Inseparable cartoon characters

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Inseparable cartoon characters
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Cartoon characters are part of our life since our childhood. However, some of them, by themselves, would not make sense. They are couples of friends, enemies, romantics ... We have made a selection of inseparable cartoon characters. Some remind us of phrases that also remain in our memory and that you can find in The most famous phrases of the Looney Tunes .

TOP 1:

Wild and Tweety

Wild and Tweety

TOP 2:

Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry


TOP 3:

Scooby Doo and Shaggy

Scooby Doo and Shaggy

TOP 4:

Pedro Flintstones and Pablo Marble

Pedro Flintstones and Pablo Marble

TOP 5:

The Yogi Bear and Boo Boo

The Yogi Bear and Boo Boo


TOP 6:

Bugs Bunny and Lucas Duck

Bugs Bunny and Lucas Duck

TOP 7:

El Coyote and Roadrunner

El Coyote and Roadrunner

TOP 8:

Peter Pan and Tinker Bell

Peter Pan and Tinker Bell


TOP 9:

Captain Hook and Mr. Smee

Captain Hook and Mr. Smee

TOP 10:

Pixie and Dixie

Pixie and Dixie

TOP 11:

Tintin and Milú

Tintin and Milú


TOP 12:

Charlie Brown and Snoopy

Charlie Brown and Snoopy

TOP 13:

Kung Fu Panda and Master Teacher

Kung Fu Panda and Master Teacher

TOP 14:

Tarzan and Terk

Tarzan and Terk

TOP 15:

Lilo and Stitch

Lilo and Stitch


TOP 16:
The Lady and the Tramp
The Lady and the Tramp

TOP 17:
Woody and Buzz Lightyear
Woody and Buzz Lightyear

TOP 18:
Winnie Pooh and Piglet
Winnie Pooh and Piglet

TOP 19:
Homer and Marge Simpson
Homer and Marge Simpson

TOP 20:
Bart Simpson and Milhouse
Bart Simpson and Milhouse


TOP 21:
Mario and Luigi
Mario and Luigi

TOP 22:
Asterix and Obelix
Asterix and Obelix

TOP 23:
Gargamel and Azrael
Gargamel and Azrael

TOP 24:
The Maya and Willy bee
The Maya and Willy bee

TOP 25:
Sullivan and Mike Wazowski
Sullivan and Mike Wazowski


These are, for us, the best known and most famous inseparable cartoon characters in the history of animation. We have not put couples of princes and princesses since they are obvious couples. We have opted for those of animals and other characters that would not know how to live, in the celluloid before and now in digital cinema, one without the other. Do you comment? Thank you.