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Old 04-25-01, 05:07 AM
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What are the cartoons you grew up watching? For me, the ones I remember watching anyway were: Thundercats, Muppet Babies, Transformers, and Smurfs

I love nostalgia...
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Hong Kong Phooey
Scooby Doo
Super Friends
Fat Albert
The Godzilla Power Hour
Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends
The Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour


if you're feeling nostalgic about Saturday Morning Cartoons, go to http://www.yesterdayland.com
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Topic: cartoons you grew up on?

I was never on a cartoon.
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Transformers
GI Joe
Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, etc.
Hong Kong Fooey
Garfield
Thudercats
He-Man
Scoooby Doo
Smurfs
M.A.S.K.
Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends
DuckTales, TaleSpin, Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers
Gummibears

Saturday mornings were the best during the '80's
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Looney Toons
Superfriends
Tom & Jerry
Woody Woodpecker
Droopy
Spiderman and friends
Old 04-25-01, 10:34 AM
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Fat Albert

Super Friends

Looney Tunes

Tom And Jerry

Scooby Doo

Underdog

The Great Grape Ape

Speed Buggy
Old 04-25-01, 01:14 PM
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I used to watch tons of cartoons when I was a kid, but the ones that first come to mind are:

Looney Tunes
The Flintstones
Scooby-Doo
Transformers
G.I. Joe
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Old 04-25-01, 05:31 PM
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Speed Racer
WB Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show
Scooby Doo
Fat Albert
Super Friends

Yeah, we were all learnin' from eachother while we did our thing.
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Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
Garfield
He-Man
Scoooby Doo
Smurfs
Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends
DuckTales
Gummibears
Those are some I remember. I'll also add The Flintstones, The Jetsons, and that ALF cartoon spin-off.

On a semi-related note, does anyone remember a theme park called Hanna-Barbera Land? I used to go to the one in Houston, TX (don't know if that was the only one or not) when I was young, but don't remember anything about it unfortunately. My mom still has a tape from the mid 80s with me and my sister "on the set" of Scooby-Doo, helping Shaggy and the gang solve a mystery. I guess they used a chroma-key ("green screen" or "blue screen" that weathermen and many movies use) to do it, but I don't remember. Anyone remember that theme park?
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the maxx
aeon flux
rocko's modern life
the simpsons
beavis and butthead.

i wouldn't say i've really matured. anyways, who here watches undergrads?
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I forgot about Speed Racer, man I wish that would come out on DVD!
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Star Trek - the cartoon.

featuring the voices of the original series actors. Quality show.
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Originally posted by Titmouse
I forgot about Speed Racer, man I wish that would come out on DVD!
It is on DVD under the title Speed Racer The Movie, although it's really not a movie but 3 episodes. It has the 2 part Mammoth Car episode, and one called The Car Hater.

The DVD also has:

Specs on the Mach 5
Trivia game
Music video
Commentary by the guy who voiced Speed, Racer X and the announcer and the woman who did Trixie, Mom, and Spridle.
A 'featurette' called The Treacherous Pirate as an easter egg. The featurette has nothing to do with Speed Racer?

I haven't seen it, but have thought about buying it. A local B&M has had a few copies of it for awhile for $16 or so.

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Jeez... How could I forget these ones:

Star Blazers
Flintstones
Jetsons
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Johnny Quest (that theme music still makes me feel like I get to stay home from school.)
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Voltron (Vehicle & Lions)
Robotech
G.I. Joe
Transformers
Battle of the Planets (G-Force)
The Littles
Dragon's Lair
MASK
He-Man
Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch
Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids (Brown Hornet)
Groovy Ghoulies

.. and although not cartoons...

H.R. Pufnstuf
Land of the Lost
The Bugaloos
Dr. Shrinker
Sigmund and the Seamonsters
New Zoo Revue
321 Contact
The Electric Company
Sesame Street
Great Space Coaster

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A cartoon called Star Blazers, that thanks to dvd talk I finnally remmebered the name. I'm almost afraid to watch them again(they are on dvd), the years may have changed them(or me).
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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
She-Ra Princess of Power
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Filmation's Ghostbusters
Super Mario Bros Super Show
Captin N Game Master
Go-Bots
Inspector Gadget
Count Duckula
Underdog (reruns)
Batman: The Animated Series
Dick Tracy (reruns)
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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
GI-Joe
Transformers
Captain N the Game Master
Flintstones
The Superfriends
Godzilla
Dyno-mutt
Scooby Doo
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Many listed here already.... but it reminded me of this. I recently was in a discussion with friends about this same topic. Silver Hawks came up. Now, all 5 of us watched the show on a regular basis, but no one could recall the basic storyline at all. I.e. who were they, and what the hell were they doing? Any help out there? A singular thread about this would make me feel even more foolish...
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Originally posted by Kudama
Johnny Quest (that theme music still makes me feel like I get to stay home from school.)
Yeah...and that eyeball/spider creature was extremely cool.

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