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Poll: Animated New York City

Which of these animated feature-length film/television series set in New York City,* where the city is basically an allusive character is would you like to visit or reside?

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*Not including Gotham City, Metropolis, or any other fictionalized version of the city with a different name. No live-action/animated hybrids. No direct to video films.

Make Your Choice

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    Top Cat (1961)

    The gritty kitty city of Top Cat (1961)?
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    Fritz the Cat (1972)

    The racy filth of Fritz the Cat (1972)?
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    Phillip Glasser in An American Tail (1986)

    The optimistic streets paved with ... um... cheese or gold from An American Tail (1986)?
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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987)

    The delightful ... cough cough ... sewerscapes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) (1987), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) (2012), and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) (2003).
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    Oliver & Company (1988)

    It's a wonderful dogs' life on the streets of Oliver & Company (1988)?
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    We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story (1993)

    I like my neighbors to be especially reptilian like the ones from We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story (1993)?
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    The Critic (1994)

    Let's hobnob with the movie stars and A-listers, like Jay Sherman from The Critic (1994)?
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    Gargoyles (1994)

    Spending a lot of time in the clouds with the stoic Gargoyles (1994)?
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    Ultimate Spider-Man (2012)

    Swinging around the towers and bridges of Manhattan with my new Spideybuddy would be fine with me. Spider-Man: The Animated Series (1994) and Ultimate Spider-Man (2012).
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    Dom DeLuise, Phillip Glasser, Tawny Sunshine Glover, Tress MacNeille, Scott Menville, and Kath Soucie in A Troll in Central Park (1994)

    I want to spend much of my time in the calm eye of the hustle and bustle that's the New York City of A Troll in Central Park (1994)?
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    Woody Allen in Antz (1998)

    How about some culture, wit, and good ole fashion NYC neuroticism of Antz (1998)?
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    Futurama (1999)

    I'm a forward thinking futurist. Take me far into the future to visit 31st century's New New York of Futurama (1999)?
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    Futurama (1999)

    I've always been an outsider, a social and/or literal mutant if you will. Take me to the "Old New York" of the 31st century. Futurama (1999).
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    American Dragon: Jake Long (2005)

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    Philip Seymour Hoffman in Mary and Max (2009)

    I'm old to appreciate the good and bad of the lonely city that's Max's world, as long as I have a friendship connection that can span halfway across the globe. Mary and Max (2009).
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    Phantom Boy (2015)

    If I had the power, I'd ghost far and wide around the greatest city in the world. Phantom Boy (2015)
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    Animals. (2016)

    NYC is ours to conquer. Like the hidden horde of wildlife of Animals. (2016)?

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