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    I remember a cartoon that featured a black boy and a white, fuzzy beast. I think it was 80s-ish, maybe it was a HB or Filmation production. Please Help!

    Verrrry sincerely,
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    Do you think you could give us a little more information about the cartoon itself? 'Cause that description is very vague.

    It kind of sounds like you might be thinking of Cartoon Network's The Secret Saturdays

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    ...however, the boy on that show, Zak Saturday, wasn't African-American; he was bi-racial (his father, Doc Saturday, was black, while his mother, Drew Saturday, was white) and the fuzzy creature in question, Fiskerton, wasn't white, but was rather a pale gray-brown. (The show's main villain, V.V. Argost, revealed himself to be a white yeti-like cryptid in the show's final season.)

    Also, TSS was definitely not an 80's show, it premiered in 2008, nor was it Hanna-Barbera or Filmation. Both studios had ceased to exist by the time of TSS' debut. The series was a CN original produced by PorchLight Entertainment. The series did sport a pulp comics-esque look reminiscent of 60's series such as Jonny Quest.

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