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05-22-2008, 07:47 PM
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Long Post Redux...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01udB5VvFts

Le Magicien D'Oz....the song is stuck in your head forever.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05Ia4jh9shQ

Remi...A poor orphan alone in the world who's friend or pet du jour ALWAYS meet their untimely and often graphic death. I don't know why that was shown to kids. This thing made you SAD, sometimes it terrorized you. Highlight: Remi finds two nice dogs and he really enjoys them. WHAM! The dogs get devoured by a wolf. If I'm 7 years old, I'm supposed to be entertained by this? No! I didn't sleep for a week! And oh yeah, he's looking for his mom the whole series, but he never finds her. He ends the series in jail instead. Most kids didn't watch this because it was too damn depressing and hard on the feelings.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFxozkbu0_c

Hutchi...Almost as depressing as Remi, except it didn't feature people, but this bee little guy there that was drawn by a color blind man, and his friends. Another guy looking for his mom. Most of his friends met gruesome deaths as well. The classic episode where Hutchi's airborne buddies all get killed by a bug zapper is etched in my head forever. Killer theme music though.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbU-GqZo3yY

MAYA! Now this still a show starring a bee, at least this one looks like a real bee. It is way happier than Hutchi, but still had it's sad moments.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghVGyxYkWSQ

I LOVED Tom Sawyer. But this show was so un-PC. Joe The Alcoholic Child Beating Indian. Jim The Black Slave. Damn, you almost wonder how it made air. But Mark Twain was so smart. He made Jim The Slave the only fully good, fully honest man. And oh yeah, some white widow adopted Huckleberry Finn and attempted to "civilize" him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zr0t_...eature=related

Seeing this gets to me. Dans Les Alpes Avec Annette. Watch this and try to be content with the world we live in. This is has the same effect on me than that Japanese potty training video. This is so cheery, so colorful, so happy...and it's grounded to the right stuff too, like friendship and fun and familly....and then you look outside, it's gray and sad and you wipe a tear off your eye. I know I did.


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05-22-2008, 07:52 PM
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I remember when I was really, really young, maybe even before kindergarten, my mom used to turn on the T.V and heat me up a pizza pocket in the microwave and I'd sit and watch this.



Looking back on it, that's one strange show I enjoyed.

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05-22-2008, 08:03 PM
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Anyone remember this?

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05-22-2008, 08:36 PM
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Oh man, Samurai Pizza Cats, what an awesome show.

Check out the 80's cartoon intros as well, the original, and I mean the ORIGINAL Ghostbusters is wierd, but I somehow remember watching it commasplice.

Also, Thundercats are on the move, Thundercats are loose!

Other than these, I never really watched too many cartoons when I was younger, apparantly from years 1 to 5 all I watched was MuchMusic.

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Anyone remember this?
Wow, I had to post, this cartoon was my main motivation to go to school and all. I couldn't stand not watching it, I would watch all the replays even if I had already watch them. There was always these few episodes that I would nerver get to see, but that were so important to the overall story, I always made sure I would watch the cartoon IN CASE that one I missed would play again.

Come to think of if, I never actually got to see the ending of the whole cartoon.

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Take that!!!! cartoons

Behold there was a lot of ''derivatives'' of this show

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The Adventures of Aladar Mezga - Series originated in Hungary
Animated series "The Adventures of Aladár Mézga" debuted in 1972. The main character, Aladár, visits every night a different inhabited planet using an inflatable space ship. The script was partly written by József Nepp who also wrote scripts for Gustav. The are two more animated series that deal with Mézga family.
Trivia: The name "Mézga" means bad luck in Hungarian

You totally win!

Thank you. This was killing me.

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Mighty Max?
Well mighty max was great But The Adventures of Aladar Mezga Where brilliant.
Still loved the Max

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Anyone remember Dr.Snuggles?
Long answer: My sister's cat is named Dr. Snuggles.
Short answer: Yes.

But I had no idea Douglas Adams had anything to do with it.

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WOW, so many memories.

Here's a few I remember that haven't been posted.

Voltron
C.O.P.S
G.I. Joe
Teddy Ruxpin
Gummi Bears
Pee Wee's Playhouse
Police Academy: The series
Conan
Animaniacs

and ....

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Remi...A poor orphan alone in the world who's friend or pet du jour ALWAYS meet their untimely and often graphic death. I don't know why that was shown to kids. This thing made you SAD, sometimes it terrorized you. Highlight: Remi finds two nice dogs and he really enjoys them. WHAM! The dogs get devoured by a wolf. If I'm 7 years old, I'm supposed to be entertained by this? No! I didn't sleep for a week! And oh yeah, he's looking for his mom the whole series, but he never finds her. He ends the series in jail instead. Most kids didn't watch this because it was too damn depressing and hard on the feelings.
Remi sans famille! Man, I remember that show... I used to sing the intro out loud everytime I watched the show... After all these years, I still remember the lyrics... Kachino82


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The Adventures of Aladar Mezga
Man I can't find anything in english or french.
But I know I watched it before.
If only I had taped them back then.

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05-23-2008, 03:03 PM
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OMG Phil, Dans les Alpes avec Anette and Hutchi were definately the cartoons that I enjoyed the most.

What about sous le signe des mousquetaires?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ghn8i8RyjyU
I loved this cartoon!

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05-23-2008, 03:28 PM
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The Adventures of Aladar Mezga
Man I can't find anything in english or french.
But I know I watched it before.
If only I had taped them back then.
You make for a horrible Google detective

"During 2005 studios Ex-Ist prepared a new series, where the family gets acquainted with computers and the Internet."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_M%C3%A9zga_Family

"Here's the link to the TV program:
http://www.mdr.de/tv/programm/prog%5Fdetail+43207000241993.html" <----German
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0136650/

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05-23-2008, 06:13 PM
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Some Great cartoons from the 90s im sure most of you have watched. Writting them as i think of them.
Favorites are in bold

He-Man (yes even She-Ra, i was young)
Sailor moon?... Dont ask!!
Transformers
Beast Wars
Reboot

Legend of Zelda
Speed Racer
Mario Brothers
Captain Planet
Cops
Police Academy (cartoon)
Super Mario Brothers
Chip'N'Dale Rescue Ranger
Ren and Stimpy
Earthworm Jim
The Raccoons
Bump in the Night (dunno if u can consider this a cartoon though)
Bucky O'Hare



Some great Cartoons and their movie counterparts
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
X-Men
Spider Man

The Chipmunks

Anyone here remember the YTV PJs and Grogs time? I loved coming home from school just to watch that.


Also some other shows that were great.
Power Rangers
Super Human Samurai

I'm pretty sure i left some out, but enjoy the list
I use to rush home just to watch these. Now.... Other then Hockey and a few other shows..... bah boring!

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05-23-2008, 07:39 PM
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I remember watching this everyday after school on Radio-Canada when I was a kid...

yes exactly, everyday after school!

Do you remember when they found out that Aramis was a girl when she was in the bathtub and Dartagnan was spying on her/him through the door lock??
What was the name of the bad girl in the show? She had purple hair if i remember well...Milady or something?

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You make for a horrible Google detective

"During 2005 studios Ex-Ist prepared a new series, where the family gets acquainted with computers and the Internet."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_M%C3%A9zga_Family

"Here's the link to the TV program:
http://www.mdr.de/tv/programm/prog%5Fdetail+43207000241993.html" <----German
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0136650/

No I found all that but they did not have a video in english or french. Unless I missed something.

Thanks for the links though.

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Fanatastic thread! I found a few that I loved when I was young watching through all of these...

A series that I had looked for a long time, not that I loved it but I always remember it as very mystic



I have a series I remember very vaguely about some girl that got lost in Amsterdam or something like that and now had to go through all possible adventures to find her family again. I always remember the theme-song as "clementine"-something (and there is a series called that but it wasn't the one), anyone got a clue? I know it is very vague but I don't remember much.


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yes exactly, everyday after school!

Do you remember when they found out that Aramis was a girl when she was in the bathtub and Dartagnan was spying on her/him through the door lock??
What was the name of the bad girl in the show? She had purple hair if i remember well...Milady or something?
How can I forget about that?
Yeah the girl's name was Milady...

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