Thread: great cartoons on cartoon network

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    • 3 years 5 months ago
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    seeing that there is a topic called what was Cartoon Network's best year got me thinking about the great cartoons that cartoon network use to show cause back in the 90's cartoon network did use to show the best cartoons and i much rather the cartoons that was on back then to the cartoons that cartoon network shows now days. Also does anyone remember shows like two stupid dogs
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      I remember 2 Stupid Dogs. It was pretty good.
      I also liked Powerpuff Girls, Ed Edd & Eddy, Johnny Bravo, and the first season of Courage the Cowardly Dog.
      I don't like the Toonami stuff.
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        I liked season 2 of Courage...remember the screaming violin girl?
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          I don't remember exactly when I stopped liking it. Screaming violin girl, not ringing a bell. But it would be a long time ago, because I was only seeing the show when it was new and I actually had cable, so I might have seen it the first time it was on. I just remember at some point, I felt the show was straying from what made it good. I liked the pilot short with almost no words at all. I know there's only so far you can take the same characters in the same setting with that, but I didn't like how much talking was going on in the show. I think there was another thing I had issue with but I don't remember what it was.
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            classic Looney Tunes. I prefer that version over the new one (The new one is weird... it's like a soap opera, plus it lacks the slapstick comedy the original version is known for.
            90's shows and movies are awesome
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              Quote by sharkbate
              Also does anyone remember shows like two stupid dogs

              Sometimes when I look at the content made for adults, I think to myself "How did they ever get away with showing that?"
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                Quote by stake
                Screaming violin girl, not ringing a bell.

                Look up "Nostalgic Nightmares" it's at 0:30 in the video.
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                  • 3 years 3 months ago
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                  Quote by sharkbate
                  seeing that there is a topic called what was Cartoon Network's best year got me thinking about the great cartoons that cartoon network use to show cause back in the 90's cartoon network did use to show the best cartoons and i much rather the cartoons that was on back then to the cartoons that cartoon network shows now days. Also does anyone remember shows like two stupid dogs


                  The Cartoon network shows have lost interest of me except dragons riders of berk since i liked the movie
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                    I loved all the old school cartoons on CN back in the early to mid 90s, shows like Tom & Jerry, Merrie Melodies, Tex Avery's shorts, Flintstones, Scooby-Doo, Popeye, etc. I mean, the list could go on and on.
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                      Quote by jprc10
                      I loved all the old school cartoons on CN back in the early to mid 90s, shows like Tom & Jerry, Merrie Melodies, Tex Avery's shorts, Flintstones, Scooby-Doo, Popeye, etc. I mean, the list could go on and on.


                      I agree
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