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Subject: 80's cartoons

Written By: kittie brite on 02/02/02 at 04:09 p.m.

ok i will write a list of my fave 80's cartoons that i watched and see if any of ya remeber or watched it :) 1)rose pedal place  2)dasterdly and muttley  3)josie and the pussy cats  4)smurfs  5)strawberry shortcake  6)shirt tales  7)get along gang  8)black star  9)he-man and she-ra 10)scooby doo 11)kidd video 12)rainbow brite ;D  Anybody watch these when you were kids??? ???

Subject: Re: 80's cartoons

Written By: dagwood on 02/02/02 at 08:19 p.m.

Heck, I still watch these....especially Scooby Doo.  I have gotten my daughter hooked on him.  I like them a lot better than the cartoons they have today.  They just seem too violent to me.  (I know I know Bugs Bunny is the most violent cartoon on tv)  Maybe they just seem too scary for my daughter to me.  I love this age, I can still tell her what to do and she listens...well sometimes ;)

Subject: Re: 80's cartoons

Written By: kittie brite on 02/02/02 at 08:37 p.m.

i would have my kids(if i had any)watch 80's toons too!i do find some of them violent myself woody woodpecker was pretty violent i hate the toon tom and jerry(i think its anti cats if you ask me)i did like some of looney toons but of the other episodes arent my forte'(sp).i used to watch pink panther too.alot of the new toons are violent today.i like the scoobt doo movies when they have famous people as the geust.i cant stand that shaggy i kind of find him annoying.(did you know that casey kasem does the vouice of shaggy???)

Subject: Re: 80's cartoons

Written By: dagwood on 02/02/02 at 09:37 p.m.

I know he used to.  I don't know who does now.  In the new movies (Alien Invaders, Cyber Chase etc) he doesn't sound right.  Actually none of them do.  I like the older movies better. :)

Subject: Re: 80's cartoons

Written By: kittie brite on 02/02/02 at 10:06 p.m.

i like the old scooby movies better too the only time i got a kick out of a new one is when jhonny brovo was in it ;D

Subject: Re: 80's cartoons

Written By: daylily on 04/24/02 at 11:57 a.m.

Was Kidd Video the one where they kept getting taken to 'The Flip Side'? I remember that one. I liked Garfield & Friends, and of course Dungeons & Dragons. There were some fun kids' shows on Nickelodeon, most of which weren't cartoons, but I remember Belle & Sebastian and The Mysterious Cities Of Gold. (I even remember the theme song to that last one...how sad.)

Subject: Re: 80's cartoons

Written By: Kryllith on 04/24/02 at 12:01 a.m.

Oh man, did this thread ever die... ah well

In no particular order...
Dungeons and Dragons, Smurfs, Robotech, G.I. Joe, Transformers, Thundercats, Silverhawks, Gummie Bears, M.A.S.K, He-Man, She-Ra, Voltron, and if you want to toss in some from even earlier, G-Force/Battle of the Planets and Star Blazers.


Oh, and before people ask again about the name of the cartoon where the good guy and the bad guy both carry half of a sword, it's Blackstar.