1993 in animation

Events in 1993 in animation.

Years in animation: 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996
Centuries: 19th century · 20th century · 21st century
Decades: 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s
Years: 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

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OctoberEdit

  • October 7: The Simpsons episode "Cape Feare" first airs.[19]
  • October 10: A five-year-old boy, Austin Matthews, sets fire to his mother's mobile home in Moraine, Ohio, killing his two-year-old sister Jessica. The mother claims that her son got the idea from watching Beavis and Butt-Head.[20] Although it is later revealed that the family did not have cable television and thus could not watch the show, the controversy led to Beavis and Butt-Head being rescheduled to air later in the evenings and be edited to remove all references to fire.[21]
  • October 14: The Simpsons episode "Homer Goes to College" first airs. This was the final episode Conan O'Brien solely wrote before leaving the series to start his talk show.
  • October 21:
    • During a U.S. Senate hearing, chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee Ernest Fritz Hollings, argues that TV broadcasters have to be pressured to curb violent or otherwise offensive shows, making direct reference to Beavis and Butt-Head. However, he is ridiculed for mispronouncing the characters' names as Buffcoat and Beaver and admitting that he had never watched the show.[22]
    • The Simpsons episode "Rosebud" first airs, guest starring The Ramones.
  • October 28: The Simpsons episode "Treehouse of Horror IV" first airs.
  • October 29: Henry Selick's The Nightmare Before Christmas is released.[23]

NovemberEdit

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Films releasedEdit

Television series debutsEdit

Date Title Channel Year
February 28 Bonkers The Disney Channel, CBS, Syndication 1993–94
March 8 Beavis and Butt-Head MTV 1993–97; 2011
June 23 Family Dog CBS 1993
September 1 The Bots Master Syndication 1993–94
September 5 2 Stupid Dogs TBS, Syndication 1993–95
Super Secret Secret Squirrel 1993
September 6 Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog Syndication 1993–96
September 11 Droopy, Master Detective Fox Kids 1993
SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron TBS 1993–95
The Pink Panther Syndication
September 12 Hurricanes 1993–97
Double Dragon 1993–94
Madeline The Family Channel
September 13 Animaniacs Fox Kids 1993–98
September 18 Biker Mice from Mars Syndication 1993–96
Exosquad 1993–94
Cro ABC
Sonic the Hedgehog
Tales from the Cryptkeeper 1993–99
Rocko's Modern Life Nickelodeon 1993–96
All-New Dennis the Menace CBS 1993
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs 1993–94
Marsupilami (1993) 1993
The New Adventures of Speed Racer Syndication
October 31 Problem Child USA Network 1993–94
November 26 The Moxy Show Cartoon Network 1993–00
December 5 Twinkle, the Dream Being Syndication 1993–94
December 21 VeggieTales DVD, TBN 1993–2015

Television series endingsEdit

Date Title Channel Year Notes
May 23 The Pirates of Dark Water ABC, Syndication 1991–93 Cancelled
June 25 The Legend of Prince Valiant The Family Channel
June 28 Stunt Dawgs Syndication 1992–93
June 29 Saban's Gulliver's Travels
July 28 Family Dog CBS 1993
November 6 The Addams Family (1992) ABC 1992–93
November 22 Conan the Adventurer (1992) Syndication
Mr. Bogus 1991–93
November 28 Super Secret Secret Squirrel TBS, Syndication 1993
December 4 Tom & Jerry Kids Fox Kids 1990–93
Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa ABC 1992–92
Droopy, Master Detective Fox Kids 1993
December 11 Marsupilami (1993) CBS 1993
All-New Dennis the Menace
Unknown Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire Fox Kids 1992–93

BirthsEdit

JanuaryEdit

  • January 1: Xavier Pritchett, American former child actor (voice of the title character in Little Bill).

MarchEdit

  • March 4: Zach Hadel, American voice actor, internet personality, animator, storyboard artist (SpongeBob SquarePants), background artist, art director, writer and director (co-creator and voice of Charlie, Glep and other various characters in Smiling Friends).

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See alsoEdit

SourcesEdit

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  3. ^ Marge vs. the Monorail at IMDb
  4. ^ Bonkers at IMDb
  5. ^ Beavis and Butt-Head at IMDb
  6. ^ Last Exit to Springfield at IMDb
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