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What classic cartoon or childrens shows would you like to see released on DVD?

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#1 of 81 OFFLINE   DouglasRobert


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Posted January 02 2004 - 11:22 AM

What Classic Cartoon and/ or Children's Shows would you like to see released on DVD? Banana Splits Real Ghostbusters Pup Named Scooby Doo Land of the Lost (90's Version) Ewoks Droids Laverne & Shirley Cartoon Star Trek Animated Series

#2 of 81 OFFLINE   Joey Gunz

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Posted January 02 2004 - 11:50 AM

I'd like to see the 1976 Saturday morning show, The Kids from C.A.P.E.R. on DVD. I wonder if there's anyone else here who remembers this show.

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#3 of 81 OFFLINE   Rob T

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Posted January 02 2004 - 01:19 PM

X-men: TAS
Spider-man: TAS
Batman: TAS
Batman: Beyond
Justice League
Teen Titans
Conan the Barbarian
Darkwing Duck

season sets for all of them of course. Posted Image

#4 of 81 OFFLINE   Paul_Scott


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Posted January 02 2004 - 03:17 PM

since the appeal of saturday morning, or childrens tv fare is primarily a nostalgic one, i would love to see the various owners of this kind of content release "era"-centric sets.
maybe going in 5 yr chunks and sampling a wide selection of properties that have a general theme.

for example, have Artisan compile a list of all its kid programming holdings and then release box sets
vol 1 could have properties from 1960-'65
vol 2 " " '65-'70
vol 3 " " '70-'75
and so on...
just a suggestion.

otherwise i would still really like to see a Shazam/Isis box set Posted Image

#5 of 81 OFFLINE   Chad A Wright

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Posted January 02 2004 - 03:58 PM

X-Men Batman: TAS Superman Justice League C.O.P.S. Only in season sets though. Thank goodness we are about to get GI Joe in season sets.

#6 of 81 OFFLINE   Charlie O.

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Posted January 02 2004 - 05:06 PM


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Posted January 03 2004 - 04:14 AM

Jonny Quest................please! JL ______________________

#8 of 81 OFFLINE   Jim Beaver

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Posted January 03 2004 - 04:24 AM

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (80s) The Real Ghostbusters Spider-Man (90s) Toxic Crusaders Mighty Max Bucky O'Hare Mad Jack the Pirate Xiaolin Showdown Kong: The Animated Series Barnyard Commandos Defenders of Dynatron City Fish Police James Bond Jr Gravedale High Ccow Boys Of Moo Mesa

#9 of 81 OFFLINE   Gary Mays

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Posted January 03 2004 - 04:46 AM

I agree with Jody L: it has to be the ORIGINAL Johnny Quest series.

#10 of 81 OFFLINE   Larry House

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Posted January 03 2004 - 05:51 AM

I know it is/was available in Japan, but a R1 release of "Wacky Races" (1968-1970). This was a favorite of mine as a kid. "Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp". This aired opposite "Wacky Races" during its single season (1970)and I don't think I ever saw it during its initial run. Maybe I'm prejudiced because I like the soundtrack album so much. "Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies" (1970) Second for "Banana Splits"

#11 of 81 OFFLINE   Alanna


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Posted January 03 2004 - 06:20 AM

She-Ra and He-Man all the way!!! These were excellent and actually stand the test of time (I rented a few on VHS tape about five years ago and STILL liked them!) I want season sets too.
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#12 of 81 OFFLINE   Joey Gunz

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Posted January 03 2004 - 06:37 AM

I just though of a few more. They're not cartoons, but live-action Saturday morning childrens shows that aired in the 1970's: 1) Dr. Shrinker 2) Big John, Little John 3) The Red Hand Gang 4) Ghost Busters (it aired on TV years before the blockbuster movie was released. They're not related) 5) Bigfoot & Wildboy 6) Lost Saucer 7) Lidsville 8) Monster Squad 9) Space Academy 10) Wonderbug

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Posted January 03 2004 - 06:44 AM

Today's Special Dinosaurs Complete Sesame Street Seasons 1-20 Uncut Complete Mr. Rogers Neighborhood Cartoon All-Stars To The Rescue tv Special The Many Adventures Of Teddy Ruxpin Muppet Babies My Pet Monster The Biskitts Paw Paws Mon Chi Chi's Potato Head Kids Glofriends: The Quest The California Raisins Teen Wolf Camp Candy Denver The Last Dinosaur Captain Planet Police Academy Ghostbusters Dragon's Lair Silverhawks Dino-Riders Bucky O'Hare & The Toad Wars Beetlejuice Captain N & The Game Masters Thundercats GoBots: Battle Of The Rocklords He-Man: Masters Of The Universe, Movie & Specials She-Ra: Princess Of Power Bravestarr: The Legend, The Legend Returns & Series Fantastic 4 The Real Ghostbusters Mask Ewoks Popples Strawberry Shortcake Rainbow Brite & The Star Stealer & Series Wuzzles Gummi Bears Colonel Bleep Batfink Tooter The Turtle Hashimoto Sidney The Elephant George Of The Jungle - Super Chicken - Tom Slick Deputy Dawg Hoppity Hooper Mr. Magoo Heckle & Jeckle The Ant & Aardvark Chilly Willy Crusader Rabbit Fox & Crow Ruff & Ready Huckleberry Hound Pixie & Dixie Hokey Wolf Quick Draw McGraw Snooper & Blabber Auggie Doggie & Doggie Daddy Yogi Bear Snagglepuss Yakky Doodle Loopy De Loop Top Cat Wally Gator Lippy The Lion & Hardy Har Har Touche Turtle & Dum Dum Magilla Gorilla Ricochet Rabbit & Droop-A-Long Punkin Puss & Mushmouth Peter Potamus & So-So Yippee, Yappee & Yahooey Breezly & Sneezly Atom Ant Precious Pupp The Hillbilly Bears Secret Squirrel Squiddly Diddly Winsome Witch Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines The Magnificent Mutley Wing Dings Yogi's Gang Inch High Private Eye Hong Kong Phooey Dynomutt, Dog Wonder & Blue Falcon Jabberjaw Mumbly Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics Captain Caveman & The Teen Angels Yogi's Space Race The Buford Files Galloping Ghost Galaxy Goof-Ups Astro & The Space Mutts Kwicky Koala Dirty Dawg Crazy Claws The Bungle Brothers The Flinstone Kids Captain Caveman and Son Dino's Dilemmas Flintstone Funnies Pac-Man Richie Rich Yogi's Treasure Hunt The Adventures Of Don Coyote & Sancho Panda Cow & Chicken / I.M. Weasel The Adventures Of Jonny Quest Wacky Races Cattanooga Cats (Around The World In 79 Days, Its The Wolf & Motormouse and Autocat) Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch The Funky Phantom CB Bears (Blast Off Buzzard, Posse Impossible, Shake Rattle & Roll, Heeey Its The King & Undercover Elephant) The Smurfs The Snorks A Pup Named Scooby Doo 2 Stupid Dogs Dexter's Laboratory (Dial M For Monkey & Justice Friends) Scooby Doo, Where Are You? Inspector Willoughby Angry Beavers Tiny Toons Animaniacs Pinky & The Brain Taz-Mania Ren & Stimpy Rocco's Modern Life Dumbo's Circus Rescue Rangers Darkwing Duck Tale Spin Bonkers Marsupilami Schnookums & Meat Peter J Solmo's Jack & The Beanstalk (1971)

#14 of 81 OFFLINE   Scott Ware

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Posted January 03 2004 - 08:05 AM

Real Ghostbusters Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Both the original show and the new series in season sets.) Ren and Stimpy (Unedited) Doug (the Nick series) Rocko's Modern Life Salute Your Shorts Pete and Pete Nickelodeon really needs to release some of their older shows on DVD.

#15 of 81 OFFLINE   Steve...O



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Posted January 03 2004 - 09:07 AM

I'm surprised that nothing has been released on "The Electric Company" (perhaps there are rights issues).

Certainly there were some big names (Bill Cosby, Rita Moreno et al) and some classic characters (Blue Beetle, Paul the Gorilla, Letterman, Fargo North etc.)

Any it had a cooler than cool Spiderman Posted Image

I wouldn't need the complete series, but a 4 DVD boxed set featuring classic bits would be most welcome. They could even be grouped by theme: one disc of "The Adventures of Letterman" and "Spiderman", another disc of the Cos, another disc of cartoons (including the hilarious "Happy Birthday Miss Jones, you sure got nice...bones"), and so on.

It's amazing, I can't remember what I watched on TV last week, but give me a kids show I last saw in the '70s and I can remember entire sketches Posted Image

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#16 of 81 OFFLINE   Jake Johnson

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Posted January 03 2004 - 09:42 AM

Pete & Pete Ren and Stimpy Lambchop's Play-Along
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#17 of 81 OFFLINE   Doug Wallen

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Posted January 03 2004 - 10:02 AM

I really need Jonny Quest, my all time favorite animated show. I was about 8 when that show aired and it was the coolest show on Tv. I also really want Star Trek - Animated. Another vote for the Banana Splits.

#18 of 81 OFFLINE   Vic Cordova

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Posted January 03 2004 - 01:41 PM

those old will vinton claymation shows... unico the unicorn, an obscure anime, i think??? maxx (was once on mtv)

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Posted January 03 2004 - 02:19 PM

Gargoyles X-Men Adventures of Pete & Pete

#20 of 81 OFFLINE   Justin Hargis

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Posted January 03 2004 - 06:41 PM

Ducktales Darkwing Duck Gummi Bears Chip 'n' Dale's Rescue Rangers Fraggle Rock Fraggle Rock (animated) Alf (animated) Noozles The Adventures of the Little Koala The World of David the Gnome Salute your Shorts Hey Dude Thundercats Garfield and Friends Captain N & The Game Masters Double Dare (game show) Count Duckula Muppet Babies Pee-Wee's Playhouse Super Mario Bros. Super Show Today's Special (awesome theme song)

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