The 10 most popular cartoon characters among six-to-11-year-olds

Adams, Kathleen; Faltermayer, Charlotte
November 1996
Time;11/4/1996, Vol. 148 Issue 21, p20
Presents a list of the 10 most popular cartoon characters among six-to-11-year-olds as of October 1996. Characters include Timon and Pumbaa from the motion picture `The Lion King,' Rugrats and Bugs Bunny.


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