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nothing beats Charlie Brown and Snoopy!:guitarist
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Pogo is the title and central character of a long-running daily American comic strip, created by cartoonist Walt Kelly (1913–1973) and distributed by the Post-Hall Syndicate. Set in the Okefenokee Swamp of the southeastern United States, the strip often engages in social and political satire through the adventures of its anthropomorphic funny animal characters.

Pogo combined both sophisticated wit and slapstick physical comedy in a heady mix of allegory, Irish poetry, literary whimsy, puns and wordplay, lushly detailed artwork, irresistible characters and broad burlesque humor. The same series of strips can be enjoyed on different levels both by young children and by savvy adults. The strip earned Kelly a Reuben Award in 1951.

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LOONEY TOONS Bugs and the gang. i guess my fav would be Daffy Duck "You know, this means WAR!!" Gotta thing for ducks i guess. Disney's Donald Duck, and Pluto (not a duck) LOL!!:wah::wah:
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southern yankee;1343977 wrote: LOONEY TOONS Bugs and the gang. i guess my fav would be Daffy Duck "You know, this means WAR!!" Gotta thing for ducks i guess. Disney's Donald Duck, and Pluto (not a duck) LOL!!:wah::wah:


those were some of the best Darlene!

My favorite is foghorn leghorn.:yh_rotfl
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Odie;1363966 wrote: those were some of the best Darlene!

My favorite is foghorn leghorn.:yh_rotfl he is a trip LOL!! i love the little chicken hawk LOL!!:yh_rotfl
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southern yankee;1363984 wrote: he is a trip LOL!! i love the little chicken hawk LOL!!:yh_rotfl


fancy meeting you here:wah:

awwwwww that little chicken hawk:yh_rotfl

funny how we've noticed here and on facebook just how much we have in common, especially our animal tribes:yh_rotfl
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As a kid, this was my favorite Popeye cartoon.
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:) I finally found it...in Russian. This was one of my favorite cartoons as a child. It was shown in episodes on "The Garfield Goose Show" with Frazier Thomas in Chicago. I've never forgotten this beautifully presented cartoon.



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I am a little younger than most here but do remember watching some of the oldies like Merrie Melodies and Hughie duck and Popeye but here are some of the firsts of my childhood I remember Growing up withe







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as I grew up here are some of the latter cartoons I watched and still enjoy







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and hear are some of the more recent cartoons that I watch





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Thanks for your contributions, LittleCJ. :)
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Yeah I happened to watch a lot of cartoons
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Donald Duck :yh_pumpkn
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Lucille Bliss, Voice of Smurfette, Dies at 96 - NYTimes.com







This was another cartoon I enjoyed watching as a child.
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I really enjoyed the Jack Frost video!
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Foghorn Leghorn was and is my favorite cartoon character! Yosemite Sam is my #2 favorite.



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I never listened to the lyrics ...ha ha ha ha ha...very leftist.
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Yes,,,, I like popeye which "popeye is a sailor man,, poo poo,,,," Now a days i don't find these part in cartoon network. I really like this. Thanks for remembering me "along". Missing you popeye....:(
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Thank for the smiles AFTR! Great stuff!

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Fantastic.... i like it
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Have you ever wondered why Goofy walks on 2 feet, while Pluto walks on 4. After all, they're both dogs.
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FourPart;1464347 wrote: Have you ever wondered why Goofy walks on 2 feet, while Pluto walks on 4.


Not untill just now ..... no!
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FourPart;1464347 wrote: Have you ever wondered why Goofy walks on 2 feet, while Pluto walks on 4. After all, they're both dogs.


Pluto hadn't evolved yet. lol
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High Threshold;1464337 wrote: Fractured Fairy Tales




I got to know both Fractured Fairy Tales and Peabody's Improbable History as part of one or another incarnations of the The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show



I look back at this, entertainment which appealed to children and adults.

Back in before the boob tube people would go to movie theaters for news, cartoons and a double feature. All oriented to appeal to the young, old and families.

I believe the quality of cartoons by LOONEY TUNES and others are a direct result of the fact people actually upfront paid for the entertainment.
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tude dog;1464367 wrote:

I look back at this, entertainment which appealed to children and adults.


That's a fact.

tude dog;1464367 wrote: I got to know both Fractured Fairy Tales and Peabody's Improbable History as part of one or another incarnations of the The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show


No doubt about it, I gotta' get another hat!

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Ah, how I remember the old Kid's Saturday Matinees. Some old, tired B&W western, followed by some worn out cartoons (I mean physically worn out, as in the quality of the acetate film itself - all scratched & split), followed by either a Batman or Lone Ranger episode, then a few crappy adverts (usually made by the local seller themselves), followed by a full feature - also usually about 15 years old. All for 9d (that's 3.75p to those whippersnappers among you that don't remember Old Money). And no, I'm not exaggerating - that's how much it cost to get in because I remember that with a shilling (5p) I could still afford to get one of those frozen Kia-Ora drink cartons (the patent for which happens to have my Father's name on it btw).

Mind you, the cinema was never run for profit. It was more of a Community thing, run by some Old Dear. I later worked there in the projection room on a voluntary basis, working the old Arc Lamps & such.
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FourPart;1464378 wrote: I later worked there in the projection room on a voluntary basis, working the old Arc Lamps & such.


Yes. You could come in anytime you turned up and be lead to an asigned seat by an "usherette" (with a hand torch) through the dark. The film was shown twice for the price of a ticket so if you missed the beginning you could sit through to the next showing to see what you missed.



FourPart;1464378 wrote: ..... I could still afford to get one of those frozen Kia-Ora drink cartons (the patent for which happens to have my Father's name on it btw).


I actually did noticed an Ora about you - but I never suspected it was a Kia. :wah:
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My favorite cartoons back then was Wacky race
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Smashing good! But let's face it .... cartoons of that era were for adults. I saw them all when I was a child. For me they were just animals jumping round and speaking in megaphone voices, but it's only as an adult that I can understand the subtleties, realizing that times were hard back then and the population welcomed any excuse to have a laugh.
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i miss the imes when i was still a kid. After school, i will throw myself to my grandma couch and watch my favorite cartoons, especially the popeye series while eating of her baked cookies.

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