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Fox dumping Sat. Morning Cartoons for Ads

Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by Stephen Orr, Nov 25, 2008.

  1. Walter C

    Walter C Cinematographer

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    I think it is sad to see Looney Tunes no longer on network TV, as there are still a good number of people who don't have cable, thus depriving this generation of seeing these great cartoons. Obivously, Warner wants people to either get cable, or buy the DVDs.

    I continued to watch Saturday morning cartoons, well into my college years and after that.
     
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    Aaron Silverman Executive Producer

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    All the more reason to collect Looney Tunes Golden Collections for our kids!
     
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    Such a shame. My kids love Tom & Jerry, but they just stare blankly at Loony Tunes. For now at least.

    Recently they've been watching Schoolhouse Rock and love it.

    I remember those two cartoons above, and remember being annoyed there were only two of them. I also remember In The News.
     
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    Sleep in!
     
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    I also remember one called "Yuck Mouth". It was in the same style only for teeth brushing. I used to love Snorks, Trollkins, Pink Panther & Sons, Richie Rich, New Scooby-Doo, 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, Turbo Teen, Rubix the Amazing Cube, Dragon's Lair, Spider-Man & his amazing friends, Plastic-Man, Clue Club, Mr.T, Rocky & Bullwinkle.....I could just run on and on. Weekday afternoons was He-Man, Thundercats, G.I. Joe, Tom & Jerry, Batman(live action). Then it was off to USA network from 6pm to 8pm for Cartoon Express. Man, those were some great times in my childhood. I buy alot of classic cartoons just for the memories. Many are already and are coming to dvd.
     

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