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Old 10-27-05, 09:44 AM
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Originally Posted by landstander
Sounds like Commander McBragg.
LOL what a blast from the past yup that was it...
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Originally Posted by landstander
Sounds like Commander McBragg.
Actually all those side cartoons that came out of Underdog and Rocky & Bullwinkle were superb.

Commander McBragg
Shermann and P*****y
Klondike Kat
Dudley Dooright
Tennessee Tuxedo
Go-Go Gopher Indians
Fractured Fairy Tales
etc...
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Originally Posted by konageezer
No love for the Herculoids? Aw, man…
awww man totally forgot of them. I remember how I wanted the little blob/ghost thing as a pet.

I need help, can't remember the name of a cartoon series. It was like a Brother and sister that had red shirts, and white pants. They drove a red/white van. There were all kinds of buttons to change the van into all sorts of different vehicles or things. Anybody remember?
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Old 10-27-05, 10:36 AM
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Here's another one I forgot to list:

School House Rock

"I'm just a bill. Yes, I'm only a bill. And I'm sittin' here on Capitol Hill..."
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Old 10-27-05, 10:37 AM
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Originally Posted by OPC
Here's another one I forgot to list:

School House Rock

"I'm just a bill. Yes, I'm only a bill. And I'm sittin' here on Capitol Hill..."
Don't forget another School House Rock favorite......

Can you make me a bannana?
Ok, you're a bannana!
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Old 10-27-05, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by OPC
Here's another one I forgot to list:

School House Rock

"I'm just a bill. Yes, I'm only a bill. And I'm sittin' here on Capitol Hill..."
Those were great. I remember when those little snippets were on during Saturday morning cartoons. I also liked the dancing fruit in the fridge.....holy smokes that was a long time ago. *sigh*
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Old 10-27-05, 10:45 AM
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Originally Posted by OPC
Here's another one I forgot to list:

School House Rock

"I'm just a bill. Yes, I'm only a bill. And I'm sittin' here on Capitol Hill..."
More flashbacks, more flashbacks! Make it stop make it stop
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Old 10-27-05, 10:58 AM
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OMG
I suddenly was reminded by another cartoon

Bobby's World

Come on, Lets see how many people will admit to watching this cartoon
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Originally Posted by TexasGuy
Bobby's World

Come on, Lets see how many people will admit to watching this cartoon
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Awww come on..
We're going, We're going, We're going on a trip

It's Nooooooooooogiiee TIme

Well jeee golly dosh darn bobby.

*sighs*
Memories
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OMG...I just thought of another too. One of my FAVORITES...though it only lasted a season or two in the early 90s. I remember it having the distinction of the first all ditially animated cartoon.

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I think maybe it failed because half the humor was only understood by real computer geeks.
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Originally Posted by KingTermite
OMG...I just thought of another too. One of my FAVORITES...though it only lasted a season or two in the early 90s. I remember it having the distinction of the first all ditially animated cartoon.

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Dot: Delete command? What? Where? I didn't see a delete command.
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I think maybe it failed because half the humor was only understood by real computer geeks.
Yeah i could see that one falling pretty hard on most peoples ears.
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Old 10-27-05, 07:24 PM
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My favorite: Bugs Bunny

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Conjunction Junction, what's your function? Hookin' up words and phrases and clauses

Also, it's important 'to unpack your adjectives'


I wonder if Rocky and Bullwinkle is out on DVD. I would love watch them again.

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Originally Posted by SandySwimmer
I wonder if Rocky and Bullwinkle is out on DVD. I would love watch them again.
There are box-sets available for each of the first 3 seasons. At this point you can probably find them individually as well, but I haven't checked this.
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Originally Posted by BeeTL
… meet or exceed my lofty standards for animation quality, style, or intellectual merit: Movies by Ralph Bakshi.
Aaauugh! Nooo! Please tell me the addition of the animation uberkrapmeister to your list is a joke! Bakshi is… is… oh God, there aren't even any words. Bakshi animation makes me want to floss my eyes. Did you ever see his Wizards? Fire and Ice? Lord of the Rings? I'm getting dry heaves just thinking about it. He's like Ed Wood, but without the vision, talent, and ambition. I swear, if I knew where Ralph Bakshi lived, I'd go right now and throw rocks at his house. Oh, I don't feel very good…
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Originally Posted by konageezer
Aaauugh! Nooo! Please tell me the addition of the animation uberkrapmeister to your list is a joke! Bakshi is… is… oh God, there aren't even any words. Bakshi animation makes me want to floss my eyes. Did you ever see his Wizards? Fire and Ice? Lord of the Rings? I'm getting dry heaves just thinking about it. He's like Ed Wood, but without the vision, talent, and ambition. I swear, if I knew where Ralph Bakshi lived, I'd go right now and throw rocks at his house. Oh, I don't feel very good…
I think my parents have his Cartoon version of LOTR
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Originally Posted by landstander
There are box-sets available for each of the first 3 seasons. At this point you can probably find them individually as well, but I haven't checked this.
There are dozens of Rocky and Bullwinkle DVDs out there.....as landstander said, the first three seasons but there are also three theme episode DVD's such as "Canadian Gothic" and "Mona Bullwinkle".....there are probably a dozen more but those are the titles I remember. Great if you're a fan of certain segments but the season DVDs have it all.
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Originally Posted by konageezer
He's like Ed Wood, but without the vision, talent, and ambition.
Man....that's a low blow. You must REALLY hate the guy!

And if he's the guy that did the Hobbit and LOTR cartoons, then I think I have to agree with you. Ugh!!

Double Ugh!!
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Has anyone mentioned the Jetsons? It wasn't my favorite but I just wanted to put that in.....
My favorite has to be the first Transformers, with maybe some Dinobots and Insectacons as well.
Remember the Constructacons?
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Remember the Jetsons and remember the Transformers.
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Rocket Robin Hood. It was so bad (and there was nothing else on) that it was kinda good. It was all about the conflict of good and evil, rich and poor. bad illustration and worse animation.

And it had a kick@ss theme: http://www2.wi.net/~rkurer/toontracker/rocketrh.html
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Originally Posted by Wind 'N Snow
Rocket Robin Hood. It was so bad (and there was nothing else on) that it was kinda good. It was all about the conflict of good and evil, rich and poor. bad illustration and worse animation.

And it had a kick@ss theme: http://www2.wi.net/~rkurer/toontracker/rocketrh.html
That was recently on Teletoon. Holy smokes was it bad....but SO funny.
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That was recently on Teletoon. Holy smokes was it bad....but SO funny.
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