I too grew up on Bugs Bunny and the rest of Looney Toons Merrie Melodies. I especially enjoyed seeing Elmer Fudd vs Bugs Bunny, or Elmer Fudd vs Daffy Duck, or sometimes Bugs Bunny vs Daffy duck. They were true classics. You mention Starblazers. Somewhere around the late 1970s early 1980s I watched every episode of Starblazers. You had to watch every episode because the story was one long continuous story. Similar to a soap opera. Do you remember their primary weapon. I think it was called the Wave Motion Ray Gun. I'm not completely sure. It shot out of the front of the ship out of some huge tunnel shape. That was so cool.
Okay, I'll bite first. I used to enjoy Superman, woody woodpecker, Batman & Robin, Peanuts, and flintstones
Woody Woodpecker. I still remember Woody Woodpecker funny laugh. Peanuts. I still don't know what Charlie Brown's teacher is saying. " Wa wa wa Wa wa wa." Charlie Brown's Christmas was one of my favorites. Charlie Brown came back with the saddest looking Christmas tree ever. It really wasn't a tree. It look more like a twig with a single Christmas ornament pulling it down to one side. Thanks to that magical Christmas spirit, they decorated that twig started singing and dancing around and made a real Christmas tree. Funny and classic at the same time
I always thought Foghorn Leghorn was funny but I don't know how to post the video. One thing-As a child you never realize how violent some cartoons are and looking back it's hard to understand why you didn't notice.
Yes, I still remember Captain Avatar saying "Wildstar, man the wave motion gun!" In my neighborhood none of the kids were watching Starblazers. As I watched it felt like I was discovering something unknown!
Sat 25 Jun, 2016 09:19 am
When I was a kid, Spiderman was my favorite comic book. This cartoon wasn't on any of the stations we got, but it was on channel 11 out of Toronto that I could pick up on a good day. The picture was always very snowy but the sound came in well.