7 Saturday Morning Kids TV you forgot

We know you love the huge library of Saturday Morning Television programmes on here, but how abour rediscovering a few you may of forgotten.

7 Saturday Morning Kids TV you forgot

Today we put together a list of 7 Saturday Morning Kids TV programmes you may well of forgotten…so enjoy our list of memories and please feel free to let us know about any other ones we missed off our list in our 7 Saturday Morning Kids TV shows you forgot

1. Sabrina the Teenage Witch cartoon

sabrina the teenage witch

Sabrina theTeenage Witch Saturday Mornings

Most episodes of Sabrina the Teenage Witch cartoon centered around the typical problems of junior high school, along with those that come with being new to the witching business. Sabrina and best friend Chloe used magic for all sorts of emergencies—trying to fit into skinny new clothes, making Sabrina’s boyfriend Harvey (another prime time carryover) into Mr. Right,

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2. Strawberry Shortcake characters

strawberry shortcake

Strawberry Shortcake

Do you remember Strawberry Shortcake characters? from 1980 to 1985, Strawberry Shortcake and friends spread good sweets and good cheer to kids around the world.

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3.  Grape Ape

Grape Ape Animation

Grape Ape Animation

I bet you forgot Grape Ape.
A cartoon we all saw and all forgot. In the seventies he appeared on The New Tom and Jerry/Grape Ape Show. He showed himself in the mid to late seventies, then The Great Grape Ape Show ended its run after one season on its own. Beegle Beagle and Grape Ape, however, lived on as cast members of Scooby’s All-Star Laff-A-Lympics.

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4. Bobby’s World

Howie Mandel put together this awesome Saturday Morning Cartoon for kids. Covering problems facing Bobby, the perspective was always Bobby’s. The imaginative series was an early hit for the young Fox network, helping anchor its Saturday morning schedule for several years before moving into the weekday lineup.

Bobby's World

Bobby's World

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5. Barbapapas



You can’t go down the memory lane of animations unless Barbapapa gets a mention. These colourful blobs were weird and yet cute.  The entire Barba family could change their bodies into any shape imaginable, making them the envy of young readers around the globe.

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6. Dastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines

Dastardly and Muttley in their flying machines was a great animation from Hanna-Barbera with the show’s theme song, “Stop That Pigeon,” which repeated those three words over and over, until they must have been in the heads of every viewer. Many people grew up thinking that the song’s title was actually the name of the show.

Dastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines

Dastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines

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7. Jabberjaw



Another Hanna-Barbera helping with the talented Jabberjaw. Do you remember this Great white Shark and his abilities? The Neptunes would ride in the Aquacar to their concert dates, playing bubblegum pop tunes and inexplicably getting mixed up with criminals in nearly every episode while Jabberjaw kept them laughing along the way.

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7 thoughts on “7 Saturday Morning Kids TV you forgot

  1. man we had the BEST cartoons, tv shows, toys ect in the 70s and 80s! i wouldn’t call strawberry shortcake forgotten though. she was HUGE in the 80s and still is! but the “new” SS isnt even close to being as awesome and cute as the original. you can get jabberjaw at amazon. another one that i remember from the 80s that is forgotten was a cartoon called the “trollkins”. i dont remember alot except that they were little trolls that lived in a tree (i think, but i could be wrong about that) with a hillbilly accent. kind of like the smurfs. there was one that was vixen-like. she was sexy! it was totally cute, like all 80s cartoons.

      • oh man, there are so many good ones! i actually collect vintage cartoons. my favorites are jem, the smurfs, rainbow brite, the snorks, the shirt-tales, alvin and the chipmunks and she-ra. that would be my lineup. there was another cartoon from my childhood that i guess you could say is “forgotten” called rose petal place about a little girl who has to move and leave her beautiful lower garden. she cries over them and her teardrops lands on them and brings them to life. its like strawberry shortcake or rainbow brite but instead of colors/rainbow or sweets/desserts, its about flowers obviously. there is iris, daffodil and a bunch of others and of course rose petal is the leader. its totally cute and you can still get the dolls on ebay. man, i miss the 80s! it was such an awesome time to be a kid. anyways, thank you so much for your response!

  2. Monchichis,The Biscuits,and Paw Paw Bears I would have included over SSC. I’ve been involved in a rather large,close knit online community of SSC collectors for 6 years now. She is definitely not forgotten.

  3. I remember all of those shows EXCEPT for Barbapapas – don’t remember that one.

    What about Shmoo ? I think my sister and I are the only ones that remember him? Also, I remember some cartoons based on TV shoes – such as The Adventures of Gilligan’s Island, Emergency Plus Four and Jeannie (remember Babu – Yapple, Dapple!)

    My all time fave 70s Saturday morning cartoon though was The Osmonds !!

  4. I remember a cartoon about a puppy (Pettie?) looking for his boy (Tommy?) With a group of stray dogs that were trying to help him. I think it was called puppy goes home. The story ended with the puppy finding his boy and the boy adopted all his friends. There was a girl puppy too but she wasn’t the star of the show. I loved that show. I also really liked Dungeons and Dragons. I don’ remember the last episode but I think some of the characters decided not to go home.

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