Can you name all these humans from Hanna-Barbera cartoons?

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Hanna-Barbera cartoons featured some fantastic fauna. There were giant purple apes, canines skilled at martial arts, spying squirrels, talking bears and skating birds. Sure, Scooby-Doo and Top Cat get most of the love, but let's not overlooked the animated people in these Saturday morning classics.

Okay, some of them were technically from the planet Exxor or endowed with superhuman powers, but they were kids and teens just like us. At least, we dreamed.

See if you can remember the names of all these Hanna-Barbera characters. They come from the 1960s and 1970s. Good luck!
  1. He was always a thorn in Yogi's side — or was it the other way around?
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  2. Who is that on the phone giving Fred a headache?
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  3. Wonder Twin powers… activate! The boy on the right is Zan. What does the "J" stand for on her uniform?
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  4. This private eye may have been little, but he solved big cases.
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  5. This Wacky Races veteran got her own spin-off show.
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  6. This classic comedy duo got its own Hanna-Barbera cartoon in the 1960s.
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  7. He was the pet shop owner in Magilla Gorilla.
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  8. This 1972 cartoon centered around 10 kids solving crimes.
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  9. Name these two teenage sidekicks of Space Ghost. (The monkey is Blip.)
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  10. Meet the Impossibles! The "M" stands for "Multi-Man" and the "C" stands for "Coil-Man." The "F" stands for what?
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  11. The Speed Buggy gang is hanging out. You might know Debbie on the left. Who is the guy in green?
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Can you name all these humans from Hanna-Barbera cartoons?

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shella27we 25 months ago
Please bring back Hanna-Barbera Saturday morning cartoons. I really miss them and so do a lot of others. Network TV has forgot about the children. Bringing The Flintstones back is a start. I was five years old when I first saw them.
Runeshaper 25 months ago
You got 10 out 11
You devoured that one! Nice work! Now we're hungry for some breakfast food…

Shaggy & Tinker look a lot alike LOL
jam 25 months ago
I loved my Speed Buggy lunchbox when I was a kid. It was the first plastic lunchbox I had. Prior to that, I had a metal Holly Hobby lunchbox. Must have been to match my Holly Hobby curtains.
Rickey 26 months ago
You got 9 out 11
You devoured that one! Nice work! Now we're hungry for some breakfast food…
Kenson 31 months ago
8/11. Also slipped on Ranger Smith but I'm okay with missing Wonder Twins.
TomTerrrific 32 months ago
10/11 -- I missed Ranger Smith, believe it or not!
Geronimo 32 months ago
I know my 70's cartoons........................11/11
Amalthea 32 months ago
11/11...all memory, no guesses.
Lacey 32 months ago
10 out of 11 and I should have know the Charlie Chan reference.
UTZAAKE 32 months ago
9/11. Foiled by 3 and 9.
4. Current Minnesota United FC manager Adrian Heath is nicknamed "Inchy" because of his resemblance to this character.
MrBill 32 months ago
10/11; missed the first - I could not remember if the Ranger's name was Smith or Jones. I have not seen Yogi Bear for several years.
rycki1138 32 months ago
11 out 11
You devoured that one! Nice work! Now we're hungry for some breakfast food…
Kirsten 32 months ago
CAN YOU NAME ALL THESE HUMANS FROM HANNA-BARBERA CARTOONS?

You got 11 out 11
You devoured that one! Nice work! Now we're hungry for some breakfast food…
DawnGraham 32 months ago
Penelope Pitstop was my favorite Wacky Racer
djw1120 32 months ago
On the last one, "Tinker" was the mechanic who worked on "Speed Buggy"
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