We’ll never again view these animated characters in the same light. Today we’re going to discuss about animated programs, or what we affectionately refer to as cartoons, with unexpectedly sexual characters.
For this list, we’ll be focusing on children’s cartoons that also manage to have some quite attractive—and occasionally raunchy—ladies in them. We won’t be incorporating anime or any series with characters geared toward a much more mature audience.
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Archer, who stars in the FX series of the same name, is pretentious, haughty, and harsh, but he also has unmistakable style and a certain degree of charm when it comes to women. H. Jon Benjamin does his voice for him.
Ariel and Prince Eric
In Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Ariel manages to win over Prince Eric despite Ursula’s best efforts. Even though Jodi Benson can only talk for nearly half of the movie, she still sings several outstanding songs, such “Part of Your World.” Christopher Daniel Barnes provides the voice for the handsome prince.
Jasmine and Aladdin
One of the most attractive animated couples ever to appear on screen was born from the 1992 Disney blockbuster. Boys and girls have long been captivated by Princess Jasmine and Aladdin, with the Princess especially captivating with her belly-baring attire. Scott Weinger and Linda Larkin provide the couple’s voices.
Holli Would, played by Kim Basinger in the 1992 live-action/animated film Cool World, is a scene-stealing femme fatale.
Jem had it all in 1985, including good looks, talent, and cool hair. Samantha Newark provided the voice for Jerrica Benton’s alter ego, but Britta Phillips captured the pop singer’s singing voice.
Jessica Rabbit, unquestionably the sexiest cartoon character, elevated the concept of the trophy wife to a whole new level. Amy Irving was used as the buxom redhead in Robert Zemeckis’ 1988 dark comedy Who Framed Roger Rabbit, while Kathleen Turner provided her sultry voice for the role.
Kitty Softpaws, voiced by the incredibly attractive Salma Hayak, debuts in the Shrek film series and plays a crucial part in Puss in Boots, the franchise’s spinoff.
Leela, the resident it-girl on Futurama, manages to win Fry over with her charm and beauty despite the fact that she only has one eye. The heartbreaker with purple hair is voiced by Katey Sagal.
In the 1996 film Space Jam, Bugs Bunny and Lola Bunny had a fantastic time together. The Kath Soucie voiced tough-talking tomboy is as athletic as she is endearing in the movie.
Tink, who was based on Marilyn Monroe, has achieved fame on her own terms. The diminutive fairy shot to fame in Disney’s 1953 adaptation of Peter Pan, and her image may still be found on a variety of goods. Julia Roberts portrays Tinker Bell in Steven Spielberg’s 1991 rendition of Hook.
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