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Man's best friend has been highly represented in the cartoon world and we will take a look at some of the cartoon canine cut ups.
- Lady and the Tramp - Dogs in love -
One of the most popular movies ever is Lady and the Tramp about two dogs who fall in love under adventurous and misadventures. Lady, a cocker spaniel and Tramp a mutt, meet up when Lady is mistakenly accused of attacking a baby. The two main characters and their canine supporting characters have become close to heart symbols for over half a century. The two were so popular they've had their own comic strips and a plethora of toys and merchandise. The cartoon dog list just goes on and on and we'll have to focus on the most popular as the list keeps growing with every new movie or cartoon show.
- Hanna Barbera Scooby Doo -
The world has had Hanna Barbera toss in more dog cartoon characters than anyone it seems. Most notably Scooby Doo. Scooby Doo has been one of the most used dog cartoon characters ever. He's had more television series incarnations than anyone or anything including Star Trek and Lucille Ball. Comic books, comic strips, tv movies and more. The phantom chasing great dane is a favorite to millions around the world. He's got great lineage at Hanna Barbera because that company would pump out more funny animal cartoons than anyone.
- Snoopy -
No one can forget the greatest dog cartoon character ever, that WWI flying ace and member of the Peanuts gang: Snoopy.
- WB's most famous canine- Wile E. Coyote -
Warner Brothers has its share of dog characters but they seemed to have attention on a wider array of animal cartoons. The most famous WB dog is Barnyard Dog from the Foghorn Leghorn cartoons. He was wise yet gullible but appears in many of the best WB cartoons every created. WB's most famous canine isn't a dog but a coyote, Wile E. Coyote as a matter of fact. One will se many canine features, reactions and more from the legendary animator Chuck Jones who created Wyle E.. Although he isn't a WB original one of the most recognized dog cartoons is Max from the Dr. Seuss classic The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. Millions who hadn't read the books got to see the tiny dog rescue Christmas in this animated classic, animated again from WB by Chuck Jones.