What famous cartoon characters are in public domain?

Is Betty Boop in public domain? or Popeye? Bugs Bunny?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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    What famous cartoon characters are in public domain?

    Is Betty Boop in public domain? or Popeye? Bugs Bunny?

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  • Jard
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    famous cartoon characters public domain

  • Marli
    Lv 7
    6 years ago

    An interesting question. Betty Boop, Popeye, Bugs, Mickey Mouse, Tom and Jerry, Charlie Brown, Superman etc.are owned by corporations, and other companies pay licensing fees to the owners to reproduce them. I don't know if they can go into public domain under U.S. law or under the laws of other nations.

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  • 9 years ago

    CHARACTERS FROM WORKS THAT ARE IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN

    AND WHO ARE PRETTY MUCH HOUSEHOLD NAMES

    (that is, known by a great many people)

    Peter Pan (2,350,00 Google search 'hits')

    Aladdin (2,200,000)

    Dracula (2,160,000)

    Cinderella (1,830,000)

    Snow White (1,520,000)

    Frankenstein (1,440,000)

    Robin Hood (1,300,000)

    Tarzan (1,270,000)

    Wizard of Oz -- (1,110,000)

    Sleeping Beuaty (1,100,000)

    King Arthur (1,030,000)

    Sherlock Holmes (753,000)

    Gulliver (751,000)

    Pinocchio (748,000)

    Alice (707,000 -- searched on [Alice Wonderland])

    Moby Dick (617,000)

    Ivanhoe (525,000)

    Phantom of the Opera (419,000)

    Lancelot (414,000)

    Black Beauty (379,000)

    Oliver Twist (337,000)

    Dorothy (319,00 -- searched on [ Dorothy Oz ])

    Rapunzel (307,000)

    Mother Goose (303,000)

    Scrooge (287,000)

    Tom Sawyer (266,000)

    Ali Baba (237,000)

    Peter Rabbit (235,000)

    Don Quixote (227,000)

    Little Red Riding Hood (219,000)

    Tinkerbell (207,000)

    Little John (204,000)

    Jekyll and Mr Hyde (201,000)

    Pied Piper (192,000)

    Robinson Crusoe (187,000)

    Seven Dwarfs (186,000)

    Uncle Tom (181,000)

    Tin Man (169,00 -- searched on [ tin man oz ])

    Huckleberry Finn (168,000)

    Dorian Gray (168,000)

    Jane Eyre (155,000)

    Humpty Dumpty (134,000)

    Pollyanna (129,000)

    Chesire Cat (126,000)

    Tom Thumb (113,000)

    Hansel and Gretel (108,000)

    Mad Hatter (106,000)

    Hunchback of Notre Dame (106,000)

    The Three Musketeers (105,000)

    Tiny Tim (102,000)

    William Tell (99,200)

    Jack and Jill (85,500)

    Puss in Boots (78,500)

    Long John Silver (72,200)

    Captain Hook (70,200)

    Munchkins (70,000)

    Three Blind Mice (67,700)

    Little Bo-Peep (66,700)

    Jack and the Beanstalk (63,200)

    David Copperfield (60,900 -- searched on [ David Copperfield Dickens ])

    Knights of the Round Table (59,800)

    Rip Van Winkle (56,300)

    Captain Nemo (55,000)

    Little Boy Blue (39,500)

    Wicked Witch (38,200 -- searched on wicked witch oz ]

    Old Mother Hubbard (35,500)

    Captain Ahab (33,300)

    Cowardly Lion (33,100)

    Little Miss Muffet (32,000)

    Tweedle Dee/Tweedle Dum (28,600)

    Friar Tuck (25,000)

    Peter Piper (25,000)

    Brer Rabbit (24,800)

    The Tortoise and the Hare (21,700)

    Ghost of Christmas Past/Present/Future (20,500)

    Guenevere (18,100)

    Sheriff of Nottingham (16,600)

    Old King Cole (14,600)

    Hans Brinker (13,500)

    Little Jack Horner (10,000)

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    not entirely sure what your asking but maybe homer simpson

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