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Tommy_Paine
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posted 17 October 2001 08:24 PM      Profile for Tommy_Paine     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Okay, so I'm being frivolous because I just have to get away from Athrax, Assinated Israeli cabinet ministers (who benifits? hmmm), the prospect of idiot contenders for Harris' job, bin Laden laden news, AND THE GALLOPING HORSES IN MY HEAD THAT JUST WON'T STOP. OH WHY WON'T THEY STOP, UNCLE?

*ahem*

Favorite and unfavorite cartoons anyone?

As a kid, I loved the old Looney Tunes, with the 3d esque animation, the pre Hanna Barbarra days. The musical wizardry of Carl Staling sure helped, too.

I really detested the Hanna Barbarism that infected cartooning in the 50's and 60's. Yuck.

I was a fan of "The Simpson's" when I first caught it as a short on whatzernames show. (mental blank-- I do find her increadibly funny and tallented)

Even though "Duckman" was uneven at times, there were some real gems there that kept me glued to the few episodes as they cycled and repeated.


I really wish I could catch "The Max" from start to finish. It always pulls me in, but I've only caught it on a hit or miss basis. It's dark, hopeless and heroic all at once.

I have one daughter who is into anime, so I'm up on "Sailor Moon" and "Dragon Ball Z", even if they are "Americanized" versions of the Japanese animation form.

......anyone get the "I Claudius" reference?


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quote:
I was a fan of "The Simpson's" when I first caught it as a short on whatzernames show.(mental blank-- I do find her increadibly funny and tallented)

Tracy Ullman. I like her stuff too.

I love 'The Tick,' the few episodes I've seen anyway. I'm not sure who carries it now in our area.

"Hanna Barbarism" -- that's good! I love the Warner Brothers stuff, but even as I kid I distinguished between the original Road Runner/Coyote ones, and the 60s versions which were crude and clumsy by comparison.

I liked "The Critic," but apparently I was about the only one to do so.

Haven't heard of "The Max" -- what's that all about? Who carries it?


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posted 17 October 2001 09:10 PM      Profile for vaudree     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Sorry, you can`t get away from it all even if you try. Looney tunes (which also reminds one of the Mulrooney verse) leads to Tiny Tunes which leads to Hampton, which leads to Ontario`s NDP opposition leader which leads back to Harris. Everything leads back to everything else --- and this isn`t even the Twilight Zone.

Did you know that last night Gohan met his future wife? Did you know that Daria now has a boyfriend? Did you know that Goku agreed to marry Chi Chi because he thought "marriage" was a new type of food? And I don`t know why Bulma got involved with Vegeta or what Krillin sees in 18 or visaversa. Did you know that, according to Batman Beyond, Batgirl slept with both Robin and the original batman before moving on and becoming police chief? Did you know that one of the contenders for Harris`s job is named "Stockwell?" And that reminds me - some one should start a comic about "Doris" the cockroach.

And not talking about Manhatan - what ever happened to the Gargoyes and what were they doing on Sept 11.

Cartoons just lead you back.


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posted 17 October 2001 09:19 PM      Profile for Michelle   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I like the Animaniacs. My favorites from that show are Pinky and the Brain (of course), and Chicken Boo (that blank look kills me every time).

Also, the Warner Brothers and the Warner Sister Dot do a hilarious spoof on Barney called "Baloney". If "The Anvil Song" isn't a classic, it should be.


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posted 17 October 2001 09:38 PM      Profile for vaudree     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
My favorites from that show are Pinky and the Brain

Doesn`t the Brain look a bit like Cretien?


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posted 17 October 2001 09:59 PM      Profile for Doug   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Doesn't Chretien sound like Pinky? NARF!
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posted 17 October 2001 10:21 PM      Profile for 'lance     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Damn! How could I have forgotten Ren and Stimpy!
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posted 17 October 2001 10:42 PM      Profile for Tommy_Paine     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Ren and Stimpy relied upon too many body fluids for me to enjoy full heartedly.

However, the episode with them selling rubber nipples had me in hysterics. (the horse and the walrus...when the walrus says "call the police" guffaw!)

And, any episode where Ren lost his mind and let his anger come spewing out had me looking. I particularly liked the descent into madness episode where Ren was jealous of Stimpy's fan mail. Genius.

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"The Max" might better be described by someone who followed it more closely. It wasn't a cartoon for laughs. It was dark. One teen girl was dealing with the suicide of her father and her social estrangement. In one episode, the girl is the victim of a savage "practicle joke", her lame b/f humiliating her in a manner most foul.

I think the main character is dealing with a sexual assault that happened in her childhood.

And, it weaves in and out of a fantasy world where "The Max" battles the demons that plague them both. But, apparently "The Max" has his own demons too.

I find myself drawn to the character of "The Max"... I think it's who I want to be, in many regards.

I'm not sure off hand who carries it; likely the cartoon network, but past midnight.
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I didn't realize that Gohan met his future wife in the last episode. It must have been the daughter of Herkule; not the fisky, and somewhat frivolous blonde.

My daughter goes on line to get all the story lines, so she would know all this stuff. I followed the episodes leading to the defeat of Freesa (sp?), I wanted to know more about this anime, and this particular cartoon my daughter was so interested in. I got kind of caught up in it in the process.

[ October 17, 2001: Message edited by: Tommy_Paine ]


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posted 18 October 2001 02:33 AM      Profile for sherpafish   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
The main point about the Max is that it's so dammed visualy pleasing! The darkness is a plus but compare it to horrible South Park and see which on gives you the migrain first. (yah, ok so I enjoyed the SP movie - but satan as sadam H's gay lover! Good stuff! 'specly the salami gag)
Votes gotta go to anything spun off from a Image series.... The Max it is.
Oops! Coulda sworn it was darkhorse... oh well. Yes the subject matter was certainly not popularist or escapist - preconceptions of what a cartoon should be still stand strong in N.America. Not suprising that the Max didn't last past the first season.

[ October 18, 2001: Message edited by: sherpafish ]


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posted 18 October 2001 11:14 AM      Profile for MJ     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Actually, it was an Image comic, and the animated series was discontinued after 10 or 11 episodes, several years ago.
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posted 18 October 2001 11:29 AM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
My faves:

Batman: The Animated Series
Spiderman (the original)
Recess
The Weekenders
Lloyd in Space
Pepper-Ann
Clerks: The Animated Series
Duckman
Dilbert
The Simpsons
Ren and Stimpy
South Park
Robotech
Battle of the Planets
Star Trek: The Animated Series
Droids
He-Man (sorry folks, I was an addict)
G.I. Joe (again, my apologies)
Rocket Robin Hood
Transformers (the original)
Reboot
Kevin Spencer
Futurama
The Critic
The Raccoons
The Real Ghostbusters
Snorks
Animaniacs
The Tick
Hulk Hogan's Rock'n Wrestling
Barbapapa
The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley
Doctor Snuggles
Dungeons & Dragons
Beetlejuice
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Belle & Sebastian
The Little Prince
Gargoyles
Eek the Cat


And a few movies:
Akira
Rock & Rule
The Secret of NIMH
The Lord of the Rings
The Aristocats
The Rescuers
Transformers: The Movie
American Pop (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!)
Fritz the Cat
Waking Life (ok, it's not out yet, but I'm looking forward to it)


(My apologies for the how the list keeps getting longer as I remember more shows.)

[ October 18, 2001: Message edited by: Kneel before MediaBoy ]


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posted 18 October 2001 11:33 AM      Profile for skdadl     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:

AND THE GALLOPING HORSES IN MY HEAD THAT JUST WON'T STOP. OH WHY WON'T THEY STOP, UNCLE?

Caligula to Claudius. Yes? What is my reward, Tommy_P?


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Trinitty
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posted 18 October 2001 02:28 PM      Profile for Trinitty     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Clerks: The Animated Series

Boo-hiss! I thought that blew. I went out and rented all of the episodes a few weeks ago, and for the first time in all my Kevin Smith viewing, I was deeply disappointed. He can't be done on television. It's the marriage of high-brow topics peppered by vulgarity that really make Smith matierial click.... and to me, that did not happen on the anim. series.

I agree with all the rest of your list though...

I must add the Smurfs to that one. And you can't list He-man (have you seen the T-shirt for that?) without She-ra.


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posted 18 October 2001 02:37 PM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
The Smurfs were good for the first few seasons, but they jumped the shark when they added the young, "Americanized" smurfs.

She-Ra sucked because of the stupid lessons they had at the end. Without those lessons, it woulda made my list.

[ October 18, 2001: Message edited by: Kneel before MediaBoy ]


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posted 18 October 2001 02:53 PM      Profile for Trinitty     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
*Trinitty sticks worm on hook, dips into water..*

Did you like Astroboy?


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posted 18 October 2001 03:01 PM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I was on the fence about that one.
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posted 18 October 2001 03:11 PM      Profile for clockwork     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I was a big Robotech fan as a kid.
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MJ
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posted 18 October 2001 03:22 PM      Profile for MJ     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I also liked Robotech.

And, KnBMb, didn't He-Man have those stupid post-show morality lessons too?


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posted 18 October 2001 03:24 PM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Did they? Hmm... Maybe I was so whipped into a pre-adolescent frenzy by Prince Adam's pectorals that I didn't notice.

Robotech: I'm currently reading the Robotech novels. When you don't have to suffer through the terrible English dubbing, they're actually darned good stories. They go a little deeper into the behind-the-scenes politics of the world government and stuff like that.

[ October 18, 2001: Message edited by: Kneel before MediaBoy ]


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posted 18 October 2001 03:45 PM      Profile for clockwork     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I personally liked the last series, “New Generation”. Ragtag resistance fighters, ruins of cities, the populace betraying them, etc. It was “rich” or "textured". I thought Macross was great but I didn’t like the whole relationship thing between Rick and that girl (like, there is a string or 5 or 6 episodes where it is just them stranded in the SDF thing… as a kid, I found that BORING).
But I was disappointed when they blew up Toronto. I was thinking I’ve finally seen something from Canada in a cartoon or what not, and they go and blow it up. Figures. The whole incident reminds my of international flights being redirected to Pearson, haha.

[editted to add, actually that isn't true since Toronto (or the Canada quadrant, whatever) was the only placing willing to let the SDF land... another example of our porous borders and us getting screwed...]

[ October 18, 2001: Message edited by: clockwork ]


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I didn't realize that Gohan met his future wife in the last episode. It must have been the daughter of Herkule; not the fisky, and somewhat frivolous blonde.


And they eventually have a daughter named Pan. Note in last night`s episode he was concerned about her because he was afraid that she might be as weak as her father? Wonder if she knows... Doesn`t Vidal remind you of Chi Chi though - something about her eyes and her expressions.

Can you picture either Vidal or her blond haired friend riding the nimbus? Hint: Chi Chi as a child could, but Bulma never could.

I would have liked to see Chi Chi swearing at her dead husband when she found out she was pregnant before it skipped ahead, though. "What do you mean he isn`t coming back" (frying pan through the air - furniture airborne - tears).

And no one has mentioned Cyber Six, yet. She`s the only thing I miss about my son choosing the net over teletoon. Most people hear that title wrong when you asked them if they`ve ever seen the show.

About Ren and Stimpy - did you ever hear that kilt song?

I wonder who is going to be fighting Bin Laden from Cartoon land. Don`t think it will be Tiny toons. Should be Golieth - a man`s city is his castle.

quote:
Did you like Astroboy

Remember that, same generation as Underdog. Was real mean, used to call him asshole boy, and Winnie - old shit face from Winnipeg. There is a whole bunch from Hey Kitty to Kereoppe about some frog looking charactors.

Any one ever see Escaflowne or Gundam Wing? And when we get back to Canada - how many agree with me that they could have given Andraya (Reboot) a shirt to put over that bra. How come as the women get tougher and more independant that they start forgetting to put on their clothes?

The law of receprocity dictates that they should either put more clothes on the women or put less clothes on the men. Fair is fair.

[ October 18, 2001: Message edited by: vaudree ]


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posted 18 October 2001 03:57 PM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I only ever saw the Macross series, unfortunately.

Did you ever see the original Macross movie? It was amazing. The way they animated zero-g dogfights was very very cool.


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I vaguely remember something about a movie, but it was about Admiral Hunter and his war with the Invid, if I remember correctly (the continuation of the story). I’m not sure if that is the same one.

I only remember the comic books with any detail, though. The drawing was pure shit for the New Generation. I think they reserved the money and the artists for Macross. I got the impression that Harmony Gold was a crap distributor (or whatever). But I could be wrong.


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posted 18 October 2001 04:11 PM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
The way the US version of Robotech was produced is pretty complicated.
http://www.yesterdayland.com/popopedia/shows/saturday/sa1419.php

There's also lots of information at robotech.com

There's also several movies that are only loosely connected to the Japanese or American TV shows. The one I'm thinking of is sort of a movie adaptation of the war against the Zentraedi. It has the same characters, sorta, but the names are all different.

There's also a new Macross series and new Macross movies, available for rent or purchase at fine comic book shops everywhere.


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posted 18 October 2001 07:16 PM      Profile for Tommy_Paine     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Yes, "The Max" was very visually appealing, but it was the the inner quest story lines that held me. Only a dozen episodes? I think that speaks volumes for the characterizations; I felt I knew them, and it usually takes a sit com or serial cartoons about 20 episodes to accomplish that.

I guess it was just a bit too sophisticated to last beyond a season. Shame.

I can close my eyes and hear the voice of "The Max" say "Julie...."


Yes! Skdadl, you are correct. I guess you win the Masterpiece Theatre Award, and you have to post in an Alistar Cook persona for the rest of the day.

I should like "Cyber Six"; after all, it's got a heroine in what looks like latex and high heels. I think where it bothers me is that the villans seem to be drawn in a different style, and it.... I don't know, it never captured me.


I must have seen a bit of Underdog as a kid, I caught an episode a while back, and it seemed to trigger memories. I think it would be terribly politically incorrect these days, what with the female interest needing rescue time and time again.

Strong female characters are the current rage, and for the better as it's much more interesting.

I think Escaflowne is probably the best example of anime on T.V. at the moment. My daughter is very taken with the animation. I've only caught a few episodes.


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posted 18 October 2001 08:44 PM      Profile for vaudree     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Alistar Cook persona

Did you ever catch Alistar Cookie on Monster peice theatre?

And talking of "Alistar" remember "You can`t do that on television."

Sad to say Barf`s cooking on that show is worse than mine.


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quote:
Originally posted by Michelle:
I like the Animaniacs. My favorites from that show are Pinky and the Brain (of course), and Chicken Boo (that blank look kills me every time).

Also, the Warner Brothers and the Warner Sister Dot do a hilarious spoof on Barney called "Baloney". If "The Anvil Song" isn't a classic, it should be.


I was searching for another thread and found this one. And then I thought, HEY! I'll bet YouTube has this skit! And sure enough, they do! This has to be my all-time favorite Animaniacs skit:


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My son got an animaniacs cd for his 20th BD a couple of weeks ago. We're all loving it.
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oldgoat, my kid and I have extended YouTube clip fests and it's such fun! We're having one right now.

We just watched this one, which had me in hysterics. My kid liked it too, but he of course didn't get the joke.

So then of course, I had to go find the original and introduce him to it. Geez, I could play on YouTube forever. And now that I have a decent internet connection, I can!


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I can't believe nobody has mentioned any National Film Board cartoons yet.

The Cat Came Back
The Big Snit

The other one I wanted to find was Le Chandail De Hockey, but it doesn't appear to be on youtube.

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quote:
Originally posted by Left Turn:
The other one I wanted to find was Le Chandail De Hockey, but it doesn't appear to be on youtube.

Found it: The sweater.


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The Sweater was wonderful. Merci

Neighbours 1963 Norman McLaren (Time: 08:04)


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At any other time, the film would not have been made. Imagine the pitch: "Let's steal time and funding from our other projects so we can go way over budget making a cartoon with no jokes, and no real gags. The score will be a German opera. Kids won't get it. Most adults won't get it, but I don't care because I think it's funny."

Fortunately, the time was 1956, the director was Chuck Jones, and the place was the Warners Bros. backlot animation studio dubbed "Termite Terrace." The result – released 50 years ago this week – was "What's Opera, Doc?," voted by animators in the 1994 book The 50 Greatest Cartoons: As Selected by 1,000 Animation Professionals to be the greatest cartoon of all time.

It is the antithesis of the routine cartoon. In place of snappy one-liners we see Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny singing their parts with complete sincerity and commitment. The backgrounds are beautifully textured paintings. The score is powerful and moving. Bugs cuts a striking figure in a metallic brassiere before Madonna was even born. It's audacious and decadent and beautiful and bold and everything the vast majority of cartoons would never dare to be.


"Kids don't get it"? My kid thinks this cartoon is a scream. He loves it.

(Oh wait - actually, I think it's "The Rabbit of Seville" that my son loves so much - they mention it later on, with Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny doing the barbershop thing.)

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