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100 Greatest Cartoons (2005)

A list compiling the 100 Greatest cartoons, new and old, as voted by the British public.

Directors:

Esther Dere, Anna Gien

Writer:

James Eatock
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Credited cast:
Jimmy Carr ... Himself - Presenter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joe Alaskey ... Himself
Terry Alderton Terry Alderton ... Himself
Kelly Asbury ... Himself
Dan Balaam Dan Balaam ... Himself
James Baxter ... Himself
Karen Bayley Karen Bayley ... Herself
Jerry Beck ... Himself
Richard Bence Richard Bence ... Himself
Brad Bird ... Himself
Noel Blanc Noel Blanc ... Himself
Sean Borg Sean Borg ... Himself
Caprice Bourret ... Herself (as Caprice)
Richard Briers ... Himself
Brendan Burns Brendan Burns ... Himself
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A list compiling the 100 Greatest cartoons, new and old, as voted by the British public.

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 February 2005 (UK) See more »

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Stereo

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Jimmy Carr: So, Jamie and the Magic Torch is about a boy who plays with his magic torch under the duvets every night. Okay, but keep in mind that play with your torch too much, and you'll go blind. Just look at Mr. Magoo. We'll see you after the break!
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References The Simpsons (1989) See more »

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A good show for those wishing to recall low-budget cartoons which aired for a week in 1973...
31 March 2005 | by Bob_ParrSee all my reviews

As with all of Channel 4's numerous 'Top 100s' you really should read it as 'A hundred, generally good cartoons'. Otherwise the viewer will be sorely confused when top-notch computer animated films such as 'A Bug's Life' are upstaged by nonsensical Japanimation of indiscernible quality. Overall, you have to give the show its dues, The Simpsons did cap it all off, as it should. Plus it managed to give valuable airtime to Z-List quasi-celebrities. I'll leave it up to you to decide who I'm referring to. Jimmy Carr, England's latest comic talent, does not exactly send viewers laughing away on a tugboat of hilarity, but still has the odd spark of genius. I challenge any viewer to watch this and not want to give the 'Top 100' animation a good kicking after two hours of repetitive variations.


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