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Batty
Charlie B. Barkin, one of the coolest cartoon dogs ever 


Pound Puppies, Cooler was my favorite

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Vaporman87
I had a couple Pound Puppies in my youth but can't recall which. I always liked Cooler too.
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Mr Magic
Dodger.



Have the 101 Dalmatians been mentioned here yet?
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Mr Magic
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shakin steak
Man, I am not a dog person. But they seem to be great fodder for
pop culture characters. There are so many in this thread that I like. My
first addition would be Rude Dog.




Mascot of a 80s skateboard clothing company and subsequent star of
Saturday morning cartoon "Rude Dog and the Dweebs" , I can't help but think this Jack Nicholson accented, Soho-loft life, classic car mechanic
character was inspired by sun surf and girls party animal /Budweiser
mascot Spuds Mckenzie.I mean, I definitely associated them at the time.

    


It's funny how kids' cartoons used to have an acceptable crossover with adult products and entertainment.
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Vaporman87

And how adult entertainment would be converted into children’s cartoons to sell merchandise. RoboCop, Beetlejuice, Rambo, etc

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Zelda.


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Oh man, do I miss Nickelodeon Magazine. 
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