Saturday Morning

Shows of the 90sThe 90s The Simpsons reinvent the prime time cartoon, while Animaniacs , Ren & Stimpy , and Batman take the animated world to wacky, icky, scary new frontiers.
Shows of the 80s The 80s Video games ( Pacman ), toys that became cartoons and other fads ( Smurfs, G.I.Joe, Transformers ), as well as a wave of regressed characters as children
Shows of the 70s The 70s Hanna Barbera’s teen sleuths with talking animal sidekicks ( Goober and the Ghost Chasers, Scooby Doo, Funky Phantom ), primetime spinoffs and psychedelic
Shows of the 60s The 60s The first post-TV generation grew up in the golden glow of animated splendor as the Jetsons , The Flintstones , and a vast array of superheroes invaded the living
Shows of the 50s The 50s It was the age of the atom, and the dawn of Saturday morning as the original Baby Boomers tuned in to see Howdy Doody , Mighty Mouse Playhouse , and Kukla, Fran and Ollie.

Zoobilee Zoo

Zoobilee Zoo

Anyone Remember Zoobilee Zoo? Zoobilee Zoo is a programme that became popular in the eighties.They made 65 episodes over 15 years. The actors dressed up in animal costumes thus the name zoobilee zoo. The animals has a specific behavior that … Continue reading


Year of 1961

1961 was a year that saw congress approve the Peace Corps as a permanent federal agency within the State Department, and Kennedy signed the legislation on September 22. If you were going to school you may well of had a Pets and Pals metal … Continue reading

1 2 3 Go

1 2 3 Go a 1960 NBC TV program with Jack Lescoulie and Richard Thomas.

Program: “1 2 3 Go!” – Children’s tv travelogue Network: NBC TV Network Sunday evenings: Sunday 10/8/1961- Sunday 5/27/1962 Hosts/Narrators/Interviewers: Jack Lescoulie and Richard Thomas. On Sunday evening October 8,1961..NBC TV aired the children’s travelogue:”1 2 3 Go!”, the series had two people: … Continue reading

Revealed Gerry Anderson Top 10 – Supermarionation

Gerry Anderson  MBE, sadly died December 26, 2012. Today we reveal our Gerry Anderson MBE top 10. Lest we forget Thunderbirds became so popular the British toy manufacturer Matchbox were unable to keep up with the demand for the Tracy Island playset and needed Blue Peter to … Continue reading

Camberwick Green or Trumpton?

Camberwick Green or Trumpton

Hard to distinguish, are the fireman from Trumpton, or Camberwick Green? Now name the firemen CAPTAIN FLACK & Firemen PUGH,PUGH,BARNEY McGREW, CUTHBERT,DIBBLE AND GRUBB Camberwick Green or Trumpton back in 1966 The series was written and produced by Gordon Murray and … Continue reading