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    The cartoons of your pre-teen years

    When I was 4, "Momo & Ursule" was my fave.



    Then when I was 5/6 years old, it was "Waldo Kitty". And "Hong Kong Fooey". Damn I was mad for those two.

    I loved "Scoobidoo" too, and "Wacky Races".

    What did you dig watching when you were a kid?
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    Jérôme Frenchise, don't tell me you didn't "read"; Natasha, Hôtesse de l'Air...
    My husband always (and STILL) drools over that woman... and woman she is!

    Other than that, we liked;
    "Tintin", "Lucky Luke", "Asterix", "Philou", "Bob Moran", "Rick Ochet", "Albator" et autres...
    I read almost all of the "Martines"...
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    Originally posted by blonddgirl777
    Jérôme Frenchise, don't tell me you didn't "read"; Natasha, Hôtesse de l'Air...
    My husband always (and STILL) drools over that woman... and woman she is!

    Other than that, we liked;
    "Tintin", "Lucky Luke", "Asterix", "Philou", "Bob Moran", "Rick Ochet", "Albator" et autres...
    I read almost all of the "Martines"...
    O f course I did (read)! Walthery's "Natacha", mmh, ahem! ... used to arouse a certain zone of er...

    I still know every single "Tintin" by heart, I liked Asterix and Lucky Luke too, but not as much.
    "Gaston Lagaffe" was like "compulsory". "Les tuniques bleues", "Achille Talon" (my top fave, this one) and many other "bd's"...

    "Martine" used to produce the same effect as "Natacha" when I was 4 or so and had a look at a few volumes in my (young) aunt's room... I found the design fantastic, and I had a soft spot for Martine.

    But I intended to evoke cartoons in particular.
    There's a great site that classified them old TV programmes, which is called TV Ark where you'll find loads of trailers, mostly, but also many programme extracts. At least out of curiosity it's worth having a go.

    http://www.tv-ark.org.uk

    BTW, it wasn't a cartoon, but at the same period, around 1975, I went crazy for "Here come the double deckers"... I know, when you see that today it looks and sounds ridiculous, you'll say to yourself "how could I enjoy that?!", but I think that what counts is how you felt at that time.

    Here are the trailers, intro and outro. Sorry, I couldn't resist.

    http://www.tv-ark.org.uk/childrens/c...eckers1970b.rm

    http://www.tv-ark.org.uk/childrens/c...eckers1970a.rm
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    The Transformers ... Challenge of the Gobots ... Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
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    Originally posted by Dr. Love
    The Transformers ... Challenge of the Gobots ... Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
    Oh, I missed that, I was too old already... So much the better!

    I never got into the Japanese stuff. But I recognize that what I used to watch was naive too...

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    A varying diet when I wasn't listening to music and/or playing with the girl next door:
    Disney (the "regular" toons and those specials á la Fantasia), Hanna-Barbera, Care Bears, Lucky Luke, TMNT, Tex Avery-toons, Inspector Gadget, those Asterix-movies, He-Man...

    There's more, but my memory is a bit sleepy at the moment.
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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Speed Racer, My Little Pony, Pound Puppies, The Real Ghostbusters, Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, and Sailor Moon.
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    Originally posted by Ally_Kat
    Pound Puppies
    I remember seeing that movie...

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    Originally posted by Ally_Kat
    Pinky and the Brain,
    Ally Are You Pondering What I'm Pondering .

    Used to watch that as well, Great show....
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    Originally posted by Ally_Kat
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Speed Racer, My Little Pony, Pound Puppies, The Real Ghostbusters, Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, and Sailor Moon.
    "My Little Pony"... So cute! Sorry.

    Except the first two, it's the same that the youngest of my two sisters who is 20 now used to talk me about at the time. Plus her fave, if I remember well, "Beetlejuice".

    She was into "mangas" like most of children her age. I thought that sometimes the designers went a bit far concerning the girls's legs - but well, that's how many girls are built!

    When the Japanese started to produce cartoons towards the end of the seventies, there was a very noticeable improvement in the drawing of girls.
    In fact there weren't that many girls in the toons I saw back in the days. And when there were some, there was nothing much arousing. There were three in "Captain Caveman", two in "Scoobidoo", Penelope in "Whacky Races", but we were light years away from the boob moves under shirts, and the buns that don't take you much effort to guess... In fact in the toons of the 60s and 70s you even hardly ever saw the girls' skin...

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    What the fuck is Grape Ape doing on top of the Mystery Machine?


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    Originally posted by rustoffa
    What the fuck is Grape Ape doing on top of the Mystery Machine?
    Grape Ape... The French version was "Momo et Ursule", "Momo" being the big kickass gorilla with the cap, always sitting on the tiny car of the little dog ("Ursule"). I was fond of that one which was full of nonsense, like "Hong Kong Phooey" was.

    One day I paid visit to my goddaughter at her home, when she was about 8 years old. The TV was on when I arrived, it was Cartoon Network I think, and they were just announcing "Phooey" was the next program, which I hadn't seen for more than 20 years...
    I told her about the toon, but when I noticed there was mockery on her face after a little while, saying "Did you really find this entertaining when you were a child?!", I suddenly felt much, much older.

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    Originally posted by Jérôme Frenchise
    Grape Ape... The French version was "Momo et Ursule", "Momo" being the big kickass gorilla with the cap, always sitting on the tiny car of the little dog ("Ursule"). I was fond of that one which was full of nonsense, like "Hong Kong Phooey" was.

    One day I paid visit to my goddaughter at her home, when she was about 8 years old. The TV was on when I arrived, it was Cartoon Network I think, and they were just announcing "Phooey" was the next program, which I hadn't seen for more than 20 years...
    I told her about the toon, but when I noticed there was mockery on her face after a little while, saying "Did you really find this entertaining when you were a child?!", I suddenly felt much, much older.
    That certainly was not the Mystery Machine. Thanks for passing my oldmotherfucker test!

    Phooey remains the "Number One Superguy", and Spaceghost was the shit!!!

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    Originally posted by rustoffa
    That certainly was not the Mystery Machine. Thanks for passing my oldmotherfucker test!
    It was very easy...

    Phooey remains the "Number One Superguy", and Spaceghost was the shit!!!
    I've just googled Spaceghost for it didn't remind me anything. I don't think it was broadcast here. I remember getting a sticker in the cheese cream boxes my mum and grandmas used to buy at the time.

    Hong Kong Fooey ("Fou-fou" in French, which means "scatterbrain") rather was a hero in spite of himself - an inoffensive cleaner at the police station who transforms into a kung fu wizard who manages to solve enigmas with nothing but sheer luck, while his "colleague" the cat who knocks himself out trying to show Fooey what to do and where to go, but he never ever notices...

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    It really is a universal thing, as far as animation goes. Did y'all get Fat Albert over there? It's weird that Spaceghost wouldn't have transposed, as the character is a bit of a cultural icon over here. The artsy fartsy dipshits on the cartoon channel actually did that "Spaceghost Coast To Coast" thing.

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    Originally posted by Unchainme
    Ally Are You Pondering What I'm Pondering .

    I think so Unchainme, but how do they get the bologna into those resealable packagea?

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    Originally posted by Jérôme Frenchise
    "My Little Pony"... So cute! Sorry.

    I had a whole stable full of ponies, not to mention the tent that went over the bed. I still have the Firefly pony sitting on my dresser and a ceramic pony I painted at a birthday party when I was little. (remember how in the early 90s everyone had a ceramics party?)

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    Oh fuck, George of the Jungle? Roger Ramjet? Rocky & Bullwinkle?

    Seriously funny shit.
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    Originally posted by Nickdfresh
    Rocky & Bullwinkle?
    You wanna talk about some artsy-fartsy shit? "They" used to do this viewing thing @ Emory University on Friday nights. Anyway, I cuntvinced an old friend of mine to loop the classic "Thanks alot Mr. Knowitall!!" Rocky clip at the onset.

    LMFAO....noone got it.

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    I loved Jonny Quest. I have all the old episodes on DVD and my kids love it as much as I did. Good cartoons are timeless.
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    Ren and Stimpy! Ok i wasn't a pre-teen anymore then. They used to show 5 minute WB toons on TV at 7:20 am when i was a kid. I always watched them before going to school. A few years before that it was Inspector Gadget and Transformers plus some others i don't remember anymore on Sky TV, on cable. And who can forget the original HE-MAN!?
    Skeletor had the coolest bad guy voice this side of James Earl Jones.
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    I was a huge fan of Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Jonny Quest, Jonny Sokko and his Giant Robot and of course ULTRAMAN!!!!!!!! Lets not forget the classic Looney Toons, especially the episode where Daffy Duck is Robin Hood. YIKES AND AWAY!!!!!!!!!
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    Originally posted by Nickdfresh
    Oh fuck, George of the Jungle?
    That one was hilarious, yes. But it only arrived her in 1983 or so.

    There are several toons that that are mentioned here that I've never heard of, but then maybe it's only because of how they were translated.

    In 78 we got the Japanese "Goldorak", which made every little boy go nutty as soon as the first 1/10 second of the trailer.

    [img]www.geocities.com/flygoldorak/Goldorak_1.jpg[/img]




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    Originally posted by Jérôme Frenchise
    ... In 78 we got the Japanese "Goldorak", which made every little boy go nutty as soon as the first 1/10 second of the trailer.

    [img]www.geocities.com/flygoldorak/Goldorak_1.jpg[/img]

    We had that too but being a "girly girl" who prefered the Japanese cartoons like: "Candie", "Heidie", "Mini Fée" etc... I didn't care for "Goldorak"...
    But the little boys where crasy about it!

    "Goldorak, GO!... Goldorak, tu es plus fort que les anges de la mort..." L.O.L.

    Did you like "Albator"?
    I wanted to marry a guy just like him...

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    Flintstones, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Underdog, Jetsons, Speed Buggy


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    Originally posted by blonddgirl777
    Jérôme Frenchise, don't tell me you didn't "read"; Natasha, Hôtesse de l'Air...
    My husband always (and STILL) drools over that woman... and woman she is!

    Other than that, we liked;
    "Tintin", "Lucky Luke", "Asterix", "Philou", "Bob Moran", "Rick Ochet", "Albator" et autres...
    I read almost all of the "Martines"...
    Weren't you busy watching Passe-Partout or Les Cent Tours De Centour? How about Bobino?

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    Originally posted by blonddgirl777
    We had that too but being a "girly girl" who prefered the Japanese cartoons like: "Candie", "Heidie", "Mini Fée" etc... I didn't care for "Goldorak"...
    But the little boys where crasy about it!

    "Goldorak, GO!... Goldorak, tu es plus fort que les anges de la mort..." L.O.L.

    Did you like "Albator"?
    I wanted to marry a guy just like him...
    "plus fort que les anges de la mort..."
    What wouldn't we swallow back then!

    Like, "Stronger than the power of death of the Darkness... of death!" :confused:

    "Albator" was a bit of that kind.

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    Originally posted by Mr. Vengeance
    Flintstones, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Underdog, Jetsons, Speed Buggy

    I would have dug Speed Buggy if I could have seen it.

    There was "Michel Vaillant", as far as comics, that was very well designed at the time.
    But as far as racing cartoons all I had was "Wacky Races", which was kickass.


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    Originally posted by Mr. Vengeance
    Weren't you busy watching Passe-Partout or Les Cent Tours De Centour? How about Bobino?
    I watched "Bobino" every single day, from age 3 to 7-8...
    Also, they had us watch "Les cent tours de Centour" at pre-school, along with "Les Oraliens".

    When "Passe-Partout" came on, I was already too old for that (it was really annoying me).

    But those where not cartoons.

    "Fanfreluche", "Picotine", "Nic st Pic", "Marie 4 Poches", "La Ribouldingue", "Major Plum Pouding", "Sol et Goblet" etc...

    WHERE DID YOU GROW UP to know all that?

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    Originally posted by blonddgirl777
    I watched "Bobino" every single day, from age 3 to 7-8...
    Also, they had us watch "Les cent tours de Centour" at pre-school, along with "Les Oraliens".

    When "Passe-Partout" came on, I was already too old for that (it was really annoying me).

    But those where not cartoons.

    "Fanfreluche", "Picotine", "Nic st Pic", "Marie 4 Poches", "La Ribouldingue", "Major Plum Pouding", "Sol et Goblet" etc...

    WHERE DID YOU GROW UP to know all that?
    jesus christ....I wonder if you and I were in the same kindergarden class??? We had to watch Centour and Oraliens all the time! With that stupid parrot that was always saying cacaouette (or however peanuts is spelled in french)

    I grew up in Westmount. I went to St. Leon grade school.

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    Originally posted by Mr. Vengeance
    ... I grew up in Westmount. I went to St. Leon grade school.
    Well... I'll be damned! L.O.L.

    Westmont... still one of the most beautiful area of Montreal...

    I grew up in Ville Emard (near Lasalle and Verdun) and now live in Ahuntsic...
    The school boards around the city had us all listen to the same things I guess...

    "Caaaaliiiiinelle, je veux des cacaouettes...!" with Madame Pointue hitting everyone on the head her ombrella L.O.L.
    Cents Tours and les Furottes where kinda scary/weird sometimes (I was 5)...

    Too funny...

    If you don't mind me asking, what part of Canada did you move to?

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    Originally posted by Ally_Kat
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain
    <3 Ally

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    PRINCE PLANET !!!

    I bet no fucker even remembers that one
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    Here he is !

    He was my hero when I was 4 !!!!

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    The Noozles. Do you know how long it took me to find out the name to that show? I used to come home from school, turn on Nick, and pray I didn't miss it.

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    Originally posted by Panamark


    Here he is !

    He was my hero when I was 4 !!!!
    Now see, I used to have a small figure that looked like him but in an all white space suit thing with green boots and green detail. No helmet (i dont think)

    I can remember my parents buying it in the store, I can remember taking it everywhere, and I can't remember where I put that thing. It's prob somewhere in my room. I also don't know what it was suppose to be. I remember knowing it was some cartoon-deal when I was younger. He was smaller than a GI Joe, but I loved that lil figure. Would fight with my cousin on using him as one of my guys when we would play GI Joes.

    But we're talking ages ago, like before my brother was born (87). Why I remember this, I do not know.

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    I liked the old Looney Toons and Tom & Jerry. We can't forget Josie and the Pussycats. LOL! The cartoon that probably started very early sexual fantasies. LOL!

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    Originally posted by Ally_Kat
    Now see, I used to have a small figure that looked like him but in an all white space suit thing with green boots and green detail. No helmet (i dont think)

    I can remember my parents buying it in the store, I can remember taking it everywhere, and I can't remember where I put that thing. It's prob somewhere in my room. I also don't know what it was suppose to be. I remember knowing it was some cartoon-deal when I was younger. He was smaller than a GI Joe, but I loved that lil figure. Would fight with my cousin on using him as one of my guys when we would play GI Joes.

    But we're talking ages ago, like before my brother was born (87). Why I remember this, I do not know.
    Ally ! Thats awesome, you know I would have had to kill you when I was four (If indeed it is Prince Planet)

    I think Prince Planet was the forerunner to Astroboy..
    They looked suspicously similar !

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    Originally posted by blonddgirl777
    Well... I'll be damned! L.O.L.

    Westmont... still one of the most beautiful area of Montreal...

    I grew up in Ville Emard (near Lasalle and Verdun) and now live in Ahuntsic...
    The school boards around the city had us all listen to the same things I guess...

    "Caaaaliiiiinelle, je veux des cacaouettes...!" with Madame Pointue hitting everyone on the head her ombrella L.O.L.
    Cents Tours and les Furottes where kinda scary/weird sometimes (I was 5)...

    Too funny...

    If you don't mind me asking, what part of Canada did you move to?
    Right now I'm near Ottawa, but I was living in and around Toronto for years.

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