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Samurai Jack is an American animated television series created by animator Genndy Tartakovsky that aired on both Cartoon Network and Toonami from 2001 to 2004. It is noted for its highly detailed, outline-free, masking-based animation, as well as for its cinematic style and pacing. It was the first Cartoon Network original series aside from those who comprised the Cartoon Cartoons lineup at the time. It is shown on its sister network Boomerang.

The plots of individual episodes range from dark and epic to light-hearted and comic, but typically follow "Jack", a time-displaced samurai warrior, in his singular quest to find a method of traveling back in time. Many of the battle scenes in the series are reminiscent of samurai films, and since Jack's robotic enemies "bleed" oil or electricity and monsters and aliens bleed slime or goo, the series is able to exhibit the action of these films while avoiding censorship for violence.

Samurai Jack is no longer available to be viewed by American residents via the Toonami Jetstream website. Production on the show was halted in 2004, but it was never officially ended. In return, Tartakovsky has announced plans to direct a theatrical film, but whether or not it will resolve the series has yet to be announced.

The feature film was reported to be in pre-production as of 2009.


Samurai Jack was created by Genndy Tartakovsky for the Cartoon Network. As a follow-up to his successful series Dexter's Laboratory, Tartakovsky intended to create a series "that is cinematic in scope and that incorporates action, humor and intricate artistry". Samurai Jack began airing on August 10, 2001 and ran for four seasons.

Cartoon Network ordered fifty-two episodes of Samurai Jack, which were aired as four seasons as a prime time member of the Cartoon Cartoon block of programming. Despite its Emmy nominations and wins the show was taken off the air before the fourth season could complete its initial run. The unaired episodes were later shown as a Toonami special, on Toonami Jetstream (on Cartoon, and in re-runs. While airing, the series spawned a comic book and several video game tie-ins. The show made a reappearance on Cartoon Network's adult swim, based on results from a successful user poll, noted in bumps during programming on February 22, 2008. The first episode of the series was broadcast during the network's Toonami block on March 29, 2008, and continued airing the episodes in order each week until the programming block went completely off the air on September 20, 2008. Samurai Jack began airing in August 2009 on Boomerang at 11:00 P.M (in place of Justice League Unlimited) until June 2011 but returned in September of that same year.

There had been plans for a Samurai Jack feature film in 2002 with Walt Disney Pictures, but this project was cancelled after the lackluster performance of The Powerpuff Girls Movie. In an interview, Tartakovsky confirmed that "Jack will come back" and that "we will finish the story, and there will be an animated film." In 2007, the then newly formed production company Frederator Films announced in Variety that one of their first projects will be a feature film adaptation of Samurai Jack, written and directed by Genndy Tartakovsky. As of September 2009, the film was said to be in the writing stage of pre-production, co-produced by J. J. Abrams Klasky Csupo Productions alongside Fred Seibert of Frederator Films and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.

Plot See also: List of Samurai Jack episodesLong ago in a distant land, I, Aku, the shape-shifting Master of Darkness, unleashed an unspeakable evil! But a foolish Samurai warrior wielding a magic sword stepped forth to oppose me. Before the final blow was struck, I tore open a portal in time and flung him into the future, where my evil is law! Now the fool seeks to return to the past, and undo the future that is Aku! This quotation begins each episode of Samurai Jack, which tells the story of a young prince (Jack) from Feudal Japan whose father's empire was destroyed by the demon Aku. As a child, the prince escapes destruction and travels the world training his mind and his body for years until he reaches adulthood, becoming a legendary samurai. After taking his father's magic katana, he challenges Aku to a duel and defeats the demon. However, before the prince can deal the killing blow, Aku creates a time portal and sends his opponent into the distant future, anticipating that he would be able to amass sufficient power to deal with the Samurai later. The protagonist arrives in a dystopian, futuristic Earth ruled by Aku and filled with his robot minions and a large number of alien immigrant races of various appearances. The first people he encounters in the future call him "Jack" as a form of slang, which he adopts as his name (his true given name is never mentioned in the series).

Standard episodes follow Jack's search for a way to travel back to his own time, where he hopes to stop Aku before these events come to pass. The cartoon depicts Jack's quest to find a time portal, while constantly facing obstacles set by Aku in a classic battle of Good versus Evil. Typically each time Jack believes he has reached the end of his quest, something causes him to dramatically miss his chance. In one attempt Jack locates a stable portal to the past, but the guardian of the portal defeats him after a long but noticeably mismatched battle. The guardian is about to crush him when the portal starts to flicker and glow, apparently giving the guardian a message; the guardian has a giant pterodactyl take the unconscious Jack away. After Jack leaves, the guardian states that it is not yet time for him to return to the past, and an image of what is implied to be an older Jack is then seen in the portal; indicating that Jack is predestined to succeed, but it will take many years for him to do so.


Samurai Jack takes place in a world where science and technology have developed far beyond what is available our current time, and in some ways resembles magic on its own.However, despite scientific advances, the future is decidedly dystopian—for example, in one episode the mafia profits greatly from the sale of simple water. Aliens, bounty hunters, and robots are plentiful, and always ready for a fight. The leader of this world is Aku.

While the setting is distinctly futuristic and technological, several instances of mythology and supernatural events do occur. Mythologies, like Valhalla, and even supernatural forces, such as demonic enemies, make regular appearances, yet do not seem to stand out amongst the technologically advanced inhabitants. Aku himself is obviously supernatural, as is Jack's sword.

Stories take place in a variety of locations. Ranging from beautiful wilderness to futuristic or even dystopian cities, there is often a stark contrast made between the industrial world and the natural world. Regardless of the setting, the simple, minimalistic art style employed resembles ukiyo-e paintings.


Samurai Jack

Samurai Jack (voiced by Phil LaMarr) is the son of the Japanese Emperor who ruled the area where Aku originally appeared on Earth, and is banished to the future by Aku during their first battle, where he is left in every episode to search for a way home. He was born on the day that his father defeated Aku and he seems to be the only mortal (aside from his father) to be a match to Aku.

As a boy, after his father was captured by Aku, Jack traveled around the world to prepare both physically and mentally for his confrontation with Aku. He studied under various scholars, such as Egyptian thinkers, and mastered each art of combat from the cultures he met, training with African Zulu warriors, Viking sailors, Robin Hood, Mongolian warriors, Shaolin monks, Greek Olympic contestants, Spartans, Russian Cossacks, and several others. The only time Young Jack has spoken is in Episode XXXI.

Later, after being sent into the future, he is taught the ability to jump hundreds of feet into the air by a species of blue gorilla and a jungle man, thus allowing him to reach vast areas he previously could not reach while also giving the impression that he can fly. Jack's magic sword was forged by the gods Odin, Ra, and Rama through three mortal avatars. The sword was forged from the righteous energy within Jack's father; it is able to cut through all but the most magically-protected targets. On the other hand, it is unable to harm beings that are pure of heart, as seen in Episode XXX where Aku steals the sword and attempts to kill Jack with it, but fails even to cut him.

Jack strongly exhibits the characteristics of a stoic hero. He is unfailingly considerate and humble despite the completely alien nature of the futuristic world and never scoffs at or disparages the customs of the people he encounters (as unpleasant as they seem to him at times). Despite his almost hopeless situation, he does not bewail his destiny, instead exhibiting a strong amor fati. Jack consistently shows an uncommon moral strength of character by helping the poor and defenseless along the way, in one instance even helping talking dogs that worked for Aku, in another, releasing the souls of a family in a haunted mansion. Occasionally, he faces great physical pain, or has to forget his own goals in order to help someone in need.

His real name has never been revealed (however, his way of replying his name when asked may be a homage to Violence Jack who shares a similar response as well as name). In the second episode however, he began using the name Jack when three teenage aliens, after witnessing Jack survive a huge fall by jumping onto cars, referred to him as Jack while praising him when he landed - in this case, more of a generic term, à la "dude" or "guy." Later, when asked to identify himself, he replied "They call me Jack."


Aku (voiced by Mako) is Samurai Jack's arch nemesis. His name means "evil" in Japanese. He is similar to Akuma, the evil demon with burning eyes from Japanese mythology. He is an extremely powerful demon wizard whose primary ability is shape-shifting like the god of evil Amatsu-Mikaboshi, though he possesses many other powers. He requires no food, water, or air and is capable of interstellar travel. He also has the ability to spy on Jack and others from a large sphere he can summon at will in his tower. A significant aspect of the series is that Aku is immortal, and Jack's samurai sword is the only weapon capable of harming and finally defeating him; even the slightest physical contact with the sword's blade causes Aku severe pain, and wounds inflicted by it burn his body and cut away his power. Because of this threat, Aku does not like to fight Jack himself, and only doing so when Jack is incapacitated or without the sword. Aku much prefers to let his minions and bounty hunters do it for him. Aku is also vulnerable to varying degrees to other forms of magical or divine attacks such as the powers and artifacts of gods.

Aku constantly antagonizes Jack, often attacking him while he is weak, and other times defending himself from Jack's own gambits. The two seem doomed never to defeat each other, for though Jack has bested Aku on numerous occasions, Aku merely transforms into a small creature and escapes, usually calling out a taunt over his shoulder as he flees, a fact that he himself is aware of and even makes a reference to in one episode.

The episode "The Birth of Evil" reveals Aku's origin. Long ago in the vastness of space, a great formless evil appeared. Before the darkness could do harm to the universe, it was set upon by the kings of three religions: Odin, the one-eyed king of Asgard and the Norse Gods, Ra, the sun god and king of the Gods of Egypt and Rama, the seventh avatar of Vishnu, the supreme being in Hindu mythology. So fierce was their attack on the shadow, that it was completely destroyed, save for a small fragment that was flung aside in the heat of battle. For ages the fragment drifted through the cosmos and eventually fell to Earth, and caused the impact event that wiped out the dinosaurs when it landed. The land around its impact site eventually formed into the islands of Japan, where the evil fragment slowly grew like a forest and spread like poison over the course of eons, creating an ever-expanding mass of black spikes and toxic tar that devoured and poisoned any who entered. Eventually the forest grew so large that the Emperor of the land, decided to kill the evil at its source. Armed with a magic oil given to him by Buddhist monks, the Lord and his cavalry rode into the heart of the forest, the Lord himself the only one to survive. Once at the black lake at the forest's center, the Samurai Lord doused an arrow into the oil he was given, lit it with a green flame, and shot it into the lake. Instead of destroying the evil however, the magic arrow gave it both a will and consciousness, and the demon wizard Aku was born. Aku went on a rampage of destruction, burning and killing. He proved to be unstoppable, so with the help of the three gods, Jack's father forged a sword capable of harming him. With it, he was able to defeat Aku and turned the demon back into a black tree. This imprisonment was only temporary, as years later a solar eclipse releases Aku upon the world once more.

While he is usually presented as a serious and threatening foe, Aku is also a source of comedy due to his outrageous design and sometimes wise-guy behavior, supported by Mako's over-the-top voice acting. Aku's shifts in personality between serious and chaotic suggest that his mind changes form just as his body does.

Secondary characters

When Jack arrives in the future, he finds that Aku has conquered the world and rules the populace with an iron fist. Jack finds that there are still warriors in this age, and occasionally meets both those fighting for and those siding against the side of good. Samurai Jack's universe is populated by a diverse cast of characters who often appear for single episodes with only two notable exceptions.

  • The Scotsman
Like Jack himself, he is only known as the "Scotsman" (voiced by John DiMaggio) rather than a real name, and he is one of only two characters to appear in four episodes - "Jack and the Scotsman", "Jack and the Scotsman II", and "The Scotsman saves Jack" which consists of two consecutive episodes. In "Jack and the Scotsman", he first meets Jack and then makes fun of Jack by calling him various names and insults such as "a sissy in a nightgown." He even derides Jack's sword, calling it a butter knife, though Jack has impressed him by the end of the episode. In "Jack and the Scotsman II", the Scotsman enlists Jack to help him rescue his dainty, beautiful wife from a demon. The rescue is successful, but only because the Scotsman's wife turns out to be larger and more terrifying than the Scotsman himself, and stronger than Jack and the Scotsman combined. By time of the episode "The Scotsman Saves Jack", he has come to use the name 'Samurai Jack,' instead of 'friend' or 'stranger.' The Scotsman saves Jack when Jack loses his memory due to the Sirens, whose preference for the bagpipes means their songs have no effect on the Scotsman who is the only one immune to it, as he compares their singing to "someone stepping on a lot o' cats".
The Scotsman's notable features include his legs; one of them is normal, if disproportionately small, and the other is a fully functional machine gun, which he wields in combat along with several explosives contained in his kilt. He also carries a shield on his back, and uses a 6-foot-long (1.8 m) Scottish Claymore sword inscribed with Celtic runes making it unbreakable even against Jack's blade. He also has superhuman strength and endurance, evidenced when he could pick up and throw an entire tank with relative ease, headbutt a robot until it exploded, and get bitten by a pair of alligators without so much as flinching. This is apparently a genetic trait, as the other members of his family are just as powerful, possessed of the same disproportionately small legs, and, by admission of the Scotsman himself, are even rowdier than he is. The Scotsman is heavily featured in the two-part episode "The Scotsman Saves Jack". He counters the Siren's song with his bagpipe playing, thus giving Jack back his memory and saving The Scotsman from being crushed.
The Scotsman serves as a convenient foil for Jack, as they are nearly perfectly matched in fighting and survival skills, but very different in personality, manners, and sense of honor. While Jack is humble and polite, The Scotsman tends to be rude and brags about his skills. Yet he happily calls Jack "The greatest warrior on the planet aside from me." Whereas Jack has mastered many martial arts and skills, The Scotsman seems to rely almost entirely on his freakish strength, brawling using his Claymore, machine-gun leg and various grenades in his kilt.
  • The Emperor portrayed by Sab Shimono in "The Beginning", "Jack Remembers the Past" and "The Aku Infection" and Keone Young in "The Birth of Evil" is the Emperor of the land and Jack's father and the original wielder of Jack's sword. Like his son, the Emperor is brave, humble, and considerate as well as having a striking resemblance to his son except that the Emperor has a bigger nose.

Cultural references

Samurai Jack frequently features appearances from deities of varying pantheons and creatures of legend. In the episode "The Birth of Evil", Odin, Ra, and Rama are shown to join forces to battle the dark power that would one day spawn Aku. In another episode Jack shows he is familiar with the chronology of the Greek pantheon, such as the God Zeus and the Titan Chronos.

Samurai Jack occasionally borrows from ancient sources as well as current ones. In the episode "Jack and the Spartans", Jack fights alongside an army of three-hundred warriors who bear a likeness to Spartans, defending their home from an army of robots that would reconstruct themselves after each day's fight. The plot of this episode is based on the Battle of Thermopylae.

The show has referenced its creator's previous work as well. When Jack first meets the canine archaeologists, one of the dogs is "Big Dog" from 2 Stupid Dogs, a show on which Tartakovsky worked back in 1993.[13]

The premise of the entire series - a solitary man from the Orient wandering in a foreign world - is adapted directly from the early-70's television drama "Kung Fu", starring David Carradine as the Shaolin monk Kwai Chang Caine. While their individual adventures do not correspond to each other, the ongoing dynamic of solitary wanderer learning, sometimes through pain and sometimes bemusedly, his new surroundings, while simultaneously teaching his own sense of ethics to those he meets, is consistent. At the conclusion of season 2 of Kung Fu, Kwai Chang meets a burly, somewhat crazy Scotsman who is transporting his wife in a gigantic casket. In this case it turns out that the wife is a stone statue.

Samurai Jack symbol - Zintaris

Zintaris symbol looks like diamond with four lines inside a circle. It represents five basic positive human characteristics: Goodness, modesty, wisdom, skills and inner peace and is the symbol (or "ka-mon") of Jack's family. All the families of the nobility in Japan had their own individual ka-mon or mon. Genndy Tartakovsky, the creator of Samurai Jack, in an interview said that they did careful research to make sure that Jack's family's ka-mon would look authentic without copying any other ka-mon.


For Samurai Jack Tartakovsky was influenced by many different sources. The series overall was designed to look like a Japanese epic, with many individual episodes taking on their own styles. One episode could resemble a book by Dr. Seuss when the next could involve Jack fleeing from a Demonic Horde. Action in Samurai Jack borrows liberally from old martial arts and samurai films, and action films of the 1970s. Like 1963's Toei Animation studio release entitled The Little Prince and the Eight Headed Dragon (Originally Wanpaku Ouji no Orochi Taiji), it uses multiple angle and split screen shots to display action from multiple angles. The plot is frequently stopped to allow for the building of tension before combat or for the sake of humor; it is also not uncommon for episodes to be almost entirely free of dialogue which results in cinematic or stylized episodes.

Tartakovsky included a cameo of a Samurai with a young child in a baby carriage in the episode "Jack Remembers the Past". This character has a strong resemblance to Ogami Itto of Lone Wolf and Cub.

Tartakovsky has also acknowledged taking some of his thematic inspiration from Frank Miller's comic book series Ronin, including the premise of a master-less samurai warrior thrown into a dystopic future ahead of our present in order to battle a shape-shifting Demon. Similarly, the episode "Jack and the Spartans" was specifically inspired by Miller's 300, a graphic novel retelling of The Battle of Thermopylae.


The distinctive style of Samurai Jack is what drew Lucasfilm to recruit Tartakovsky for the Star Wars: Clone Wars animated series. Much of the signature cinematic style of Samurai Jack is present in Clone Wars, such as lightning-fast combat, extended sequences without dialogue, explosions, epic vistas, etc.

Samurai Jack also remains a popular subject with Cartoon Network animators and continues to show up in programs being broadcast today. The following are a few examples.

The Duck Dodgers episode "Samurai Quack" was dedicated to spoofing the various stylistic elements and plot devices of Samurai Jack, such as only ever killing robots and the progressive ripping of clothes leading up to the final battle of the episode. Tartakovsky himself also made a cameo in that episode. The role of Aku is played by Dodgers's Happy Cat alarm clock voiced by Mako.
In one episode of Dexter's Laboratory (another cartoon created by Tartakovsky), boy-genius Dexter frequently says "Samurai Jaction" rather than "action", e.g., "Aww, no more Samurai Jaction for you!" Also in the post-2001 episodes, a Samurai Jack action figure is sometimes visible on the shelf in Dexter's bedroom. Additionally, in one of the episodes Dexter is watching a TV show resembling Samurai Jack.

Reviewers of the 3D animated feature film Kung Fu Panda (DreamWorks Animation) have noted that the stylized 2D opening sequence is either inspired by or a homage to Samurai Jack.

The show was ranked at #43 by IGN for its Top 100 Animated Series list.

Media information

In video games, Samurai Jack: The Amulet of Time for the Game Boy Advance was in 2002 and Samurai Jack: The Shadow of Aku for the GameCube and PlayStation 2 was released in 2004. Also, Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall features Samurai Jack, the Scotsman, and Demongo (voiced by Phil LaMarr, John DiMaggio and Kevin Michael Richardson respectively) as non-playable characters who will give missions to players while Aku (voiced by Greg Baldwin due to Mako's passing in 2006) is in the game as a Nano. On a Cartoon Network game Project Exonaut Samurai Jack is a playable character only for the Banzai Squadron. Jack (voiced by Keith Ferguson instead of Phil LaMarr for unknown reasons) and the Scotsman are also playable characters, Aku is an assist, boss, and Playable character in the brawler Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion released on June 2, 2011 in North America for Nintendo 3DS, Wii, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.

Like many other previous Cartoon Network shows, Samurai Jack DVDs were released by Warner Home Video between 2003 and 2007. The DVDs include episode numbers in Roman numerals as they appear at the end of each episode but remain untitled.


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  3. Samurai Jack/2 Stupid Dogs
  4. Samurai Jack/3-2-1 Penguins!
  5. Samurai Jack/6Teen
  6. Samurai Jack/10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
  7. Samurai Jack/17 Again (2009)
  8. Samurai Jack/20th Century Fox
  9. Samurai Jack/27 Dresses (2008)
  10. Samurai Jack/64 Zoo Lane
  11. Samurai Jack/101 Dalmatians
  12. Samurai Jack/102 Dalmatians
  13. Samurai Jack/10,000 BC (2008)
  14. Samurai Jack/90210
  15. Samurai Jack/A Bug's Life
  16. Samurai Jack/A Christmas Carol
  17. Samurai Jack/A Girl Like Her (2015)
  18. Samurai Jack/A Prayer for the Dying (1987)
  19. Samurai Jack/A Troll in Central Park
  20. Samurai Jack/A.N.T. Farm
  21. Samurai Jack/Aaahh!!! Real Monsters
  22. Samurai Jack/Act of Valor (2012)
  23. Samurai Jack/Adventure Time
  24. Samurai Jack/Adventures of the Little Koala
  25. Samurai Jack/Africa Texas Style (1967)
  26. Samurai Jack/Air Bud
  27. Samurai Jack/Akira
  28. Samurai Jack/Aladdin
  29. Samurai Jack/Alexander & The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014)
  30. Samurai Jack/ALF
  31. Samurai Jack/Alice in Wonderland
  32. Samurai Jack/All Dogs Go to Heaven
  33. Samurai Jack/All Dogs Go to Heaven 2
  34. Samurai Jack/All That
  35. Samurai Jack/All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)
  36. Samurai Jack/Allegra’s Window
  37. Samurai Jack/Almost Heroes
  38. Samurai Jack/Alpha and Omega
  39. Samurai Jack/Alphablocks
  40. Samurai Jack/Alvin and the Chipmunks
  41. Samurai Jack/American Dad
  42. Samurai Jack/American Mary (2012)
  43. Samurai Jack/American Pie (1999)
  44. Samurai Jack/American Teen (2008)
  45. Samurai Jack/An American Tail
  46. Samurai Jack/An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
  47. Samurai Jack/Angela's Ashes (1999)
  48. Samurai Jack/Angela Anaconda
  49. Samurai Jack/Angelina Ballerina
  50. Samurai Jack/Angry Birds
  51. Samurai Jack/Angry German Kid
  52. Samurai Jack/Angry Grandpa
  53. Samurai Jack/Animal Crossing
  54. Samurai Jack/Animal House (1978)
  55. Samurai Jack/Animal Treasure Island (1971)
  56. Samurai Jack/Animalia
  57. Samurai Jack/Animaniacs
  58. Samurai Jack/Anime
  59. Samurai Jack/Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series
  60. Samurai Jack/Annie (1982)
  61. Samurai Jack/Annie (2014)
  62. Samurai Jack/Aqua Teen Hunger Force
  63. Samurai Jack/Archer
  64. Samurai Jack/Around the World with Willy Fog
  65. Samurai Jack/Arthur
  66. Samurai Jack/As Told by Ginger
  67. Samurai Jack/Astro Boy
  68. Samurai Jack/Astroblast
  69. Samurai Jack/Atomic Betty
  70. Samurai Jack/Attack on Titan
  71. Samurai Jack/Austin Powers
  72. Samurai Jack/Avenue Q
  73. Samurai Jack/Azumanga Daioh
  74. Samurai Jack/Babel (2006)
  75. Samurai Jack/Babe
  76. Samurai Jack/Baby's Day Out
  77. Samurai Jack/Baby Einstein
  78. Samurai Jack/Back at the Barnyard
  79. Samurai Jack/Back to the Beach (1987)
  80. Samurai Jack/Back to the Future
  81. Samurai Jack/Bad Reputation (2005)
  82. Samurai Jack/Balto (1995)
  83. Samurai Jack/Bambi
  84. Samurai Jack/Bamboo Blade
  85. Samurai Jack/Bananaman
  86. Samurai Jack/Bananas in Pyjamas
  87. Samurai Jack/Bannertail: The Story of Gray Squirrel
  88. Samurai Jack/Barbapapa
  89. Samurai Jack/Barney
  90. Samurai Jack/Barnyard (2006)
  91. Samurai Jack/Batman
  92. Samurai Jack/Batteries Not Included (1987)
  93. Samurai Jack/Battleship (2012)
  94. Samurai Jack/BBC
  95. Samurai Jack/BBC Children's Sensational Summer Fun
  96. Samurai Jack/Bear in the Big Blue House
  97. Samurai Jack/Beauty and the Beast
  98. Samurai Jack/Beavis and Butt-Head
  99. Samurai Jack/Bedknobs and Broomsticks
  100. Samurai Jack/Bee and Puppycat
  101. Samurai Jack/Bee Movie
  102. Samurai Jack/Beetlejuice (1988)
  103. Samurai Jack/Beetlejuice (Cartoon)
  104. Samurai Jack/Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
  105. Samurai Jack/Ben-Hur (1959)
  106. Samurai Jack/Bendy and the Ink Machine
  107. Samurai Jack/Bertha
  108. Samurai Jack/Best Friends Whenever
  109. Samurai Jack/Big Bag
  110. Samurai Jack/Big Hero 6 (2014)
  111. Samurai Jack/Bingo (1991)
  112. Samurai Jack/Birdman (2014)
  113. Samurai Jack/Blaze and the Monster Machines
  114. Samurai Jack/Blinky Bill
  115. Samurai Jack/Blue's Clues
  116. Samurai Jack/Bob's Burgers
  117. Samurai Jack/Bobby's World
  118. Samurai Jack/Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
  119. Samurai Jack/Boj
  120. Samurai Jack/Bolt
  121. Samurai Jack/Bonobono
  122. Samurai Jack/Borderlands
  123. Samurai Jack/Boss Baby (2017)
  124. Samurai Jack/Boy Meets World
  125. Samurai Jack/Braceface
  126. Samurai Jack/Brandy & Mr. Whiskers
  127. Samurai Jack/Brave
  128. Samurai Jack/Brave New Girl (2004)
  129. Samurai Jack/Bravest Warriors
  130. Samurai Jack/Bubble Bobble
  131. Samurai Jack/Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  132. Samurai Jack/Bunnicula
  133. Samurai Jack/C.H.O.M.P.S. (1979)
  134. Samurai Jack/Cabela's African Adventures
  135. Samurai Jack/Cabela's Dangerous Hunts
  136. Samurai Jack/Caillou
  137. Samurai Jack/Caitlin's Way
  138. Samurai Jack/Californication
  139. Samurai Jack/Calimero
  140. Samurai Jack/Calvin and Hobbes
  141. Samurai Jack/Camp Lazlo
  142. Samurai Jack/Canimals
  143. Samurai Jack/Captain Carlos
  144. Samurai Jack/Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons
  145. Samurai Jack/Captain Underpants
  146. Samurai Jack/Carrie (1976)
  147. Samurai Jack/Carrie (2002)
  148. Samurai Jack/Carrie (2013)
  149. Samurai Jack/Cars
  150. Samurai Jack/Casablanca (1942)
  151. Samurai Jack/Casper
  152. Samurai Jack/Casper (1995)
  153. Samurai Jack/CatDog
  154. Samurai Jack/Cats Don't Dance
  155. Samurai Jack/Catscratch
  156. Samurai Jack/Cave Story
  157. Samurai Jack/ChalkZone
  158. Samurai Jack/Charlie Chalk
  159. Samurai Jack/Charlie's Angels
  160. Samurai Jack/Charlotte's Web
  161. Samurai Jack/Cheaper by the Dozen (2003)
  162. Samurai Jack/Cherry Falls (2000)
  163. Samurai Jack/Chibi Maruko-chan
  164. Samurai Jack/Children of the Corn (1984)
  165. Samurai Jack/Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers
  166. Samurai Jack/Chowder
  167. Samurai Jack/Chuck E. Cheese's
  168. Samurai Jack/Chucklewood Critters
  169. Samurai Jack/Cinderella
  170. Samurai Jack/Clarence
  171. Samurai Jack/Clarissa Explains It All
  172. Samurai Jack/Clash of the Titans
  173. Samurai Jack/Clifford the Big Red Dog
  174. Samurai Jack/Clifford's Puppy Days
  175. Samurai Jack/Clifford's Really Big Movie
  176. Samurai Jack/Clip (AMC Theatres Mascot)
  177. Samurai Jack/Clone High
  178. Samurai Jack/Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009)
  179. Samurai Jack/Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2013)
  180. Samurai Jack/Clue (1985)
  181. Samurai Jack/Clueless (1995)
  182. Samurai Jack/Coco (2017)
  183. Samurai Jack/Codename: Kids Next Door
  184. Samurai Jack/Computer Critters
  185. Samurai Jack/Congo (1995)
  186. Samurai Jack/Conker's Bad Fur Day
  187. Samurai Jack/Cory in the House
  188. Samurai Jack/Count Duckula
  189. Samurai Jack/Courage the Cowardly Dog
  190. Samurai Jack/Cow and Chicken
  191. Samurai Jack/Crayon Shin-chan
  192. Samurai Jack/Critters (1986)
  193. Samurai Jack/Cry Wolf (2005)
  194. Samurai Jack/Cubix: Robots for Everyone
  195. Samurai Jack/Cyberbully (2011)
  196. Samurai Jack/Cyberchase
  197. Samurai Jack/Cyborg 009
  198. Samurai Jack/Cyborg Kuro-chan
  199. Samurai Jack/Damn Yankees! (1958)
  200. Samurai Jack/Dance Moms
  201. Samurai Jack/Danger Mouse
  202. Samurai Jack/Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
  203. Samurai Jack/Danny Phantom
  204. Samurai Jack/Daria
  205. Samurai Jack/Dark Ride (2006)
  206. Samurai Jack/Dark Shadows
  207. Samurai Jack/Darkwing Duck
  208. Samurai Jack/DC
  209. Samurai Jack/Dead Silence (2007)
  210. Samurai Jack/Dead Tone (2007)
  211. Samurai Jack/Deadpool (2016)
  212. Samurai Jack/Dennis the Menace
  213. Samurai Jack/Despicable Me (2010)
  214. Samurai Jack/Despicable Me 2 (2013)
  215. Samurai Jack/Despicable Me 3 (2017)
  216. Samurai Jack/Detective Conan
  217. Samurai Jack/Detention
  218. Samurai Jack/Devilman
  219. Samurai Jack/Dexter's Laboratory
  220. Samurai Jack/Die Sendung mit der Maus
  221. Samurai Jack/Digimon
  222. Samurai Jack/Digimon Adventures
  223. Samurai Jack/Dinner at Eight (1933)
  224. Samurai Jack/Dino Babies
  225. Samurai Jack/Dinosaur
  226. Samurai Jack/Dinosaur Train
  227. Samurai Jack/Disney
  228. Samurai Jack/Doc McStuffins
  229. Samurai Jack/Doctor Dolittle (1967)
  230. Samurai Jack/Doctor Snuggles
  231. Samurai Jack/Doctor Who
  232. Samurai Jack/Doctor Zhivago (1965)
  233. Samurai Jack/DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story (2004)
  234. Samurai Jack/Dog with a Blog
  235. Samurai Jack/Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds
  236. Samurai Jack/Dolphin Tale (2011)
  237. Samurai Jack/Dolphin Tale 2 (2014)
  238. Samurai Jack/Dora the Explorer
  239. Samurai Jack/Doraemon
  240. Samurai Jack/Dot and the Kangaroo
  241. Samurai Jack/Doug
  242. Samurai Jack/Dr. Dolittle (1998)
  243. Samurai Jack/Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001)
  244. Samurai Jack/Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts (2009)
  245. Samurai Jack/Dr. Seuss
  246. Samurai Jack/Dragon Ball
  247. Samurai Jack/Dragon Tales
  248. Samurai Jack/Drake & Josh
  249. Samurai Jack/DreamWorks
  250. Samurai Jack/DuckTales
  251. Samurai Jack/Dumbo
  252. Samurai Jack/E.T.
  253. Samurai Jack/Earth to Echo (2014)
  254. Samurai Jack/Easter Parade (1948)
  255. Samurai Jack/Ed, Edd, n Eddy
  256. Samurai Jack/Elf
  257. Samurai Jack/Enchanted Journey (1981)
  258. Samurai Jack/Epic (2013)
  259. Samurai Jack/Equestria Girls
  260. Samurai Jack/Eureeka's Castle
  261. Samurai Jack/Even Stevens
  262. Samurai Jack/Family Guy
  263. Samurai Jack/Fanboy & Chum Chum
  264. Samurai Jack/Fantastic Four (2005)
  265. Samurai Jack/Fargo (1996)
  266. Samurai Jack/Fat Albert (2004)
  267. Samurai Jack/Felix the Cat
  268. Samurai Jack/Ferdinand (2017)
  269. Samurai Jack/Fiddler on the Roof (1971)
  270. Samurai Jack/Fillmore!
  271. Samurai Jack/Final Fantasy
  272. Samurai Jack/Finding Dory
  273. Samurai Jack/Finding Kind (2011)
  274. Samurai Jack/Finding Nemo
  275. Samurai Jack/Finian's Rainbow (1968)
  276. Samurai Jack/Fireman Sam
  277. Samurai Jack/Five Nights at Freddy's
  278. Samurai Jack/Flapjack
  279. Samurai Jack/Foofur
  280. Samurai Jack/Forest Friends
  281. Samurai Jack/Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
  282. Samurai Jack/Fraggle Rock
  283. Samurai Jack/Franklin
  284. Samurai Jack/Freaky Friday (1976)
  285. Samurai Jack/Freaky Friday (2003)
  286. Samurai Jack/Freedom Planet
  287. Samurai Jack/Freedom Planet 2
  288. Samurai Jack/Friends
  289. Samurai Jack/Friends (1971)
  290. Samurai Jack/From Justin to Kelly (2003)
  291. Samurai Jack/Front Row Joe (Cinemark Policy Trailers)
  292. Samurai Jack/Frozen (2013)
  293. Samurai Jack/Fullmetal Alchemist
  294. Samurai Jack/Fun and Fancy Free
  295. Samurai Jack/Fun Size (2012)
  296. Samurai Jack/Futurama
  297. Samurai Jack/Gamba no Bōken
  298. Samurai Jack/Gangster Squad (2013)
  299. Samurai Jack/Garfield
  300. Samurai Jack/GeGeGe no Kitaro
  301. Samurai Jack/Generator Rex
  302. Samurai Jack/Get Over It (2001)
  303. Samurai Jack/Get a Clue (2002)
  304. Samurai Jack/Ghost (1990)
  305. Samurai Jack/Ghost Sweeper Mikami
  306. Samurai Jack/Ghostbusters
  307. Samurai Jack/Gilmore Girls
  308. Samurai Jack/Go!Animate
  309. Samurai Jack/GoGoRiki
  310. Samurai Jack/Going Ape! (1981)
  311. Samurai Jack/Gone with the Wind (1939)
  312. Samurai Jack/Good Burger
  313. Samurai Jack/Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)
  314. Samurai Jack/Goosebumps
  315. Samurai Jack/Goosebumps (2015)
  316. Samurai Jack/Gossip Girl
  317. Samurai Jack/Gothic (1986)
  318. Samurai Jack/Gran
  319. Samurai Jack/Gravity Falls
  320. Samurai Jack/Gregory Horror Show
  321. Samurai Jack/Gremlins
  322. Samurai Jack/Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)
  323. Samurai Jack/Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics
  324. Samurai Jack/Growing Up Creepie
  325. Samurai Jack/Grown Ups (2010)
  326. Samurai Jack/Grown Ups 2 (2013)
  327. Samurai Jack/Gullah Gullah Island
  328. Samurai Jack/Gundam
  329. Samurai Jack/Gung Ho (1986)
  330. Samurai Jack/Hairspray (1988)
  331. Samurai Jack/Hairspray (2007)
  332. Samurai Jack/Half-Life
  333. Samurai Jack/Halloween (1978)
  334. Samurai Jack/Hamilton
  335. Samurai Jack/Hamtaro
  336. Samurai Jack/Hanna-Barbera
  337. Samurai Jack/Happy Monster Band
  338. Samurai Jack/Happy Tree Friends
  339. Samurai Jack/Hard Rock Roxtars
  340. Samurai Jack/Harold and the Purple Crayon
  341. Samurai Jack/Harry and the Hendersons (1987)
  342. Samurai Jack/Harry Potter
  343. Samurai Jack/Harvey Beaks
  344. Samurai Jack/Heartbeeps (1981)
  345. Samurai Jack/Heathcliff
  346. Samurai Jack/Heathers (1988)
  347. Samurai Jack/Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater
  348. Samurai Jack/Henry Hugglemonster
  349. Samurai Jack/Hercules
  350. Samurai Jack/Hey Arnold
  351. Samurai Jack/Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
  352. Samurai Jack/High School DxD
  353. Samurai Jack/High Tension (2003)
  354. Samurai Jack/Higglytown Heroes
  355. Samurai Jack/Hillsong: Let Hope Rise
  356. Samurai Jack/Hollywood Dog (1990)
  357. Samurai Jack/Home (2015)
  358. Samurai Jack/Home Alone
  359. Samurai Jack/Home Movies
  360. Samurai Jack/Hope and Glory (1987)
  361. Samurai Jack/Horrible Bosses 2 (2014)
  362. Samurai Jack/Hotel Transylvania
  363. Samurai Jack/House of Mouse
  364. Samurai Jack/How To Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)
  365. Samurai Jack/Hustle Punch
  366. Samurai Jack/I Am Weasel
  367. Samurai Jack/I've Been Waiting for You (1998)
  368. Samurai Jack/iCarly
  369. Samurai Jack/Ice Age
  370. Samurai Jack/Idle Hands (1999)
  371. Samurai Jack/Igano Kabamaru
  372. Samurai Jack/Igor
  373. Samurai Jack/Imagination Movers
  374. Samurai Jack/In The Heart Of The Sea
  375. Samurai Jack/Indiana Jones
  376. Samurai Jack/Infinity Train
  377. Samurai Jack/Initial D
  378. Samurai Jack/Inside Out (2015)
  379. Samurai Jack/Inspector Gadget
  380. Samurai Jack/Into the Woods (film)
  381. Samurai Jack/Invisible Sister (2015)
  382. Samurai Jack/It's a Boy Girl Thing (2006)
  383. Samurai Jack/Ivy the Kiwi?
  384. Samurai Jack/Jack and the Pack
  385. Samurai Jack/Jackie Chan Adventures
  386. Samurai Jack/Jake and the Never Land Pirates
  387. Samurai Jack/James and the Giant Peach
  388. Samurai Jack/Jariel Powell-Outlaw
  389. Samurai Jack/Jay Jay the Jet Plane
  390. Samurai Jack/Jersey Girl (2004)
  391. Samurai Jack/Jimmy Neutron
  392. Samurai Jack/Jingaroo
  393. Samurai Jack/John Tucker Must Die (2006)
  394. Samurai Jack/Johnny Bravo
  395. Samurai Jack/JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  396. Samurai Jack/Jojo's Circus
  397. Samurai Jack/Joshua Jones
  398. Samurai Jack/Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
  399. Samurai Jack/Journey to the Center of the Earth
  400. Samurai Jack/Judge Judy
  401. Samurai Jack/Jump Start
  402. Samurai Jack/Jungle Junction
  403. Samurai Jack/Junie B. Jones
  404. Samurai Jack/Jurassic Park
  405. Samurai Jack/Jurassic World (2015)
  406. Samurai Jack/Kablam!
  407. Samurai Jack/Kamen Rider
  408. Samurai Jack/Kenan and Kel
  409. Samurai Jack/Kenny the Shark
  410. Samurai Jack/Kidsongs
  411. Samurai Jack/Kiki's Delivery Service
  412. Samurai Jack/Kill Bill
  413. Samurai Jack/Killer Klowns from Outer Space
  414. Samurai Jack/Kimba the White Lion
  415. Samurai Jack/Kindergarten Cop (1990)
  416. Samurai Jack/King of Kings (1961)
  417. Samurai Jack/King of the Hill
  418. Samurai Jack/Kingmsan: The Secret Service
  419. Samurai Jack/Kipper the Dog
  420. Samurai Jack/Kirby
  421. Samurai Jack/Kissyfur
  422. Samurai Jack/Koki
  423. Samurai Jack/Kratts' Creatures
  424. Samurai Jack/Kung Fu Panda
  425. Samurai Jack/Kung Fury (2015)
  426. Samurai Jack/Kyoro-chan
  427. Samurai Jack/Labyrinth (1986)
  428. Samurai Jack/Lady and the Tramp
  429. Samurai Jack/Lady in White (1988)
  430. Samurai Jack/LazyTown
  431. Samurai Jack/Legend of Korra
  432. Samurai Jack/Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return
  433. Samurai Jack/Lego Island
  434. Samurai Jack/Let Me In (2010)
  435. Samurai Jack/Let the Right One In (2008)
  436. Samurai Jack/Life with Derek
  437. Samurai Jack/Little Bear
  438. Samurai Jack/Little Bill
  439. Samurai Jack/Little Charmers
  440. Samurai Jack/Little Clowns of Happytown
  441. Samurai Jack/Little Critter
  442. Samurai Jack/Little Einsteins
  443. Samurai Jack/Little Golden Book Land
  444. Samurai Jack/Little Monsters (1989)
  445. Samurai Jack/Little People
  446. Samurai Jack/Little Polar Bear
  447. Samurai Jack/Little Rosey
  448. Samurai Jack/Little Shop of Horrors
  449. Samurai Jack/Littlest Pet Shop
  450. Samurai Jack/Liv and Maddie
  451. Samurai Jack/Lloyd in Space
  452. Samurai Jack/LocoRoco
  453. Samurai Jack/Logan (2017)
  454. Samurai Jack/Loonatics Unleashed
  455. Samurai Jack/Looney Tunes
  456. Samurai Jack/Love Live!
  457. Samurai Jack/Lupin III
  458. Samurai Jack/M&M’s
  459. Samurai Jack/Maburaho
  460. Samurai Jack/Madagascar
  461. Samurai Jack/Magic (1978)
  462. Samurai Jack/Major
  463. Samurai Jack/Malibu's Most Wanted (2003)
  464. Samurai Jack/Mama Mirabelle's Home Movies
  465. Samurai Jack/Manhunter (1986)
  466. Samurai Jack/Maple Town
  467. Samurai Jack/Mappy
  468. Samurai Jack/Mario
  469. Samurai Jack/Mars Attacks! (1996)
  470. Samurai Jack/Marvel
  471. Samurai Jack/Mary Poppins
  472. Samurai Jack/Mater's Tall Tales
  473. Samurai Jack/Matilda
  474. Samurai Jack/Maya & Miguel
  475. Samurai Jack/Maya the Bee
  476. Samurai Jack/Mean Girls (2004)
  477. Samurai Jack/Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)
  478. Samurai Jack/Meet the Feebles (1989)
  479. Samurai Jack/Mega Man X
  480. Samurai Jack/Megas XLR
  481. Samurai Jack/Metal Gear Solid
  482. Samurai Jack/Mickey Mouse
  483. Samurai Jack/Midnight Horror School
  484. Samurai Jack/Miffy
  485. Samurai Jack/Mighty Magiswords
  486. Samurai Jack/Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers
  487. Samurai Jack/Milo Murphy's Law
  488. Samurai Jack/Mike, Lu & Og
  489. Samurai Jack/Minions (2015)
  490. Samurai Jack/Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (2016)
  491. Samurai Jack/Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
  492. Samurai Jack/Mixels
  493. Samurai Jack/Moana (2016)
  494. Samurai Jack/Monarch: The Big Bear of Tallac
  495. Samurai Jack/Monchhichis
  496. Samurai Jack/Monkeybone
  497. Samurai Jack/Monster House
  498. Samurai Jack/Monsters University
  499. Samurai Jack/Monsters, Inc.
  500. Samurai Jack/Monsuno
  501. Samurai Jack/Moomin
  502. Samurai Jack/Mōretsu Atarō
  503. Samurai Jack/Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend?
  504. Samurai Jack/Mr. Bean
  505. Samurai Jack/Mr. Men
  506. Samurai Jack/Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014)
  507. Samurai Jack/Muffin the Mule
  508. Samurai Jack/Mulan
  509. Samurai Jack/Mumfie
  510. Samurai Jack/Muppet Babies
  511. Samurai Jack/Muppets
  512. Samurai Jack/Musti
  513. Samurai Jack/My Dad the Rock Star
  514. Samurai Jack/My Fair Lady (1964)
  515. Samurai Jack/My Gym Partner's a Monkey
  516. Samurai Jack/My Little Eye (2002)
  517. Samurai Jack/My Little Pony
  518. Samurai Jack/My So-Called Life
  519. Samurai Jack/My Soul to Take (2010)
  520. Samurai Jack/Nacho Libre (2006)
  521. Samurai Jack/Nanalan'
  522. Samurai Jack/Nancy Drew
  523. Samurai Jack/Nanny McPhee
  524. Samurai Jack/Naruto
  525. Samurai Jack/Naughty Naughty Pets
  526. Samurai Jack/Neopets
  527. Samurai Jack/Nice Dreams (1981)
  528. Samurai Jack/Nickelodeon (1976)
  529. Samurai Jack/Night at the Museum
  530. Samurai Jack/Noozles
  531. Samurai Jack/Norm of the North (2016)
  532. Samurai Jack/Numberjacks
  533. Samurai Jack/NYC Prep
  534. Samurai Jack/Oklahoma! (1955)
  535. Samurai Jack/Oliver and Company
  536. Samurai Jack/Once Upon a Time
  537. Samurai Jack/OneShot
  538. Samurai Jack/One Punch Man
  539. Samurai Jack/One Tree Hill
  540. Samurai Jack/Open Season
  541. Samurai Jack/Opportunity Knocks (1990)
  542. Samurai Jack/Osomatsu-kun
  543. Samurai Jack/Osomatsu-san
  544. Samurai Jack/Oswald
  545. Samurai Jack/Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
  546. Samurai Jack/Out of the Box
  547. Samurai Jack/Over the Hedge
  548. Samurai Jack/Ovide and the Gang
  549. Samurai Jack/Oz: The Great and Powerful
  550. Samurai Jack/Pac-Man
  551. Samurai Jack/Paddington Bear
  552. Samurai Jack/Pajanimals
  553. Samurai Jack/Pan (2015)
  554. Samurai Jack/Parappa the Rapper
  555. Samurai Jack/PAW Patrol
  556. Samurai Jack/PB&J Otter
  557. Samurai Jack/PBS Kids
  558. Samurai Jack/Peanuts
  559. Samurai Jack/Pecola
  560. Samurai Jack/Pee-Wee's Playhouse
  561. Samurai Jack/Peep and the Big Wide World
  562. Samurai Jack/Peg + Cat
  563. Samurai Jack/Penguins of Madagascar (2014)
  564. Samurai Jack/Pepper Ann
  565. Samurai Jack/Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
  566. Samurai Jack/Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief
  567. Samurai Jack/Peter Pan
  568. Samurai Jack/Phineas and Ferb
  569. Samurai Jack/Pillow Talk (1959)
  570. Samurai Jack/Pingu
  571. Samurai Jack/Pinocchio
  572. Samurai Jack/Pitch Perfect 2 (2015)
  573. Samurai Jack/PJ Masks
  574. Samurai Jack/Planes
  575. Samurai Jack/Pocahontas
  576. Samurai Jack/Pocoyo
  577. Samurai Jack/Pokemon
  578. Samurai Jack/Poltergeist (1982)
  579. Samurai Jack/Poltergeist (2015)
  580. Samurai Jack/Polterguests
  581. Samurai Jack/Pokonyan!
  582. Samurai Jack/Popples
  583. Samurai Jack/Pororo the Little Penguin
  584. Samurai Jack/Postman Pat
  585. Samurai Jack/Pound Puppies (1986)
  586. Samurai Jack/Pretty Little Liars
  587. Samurai Jack/Privileged
  588. Samurai Jack/Problem Child (1990)
  589. Samurai Jack/Problem Child 2 (1991)
  590. Samurai Jack/Problem Solverz
  591. Samurai Jack/Project Almanac (2015)
  592. Samurai Jack/Project X (1987)
  593. Samurai Jack/Prom Night (2008)
  594. Samurai Jack/Puss 'n Boots Travels Around the World (1976)
  595. Samurai Jack/Pysch
  596. Samurai Jack/Quest for Camelot
  597. Samurai Jack/Quicksilver (1986)
  598. Samurai Jack/Rad (1986)
  599. Samurai Jack/Rainbow (1996)
  600. Samurai Jack/Random! Cartoons
  601. Samurai Jack/Ranma 1/2
  602. Samurai Jack/Rat Race (2001)
  603. Samurai Jack/Ratatouille
  604. Samurai Jack/Rayman
  605. Samurai Jack/Real World Muppets
  606. Samurai Jack/Recess
  607. Samurai Jack/Regular Show
  608. Samurai Jack/Ren and Stimpy
  609. Samurai Jack/Richie Rich
  610. Samurai Jack/Rick and Morty
  611. Samurai Jack/Ringing Bell
  612. Samurai Jack/Rio 3 (2017)
  613. Samurai Jack/Rip Girls (2000)
  614. Samurai Jack/Rise of the Guardians (2012)
  615. Samurai Jack/Roary the Racing Car
  616. Samurai Jack/Robin Hood
  617. Samurai Jack/Robot Chicken
  618. Samurai Jack/Robots
  619. Samurai Jack/Rock-A-Doodle
  620. Samurai Jack/Rock of Ages (2012)
  621. Samurai Jack/Rocky and Bullwinkle
  622. Samurai Jack/Rolie Polie Olie
  623. Samurai Jack/Ruby Gloom
  624. Samurai Jack/Rude Dog and the Dweebs
  625. Samurai Jack/Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
  626. Samurai Jack/Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave
  627. Samurai Jack/Rugrats
  628. Samurai Jack/RWBY
  629. Samurai Jack/Sabrina The Animated Series
  630. Samurai Jack/Sabrina, the Teenage Witch
  631. Samurai Jack/Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat
  632. Samurai Jack/Sailor Moon
  633. Samurai Jack/Sailor Moon Crystal
  634. Samurai Jack/Salute Your Shorts
  635. Samurai Jack/Samurai Champloo
  636. Samurai Jack/Samurai Pizza Cats
  637. Samurai Jack/Sanjay and Craig
  638. Samurai Jack/Saturday Night Live
  639. Samurai Jack/Sausage Party (2016)
  640. Samurai Jack/School Days
  641. Samurai Jack/School for Vampires
  642. Samurai Jack/School Rumble
  643. Samurai Jack/Schoolhouse Rock
  644. Samurai Jack/Scooby-Doo
  645. Samurai Jack/Scream Queens
  646. Samurai Jack/Scrooged (1988)
  647. Samurai Jack/SD Gundam
  648. Samurai Jack/Seabert
  649. Samurai Jack/Secret Squirrel
  650. Samurai Jack/Sesame Street
  651. Samurai Jack/Shake It Up
  652. Samurai Jack/Shark Tale
  653. Samurai Jack/Sheep in the Big City
  654. Samurai Jack/Sherlock Hound
  655. Samurai Jack/Shining Time Station
  656. Samurai Jack/Shirt Tales
  657. Samurai Jack/Short Circuit (1986)
  658. Samurai Jack/Short Circuit 2 (1988)
  659. Samurai Jack/Show Boat (1951)
  660. Samurai Jack/ShowBiz Pizza Place
  661. Samurai Jack/Shrek
  662. Samurai Jack/Sid the Science Kid
  663. Samurai Jack/Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)
  664. Samurai Jack/Sing (2016)
  665. Samurai Jack/Singin' in the Rain (1952)
  666. Samurai Jack/Sleepaway Camp (1983)
  667. Samurai Jack/Sleeping Beauty
  668. Samurai Jack/Skarloey
  669. Samurai Jack/Snorks
  670. Samurai Jack/Snow White
  671. Samurai Jack/Sofia the First
  672. Samurai Jack/Song of the South
  673. Samurai Jack/Sonic
  674. Samurai Jack/Sonny with a Chance
  675. Samurai Jack/Sooty
  676. Samurai Jack/Soul Eater Not!
  677. Samurai Jack/South Park
  678. Samurai Jack/Space Ghost Coast to Coast
  679. Samurai Jack/Space Jam
  680. Samurai Jack/Spaceballs
  681. Samurai Jack/Speed Racer
  682. Samurai Jack/Spongebob
  683. Samurai Jack/Squirrel Boy
  684. Samurai Jack/Stanley
  685. Samurai Jack/Star Trek
  686. Samurai Jack/Star vs. the Forces of Evil
  687. Samurai Jack/Star Wars
  688. Samurai Jack/State Fair (1945)
  689. Samurai Jack/Steven Universe
  690. Samurai Jack/Stickin' Around
  691. Samurai Jack/Stoked
  692. Samurai Jack/Storks (2016)
  693. Samurai Jack/Strawberry Shortcake
  694. Samurai Jack/Street Fighter
  695. Samurai Jack/Stuart Little
  696. Samurai Jack/Stuck in the Middle
  697. Samurai Jack/Student Bodies (1981)
  698. Samurai Jack/Suite Pretty Cure
  699. Samurai Jack/Super Buddies
  700. Samurai Jack/Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!
  701. Samurai Jack/Super Mario Bros
  702. Samurai Jack/Super Mario Bros. (1993)
  703. Samurai Jack/Super Milk Chan
  704. Samurai Jack/Super Why
  705. Samurai Jack/Supernoobs
  706. Samurai Jack/Superted
  707. Samurai Jack/SWAT Kats
  708. Samurai Jack/Sweeney Todd
  709. Samurai Jack/Surf's Up
  710. Samurai Jack/Sylvanian Families
  711. Samurai Jack/T.U.F.F. Puppy
  712. Samurai Jack/Taina
  713. Samurai Jack/TaleSpin
  714. Samurai Jack/Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006)
  715. Samurai Jack/Tama and Friends
  716. Samurai Jack/Tamara (2005)
  717. Samurai Jack/Tarzan
  718. Samurai Jack/Tattletail
  719. Samurai Jack/Tayo
  720. Samurai Jack/Team America: World Police (2004)
  721. Samurai Jack/Team Fortress 2
  722. Samurai Jack/Team Umizoomi
  723. Samurai Jack/Teen Titans
  724. Samurai Jack/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  725. Samurai Jack/Tekken
  726. Samurai Jack/Teletubbies
  727. Samurai Jack/Tensai Bakabon
  728. Samurai Jack/Terrahawks
  729. Samurai Jack/That's So Raven
  730. Samurai Jack/The Addams Family
  731. Samurai Jack/The Addams Family (1991)
  732. Samurai Jack/The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988)
  733. Samurai Jack/The Adventures of Milo and Otis
  734. Samurai Jack/The Adventures of Pete & Pete
  735. Samurai Jack/The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin
  736. Samurai Jack/The Adventures of the Gummi Bears
  737. Samurai Jack/The Adventures of the Little Prince
  738. Samurai Jack/The Alvin Show (1961)
  739. Samurai Jack/The Amanda Show
  740. Samurai Jack/The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
  741. Samurai Jack/The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
  742. Samurai Jack/The Amazing World of Gumball
  743. Samurai Jack/The Amityville Horror (2005)
  744. Samurai Jack/The Angry Birds Movie (2016)
  745. Samurai Jack/The Aristocats
  746. Samurai Jack/The Backyardigans
  747. Samurai Jack/The Bells of St. Mary's (1945)
  748. Samurai Jack/The Berenstain Bears
  749. Samurai Jack/The Big Bus (1976)
  750. Samurai Jack/The Black Cauldron
  751. Samurai Jack/The Bourne Legacy (2012)
  752. Samurai Jack/The Brady Bunch
  753. Samurai Jack/The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)
  754. Samurai Jack/The Brady Kids
  755. Samurai Jack/The Brave Little Toaster
  756. Samurai Jack/The Breakfast Club (1985)
  757. Samurai Jack/The Brothers Garcia
  758. Samurai Jack/The Buzz on Maggie
  759. Samurai Jack/The Care Bears Family
  760. Samurai Jack/The Carrie Diaries
  761. Samurai Jack/The Cat in the Hat
  762. Samurai Jack/The Cheetah Girls (2003)
  763. Samurai Jack/The Cleveland Show
  764. Samurai Jack/The Clique (2008)
  765. Samurai Jack/The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963)
  766. Samurai Jack/The Devil's Own (1997)
  767. Samurai Jack/The Doodlebops
  768. Samurai Jack/The Dust Factory (2004)
  769. Samurai Jack/The Fairly OddParents
  770. Samurai Jack/The Five Heartbeats (1991)
  771. Samurai Jack/The Flintstones
  772. Samurai Jack/The Frighteners (1996)
  773. Samurai Jack/The Get Along Gang
  774. Samurai Jack/The Ghost and Mr. Chicken (1966)
  775. Samurai Jack/The Ghosts of Motley Hall
  776. Samurai Jack/The Golden Girls
  777. Samurai Jack/The Great Gatsby (2013)
  778. Samurai Jack/The Great Mouse Detective
  779. Samurai Jack/The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
  780. Samurai Jack/The Haunting (1963)
  781. Samurai Jack/The Haunting (1999)
  782. Samurai Jack/The Hunger (1983)
  783. Samurai Jack/The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  784. Samurai Jack/The Incredibles
  785. Samurai Jack/The Iron Giant
  786. Samurai Jack/The Jetsons
  787. Samurai Jack/The Jungle Book
  788. Samurai Jack/The Kidsongs Television Show
  789. Samurai Jack/The Koala Brothers
  790. Samurai Jack/The Land Before Time
  791. Samurai Jack/The Last Mimzy (2007)
  792. Samurai Jack/The Laughing Policeman (1973)
  793. Samurai Jack/The Laughing Salesman
  794. Samurai Jack/The LEGO Batman Movie (2017)
  795. Samurai Jack/The Lego Movie (2014)
  796. Samurai Jack/The Life and Times of Juniper Lee
  797. Samurai Jack/The Lion King
  798. Samurai Jack/The Littl' Bits
  799. Samurai Jack/The Little Engine That Could
  800. Samurai Jack/The Little Mermaid
  801. Samurai Jack/The Lorax (2012)
  802. Samurai Jack/The Loud House
  803. Samurai Jack/The Love Guru
  804. Samurai Jack/The Magic School Bus
  805. Samurai Jack/The Maiden and the Princess (2011)
  806. Samurai Jack/The Mighty B!
  807. Samurai Jack/The Moth Diaries (2011)
  808. Samurai Jack/The Music Man (1962)
  809. Samurai Jack/The Mysterious Cities of Gold
  810. Samurai Jack/The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo
  811. Samurai Jack/The NewZealand Story
  812. Samurai Jack/The Nightmare Before Christmas
  813. Samurai Jack/The Noddy Shop
  814. Samurai Jack/The Nutshack
  815. Samurai Jack/The O.C.
  816. Samurai Jack/The Pagemaster
  817. Samurai Jack/The Paz Show
  818. Samurai Jack/The Perfect Man (2005)
  819. Samurai Jack/The Pink Panther
  820. Samurai Jack/The Pirates! Band of Misfits
  821. Samurai Jack/The Powerpuff Girls
  822. Samurai Jack/The Princess Diaries (2001)
  823. Samurai Jack/The Puzzle Place
  824. Samurai Jack/The Raccoons
  825. Samurai Jack/The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)
  826. Samurai Jack/The Raggy Dolls
  827. Samurai Jack/The Rainbow (1989)
  828. Samurai Jack/The Rescuers
  829. Samurai Jack/The Ring (2002)
  830. Samurai Jack/The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  831. Samurai Jack/The Secret Circle
  832. Samurai Jack/The Secret Life of Pets (2016)
  833. Samurai Jack/The Secret Life of the American Teenager
  834. Samurai Jack/The Secret of NIMH
  835. Samurai Jack/The Secret Partner (1961)
  836. Samurai Jack/The Secret World of Alex Mack
  837. Samurai Jack/The Shining
  838. Samurai Jack/The Simpsons
  839. Samurai Jack/The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005)
  840. Samurai Jack/The Sixth Sense (1999)
  841. Samurai Jack/The Sleeper (2012)
  842. Samurai Jack/The Smurfs
  843. Samurai Jack/The Smurfs (2011)
  844. Samurai Jack/The Smurfs 2 (2013)
  845. Samurai Jack/The Sound of Music (1965)
  846. Samurai Jack/The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
  847. Samurai Jack/The Suite Life of Zack & Cody
  848. Samurai Jack/The Ten Commandments (1956)
  849. Samurai Jack/The Three Musketeers in Boots (1972)
  850. Samurai Jack/The Vampire Diaries
  851. Samurai Jack/The Venture Bros.
  852. Samurai Jack/The Villain (1979)
  853. Samurai Jack/The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald
  854. Samurai Jack/The Weekenders
  855. Samurai Jack/The Wiggles
  856. Samurai Jack/The Wild Puffalumps
  857. Samurai Jack/The Wild Thornberrys
  858. Samurai Jack/The Wind in the Willows
  859. Samurai Jack/The Wizard of Oz
  860. Samurai Jack/The Wombles
  861. Samurai Jack/The Wonderful World of Puss 'n Boots (1969)
  862. Samurai Jack/The World of David the Gnome
  863. Samurai Jack/The Wuzzles
  864. Samurai Jack/Theodore Tugboat
  865. Samurai Jack/They (2002)
  866. Samurai Jack/Thirteen (2003)
  867. Samurai Jack/Thomas
  868. Samurai Jack/Thomas and the Magic Railroad
  869. Samurai Jack/Three Amigos (1986)
  870. Samurai Jack/Three Little Ghosts
  871. Samurai Jack/Three O'Clock High (1987)
  872. Samurai Jack/Thunderbirds
  873. Samurai Jack/Tilt (1979)
  874. Samurai Jack/Time Squad
  875. Samurai Jack/Time Warp Trio
  876. Samurai Jack/Timmy the Tooth
  877. Samurai Jack/Timon & Pumbaa
  878. Samurai Jack/Timothy Goes to School
  879. Samurai Jack/Tiny Toon Adventures
  880. Samurai Jack/To All a Goodnight (1980)
  881. Samurai Jack/To Love-Ru
  882. Samurai Jack/Tom and Jerry
  883. Samurai Jack/Tom and Jerry: The Movie
  884. Samurai Jack/Tommy (1975)
  885. Samurai Jack/Top Cat
  886. Samurai Jack/Total Drama
  887. Samurai Jack/Totally Spies!
  888. Samurai Jack/Tower of Terror (1997)
  889. Samurai Jack/Toy Story
  890. Samurai Jack/Trolls (2016)
  891. Samurai Jack/TUGS
  892. Samurai Jack/Turbo (2013)
  893. Samurai Jack/Twice Upon a Time (1983)
  894. Samurai Jack/Underground Ernie
  895. Samurai Jack/Undertale
  896. Samurai Jack/Unico
  897. Samurai Jack/Up
  898. Samurai Jack/Urikupen Kyuujo-tai
  899. Samurai Jack/Vampire Knight
  900. Samurai Jack/VeggieTales
  901. Samurai Jack/Veronica Mars
  902. Samurai Jack/Vib-Ribbon
  903. Samurai Jack/Victorious
  904. Samurai Jack/Village of the Damned (1960)
  905. Samurai Jack/Village of the Damned (1995)
  906. Samurai Jack/W.I.T.C.H.
  907. Samurai Jack/Wacky Races
  908. Samurai Jack/WALL-E
  909. Samurai Jack/Wallace and Gromit
  910. Samurai Jack/Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour
  911. Samurai Jack/WataMote
  912. Samurai Jack/We Bare Bears
  913. Samurai Jack/Wee Sing
  914. Samurai Jack/Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?
  915. Samurai Jack/When a Stranger Calls (2006)
  916. Samurai Jack/Where's My Water
  917. Samurai Jack/Whisker Haven
  918. Samurai Jack/Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
  919. Samurai Jack/Wilbur
  920. Samurai Jack/Wild Kratts
  921. Samurai Jack/Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
  922. Samurai Jack/Winky Dink and You
  923. Samurai Jack/Winnie the Pooh
  924. Samurai Jack/Without a Paddle (2004)
  925. Samurai Jack/Wizards of Waverly Place
  926. Samurai Jack/Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976)
  927. Samurai Jack/World Masterpiece Theater
  928. Samurai Jack/Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!
  929. Samurai Jack/Wreck-It Ralph
  930. Samurai Jack/Yogi Bear
  931. Samurai Jack/Yours, Mines and Ours (2005)
  932. Samurai Jack/Yu-Gi-Oh!
  933. Samurai Jack/Zelda
  934. Samurai Jack/Zoboomafoo
  935. Samurai Jack/Zoey 101
  936. Samurai Jack/Zoobilee Zoo
  937. Samurai Jack/Zootopia (2016)

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