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« Reply #15 on: February 08, 2007, 08:34:16 PM »


Does anyone remember Commando Cody, Sky Marshal of the Universe?
It was my favorite Saturday morning TV show.
Cartoonwise for me
Mighty Mouse
Superman
Popeye
Top Cat
Flintstones
Jetsons
Robotech
G-Force
Simpsons
Futurama
and ocassionally South Park
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« Reply #16 on: February 08, 2007, 11:54:22 PM »

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« Reply #17 on: February 09, 2007, 02:33:23 AM »


Man, I loooooooove cartoons.  I just rewatched the Transformers Movie the other night [very much one of my 'comfort' movies.]

I won't put out a list right now, because I'm about to eat dinner, but Rich, I have a website that you might find interesting:

EXO SQUAD

Can't remember where I got it from, but since there's been no DVD release, this has been a godsend, and very much the thing that made me realise Myspace isn't total crap!

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« Reply #18 on: February 09, 2007, 06:43:31 AM »

I was a huge fan of cartoons as a kid, favorites off the top of my head:

Warner Bros. shorts. Esp. Daffy Duck and Foghorn Leghorn. Still love these when I can see them. Especially ones where Daffy is more off the wall (like the one where he's the "Mustache Fiend" or "Duck Twacy") or his WWII shorts. Also the ones with Porky and the Dodo, but the black and white version is better.

Hong Kong Phooey
Scooby Doo - then I smartened up
Super Friends - ditto
Johnny Quest
Space Ghost and related series
Lone Ranger
Tarzan - I'd like to see this one again
Shazam
Isis
Thundarr the Barbarian - until they went into endless repeats
Banana Splits
The Skate Birds
G.I. Joe
COPS
Robotech
Macron 1- so-so combo of two different anime series. But the commercials made it look cooler and darker than it was.
Bullwinkle
Underdog
Tennesee Tuxedo
Roger Ramjet

Later on up til I moved and ditched cable:
Batman: TAS
Ren & Stimpy
Rocko's Modern Life
Animaniacs
Felix the Cat
Aeon Flux - only the silent version
Sealab 2021
Space Ghost: C2C
Harvey Birdman
Aqua Teen Hunger Force - took a while to warm up to it
Venture Bros.
Cowboy Bebop
Outlaw Star
Samurai Champloo
Ghost in a Shell - Movies and series
Last Exile
Avatar: the Last Airbender
Paranoia Agent
FLCL
Justice League & Unlimited
Evangelion
Gasaraki
El-Hazard
Patlabor - movies & series


I'll probably think of some more....
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« Reply #19 on: February 09, 2007, 06:53:16 AM »

JOHNNY QUEST! Hell yeah! I forgot about him! The music was great! I remember the one eyed spider robot,a favorite.
What was the name of the guy on Bullwinkle show who was like a world explorer,and would tell tale tales to his butler..."That's amazing,sir!"
"Yes.Quite." BounceGiggle
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« Reply #20 on: February 09, 2007, 11:25:41 AM »

And what about  Land of the Lost

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« Reply #21 on: February 09, 2007, 01:02:36 PM »

Some of the cartoons I've watched:
Bugs Bunny
Yogi Bear
Porky Pig
Road Runner..BEEP,BEEP
Mickey Mouse
The Jetsons
Daffy Duck
Donald Duck
The Flinstones
Tom and Jerry
Felix the Cat
The Simpsons
Futurama
South Park
King of the Hill
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« Reply #22 on: February 09, 2007, 01:32:04 PM »

What was the name of the cartoon which featured an highly strung blue-skinned hero with an exclamation mark on his costume?
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« Reply #23 on: February 09, 2007, 03:13:19 PM »

What was the name of the cartoon which featured an highly strung blue-skinned hero with an exclamation mark on his costume?

That would be one of my faves, Freakazoid. Hopefully, WB will be releasing a DVD box set this year (I've read some rumors in a couple of places).

While I'm here, I'll add to my list some that others have mentioned that I forgot to:

Underdog
Space Ghost
(both the original series & Coast to Coast)
Roger Ramjet
Bullwinkle

Other non-cartoons that are still fond memories:
Captain Kangaroo (anyone remember when he was in a real house instead of the cardboard set?)
Land of the Lost
The Bugaloos
Zoom
You Can't Do That on Television!
(I had an odd thing for Moose)
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« Reply #24 on: February 09, 2007, 06:25:20 PM »

And what about  Land of the Lost





Man I had such a crush on her (and Jan Brady) when I was a kid. I got this series on DVD for my kid and they had some extras on it of her as an adult. Eeewwww ... did not age well at all.
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« Reply #25 on: February 09, 2007, 06:56:29 PM »

Yes it was FREAKAZOID. I loved that one too but only rarely caught it due to work at the time it originally aired.
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« Reply #26 on: February 09, 2007, 11:00:17 PM »

JOHNNY QUEST! Hell yeah! I forgot about him! The music was great! I remember the one eyed spider robot,a favorite.
What was the name of the guy on Bullwinkle show who was like a world explorer,and would tell tale tales to his butler..."That's amazing,sir!"
"Yes.Quite." BounceGiggle

Colonel McBragg.

Or so says the brag of McBragg!
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« Reply #27 on: February 10, 2007, 06:19:40 AM »

Never liked Land of the Lost. I was the one kid who was immune to liking anything by Sid and Marty Kroft. Yet I was a sucker for all kinds of Filmation cheapo animated and live action shows. I'd love a CD of the music they used on those shows. And they recycled that music the same way they reused animated action scenes - every frigging chance they could.

Non-animated shows I liked:

Zoom - I was so glad I had a shirt like they wore.
Captain Kangaroo - only remember the set, not a real house. But I do remember one of the last times I saw it, in the early 80s and they had tried to keep him "hip" by showing a music video or two during the show. "Safety Dance" by Men Without Hats was one.
The Electric Company - I'm convinced my crush on Rita Moreno back then is why I'm a leg man.
Sesame Street
The Letter People
The Muppet Show
Mr. Rogers Neighborhood
You Can't Do That On Television
- I was a Lisa fan myself, Derf.
Turkey TV

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« Reply #28 on: February 11, 2007, 05:59:28 AM »

COl.McBragg!!!! BounceGiggle
Fractured Fairy Tales from the Rocky and Bullwinkle Sow were pretty great too!
I also enjoyed the HULK,Fantastic Four,CAPTAIN AMERICA" with his mighty sheild!",and SPIDERMAN cartoons of the mid sixties.
I love the Ramones cartoon/video of the Spidey theme!
Here's a "what was the title" for a cartoon I rember vaguely...It had a baby called Diaper Man,I believe, a hillbilly kind of superhero, a human tornado,(I think,) and maybe a guy who can turn into a rope? I know Diaper Man used to squirt the bad guys with his bottle...anyone...????
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« Reply #29 on: February 11, 2007, 06:39:52 PM »

Boy RC, someone else remembers those Marvel cartoons. I remember them being on a our local Bozo Show. They were hardly animated at all, kinda like comic panels with voice overs.

"Doc Bruce Banner,
Belted by gamma rays,
Turned into the Hulk.
Ain't he unglamo-rays!
Wreckin' the town
With the power of a bull,
Ain't no monster clown
Who is that lovable?
It's ever lovin' Hulk! HULK!! HULK!!"

"When Captain America throws his mighty shield,
    All those who choose oppose his shield must yield.

    If he's lead to a fight and a duel is due,
    Then the red and white and the blue'll come through.

    When Captain America throws his mighty shield."

I also like Jonny Quest, but like every other kid I wanted to be Race Bannon.

Bullwinkle was also one of my favorites. All the Warner cartoons on Bugs Bunny and Friends.
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