Thread: Anyone remember the Biskitts cartoon

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    Anyone watch this when you were yuong?
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    I do remember that cartoon.. What brings me back is the dog in green that looks the most like Robin Hood and the dog in Pink (Maid Marian)... It isn't something I remember a ton about but it definitely rings that bell of mine. LOL! Thanks for sharing!
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    looks pretty whacky but unfortunatly this was before my time
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    I do. I think they use to show it during the Funtastic world of Hanna Barbera.
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    I only remember when this aired as part of USA cartoon express. The Robin Hood looking dog's name is Shiner, btw. It seems like all the good old Hanna-Barbera toons aren't aired anymore.
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    I don't remember the cartoon, but I had a colouring book of them.
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    I remember this cartoon, it was one of my favorite Saturday Morning cartoons when I was five years old.
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    This cartoon show, and another on the same network (CBS), "Trollkins", were picking up on the Smurf craze at the time (and, ironically, but not surprisingly, both shows were produced by the same studio that was producing "The Smurfs", Hanna-Barbera). Somehow, though, I personally found this one more appealing than "The Smurfs". I also had the coloring book.
    There's an issue about the casting of this show that I'm curious about:
    on this site's entry of the show, the voice of Shecky was credited as "Kip King". However, I recall that, on an appearance on "The Rosie O'Donnell Show", Chris Kattan claimed that HE played the role. So all I can presume was that he was probably going under a "stage name" at the time. Anybody got the straight poop on this?
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    Kip King was indeed the voice of Shecky, and he's Chris Kattan's father.
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    I remember the cartoon. It was pretty good.
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    Here are a couple pictures of the Biskitts.




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    Quote by ducktalesfan1977
    Here are a couple pictures of the Biskitts.






    Thanks I saw this but I forgot the name.
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