Here are your five favourite cartoon advertisements of all time:1.

‘The Simpsons’ (2007) by Adam WestThe Simpsons, a family-friendly cartoon show about an unemployed family, is perhaps the greatest satire of commercialism in recent memory.

The show, which was renewed for another season in 2016, has consistently been rated the best animated show on television.

However, it is still remembered fondly by many people for the fact that the show is not only funny, but also politically astute and satirical.

However the Simpsons has also been controversial for its portrayal of caste, casteism and racism.

The episode ‘The Ghetto’ in ‘The Cartoons’ (2008) is the most famous of the series, which is about a black family whose home is attacked by white racists.

In the episode, Homer is shown having an argument with a black neighbour, who accuses him of being racist.

In response, Homer tells the black neighbour that “The ghetto is a white ghetto.”

It is not just the episode that has been cited as the inspiration for the series.

“The Simpsons” has also featured in other popular television series, including the BBC’s The Great British Bake Off and the US show The Simpsons.2.

‘Sesame Street’ (1999) by Donald DuckSesame street is the name given to the series of educational children’s programmes created by Muppets creator, Ed Sullivan.

The first series aired in 1965 and was followed by more than 50 episodes, which became popular after Sullivan’s death in 2000.

The series features the famous characters of Kermit, Muppet, Piglet and Snoopy.

The children’s shows have been shown on television screens in various forms since they first aired.3.

‘Muppet Show’ (1989) by Phil HartmanThe Muppeteers are a group of anthropomorphic puppets, often portrayed as a group with the help of voice-over actors.

They are voiced by Phil Hay, who also plays the voice of Mickey Mouse.

The Muppettes were created in 1977, which also marked the first time a show was made exclusively for children.

They became a big hit, winning the Emmy Awards for best children’s programme in 1990.4.

‘Pee Wee Herman’ (1968) by Sam KinisonThe Peanuts cartoon series was created by Charlie Brown and featured a young Charlie Brown who has a crush on a female character.

In ‘Peanuts’, Peanuts was a member of a group called the Peanuts Gang.

Charlie Brown was bullied by the other characters of the gang, and the series was cancelled after only four episodes.

The Peanuts cartoons were revived in 1992.5.

‘King Kong’ (1934) by Charles M. SchulzThe original “King Kong” is a classic movie and popular cartoon that tells the story of the ape, Kong, who is portrayed by Robert Englund.

The ape is portrayed as being a man, and he fights off a series of crocodiles and other creatures, before being captured by a group that have been raised by apes.

In “King of the Jungle”, Kong is taken to a crocodile den, and his father, the King, takes him away from the crocodile family.

In order to save his son, Kong must fight off an evil gorilla, the gorilla who also has the power to control humans.

In all three of these episodes, Kong is portrayed in a humorous and heartwarming way.6.

‘Batman Begins’ (1992) by Frank MillerBatman Begins, a film from the DC Comics comic series, is considered to be one of the greatest superhero films ever made.

It was also the first film of a director with a major role in the creation of the character of Batman, and it is one of only two movies to feature a male and female lead in the same film.

The film was adapted from the comic book series by artist and writer Frank Miller.

The screenplay for the film was written by David S. Goyer and illustrated by Alan Davis, and was directed by Joel Schumacher.7.

‘A Christmas Carol’ (1898) by William ShakespeareThe Christmas Carol is a fictional novel written by Charles Dickens.

In it, he describes how a woman is trapped in a dark house by her husband and her child, while his father and brother are away on a hunting trip.

The book is set in the year 1878, and tells the tale of a woman called Jane Austen who meets her husband at the end of the night, who introduces her to the family.

The novel also features the characters of Mr. Darcy, the housekeeper who lives in the house and the family of servants.

The story was later adapted for stage and film by Jules Verne.8.

‘Funny Face’ (1977) by Ralph BakshiA funny face is a character that looks like a caricature of itself.

The term ‘face’ originated in English and has been used in cartoons, particularly those