Can You Remember These Classic '60s Cartoons from Just One Image?

By: Kennita Leon

Set in a comical version of the future, "The Jetsons" is an animation sitcom centering on George Jetson and his family where aliens, holograms, and whimsical inventions are the norms.

"The King Kong Show" is a 1966 cartoon version of the movie monster King Kong in which he befriends the Bond family, with whom he saves the world from various threats.

"The Bugs Bunny Show," which aired on October 11, 1960, is an animated television anthology series with each episode featuring three Warner Bros. cartoons.

"Spider-Man" is an animated adaptation of the comic book series of the same name. The show centers around teenager Peter Parker, a crime-fighting superhero with spider-like powers.

"Birdman and the Galaxy Trio" is a Hanna-Barbera Productions cartoon that revolves around the adventures of a group of intergalactic superheroes.

"The Yogi Bear Show" is a 1961 show about the misadventures of an anthropomorphic bear named who frequently tries to steal picnic baskets.

"The Mighty Hercules" is a Canadian/American animated sitcom based on the Greek demigod, Hercules. The show ran for three seasons from 1963 to 1966.

"The Archie Show" is an animated musical sitcom based on the Archie comic books. The show aired for 17 episodes from 1968 to 1968.

"Space Ghost," which ran from 1966 to 1968, is an animated TV series about an intergalactic crime fighter who, along with his teenage sidekicks, fight villains in outer space.

"The Flintstones" is a Hanna-Barbera animated sitcom set in a satirical version of the Stone Age. The show revolves around the titular characters and their neighbors.

"The Porky Pig Show" is a TV anthology hosted by Porky Pig. The show features a title sequence, three cartoons and closing sequence with Porky thanking his friends.

"The Marvel Super Heroes" is an animated American/Canadian TV series that was made up of five segments centering around each of the five leading Marvel characters.

Aquaman is a 1967 animated adaptation series depicting the adventures of the DC superhero along with his sidekick Aqualad and other fellow superheroes.

"DoDo, The Kid from Outer Space," is an animated show about a young, humanoid extraterrestrial who comes to Earth and engages in several adventures.

"Top Cat" is a Hanna-Barbera studios cartoon centering around a cat who leads a gang of alley Manhattan cats and frequently engages several get-rich-quick schemes.

"The Pink Panther Show" is a showcase of cartoon shorts composed of three segments featuring Pink Panther and an animated version of the French detective, Inspector Clouseau.

Created by Hanna-Barbera Productions, "Wacky Races" is a 1968 cartoon series revolving around 11 racers who compete in various road rallies throughout North America.

"The Fantastic Four" is an animated comic book adaptation of four scientists who, following a mission to outer space, gain superpowers after exposure to cosmic rays.

"Beany and Cecil," which ran from 1962 to 1969, is an animated series about the adventures of Beany Boy, his green sea serpent Cecil and his uncle, Captain Huffenpuff.

"Popeye the Sailor" is an American animated series about a spinach-loving sailor named Popeye caught up in a love triangle with love interest Olive and rival Bluto.

"The Beatles," which ran from 1965 to 1969, is an animated TV series that revolves around the British rock band of the same name.

"The Adventures of Batman" is a 12-minute segment of the Batman/Superman hour depicting the crime-fighting adventures of the caped crusader.

"Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales" is a cartoon series centering on Tuxedo the Penguin and best friend Chumley the walrus and their ill-tempered zoo director, Stanley Livingston.

"The Road Runner Show" is an animated anthology series that featured three segments including Road Runner/Coyote, Tweety and Sylvester, and other Looney Tunes characters.

"The Alvin Show," which aired from 1961 to 1962, was the first animated show to feature the singing trio, Alvin and the Chipmunks.

"Linus the Lionhearted" is a 1964 animated series centering on Linus, a good-natured "King of the Beasts" who ruled from his personal barber's chair.

"Samson & Goliath," also called "Young Samson," is a series about the adventures of a teenager and his dog who turns into superheroes by hitting his golden wristbands together.

"The New Casper Show" is a series centering on Casper the Friendly Ghost and his friends Wendy, The Ghostly Trio, Spooky the Tuff Little Ghost and Nightmare the horse.

"The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show" was a Saturday morning cartoon revolving around the adventures of a superhero and a secret agent squirrel.

"Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse" is a parodical spoof of Batman and Robin featuring a pair of anthropomorphic animal superheroes without known secret identities.

"Sesame Street" is an educational children's television series. It is known for its human actors and muppets such as Elmo, Cookie Monster, Oscar the Grouch and Big Bird.

"The Funny Company" is an animated series about the adventures of a neighborhood kids club who earn money by performing various jobs.

"The Three Musketeers" is a Hanna-Barbera Productions animated adaptation of the popular Alexandre Dumas novel of the same name.

"The New Three Stooges" is a 1965 cartoon version of "The Three Stooges" that depicts the antics of the comedic trio.

"Johnny Quest" is an animated sci-fi series about the adventures of a ten-year-old boy who accompanies his scientist father on various missions.

"Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!" is an animated mystery-comedy series about four friends and their talking dog who travel in their van, solving several local myths and legends.

"Fantastic Voyage" is an animated sci-fi series that centers around a team of scientists who are shrunk to microscopic size to undergo several missions.

"Underdog" is an animated series about an anthropomorphic dog named Shoeshine Boy who transforms into his heroic alter ego whenever his love interest is in danger.

"The Impossibles" is the second segment of its parent show "Frankenstein Jr. and The Impossibles." The show centers around a trio of superheroes who pose as rock n'roll musicians.

"Mister Magoo" is an animated television series about a short, wealthy old man whose extreme near-sightedness results in a series of comical situations.

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About This Quiz

The '60s are remembered for lots of things. But what people fail to realize is that those ten years were great for television. We mean, who could forget "Gilligan's Island," "The Andy Griffith Show," "Bewitched" and "The Beverly Hillbillies?" These shows are still being discussed today because they were so darn awesome. But we shouldn't forget about their animated counterparts.

Cartoons have been on our screen so long because they are entertaining. And the '60s was a great time for them. So today, we want to test whether you know your '60s cartoons or not. Now, you don't have to be born around that time to take this quiz; all you need to be is a cartoon fan. Why? Because lots of these shows have been brought back or have been running for decades! Can you imagine watching an episode of "Scooby-Doo," "Sesame Street" or "Bugs Bunny" over 50 years ago? Well, you should be able to, because they were around back then.

So, if you think you're enough of a cartoon guru to ace this quiz, then let's get started. The likes of "Wacky Races," "The Adventures of Batman," "The New Casper Cartoon Show" and "Popeye the Sailor Man" await!

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