History Creator / CartoonCartoons

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5th Nov '15 6:27:29 PM tvinsomne
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18th Oct '15 11:53:00 AM nombretomado
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As time passed, the Cartoon Cartoons increased in number and acquired a unique identity, along with a distinctive musical jingle and a logo[[note]]that has become distressingly hard to find on the Internet[[/note]]. After a short while, they got their own programming block, CartoonCartoonFridays, which was traditionally "hosted" by one of their characters, such as [[ThePowerpuffGirls Bubbles]] or [[WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog Eustace]].

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As time passed, the Cartoon Cartoons increased in number and acquired a unique identity, along with a distinctive musical jingle and a logo[[note]]that has become distressingly hard to find on the Internet[[/note]]. After a short while, they got their own programming block, CartoonCartoonFridays, which was traditionally "hosted" by one of their characters, such as [[ThePowerpuffGirls [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Bubbles]] or [[WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog Eustace]].
19th Apr '15 6:01:17 PM nombretomado
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As time passed, the Cartoon Cartoons increased in number and acquired a unique identity, along with a distinctive musical jingle and a logo[[note]]that has become distressingly hard to find on the Internet[[/note]]. After a short while, they got their own programming block, CartoonCartoonFridays, which was traditionally "hosted" by one of their characters, such as [[ThePowerpuffGirls Bubbles]] or [[CourageTheCowardlyDog Eustace]].

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As time passed, the Cartoon Cartoons increased in number and acquired a unique identity, along with a distinctive musical jingle and a logo[[note]]that has become distressingly hard to find on the Internet[[/note]]. After a short while, they got their own programming block, CartoonCartoonFridays, which was traditionally "hosted" by one of their characters, such as [[ThePowerpuffGirls Bubbles]] or [[CourageTheCowardlyDog [[WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog Eustace]].
17th Feb '15 2:30:59 PM ThePrequelsSuck
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Fondly remembered by the children of TheNineties and TheTurnOfTheMillennium, "Cartoon Cartoons" was a name used by the Creator/CartoonNetwork to distinguish its original comedy programming from older AnimatedSeries imported from other sources, such as WarnerBros or Creator/HannaBarbera. It's generally agreed that the first Cartoon Cartoon was ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', although it premiered in 1996, a full year before the brand was introduced (Like many of the series below, it originated with a short cartoon produced for Cartoon Network's ''World Premiere Toons'', aka the ''WhatACartoonShow'').

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Fondly remembered by the children of TheNineties and TheTurnOfTheMillennium, (to a lesser extent) TheTwoThousands, "Cartoon Cartoons" was a name used by the Creator/CartoonNetwork to distinguish its original comedy programming from older AnimatedSeries imported from other sources, such as WarnerBros or Creator/HannaBarbera. It's generally agreed that the first Cartoon Cartoon was ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', although it premiered in 1996, a full year before the brand was introduced (Like many of the series below, it originated with a short cartoon produced for Cartoon Network's ''World Premiere Toons'', aka the ''WhatACartoonShow'').



However, starting in 2003, Cartoon Network began phasing out the brand in favor of a Cartoon Network Studios VanityPlate. The last cartoon to be filed under it was ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne''. Re-runs of the Cartoon Cartoons aired on ''The Cartoon Cartoon Show'', from 2005 to 2008.

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However, starting in 2003, Cartoon Network began phasing out the brand in favor of a Cartoon Network Studios VanityPlate. The last cartoon to be filed under it was ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne''. Re-runs of the Cartoon Cartoons aired on ''The Cartoon Cartoon Show'', from September 2005 to 2008.June 2008. ''WesternAnimation/EdEddnEddy'', the last Cartoon Cartoon standing, ended in 2009.
17th Feb '15 2:27:52 PM ThePrequelsSuck
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Fondly remembered by the children of TheNineties and (to a lesse extent) TheTurnOfTheMillennium, "Cartoon Cartoons" was a name used by the Creator/CartoonNetwork to distinguish its original comedy programming from older AnimatedSeries imported from other sources, such as WarnerBros or Creator/HannaBarbera. It's generally agreed that the first Cartoon Cartoon was ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', although it premiered in 1996, a full year before the brand was introduced (Like many of the series below, it originated with a short cartoon produced for Cartoon Network's ''World Premiere Toons'', aka the ''WhatACartoonShow'').

As time passed, the Cartoon Cartoons increased in number and acquired a unique identity, along with a distinctive musical jingle and a logo[[note]]that has become distressingly hard to find on the Internet[[/note]]. After a short while, they got their own programming block, CartoonCartoonFridays, which was traditionally "hosted" by one of their characters, such as [[ThePowerpuffGirls Bubbles]] or [[CourageTheCowardlyDog Eustace]]. However, starting circa 2003, Cartoon Network started phasing out the brand in favor of a Cartoon Network Studios VanityPlate, and the last cartoon to be filed under it was ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor''.

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Fondly remembered by the children of TheNineties and (to a lesse extent) TheTurnOfTheMillennium, "Cartoon Cartoons" was a name used by the Creator/CartoonNetwork to distinguish its original comedy programming from older AnimatedSeries imported from other sources, such as WarnerBros or Creator/HannaBarbera. It's generally agreed that the first Cartoon Cartoon was ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', although it premiered in 1996, a full year before the brand was introduced (Like many of the series below, it originated with a short cartoon produced for Cartoon Network's ''World Premiere Toons'', aka the ''WhatACartoonShow'').

As time passed, the Cartoon Cartoons increased in number and acquired a unique identity, along with a distinctive musical jingle and a logo[[note]]that has become distressingly hard to find on the Internet[[/note]]. After a short while, they got their own programming block, CartoonCartoonFridays, which was traditionally "hosted" by one of their characters, such as [[ThePowerpuffGirls Bubbles]] or [[CourageTheCowardlyDog Eustace]]. Eustace]].

However, starting circa in 2003, Cartoon Network started began phasing out the brand in favor of a Cartoon Network Studios VanityPlate, and the VanityPlate. The last cartoon to be filed under it was ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor''.''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne''. Re-runs of the Cartoon Cartoons aired on ''The Cartoon Cartoon Show'', from 2005 to 2008.
17th Feb '15 2:24:18 PM ThePrequelsSuck
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Fondly remembered by the children of TheNineties, "Cartoon Cartoons" was a name used by the Creator/CartoonNetwork to distinguish its original comedy programming from older AnimatedSeries imported from other sources, such as WarnerBros or Creator/HannaBarbera. It's generally agreed that the first Cartoon Cartoon was ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', although it premiered in 1996, a full year before the brand was introduced (Like many of the series below, it originated with a short cartoon produced for Cartoon Network's ''World Premiere Toons'', aka the ''WhatACartoonShow'').

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Fondly remembered by the children of TheNineties, TheNineties and (to a lesse extent) TheTurnOfTheMillennium, "Cartoon Cartoons" was a name used by the Creator/CartoonNetwork to distinguish its original comedy programming from older AnimatedSeries imported from other sources, such as WarnerBros or Creator/HannaBarbera. It's generally agreed that the first Cartoon Cartoon was ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', although it premiered in 1996, a full year before the brand was introduced (Like many of the series below, it originated with a short cartoon produced for Cartoon Network's ''World Premiere Toons'', aka the ''WhatACartoonShow'').
30th Jan '15 3:11:06 PM StFan
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Fondly remembered by the children of TheNineties, "Cartoon Cartoons" was a name used by the Creator/CartoonNetwork to distinguish its original comedy programming from older AnimatedSeries imported from other sources, such as WarnerBros or {{Hanna-Barbera}}. It's generally agreed that the first Cartoon Cartoon was ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', although it premiered in 1996, a full year before the brand was introduced (Like many of the series below, it originated with a short cartoon produced for Cartoon Network's ''World Premiere Toons'', aka the ''WhatACartoonShow'').

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Fondly remembered by the children of TheNineties, "Cartoon Cartoons" was a name used by the Creator/CartoonNetwork to distinguish its original comedy programming from older AnimatedSeries imported from other sources, such as WarnerBros or {{Hanna-Barbera}}.Creator/HannaBarbera. It's generally agreed that the first Cartoon Cartoon was ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', although it premiered in 1996, a full year before the brand was introduced (Like many of the series below, it originated with a short cartoon produced for Cartoon Network's ''World Premiere Toons'', aka the ''WhatACartoonShow'').
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5th Jan '13 7:24:24 AM nlpnt
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As time passed, the Cartoon Cartoons increased in number and acquired a unique identity, along with a distinctive musical jingle and a logo[[note]]that has become distressingly hard to find on the Internet[[/note]]. After a short while, they got their own programming block, CartoonCartoonFridays, which was traditionally "hosted" by one of their characters, such as [[ThePowerpuffGirls Bubbles]] or [[CourageTheCowardlyDog Eustace]]. However, starting circa 2003, Cartoon Network started phasing out the brand, and the last cartoon to be filed under it was ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor''.

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As time passed, the Cartoon Cartoons increased in number and acquired a unique identity, along with a distinctive musical jingle and a logo[[note]]that has become distressingly hard to find on the Internet[[/note]]. After a short while, they got their own programming block, CartoonCartoonFridays, which was traditionally "hosted" by one of their characters, such as [[ThePowerpuffGirls Bubbles]] or [[CourageTheCowardlyDog Eustace]]. However, starting circa 2003, Cartoon Network started phasing out the brand, brand in favor of a Cartoon Network Studios VanityPlate, and the last cartoon to be filed under it was ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor''.
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