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Mutant heroes live in New York sewers and train in martial arts to protect the city from crime.
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Premiere Date:  December 28, 1987
Genre:  Animation
Studio:  Murakami-Wolf-Swenson, Mirage Studios, Fred Wolf Films
Original Air Date:  December 28, 1987 - November 2, 1996
StarringMichael Gough, Jim Cummings, Cam Clarke, Rob Paulsen, Pete Renaday, James Avery, Barry Gordon, Townsend Coleman, Pat Fraley
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review by . June 27, 2011
posted in Awesomeness
Thats AWESOME you guys!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turltes, oh yeah.  A cult PHENOMENON in the late 80's that lasts, till pretty much now I'll be honest.  It started as an underground comic, had a mini series cartoon that grew into one of the most popular cartoons at the time, a second comic that was tied in with this show, three live action movies, a CGI movie later along with another cartoon series and MERCHANDIZING!!  Cream pies, action figures, cereals, tapes, music CD's, blankets, Batman Toys, …
Quick Tip by . September 15, 2011
I watched this show all the time when I was an adult and watching two boys around 10. They loved the show and when I would talk to them about it I was caught up in the action and the dialog. Looking back, it comes across as silly but at that time is was an interesting novelty.
Quick Tip by . June 27, 2011
Kid friendly take on Eastman and Laird's violent underground comic with a more colorful look and attitude. In all of the Turtles incarnations, it stands alone from the comic, movies and revival animated series, but it was still fun.
Quick Tip by . August 30, 2010
The old 80's show was great fun when I was a kid. Now grown up......I wonder what I was thinking. Sometimes you just can't look back.
Quick Tip by . September 30, 2009
Silly as can be, but a lot of fun, even if it was just an attempt to advertise the toys. The comic book's better, but still it's enjoyable.
Quick Tip by . September 30, 2009
I used to have Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles EVERYTHING as a kid!
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