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?

Your Result...

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CaroleThorpe 14 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
Strike up the band, Pebbles! We got a winner!
DerekBird 14 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Strike up the band, Pebbles! We got a winner!
BrianMoore 14 months ago
9 out of 10. The last one tripped me up.
Runeshaper 21 months ago
You got 8 out of 10
Strike up the band, Pebbles! We got a winner!

Few tricky ones there!
Amalthea 23 months ago
10/10, without looking at a single written clue.
Geronimo 29 months ago
I know my 70's cartoons................................10/10
Lacey 29 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 29 months ago
TVJunkie 29 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 29 months ago
I don't know, I learned a whole lot more from Tennesee Tuxedo than I did from Josi & the Pussycats.
Geronimo TVJunkie 29 months ago
You are a TVJunkie?
JeffTanner 29 months ago
You got 10 out of 10 -------------Strike up the band, Pebbles! We got a winner!
UTZAAKE 29 months ago
9/10. Foiled by #10. Just can't buy a break.
stephaniestavropoulos 29 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 29 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 29 months ago
Got them all! Wow, I amaze myself sometimes! 😇
Barry22 29 months ago
10/10, Captain Caveman was voiced by the late great Mel Blanc. If you listen, he sounds like The Tasmanian Devil.
cperrynaples 29 months ago
9/10! You didn't show Jabberjaw and I don't think that picture came from it. I can tell you that the dog and pandas were from Jeannie, the prequel to IDOJ!
Barry22 cperrynaples 29 months ago
Jabberjaw is on the floor imitating a rug, and the two pandas and the dog were from The Brady Kids.
AllisonWunderland Barry22 29 months ago
Agree with you
Kevin Barry22 29 months ago
The Pandas were named Ping & Pong if I remember correctly.
cperrynaples Barry22 29 months ago
Right, my memory was off! SORRY!
scp Kevin 29 months ago
That's correct; they were Ping and Pong, and I seem to recall the kids acquired them when a Chinese space probe crashed near them -- because apparently it made sense to the writers that the Chinese would use members of an endangered species as experimental subjects.
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