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1960s Hanna Barbera cartoons

Enter the Title of the cartoon into the box.
Does not include special feature films or live-action shows.
Quiz by Grammargal
Last updated: July 28, 2012
First submittedJuly 28, 2012
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"Oh my darlin'" singing dog
The Huckleberry Hound Show
'El Kabong' and Baba Looey
The Quick Draw McGraw Show
A modern, stoneage family
The Flintstones
Picnic Basket Stealing bear and his little buddy
The Yogi Bear Show
Gang of Manhattan alley cats
Top Cat
Family living in Orbit City in the year 2062
The Jetsons
Cajun alligator in a city zoo
Wally Gator
Mr. Peebles pet shop window is home
The Magilla Gorilla Show
Big, purple explorer in his time-traveling hot air balloon
The Peter Potamus Show
A boy goes with his dad on extraordinary adventures
Jonny Quest
Superheroic social insect/secret agent aboreal rodent
The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show
Fights villains in outer space (and now is coast-to-coast)
Space Ghost
Winged, sun-powered superhero and three extraterrestrial heroes
Birdman and the Galaxy Trio
Marvel Comic's foursome
Fantastic Four
Zany driving competition
Wacky Races
Zoinks! Jinkies! Ruh-roh!
Scooby Doo, Where Are You?
Man and mutt try to stop the pigeon
Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines
The Ant Hill Mob save damsel from the Hooded Claw
Perils of Penelope Pitstop
level 79
Sep 15, 2012
Oh crud, I couldn't think of Quick-Draw McGraw to save my life. El kabong!
level 34
Dec 8, 2013
Oh, I know. You can see the characters in your mind, but can't think of the names.
level 56
May 4, 2014
Got stumped on Wally Gator. I knew the show but I spelled it Walligator or added "see you/ya later" in front of it. Sigh
level 25
Nov 2, 2015
Hanna Barbara cartoons are permanently burned into my memory (well, at least the ones made between 1957-1972, anyway). So this test was a rare no-brainier for me (yes, I am that old).