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Your childhood cartoons

Discussion in 'Movies, Music and TV shows' started by Andrela, Jan 21, 2020.

  1. crimson sun06

    crimson sun06 Unspeakable

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    1989
    Tom & Jerry: A timeless classic. Pretty much the standard for slapstick comedy, animated or otherwise.

    Looney Toons: Loved it to bits

    Dexter's Laboratory: The concept itself was worth the watch.

    He-Man and The Masters of the Universe: Loved this show as a kid.

    Swat Cats: This one did the buddy cop thing pretty well, if cops were pilot cats that is. That intro remains one of my favourites till date.

    Dragonball Z: The action was something I had never seen before as a kid. Over the years I have lost my fondness for it.

    Avatar: The Last Airbender: My favourite animated show, though I wasn't a child and near the end of my adolescence when it aired.

    I'm sure there were more, but these are the ones that stick out.
     
  2. Chilli

    Chilli Seventh Year DLP Supporter

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    Nice thread!

    1972
    Maya the Bee (I loved this one and can still sing the theme song!)
    Looney Tunes, especially the Road Runner and the Coyote
    Hanna-Barbera
    Merrie Melodies
    Battle of the Planets
    (in later years) Thundercats
     
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  3. Ched

    Ched Da Trek Moderator DLP Supporter

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    @Chilli - I vaguely remember hearing about Maya the Bee somewhere at some point, though I think it was off air by the early 80s. However I thought you might be interested to know that it was recently remade. The new theme song (which I had heard) drove me up the wall, so I went and checked out the old theme song when you mentioned it, and it was... nostalgic, even though I may never have seen it.