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    • sandra21
    • By sandra21 18th Dec 12, 11:37 AM
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    • 18th Dec 12, 11:37 AM
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    • 18th Dec 12, 11:37 AM
    You didn't go back very far did you. What about The Woodentops ! The Magic Roundabout ! Andy Pandy !
    • William Barnes
    • By William Barnes 18th Dec 12, 1:11 PM
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    William Barnes
    • #3
    • 18th Dec 12, 1:11 PM
    • #3
    • 18th Dec 12, 1:11 PM
    What no Samurai Jack
  • wastedspaced
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    • 18th Dec 12, 1:56 PM
    • #4
    • 18th Dec 12, 1:56 PM
    No Ulysses 31 either it seems...
    • peterlowther
    • By peterlowther 18th Dec 12, 1:56 PM
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    • 18th Dec 12, 1:56 PM
    • #5
    • 18th Dec 12, 1:56 PM
    No Yogi Bear & Boo-boo?
    • stevemcol
    • By stevemcol 18th Dec 12, 4:32 PM
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    • #6
    • 18th Dec 12, 4:32 PM
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    • 18th Dec 12, 4:32 PM
    At last, a thinking man's poll. Only allowed three favorites though! It took me ages to decide. Couldn't find the Space Sentinels, obviously an oversight.
    Apparently I'm 10 years old on MSE. Happy birthday to me...etc
  • hanlou007
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    • 18th Dec 12, 7:18 PM
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    • 18th Dec 12, 7:18 PM
    Knightmare !!
    • luxor4t
    • By luxor4t 18th Dec 12, 7:52 PM
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    • #8
    • 18th Dec 12, 7:52 PM
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    • 18th Dec 12, 7:52 PM
    Where are the proper programmes?

    Captain Pugwash? Noggin the Nog? Herge's adventures of Tintin? Richard Greene as Robin Hood? F-Troop ( we called it Fort Courage)? The Flashing Blade?

    OK, I'm OLD
    I can cook and sew, make flowers grow.
  • tescobabe69
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    • 18th Dec 12, 7:59 PM
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    • 18th Dec 12, 7:59 PM
    Four feather falls for me.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=GB&hl=en-GB&v=vqLyY4zQOjk
    • keet83
    • By keet83 18th Dec 12, 11:22 PM
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    You didn't go back very far did you. What about The Woodentops ! The Magic Roundabout ! Andy Pandy !
    Originally posted by sandra21
    Batfink started in the 60's


    Jayce and the wheeled warriors was missed out though, otherwise I would have selected them
    Beggars cant be choosers, but savers can!
    That used to be the case
    • Jenna Appleseed
    • By Jenna Appleseed 19th Dec 12, 12:49 AM
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    since when was Ren & Stimpy meant for children?
    (& is Moomins the real version or that cutesy cartoon?)

    Three votes isn't enough
  • jjjohnson
    Atom Ant - the greatest cartoon superhero of all time!!
    jjj
    • Dark Star
    • By Dark Star 19th Dec 12, 8:17 AM
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    Dark Star
    The Samurai Pizzacats !!

    Josie & the !!!!!cats in Outer Space

    Animated stuff like...

    The Herbs/Parsley the Lion

    Hatty Town

    Camberwick Green

    I second Noggin The Nog !
    Lurking in a galaxy far far away...
    • SailorSam
    • By SailorSam 19th Dec 12, 8:27 AM
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    I thought it was strange that they showed Bungle get out of the bath and put a towel around himself, but later in the programme you'd see him walking around the shops with nothing on.
    Liverpool is one of the wonders of Britain,
    What it may grow to in time, I know not what.

    Daniel Defoe: 1725.
  • PrincessCat
    Well that took some thinking... great start to the morning

    But for us 80's/90's children I would have liked to have seen Bertha and Raggy Dolls on there!
    • JimmyTheWig
    • By JimmyTheWig 19th Dec 12, 9:32 AM
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    I thought it was strange that they showed Bungle get out of the bath and put a towel around himself, but later in the programme you'd see him walking around the shops with nothing on.
    Originally posted by SailorSam
    He used the towel to keep warm and get dry, presumably, rather than for modesty.


    I voted...
    Mr Benn, for early childhood memories
    Rugrats, as the children's cartoon that I would choose to watch as an adult
    The Flintstones, as the one inbetween - the cartoon I enjoyed most in my later childhood.

    Also wanted to vote for Wacky Races, Tom and Jerry, Top Cat, Bagpuss, Godzilla and SuperTed, but ran out of votes.
  • SquareMeal
    T & j
    The poll asks about the best childrens programme, which I mistook for "funniest cartoon", and voted for Tom and Jerry accordingly. T & J is of course the funniest thing ever, anywhere.

    My apologies to Mr Benn for not reading the question properly.
    • chocaholicmanc
    • By chocaholicmanc 19th Dec 12, 12:35 PM
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    No Sharkey & George! Heinous oversight. And on behalf of my much missed Grandad - Johnny Bravo. Never failed to make him chuckle.

    However Pinky & the Brain has to be my favourite. Still makes me laugh just thinking about it!
  • Sulevia
    The Simpsons
    Asterix
    Tintin
    none of which were on the list

    • japmis
    • By japmis 19th Dec 12, 2:13 PM
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    japmis
    Uh oh!
    You missed out Button Moon!!
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