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Old Aug 21, 2008, 2:52pm   #16
 
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Superb! Forgotten about the THUNDERCATS!! They rock too
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It's a pretty random chain of words to come up with all at once, eh?

'By the power of grayskull.
I HAVE THE POWERRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!'

While we do 80's theme tunes, what about:



Another fave of mine
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Was that one actually televised?
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Old Aug 21, 2008, 4:57pm   #25
 
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My favs when I was a young child in the 70s
Tom and Jerry
Top Cat
Scooby Doo
Bagpuss
Mr Ben
The Flintstones
Hong Kong Phooey
The Magic Roundabout
The Wombles
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Was that one actually televised?
I doubt that was intended for a kids prime time slot at all, probably recorded for a laugh or prank and not intended for broadcast. How did they keep a straight face recording it, I wonder how many takes there were, expect the out-takes would be even more hilarious.
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Old Aug 21, 2008, 6:57pm   #27
 
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How about

Captain Pugwash Interactive Storybook



Starring Capt Pugwash, Master Mate, Willy, Seaman Staines ( hum Staines - where have I heard that recently) and not fogetting Roger the Cabin boy (by the way where is Gary Glitter now ?)

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We get our 3 year old boy dvds of Tom and Jerry at the moment, he loves em,cracks him up.... cant beat the old classics...
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My favs when I was a young child in the 70s
Tom and Jerry
Top Cat
Scooby Doo
Bagpuss
Mr Ben
The Flintstones
Hong Kong Phooey
The Magic Roundabout
The Wombles
If we're including none cartoons - i gotta endorse most of fibonellis, with the addition of Postman Pat, and Thomas The Tank Engine!

I used to love the summer hols, when i'd get up to watch early morning cartoons, with the odd super drama series thrown in - The adventures of Tom Sawyer
Silas was not bad also, even if the dubbing was horrendous .
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If we're including none cartoons - i gotta endorse most of fibonellis, with the addition of Postman Pat, and Thomas The Tank Engine!

I used to love the summer hols, when i'd get up to watch early morning cartoons, with the odd super drama series thrown in - The adventures of Tom Sawyer
Silas was not bad also, even if the dubbing was horrendous .
Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn - good stuff! I remember Silas too

Did anyone ever bother with She-Ra? Or did we just think it was a feminised He-Man?

And if we're talking about films rather than cartoons... (And we leave out Dr. Who since it's back on again!)

What about......



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