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Can anybody remember these cartoons?

Discussion in 'Saturday Morning Forever!' started by searcher, Feb 12, 2017.

  1. searcher

    searcher New Member

    Feb 12, 2017
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    I have been trying to recall the name of some old cartoons, but I'm having trouble to find them on the internet. I would like to know if someone here can help me. The cartoons in question are (if I'm not mistaken) from the 80s or early 90s (certainly not later than 1995):

    1- A cartoon whose characters were a group of creatures who resembled colorful floating heads. Each one had some kind of characterization (for exemple, I one green floating head sported a cowboy hat).

    2- A series focusing a girl who found and befriended a dragon. The dragon takes her to an underground cave, where she discovers several other dragons. Some of the dragons were able to disguise themselves as stalactites for hiding. The plot involved some guys who wanted to capture the dragons/destroy their lair.

    Does anybody remember something like that?
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  2. Mandouga

    Mandouga Active Member

    Jun 27, 2007
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    A show called "The Bots Master" had talking robot heads in it, but they weren't floating heads. Could that be it? The second one sounds a little bit like Happy Ness: The Secret of the Loch (both shows were produced by C&D* (which was started by Jean Chalopin after he left DIC*).

    *C&D stands for "Créativité et Développement", just as DIC (or rather "D.i.C.") originally stood for "Diffusion (Broadcast), information, et Communication".

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