Scooby Doo is a cartoon show all about adventure. Scooby-Doo has five characters, Brainiac Velma, Jock Fred, Fashionista Daphne, Hippie Shaggy, and Shaggy’s talking dog, Scooby-Doo. They get into their green van and hit the road to solve various mysterious phenomena.
2. Popeye The Sailor Man
The coolest part is that I started eating spinaches after watching Popeye have them. Popeye, as the name suggests, is a rough and tough sailor. And, he has a heart of gold and always does what he can for others.
Adapted from the legend 1001 Arabian Nights, Aladdin follows the basic story of the original version. It follows Aladdin, a homeless person whose life changed after he fell in love with Jasmine, the princess of Agrabah.
4. The Jungle Book
Everyone knows the incredible story of The Jungle Book, written by Rudyard Kipling. It follows Mowgli and his friends Bagheera and Baloo in a series of different adventures together in the wilderness.
5. Tom and Jerry
One of the most liked cartoons of all time, Tom and Jerry, was a childhood favorite of mine. If someone puts Tom and Jerry, we would still be glued to the screen watching the wild chase of the cat and mouse.
6. Looney Toons
Looney Toons came like a filler show between two different shows. We loved it. With its hilarious bunch of characters like Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny, Loony Toons always made us laugh out loud.
7. The Flintstones
The Flintstones followed Fred Flintstone, today’s -stone-age day man. Fred always finds himself in a series of misadventures resulting in hilarious episodes.
Seeing Misty, Ash, and Brock on a journey to explore and enjoy the world of Pokémon was something we made sure not to miss at any cost.
9. Winnie the pooh
This show was about the cute (unfortunately) fictional Teddy Bear, created by A. A. Milne and later adapted by Disney. In the front, beloved Teddy Bear Winnie-The-Pooh and his friends encountered exciting adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood.
This is amongst our favorite shows and one of the best old Hindi-dubbed cartoons. We have probably watched every episode along with all the movies of Doraemon. Doraemon is the story of a robot sent by Nobita’s grandson from the future to help Nobita in various ways.
11. Duck tales
The Duck Tales was an American cartoon about a veterinary science expert who shed light on the behavioral characteristics of ducks and explained the different aspects of their lives.
12. Johnny Bravo
Even the name Johnny Bravo strikes a feeling of heroism in your minds. Johnny Bravo is a muscular man who wears sunglasses and tries to get women to dating him.
13. Ninja Hattori
Ninja Hattori follows, as we have probably guessed, a Ninja. Hattori becomes a guardian and a close friend of Kenichi Mitsuba, a student in the elementary school who often runs into trouble.
TaleSpin is about characters created by Rudyard Kipling. Shere Khan, Baloo, and King Louie run business operations in Cape Suzette.
Shinchan is the naughtiest and cutest pre-school kid on the planet who causes a stir wherever he goes.