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  • It is usually regarded as a high point of the character's cartoon career.
  • He later claimed to have directed two cartoons during this time.
  • Foreign TV shows are also shown in their original versions, except for most cartoons.
  • After that, any future short cartoon work was done through the feature animation division.
  • His popularity has also led him to be represented in several cartoons.
  • These cartoons show stone age people doing modern things with primitive means.
  • Both are films, but are also books, video games, cartoons, and action figures.
  • The music itself served both as a background for the cartoon, and provided musical sound effects.
  • Their cartoons are usually based upon day to day news and current affair topics.
  • The market for made-for-television cartoons grew as a result to include a branch for such stations.
  • Since his death, many towns, streets, ships, and even cartoon characters have been named after him.
  • This primarily involved using various types of cartoons drawn by its stable of artists.
  • Also in the world of science, mathematics and technology cartoons have found their place.
  • Several popular characters of the period received the cartoon treatment.
  • These cartoons sometimes featured star characters, but many had simple nature themes.
  • Also as a child he was encouraged to draw cartoons by his sister Mary.
  • Cartoons used to be offered in the morning; most were shown in the Greek language.
  • This type of comedy also was employed in most children's cartoons.
  • The rights to individual cartoons however are in other hands.
  • His twenty-three books of collected cartoons have combined sales of more than forty-five million copies.
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Meaning of cartoon

  • noun A humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine
  • noun A film made by photographing a series of cartoon drawings to give the illusion of movement when projected in rapid sequence
  • verb Draw cartoons of