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Cartoon Memories

Updated on March 19, 2015

Remember Saturday Morning Cartoons?

I remember when my brothers and I would wake up early to watch Saturday Morning Cartoons. From 8am to 11am we were entertained with Popeye, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tom & Jerry, Scooby Doo, Fat Albert and The Flintstones.

Even after school we could catch an episode of Mighty Mouse or Underdog. Those were good times and great memories.

Ah, to be young again in that period of time! Enjoy Cartoon Memories! Thanks for looking!

Saturday Morning Cartoons


Underdog is a sweet, humble and lovable Shoe Shine boy who turns into a superhero when trouble arises. Sweet Polly Purebred, the helpless damsel in distress, would call upon Shoeshine Boy when trouble was near. ShoeShine Boy would spring into action and enter the nearest phone booth where he transforms into the great superhero!

Underdog's Villians Characters included:

Simon Bar Sinister, as the mad scientist and his assistant Cad Lackey.

Riff Raff, a wolf gangster, causing trouble where ever he goes. Riff Raff had several members of his gang. Sandy the Safecracker, Mooch, Spinny Wheels, Dinah Myte, Nails the Carpenter, Needles the Tailor, Smitty the Blacksmith, the Witch Doctor, and several other unnamed members.

Underdog Cartoons

Tom and Jerry Cartoons

Tom and Jerry is one of my all time favorites. I enjoyed watching Jerry always trying to get the best of Tom. With Tom always losing the battle. Lol! Even at the age of 44, I still catch an episode now and then on the Boomerang Channel. :)

Tom is a grey domestic house cat, who lives in a house with Jerry, a small brown mouse with surprising strength and wits. Numerous efforts are made to catch Jerry, but poor Tom is no match for this super smart mouse. Episodes usually end with Tom being tormented and humiliated. Very entertaining for both young and old.

Popeye the Sailorman

Popeye the Sailor was always rescuing petite Olive Oyl from the mean hands of Bluto. Popeye's corn cob pipe was a multi tool. The special corn cob pipe served as a cutting torch, jet engine, propeller, periscope, and the famous whistle toot.

When he ate spinach through his pipe, he would become stronger and always defeats Bluto at his evil game. Don't forget Whimpy who will gladly pay you Tuesday for a Hamburger today! :)

Popeye the Sailorman

Popeye the Sailor Cartoon Collection

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