Back to childhood

Kyliegh Maher, Reporter

On a classic Saturday morning, we would watch cartoon shows when we were kids. But now that we are older we dont really watch cartoons anymore.

 Courage the Cowardly Dog. A lot of people have heard of this show and loved it as a kid, but there are some people who have never watched it (I highly encourage you to watch it). Courage the Cowardly Dog was an old show. It first came out on February 18, 1996. Courage the Cowardly Dog is an American animated television series created by John R. Dilworth for Cartoon Network. This cartoon was about the adventures of a dog named Courage and his owners Muriel Bagge, a kindly old Scottish woman, and Eustace Bagge, a grumpy old farmer. They live together in a farmhouse in the middle of the town of Nowhere, Kansas (often described as the middle of nowhere), encountering strange things, which originally ran for four seasons from 1999-2002. 

The very original Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! is an animated comedy television series produced by Hanna-Barbera for CBS. The series premiered as part of the network’s Saturday morning cartoon schedule on September 13, 1969, and aired for two seasons until October 31, 1970. The show focuses on teenagers: Fred, Daphne, Velma, and Shaggy, and a talking dog named Scooby-Doo, who travel in their van, named The Mystery Machine, bumping into and solving mysteries.

 “Ehhh, What’s up Doc?” is one of the most famous quotes from Bugs Bunny. Since the original run of “Looney Tunes” shorts ended in 1969, Warner Bros. has taken considerable liberties with the franchise. In the 1930s, Warner Brothers studios introduced the world to the Looney Tunes. A witty rabbit named Bugs, a stuttering pig named Porky, and an erratic duck named Daffy are just some of the characters that have left audiences hysterically laughing for almost a century. Fun fact, Originally, the cartoon shorts Schlesinger( Leon Schlesinger (May 20, 1884 – December 25, 1949) was an American film producer who later became Warner Bros). were called Looney Tunes. In 1931, Schlesinger bid to increase the work he was doing for Warners by pitching Merrie Melodies, a separate series of shorts to be based around existing Warner Bros.

Going back is a great time. Maybe when going home and lying down on your couch or bed, you should go back to your childhood.