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A road back to Childhood Animation Series That Still Remain as fresh as Ever


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Here are 5 Animated Childhood Animation series that even adults cherish till date. They are evergreen and still bring an everlasting smile.

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How often do we wish that we go back and relive the memories of our childhood. With imagination soaring high we even created our own characters. Whether it was Disney Characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck or Indian Characters Chacha Chowdhary and Sabu, they still continue to be cherished even till date. Here we bring you 5 Childhood animation Series that have lasted the test of time.

5 Childhood Animation Series That Everyone enjoys

1. Mr Bean

Mr. Bean is a British animated sitcom based on the 1990-95 British live-action sitcom. While Rowan Atinkson played the role of Mr Bean in the Sitcom that he and Richard Curtis created. One of the most popular Childhood animated series, Mr Bean’s characters Teddy, Irma Gobb and the Reliant Regal’s mysterious driver, with the addition of new characters such as Bean’s landlady Mrs. Wicket and her cat Scrapper all have stayed with people till date. Show started in 2002 and ended on 2004. In 2014, the show started with Rowan Atinkson giving the voice of Mr Bean, along with other cast members. Consisting of 78 episodes the show continued for more than 4 years.

Mr Bean Animated Series
Mr Bean Animated Series

2.Dragon Tales

Jim Coane and Ron Rodecker directed Dragon Tales captivated the children during the late 90’s. Dragon Tales is an animated educational fantasy based on the story of two ordinary children, Emmy and Max and their dragon friends Ord, Cassie, Zak, Wheezie, and Quetzal. Series was broadcasted on September 1999 and final episode on November 25, 2005. Sunwoo Entertainment and Wang Film Productions only did animation for season 1), with the exception of Koko Enterprises, which recorded the show along with BLT Productions. The U.S. Department of Education, cereal company Kellogg’s and their associated products Rice Krispies, Froot Loops and Frosted Flakes, and greeting card manufacturer, American Greetings sponsored the funding.

Dragon Tales
Dragon Tales

3.Johnny Bravo

Van Partible created the American animated romantic comedy television series for Cartoon Network. Warner Bros domestic Television did the distribution. Series is based on the Jeff Benett’s voiced character and is based on Elvis Presley and James Dean. It aired from July 14, 1997, to August 27, 2004. Johnny Bravo wears a sunglass, and is muscular young man staying with his mother and tries getting a date and is unsuccessful. Most often who would run into odd situations. Johny Bravo was mainly known for adult humor and pop culture references. Considered as extremely popular Childhood animation series, it was nominated for four Annie Awards, one YoungStar Award, and two Golden Reel Awards. The series helped launch the careers of several animators, including Seth MacFarlane and Butch Hartman. Spin-off media include comic books, DVD and VHS releases, collectible toys, and video games.

Johny Bravo
Johny Bravo

4.Dexter’s Laboratory

One of the other childhood animated series is Dexter’s Laboratory. Genndy Tartakovsky created and Warner Bros Domestic TV distributed the series. The series showed an enthusiastic boy with a hidden laboratory in the room. Having invented so many things, he keeps it secrets from parents. for Cartoon Network and distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television. Dexter doesn’t get along with extrovert sister Dee Dee, who always gains access to the lab and inadvertently foils his experiments. Besides he has a rivalry with his neighbour Mandark. First and second seasons focused on superhero based characters Monkey. Dexter Laboratory won three Annie Awards, with nominations for four Primetime Emmy Awards, four Golden Reel Awards, and nine other Annie Awards. Also it served as the launching pad of careers of animators Craig McCracken, Seth MacFarlane, Butch Hartman, Paul Rudish, and Rob Renzetti.

Dexter's Lab
Dexter’s Lab

5.Ed Edd and Eddy

Danny Antonucci created Ed, Edd n Eddy and Warner Bros Domestic Television duistributed it. Series is about three preteen boys named Ed, Edd (called “Double D” to avoid confusion with Ed), and Eddy—collectively known as “the Eds”—who respectively are voiced by Matt Hill, Samuel Vincent, and Tony Sampson. All of them live in a fictional town of Peach Creek. Under the laedership of Eddy, all three invent ways to make money from their peers to purchase their favourite confection, jawbreakers. Often ntheir plas fail leading them to painful experiences. Over time the show gained fan following and has two its credit the following.

  1. 4 Video Games
  2. Four Official DVD Releases
  3. Series of Books and Comics
Ed Edd and Eddy
Ed Edd and Eddy

It is the longest running Cartoon Network series and was broadcast on Teletoon in Canada. These animated series are so popular that continue to be seen even now.

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