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Childhood cartoons!!!!!

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1 Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Tue Nov 10, 2009 3:13 am

Andreas

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Hei everybody!

Well everybody was a child at a time being and I, as a kid used to watch soooo many cartoons (b4 i found out abt animes) dat my mom started to turn theTV off to do my HW'S (which of corz layed in some corner untouched)....not to mention dat i now watch sooo many animes, well now my mom doesn't shut Tv off (too old jejjejeje)....but she bugs me off...

Anyway wat i wanna ask u guys if u watched cartoons, wat kind (and name pls), y did u liked dem and how often...not to say Have u ever been disturbed while watching dem?

I used (sometimes i still watch) to see: Tom&Jerry, Looney Toones, Jetson Family, Flinston Family, Scooby Doo, Wacky Races, Penelope Pittstop, Popeye The SailorMan, Dasttardly&Muttley, Top Cat, Dexter's Laboratory, Hong Kong Phooey, Johnny Bravo, Disney cartoons etc... and da list can go on on and on...

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2 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Tue Nov 10, 2009 3:14 pm

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Oh, those were good times. Fun times.
The mid and late 90s were so frikkin sweet!

Cartoon Network had Birdman, Secret Squirrel, 2 Stupid Dogs, Space Ghost and SWAT KATS
And Doordarshan had Duck Tales, Chip'n'Dare: Rescue Rangers, Mummies Alive!, Thundercats and Phantom(the one from the future). Also some bat-shit crazy show called SUPER-HUMAN SAMURAI: THE CYBER SQUAD. Somehow, after this show, the Power Rangers fad that everyone had never got to me. YAY!
And the Star networks had this weird channel that showed TMNT and Spiderman and that sick Batman series with Adam West in it.
I remember watching a Spiderwoman series in Doordarshan which was later replaced by a lame show called Goof Troops. Frikkin' Disney!

Later on there was the FOX KIDS time slot in Star World which had AWESOME shows like X Men, The Tick, Biker Mice from Mars and Action Man but the sad part was that I had to get up early in the morning like at 6 AM to watch all this.

But still,... life was simple back then.
School-> Football -> Home -> TV -> Sleep
And a whole lot of eating in between.
I miss the old days.


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3 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Tue Nov 10, 2009 4:12 pm

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Swatkats! Man, I remember how crazy I was for that when I was in the middle school i.e. age 10 to 12. I religiously watched it every frikkin day(4 pm on Cartoon Network. I also remember the time!), think about it all day, play Swatkats-Swatkats with my friends every evening and dream about it at night. I still remember one-
Me and my best friend were in the same plane- me as Bade Miyan(T-Bone, whom I idolized. I guess that's where my tenderness towards fat people come from) and my friend as Chhote Miyan(Razor). We were flying when we were attacked by Dark Kat. I lost control of the plane and forgot all the buttons and there purposes.
My friend: Oye! Do something!
Me: What do I do? I have never ridden a plane before!

We landed in my building's parking lot with both the wings of the plane clipped.

Good times...

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4 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Tue Nov 10, 2009 8:07 pm

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Birdman, Secret Squirrel, 2 Stupid Dogs, Space Ghost and SWAT KATS

Space Ghost got another show. A talk show spoof. It used to come in a late night (1 or 2 am) time slot.
It was called Space Ghost Coast to Coast. It had a spinoff called the 'Brak Show'. Some surreal trippy shit. Targeted at older audiences, I'd assume. Also, there was something called 'Home Movies' which is like an early, less obscene cousin of 'South Park' and 15 minute segments called 'Captain Oblivious or something.

Basically most of my kiddie memories of Cartoon Network have been replaced by the memory of the one night I stayed up late and watched some trippy as hell late night cartoons. (They're all on Adult swim in other countries, BTW)

Also, more recently-

Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law features ex-superhero Harvey T. Birdman of Birdman and the Galaxy Trio as an attorney working for a law firm alongside other cartoon stars from 1960s and 1970s Hanna-Barbera cartoon series


And Doordarshan had Duck Tales, Chip'n'Dare: Rescue Rangers, Mummies Alive!, Thundercats and Phantom(the one from the future). Also some bat-shit crazy show called SUPER-HUMAN SAMURAI: THE CYBER SQUAD

Oh I KNEW I wasn't the only one. For gosh sake, NOBODY I KNOW watched Superhuman Samurai or Mummies Alive. The Mummies Alive Theme song has stayed in my head for all these years.

And the Star networks had this weird channel that showed TMNT and Spiderman and that sick Batman series with Adam West in it

Guess what the name of the weird channel was?
Star *FRIGGIN* Plus.
The same channel that hosts Saas Bahu Battles all day nowadays.
At one point it was 100% English. It aired Small Wonder and BATMAN!
Oh crap that Batman show was the gayest thing ever, but i didn't care cause I was like, 6 years old at the time.
The Theme Song? NA NA NA NA NA NA BATMAAAN!!

Later on there was the FOX KIDS time slot in Star World which had AWESOME shows like X Men, The Tick, Biker Mice from Mars and Action Man but the sad part was that I had to get up early in the morning like at 6 AM to watch all this.

6 AM? They repeated from 12 to 2pm. I saw them in the afternoon during lunch.The X-men Show on Fox what got me interested in comics. That and borrowing my *15 year older* neighbors Archie comics when I was 7 years old.

Other stuff I was into include
-Spiderman- The Fox Kids one and the Newer CGI one.
-Batman- The original Animated Series, and Batman Of The Future (showed it on Toonami)
-There was a channel which showed Sesame street back in 1999, and showed all kinds of shows in the afternoons...
-X-Men Evolution!
-Swat Kats. Undeniably. The Theme music was the first (sort of)Rock song I listened to and liked.

-And I watched all this in ENGLISH. Sue me, Omkar, but It was a million times better in it's original language. It got cringe worthy when The Mask said 'sss-Jhakaass'...I mean, COME ON!!!

And does nobody remember Nickelodeon?
It wasn't always this shitty, you know-

Back in the 90's there was-
-Hey Arnold!
-CatDog
-The Fairly OddParents
-The Wild Thornberrys (Even my MOM watched this)
-Rocket Power
-The Angry Beavers

And some stuff that wasn't Animated like
-All That
-Keenan & Kel
-The Amanda Show
-The Adventures of Pete and Pete...
and it's all GONE now. Those Nickelodeon Morons.


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5 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Tue Nov 10, 2009 11:58 pm

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I never got into the Adult Swim thing much but I know this for a fact that the Bark Show and Sea Lab was pretty killer. Never got to see Home Movies much either but now that you mentioned it,... it does look a LOT like South Park. But I think I remember hearing the censoring *BLEEP* sound in that show. Too vague to remember correctly.

Arr0wHeaD wrote:The Mummies Alive Theme song has stayed in my head for all these years.
Yeah it DOES get in your head. But now, it sounds pretty LAME.
They had all these cool ancient Egyptian Bikes and Fighter Jets(?) and something about reincarnated prince. Not sure.


Arr0wHeaD wrote:
RedWOLF wrote:Later on there was the FOX KIDS time slot in Star World which had AWESOME shows like X Men, The Tick, Biker Mice from Mars and Action Man but the sad part was that I had to get up early in the morning like at 6 AM to watch all this.

6 AM? They repeated from 12 to 2pm. I saw them in the afternoon during lunch.The X-men Show on Fox what got me interested in comics.
Well, the afternoon thing was like way later on. This was from before that.
At first they used to show it only at around 6 AM.

And yeah the X Men cartoon was pretty rad.... but some of it was way different from the comics. Then again, the ass-fags at Marvel never made up their mind about ANYTHING. I liked the cartoon version's explanation of Jean Grey's Phoenix identity. The movies sucked BTW(except maybe for the first part.... it sucked comparatively less)
Tick was a series nobody really cared about but it was pretty funny. It's a parody on superheroes.

Batman of the Future was pretty kickass. It could be the only cartoon I watched with my brother. BTW, he hates anything animated(Except maybe Ice Age). But I didn't like Terry's reason to take the cowl. It's more Spiderman than Batman. ie, the guilt thing. But the show had some AWESOME baddies like INK, Kirara and that Powers guy. Brilliant characters as far as baddies are concerned. And the Opening song ROCKS!

Arr0wHeaD wrote:And I watched all this in ENGLISH. Sue me, Omkar, but It was a million times better in it's original language. It got cringe worthy when The Mask said 'sss-Jhakaass'...I mean, COME ON!!!
Amen! These shows just don't cut it in Hindi.

Arr0wHeaD wrote:And does nobody remember Nickelodeon?
It wasn't always this shitty, you know-
Yeah!
It had Melissa Joan Hart in Clarissa. Oh sweet baby!
And then there was yeah CatDog, Hey Arnold! and Wild Thorn Berrys... true, but REN & STIMPY was awesome funny too. Rocko's Modern Life was just plain weird.
But nothing compares to ANGRY BEAVERS! This was the show that made me the loudest. I still remember "SPOODY BEAVER!" and Yahoo Soda and Muscular Beaver jokes from the show.
Invader Zim, Jimmy Neutron and Fairily Odd Parents came later on bringing thier fair share of the funny but that was ways later on.
Rocket Power was good,.... it's own Hawaiian way, right cousin? \=P

Arr0wHeaD wrote:And some stuff that wasn't Animated like
-All That
-Keenan & Kel
-The Amanda Show
-The Adventures of Pete and Pete...
and it's all GONE now. Those Nickelodeon Morons.
Oh yeah. All That and Keenan and Kel were good.
All That was funny with the REPAIR MAN-MAN-man-man, Jimmy Bond and Piere Escargot skits.
As time went by, All That became crappy with a new cast.... except for Chelsea Brummet..... oh sweet baby!
And Keenan & Kel stopped altogether.
Adventures of Pete and Pete was a very good show. Weird in it's own way but still pretty good. That Artie guy bugged me though. But the best part was the opening theme. It's called "Hey Sandy" by Polaris.
The Amanda Show? Really? People like that kinda thing? Blech!
The only thing good that ever came out of the Amanda Show was probably DRAKE AND JOSH! coz both of them were in it.
I used to like that other show called FIGURE IT OUT. It almost always had Danny Timberelli(Adventures of Pete and Pete) in it.
And also that show called DOUBLE DARE. It was so ooey-gooey fun!
I guess Nickelodeon is full of morons for the crap they have now.


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6 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:56 pm

Jin

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Mickey
Donald
Goofy
Pluto
Duck Tales
Darkwing Duck
Gargoyles
Aladin
Chip n Dale
TaleSpin





Cartoon Network

The Addams Family
ScoobyDoo
Popeye The SailorMan
Dasttardly&Muttley
tin tin
laugh a lympics
The Flintstones
The Yogi Bear Show
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
The Jetsons
The Quick Draw McGraw Show
Top Cat
The Huckleberry Hound Show
Jonny Quest
Wacky Races
Space Ghost
Bugs Bunny
Daffy Duck
Porky Pig
Elmer Fudd
Sylvester
Tweety
Marvin the Martian
Taz
Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner
Foghorn Leghorn
Yosemite Sam
Pepé Le Pew
Speedy Gonzales
The Cartoon Cartoon Show
Dexter's Laboratory
Johnny Bravo
Cow and Chicken
I Am Weasel
The Powerpuff Girls
Ed, Edd n Eddy
Mike, Lu & Og
Courage the Cowardly Dog
Sheep in the Big City
Time Squad
Grim & Evil
Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?
Codename: Kids Next Door
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
Captain Planet



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7 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Sat Nov 21, 2009 7:16 pm

Jin

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Nickelodeon

CatDog
My Life as a Teenage Robot
Rocket Power
Rocko's Modern Life
Wild Thornberry's
Spongebob SquarePants
Simpsons
Rugrats
Jimmy Neutron
Hey Arnold
Fairly Odd Parents
Avatar
Action League Now
Kablam
Prometheus and Bob
Henry and June
Fairly Odd Parents
Invader Zim
The Angry Beavers
Spider and FLy
Chalk Zone
aaah! real monsters

Star World Star Tv [fox kids]

X-Men
Spider man and friends
Biker Mice from Mars
Spider man
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
TMNT




Splash
El Nombre


then forgot the channel name
the one which used to show pappy and Adventures of He-Man


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8 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:07 pm

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Duck Tales
Tom and Jerry
Dexter's Lab
Scooby Doo
Recess
Chalk Zone
Captain Planet
Baby Looney Tunes

Very Happy ...brings back memories...

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9 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Sun Nov 22, 2009 8:10 pm

Jin

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the channel name is hallmark
i dont remember the name of the other cartoons they aired but it was good!
i think flash gordon too was there.

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10 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Sat Mar 13, 2010 9:02 pm

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Looney tunes
Scooby Doo
Adam's family
dexters laboratory
Power puff girls
Hey Arnold
jimmy neutron
wild thronberry's
rocket power
angry beavers
chalk zone
x men
etc etc
miss em all!

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11 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:25 pm

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Lol!! Omg, I don't remember my childhood Smile

12 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Thu May 20, 2010 5:36 pm

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Looney Tunes
Scooby Doo
Dexter's Lab
Atom Ant
Secret Squirrel
Lippy the Lion and Hardy Har Har
Touche Turtle
Snagglepuss
Yogi Bear
Tom and Jerry [the old ones]
Recess
Chalk Zone
Sitting Ducks
Hey Arnold
Spongebob [which I'd still watch]
Cat-Dog
The Addam's Family
Pink Panther
Johnny Bravo
Johnny Quest
Jimmy Neutron
Samurai Jack [?]
Mike, Lu and Og

Good times .. Razz

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13 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Fri May 21, 2010 6:31 pm

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i forgot bout felix the cat

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14 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Tue Aug 30, 2011 3:42 pm

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Used to see all of the ones mentioned above.
oh wait! am still seeing.. its fun!

But now its reduced to Justice League, talespin and top cat

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15 Re: Childhood cartoons!!!!! on Sat Oct 15, 2011 5:12 pm

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Did I post here before? I managed to collect some select series I watched during my childhood but never had the chance to finish them. I can't even get to watching them now, at a stretch it gets tiresome. So, for the most I checked just one or two episodes. Mummies Alive! was awesome as always.
@Red: Found the genie finally. I haz Shazzan but haven't got beyond the second episode. If only someone out there was kind enough to get all the HB toon episodes on MU I'd spend an entire month getting them.

[Le-Bump]
After watching a new Scooby Doo movie which caught me by surprise because it was 2D, I did a wiki and started grabbing all of his direct to home movies. I must say, nostalgia has caught up to me in a really big way. I miss my childhood now, the time I spent watching CN. I'm just happy that I was able to watch all those classics back then. The toons of now don't even compare to what they had back then.


So, a renewed list of shows I watched as a kid.
Toon List:
I’m trying to recollect all the shows I watched as a kid and maybe find the ones I never got to watch because “School” got in the way and maybe “Life” too *sulks*
In no particular order and sorted channel-wise. Also note that I will try not to put newer shows that are currently on-air. If you find any new ones, let me know and I will remove them. I have listed only two shows on AXN India because they are the ones I watched. I know it aired others but I’d rather have it confirmed by others than Google for a list because even if I did find one, there is no way for me to confirm. Likewise for DD and DD Metro.
Star Plus (back when it was English-only)
1. Jim Terry’s Force Five – Danguard Ace, Starvengers, Spacekeeters, Grandizer, Gaiking
2. Eek the Cat
3. Dungeons & Dragons
4. Spiderman
5.


Cartoon Network (Ruby Spears/Hanna Barbera)
Some may not be from HB/Boomerang (not sure myself, never researched); after no.25, I have chosen to Wiki search in order to find the complete list because I can’t recollect every title as of now but I will be comparing the images to confirm whether I have seen them or not
1. Magilla Gorilla
2. Shazzan
3. Space Ghost
4. Birdman & The Galaxy Trio
5. The Herculoids
6. Galtar and the Golden Lance
7. Moby Dick
8. Secret Squirrel
9. Atom Ant
10. Ricochet Rabbit & Deputy Droop-a-long
11. Quickdraw McGraw
12. Peter Potamus
13. Huckleberry Hound
14. Wallygator
15. Squiddly Diddly
16. Swat Kats
17. The Flintstones
18. The Jetsons
19. The Centurions
20. G.I. Joe (?) not sure if it aired on Star or CN
21. Ninja Robots
22. Dragonball Z
23. Pokeyman
24. Beyblade
25. Hong Kong Phooey (not to be confused with our Phuuie)
26. Thundarr The Barbarian
27. Scooby-Doo Where Are You?
28. Goldie Gold and Action Jack
29. Yogi Bear
30. Pixie, Dixie & Mr. Jinks
31. Auggy Doggy and Doggy Daddy
32. Snooper and Blabber
33. Droopy and Dripple
34. Hokey Wolf
35. Snaggle Puss
36. Yakky Doodle
37. Touche the Turtle & Dum Dum
38. Lippy the Lion and Hardy har har
39. Jonny Quest + New Adventures/Real Adventures
40. Breezly and Sneezly
41. Precious Pupp
42. Winsome Witch
43. The Hillbilly Bears
44. Wacky Races
45. The Perils of Penelope Pitstop
46. Dastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines
47. Josie and the Pussycats + In Outer Space
48. Pebbles & Bam Bam Show
49. Goober and the Ghost Chasers (aka Scooby Doo Clone; whichever came first)
50. Jeannie
51. Inch High Private Eye
52. The Addams Family
53. The Grape Ape Show
54. Dynomutt and The Blue Falcon
55. Scooby Doo’s All Star Laff-a-lympics
56. Captain Caveman (+ The Teen Angels)
57. Richie Rich
58. The Flintstone Kids
59. Fantastic Max
60. Tom & Jerry
61. Tom & Jerry Kids (Spike & Tyke)
62. Captain Planet
63. 2 Stupid Dogs
64. Dumb & Dumber
65. What A Cartoon
66. Dexter’s Lab
67. Powerpuff Girls
68. Courage The Cowardly Dog
69. Johnny Bravo
70. Codename: Kids Next Door
71. The Grimm Adventures of Billy and Mandy
72. Megas XLR
73. Cow & Chicken
74. I am Weasel
75. Top Cat
76. Samurai Jack
77. The Mask
78. The Transformers (+Energion(?))
79. Looney Tunes
80. Mightor
81. Popeye the sailor
82. The Roadrunner Show
83. Ed, Edd & Eddy
84. Mike, Lu & Ogg
85. Pinky & The Brain
86. Jackie Chan Adventures
87. Superman/JL
88. Thundercats
89. Danger Mouse

AXN India
1. Ninku
2. You are Under Arrest
3. Grander Musashi
4. Yamato Takeru

Doordarshan
1. The Jungle Book

DD Metro
1. Mummies Alive!
2. Duck Tales
3. Tales Spin
4. Aladdin
5. Goof Troop
6. Gummy Bears ( I know some aired on Zee TV/Star =P)
7. Darkwing Duck
8. Little Mermaid
9. Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers
10. He-man and the Masters of the Universe
11. Count Duckula
12. Defenders of the Earth
13.



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