Welcome to the Cartoon Channel, where our collection currently has 15 different shows and 96 films, for your enjoyment!!
The Cartoon Channel has the all time greats, just waiting for you to watch.
In some historic footage Superman makes his big screen appearance, we also meet the early Betty Boop.
But no cartoon channel would be complete, without the likes of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and of course Popeye fighting Bluto for the hand of Olive Oyl.
Betty Boop created by Max Fleischer, made her first appearance in 1930. Soon she was a major star and even to this day is 'The Queen of the Animated Screen'.
Largely forgotten today Bosko was for a brief period a major star, even rivalling Mickey Mouse in popularity.
Surely everyone has seen Bugs Bunny and knows his catchphrase 'What's up, doc?'. During the 'Golden Age of Animation' he starred in an incredible 163 shorts, ensuring his fame endures.
A collection of cartoon shorts, featuring such stars as Woody Woodpecker, also included are some public information films.
A familiar character to us all, what may not be so well know is that Mel Blanc provided Daffy Duck's voice for 52 years, which is a world record.
Felix The Cat
Felix the Cat, the original cartoon superstar, first appeared during the silent film era, debuting in 1919. Like many real life actors the advent of sound in the late 1920's led to a decline in his popularity.
Fleischer Color Classics
Color Classics is a series of 36 cartoons produced by Fleischer Studios for Paramount Pictures between 1934 and 1941. They were the studio's answer to Walt Disney's 'Silly Symphonies'.
Flip The Frog
Although only enjoying a brief moment of fame during the early 1930's, Flip the Frog holds a place in history when he starred in the first sound and color cartoon, way back in 1930.
Little Lulu first appeared in a comic strip, created by Marjorie Henderson Buell, on February 23, 1935. She made her screen debut in the mid 1940's starring in 26 cartoons produced by Famous Studios.
Looney Tunes was produced by Warner Bros from 1930 to 1969. Originally a vehicle to use Warner's music library, the cartoons were soon featuring such greats as: Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Road Runner, and the list goes on...
Merrie Melodies were created between 1931 and 1969 and distributed by Warner Bros. The original producer Leon Schlesinger after producing a cartoon for the Looney Tunes series, decided to market a sister series to Warner Bros.
Noveltoons was produced by Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios from 1943 to 1967, in response to Warner Brothers Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies. Casper the Friendly Ghost, Little Audrey, and Baby Huey first appeared in these cartoons.
Popeye made his appearance, in a comic strip called 'Thimble Theatre', on January 17, 1929. He was created by Elzie Crisler Segar. In 1933 Fleischer Studios began creating a series of cartoons featuring Popeye, they continued in production, until 1957.
Porky Pig made his first appearance in, 'I Haven't Got a Hat' on March 2, 1935, and very soon a star was born. Porky Pig was designed by animator Bob Clampett and for 52 years, from 1937 to his death in 1989, Mel Blanc provided his voice.
A series of 17 classic cartoons produced initially by Fleischer Studios and later by Famous Studios. These critically acclaimed films introduced Superman to the big screen.