The Great International Toon-In was a set of six 14-hour cartoon marathons that were seen on six Turner entertainment networks around the world on Black Friday on November 26, 1993. The Toon-In was seen on TBS, TNT and Cartoon Network in the United States, TNT and Cartoon Network in Latin America, and TNT/Cartoon Network in Europe, reaching more 55 countries. It is the successor to the previous year's Great American Toon-In. The Great International Toon-In sponsored by Hasbro.
The U.S. marathons lasted from 3:00am to 5:00pm; TBS hosted the Bugs-a-Thon, TNT hosted Cartoon All-Stars, and Cartoon Network hosted Cartoons A to Z.
The Toon-In was notable for being the debut of the character of the first Cartoon Network original program, The Moxy Show, Moxy, the first live computer-generated cartoon character. Voiced by comedian Bobcat Goldthwait, Moxy was rendered in real time by a motion-capture process, and intermission bumpers featured him communicating with children from a TV set.
- ↑ "'The Borrowers' pull together and set up house on TNT". Los Angeles Times. November 21, 1993. http://articles.latimes.com/1993-11-21/news/tv-59139_1_borrowers-afield. Retrieved on July 25, 2017.
- ↑ "Cartoon Network Timeline: First Three Years". Cartoon Research. November 21, 2015. http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/cartoon-network-timeline-first-three-years/. Retrieved on July 25, 2017.