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Top 10 Cartoons list

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by younger1968, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. younger1968

    younger1968 Well-Known Member

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    Hi all,
    I am child of the late 1960s and 1970s when saturday morning cartoons ruled the airwaves. Here is my top 10 list
    1. Star Trek - The animated series
    2. Return to the Planet of Apes
    3. New Adventures of Gilligan
    4. Scooby-Doo
    5. Pink Panther (The Inspector along with the ant and the aardvark
    6. Speed Buggy
    7. Jabberjaw
    8. Sealab 2020
    9. Jeannie
    10. Banana Split
    Honorable mention would be partridge family 2200AD,Tarzan,Superfriends, batman, superman, roman hollidays and wait till your father gets home.
     
  2. derosa

    derosa Well-Known Member

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    I'm the same age a Paul, and watched similar shows.
    I guess my favourites list would be made up mostly of 70's cartoon block shows
    that I watched on Saturday mornings when I was a kid. Those shows from that time
    capture most of the nostalgia I have for cartoons.
    1972 - Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids
    1973 - Superfriends
    1974 - Hong Kong Phooey
    1976 - The Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Hour
    1976 - Tom & Jerry/ Grape Ape/Mumbly Show
    1977 - Scooby's All-Star Laff-a-Lympics
    1977 - The All-New Super Friends Hour
    1978 - Tarzan and the Super 7
    1979 - The Plastic Man Comedy-Adventure Show
    1982 - The Incredible Hulk & The Amazing Spiderman
    I'd have a different list, adding the 1960's shows that were reruns, or have seen in some form
    different from or since they originally aired, mostly due to their being available on dvd, or in syndication.
    So I would add some of these classics that I didn't see in their first run:
    The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour
    The Flintstones
    Jonny Quest
    Top Cat
    The Jetsons
    The Batman/Superman Hour
    The Herculoids
    The Archie's Comedy Hour
    Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies
     
  3. younger1968

    younger1968 Well-Known Member

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    I do have some 1960s shows as well, like the herculoids or jonny quest or aquaman or batman 1968 cartoon. There is some live action shows i like as well such as Shazam, Far out Space Nuts, Land of the Lost, Ark II, Jason and Star Command, Ghost Busters, Monster Squad, etc. The 1970s was a great era to be a kid, especially in lieu we did not have the gadgets that today's youth have in terms toys to play with. I also remember my dad saying after cartoons are over i want you outside playing. I think i spent a lot of time at the park playing sports and doing things. I go to parks today on my bike ride and in many cases they are empty. I believe being physical active also leads to active lifestyles.
     
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    Hot Wheels
    Skyhawks
    Star Trek
    Return to the Planet of the Apes
    Jonny Quest
    Space Ghost/Dino Boy
    Moby Dick and Mighty Mightor
    Fantastic 4 (1967)
    Lassie's Rescue Rangers
    Spiderman (1967)
     

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