Valentine’s Day is coming up, and we’re all looking for ways to make it extra special this year. You could go out for the most romantic dinner or a gourmet meal at home. But why not try something new? If you’re truly looking to create sweet memories with your partner this Valentine’s Day, then we’ve got just the thing: cartoons! And don’t worry these aren’t just any old cartoons. We’ve picked out some of the most romantic animated movies and TV shows that’ll have you laughing and crying all at once (and maybe even making out).
How to Create Sweet Memories with Valentine’s Day Cartoons?
These are some of the most common ways to create sweet memories with Valentine’s day cartoons:
- Create a scrapbook. You can have fun and make your own Valentine’s Day cartoons, or you can use old newspaper or magazine cutouts or photos of your family members to make the scrapbook.
- Make a Valentine’s card for someone special. If you have children, then they would love to make their own Valentine’s Day cartoon cards for their parents, grandparents or friends on February 14th and send them out as postcards in e-mails on this day. You can also give these handmade cards to people who work in offices where they do not usually receive gifts from their colleagues during holidays like Christmas or Easter – they will be delighted!
- Make a Valentine’s Day card for your children (or grandchildren). If you are planning on making homemade cards for other people in addition to those mentioned above then start drawing up some ideas about what kinds of pictures should go onto each one so that it does not look like every other design out there on sale at stores today!
Droopy’s Double Trouble
Droopy, who is quite the romantic at heart, has his eye on a girl dog. Unfortunately for him, she does not return his affections and has in fact been seeing another dog named Pupnik. In order to win her heart (and bring Pupnik down), Droopy hires a hitman to kill him. But alas, you can’t keep love down! The hitman falls in love with the same girl dog and decides he would rather marry her than kill Droopy after all.
Cinderella Meets Fella
Cinderella Meets Fella is a 1951 animated short film that was produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film was directed by Jack Hannah and features the voices of Barbara Luddy, Adriana Caselotti and Sterling Holloway.
Hannah drew inspiration for the story from the fairy tale Cinderella and its many adaptations, including films like The Wizard of Oz (1939) and The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949).
The Night Before Christmas
The story of Santa Claus is a long one, and many of the details have been lost over time. The first published account of Santa Claus can be found in Clement Clarke Moore’s 1823 poem A Visit from Saint Nicholas (better known as “The Night Before Christmas”). This poem tells the tale of Saint Nick delivering presents to children around the world on Christmas Eve. He rides through the air on his sleigh pulled by eight reindeer, with a great big sack full of toys for good boys and girls. The poem was so popular that it has since been read by millions every year at Christmas time!
Porky Pig’s Feat
Porky Pig is a fictional character in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of animated cartoons. Created by animators Robert McKimson and Joe Dougherty, he first appeared in I Haven’t Got a Hat (1935). Porky’s voice was created by Joe Dougherty and most famously performed by Mel Blanc. Porky Pig is one of the most famous cartoon characters ever created, with only Bugs Bunny coming close to his fame and longevity.
As you may know, Mickey Mouse is a cartoon character created by Walt Disney. He is an anthropomorphic mouse who typically wears red shorts, large yellow shoes, and white gloves. Mickey is among the most recognizable fictional characters in the world and serves as the mascot for The Walt Disney Company.
Although not much is known about Mickey’s birthdate or age (he was originally supposed to be six months old at his first appearance), but we do know that he was born on November 18th 1928 in Chicago Illinois USA where he lived with his parents Mortimer Mouse (father) and Flora Mouse (mother).
When Walt Disney started work on his first feature-length animated film “Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs” he decided to create a companion character for Snow White’s prince charming named “Mickey Mouse”. On December 21st 1936 “Mickey Mouse” made his debut appearance at New York World Fair where he became an instant hit!
Little Johnny Jet
Little Johnny Jet is a cartoon about the adventures of an 8-year-old pilot named Johnny who loves flying planes. He is in love with his friend Susan, but she does not return his feelings. His parents are divorced, and he lives with his father.
The first episode begins with Johnny’s grandfather showing him around an airfield where they meet an old friend of his father’s, who invites them both to stay at his house while they wait for their flight home together. The next morning, while sleeping in bed next to each other on the second floor landing overlooking their living room downstairs (where Susan sleeps), they hear her scream: “I’m so sorry!” when she sees another kid walk into her bedroom through her window above them–having climbed up onto the roof outside through theirs!
Mother Goose Stories: L’il Red Riding Hood
A lot of people know the story of Little Red Riding Hood: A young girl, who loves her mother very much, is sent by her grandmother to take some goodies to her sick grandmother. Along the way she meets a wolf. He tricks her into letting him in their house where he eats everyone in it (except L’il Red Riding Hood).
In this cartoon version of the classic tale, we see that L’il Red’s adventure doesn’t go quite as planned! The wolf takes her somewhere else other than Grandma’s house instead!
This cartoon is set in a small town where two high school football teams are competing. The film features some of Avery’s most classic gags, including an out-of-control car and a cutaway to a man in front of the screen who gets hit on the head by an errant football.
The film originally had no musical score; instead, it was recorded with live sound effects from the studio audience. It was released in Technicolor and earned an Academy Award nomination for best animated short subject of 1942.
Father’s Day Off
Father’s Day Off is a 1940 Looney Tunes cartoon starring Porky Pig and Daffy Duck. It was directed by Bob Clampett and written by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce. The film is about Porky working at the waterworks being pestered by Daffy until he finally snaps.
In this short, we see that it’s Father’s Day again and Porky Pig decides to take his father out for an evening of fun before he heads off to work tomorrow morning (as he always does). However, when Porky sees that his dad got up early so they could spend some time together, they decide to spend their day off at the waterworks instead.
In conclusion, the cartoons are the best way to share your love and feelings. you can use them for free on CartoonStock.com or purchase them from the artist’s website for personal use only. There are many different ways to enjoy these cartoons and make them into a gift for someone special in your life!