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    Anywho, I used to like an animated series called The Lost Cities of Gold - it was all kinds of awesome!
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    My friends and I have been petitioning the abc to put the "lost cities of gold" back on for years! It was the best...

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    Does anyone remember sooty and friends?

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    TMNT
    Full House (I loved John Stamos soooooo much)
    T-bag (anyone remember that? T-bag & T-shirt?!)
    Care Bears
    Sooty

    Now I've got that damn round the twist song in my head.

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    Does anyone remember sooty and friends?
    Love Sooty. Still have my puppets.

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    The wind in the willows movie (the 1983 version)
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    Lamb chops play along
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    Ninja turtles

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    Does anyone remember sooty and friends?
    Hell yeah I do! That show was awesome.

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    Definitely The Wombles
    Noddy
    Felix the cat
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    Fraggle Rock!

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    Default Re: Great shows from your childhood

    Oh the memories reading this thread, so many of my faves already mentioned.

    Don't think I saw these ones:
    Muppet Babies
    Kimba the white lion
    The littlest hobo
    The Yearling (ETA the cartoon version from the 80's, not the old movie)

    Yes I'm old too...



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