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Can you solve real Jeopardy clues that are exclusively about cartoons?

Sufferin' Succotash! Sometimes the smart thing to do is watch cartoons.

On Jeopardy!, Alex Trebek delivers a wide range of clues and through the show's history, that definitely extended to include cartoons. Yes, that means your favorite cartoon snuck into one of TV's most serious shows, as much a part of the pop lexicon as anything else.

So if you're a cartoon buff, here's your chance to become today's Jeopardy! champ. We've pulled real questions from the show, thanks to j-archive, with clues all about cartoons. Prove there's no question about your cartoon expertise below and see if you can get a perfect score.
  1. You pick category "3 of a Kind" for $200: This animated character's nephews are Huey, Dewey & Louie.
  2. You pick category "What Kind of Animal Are You?" for $200: Rocky of Rocky & Bullwinkle fame.
  3. You pick category "Animated Felines" for $200: Mel Blanc said the voice of this tormentor of Tweety was the closest to his own speaking voice.
  4. You pick category "Pup Quiz" for $400: Despite being a total chicken, this animated Great Dane stumbles on clues to help Fred & the gang solve mysteries.
  5. You pick category "3 Dimensional" for $400: This animated trio behind novelty songs, TV shows & movies consists of Alvin, Simon & Theodore.
  6. You pick category "Great Stuff" for $800: "I am looking forward to your arrival on Halloween night," wrote Linus to this entity on an animated TV special.
  7. You pick category "Presidential Celebs?" for $800: Get smart & tell us the name of the guy who provided the voice for the animated Inspector Gadget.
  8. You pick category "Button It!" for $800: On this animated TV show, George & Jane got "button finger" from pushing too many futuristic devices
  9. You pick category "Animated Felines" for $1000: After appearing as Geppeto's pet in "Pinocchio," this cat with the operatic name became Minnie Mouse's pet.
  10. You pick category "Popular Mechanics" for $1200: Sparkplug Witwicky was a character in this animated TV series whose main characters could use a good mechanic.
  11. You pick category "I Get Around" for $1600: This instantly recognizable car is a real version of the Mach Five driven by this animated hero, known in Japan as Go Mifune.
  12. You pick category "Pioneering Television" for $1600: In 1950, "Crusader Rabbit" was the 1st cartoon made for TV; this 1960 show about a family was the 1st animated primetime series.
  13. Last question. You pick category "Animated Characters" for $2000: The name of this young scientist on "Felix the Cat" has become slang for an egghead or nerd.
Can you solve real Jeopardy clues that are exclusively about cartoons?

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