This looks really badass. Sorta like a trip through history but with bitchin' sword fights and volcanoes...
What happened to you childhood television?
Thanks, Butterflygoddess. You have no idea how much that means to me.
Childhood television shall always live in our minds and our hearts. And in some cases, in old VHS tape recordings.
*wipes tears from eyes*
Well now, I feel revamped!
The show that taught me what police call boxes were. I tried my best to sing the theme song, but my limited English relegated me to the first 2 words (â™ªTop Catâ™ª
). 'Benito', as he was called in Spanish, was always lovable, but I really liked them all.
I doubt that I'd watch this one again. But back then I did enjoy that 'the place in the country' that they all moved to was the same farm in which the farm animals aided the Dalmatians escape! Cameos galore!! And the weird romance angle between Horace and Nanny was intriguing! The 2-part episode that Roger and Anita's marriage was in jeopardy since they were married by a con-man was the best!
I'm surprised none of you made emphasis on this show! While I only saw some episodes, I do remember being extremely disappointed with the Doberman, which at the time I thought were so cool, and thrilled when Muzzle (guess which one's Muzzle) was released upon the enemies!!
It was sometimes hard to follow what was going on. I didn't really like it how often the bad guys got away. Still enjoyable.
Thought it warranted more than just a mention in my Discovery Kids
post. Aside from its simplistic concept, the reason I enjoyed it the most was because it showed a window of life in the UK. Right-hand-drive cars, UK-specific products, impressive scenery, they even had milkmen!!
I can't believe I forgot the name for this one. I mean, I think I watched every episode! You're only 16 months old and you're kicking ass in space. How cool is that?! Too bad there aren't better pics.
Didn't know they were based on a toy line until many years later.
I expected the Smurfs to make an appearance. Despite that, I still enjoyed it.
This show was edge-of-your-seat exciting!!
I forgot how much I enjoyed this theme song:
Alvin and The Chipmunks:
Those 3 sure did enjoyed the 80s! I also forgot how good the animation was for that intro. Come to think of it, that 80s sound that they most likely influenced my musical taste.
Maybe this will jog some memories down for the slightly older crowd: