Who didn't love cartoons as a kid? I know I did. I would watch my shows to get ideas on what games to make up for the day. I looked forward to Saturday mornings just like all the other kids I knew. Cartoons were special and couldn't be watched at any hour of the day, like they can now. Hey Rocky! Watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat! Rocky and Bullwinkle was the earliest thing I remember watching. I was around two. This show came out in the 60s and was so fast paced and usually adult themed…
Hokey smoke, Bullwinkle! Rocky and his friends are back
“Welcome to Cold War II,” ForeignPolicy.com announced this week as Russian troops marched in Crimea and East-West tensions mounted. It was shades of the early 1960s, when young baby boomers were glued to their black-and-white TVs to watch a dim-witted moose and a plucky squirrel evade a pair of spies from the fictional (but distinctively Eastern bloc) nation of Pottsylvania. Could there be a m
Here are some high-definition screen captures of Marc Antony and Pussyfoot from "Feed the Kitty" and "Kiss me Cat". As always, if you use these please link to my blog. "Feed the Kitty" Pictures "Kiss Me Cat" Pictures - Ryan
ABC Saturday morning cartoons ad, 1983
I loved this year of Saturday morning cartoons (no, not because of Menudo!). The ABC 1983 lineup featured the Hanna-Barbera cartoons Pac-Man, Monchichis, The Best of Scooby-Doo, The Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show and The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show. That's 5 shows, just on one network! I also enjoyed Rubik the Amazing cube by Ruby-Spears Productions.