Thread: Saturday Morning T.V Schedule 90-99

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    • 14 years 17 days ago
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    Man i was looking at this schedule and i really got tears in my eyes....it was so sad to see this old schedule esp. from 1990 because i remember that saturday morning schedule so well (as mentioned in my article)..take a look at tell us wut you think?


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    • 14 years 17 days ago
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    I didn't watch Saturday morning cartoons during that time period.

    I've watched like 2-6 shows and that was it.

    The 80s was better when it came to Sat Am toons.
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    • 14 years 17 days ago
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    the good old days of saturday morning cartoons carried over from the 80's to the very early 90's. I think Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles symbolized the end of an era, for it was the last good saturday morning cartoon to be introduced.
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    • 14 years 17 days ago
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    I fully agree with you.
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    • 14 years 17 days ago
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    I back up that agreement
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    • 14 years 17 days ago
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    I remember watching lots of Kids shows on Channel 4 (UK) on weekend mornings ...

    Hong Kong Phooey
    Bump in the night
    Trap Door
    Hulk Hogan's Rock N Wrestling
    Sonic The Hedgehog (AoSTH and SATam)
    Super Mario World
    Earthworm Jim

    And many many more

    By the way, does anyone have a 90s TV guide for Weekend morning Television in the UK?
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    • 14 years 16 days ago
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    I remember watching whole bunch of those shows at least once on the 1990 lineup. The main ones I watched was TMNT WWF Wrestling and Garfield. It was so hard to pick which show to watch as kid because they all was good show.
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    • 14 years 16 days ago
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    Yes, I remember some shows that I used to watch since 1990 I was 8 to 17 in 1999 because some of my favorites in there.
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    • 14 years 3 days ago
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    anyone remember a show on ABC mornings thats somthing like stuwart little. Its was a kid dat had a pet mouse dat could talk and he lets the mouse ride around in his toy cars? anyone remember the title
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    • 14 years 3 days ago
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    that schedule is a holy relic of the early 90's. haha, cool
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    • 14 years 3 days ago
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    it's a great find!

    I'm going to be looking at these for a while
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    • 14 years 3 days ago
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    Brings back lots of memories. I was a huge watcher of saturday morning cartoons during the early to mid 90's.
    • 2 years 7 months ago
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    Aww! These are old memories. I am sure [url=https://www.crunchbase.com/person/andrew-yeatman]Andy Yeatman[/url] is working on getting all of these shows. He has already started making amazing kids’ shows and I guarantee that kids are going to learn a lot from it. I do miss good old shows a lot.
    • 2 years 5 months ago
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    Quote by OldSchool90s
    anyone remember a show on ABC mornings thats somthing like stuwart little. Its was a kid dat had a pet mouse dat could talk and he lets the mouse ride around in his toy cars? anyone remember the title


    That was an episode of ABC Weekend Specials, The Mouse And The Motorcycle, based on the book of the same name by E.B. White. I REALLY hated Ralph's voice. So high-pitched and screechy.
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