Cartoons in the 60s

Cartoons in the 60sCartoons in the 60s

The Classic Cartoons shown in the 60s gave you the historical Flinstones or the futuristic Jetsons. Other 1960s cartoon shows included Deputy Dawg, Scooby Doo, Popeye, Quick Draw McGraw, Josie and the Pussycats, Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch, Batman and Alvin and the Chipmunks. Take a look and discover more cartoons favorites.

The Flintstones Episodes

The Flintstones

The Flintstones is still a family favorite according to skooldays stats, as it suddely overnight became the most searched for show. The Flintstones Episodes were 166 in total spanning 6 seasons. The animated series ran from 1960 to 1966. The Flintstones is presently seen in 22 languages in more than 80 countries around the world, and ...

Cartoons in the 50s

Cartoons in the 50s

// // The 50s gave you a mixed bad as many cartoons were in black and white, but the characters were just incredible. Who could forget the popularity Felix the cat cartoons, or Snagglepuss, The Yogi Bear Show, The Rocky And Bullwinkle Show, The Huckleberry Hound Show and repeats from favorites like Tom & Jerry ...

Cartoons in the 70s

Cartoons in the 70s

// // Sensational seventies had some amazing cartoons on offer like Scooby Doo Where Are You?. Imagine the 70s without Josie and the Pussycats, Mary, Mungo and Midge, The Pink Panther or Top Cat. From Battle of the Planets to Baggy Pants and the Nitwits, and from The Hair Bear Bunch to Hong Kong Phooey, ...

Cartoons in the 80s

Cartoons in the 80s

// // In the 1980s you were treated to repeats of all the usual classics like Road Runner, Tom and Jerry, Wacky Races, Jonny Quest, Captain Caveman, Defenders of the Earth and Rainbow Brite. No excuses there were an avalanche of great cartoon animation in the eighties.

Cartoons in the 90s

Cartoons in the 90s

// // If you were into 2 stupid dogs, angry beavers, princess gwenevere, attack of the killer tomatoes, skeleton warriors, animals of farthing wood or repeats of the old classics like Dastardly and Mutley, Top Cat, Andy Pandy, Mr Men, the 90s gave a decade full of great cartoons

7 Saturday Morning Kids TV you forgot

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. 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 ...

The Dick Tracy Show

The Dick Tracy Show Cartoon

The Dick Tracy Show (Syndicated:1961) Details by Kevin Butler. Production Co.:UPA Studios,Inc. Voices: "Dick Tracy":Everett Sloan "Hemlock Holmes":Paul Frees "Go Go Gomez":Paul Frees "Joe Jitsu":Benny Rubin "Officer Heap O'Calorie":Paul Frees "Stooge Villa":"Uncle Johnny"Coons "Mumbles":"Uncle Johnny"Coons "Prune Face"Paul Frees "Itchey":Jerry Hauser "Sketch Parree":Paul Frees "The Mole":Jerry Hauser, Benny Rubin "BB Eyes":Everett Sloan, Paul Frees "Flat Top":Mel Blanc, Paul Frees "The Brow":(Actor Unknown) "Oodles"(Actor Unknown) "Cheater Gunsmoke":Everett Sloan Other Voices:Jerry Hauser and Frank Nelson In 1960, UPA Animation Studios were hired by The ...

Disney’s Robin Hood

Robin Hood "the hero who robs from the rich to give to the poor" is an animated film produced by the Walt Disney Studios back in 1973. As a childhood memory, Robin Hood was a colourful delight. Who can forget Sir Hiss the snake played by Terry Thomas and Prince John the lion a real ...