406

It's really a great idea for the kids to know what other cartoons out there that they haven't seen like Casper and the Woody woodpecker. I really thought that kids today would enjoy that as well in the big screen. I would love to see it as well as these are the cartoons I grew up with watching. Nice choice though. I totally forgot about these two.




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Kakashi2020

Remembering my younger days, Saturday mornings was always a treat cartoons would start at 8AM and would end by 11:30AM. It was called Saturday Fun Machine. The 3.5 hours would have 7 episodes of different cartoon series one of which was The Great Space Race which is my favorite.




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Kakashi2020

There should be a new Mr.Bean cartoon series because I've been watching reruns for years now. Mr.Bean is so addictive and funny that I always watch it whenever I had the time. But sadly, the show was cancelled several years ago and ever since I've been watching old episodes. Hope they get this series back on tv.




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Einalem

Of all the comments here, I couldn't agree more to this. I would really love to watch a reboot of Mr. Bean Cartoon. It is really fun and entertaining to watch, just like Mr. Bean movies. I also feel sad for not having new episodes of this to watch. I'll be looking forward for its reboot.




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Chinet23

It will be Romeo's Blue Skies. We had a local adaptation of this cartoon in our country when it was dubbed in our own vernacular. I was supposed to say Tom and Huck but this was already shown on the big screen.

Now what I can recall is this optimistic boy who had a rough childhood. It had a serious theme which depicted all his struggles and the plight of the whole neighborhood as well. This is like series of misfortune in the eyes of a child that somehow the burdens were made light. I can recall it's a very touching cartoon. The main character Romeo and his friends/gang were known for cleaning chimneys and the story revolved around them.




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lei08pineda

I was thinking of captain planet before reading this. I miss watching it. It would also be great to watch sailormoon, voltes v, fushigi yuugi, ghost fighter, flame of recca and ranma 1/2...I believe this are all from japan,just correct me if I am wrong. I used to watch these when I was a kid. I really like all of these. Here in the Philippines japanese cartoons now anime, are so popular. Not only young kids are addicted to it but also adults.




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ajahcuizon

I want Power puff girls to be on the big screen again. I might sound girly but they're really really cute. They potray how three young girls could help saving the world. I would like to see in the big screen is Phineas and Ferb. Their inventions were great and very conventional. I think most of the cartoons should have a chance to be in the big screen.




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Jenniferdainty

Sky dancer! I'm just not sure if anyone of you is familiar with this cartoon. Based from what I know, Sky dancer started as a popular line of toys. It's a doll with wings and in order to fly you need to pull a string which is attached to a separate base. Later on, an animated show inspired by this line of toy was created. It's a story of five high-school students who are also a dancer and performer in their school. Then because of some sort of magic, they became a defender of a magical kingdom. They have superpowers plus they have wings to fly. My favorite characters are Jane and Breeze. I really love the theme song of this cartoon. I'm curious how this cartoon looks like in the big screen.
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cmoneyspinner

My husband is a fan of Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. I like Yosemite Sam or Daffy Duck. I am not sure that I have ever seen a full-length animated film. I would probably enjoy it. I loved "Roger Rabbit". What old cartoon would you like to see in the big screen?




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superlicca

If there is a cartoon that I want to see on the big screen, it would be Looney tunes. It is the American series produced by Warner Bros. I love the characters of Tweety Bird, Bugs Bunny, and PorkyPig. This cartoon is full of fun and very suitable for the kids. If this will be on the big screen, this will be a blockbuster movie.




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nrnlss

I miss watching Danny Phantom, and I love that cartoon series, it is funny and you'll learn a lot from it too. So I want to see an older Danny Phantom in big screen. I hope they'll make a movie where Danny is already in college and he is in a relationship with Sam. I ship them hard.




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laurenb111

I’d like to see Daria on the big screen. It just needs to happen. Daria - the girl, the legend, the voice of a generation. I’d like to watch a full-length movie of Daria continuing to navigate the halls of Lawndale High School with her iconic nonchalance and bone-dry sense of humor. Let’s bring back Daria, Jane, Quinn, etcetera, one last time for old time’s sake. If it goes onto the big screen, I personally will rent out the entire theater.




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kaushikangara

There are many to list but one such cartoon would be Scooby Doo. I really loved the cartoon and I watch it even now whenever I find time. It has taught me many things like how to work as a team, how to enjoy life and how to live life to the fullest. Scooby was my favorite character and I really liked the way it was portrayed on the screen. A talking dog was always people's favorite.




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