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ErkNoLikeFire
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From: Michigan
Posted: 2011-09-23 9:23 pm   Permalink

I forgot about that one hehe. I never notice before that the character design for Big Boss is very similar to the mob boss character from the Heavy Metal movie.
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Luki
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From: Chicago area
Posted: 2011-09-26 9:27 pm   Permalink

Faves:

Bugs Bunny
Speed Racer
Battle of the Planets
Star Blazers
Flintstones
Fractured Fairy Tales
Pink Panther
Scooby Doo

Does anybody remember a cartoon with a group of people who had this vehicle with a big matrix of buttons in the middle of the dashboard? They'd push a button and their car would turn into a van, or a submarine or whatever. I cannot for the life of me remember what that cartoon was.
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The Gnomon
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From: MD-DC-VA
Posted: 2011-09-27 06:23 am   Permalink

Mighty Mouse was probably my first favorite cartoon.

Casper the Friendly Ghost was good and years later Space Ghost had its moments.

Snagglepuss was pretty good; exit stage left...right, even. Quickdraw McGraw (el Kabong).

So many great characters came out of the Rocky and Bullwinkle show, from Boris and Natasha to Dudley Do Right and Nell to the Fractured Fairy Tales and beyond.

The best cartoon I ever saw was an underground flick created by the renegade artists of the Disney company. I saw it at an erotic film festival cerca 1969. If you will recall the old black and white Disney toons with cows, this film (have no idea what it was called—hopefully someone else will know what I'm talking about) had lots of cows and all of your favorite Disney characters in basically a cartoon sex orgy.

It was kind of shocking to see Disney characters getting laid. They were drawn to perfection; the same artists that drew the regular Disney cartoon features. That was a treasure.


 
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socksoff
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From: A private Island off the coast of Macau
Posted: 2011-11-08 11:58 am   Permalink

look what i found-

http://youtu.be/6MfisiGqtEM



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ErkNoLikeFire
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From: Michigan
Posted: 2011-11-09 10:10 pm   Permalink

Cool, never heard of that one before! I just got a hold of some episodes of Dragons' Lair, Eek the Cat, and the animated movie Animalympics.....some nice semi-forgotten animation
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Cool Manchu
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Joined: Aug 03, 2003
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From: San Jose, CA
Posted: 2011-11-10 5:53 pm   Permalink

If you haven't seen this before, it's has a great wealth of vintage cartoons from the 30s and 40s. There is also a ton of other stuff up on the site, from live music recordings to audio books and literally everything in-between. Be forewarned that you could spend weeks on this this site if not years...

http://www.archive.org/details/classic_cartoons

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socksoff
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Posted: 2014-07-06 10:35 pm   Permalink

i've been watching this on netflix. very fun and brings back a lot of memories

http://youtu.be/cgN0g4vqYMg

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tikilongbeach
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From: Long Beach, CA via Dallas, TX
Posted: 2014-07-07 08:03 am   Permalink

Porky in Wackyland is my favorite cartoon of all time.
You can watch it here:
http://fan.tcm.com/_34Porky-in-Wackyland34-1938/video/1635270/66470.html?createPassive=true







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drgoat456
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From: Tucson
Posted: 2014-07-09 07:49 am   Permalink

Rocky and Bullwinkle was my favorite. Of course Bugs Bunny and Daffy. Really liked the older Donald Duck, Goofy and Chip n Dale ones too. Have a weakness for Tennessee Tuxedo, Hoppity Hooper and Yogi Bear.

 
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Thurston Howell IV
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From: Hervey Bay Australia
Posted: 2014-08-23 7:21 pm   Permalink

This thread needs to be revived, so here's my entry:

Captain Goodvibes by Sydney artist and surfer Tony Edwards circa 1970s. Tony also started the Surf zine called Tracks over here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaFxaAcbr1c

Its a wild ride if you're up for it.

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komohana
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Joined: Nov 08, 2010
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From: western australia
Posted: 2014-08-23 9:03 pm   Permalink

I never bought another edition of Tracks after the pig of steel got the chop.

The whole surf scene changed then, virtually overnight, becoming more mainstream and competition oriented.







p.s. vaguely recall a Californian surf comic character of about the same era, can't quite remember his name.

** eventually came to mind... Don Redondo.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VutqWDqEJmg




p.p.s. as grommets during the '70s, we'd pile into the Regal theatre to watch the old classic surf movies,
that weren't all that old back then, and sometimes they'd show this pearl.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ea79npseZhk


Seem to remember surfers getting barreled in the waves seen later in the clip when the car drives down to the bay,
maybe it was some other old cartoon clip...things are still a little hazy.













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socksoff
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From: A private Island off the coast of Macau
Posted: 2014-09-08 1:54 pm   Permalink

anyone watched the original tintin cartoon? i have the dvd box set



http://youtu.be/zb-9TIr31i0

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kraken
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Joined: Jun 17, 2011
Posts: 91
From: SF Bay area
Posted: 14 days ago; 7:36 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2007-02-20 20:13, gonzo wrote:
Ahem

Roger Ramjet.

They used to play these on the Filipino TV station when I lived in Angeles city . I understand that Roger popping a Proton Energy pill (giving Roger the power of 20 atom bombs in ten seconds)caused quite a few kiddie overdoses so I never saw these in the US



Actually, Roger Ramjet was an American creation, produced from
1965 to about 1970 and in syndication right from the start. The
people who put it together (it was never backed by a big name)
were mostly from Lompoc in southern California--right next to
Vandenberg Air Force Base. It's no longer shown often in the
USA, but I'm told it's now big in Australia. BTW, the producer's
name was Fred Crippen.


 
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