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9-1-1
Frank Welker

United States

Age: 74
Known for
as Nibbler

in Futurama
as Outpost Commander

in Star Wars: Clone Wars (2005)
as Luug

in 3 Below
as Bubba / Bigtime Beagle / Baggy Beagle

in DuckTales
TV Series Starring Frank Welker
Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?
Boomerang,

2019

| Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Animation | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. gang solve more mysteries while also accompanied by many celebrities.


3 Below
Netflix,

2018

| Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Animation | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.8/5

A pair of teenage royals and their bodyguard escape from their home planet and try to blend in on Earth.


Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!

After finishing up their senior year of high school, the Scooby-Doo-gang decide to travel in the Mystery Machine, seeking fun and adventure during what could possibly be their last summer break together. However, havoc-wreaking monsters prevent them from completing their journey.


Bubble Guppies
Nick,

2011

| Comedy, Family, Children Cartoons, Animation
Rating: 5/5

Set within an eye-popping 3D CGI world of swaying kelp forests, fantastical coral reefs, and undersea gardens and featuring original pop, rock, country, and hip-hop music, the show teaches and models school-readiness skills through songs, dances, and lots of laughs. So put on your water-wings, and jump in for learning and laughs with Bubble Guppies!


Transformers Prime

Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Arcee, Ratchet, Bulkhead, and the rest of the Autobots must fight against the Decepticons. Megatron is back with a new element and Team Prime must get ready for war. They must also look over Jack, Miko, and Raf, three kids who found out about the Autobots.


Scooby-Doo Mystery Inc
Cartoon Network,

2010

| Comedy, Family, Teens, Action | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.3/5

This edition of the Scooby Doo franchise is based in the small town of Crystal Cove, a place with a long history of ghost sightings, demons, phantoms and other paranormal activity. What better place for Scooby and the gang to put down roots?


Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

Mickey Mouse is back with his new club house, in computer animation! Mickey Mouse and friends needs the help of you to help them over come obstacles and exciting adventures.


Curious George
PBS,

2006

| Children Cartoons, Animation
Rating: 4.5/5

George is a curious little monkey from the jungles of Africa. He lives with his friend, the Man in the Yellow Hat. George's curiosity is constantly getting him into trouble and he frequently needs to be saved by his friend.


Dave the Barbarian

This animated comedy series is set in the Middle Ages and follows the title character, Dave, in his comedic adventures with his family (his sisters, Candy and Fang) as they protect themselves and their family from a world of oddball foes. Dave himself combines strength with an appreciation of the finer things in life, including origami, bird watching, and even gourmet cooking.


Star Wars: Clone Wars (2005)
Cartoon Network,

2003

| Sci-Fi, Animation | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.9/5

"Star Wars: Clone Wars" picks up where the theatrical feature "Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones" left off as an epic civil war pits the Republic against the separatist movement led by the Dark Side of the Force's mastermind Darth Sidious.


Evil Con Carne

This is about a criminally insane brain who is attached to a bear and his disembodied stomach. Most of the jillionaire Hector con Carne's body was destroyed in an accident, but thanks to modern technology his brain and stomach were attached to a stupid, lumbering bear named Boscov.


What's New Scooby-Doo?

What's New Scooby-Doo? is yet another Scooby spin-off about the teenage detectives solving mysteries across the country. Join Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy, and of course Scooby-Doo as they catch the bad guys behind the masks in the all new episodes.


The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius follows Jimmy Neutron, his faithful robotic dog, Goddard, and his eclectic friends and family as they experience life in Retroville. Jimmy is a typical kid, who just happens to be a genius. He creates gadgets to improve his everyday life, but his inventions go awry more often than not, and hilarious trouble ensues.


Futurama
FOX,

1999

| Comedy, Sci-Fi, Adult Cartoons | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.6/5

"Futurama", set in the next millennium, follows the exploits of Fry, a pizza delivery boy who was cryogenically frozen by accident for 1,000 years; Leela, a female cyclops; Bender, an immoral robot, and others as they work for an intergalactic delivery service owned by Fry's great, great, great... nephew, Professor Farnsworth.


Disney's Hercules
Disney,

1998

| Children, Animation
Rating: 5/5

This is a follow-up to the movie Hercules. In this series, Hercules is enrolled at Prometheus Academy, a high school. He is still in training so he can get up to Mt. Olympus with his mom and dad and become a god. You can follow him on his journey to make it there, by fighting evil plots by Hades, and his minions, Pain and Panic. Hercules features characters from the film like, Phil, and Peagasus, and some new ones, like the rich and annoying bully Adonis, the kid who flew too close to the sun, Icarus, and the future-seeing Cassandra.


Dexter's Laboratory

Dexter's Laboratory is the story of a young boy prodigy. Born with an extraordinary mind, Dexter has built his very own extremely high tech and expansive laboratory in his room that NASA could only dream of. But Dexter has to keep his lab a secret for fear others will exploit it.


The Mask
CBS,

1995

| Animation

This show is based on the hit movie about a lower then regular guy who finds an enchanted mask. When he puts the mask on, he becomes a totally zany superhero who fights crime and makes a huge production of himself.


Gargoyles
ABC,

1994

| Action, Adventure, Animation
Rating: 3/5

"One thousand years ago, superstition and the sword ruled. It was a time of darkness. It was a world of fear. It was the age of gargoyles. Stone by day, warriors by night, we were betrayed by the humans we had sworn to protect, frozen in stone by a magic spell for a thousand years. Now, here in Manhattan, the spell is broken, and we live again! We are defenders of the night. We are Gargoyles!".


Aladdin
Syndicated,

1994

| Animation, Children
Rating: 4.5/5

Aladdin, the clever hero of Agrabah, continues his adventures with the help of his fiancee Princess Jasmine, his pet monkey Abu, Magic Carpet, Iago the greedy parrot, and of course his best friend the semi-cosmic Genie.


seaQuest DSV
NBC,

1993

| Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Rating: 3.7/5

By the mid-21st Century, humankind has colonized the oceans and formed the UEO - the United Earth Oceans - as a military organization to police it.


Animaniacs
FOX,

1993

| Children, Animation
Rating: 5/5

Warner Bros. follow-up to Tiny Toon Adventures was a show even nuttier than its predecessor. It originally ran every weekday afternoon and Saturday mornings on Fox for the first season, then moved to Saturday mornings on the (new at the time) WB permanently for the remaining seasons.


Droopy: Master Detective
FOX,

1993

| Animation

Droopy, Master Detective is a spoof of detective films and cop shows, featuring Droopy and his son, Dripple, as detectives on the mean streets of a big city. Newly made seven-minute episodes were mixed in with new seven-minute cartoons featuring the Tom and Jerry Kids characters. The rest of the half-hour program mostly was taken up by Screwball Squirrel, another Tex Avery creation from the 1940s.


Tiny Toon Adventures
FOX,

1990

| Children, Animation
Rating: 3/5

Tiny Toon Adventures is basically a kid-version of the classic Warner Bros. cartoon stars and their cartoons. This show is hosted by Buster and Babs Bunny and their friends Plucky Duck, an egotistical power crazy duck much like Daffy Duck, and Hamton Pig, a shy, kind-hearted pig with low self-esteem but just like Porky Pig, but is a Neat Freak.


Gravedale High (1990)
NBC,

1990

| Animation

Gravedale High is about teacher Max Schneider, who taught a group of teenage monsters. Each of the kids are modeled after Hollywood's greatest horror monsters. Vinnie is a vampire, Duzer is a gorgon, Blanche is a zombie, Frankentyke is the monster, Reggie is a werewolf, Cleofatra is a mummy, J.P. is a zombie, Gill is a swamp creature, and Sid is an invisible boy. It was produced by Hanna-Barbara and lasted for one season on NBC before being canceled.


DuckTales
Syndicated,

1987

| Action, Adventure, Animation
Rating: 4.8/5

Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey & Louie find themselves in all sorts of adventures on this animated cartoon series from Walt Disney.


The Real Ghostbusters
ABC,

1986

| Children, Animation
Rating: 3/5

"The Real Ghostbusters" continues where the first movie left off, with the four Ghostbusters facing forces of the supernatural.


It's Punky Brewster
NBC,

1985

| Animation

Animated tales of Punky traveling to exotic places, thanks to her gremlin-like friend Glomer, who could whisk Punky and her friends anywhere with the blink of an eye.


The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians
ABC,

1985

| Animation

The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians was the newest incarnation of the long-standing Super Friends series based on the DC Comics. Like its predecessor, SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers show, Galactic Guardians featured Adam West as Batman as well as showcasing relatively new superheroes Firestorm and Cyborg as well as members of previous SuperFriend incarnations (Samurai, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Hawkman). The show featured Darkseid of Apokolips and his minions Kalibak and DeSaad as the primary protagonists. Other DC villains (the Joker, Lex Luthor, the Penguin, Felix Faust, etc.) also appeared from time to time dring relatively short lived series.


Transformers

"Many millions of years ago, on the planet Cybertron, life existed, but not life as we know it today. Intelligent robots that could think and feel inhabited the cities. They were called Autobots and Decepticons. But the brutal Decepticons were driven by a single goal: Total Domination. They set out to destroy the peace loving Autobots and the war between the forces of good and evil raged across Cybertron, devastating all in its path and draining the planet's once rich resources of energy. The Autobots, on the verge of extinction, battled valiantly to survive..." In 1984, America was introduced to the new and revolutionary toy line of The Transformers. This toy line was pioneer by featuring action figures that were "robots in disguise". A subsequent cartoon show and a comic book series were created to support the toy line, which quickly became one of the most successful of all times. The television series was on air for 3 years, and captured the imaginations of millions of children all over the world.


Snorks (1983)

The Snorks are a race of small, colorful beings that live happily in the (saltwater) underwater world of Snorkland. They have snorkels on their heads, which are used to propel them swiftly through the water. As evidenced by the cartoon series, when a Snork becomes excited their tube makes a "snork" sound. They have much of the same technology as contemporary humans, adapted to their own aquatic environment. The Snorks use clams as currency ("clams" is also a slang term for money).


Inspector Gadget
Syndicated,

1983

| Animation
Rating: 5/5

A stupid bionic police inspector stumbles about on his cases while his niece and dog secretly do the real investigative work.


Dungeons & Dragons

A group of kids are thrown into a world where they must search for a way home, armed with magic weapons that an evil tyrant lusts for.


The Smurfs

The Smurfs are a group of over 100 bluish, three-apple tall creatures who live in the mushroom homes of Smurf Village. They are led by 543-year-old Papa Smurf (who doesn't look a day over 530). Their lives would be perfect were it not for the villainous Gargamel, a wizard who spends his days trying to capture them to eat, turn into gold, or for some other evil reason.


Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

This is a series about Spider-Man as he teams up with ex-X-Men members Iceman and Firestar. They have a secret hideout, which inside of Peter's apartment that can transform from their secret H.Q., back to his normal bachelor pad, which was funded by Tony Stark (a.k.a. Iron Man), as a gift to Spider-Man for saving his life. Peter is currently attending ESU, along with Bobby (Iceman) and Angelica (Firestar). This series features Spider-Man villains, such as the Sandman, the Green Goblin, and the Shocker, as well as X-Men villains, such as Juggernaut and Magneto. There was also an appearance of the X-Men themselves more than once! The gang has an adorable, yet reliable dog, named Ms. Lion. There are also occasional visits by Aunt May, as well.


Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (1980)
ABC,

1980

| Animation

The Fonz, Ritchie, and Ralph, join Cupcake and Mr. Cool on an adventure through time, in an attempt to make it back to 1957 Milwaukee. Can you dig it?


The New Fantastic Four (1978)

The New Fantastic Four was an animated series produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, and featured the talents of both of The Fantastic Four's creators - Stan Lee (as one of the series' writers) and Jack Kirby (as a storyboard artist), as well as the comics writer Roy Thomas behind the series. The series is famous for not including the Human Torch/Johnny Storm character from the comics and replacing him with the original character of Herbie the robot (who would later appear in the original comics). This was done due to the fact that the character of the Human Torch was optioned for a live-action version at around the same time, and not, as some people have mentioned, due to network concerns that children would set themselves on fire to emulate him.


Super Friends
ABC,

1973

| Children, Animation
Rating: 5/5

Super Friends first aired on ABC on September 8, 1973, featuring well-known DC characters Superman, Batman and Robin, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman as part of its Saturday morning cartoon lineup. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera and was based on the Justice League of America (JLA) and associated comic book characters published by DC Comics. The name of the program (and the JLA members featured with the Super Friends) have been variously represented (as Super Friends and Challenge of the Super Friends, for example) at different points in its broadcast history.


The New Scooby-Doo Movies
CBS,

1972

| Action, Adventure, Animation
Rating: 1/5

Following a successful run of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?, The New Scooby-Doo Movies was the first of many reincarnations of the lovable talking hound's show. To boost the already increasing popularity of the series, each episode of The New Scooby Doo Movies featured a guest star.


Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
CBS,

1969

| Children, Animation
Rating: 3/5

This cartoon introduced four kids and a dog named Scooby-Doo. These kids were Daphne Blake, Freddy Jones, Velma Dinkley, Norville "Shaggy" Rogers, and their mascot. They travelled around in a green van known as "The Mystery Machine" and solved many scary mysteries along the way.


The Jetsons

The Jetsons are a family living in the future. They have all manner of technological appliances to help around the house. George Jetson works at Spaceley's Sprockets, doing his best for his family.