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Chuck Norris had his own CARTOON SERIES??

Started by BTM, July 03, 2007, 09:01:59 PM

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so, I'm looking around on youtube and I find this series of 80s Cartoon Intro Overload, which basically, shows the intros to various 80s cartoons.  Being an 80s kid myself, I tart checking it out, when I come across this!  Check out the first intro..


WHAT THE??  Chuck Norris was in a CARTOON??  Whoa!  I did NOT know that. Even with all the retro-Norris stuff that was inexplicably popping up all over the internet (like the list of facts and the endless showing of clips on the Conan O'Brien show) I had NEVER heard bout this.

"Some people mature, some just get older." -Andrew Vachss


Yes, Chuck had a cartoon in the 80's called Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos and even a line of action figures.  My son had a couple including one version of Chuck that performed his trademark round-house kick.

And you thought Trek isn't cool.


I vaguely remember this cartoon.  I used to have one of those Norris action figures and I still have a Norris Atari game floating around a storage container somewhere.
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A bald man named Savalas visited me last night in a dream.  I think it was a Telly vision.


There's a site called The Mego Store, that's offering the cartoon, I may pick it up in a future purchase.


I wish I had my own cartoon series... then again, no.


Somehow, I think the comic book version of Chuck Norris's Karate Kommandos is greater...


"Wielding useless trivia like a katana."


Chuck Norris went back in time and created cartoons and action figures.


Where I grew up Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos was followed by Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n Wrestling.

Anyone remember Rock n' Wrestling? "Mean" Gene Okerlund used to even make a few appearances. Classic.


Man, everyone talks about old cartoons and how much they miss them, and inevitably The Smurfs will come up, and right from there The Snorks. Now, The Smurfs I used to watch. I thought Gargamel was awesome. I hated The Snorks. The show was awful. There was no big bad guy (which was a major selling point in my book), the main characters changed too frequently for a little kid to get grow any attachment, and it was plain boring. I was also never a big fan of Wacky Races. I like Hanna Barbara cartoons traditionally, but they thud sometimes. Gimmie Quick Draw anytime. KABONG!!! I name every guitar I have "Kabong." Kinda like George Foreman. Each guitar responds to the different inflection I use.

Chuck Norris is afraid of only one man...

If I can build and install a pacemaker in this man\'s chest, I can damn well bouce a microwave off a satellite!


I think everyone had a cartoon in the '80s.

Hulk Hogan had "Hulk Hogan's Rock N Wrestling" show.

ALF had his own spinoff for a cartoon.

I think there was a Rambo cartoon

Back To The Future debuted in like, '89/'90 somewhere around there.

Sgt. Slaughter from the WWF was on GI Joe for  a while. 

'80s cartoons rocked.
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Quote from: Amontillado on July 06, 2007, 07:54:20 PM
Where I grew up Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos was followed by Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n Wrestling.
Anyone remember Rock n' Wrestling? "Mean" Gene Okerlund used to even make a few appearances. Classic.

Whoa, I DO remember that!  I even remember a few of the plotlines from the show, like the one where Andre the Giant loses his clothes (they're traveling and his luggage falls of the car or something) and they have improvise his, and another one where everyone is trying to help Captain Lou lose weight, and some others...

Weird what you mind can remember after so many years...
"Some people mature, some just get older." -Andrew Vachss


All your cartoons are belong to Chuck Norris.

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