whats your favourite kids programs....

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by moominboy, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. moominboy

    moominboy Gigabyte Poster

    going by a fair majority of posts here i think it's safe to say we're all severely in touch with our inner child so here we go........

    what's your top five, all time , old programs/cartoons/episodes?

    1.Thundercats
    2.The Moomins
    3.Transformers
    4.Knightmare
    5.Button Moon

    oh but there's sooooo much choice....!! :tongue


    EDIT:ok i've changed this because i think it'd be a better result if we include things like the a team, or mr ed etc...
     
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  2. Aureilius

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    Off the top of my head:

    Ulysses 41 (sp?)
    Battle of The Planets
    He-Man (the old one)

    But Kinghtmare was cool :)
     
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  3. Dream_In_Infrared

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    In no particular order:

    Scooby Doo [not the incarnation with Scrappy! yuk!!!]
    Battle of the Planets
    Dangermouse
    Rhubarb ['n Custard]
    Tom and Jerry [don't care if they were re-runs, still loved them]
     
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  4. zimbo
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    Hmmm..


    A Team
    Ninja Turtles
    Scooby
     
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  5. damienj3

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    my favourites are
    Tots TV
    Rosie and Jim
    Fairly Odd Parents (They crack me up)
    My parents are aliens
    Sabrina the teenage witch.
    I'm starting to think I'm still a kid. :oops:
     
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  6. Bluerinse
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    The Magic Roundabout
    The Flintstones
    Top Cat
    Thunderbirds
    Tin Tin
     
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  7. Boycie
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    Thomas the Tank engine :biggrin

    Roly Mo

    Story Makers

    Come Outside

    Pingu

    Andy Pandy

    That is for my Kids.

    For me:

    Grange Hill

    Chocky

    Rent a ghost
     
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  8. Aureilius

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    Rent a Ghost. Haha. :)

    Forgot that one.

    Other than that bird from Corrie, what became of the rest I wonder..

    Great show though.
     
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  9. Tyler D

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    Battle of the Planets (No 1 without doubt)

    He-Man

    Mask (cartoon not the film)

    Thundercats

    Bat Fink

    Hong kong fuey
     
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  10. moominboy

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    looks like im in the minority, erm.... i don't remember battle of the planets :oops:

    EDIT:had a quick look, and if this is it [​IMG] then i do remember it but vaguely, and can't say i ever watched it properly....
     
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  11. Tyler D

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    Thats it moom :D classic :cheeseyg.

    If memory serves me correctly that is Jason in the Pic *waits for someone to correct me*
     
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  12. moominboy

    moominboy Gigabyte Poster

    this site is awesome folks.

    apologies if this duplicates but i posted it then the connection was cut by remote server so here it is again1

    http://tv.cream.org/specialassignments/themes/1.htm

    although it's a good site, it's missing greats like thundercats and catch the pigeon so if someone finds a more comprehensive site, please tell me! :tongue
     
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  13. Dream_In_Infrared

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    Oh dear, I forgot so many. Hong Kong Phooey, Top Cat, Rent-a-ghost, Magic Roundabout, etc.. There are so many good ones. Then there were the Saturday morning shows too, Swap Shop and Tiswas, that have not had a mention yet.

    Moominboy: Battle of the Planets was a classic and it is arguable that its cartoon style was a precursor to the manga revolution that followed on. The spaceship the 'good guys' flew was called The Phoenix and they could make it become super-fast or invincible or whatever by transforming it into a burning, writihing mass of flame, in the shape of a phoenix. [sorry if some of that was vague or incorrect, I am writing this from memory.]

    Also, when you say 'catch the pigeon' are you referring to Dick Dastardly and Mutley and The Whacky Races? Yet another must-watch.
     
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  14. moominboy

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    nah i think catch the pigeon was a spin off from wacky races but still had all the characters from wacky races in it.

    just chasing a pigeon.....every episode.........why?
     
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  15. Weemez

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    Does anybody remember Pole Position on Saturday morning TV in about mid-eighties, that done it for me!
     
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  16. Dream_In_Infrared

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    Moominboy: yeah, that was Dick Dastardly and Mutley. Am sure that was the name of the programme. Was the same as the Roadrunner/Wylie Coyote format but still damn funny.
     
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  17. tripwire45
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    From when I was a kid:

    Jonny Quest
    Fireball XL5 (used puppets on strings way before the Thunderbirds)
    Bugs Bunny (what a shock)
    Space Ghost (ok...I think it sux now)
    Scooby Doo (always classic)

    Seen as an adult:

    Batman (the WB series)
    The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (inconsistent, but still a good watch)
    Dexter's Laboratory (it really cracks me up)
    Scooby Doo (still classic)
     
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