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THE UNITED CHAINS OF FIREmember
192 posts
Location: London


Posted:
-I can already tell this is going to be one of those "oh yeh..i remember that..that cartoon kicked arse!!" threads..here goes...

does anyone remember a cartoon called Lone Star?
It was about a cowboy and his horse that had special powers e.g By the power of the wind or eyes of the hawk.....and he had loads of rocket launchers and stuff!!! it was an amazing cartoon!

and then theres touche turtle!

and dogtanion!

and wizbit! with paul daniels and that yellow star type of thingy..can you belive that i remembered the name of that programme only after remembering the star and having never thought about it for over 12 years!!

check this out:
Old Programmes!

I don't dance. I move to music - Some dumb schmuck, Blue Peter 16/9/02-------------------This morning, I sat on the TV and I watched the Sofa


CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
Not to worry. Not like it took me ages to transcribe them all or anything.

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


the mind gap.old hand
829 posts
Location: Brigadoon


Posted:
rozi - i've got the original book of what-a-mess by frank muir somewhere

wherever you go, there you are.


RoziSILVER Member
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2,996 posts
Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia


Posted:
I used to love that book!!! It was one of the best kids stories around. It was my second favourite. Has anyone else kept books from their childhood?

It was a day for screaming at inanimate objects.

What this calls for is a special mix of psychology and extreme violence...


CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
I have every thing from my childhood (including my star wars wallpaper - from 1978).

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


the mind gap.old hand
829 posts
Location: Brigadoon


Posted:
i've also still got 'now we are six' by a.a. milne
and 'the twits', 'george's marvellous medicine', and 'revolting rhymes' by roald dahl

wherever you go, there you are.


FireFly Guymember
49 posts
Location: Dunedin


Posted:
Only one of you guys has mentioned DRAGONBALL Z, but then agian it is nu skool. All of the best cartoons have been named in this thread, such a blast from the past!!

For those of you who dig Quotes: be true, be real, be a cool cat and your fire shall burn bright through all of your experiences in life and in death


Shinova:thefiredemonmember
149 posts
Location: in the minds of many


Posted:
Pirates of Dark water was cool the old mario cartoons was cool too,
uh, lets see all the greats have been named. But i like the old T/J cartoons. Itchy and Scratchy couldn't comepete. And nu school is cool to.
Does anyone here watch "Adult Swim"
i'm sorry i just love anime.
_____________________
"It's clobberin' time".:The Thing.

Bendymember
750 posts
Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia


Posted:
Cantus - Bravestarr's horse was called 30-30. My uncle took this and turned it into a teasing name "Erdy-Ferdy"....don't ask!!

Incidentally, 30-30's gun was called Sara-Jane

Speed of a puma, Strength of a bear, Eyes of a hawk!

Not a cartoon, but who didn't love the Banana Splits!?

Courage is the man who can stop after only one peanut


CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
I was only 10-10 out. Give me a break.

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


bountymember
33 posts
Location: ny


Posted:
the bounty show..starred this kid working his way towards his dream of becoming an artist while fighting his demons inside him...it was great...

bounty

follow what you feel...you alone will decide what's real...anyone can be your brand new love


CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
You're not confusing the word "cartoon" with the word "dream" are you, by any chance bounty?

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


bountymember
33 posts
Location: ny


Posted:
lol...damnit i always do that how did you know? Well if you would donate to the bounty foundation i could have 'real' art tools just $679..lol and live it and call it bounty's realworld

bounty

[ 02 September 2002, 14:30: Message edited by: bounty ]

follow what you feel...you alone will decide what's real...anyone can be your brand new love


SorchaTheFlamingmember
235 posts
Location: Calgary alberta Canada


Posted:
care bears
my little pony,
glow worms
thundercats
ghostbusters
he-man
she-ra (still got them toys... i even have un opened glimmer, mermista, and entrapta...
not one of my smarter e-bay purchases...

ninja turtles..
inspector gadget..
spiderman..
*the list continues

Teach tolerance, not competition.
Send food, not bombs.


Jade Lynxmember
239 posts
Location: Laguna Beach, but i live in Denver, Colo, USA


Posted:
Jesus Christ, you people are making me feel old... =^p

Yes, Bendy, the Banana Splits! I had quite a crush on Fleagle. But then i also wanted to marry Kimba the White Lion...

The Wacky Races
Jabberjaw
Lassie's Rescue Rangers
Superfriends ("Wonder Twin Powers - DEactivate!")
i can't believe noone has mentioned
Josie and the Pussycats! I wanted to be in the Pussycats, that was my chosen career path when i was six...
The Pebbles and Bambam show
The ghastly animated Brady Bunch Kids show
Jonny Quest (ever the see the "leftover Nazi on Caveman Island" episode?)
Speed Racer
Mark of the Mouse
Dudley Doright (my dad does the most perfect Dudly Doright impression! )
and speaking of feeling old, anyone remember the animated shows of the Osmonds and the Jackson 5?

We got the MikeZ in the house, woot!Glue the ham, hat baby!


RoziSILVER Member
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2,996 posts
Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia


Posted:
I hate to admit it, but I used to have a crush on Speed Racer (please no one mention that Speed Racer was animated, that is usually what I look for in a man )

It was a day for screaming at inanimate objects.

What this calls for is a special mix of psychology and extreme violence...


Wikkamanmember
259 posts
Location: The Birthplace of BlackSabbath


Posted:
thats okay, when i was little i had had a crush on Penny Gadget!
Not anymore I'd like to point out.

[ 02 September 2002, 22:20: Message edited by: Wikkaman ]

The answer is never the answer. What's really interesting is the mystery. If you seek the mystery instead of the answer, you'll always be seeking. I've never seen anybody really find the answer-- they think they have, so they stop thinking. But the job is to seek mystery, evoke mystery, plant a garden in which strange plants grow and mysteries bloom. The need for mystery is greater than the need for an answer.-- Ken Kesey


Chrismember
11 posts
Location: Oxford, England


Posted:
Someone mentioned Centurions a while back.
They would stand in a star shape and yell "POWER EXTREME" to get their motorbike / plane or whatever 'beamed' on to them.

Also Noggin the Nog(Featuring Nogbad the Bad)
Anyone said King Rolo?

DarkFairyQueenmember
557 posts
Location: The Underworld


Posted:
I remembered something over the weekend, and I can't believe it's only just come to me as I was obsessed as a child... anyone here watch..

Supergran?

How cool was that?

An someone mentioned books, Gotta say Roal Dahl was Da Man!

xxx

Az abouve, So below...


Bendymember
750 posts
Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia


Posted:
DarkFairyQueen - Supergran was cool, and Metal Mickey!

Courage is the man who can stop after only one peanut


RoziSILVER Member
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2,996 posts
Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia


Posted:
Yay!!! So watch out... for supergran!!!

And as a pom in Australia, I did have Grange Hill withdrawals.

[ 02 September 2002, 23:30: Message edited by: Rozi ]

It was a day for screaming at inanimate objects.

What this calls for is a special mix of psychology and extreme violence...


THE UNITED CHAINS OF FIREmember
192 posts
Location: London


Posted:
i still have cartoons everyone (hopefully will have heard of), which no one has mentioned!!

:Denver the last Dinosaur

(Danver the last dinosaur,
he my friend and a whole lot more,
something, something, something,
something, something, roar)

and:

CAPTAIN BUCKY O' HARE!!!!

(Bucky, Captain Bucky O'Hare,
Does what no other rabbit would dare)

or..is it actually only me that remembers that one?

what was the programm the used to be on cbbc (the broom cupboard!) and had a really bad witch in it who used to live with a boy and the witch used to always get in trouble?...at the end of the credits, she jumps in the air

(yes..i am that mad!..why do i remember such rendom things?)

I don't dance. I move to music - Some dumb schmuck, Blue Peter 16/9/02-------------------This morning, I sat on the TV and I watched the Sofa


THE UNITED CHAINS OF FIREmember
192 posts
Location: London


Posted:
_bump bumpity bump bump bump_

THE TEENAGE MUTANT HERO TURTLES!!!

I don't dance. I move to music - Some dumb schmuck, Blue Peter 16/9/02-------------------This morning, I sat on the TV and I watched the Sofa


SmallBoy - xCarpal \'Tunnel
2,737 posts
Location: London


Posted:
Yay you 100+ posts.

Sorry nothing topic related to add.

Small Lardy Person In Disguise


Wikkamanmember
259 posts
Location: The Birthplace of BlackSabbath


Posted:
Henrys' cat!

The answer is never the answer. What's really interesting is the mystery. If you seek the mystery instead of the answer, you'll always be seeking. I've never seen anybody really find the answer-- they think they have, so they stop thinking. But the job is to seek mystery, evoke mystery, plant a garden in which strange plants grow and mysteries bloom. The need for mystery is greater than the need for an answer.-- Ken Kesey


DarkFairyQueenmember
557 posts
Location: The Underworld


Posted:
Blah...

Sacramowli-Blah tingfugarye y tatonka. no?

Az abouve, So below...


THE UNITED CHAINS OF FIREmember
192 posts
Location: London


Posted:
YES

I don't dance. I move to music - Some dumb schmuck, Blue Peter 16/9/02-------------------This morning, I sat on the TV and I watched the Sofa


TheBovrilMonkeySILVER Member
Liquid Cow
2,629 posts
Location: High Wycombe, England


Posted:
I remember bucky o'hare, didn't he fight toad/frog things?

I think it's Simon and the Witch that you're thinking about UCOF, the witch couldn't read or anything so had to go back to school right?

But there's no sense crying over every mistake. You just keep on trying till you run out of cake.


THE UNITED CHAINS OF FIREmember
192 posts
Location: London


Posted:
YES, bucky o' hare did fight frog/toad thigy me jiggies

the best news i have recieved all day!! it was simon and the witch!! i remember it so clearly..the witch spoke like jack in the vicar of dibley

I don't dance. I move to music - Some dumb schmuck, Blue Peter 16/9/02-------------------This morning, I sat on the TV and I watched the Sofa


IgirisujinSILVER Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
2,666 posts
Location: Preston, United Kingdom


Posted:
The first eppisode of The Pirates of Darkwater




Its awfull isnt it how cartoons now are so cutsie and none violent and boring. I remember things like The Pirates here, there was this eppisode where an old witch was trying to create a potion of youth and she used a vial of dark water, it worked for a minute but then she got so old she turned into a skelington right infront of you. And whats wrong with things like that I ask you?

Cartoons need to be beefed up abit like

The Pirates of Darkwater
Conan The Adventuerer
The Legend of Zelda
Captain Bucky O'Hair
Captain Plannet
Sumuria Pizza Cats

and such.Aah great tv

Chief adviser to the Pharaoh, in one very snazzy mutli-coloured coat

'Time goes by so slowly for those who wait...' - Whatever Happend To Baby Madonna?


Rouge DragonBRONZE Member
Insert Champagne Here
13,215 posts
Location: without class distinction, Australia


Posted:
Wheee! I was such a fan of Samurai Pizza Cats!!!! (And Captain Planet as well but) SAMURAI PIZZA CATS!!!!!

Apparently they don't know who holds the royalties for it dammit!

i would have changed ***** to phallus, and claire to petey Petey

Rougie: but that's what I'm doing here
Arnwyn: what letting me adjust myself in your room?..don't you dare quote that on HoP...


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