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Watching Any Classic Animated Tv Shows?

Post#1 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:26 am

Weird topic but iv been watching lots of shows from my childhood and man has it been a blast!

Of course iv never stopped watching all the Disney shows iv gown up with after all these years but the last month or so iv been getting back into Tiny Toons & Animaniacs and i had forgotten how great these where! So many of the jokes and references went over my head back in the day and i constantly crack up now!

Watching these also reminds me how much i miss hand drawn cell animation, these two shows had some of the highest cell count of any tv show and its just a joy to watch, make's me realize how much i took for granted all these shows back in the day :lol:
Again weird topic but i thought it be fun to talk about since im sure many of these shows we watched as kids or adults! 8-)

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Re: Watching Any Classic Animated Tv Shows?

Post#2 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 4:07 am

My personal favorite has to be SWAT Kats, tho not sure if it can be called a classic since it was never too popular and was short lived. There's something about it that just really struck a chord with me. Not really sure what, as I'm not really a cat lover, or into airplanes/jets. The animation, especially the 2nd season was really awesome tho.

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Post#3 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 11:06 am

Tarnish wrote:My personal favorite has to be SWAT Kats, tho not sure if it can be called a classic since it was never too popular and was short lived. There's something about it that just really struck a chord with me. Not really sure what, as I'm not really a cat lover, or into airplanes/jets. The animation, especially the 2nd season was really awesome tho.


Have never heard of that one, will have to look into it! :mrgreen:

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Post#4 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 11:39 am

itsthinkingstill wrote:
Tarnish wrote:My personal favorite has to be SWAT Kats, tho not sure if it can be called a classic since it was never too popular and was short lived. There's something about it that just really struck a chord with me. Not really sure what, as I'm not really a cat lover, or into airplanes/jets. The animation, especially the 2nd season was really awesome tho.


Have never heard of that one, will have to look into it! :mrgreen:


Heh, like I said, wasn't exactly popular. Also it's more on the edgy action side than humor, so it might not be your cup of tea.

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Re: Watching Any Classic Animated Tv Shows?

Post#5 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 5:41 pm

no.. not currently regularly watching any old cartoons...

every so often something will pop up in my YT feed and Ill watch it...

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Post#6 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 6:15 pm

I have a bunch of VHS tapes with recorded tv shows and commercials from the 90's. Whenever I want to go back in time I pop them in the player and enjoy. Shows like Eek! The Cat, The Tick, Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego, Dog City, Spider-Man, Earthworm Jim, Chip N Dale's Rescue Rangers, etc (to name a few). ;)

I also have these 80's cartoons on DVD- Dungeons & Dragons, The Real Ghostbusters, Defenders Of The Earth, Gummi Bears, Silverhawks, Duck Tales, Inhumanoids, Robocop and the Ruby Spears Superman series.

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Post#7 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 7:40 pm

i started collecting cartoon dvds from the 80s and early 90s several years ago..i have all 4 seasons of transformers...season 1 of gijoe, silverhawks,season 1 of thundercats, the real ghostbusters, theres a few others but i'm too fat to look

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