Can you I.D. 1970s cartoons from a single frame of the intro sequence?

Zoinks! The Seventies gave us way more than just Scooby-Doo!

Do you think Seventies cartoons are the grooviest?

You're not wrong. The decade was jammed full of musical animated series. But it also gave us tons of cartoon spin-offs and some of the kookiest cartoons ever produced.

If you're a Seventies cartoon expert, trust your instincts below. We'll show you a single frame from the intro sequence of a 1970s cartoon. It's up to you to figure out which cartoon it is. Good luck!
  1. This TV teen joined her siblings in which animated spin-off?
    Image: CBS Television Distribution
  2. Here's another familiar face we watched grow up in the 1960s. Which Flintstones spin-off is this?
    Image: Warner Bros. Television
  3. The Seventies packed Saturday morning full of animated TV spin-offs. Which cartoon spin-off is this?
    Image: Warner Bros. Television Distribution
  4. Cartoon dogs never go out of vogue. Recognize this dutiful pooch?
    Image: NBCUniversal Television Distribution
  5. The Seventies had sci-fi 'toons, too. Recognize this one?
    Image: CBS Television Distribution
  6. This hairy guy was a key character on which 1970s cartoon?
    Image: NBCUniversal Television Distribution
  7. Here's another cartoon hero, alias Penry, the mild-mannered janitor:
    Image: Warner Bros. Television Distribution
  8. This enduring animated series began as educational commercials:
    Image: Disney-ABC Domestic Television
  9. The hero at the heart of this animated series had to be thawed from a block of ice:
    Image: Taft Broadcasting
  10. You could find the star of this cartoon living in an underwater civilization:
    Image: Warner Bros. Television

Can you I.D. 1970s cartoons from a single frame of the intro sequence?

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Snickers 1 month ago
10 out of 10. Loved " Star Trek: The Animated Series" The cast of Trek voiced their alter egos on the animated series and the scripts were well written.
CaroleThorpe 17 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
Strike up the band, Pebbles! We got a winner!
DerekBird 17 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Strike up the band, Pebbles! We got a winner!
BrianMoore 17 months ago
9 out of 10. The last one tripped me up.
Runeshaper 24 months ago
You got 8 out of 10
Strike up the band, Pebbles! We got a winner!

Few tricky ones there!
Amalthea 25 months ago
10/10, without looking at a single written clue.
Geronimo 32 months ago
I know my 70's cartoons................................10/10
Lacey 32 months ago
10/10 I did better than I thought I would. 70s cartoons har their high points and their low ones.
Loved the theme songs from Emergency +4 and had a crush on Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kids.
M 32 months ago
10 OUT OF 10 I WATCH TOO MANY CARTOONS LOL
TVJunkie 32 months ago
Bummer. Only 4 right. The 70's, when cartoons stopped being funny and started being "educational" and moral and preachy. So I don't feel bad. Woody Woodpecker and Jonny Quest and The Herculoids RULE !
Lacey TVJunkie 32 months ago
I don't know, I learned a whole lot more from Tennesee Tuxedo than I did from Josi & the Pussycats.
Geronimo TVJunkie 32 months ago
You are a TVJunkie?
JeffTanner 32 months ago
You got 10 out of 10 -------------Strike up the band, Pebbles! We got a winner!
UTZAAKE 32 months ago
9/10. Foiled by #10. Just can't buy a break.
stephaniestavropoulos 32 months ago
10//10! Anyone out there a "real" fan of P/BB, can tell me the name of their kids, and which one inherited their father's strength.
I know they got married in I Yabba Dabba Do, but don't remember the kids!
The kids' names are Chip and Roxy. I think it's Roxy who inherited her father's strength.
AllisonWunderland 32 months ago
10/10 for me again! Guess I had a wonderful childhood....sooooo blessed I was raised in the 60's and 70's!! Thank you Lord
AllisonWunderland 32 months ago
Got them all! Wow, I amaze myself sometimes! 😇
Barry22 32 months ago
10/10, Captain Caveman was voiced by the late great Mel Blanc. If you listen, he sounds like The Tasmanian Devil.
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