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Popular 90’s Cartoons For Your Kids To Watch

Popular 90's cartoons

Have your children experience your childhood with these popular 90’s cartoons.

Over and over again you tell yourself that today’s cartoons are nowhere as good as the one you watched as a child. Well we don’t see your dilemma. You have access to the internet, don’t you? That means you can watch or buy any cartoon you want.

To refresh your memory, here are our picks among popular 90’s cartoons:


Doug - popular 90's cartoons

Follow Douglas Funnie, a new resident of Bluffington, as he fantasizes his days away. Together with his dog Porkchop and best friend Skeeter, Doug tries to always save the day. His arch enemy, the bully Roger Klotz always comes between him and his love Patti. And Doug is also secretly a superhero named Quailman.

Tiny Toon Adventures

Tiny Toon Adventures popular 90's cartoons

This show is all about the smaller generation of cartoons attending the Acme Acres Looniversity, where they learn from popular Looney Toons like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and more. The characters include Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny, Plucky Duck, Hamton J. Pig, Fifi La Fume, Dizzy Devil, Calamity Coyote and Sweetie Bird.


SWAt Kats popular 90's cartoons

There are no tougher cartoon duo than the SWAT Kats. T-Bone and Razor are two ex-police cats who have build their own super jet to fight crime. Night after night they fight villains like the Pastmaster, Dr. Viper and Hard Drive to save Megakat City from their evil.


Arthur - popular 90's cartoons

Arthur is one of most loved among popular 90’s cartoons. Arthur Read faces childhood difficulties like homework, friendship and bullies, and he teaches valuable lessons along the way. Join him as he and his best friends, Francine, Buster and Brain take on the world.

Pinky and the Brain

Pinky and The Brain - popular 90's cartoons

Each night, genetically enhanced mice, Pinky and Brain put on a scheme to take over the world. Brain is obviously the brains behind the operation, and Pinky is the not-so-much muscle. Episodes are usually parodies to literature and history.

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