The Herculoids were fantastic;
Space Ghost was cool;
Chip 'n Dale ("We're Chip 'n Dale . . . I'm Chip . . . no, I'M Chip . . .");
The Space Cadets (Kiddettes?) ("I'll boil them in moon oil . . .")
oh, oh, oh - UNDERDOG ("Soon I'll have all the world's water . . .")
and ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE ("Nothing up my sleeve . . . pulls out ROARING LION . . . Hmm, guess I should get a new sleeve . . .")
and the other little cartoons on their show like George of the Jungle (watch out for that tree!), Commander McBragg, Aesop's Fables, Mr. Peabody and his Way-Back Machine . . .
And the Wacky Racers ("We'llll nevvverrrrr maaake ittttt . . .")
Ya, ya, I know - evidence of a childhood well-spent . . .
I remember that watching Willow The wisp was a family occasion in our house. It was only on for about five minutes at the end of the afternoon childrens telly, me and my sister were both teenagers, Mum and Dad would have just got in from work and the antics of Evil Edna always got us debating on just how evil she really was...Good memories...
The most entertaining and creative cartoon EVER was "One Froggy Evening." Not a single word is spoken throughout the entire script - using only motion and music, the story is told about a singing, dancing frog who's shy in front of a crowd. One on one, he belts out songs like crazy, but when the owner tries to cash in on a singing frog, the frog is eerily silent.
This cartoon should be seen by every man, woman, and child to learn to express themselves through silence. It is AWESOME!!! And only about three minutes long! I believe it's a Warner Brothers' cartoon but I'm not sure. Anyway, check it out and pass the word.
As a writer, I am totally intrigued by this silly yet poignant cartoon, and you will be, too.
Linda Robertson, Clovis CA
Smurfs. How can you not like little blue creatures living in a forest. There are so many personalities that you will fall in love with. It was great fun back in the day. Would enjoy watching reruns. Also, another personal favorite is the Flintstones. It was great fun as well.
First: Looneytoons: Sylvester and Tweety. Secondly, I had a fetish for Fractured Fairy Tales, a cartoon that was featured on the Bullwinkle cartoon show. Fractured Fairy Tales was shocking and hilarious because it distorted the old familiar fairy tale stories and changed the endings. The mystery of how they'd end a familiar tale kept me tuned in to the next cartoon episode. For a third choice, Bullwinkle's Dudley Dooright was pretty funny, too.
Thundercats, Thundercats, Hoooooo! That would be Lionel from thundercats!
Tom and Jerry was my most favourite cartoon as a child- i enjoyed their hilarious cat and mouse chase and their funny adventures.
Too many to mention! Battle Of The Planets, Dungeons and Dragons, all the Looney Tunes.....
From today's I would have to say that I love Spongebob Squarepants, hillarious!
by optimus grimlock 8 years ago
With all the cartoon of the 80's mad into movoies what do you want to see next on the bigscreen? Voltron and thundercats!
by rikabothra 6 years ago
Which is your all time favourite TV cartoon?
by jessica011 5 years ago
Hey Cartoon Fans, Can anyone tell me which cartoon or animated TV shows you like it..My favorite animated show is Boondocks episodes.I like lots of episodes in this show.
by LailaK 7 years ago
What was your favorite childhood TV show, cartoon, or program?
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
What was your favorite cartoon to watch when you were a child?Cartoons are not what they used to be a few decades ago. Share three of your favorite classic cartoons. Mine were Bugs Bunny, The Road Runner, and the Flinstones.
by Preethi Anusha 6 years ago
What is your Fav cartoon show ?I loooooove Simpsons
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