Internet/Blogs Pop Quiz By Jerry Beck | 06/01/2007 10:33 pm | 30 Share Tweet Email Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Email 30 From our friends at Mental Floss. We welcome thoughtful comments on articles, but please read our community guidelines before participating. All comments are moderated and will not immediately appear on the site; your patience is appreciated. Zee I got 13 out of 15. tom Gossamer/Willoughby. Other than that: solid! I should have figured out Gossamer, dadgumbit! droosan 100% .. 15 out of 15 .. :) Didn’t seem too hard .. there were even several ‘catch-phrases’ in there! Bryan 100% score for me! The “Willoughby” one was not right on Mental Floss’s part though. The soundbite, from Clampett’s HARE RIBBON and the image, from Avery’s THE HECKLING HARE, do not match. Weren’t they two different characters? But thank you for that Jerry! J. J. Hunsecker I got 100% right! Gerit 100% …although I’m not certain that’s a good thing. Charles Brubaker Some were a bit harder to identify, but I managed to get all 15 right! I’m the master! Tomcat 100% right. I had to use the process of elimination with Wimpy. I didn’t recognize his line there. Mighty Mouse was way too easy though. David Gerstein 100% right here, too, though I had to deduce one or two TV-era characters by process of elimination. Dan 13/15 – Wasn’t a big fan of Atom Ant or Underdog growing up so I confused the two. The others were fairly simple. Mark McDermott 100%! Some of those you could guess just from the background music. I guess even if you weren’t around when “Penelope Pitstop” was on, you would have recognized Paul Lynde. Too bad they seemed to have had a very latter-day (H-B?) Popeye to pull the Wimpy from. Another void to be filled by those upcoming DVDs! George Bah! Switched the Hooded Claw and Underdog, otherwise I was ok! uncle wayne I wish to hell all “quizzes” were this damn easy in college!! I adore that you had TWO Bill Thompsons in there! How clever! What a ba-last! Graham 100% And they said it was harder. :P Eric S. I outta be slapped for mixing up underdog/hooded claw for a 13 of 15 result. In my defense I kinda got sick of scrolling, flipping between windows and numbering. Andrew It would’ve been harder if ALL of them were supporting characters. Nevertheless, I too got a perfect score! Amy Mebberson Toooooo damn easy. C’mon, how are Mighty Mouse, Marvin Martian, Jabberjaw, Michigan J Frog and Droopy remotely difficult? I thought Hooded Claw was easy. I had to think a LITTLE between Touche Turtle and Underdog, only because I don’t think I ever watched Underdog as a kid. GagaMan Haha, way too easy, 100% here too! XD uncle wayne Keep THOSE kind of “quiizzes” coming!! I love ’em! Bugsmer I, too, got 100%, and I noticed that Atom Ant has Jughead’s voice, but I had to use the process of elimination for some of them. Wimpy was the hardest. Tom Minton Tricky in that Bill Thompson voiced both Droopy AND Touche Turtle, but otherwise, it was cool. This is the same test the DMV gives new drivers in California. Edward R. Cox 100% – 15 out of 15 ! Great fun! Thanks for sharing the link! I look forward to more quizes like this in the future! Bryon E. Carson A very easy 100%. I watched way too much TV growing up. Oy. Graham Finch It’s amazing how many people kept mixing up Underdog with another character. Remember: Underdog is the one who rhymes. Mike Russo Got ’em all. PCUnfunny 15 out of 15. Too easy. Kevin W. Martinez a.k.a. Leviathan I didn’t think I’d get them all right, but I did. There were some challenges in the bunch, but the trick is to listen to the surrrounding audio (music,SFX et al.) tony That was fun… 100% after three switches. Was Paul Lynn the voice of #4? Great site… thanks. OM …That picture *begs* for a Photochop that moves the index fingers over to the left just a touch, with an anti “Cartoon” Network protest slogan attached! :-) the big CR Way too easy! I got 3 of the 15 properties correct! (It helps to work in the marketing department of an entertainment conglomerate.) Previous PostCoke Video Next PostWanna Buy A Jay Ward Blanket?