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Best Saturday Morning Cartoons From The 80s And 90s

Being a kid and waking up knowing its Saturday is one of the best feelings in the world. For me not only did it mean no school but it also meant amazing Saturday morning cartoons. Here is a list of the best Saturday morning cartoons from the 80s and 90s. How many do you remember?

Being an 80s kid myself I can honestly say kids these days have no idea what it means to chill in your pyjamas, with your bowl of cornflakes and watch some epic Saturday morning cartoons. Now its all about watching YouTube or playing on an Android devises.

What is your favourite Saturday morning cartoon from the 80s and 90s? Drop me a comment and let me know.

Loony Tunes:

Let’s face it, your Saturday mornings were not compleat unless Bugs Bunny and the other loony tunes gang were on your Tv screens.

Scooby Doo:

Scooby-Doo and the gang brought a little bit of spooky mystery to Saturday mornings.


Even now I’m singing the Animaniacs theme tune in my head! This show should definitely make a superb come back if you ask me.

Tom And Jerry:

Every kid of the 80s and 90s couldn’t wait to see what Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse was going to do to try to outsmart each other next.

Duck Tales:

This show followed Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie on epic adventures.

Muppet Babies:

This Tv show was sooooo cute it shows the Muppets as babies living together in a nursery under the watchful eye of their human Nanny.


I was more than a little excited when the Pokemon craze came back around. Not only was the first season a totally epic cartoon but it also had the best theme tune.

Wile E Coyote And The Road Runner:

I was one of those kids that hoped one day poor Wile E Coyote would catch a break catch road runner.

The Flintstones:

The Modern stone age family was an amazing show when I was a kid. If followed the life of a stone aged man and his family and friends.

The Real Ghostbusters:

The cartoon was a spin-off of the 1984 movie Ghostbusters. My 5-year-old son has the first season DVD set and loves them just as much as I once did.

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