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Re: Remember The Wuzzles?

Hello there @Glory1

Glad you enjoyed the TV shows.  

I like those kids shows/cartoons suits any age sometimes I Like Buzz Lightyear! love that little guy

Toy Story ~ Good laugh. 

Need to get away from all that Adult  Stuff !  sometimesGood Idea

I have enjoyed the Antz cartoons 

The Woolly Mammoth Cartoons - Ice Age

The Emperor Penguin Cartoons ~ Happy Feet

Oh and not forgetting Find Nemo

Ok so I'm a bit infantileFantastic   Puts smile on my face thoughsmiley 



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@TallTrees wrote:

Hello there @Glory1

Glad you enjoyed the TV shows.  

I like those kids shows/cartoons suits any age sometimes I Like Buzz Lightyear! love that little guy

Toy Story ~ Good laugh. 

Need to get away from all that Adult  Stuff !  sometimesGood Idea

I have enjoyed the Antz cartoons 

The Woolly Mammoth Cartoons - Ice Age

The Emperor Penguin Cartoons ~ Happy Feet

Oh and not forgetting Find Nemo

Ok so I'm a bit infantileFantastic   Puts smile on my face thoughsmiley 


Yes I also liked all the Toy Story films too @TallTrees. Went to see the first one in the cinema. The cinema was packed and only 2 children were in the audience, the rest of us were all adults!

 

But I refer to Toy Story, Ice Age, Happy Feet, Finding Nemo, Finding Dory, The Incredibles, etc as animated films, not cartoons, as they are far more than that. Yes, like cartoons they are animated but they are feature films now. Certainly not the 10 minute cartoons of my childhood. Animation has come a long way since then. You just have to look at Bambi and Fantasia, both in my collection by the way, and many of the early Disney films to see just how far animation has come. 

 

I think calling them cartoons does them an injustice, they are far more than that. Just my personal opinion, of course, I should add.

 

 

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No problem with that @Glory1

 

I enjoy them all whatever the technical term maybe cool

I appreciate the intricacies though.  

 

Long live the happy animator / cartoonist who gives us a good laughLOL

 



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Thanks for the cartoons @jonsie. And the ads too, interesting to see the difference, compared to today's advertising. 

 

Didn't know (remember?) The Flash started out as a cartoon. Am a big fan of the live action series, which is part of my collection.

 

Anyway, you made my evening with the compilations, @jonsie

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I thought there would be some memories there for you @Glory1 grin

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@jonsie wrote:

I thought there would be some memories there for you @Glory1 grin


There were, definitely, @jonsie. So again, my thanks 👍😊

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Hi @Anonymous

 

Mr. Men Books ~Never knew they produced books in French,  must say excellent.smiling

 

Slightly sideways on your topic perhaps 

Charlie Brown

 

  Fun and clever Lots of kids liked the cartoon.

Do you remember the Fox Boom Boom

I liked that character Puppet 

Image result for fox boom boom  BASIL BRUSH  ~   Remember Basil @WispaRed7

 

I think there was also a Rat don't know where that character went  ( I think they thought inappropriate for Children to like!)

Can't remember the name though.

 

Thanks @Anonymous  enjoyed the nostalgia  ~  

 



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@TallTrees

It was Roland the Rat and he was quite a cult figure (puppet) on Morning TV in the early 80's..

He drove a ratmobile and had a number of friends. Lived in a rat cave

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_Rat

 

 

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Then there was Gordon the Gopher, who made his first appearance in the Broom cupboard with Philip Schofield (Childrens TV)

Of course Philip went on to become rich and famous and left poor Gordon behind joy

 

 

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