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Re: Your favorite childhood cartoons

 

Rocky and Bullwinkle

Clyde Crashcup and Leonardo

Underdog

Top Cat

Jonny Quest

Speed Racer

Kimba

and the British Imports The THUNDERBIRDS and Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.

 

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Re: Your favorite childhood cartoons


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@May5   Was that a cartoon series too?  There was a short animated film in 19Fifty-Something.  I thought it came out of Philly or Chicago?

 

Somebody posted it on another site and I looked it up and posted it here one Christmas.

 

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Re: Your favorite childhood cartoons

Captain Kangaroo

Heckle and Jeckle

Mickey Mouse Club

 

There was another one with a woman hosting but I can't think of the name of it.  We did not have that many cartoons compare to today.

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@Katcat1 wrote:

Captain Kangaroo

Heckle and Jeckle

Mickey Mouse Club

 

There was another one with a woman hosting but I can't think of the name of it.  We did not have that many cartoons compare to today.


@Katcat1   Romper Room?  With the magic mirror?

 

"Romper bomper stomper boo.  Tell me tell me tell me do.  Magic Mirror (something something)"  and then she would read some names of children she could see.

 

Turns out children would send in their names so that those with not so common names had a chance to be "seen".

 

Never liked the show myself.

 

Captain Kangaroom came to our city.  My father took me to see him.

What fun.  LOL

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@Cakers3    Bless your heart with the excellent memory.  I do remember Romper Room but not the other one.  Boy, those were the days of simple living.

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Re: Your favorite childhood cartoons

I have never heard of many of these cartoons/shows.  Some must have been produced locally.

 

I remember more my son watched and then grandson later on.

I cannot keep up with what granddaughter watches.Woman Embarassed

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Rocky and Bullwinkle.  They had that professor on, but it was a cute show.   and that barnyard rooster, with the beagle dog who was always after him.  He'd say, "I say, I say"  

There was a little chicken hawk he always sicked on the dog as food for the chicken hawk.

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Re: Your favorite childhood cartoons

not a cartoon, but Kukla, Fran and Ollie, and Ding Dong School, with Miss Frances.

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Re: Your favorite childhood cartoons

Rocky and Bulwinkle

Tweety and Sylvester

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Re: Your favorite childhood cartoons

Poll: Who's Your Favorite Looney Tunes Character? - MovieFanFare

 

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