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    • 1 year 7 months ago
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    If you're going to do a definitive list,do it right. The Pirates of Dark Waters and Sonic the Hedgehog are from the 90s. Here's several nobody ever remembers:

    Drak Pack (1980)


    The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang


    The Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro Adventure Hour


    Hero High


    Goldie Gold & Action Jack


    The Kwicky Koala Show


    Laverne & Shirley In The Army


    Pandamonium


    Pac-Man


    The Flintstone Funnies
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      • 1 year 7 months ago
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      Kwicky Koala looks familiar to me.
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        • 1 year 7 months ago
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          • 1 year 3 months ago
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          So many good ones were missed. The Get Along Gang, Shirt Tales, Kissyfur, Foofur, The Popples, Fluppy Dogs. To name a few.
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            • 1 year 3 months ago
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            JaceJo wrote:
            So many good ones were missed. The Get Along Gang, Shirt Tales, Kissyfur, Foofur, The Popples, Fluppy Dogs. To name a few.
            Wow, I haven't thought about Shirt Tales in forever. Thanks for the memory jog.:lol:
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              The Jetsons when they brought back the series in 1985. (Same year I was born.)

              The comparison of the show from both decades is pretty remarkable.

              60's:



              80's:

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                There still must be some hidden gems... I remember back then a buddy and i counted up to over 100 shows from that time. Anyway..

                I'm looking for the titel of a show or someone else who maybe can shed some light on this vague memory: I remember a japanese/american show with some girl as protagonist - and there was a strange mysterious cat leading her way into some hidden underground structure - AND there was music - later being used by Tarantino in Kill Bill. That's all that left after 30 years. It aired in europe on Sky Channel or Sky One.

                Does this ring a bell for someone?
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                  Edymnion wrote:
                  Gobots
                  Series based on a line of Transformer knock-offs aimed at young children, as they were very easy to transform. The show basically followed the same plot as Transformers, but was aimed at younger children.


                  I know it's already been mentioned in this thread, but Gobots were definitely not Transformer knock-offs. The Gobots were released in the US in 1983. Transformers came out in 1984.
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                    Hi everyone, do you remember the Mr.T cartoon (Live action Mr. T would talk at the end of the program on ethical choices and other dilemmas the team face in the episodes).
                    A Saturday morning show called the "Comic Strip" I believe it consisted of Karate Kat, Tiger sharks, and Camp Mini Monsters.
                    I also remember:
                    Big Foot and the Muscle Machines
                    The get along gang
                    Incredible Hulk
                    Glow worms or glow friends
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                        Hi I'm new.
                        Thanks so much for making this list! I was trYing to remember an old 80s cartoon about teenage monsters. I was going nuts! I found this list and the answer was Gravedale High!

                        I read the rest of this list and I realized that some of these shows are actually Japanese anime.


                        Robotech is Macross in Japan.
                        Voltron is Go Lion in Japan.
                        Transformers: Has the same name in Japan.

                        This show could be considered as "technically" anime since the animation was done in Japan.

                        JEM: The animation was done by Toei if I remember correctly.
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                          The Care Bears cartoons from DIC and Nelvana.
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                            Guys, help me out.

                            When I was a kid in Mexico, there was this cartoon show about a little knight that rode a grasshopper, and his squire was a roly-poly bug (he might’ve been a ladybug, I honestly don’t remember). They would go into battle with other bugs. I don’t think the cartoon itself was Mexican, but I could never really tell, since I don’t remember them actually speaking; they always made funny noises to each other, kinda like the Minions, in Despicable Me (so they might’ve been speaking a different language). I watched the show in the late 80’s, but it might’ve been older than that.
                            I really wish I had more info to go off of, but this is all I remember. I vaguely remember what the knight looked like, so I put a picture of him here, in hopes that someone can help me identify him.
                            Help me out, dudes! And thanks in advance!

                            -Joe
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                              • 6 months 2 days ago
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                              I vaguely remember a show in the 80's called Jamie and the magic torch. I haven't seen that mentioned. Also wind in the williws. Was the animated version in the 80's or 90's?
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                                Possibly the French cartoon by Jean Image,

                                Joë petit boum-boum


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                                  What about The Puppy's new Adventures? It's so rare today! I know some of you remembered the Scooby and Scrappy Doo/Puppy Hour.
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                                    • 3 months 5 days ago
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                                    Dont forget The puppies new adventures, which became the puppies further adventures.

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                                      The Simpsons
                                      first aired in 1989
                                      The adventures of this famous family in yellow started in the late 1980s. 'Nough said!

                                      What the list doesn't contain (yet) is a cartoon I used to watch as a kid on Sunday mornings (on DJ Kat with a "K" and a baby Linda de Mol). It was about this blonde boy and his very-R2D2-robot friend (and maybe others kids?) solving stuff. Can anyone help me identify this cartoon? :shock:
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                                        Possibly this series from the creator of
                                        the Dot series of films, Yoram Gross,...

                                        BrightSparks

                                        -view intro-

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                                          I don't think anyone mentioned the 1982-1984 Little Rascals animated series yet. Same for Richie Rich. I really liked the animated Rascals greatly, even though it got low ratings (though it did run for two seasons on ABC). It's a shame it never aired in the U.S. since ABC cancelled the series in 1984, though I did learn tbat the real life actor who played Porky in the Black and white series filed a lawsuit against Hanna-Barbera Studios for using his likeliness without his consent, and I am not sure if the series not seen in the U.S. since 1984 has anything to do with the lawsuit or settlement conditions. Either way, I really hope the Little Rascals animated series gets a DVD release, though it's wishful thinking for now.
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