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Quiz about Cartoon Villains
Quiz about Cartoon Villains

Cartoon Villains Trivia Quiz

Boo hiss! Simply match the villain to the cartoon that they appear in.

A matching quiz by ClarkyB. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Quiz #
Dec 07 21
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Last 3 plays: Guest 73 (10/10), Steelflower75 (6/10), jackseleven (10/10).
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. Dick Dastardly  
  Wacky Races
2. Dr. Claw  
  The Smurfs
3. Gargamel  
4. Shredder  
  The Powerpuff Girls
5. Mojo Jojo  
  Danger Mouse
6. Baron Silas Greenback  
  Inspector Gadget
7. Skeletor  
  The Simpsons
8. Plankton  
  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
9. Bluto  
  He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
10. Mr. Burns  
  SpongeBob SquarePants

Select each answer

1. Dick Dastardly
2. Dr. Claw
3. Gargamel
4. Shredder
5. Mojo Jojo
6. Baron Silas Greenback
7. Skeletor
8. Plankton
9. Bluto
10. Mr. Burns

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Jun 13 2024 : Guest 73: 10/10
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May 27 2024 : cheeseit223: 10/10
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May 07 2024 : Guest 124: 10/10

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Dick Dastardly

Answer: Wacky Races

Originally broadcast as seventeen episodes between September 1968 and January 1969, "Wacky Races" is an American cartoon which sees eleven teams racing their cars across North America to win the title "World's Wackiest Racer". Ably assisted by his sidekick Muttley (a wheezing, sniggering dog), Dick Dastardly is the villain of the series, and he drives a purple rocket-powered car with various weapons that he uses to try to knock his opponents out of the race
2. Dr. Claw

Answer: Inspector Gadget

The French-American-Canadian cartoon "Inspector Gadget" originally ran for eighty-six episodes between 1983 and 1986. The titular character is a bumbling cyborg detective, largely styled on Inspector Clouseau from "The Pink Panther", who is able to call on a whole array of gadgets to help him out of sticky situations, and foil his nemesis Dr. Claw, the leader of the evil organisation M.A.D.

Invariably, Inspector Gadget requires help (albeit unknowingly) from his savvy and intelligent niece, Penny, who is the real reason Dr. Claw is never successful in carrying out his evil plans.
3. Gargamel

Answer: The Smurfs

Originally created as comic characters called Les Schtroumpfs, The Smurfs are a colony of tiny blue human-like creatures created by Belgian cartoonist Pierre Culliford (better known as Peyo) in 1958. In 1981, Hanna-Barbera Productions produced the television cartoon series "The Smurfs", and the little blue guys became a part of worldwide pop culture.

The Smurfs have to deal with a number of antagonists, the main one being the evil wizard Gargamel, who is obsessed with trying to capture the Smurfs to either eat them, or use them in a potion to create gold.
4. Shredder

Answer: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" first appeared in a comic book in 1984, with a lucrative franchise that includes TV, movies, video games, and merchandise spawning from those early days. The original TV series "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (or "Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles" as it was alternatively known in some European countries) ran for 193 episodes between 1987 and 1996, and saw our heroes Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo battling against the evil Shredder and his Foot Clan.
5. Mojo Jojo

Answer: The Powerpuff Girls

Created by American animator Craig McCracken, "The Powerpuff Girls" originally aired for seventy-eight episodes on the Cartoon Network between 1998 and 2005. Our heroes are Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, three kindergarten-aged girls who have superpowers that they use to thwart the evil intentions of their enemies.

The main antagonist of the series is the super-intelligent chimpanzee Mojo Jojo, a mad scientist who speaks in a Japanese accent.
6. Baron Silas Greenback

Answer: Danger Mouse

The British cartoon "Danger Mouse", which originally aired for ten series (161 episodes) between 1981 and 1992, parodies British spy fiction. The original series featured the voice talents of David Jason and Terry Scott as Danger Mouse and Penfold respectively, with the reboot series that began in 2015 featuring the voices of Alexander Armstrong and Kevin Eldon as Danger Mouse and Penfold respectively.

In each episode, our intrepid duo find themselves doing battle against Danger Mouse's archenemy, the wheezy-voice toad Baron Silas Greenback, who is not-so-ably assisted by his crow henchmen Stiletto Mafiosa and Leatherhead.
7. Skeletor

Answer: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

Often referred to as simply "He-Man", the Filmation-produced animated series "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" is based in the Mattel toy line "Masters of the Universe". Set on the fictional planet of Eternia, the cartoon originally ran for 130 episodes between 1983 and 1985.

In each episode, we see unassuming Prince Adam turn into He-Man by grasping the Sword of Power and exclaiming "By the Power of Grayskull!", thereby gaining superpowers that he uses to defend his planet from being conquered by the evil Skeletor, a muscular blue humanoid with a bare yellow skull.
8. Plankton

Answer: SpongeBob SquarePants

The American animated series "SpongeBob SquarePants" was created by cartoonist and former marine biologist Stephen Hillenburg, and premiered on Nickelodeon on 1st May 1999. The multi-award winning series has gone on to spawn a multi-billion dollar franchise, that includes movies, video games, merchandise, and even theme park rides.

The main antagonist in the show is the small green copepod (crustacean) Plankton, who runs the Chum Bucket, a less-successful rival restaurant to the one owned by Mr. Krabs, the Krusty Krab, in which Spongebob works. Envious of his rival's success, Plankton continually tries to cook up schemes to steal recipe secrets from Mr. Krabs so that he can gain a competitive advantage and put him out of business.
9. Bluto

Answer: Popeye

Created by American cartoonist Elzie Crisler Segar, "Popeye" first appeared in the comic strip "Thimble Theatre" in 1929. The feature was turned into a television cartoon, entitled "Popeye the Sailor" in 1960, and it ran for 220 episodes over the subsequent two years.

The "Popeye" franchise has subsequently expanded exponentially, and now includes further television cartoons, movies, video and pinball games, and of course, the obligatory merchandising. Popeye's nemesis is Bluto, a muscular bearded brute of a man, who is also Popeye's rival in his pursuit of the love of Olive Oyl.
10. Mr. Burns

Answer: The Simpsons

Regarded by many as the most popular and successful cartoon of all-time, "The Simpsons" was created by American cartoonist Matt Groening, and had its debut on "The Tracey Ullman Show" on 19th April 1987. "The Simpsons" subsequently became a television show in its own right, and has spawned a multi-billion dollar franchise, including merchandising, video games, and the 2007 feature-length movie "The Simpsons Movie", which grossed over $500 million worldwide. Voiced by Harry Shearer, Mr. Burns is the evil owner and chairman of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, who is driven purely by increasing his own wealth and power, often to the detriment his employees, which include The Simpsons patriarch, lovable but dim-witted Homer.
Source: Author ClarkyB

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