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    1. Flintstones, first cartoon I ever loved.
    2. Laugh A Lympics
    3. Underdog
    4. Super Friends...though at an early age I found the PSA's incredibly lame.
    5. Mighty Mouse

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    Ed,Edd, n Eddy
    Dexter's laboratory
    Batman The Animated Series
    Teen titans
    The original Dragon Ball

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    My ability to scroll through lists is fading so two of my favorites may have been noted already and i just missed them.

    Already mentioned from my list of favorites:

    Jonny Quest i still have memories of this being so much grittier and sophisticated than it really was. I have resisted watching for a long time now simply to preserve my memories.
    Super Friends
    Spider-man

    And the ones I didn't see mentioned:

    Fables of the Green Forest. Loved this one.
    Rocket Robin Hood A Canadian Classic!

    And my absolute Favorite. See if you can guess it from my singing of the theme!

    _________ and his Eagles
    Fighting for our freedom
    Fly through in and outer space
    Not to join him but to be him.

    _________ he's our man
    Hero of our nation
    For his adventure just be sure
    And stay tuned to this station.

    Come and join us all you kids
    For lots of fun and laughter
    As __________ and his men
    Get all the crooks they're after.

    ________ he's our man
    Hero of our nation
    For his adventure just be sure
    And stay tuned to this station.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judomaster View Post
    Jonny Quest i still have memories of this being so much grittier and sophisticated than it really was. I have resisted watching for a long time now simply to preserve my memories.
    Jonny Quest was a fairly gritty cartoon, especially for its time. People got killed on nearly every episode, sometimes in horrific ways. One episode showed a Pterodactyl swooping off with a screaming human baby. Another episode showed people getting strangled to death by a mummy. And then there was the end of that episode with the crazy Nazi pilot. Calm, civilized Doctor Quest said, "That was a terrible way to go, boys, but he deserved to die."
    "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."
    Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shellhead View Post
    Jonny Quest was a fairly gritty cartoon, especially for its time. People got killed on nearly every episode, sometimes in horrific ways. One episode showed a Pterodactyl swooping off with a screaming human baby. Another episode showed people getting strangled to death by a mummy. And then there was the end of that episode with the crazy Nazi pilot. Calm, civilized Doctor Quest said, "That was a terrible way to go, boys, but he deserved to die."
    Well then, maybe my memories are sharper than my wife always tells me they are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otchofriend View Post
    THAT'S IT! I've been trying to remember this.

    God I remember being so sad seeing that between that Fire +Ice and Barefoot Gen turned my childhood image of what animation was upside down

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfJZ6nwxD38

    EDITED: for better wording.
    HA! glad someone else remembers it - once seen never forgotten!

    here they would sometimes show some great but unsettling animation out of the old yugoslavia. i think there was a big animation studio there producing really arty stuff. i wish europe made more animation - the stuff we sometimes saw as kids was soooo different from US cartoons

    here is Mr Rossi from italy to put a smile on your face -- awesome theme music

    http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUrhd0trtVM

    and the utterly psychedelic dutch trip fest dr snuggles

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BT38rbo5Eg
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    This would range from stuff that was in reruns when I was in Pre-K to stuff that was new when I was in high school:

    Speed Racer
    Popeye
    Looney Tunes
    Scooby-Doo
    Flintstones
    Jetsons
    That PSA about hankering for a hunk of cheese
    Super Friends
    He-Man & the Masters of the Universe
    Muppet Babies
    Voltron
    Laff-A-Lympics
    ALF
    Space Ghost
    Hekyll & Jekyll
    DuckTales
    Rocky & Bullwinkle
    The Simpsons
    Animaniacs
    Pinky & The Brain
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    I remember the pterodactyl episode because my childhood best friend made a pretend movie from it, "Pterodactus the Terrible". The episode I most recall had a robot in the form of a spider which unfolded from a sphere. I wanted to use that in a movie but never did. The only other thing I recall is the scene of a ship on fire from being under attack, in the credits. Did Jonny Quest have episode titles publicly? Its sister show, "The Lone Ranger" did. Were they both made by HannaBarbera as The Flintstones?

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    ROBOTECH
    Tranzor Z (american version of Mazinger Z)
    Starblazers
    Thundarr The Barbarian
    Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
    The 1st couple of seasons of GI JOE and Transformers
    Space Ghost
    Herculoids
    The Real Ghost Busters
    Voltron
    Plastic Man
    Super Friends
    Life looks better in black and white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inferno View Post
    That PSA about hankering for a hunk of cheese
    HAHAHA!! I was just talking with a friend about that the other day, how that song is forever burned into our brains. Same for Super Planet Janet, Lolly get your adverbs here and the "Watch out for the munchies" one.
    Life looks better in black and white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inferno View Post
    ALF
    You mean Melmac Memories?
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    Quote Originally Posted by destro View Post
    HAHAHA!! I was just talking with a friend about that the other day, how that song is forever burned into our brains. Same for Super Planet Janet, Lolly get your adverbs here and the "Watch out for the munchies" one.
    No love for "VERB"?

    I still hadn't seen super-hero comics by then so I thought VERB was the coolest!

    VERB: "I can take a noun and bend it..."

    CHORUS: "VERB-- THAT'S WHAT'S HAPPENING!"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=US8mGU1MzYw

    TOTALLY AWESOME!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judomaster View Post
    Well then, maybe my memories are sharper than my wife always tells me they are!
    There is a lot of Jonny Quest on YouTube, including at least a couple of complete episodes. Here's the one with the mummy:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMf0Ag7NWlE

    (Note: no scorpions were actually harmed in the making of that episode.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shellhead View Post
    There is a lot of Jonny Quest on YouTube, including at least a couple of complete episodes. Here's the one with the mummy:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMf0Ag7NWlE

    (Note: no scorpions were actually harmed in the making of that episode.)
    Thanks, I remember not watching it when it was first broadcast, probably because it seemed too "realistic" (to a kid like I was) but I REALLY got into it in the early '80s when it was shown in reruns on a "double bill" with The Banana Splits ("Danger Island")-- before the station was purchased by Fox! I've got to find out who this DOUG WILDEY guy was, I get the feeling that he and the "...QUEST" producers were totally into Milton Caniff...

    Side Note: I recently found out that the boy-hero from Danger Island was a very young (JAN-)MICHAEL VINCENT!
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    The first AWESOME cartoons I remember were Star Blazers, Jonny Quest and the Filmation Flash Gordan. Anyone from Mass remember Force Five on Channel 25?

    I liked GI Joe as I got older and patted myself on my adult back when I learned some of my favorite episodes were done by Steve Gerber. Thundaar the Barbarian too.

    Saturday Morning-wise I always liked my Looney Tunes, Sci-Fi Hanna Barbera and even the Smurfs!

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