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A Quick Tip by smurfwreck

  • Sep 25, 2010
If you're like me and would rather have full season/series sets of some of the cartoons featured on this anthology, don't fret. Warner Archive Collection is starting to release some of them in the print-on-demand format! Thundarr the Barbarian is 1st, hopefully followed by Mr. T...
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review by . May 07, 2010
I'm a huge cartoon nerd who in particular loves the Saturday morning and syndicated stuff from the 80s and it's unfortunate that I think I'm both the exact target audience for a release like this as well as one of of the fans completely let down by this style of release.     Real quick, the WB presents SMC 1980s 2-disc set is a compilation of single episodes from eleven different 80s cartoons including:    Thundarr the Barbarian  Mr. T  Dragon's …
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From KIDS FIRST!:If you remember the excitement of waking up early on Saturday morning to watch cartoons, then get ready for a new treat as you enjoy favorites from your childhood with the next generation. This collection of cartoons from the 1980s will keep you laughing and rooting for the good guys as you walk down memory lane. Join the adventures of Thundarr and Mr. T,. and laugh with The Flintstone kids and The Monchhichis. The DVD set also includes The Kwicky Koala Show, Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos, The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley, Galtar and the Golden Lance and The Biskitts. As some adult reviewers pointed out - the trip down memory lane, viewing cartoon favorites from the past was “awesome,” and they even got to view some shows from the 80s that they had never heard of before. KIDS FIRST! Child Juror Comments: This is a great movie because I get to watch some things that my mom and dad watched when they were as old as I am. I think my friends would like it because they like The Flintstones, and I think they would think it’s cool to watch The Flintstone Kids. The cinematography was good, but not as good as things are now. Some of the episodes looked like drawings on paper. It was pretty good for the 80s, though. The characters were pretty kind to each other even though there were bad guys in the episodes. The bad guys never won. My favorite part was in The Flintstone Kids when Freddy made the bet that if their team won the game, ...
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80s Cartoons, Dvd Release

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Genre: Animation
MPAA Rating: G
DVD Release Date: May 4, 2010
Runtime: 300 minutes
Studio: Warner Home Video, Ruby Spears, Hanna-Barbera Studios
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