Thread: Saturday Morning Favorites

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    • 4 years 7 months ago
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    Trying to post video of ONE Saturday Morning intro but don't know how... Somebody please do it for me

    Also FoXKIDS rOCKsKIDS
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    • 4 years 7 months ago
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    Quote by Captain
    I've seen a lot of the shows mentioned already, and if there's one Saturday morning lineup of cartoons I distinctly remember, it was the Fox Kids lineup of 1998-99, which had shows such as:
    -Mad Jack the Pirate
    -Oggy and the Cockroaches
    -The New Woody Woodpecker Show
    -The Magician
    -Xyber 9: New Dawn
    -Cybersix
    -Godzilla: The Series
    -NASCAR Racers
    -All three final Marvel Animated Universe shows
    -Beast Machines
    -And reruns of X-Men, Spider-Man: The Animated Series, and Beast Wars.

    I'm trying to recapture that feeling by constructing my own custom-made blocks. I'm currently running through my first one, but have a second one all built and ready to go once the first has run its course.

    Not all of those shows aired at the same time.


    I know, I know, I'm just noting what was on during that period.
    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    as for me
    Big Guy & Rusty
    Tai Chi Chasers
    Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers
    Rocket Power
    Rugrats
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    Quote by keerjeerclacko
    Trying to post video of ONE Saturday Morning intro but don't know how... Somebody please do it for me

    Also FoXKIDS rOCKsKIDS


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpmILPAcRQo

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    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    Quote by 1990boy


    Rugrats


    You didn't see the posts below, did you?

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    Quote by thecrow174
    The original Nicktoons:

    Doug, Rugrats, and Ren and Stimpy.


    Those were Sunday morning shows.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpmILPAcRQo

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    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    i remember Yo Yogi
    that used to come on cartoon network,
    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    This is waht I recal watching frequently on Saturdays:
    Saturday Supercade, Spiderman and his Amazing Friends, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Mr.T, Dragon's Lair, The Smurfs, Pee Wee's Playhouse, Muppet Babies, TMNT, Galaxy High, Gravedale High, Challenge of the Superfriends, Captain N The Game Master, Camp Candy, Super Mario 3/Super mario World, The Snorks, ALF animated series, Richie Rich, Heathcliff & Dingbat and the Creeps. That's all I can think of at the moment
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    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    When I was in elementary school, The New Adventures of Superman changed everything back in the fall of 1965. Saturday mornings became more colorful and a heck of a lot louder, lol.

    And I miss the old time newspaper Saturday Morning preview advertisements in the Television section. The print quality was always laughable but a lot of kids in my school used to collect them.

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    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    I didn't know those were in the newspaper. I've only seen them in comic books. I have a couple, which I'll post when I have a chance at home.
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    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    Here they are

    1980, CBS


    1984, CBS


    1984, NBC


    1986, NBC
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    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    I had these 1965 comics too.
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    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    One of my favorites was Disney's Raw Toonage (Home of Marsupilami). Here is one of the Marsupilami shorts that features the NBC Peacock. As I do miss the NBC Saturday Morning Cartoons. This was a blast.
    signature Marsupilami: "No, Maurice! Those flowers were for your lady, Not your lunch! Now, What are you going to giver her?"
    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    Well mine was The USA Sunday Cartoon Express, The Funtastic World Of Hanna-Barbera, Amazin' Adventures!, The Disney Afternoon, The CBN Family Channel's Fun Town With Mayor Zak Of Zak Tales, The Marvel Action Universe, The Marvel Action Hour, Cartoon Network's Toonami, & of course The TNT Rowdy Rudy & Go Go Goat's World Famous Cartoon Show, now that is true Kids & Teens Television.
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    Newspaper Saturday Morning previews were similar to comic book ads but included air times so the whole family could know when to tune-in for the fall season premier of the new cartoon lineups.

    The newspaper "special Saturday Morning preview section" was popular in the 1960's and into the 1970's even though it was a logistical nightmare. Network cartoon scheduling was under constant revision and many local network affiliates shuffled the broadcast order, which had to be reflected across all local newspapers in many big media markets.

    Given the size of newspaper spreads lots of these special preview pages ended up as wall posters in many a kid's bedroom.
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    As I mentioned on the Marsupilami episode "Toucan Always Get What You Want", The NBC Peacock is there. This was the third and final time NBC made fun with the NBC Peacock. The first one was from the first episode of "Disney's Wonderful World of Colors" (Which debut Professor Ludwig Von Drake), And then in "It's tough to be a bird". Disney has not been doing jokes with the NBC peacock since now they owned ABC.
    signature Marsupilami: "No, Maurice! Those flowers were for your lady, Not your lunch! Now, What are you going to giver her?"
    • 4 years 6 months ago
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    I used to love the zeta project
    when I was younger
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    Quote by BuddyBoy600alt
    As I mentioned on the Marsupilami episode "Toucan Always Get What You Want", The NBC Peacock is there. This was the third and final time NBC made fun with the NBC Peacock. The first one was from the first episode of "Disney's Wonderful World of Colors" (Which debut Professor Ludwig Von Drake), And then in "It's tough to be a bird". Disney has not been doing jokes with the NBC peacock since now they owned ABC.


    That was a great video BuddyBoy600alt, it brought back some cool memories!
    The Eldorado is dead. Long live the Eldorado.
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