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Which Is Your Favorite Classic Cartoon
Jonny Quest 29%  29%  [ 5 ]
The Jetsons 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
The Flintstones 18%  18%  [ 3 ]
Scooby-Doo 12%  12%  [ 2 ]
The Herculoids 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Space Ghost 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Bird-Man 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Hong Kong Phooey 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Voltron 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Silver Hawks 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Thunder Cats 12%  12%  [ 2 ]
The Funky Phantom 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Groovie Ghoulies 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
Pink Panther 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Tennessee Tuxedo 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Aardvark & Ant 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
George of the Jungle 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Popeye 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
Other -- Please Specify 12%  12%  [ 2 ]
Total votes : 17
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Greetings All,

The topic is: Cartoons. Not the current stuff, but the classic cartoons we were raised on. Okay, most of us were raised on.

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If I could vote for two it would be the Flintstones and Scooby Doo (which my kids love and watch all the time on DVD or Cartoon Network), but since it is only one vote I decided it was The Flintstones., just for the fact that they have been around for over 40+ years and I can watch them at any time and still get something out of them, more now in my 40's then when I was under 10!!
Still love Scooby Doo as well, but Fred and Barney and the gang get the edge for me......yabba-dabba-doo!!!!!!!!!!!

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I voted for Jonny Quest.

I didn't want to vote for other, but I do like "Looney Tunes" better than Quest.

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Tough choice between Jonny Quest & Scooby-Doo. I even delayed a few days. It comes down to I 've owned Jonny Quest for a few years and still watch them. I own Scooby-Doo, but my kids watch them more then I. So ... Jonny Quest it is.

Side Note: Yes I own most of the Looney Tune collection, Tex Avery, Droopy, & even the Groovie Ghoulies - but they are my wifes, so I rarely get to watch them. :lol:


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There are alot of these I like here.

Herculoids, Jonny Quest,Pink Panther, Looney Toones............Hell even the old Rocky and Bullwinkle show I liked too.

I have been on a Quest kick lately, so I will vote for JQ.



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Tough choice between Jonny Quest & Scooby-Doo. I even delayed a few days. It comes down to I 've owned Jonny Quest for a few years and still watch them. I own Scooby-Doo, but my kids watch them more then I. So ... Jonny Quest it is.

Side Note: Yes I own most of the Looney Tune collection, Tex Avery, Droopy, & even the Groovie Ghoulies - but they are my wifes, so I rarely get to watch them. :lol:

I own all the Looney Tunes Golden collections, Droopy, Jonny Quest, all 3 of Tom & Jerry Spotlight collections, Ren & Stimpy Seasons 1 & 2, even the first Woody Woodpecker volume (which I am NOT a fan of).

You mention Tex Avery...what Tex Avery DVDs do you have? I didn't know there were any.

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Tex Avery MGM Collection. I believe she ordered it on-line but it maybe available at some of the Bigger chains.


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Greetings all,

Interesting choices for those who have voted. Hopefully we can get some more votes before we move on.

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of those listed, i voted for THE FLINTSTONES, but i must say, Looney Tunes must be mentioned..

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Regarding: Looney Tunes

Yes, I'm sure the Looney Tunes are high among everyone's list. They certainly are on my personal list. However, since the grand majority of the best ones were made for movie short subjects years and years before they appeared on TV, I didn't include them in the Poll. Certainly Bug & Daffy had a Saturday morning show but it mainly consisted of the original technicolor shorts with the occasional made for TV Friz Freling & Chuck Jones episode thrown in. So, that is why they were omitted from the list.


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I guess that's why Tom & Jerry didn't make the cut either...? (I mean the MGM Hanna Barbera ones not the modern schlock). In that case, it's a toughie - between Scooby Doo and the Pink Panther for me. But there's a lot of others on that list I loved, too.


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Tom & Jerry..pure violent genius.

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Aye... they still make me piss myself laughing even though I've watched each of them about 5000 times. :D Bloomin' marvellous stuff.


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There's a new version coming to Cartoon Network next month. Not going to be the same, but I'm definitely going to check it out. In fact, one of my other favorites has been re-invented/updated - Voltron. There's a new series, Voltron Force, that debuted on NickToons a couple nights ago. It wasn't half-bad. Not a reimagining, but an update. It takes place about 5-7 years after the original series left off. Still has the same great characters, with additions of a new generation of potential space cadets to fly the lions. Fantastic!

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Good, because Power Rangers was pretty much a bad remake of Voltron, plus there was a movie with a similar theme and look to Power Rangers with lots of explosions, so they pretty much ripped off a lot of stuff. I think it was called Inframan (1975)

http://cinemassacre.com/2010/10/13/inframan/

Anyway, I chose other G.I. Joe, the original, although I've liked the other versions too, with Extreme being the weakest. Also love the original and remade Ninja Turtles cartoons, Police Academy animated series, Generation O!, C.O.P.S., Looney Tunes, Birdman and the Galaxy Trio, Harvey Birdman: Attorney At Law and Sealab 2021. Venture Bros. is pretty cool too and Robot Chicken. And since Flintstones was mentioned, I gotta go with some other prime time animated shows, like Simpsons, Family Guy, The Cleveland Show and American Dad.


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Yabba Dabba I do Love the Flintstones, the comradery between Fred and Barney was great.

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The Flintstones were great. One of my favorite punk bands, 88 Fingers Louie, got their name from a character from The Flintstones (only appeared once).

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I don't know about all-time favorite, but as always, my favorite UNDERRATED one (and nearly my favorite underrated show, period) is WAIT TIL YOUR FATHER GETS HOME. In so many ways, it was an "adult" cartoon show that came along so much earlier than THE SIMPSONS etc. (1972), and was full of really out-there moments. Seeing any given episode would show you how much it "flew below the radar."


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Among my favorites were the Jetsons, The Flintstones, Scooby Doo where are you {First season and NONE OF THE SPINOFFS}
Tennesse Tuxcedo and his tales. Also liked Bugs Buuny/Daffy Duck;Wile E Coyote and Road Runner. : {The orginals and not their modern day spinoffs}. AMong later cartoons George of the Jungle and Goof Troop the Old Disney Cartoon okay great! Bonkers was okay {The first season- but the Miranda series made it too serious and ruined it} :twisted: :lol:
Go_Go Gophers and Underdog was okay-but i was too young to get into that-others such as TMNT {orginal series-till they began renewing it Even After Shredder and Krang end up in Dimmension X}: Dungeons and Dragons-conventional story lines but entertaining-a series ending episode and a 4th season would have ruined it! The Simpsons was okay the first season-but after that it became so boring conventional that the only good epsiodes were the Halloween episodes-yet even after the first 3/4 they got tiredly convenitonal- THe MASH Renew beyound the 4th seasons forever and ever-until WHO Cares to watch anything anymore! by the way with Henry Shearer goinf-are they going to drop his characthers-or introduce a new voice?

Talk about crossovers-Madame X in the Finstones Doctor Sinister is reintroduced as Tanya in A Man Called Flintstone--in the cartoon she always escapes while Fred and Barney play the oafs who get beaten up--in the movie she gets shot up into Outer Space with Triple X and his goons


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I must say I nearly voted for The Flintstones, but when I was young, television showed lots of old Popeye cartoons, and they really are hard to beat - I've been re-watching the pre-1940 ones again recently, and they stand up pretty well!


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Classic 1950's 1960's Bugs Bunny road Runner
Missed most episodes
Rocky and Bullwinkle...
Scooby doo where are you {1st season}

a favorite of mine was the 1980's cartoon adventure series "Dungeons and Dragons"
Ubfortunely only 27 episodes were made...the series heros/heronines could battle evil yet were stopped by expansive series and low rattings! {Big cartoondatabase} :~} {Taps} Then the TV channel kept yanking the series on and off before t was even canceled!
Still it went out ......before the MAsh syndrome came out....so polular that its contiunely renewed beyonf belief!
1st season 13 episodes which is about right per searon
2nd season 8 episodes
3rd season 6 episodes

According to Big Cartoon database=the last season:
The Dungeon at the Heart of dawn Sept 14,1985
The Time lost..............................Sept 21,1985
Odyssey of the 12th Talisman......Sept 28,1985
Citadel of Shadow........................Oct 5,1985
The Winds of Darkness.............Oct 12,1985
Cave of the Faire Dragons.........Oct 19,1985

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Warner Brothers shorts were the BEST! But I did like Heckle and Jeckle also.

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Dungeons and Dragons 1980's TV Although it had only 3 seasons...the cartoon episodes were only 27 {just enough for two full seasons}
anyway on the Dungeons and dragoons cartoon encyclopedia summary of produced episodes= plus ideas and scripts for episodes never made..but would have been a credit to the series...
http://www.dungeonsdragonscartoon.com/

In episode The Dragoons Graveyard has a mention of "Duke of Darkness'"
I was inspired to write a script/comic book storyline of how this storyline would have turned out...

Working script for Dungeons and Dragons Comic "The Adventure of the Duke of Darkness"

Storyboard Act 1 Scene 1 A town market-the kids appear. Everyone else starts running in panic
Storyboard Act 1 Scene 2 the kids are running in a desolate plain. Explosians in background

Eric:
Vengers pit of eternal doom almost
Got us That Time! Presto transport us
out of here before his Orcs catch us!!

Presto {takes off hat}
Ca..zap..zo.levatat us out of this trap

A eleavator appears with doors open-kids go inside

Eric:
Great genius...no buttons how do you start this thing?

Presto:
Eleavator...rise out..ca zoop

Eleavator disapears
Eleavator appears-everyone tumbles out

Diana:
Where ARE WE?

Dungeonmaster appears:
Acrobat you and your friends are in the domanian of the Duke of Darkness
Very evil here..but remember even in darkness light appears and balences out dark
{Dungeonmaster disappers behind rock}

Eric: {groans}
Light balencing darkness...is this crazy land a circus?



The kids start walking toward a town market. A young girl is seen with her mother

Shelia goes toward child
Can you please tell me where...?

At the sight of the kids, the townsfolk looked toward them with anger and fear
of their faces...
Townspeople: ITS THem..GET THEM

Hank:
Wait..we dont want to hurt you

Eric:
THEY WANT TO HURT US....RUN before we turned into shiskabogs!1

Kids turn and flee from town into woods

PRESTO:
They Hate and fear us...why?

Hank:
We have to know why....Shelia time to use your cloak and go back to that town.

Shelia puts on cloak and disappears.

End of Act 1
Kids are in the woods. Sound of footsteps--Shelia appears breathless and white with fear
She gives paper to Hank

Hank {reads paper}
"Wanted dead or dead the following gang..." {stops reading..puzzled}

Eric:
"Why you'd stop reading...described as...US?" {Other kids read paper}

Presto:
"Its crazy....how can we be Wanted for something...we didnt even do..?"

Suddendly darkness appears overhead

Shelia:
Whats that darkness--coming at us? The sun is shining....

The Darkness appears as a giant shape
Voice: HA HA HA

Kids {together}
VENGER!!

Voice:
You Insult me with comparrison with that mercfial bungling amateur!!
Arise golden braclets of Slavery to turn you into my bidding forever

Six flying neck braclets fly through the air toward kids

Hank fires power arrows at bracelets-which absorb power!

End of Act 1

Act 2 Scene 1 Kids are standing in shock..braclets go toward Eric--who instinctly raises shield;
shield holds but the effort is making him grimace

Eric {shouts}
Presto do anything to devert this things...

Presto:
Diversion...thats it...ca zzop

Six magical dog statues fly out of prestos hat; bracelets attached themselves to statues
A bolt of magic appears and the statues are turned into monstours wolfs
Voice {mockingly}
Thank you wizard for helping create hounds of magic...your reward will be to see each of your friends
become my slaves before you do! Just to make sure of that...apprentices come forth!

Six mirror images of our heros come forward..dressed and armed similarly..their faces are
white and evil-the mirroe images go toward our heros-only Uni has no mirror image

Both Erics:
Theres only room in this relm for one of ME!

Heros and mirror images fight against each other...after a melee each face one another.
Hank draws his bow and fires in front of mirror images-while Bobby strikes ground with
his club
Great craverse opens up between two groups. Heros and Uni run off.

Act 2 Scene 2 Kids in forest-tired and exhausted

Eric:
If it was a choice between that guy and Venger--I'll take Venger!

Bobby
How can we defeat them? Their weopons match us in every way...

Suddendly a old man dressed in silver appears in their mist..

Old man:
I'm tired of running and hiding...let this end now evilones!

Hank:
Who are you? Were not our evil couterparts...

Old man: {looks closely}
I detect pure hearts..from...you..I was Argent the Silver wizard and
my story is very sad...a long time ago I was Chief wizard of these parts..
I could bring forth beauty and goodness..I tried to banish evil from
myself...instead I created the Duke of Darkness he has been
a bane to anything he comes into contact with for Eons...when he found
weopons in the Dragons Graveyard...his malice transformed my apprentices
into his servants of evil...beware when he enslaves you and your weopons
he will become more powerful than the evil being of no name...

Eric:
Great -serving evil for eternity

Hank:
What is the source of his power?

Old man: {shows cracked amulent}
His amulent ...once it was joned with mine

Presto:
Remember Dungeonmaster said ...light balences darkness...

Hank:
If the two amulents came togther...would that be the end of the Duke?

Old man:
No..he is immortal...but it would imprison him and his servants without
any hope of escape...

Eric:
I get the feeling..we are going to something herically dangerous.....

HanK;
Heres the plan


Act 3 scene 1 Kids and old man in desolate wasteland

HanK:
His bloodhounds are attracted to magic...here goes {fires power arrow into air
where it bursts}

Darkness laugther and evil ones come into scene.
Voice:
Thank you hounds ...your reward will be to bring the weopons to me!
Servenats enslave the pure hearts.

General melee breaks out.
Eric: {both}
YOU AGAIN??

Voice:
You Argent...will be the first to be enslaved...

Hank runs away from his evil couterpart-aimes arrow at amulant in Argent hand.
Fires arrow which takes amulant toward center of dark figure

Voice: NO............No...

silver Amulant strikes dark amulant...a whirlwind engulfs Duke of Darkness; his magic hounds;
the Evil twins...mantle of darkness

The Kids begin to cheer until they realize to their shock and horrar that
Argent is....GONE

Bobby:
Where...did...he ...go?

Hank picks up amulant.
Argent in amulant speaks:
I am sorry my young friends that I could not tell you the consequences of what
would happen when the amulant was restored...for all magic conected to it
weather for good or evil...must remain imprisioned within it for eternity.
Farewell..and good luck to your jouney home..

Hank drops amulent:

Dungeonmaster appears!
Dungeonmaster:
Barbarian Do not greive for my old friend Argent fate...if he was the unwhitting author of the Duke of Darkness, he will now do all he can to keep this particular evil from being a bane to the relm.

Diana:
But whats to prevent someone like Venger from using it for evil?

Eric:
Throw it into a bottomless well!

Dungeonmater:
A good suggestion Cavilier!
{Dungeonmaster waves his fingers and amulat disappears}

Shelia:
Look the evil darkness is vanishing..the barren ground is growing and birds are singing

Dungeonmaster:
Now back to the relm..this adeventure has given you are all a step nearer to your own world
{Everyoe vanishes}

FINNIS

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their was an episode of Batman where Riddler leaves a clue ---but no answear and no follow up episode
http://66batman.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3447

PS in regard to Dungeons and Dragons cartoon seires
opinion of "The Winds of Darkness" usually listed as the last episode shown before cancellation--I rate it as Fair-due to the somewhat weak storyline. shown oct 12, 1985
Opinion of "Cave of the Faire Dragons" the actual last episode made/shown before cancellation----I rate it as a Good episode-despite a few chronological vistal mistakes. shown oct 19, 1985

See Big Cartoon datatabase listing for orginal showings.................


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I don't know about all-time favorite, but as always, my favorite UNDERRATED one (and nearly my favorite underrated show, period) is WAIT TIL YOUR FATHER GETS HOME. In so many ways, it was an "adult" cartoon show that came along so much earlier than THE SIMPSONS etc. (1972), and was full of really out-there moments. Seeing any given episode would show you how much it "flew below the radar."


I remember that. it was real good. IIRC Tom Bosley did one of the voices (father?)

the old old 1960s Fantastic Four was freaky (in a good way). nobody voiced drama like Paul Frees. I had a memory of him voicing Galactus but upon further recollection he voiced The Watcher.


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