10 Classic Cartoons Every 90s Kid Still Watches

Do you want to feel your age? Turn on the TV and watch what today's kids are watching. You will not feel any older when you watch the familiar cartoons of your childhood. Nowadays, cartoons are weird; nothing can beat the class of 90s cartoons. Let's run through the list of cartoons every 90s kid still watches.

1. Tom and Jerry (1940)

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Let's start the discussion with none other than Tom and Jerry; no 90s kid could avoid watching. I bet every '90s kid still spies on this masterpiece. It is an American animated media franchise and short film created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbara. The series features a comic fight between a house cat (Tom) and a house mouse (Jerry). 

2. Johnny Bravo (1997)

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It all started with the birth of the Animation giant Cartoon Network in 1995. Life as a 90s kid was difficult because we could not rewind the cartoons if they were missed, like today's kids. But Cartoon Network made the childhood of the 90s kids unique. Johnny Bravo is a character known for his inappropriate behavior toward women. But the show was top-rated because people ignored that back then.

3. Dragon Tales (1999–2005)

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This cartoon indeed made the childhood of every 90s kid beautiful. I remember when I was addicted to this show and watched it every morning before going to school. It tells the story of Emmy and Max, who ventured out to a secret Dragon Land where they had fun with dragons. This fantastic show still holds a special place in every kid's heart from the 90s.

4. Mickey Mouse (1928)

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You must have heard this, even if you are a kid who does not belong to the 90s. Mickey Mouse was a massive hit and played on every television during the 90s and even after. The show created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks claimed worldwide recognition and fame. Mickey typically wears red shorts, yellow shoes, and white gloves. Inspired by silent shows like Charlie Chaplin's Mickey Mouse, which are still secretly watched by many people.

5. Courage the Cowardly Dog (1999–2002)

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Courage The Cowardly Dog was a story of a pink dog with paranoia. But I disagree with the name of the Cartoons because he was the only brave family member. Courage struggles every time to solve the problems of his owner. This show was a genuine suspense with mind-bending twists. 

6. The Powerpuff Girls (1998)

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Even the innocent and fun TV show “Powerpuff Girls” had some jokes or references that kids might not have understood. The Powerpuff Girls is an American superhero animated television series created by animator Craig McCracken. The story of three little power girls constantly saving the world fascinated the viewers, and they continue to do so.

7. The Wild Thornberrys (1998–2004)

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I was waiting for this masterpiece to qualify for the list, and here it is. This show follows the adventures of the Thornberry family, who document their travels worldwide. In this, Eliza, a girl who can talk to the animals, brings all the fun to the story. The comedy in this series was ahead of its time and caught the true essence of the on-air run. This show is still fun and attracts adults and kids to oversee the cartoon.

8. Donald Duck (1934)

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Another unforgettable Walt Disney character, Donald Duck, glued many eyes to the screens. It was one of the famous characters of Walt Disney. Donald Duck was a character that appeared in different comic animated cartoons. Duck appeared in “The Wise Little Hen” in 1934. Donald is often portrayed as a character who easily gets frustrated. Interestingly, Donald played a comedic rival to Micky Mouse. 

9. Hey Arnold! (1996)

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Hey Arnold! is the story of a fourth-grader who lives in a multiracial boarding house with his grandparents. Hey Arnold is the show with the finest cast and storyline. It touches the weighty topics like bullying and the trauma of having a tough home life, which makes it a must-watch for adults and kids both. 

10. Rugrats (1991)

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Rugrats was a series with a serious story. A cartoon from the 90s that many people loved. Although it is a cartoon series, it still had jokes that adults would understand, but the kids might have yet to. Rugrats focuses on the problematic aspects of life, like the death of the mother, premature birth, and step-parents. This story snatched a particular slot in the hearts of many people who still watch the show.

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