The Cartoon Appreciation Thread...

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  1. Broken Record

    Broken Record Biscuit Eater Staff

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    I miss Saturday mornings. They are alot different now than they used to be. My 5 year old kid now can watch children's shows 24/7. Back in the day when most families only had ABC/NBC/CBS/PBS, kids programming was few and far between. That made Saturday morning like a binge fest for kids. [/geezer]

    Anyway, this one still makes me wanna smoke a bowl. Not animated, but Saturday morning fare just the same. Gotta love Sid and Marty Krofft.

    Lidsville

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  2. Gunny

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    Don't know if anyone watched this but it was a quality show.
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  3. Gunny

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    And of course one of my favourite cartoons ever.
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  4. titanbuoy

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    This isn't really nostalgia for me. I think I was already in my mid-twenties when this came out, but I loved it.

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    SPOOOON!
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  5. Starkiller

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    Ah... I loved cartoon growing up. I can't even come close to naming them all. Transformers, GI Joe, Superfriends, Scooby Doo, He-Man, Starblazers, Thundar the Barbarian, Thundercats, Smurfs, Garfield, Duck Tales, Batman: The Animated Series.

    Still do love cartoons with the right material. You can do a lot with Animation that can't be done in live action...
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  6. TitanJeff

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    You eeediot!!!

    I did love Ren Hoek and Stimpson J Cat...
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  8. TitanJeff

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    That series had more influence than any I can remember since Bugs.

    Here's a real classic I loved as a kid but they are too politically incorrect to get air time anymore...

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  9. Gunny

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    What is that?

    I remember a Bugs Bunny cartoon with a native male but looked similar to her which is not shown anymore.

    Batman: The Animated Series was brilliant. With their block heads.
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  10. TitanJeff

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    That's Inki by Chuck Jones (my personal favorite). He would hunt while a lion would hunt him. Then a silent Mynah Bird, who would hop in tune to the Fingals Cave Overture, would wipe out the lion. I thought that bird was the coolest.

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