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I watched a loooooooooooot of TV as a kid. Being born in the mid 80s meant as kids we had it good and we even knew it back then. Saturday morning cartoons shows was the quintessential childhood ritual and I watched EVERYTHING! God, I miss the good ol' days if quality...even the opening and closing credit music/songs were frikkin' fantastic! Now it's all bullshit TV.
Edit: and Thundercats is the thing I moved on to being obsessed with, after Dogtanian.
I also find the Jabberjaw theme song quite funny as well as the intro. :D
I think they always will...well until the 'internet & mobile phone' era changes young peoples minds entirely !
Actually,these gentlemen always had me in stitches,cant thank them enough :
Top Cat was another favourite, and Dastardly & Muttley in their flying machines. And let's not forget the first secret agent show I ever got into: Secret Squirrel!
And of course, Muttley's cousin, Mumbly, the secret agent! :D
Sounds like Dick Dastardly to me. I think he and Muttley had their own spin-off show from Wacky Races.
Dastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines.
Yep, read about that on the Wikipedia page.
It might be the Dread Baron. Have a look at that Wikipedia page.
Funny that Fleming references that old Western standby in TMWTGG novel with the Mary Goodnight doll.
We'll find it yet or die tryin'!
What's up Buck?
Oh, I loved Camberwick Green, and Trumpton!
Another great favourite was Pigeon Street, responsible for making a whole generation of little girls determined to be long-distance lorry drivers when they grew up:
TOM & JERRY
THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
RAMBO FORCE OF FREEDOM
THE WORLD OF DAVID THE GNOME
THE MYSTERIOUS CITIES OF GOLD
ONCE UPON A TIME... LIFE
THE PINK PANTHER
MRS. PEPPER POT
JAMES BOND JR
and some live action series:
BATMAN TELEVISION SERIES
(for grown-ups too ;-))
MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS
(perhaps not quite for children... ;-))
(definitely not for children but I was watching it!)
HOKUTO NO KEN
And then, in my teens, I discovered
BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES
Many of the aforementioned shows I still watch, to be honest.
Stoppit & Tidyup - (narrated by the late Terry Wogan)
Fun House - (presented by the legendary mullet... and Pat Sharp)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
The Real Ghostbusters
The Real Adventures Of Johnny Quest
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles