Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur

20th century cartoon

Workforce cartoon
Workforce cartoon 2
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"One says to the other, "Hold on Fred! Here we go!"
- Trip Tucker

Cartoons were an early type of animated art form originating from Earth. They could take the form of movies or artwork.

When Malcolm Reed and Trip Tucker were waiting for rescue in their disabled shuttlepod, Tucker remembered a cartoon he saw once with two snails on the back of a turtle. (ENT: "Shuttlepod One")

Tom Paris enjoyed watching cartoons such as Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur on the television set B'Elanna Torres gave to him as a gift. (VOY: "Memorial", "Workforce, Part II")

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The Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 1, p. 123) defined cartoon as a "motion picture made from a series of drawings simulating motion by means of sequential progressive changes in the drawings. Cartoons were popular in 20th century American culture and frequently featured stylized, anthropomorphic animals and slapstick humor."
Star Trek: The Animated Series was itself also a cartoon, and in the episode "One of Our Planets Is Missing", archive footage from 1973's Lassie cartoon was used to depict a scene on Earth with children playing with their dog in a rural setting. The musical score was also used in a variety of other Filmation cartoons, including the DC Comics animated series The New Adventures of Batman.

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