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Yoda's Famous Cats & Dogs Quiz

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(22 votes)
32 questions
English
Guess The Famous Cats And Dogs 32 Questions In Total
1
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Name This Famous Cat?

Garfield

Puss In Boots

Scratchy

Tabby

56% got this right

Created By Jim Davis
2
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This Character First Appeared In What Year?

1932

1928

1936

1940

Hard  26% got this right

Created By Walt Disney, Art Babbitt And Frank Webb
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This Fictional Character First Appeared In Disney's 'The Lion King' In What Year?

1424
1994
4273

52% got this right

The Character Was Voiced By 'Matthew Broderick'
4
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Type In The Name Of This Fictional Dog?

K9

42% got this right

Appears In The Sci-Fi Series 'Doctor Who'
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Who Is The Best Friend Of This Fictional Character?

Top Cat

45% got this right

The Cartoon Character 'Top Cat' Was Based On The TV Character 'Sergeant Bilko' Played By Phil Silvers
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Who Provided The Voice Of This Fictional Character In The 2005 Movie?

Robbie Williams

Colin Firth

James Cordon

Rowan Atkinson

46% got this right

The Character Of 'Florence' In The Movie Was Voiced By 'Kylie Minogue'
7
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What Is The Name Of This Fictional Character?

Tom

Easy  91% got this right

'Tom & Jerry' Were Created In 1940 By 'William Hanna' & 'Joseph Barbera'
8
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What Is The Occupation Of This Fictional Character?

Janitor

Chef

Fitness Instructor

Street Sweeper

Hard  19% got this right

His Actual Name Is 'Penrod Pooch'
9
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Name This Fictional Movie Character?

Diego

Hard  33% got this right

'Diego' Is A Sabre Toothed Tiger And Appears In The 'Ice Age' Movie Franchise
10
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Who Is The Uncle Of This Fictional Cartoon Character?

Scooby Doo

62% got this right

'Scooby Doo' Got His Name Based On The Lyrics In The 'Frank Sinatra' Song "Strangers In The Night"
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Who Is The Best Friend Of This Fictional Cartoon Character?

Roobarb

62% got this right

'Roobarb' NOT 'Rhubarb' First Appeared On TV In 1974
12
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What Is The Name Of This Fictional Kids TV Character?

Doodles

Scrawls

Scribbles

Squiggles

Hard  29% got this right

'Doodles' First Appeared In The Kids TV Show 'The Tweenies' First Aired On UK TV In 1999
13
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This Fictional Character Advertises Which Kellogg's Product?

Frosties

50% got this right

Kellogg's 'Frosties' First Went On Sale In The USA In 1952
14
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This Fictional Character Appears In Which TV Show?

Family Guy

American Dad

King Of The Hill

South Park

73% got this right

The Voice Of 'Peter Griffin' Is Based On The Voice Of A Security Guard That 'Seth MacFarlane' Knew At College
15
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What Is The Name Of This Fictional Cat?

Heathcliff

77% got this right

'Heathcliff' The Cat Pre-Dates 'Garfield'
16
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Which Cartoon Character Owns This Fictional Dog?

Charlie Brown

Easy  82% got this right

The Song “Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron” Hit No.2 On The Billboard Hot 100 In 1966, Just Behind "Monkees / I’m A Believer"
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This Fictional Cat Appears In Which TV Cartoon?

Inspector Gadget

Dr Snuggles

Paw Patrol

Rugrats

51% got this right

The Characters Name Is 'M.A.D. Cat' Which Is An Abbreviation For 'Mean And Dirty', 'Dr. Claw's' Criminal Organisation
18
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What Is The Name Of This Fictional Cartoon Character?

Dogtanian

61% got this right

Dogtanian
19
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What Is The Name Of This Fictional Cat?

Cringer

62% got this right

'Cringer' Appears In The Children's TV Cartoon 'He-Man', When He Get His Superpowers I Become The Mighty 'Battle Cat'
20
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What Is The Name Of This Fictional Dog?

Clifford

Bedford

Roachford

Stamford

69% got this right

'Clifford' Was Created By 'Norman Bridwell' And Is Said To Be Based On An Imaginary Friend
21

This Fictional Character Appeared In Which Classic Children's TV Cartoon?

Thundercats

78% got this right

His Name Is 'Lion-O', A Side Scrolling Video Game Based On The TV Cartoon Was Released In 1987 And Was A Big Success
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This Fictional Dog Is Friends With A Famous Fictional Cat, What Is The Cats Name?

Garfield

Easy  85% got this right

'Garfield', The Dogs Name Is 'Odie' And He Is Supposed To Be A 'Beagle'
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What Is The Name Of This Famous Fictional Cat?

Bagheera

Easy  85% got this right

'Bagheera' Features In Disney's 'The Jungle Book', The Novel Was Written & Published In 1894 By 'Rudyard Kipling'
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What Is The First Name Of This Famous Fictional Dog?

Huckleberry

Blackberry

Dingleberry

Loganberry

50% got this right

The 'Huckleberry Hound Show' Was The Very First Animated TV Show To Win An 'Emmy'
25
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Who Owns This Famous Fictional Cat?

Bob The Builder

69% got this right

Pilchard Is Voiced By Actress 'Kate Harbour' Who Also Provides The Voices Of 'Wendy', 'Dizzy' And 'Mrs Broadbent'
26
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What Is The (First Name) Of The Person Who Owns This Famous Cartoon Dog?

Dennis

67% got this right

'Dennis The Menace' Made His First Appearance In The 'Beano' Comic In 1951
27
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What Is The Surname Of The Family That Own This Fictional Cat?

Simpson

67% got this right

The Cat Is Called 'Snowball'
28
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What Breed Is This Famous Fictional Dog?

Beagle

Basset Hound

Spaniel

Terrier

44% got this right

'Gromit' Is The Creation Of 4 Time Oscar Winning Animator 'Nick Park'
29

This Fictional Cat Is Called 'Mr Bigglesworth', In What Popular Movie Franchise Does He Appear?

Austin Powers

69% got this right

Yeah!, Baby!, Yeah!
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What Is The Name Of This Dog That Featured In A Very Famous 1940 Film

Toto

65% got this right

'Toto' Reportedly Earned $125 Per Week Of Filming, But Each 'Munchkin' Actor Received Just $50
31
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What Is The Name Of This Famous Fictional Dog

Brains

Einstein

Newton

Smarty McFly

Hard  16% got this right

He Appears In The 'Inspector Gadget' Cartoons
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What Is The Name Of This Famous Fictional Cat?

Duchess

Empress

Goddess

Princess

45% got this right

Appeared In 'The Aristocats' In 1970