Bentoons was the in-house division of Ben's Pictures during the Golden Age of American animation. One of the most successful animation studios in American media history, Ben's Cartoons was primarily responsible theatrical cartoon short subjects.

The cartoon studio was closed on 1967

A successor company, Ben's Animation, was established in 1973, one year after the cartoon studios shut down.



  • Ben the Dog
  • Charlie the Cat
  • Roofus the Tiger
  • [Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck-esque series]
  • [Tom & Jerry/Mouse Trapz-esque series]
  • [Woody Woodpecker-esque series]
  • [Droopy/Duke Fox-esque series]
  • [Underdog/Superman-esque series]
  • [Spiff and Hercules-esque series]
  • [Dexter's Laboratory-esque series]
  • [Johnny Bravo-esque series]
  • [Dudley Do-Right-esque series]
  • [Kaput and Zosky-esque series]
  • [Peanuts/Ed, Edd 'n Eddy/Hey Arnold-esque series]
  • [Oggy and the Cockroaches-esque series]
  • [Casper the Friendly Ghost-esque series]
  • [Heyyy, it's the King!-esque series]
  • [Secret Squirrel/Danger Mouse-esque series]
  • [Tweety and Sylvester-esque series]
  • [Heckle and Jeckle-esque series]
  • [Yakko, Wakko and Dot-esque series]
  • [Pinky and the Brain/George and Junior-esque series]
  • [The Pink Panther-esque series]
  • [The Smurfs-esque series]


TV Series




  • Bentoons is inspired by Paramount Pictures' Noveltoons/Harveytoons, 20th Century Fox's Foxtoons & Mouse Trapz and the Jollytoons, Hanna-Barbera's The Huckleberry Hound Show, Disney's The Disney Afternoon, Cartoon Network's Cartoon Cartoons, Terrytoons, Fox's , Nickelodeon's Nicktoons, Walter Lantz cartoons, Warner Bros. Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies, MGM Cartoons, Sony's Reilly Toons, Lionsgate's Gates Toons, GMAT's Awesome Beats and Pudú Producciones' Matias Pudu and Friends/Pudu Toons because of the collective cartoons like this before.
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