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Sheila
28 Posts
13 years, 8 months ago
Hi guys!

It's that time of the year again. I randomly remember a cartoon and just cannot think of its name!

There was this - rather old - cartoon about a sort of merman (?) superhero. Not sure if he actually had fins, but he mainly operated under water...
As far as I can remember he looked a bit like Spock from Star Trek, and I thought his name was Prince Nemo or something like that, but I can't find anything???

The animation was quite basic, so possibly 60s or so??

Please help. :)
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    abrindlek
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    13 years, 8 months ago
    Submariner.

    The guy's name was Prince Namor.
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      eddstarr88
      6987 Posts
      13 years, 8 months ago
      I remember the Filmation animated series called "Aquaman" from 1968 to 1970. Think there was also a "Superman/Aquaman Adventure Hour" in 1969, it used to come on before the first "Scooby Doo" on CBS. Like a typical Filmation series "Aquaman" was poorly rendered. He looked like a blond pretty boy and was always riding on a creepy giant seahorse, guess he was saving his legs for soccer. Aquaman's enemies were losers like "Black Manta" and "The Brain". The series also had an old timey announcer/voice over guy giving the kiddies a heads up on the action. He sounded a lot like Ted Knight the shallow tv news anchorman from the "Mary Tyler Moore Show".





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        Sheila
        28 Posts
        13 years, 8 months ago
        Hi!

        Submariner / Prince Namor is the one, thanks abrindlek! :)

        But thanks to you also, eddstarr88. I don't know that Aquaman cartoon, but it sounds interesting! Loving the look of that seahorse. :P
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          eddstarr88
          6987 Posts
          13 years, 8 months ago
          Cool Sheila. Submariner kinda creeps me out.

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