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Yes some of us probably grew up seeing them. Cartoon characters who used to smoke cigarettes and/or cigars. I remember seeing them maybe you do to.
Tom from Tom and Jerry smoked.
Daffy Duck from Looney Tunes smoked.
Donald Duck from Disney smoked.
Pete from Disney smoked.
Elmer Fudd from Looney Tunes smoked.
Sylvester from Looney Tunes smoked.
Pink Panther from Pink Panther smoked.
Caterpillar from Alice In Wonderland smoked a bong.
What other cartoon characters do you know that smoked or did some type of drug. And I mean the ones that were safe to watch for children.
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We totally newed a few thousand more people saying it's a hookah. I don't even know what a hookah is, to be honest, but I know what a bong is. Hookah's sound fun, though.
In any case, yeah, cartoons of old had a lot of bad habits. Not to mention like EVERY old cartoon character uses some kind of gun or firearm, y'know? Dangerous times, I guess. That or animators of old all smoked, so they liked their characters to have similar interests.
At 3/16/08 11:05 AM, The-Great-One wrote: Tom from Tom and Jerry smoked.
"Yadda-Yadda, it encourages children to smoke, la-la-la, blah-blah, too dangerous"
Blame the bitchy parents.
Modern cartoons also have lots of smoking.Take Bender from Futurama for example!
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At 3/17/08 02:22 PM, Trystlions wrote: Modern cartoons also have lots of smoking.Take Bender from Futurama for example!
Yeah, but that's not a kids' programme. I think the OP was referring to films/cartoons aimed at kids which had smoking in it. Disney are going to be not including smoking in any of their childrens' material in the future, and apparently they're going to put anti-smoking messages in their older films which do have smoking in them.
Yeah, but those cartoons are from a time where smoking wasn't as socially unacceptable as... nazism?
Kids are way more easy to influence now-a-days anyway.