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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    lol. true!! Sad old me, bought the dvd boxsets.. to show my kids when they grow up.. bahaha.. dh said they will be ancient by then and the kids will just roll their eyes at me. .. probably!! I do think they have good issues covered in them tho.
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    Degrassi is NOT sad

    I own the dvd boxsets and even have the Degrassi movie
    "Schools Out". Not to mention the TV series made before DJH called "Kids of Degrassi Street".

    Anywho, I used to like an animated series called The Lost Cities of Gold - it was all kinds of awesome!

    I also remember Trap Door. For those who are old like me "Stay away from that trap doooooor, cos' there's somethin' down therrrre".

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    I was talking about Samurai Pizza Cats the other day. My brother and I loved it!

    I also liked TMNT and Power Ranges (kid shows back then were all about violence I think... lol).

    There was some monster show... My Pet Monster maybe?

    Are you Afraid of the Dark?
    Pearls of Wisdom
    Escape from Jupiter (it was some show on Couch Potato about a red-headed alien family)
    Pokemon (DD has this and loves it...)
    The Animals of Farthing Wood


    and even just things way older than I am like all the old Hanna Barbera cartoons like Flintones, Jetsons, etc. I'm also trying to get her into the Looney Toons characters... as a trip to Movie World was kind of stupid when she didn't even know who any of them were (Except Tweety, thanks to liscensed PJs all over the place... lol).

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    Default Re: Great shows from your childhood

    The magic school bus.
    Rugrats
    Art attack
    Sailor moon
    Pokemon
    I'm sure there are more I can't remember..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MothersMilk View Post
    Superted
    Bananaman
    Care bears
    The raggy dolls

    There are so many but i can't remember them all.
    All these and:

    The Jetsons
    Flintstones
    Brum
    Animorphs
    Funny bones

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    Default Great shows from your childhood

    The Gummi Bears
    Inspector Gadget cartoon (with Don Adams as the voice)
    Original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoons
    The Smurfs (original cartoons)

    My kids love these, especially inspector gadget

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    Default Great shows from your childhood

    The Snorks
    The Smurfs
    Gummi Bears
    Ducktales
    Lift Off
    The Raggy Dolls
    Super Ted
    Widget
    Captain Planet
    Alvin and the Chipmunks (the cartoon not the CGI stuff you see now)
    Tiny Toons
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    "Stay away from that TRAP DOORRRRRRR........cos there's something down there"

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    Thinking of Flinstones, I watched it the other day and giggled at how mean Fred is to Wilma and how it was totally acceptable. Then we watched the Flinstones movie (first one...other one was cr@p) and it seemed Wilma now wore the pants...or the loin cloth.


 

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