Cartoon shows are always a fave of kids and even adults (admit it). Yet, there are some things we questioned. Some characters’ faces stayed hidden, while a few questions remained unresolved – or so we thought.
Today, we’re happy to reveal a few cartoon secrets to shed light to a few mysteries you thought will forever be unresolved.
Mickey and Minnie’s Marriage
Mickey and Minnie Mouse never got married. But in real life, the individuals who voiced Mickey and Minnie got married in 1991. Ain’t that sweet?
Shaggy’s Real Name In Scooby-Doo
Did you know that Shaggy’s real name is Norville Rogers?
The Face of Mammy Two Shoes
In the show Tom and Jerry, the face of Tom’s owner was never revealed, wasn’t it? During the “Saturday Evening Puss” episode, she was seen going to church with her face exposed.
Trivia: Did you know that most of her appearances in the show were edited out or re-animated as a svelte white woman in later episodes?
Andy’s Dad In Toy Story
Though there’s no proof, some fans think that Andy’s parents went through a divorce in the first movie, thus the reason why his dad wasn’t in the picture. Others believe his dad (also named Andy) died, and his toys passed to his son.
The Full Face of Kenny McCormick
Kenny McCormick of South Park is always seen in a wrapped hood and talks in a very soft voice. His face can be seen in the movie “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut”, looking like your average kid with messy blond hair.
Comic Book Guy’s Real Name
The Carpet’s Name in Aladdin
You might never have noticed this, but the magic carpet in the movie Aladdin actually has a name. Sources say you can call it “Ralph.”
The Face of Mayor Deputy Sara Bellum
1998 cartoon series Powerpuff Girls features mayor deputy Sara Bellum in a power red suit and pumps. Her face was only shown once the entire series. Did you happen to catch it?
Dexter’s Finances and Accent
Ever wondered how much Dexter’s light bill costs and how he’s able to afford his impressive lab equipment?
Krabby Patty Secret Recipe
Krabby Patty is one famous burger sold at Krusty Krab. In one of the episodes, the burger’s secret recipe was shown as random gibberish.
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