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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 2:34 pm    Post subject: A Call To Arms! (Volunteers needed ;) ) Reply with quote

Well, the new design is up and appears to be stable. Yay!

I'm looking for cartoon researchers for the cartoons listed below (already claimed toons will be in bold, finished toons will be crossed out):

    The Incredible Hulk (1982-1985)
    Inhumanoids (1986-87)
    Inspector Gadget (1982-86)
    It's Punky Brewster (1985-87)
    Ivor the Engine
    Jetsons (1984-85, 1987-88)
    Jokebook (1982)
    Karate Kat
    Karate Kid (1989-90)
    Kidd Video (1984-87)
    Kideo TV (1986)
    The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam (1981-82)
    Kissyfur (1986-87, 1988-89)
    Kwicky Koala (1981-82)
    Lady Lovely Locks and the Pixietails (1987)
    Laverne & Shirley in the Army (1981-82)
    Laverne and Shirley with the Fonz (1982-83)
    Lazer Tag Academy (1986-87)
    Littl' Bits (See: Mori no Yogi na Shojintachi: Berufi to Rirubitto) (1980/1991-95) NEW!
    Little Clowns of Happytown (1987-88)
    The Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show (1983-84)
    The Little Rascals (1983-84)
    The Littles (1983-86)
    The Little Wizards (1987-88)
    The Lone Ranger (1980-81)
    Lunch Box (1989)
    Madballs (1986-87)
    The Magical Princess Gigi (1985)
    Maple Town (1987)
    The Marvel Action Universe (1988)
    M.A.S.K. (1985)
    Maxie's World (1989)
    Mazinger-Z
    Meatballs and Spaghetti (1982-83)
    Mighty Man and Yukk (1979-80)
    Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures (1987-89)
    Mini-Monsters (1987-88)
    Monchhichis (Monchichis) (1983-84)
    Moon Dreamers (1986-87)
    Mori no Yogi na Shojintachi: Berufi to Rirubitto (aka Littl' Bits) (1980/1991-95)
    Mork and Mindy (1982-83)
    The Mork and Mindy/Laverne and Shirley/Fonz Show (1982-83)
    Mr. Benn
    Mr. T (1983-86)Muppet Babies (1984-92)
    My Little Pony Tales (1986-1988)
    My Little Pony and Friends (1986-1987)
    My Pet Monster (1987-88)
    Mysterious Cities of Gold (1986-90)
    The New Adventures of Jonny Quest (1986)
    The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1988-90)
    The New Archies (1987-88)
    The New Scooby Doo Mysteries (1984-85)
    New Scooby and Scrappy Doo Show (1984)
    The New Shmoo (1979-80)
    The Noozles (1988-93)
    Orguss (1983-84)
    Pac-Man (1982-84)
    Paddington Bear
    Pandamonium (1982-83)
    Paw Paws (1985-87)
    Pebbles, Dino and Bamm-Bamm (1980-1981)
    Pigeon Street
    Pink Panther and Sons
    Pitfall
    The Plastic Man/Baby Plas Super Comedy Show (1980-81)
    The Plastic Man Comedy-Adventure Show (1979-80)
    Pole Position (1984-86)
    Police Academy (1988-89)
    Poochie (1984)
    Popeye and Olive Show (1981-83)
    The Popeye Show (1981-83)
    Popeye and Son (1987-88)
    Popeye's Sports Parade (1978-81)
    Popeye's Treasure Hunt (1978-81)
    Popples (1986-87)
    Potato Head Kids (1986-87)
    Pound Puppies (1986-87)
    The Power Team (1989-90)
    Prehistoric Popeye (1981-83)
    Private Olive Oyl (1981-83)
    Punky Brewster or It's Punky Brewster (1984-86)
    A Pup Named Scooby Doo
    The Puppy's Further Adventures (1983-84)
    The Puppy's Greatest Adventures (1983-84)
    Q*Bert (1983)
    The Raccoons (1985)
    Real Ghostbusters (1986-88)
    Richie Rich
    The Richie Rich/Scooby Doo Hour (1980-81)
    Rickey Rocket (1979-80)
    Ring Raiders (1989)
    RoboCop (1988-89)
    Robotix (1985-87)
    Rocklords (1985)
    Rose Petal Place
    Rubik, the Amazing Cube
    Rude Dog and the Dweebs
    Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs (1987-89)
    Saturday Supercade (1983-84)
    The Scary Scooby Funnies (1984-85)
    Schoolhouse Rock (1972-80)
    Scooby and Scrappy Doo (1979-80)
    The Scooby, Scrappy and Yabba Doo Show (1982-83)
    Scooby's Mystery Funhouse (1985-86)
    Seabert (1987-88)
    Sectaurs (1985)
    Shazam! (1981)
    She-Ra: Princess of Power (1985-86)
    Shirt-Tales (1982-85)
    Silverhawks (1985-87)
    Simpsons (1989-present)
    Sky Commanders (1987-88)
    Slimer & the Real Ghostbusters (1988-92)
    Smurfs (1981-86)
    Snorks (1984-86)
    Space Ace (1984)
    Space Ghost (1981-82)
    Space Stars (1981-82)
    Space Stars Finale (1981-82)
    Space Stars with the Teen Force (1981)
    Spiderman and His Amazing Friends
    The Spiral Zone (1987)
    Sport Billy (1982)
    Star Blazers
    Star Com (1987)
    Strawberry Shortcake (1981)
    Stoppit and Tidyup
    Street Frogs (1987)
    The Super 7 (1978-80)
    Superbook
    The Super Friends Hour (1980-83)
    Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984-85)
    Superman (1988)
    Super Mario Brothers (1989-90)
    Super Mario Brothers Super Show (1989-90)
    Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (1985-86)
    Super Sunday (1985-86)
    Swiss Family Robinson (1989-92)
    Sylvanian Families (1988)
    Tales of Little Women (1988-90)
    The Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro Adventure Hour (1981-82)
    Tarzan and the Super Seven (1978-80)
    Teen Force (1981-82)
    Teen Wolf (1986-89)
    This is America, Charlie Brown (1988-90)
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987-96)
    Thundarr the Barbarian (1980-82)
    Thunderbirds 2086
    TigerSharks (1987)
    The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show (1981-82)
    Transformers (1984-88)
    Tranzor-Z
    The Trollkins (1981-82)
    Turbo Teen (1984-85)
    Ulysses 31 (1986)
    U.S. Acres
    Voltron, Defender of the Universe (1984-87)
    The Voyages of Dr. Doolittle (1984)
    Vytor, the Starfire Champion (1989)
    Wildfire (1986-87)
    Will O the Wisp
    Wolf Rock TV (1984)
    The World of David the Gnome (1988)
    The World's Greatest Super Friends (1979-80)
    Wuzzles (1985-87)
    Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985-1986)
    The Young Astronauts
    Zorro (1981-1982)


Please claim up to 3 cartoons and post their names below stating that you will do the research for these. (No duplicated efforts this way.) Then review the info I have for the cartoons you claimed. Do a little research on each one and post what you think should be in each section of the cartoon's page-Plot/info, pic, airing info, links, voices/actors, and news/facts. If it's necessary to correct information I have, please note the corrections and your source. Post that info here. I will then update the pages for these cartoons and cross them off the list.

Example:
Quote:

The Heathcliff and Dingbat Show
Picture: http://www.example.com/picture.jpg
Info: The tough, orange-striped tomcat, Heathcliff (voiced by the legend Mel Blanc), stars in his own Saturday-morning series in which he takes great delight in annoying anyone he encounters. The second segment of the program, "Dingbat and the Creeps," followed the misadventures of a vampire dog (Dingbat), a skeleton (Sparerib), and a pumpkin (Nobody) who help people in trouble. This was the first of three Heathcliff series.

*Correction from "Spare Rib" to "Sparerib"

Airing Info: Ruby-Spears. ABC: October 4, 1980 to September 18, 1981. Rebroadcast on Cartoon Network: September 6 to December 9, 1994, June 5 to September 1, 1995, and December 18 to 29, 1995.

Characters/Actors:
Clem: Henry Corden
Crazy Shirley: June Foray
Digby: Henry Corden
Dingbat: Frank Welker
Dogsnatcher: Henry Corden
Grandma: June Foray
Heathcliff: Mel Blanc
Iggy: Mel Blanc
Marcy: June Foray
Milkman: Mel Blanc
Mr. Schultz: Mel Blanc
Muggsy: Mel Blanc
Nobody, the pumpkin: Don Messick
Sonja: Julie McWhirter, Marilyn Schreffler
Sparerib, the skeleton: Don Messick
Spike: Mel Blanc

Links: http://returnheathcliff.tripod.com/thereturnheathcliffcampaign/

News/Info: Airs occasionally on the Boomerang channel.


If you claim cartoons and I don't hear back from you within 2 weeks, I may assume that you are not researching for these and update the list accordingly.

If you have questions, post here or PM me! Thanks for your help!!! ^.^



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 7:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So many choices!

I'll just start with 4 if thats ok

The Raccoons
Rainbow Brite
She-Ra
Thunderbirds 2086



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 10:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Absolutely! I've bolded them on the list so others know that they're being worked on. Thanks for the help!



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 06, 2005 10:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Im usually very occupied so ill only make one reveiw at a time... ill take "the legend of zelda "

i hope its ok



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 06, 2005 11:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote




Back in the days of the Super Mario Super Show, every Friday us Nintendo-cartoon-watching kids would be privy to a 'real treat' - the Legend of Zelda Cartoon! Well, most of us were split. Either we made sure to only watch Nintendo cartoons on Friday when Zelda was on, or we used that day to get ourselves away from the television. Some people liked the show, others hated it.

The Legend of Zelda is based on the Nintendo game of the same name. Link, the hero of Hyrule, along with Princess Zelda protect the Triforce of Wisdom from the evil forces of Gannon

informaction

First Aired..........September 1989
Last Aired...........December 1989
Status................Canceled
Running Time.....30 min
Country.............United States
Network............Syndicated

Cast

Link: Jonathan Potts
Zelda: Cyndy Preston
Ganon: Len Carlson
King Harkinian: Colin Fox
Triforce of Wisdom: Elizabeth Hanna
Triforce of Power: Allan Stewar

News

a new DVD is on sale since August 2004 with the title "The Legend of Zelda: Ganon's Evil Tower"

links

http://tv.yahooligans.yahoo.com/play/ent/h/h/zelda_latest

if you need more info just ask... i lost a page that had the 13 episodes for downloading Sad



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PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2005 5:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Greetings!
I have Rainbow Brite Info!

NEWS!
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer is now on DVD (since Nov 2) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0002J4ZY6/rainbowbriten-20/102-9566227-3816122?creative=125581&camp=2321&link_code=as1 (amazon site to purchase)
Rainbow Brite toys now available in stores

Characters/Voices
Here are a few to add, I made sure that they were in the series and not the movie although a few were in both
Krys: David Mendenhall
Stormy: Marissa Mendenhall
Princess: Rhonda Aldrich
Count Blogg: Jonathan Harris
On-X: Pat Fraley
Skydancer: Peter Cullen
Night Sprite: Robbie Lee (just another sprite for the list)
Characters I couldn't find voice actors for
Mrs. Dismal
Sorrell
Plock
Wagah
Kitty Brite
Puppy Brite
Sunriser

Information
The information you have covers all the basics so its all good. The fact that it was based off of Hallmark characters might be worth a mention somewhere.

Airing Info
First ep released in 1984 (Peril in Pits instead of Begining of Rainbowland according to the Big Cartoon Database. Creepy) I'm not sure what else you would like for this catagory. Let me know if you want any specifics

Links
RainbowBrite and Me site no longer works
RainbowBrite Club at Yahoo no longer works
All Hail Rainbow-Redirected to site that doesn't have working info yet
RainbowBrite a Collectors guide-Redirects you to site that lets u redirect to another site you already have listed and this other one… Confused
I also found this other spiffy one you might like to add http://www.nickjr.com/ads/rainbowbrite/

Corrections
Whisp should be Wisp (according to rainbowbrite.net)
The "Evil Force" played by Pat Fraley is probably refearing to "The King of Shadows" from the Begining of Rainbowland. (no other Evil Force in the cartoons or main move)
Narrator played by Peter Cullen. There is no actual narrator in the 13 eps or the Star Stealer movie. The only narrator there is are the ones in the Read-Along movies (probably the second one since the first one is a girl narrator). I'm not sure if you want to have this info although you do have one of the Narator stories as your second sound clip. Most likly Gloom Over Rainbowland from the second Read-Along movie. (has the basic plot of the first ep Perils in the Pits though, maybe just different name or something, one of the few rainbow brite things i haven't seen so i'm not sure)
Picture has me a little nervous

If you need or want anything else (or clarifications) let me know.



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PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2005 6:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ooh, yay! ^.^ I'll get this info posted soon. Thanks, guys!



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2005 12:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Life's been crazy around here. Weekend trips, wedding showers, stolen purses (complete with checks and credit cards and cell phone), new PC to build (something that can better handle ripping eps from DVDs and maybe even from VHS!), work, and more.

So I finally got back around to updating cartoons. Thanks for the LoZ info, son goku. It's been posted. Great job on the RB info, teddy0bear. I'll get that posted, too, but later today. ^.^

Do you still want to keep your claims on the cartoons you wanted to research? There's some claimed that you haven't posted info for. Let me know or I'll open them back up to all.



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2005 1:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There was definitely a narrator at at least one point in Rainbow Brite. I took the clip with the narrator right off a tape I have. It was basically a recap detailing what happened in the premier special. Even that one time is enough to put in the credit for the narrator. Thanks for the corrections. You're right about the Whisp/Wisp thing. I checked some other resources. It's wrong in my dead-tree reference. Also on the King of Shadows one. That sounded familiar when I read it, in fact. After a quick check, it appears to be correct as well.

That's a really cute site, btw. ^.^



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2005 4:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

New Rainbow Brite page posted! Thanks for your help!

More info and volunteers would still be appreciated!



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2005 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well i was going to do tranzor-Z but... i checked the links you gave and they have everything so there is little i can do Crying or Very sad

PS: "The Tranzor Z Headquarters" and "The Z Machine" are working great but "Pictures of the toys!" is off-line



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 29, 2005 8:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I edit many of the shows you have listed. One of which is The Littles. I give you full permission to use any of my information. Anything from pictures to episode summaries is for yours to take. Just please give me credit somewhere on the site.

Thanks,
jammin' jake Very Happy



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Muppet Babies, Gummi bears, Alvin & The Chipmunks ect ect. The newest one I have just started watching is Shirt Tales! I love that now.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 2:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey there, Jake! Welcome to the forum!

Thanks for the generous offer! I'd like to take advantage of it, but I don't know what your website is. You can post it here or PM me or email it to me. Smile



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2005 6:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'll take Transformers, Ring Raiders, Thundercats, Visionares, and Voltron.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 7:56 pm    Post subject: Well, I'll see what I can get on Reply with quote

I'll try The Comic Strip (1987 cartoon consisting of "TigerSharks", "Karate Kat", "Street Frogs", and "The Mini-Monsters").

and some of my other favorites like Turbo Teen, Lazer Tag Academy, and SilverHawks.



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PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2005 11:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here I will pos tthe url to the shows I edit at tv tome and then any shows you like click on them and copy any info from there.

http://www.tvtome.com/tvtome/servlet/UserProfile/userid-559784

That is to my profile. Enjoy! Very Happy Just make sure to give credit to tv tome because then they might think I copied that information from your site. Very Happy



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PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2005 2:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks, you three! I appreciate the help.

jamminjake: I'll be sure to give appropriate credit. I have my webmaster setting up something just for that purpose because it gets hard to keep track of everything. Smile



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PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2005 12:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Visionaries: Knights of magical light
"It is a time when magic is more powerful than science and only those who control the magic control destiny, they are the Visionaries."
"Far away in a distant galaxy, the people of the planet Prysmos lived in an age of great technology. They had taken control of all of the sources of energy, and enjoyed a life of comfort and ease for 7,000 years... but this was not to last, for the realignment of the three blazing suns of Prysmos signalled the end of the age of science and technology. When all of the electrical energy have been depleted from the world, an age of magic began. But it would take some time before man would believe this. Years passed, and as the old order collapsed a new more primitive order rose form the rubble. Knowing that the balance of power between Darkstorm and Leoric could easily be tipped, both frantically searched for a military advantage."
During the stalemate the wizard Merklynn offers a challenge to the two nations offering to teach magic any who survive the journey up his mountain. Only fourteen survived the journey and are rewarded with animal totems which are based off the traits they should during the quest. Those who carried a staff were granted further power. Each staff was granted a unique ability: Wisdom, Strength, Speed, Knowledge, Decay, Fear, Destruction, and Invulnerability. Those who didn't carry a staff were able infuse magical powers into vehicles and pilot them.
The surviors split into two graops: the Spectral Kights led by Leoric and the Darkling Lords led by Darkstorm and the battle for the world began a new.

Airing info: from Setember 27, 1987 to December 13, 1987

Only one season made. 13 episodes total.

Susan Blu Galadria
Roscoe Lee Browne Reekon, Merklynn
Peter Cullen Cindarr, Orzon
Jim Cummings Witterquick, Bearer of Knowledge
Jennifer Darling Virulina
Bernard Erhard Cryotek
Jonathan Harris Mortredd
Chris Latta Darkstorm, Cravex
Michael McConnohie Ectar, Lexor
Hal Rayle Arzon, Wisdom Owl
Neil Ross Leoric
Malachi Throne Narrator
Beau Weaver Feryl

Links: http://www.hannagram.com/visionaries/
http://www.thevisionaries.co.uk/
http://www.thevisionaries.net/

NOTE! the website http://www.hannagram.com/visionaries/ is where I got most of my info and should be given credit.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2005 11:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sweet! Thanks for the Visionaries info! ^_^ I'll get it posted within the next couple of days.



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2005 3:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd love to help as soon as my school work clears up a bit. I'm pretty busy with that right now. but keep me in mind.


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