Legal Internet Streaming Cartoon Wish Lists

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  1. MadMan400096

    MadMan400096 World War I Flying Ace

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    In this thread, we discuss old or new cartoons what we want to see legally streamed on the internet (i.e. Netflix, Hulu Plus, etc., etc., etc.):

    • Disney Animated Shows: If Disney's not going to give us any DVDs or reruns on TV, might as well let them thrive legally on the internet.
    • Whatever Time Warner's sitting on: Sheesh, with a library like theirs, you'd think they'd at least acknowledge half of their existences.
    These are just some of my personal choices. For your choices, feel free to list them.
     
  2. Dr.Pepper

    Dr.Pepper Active Member

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    One show that I would kill to see again is Pepper Ann. It is one of my all time favorite cartoons and I remember being flooded with nostalgia the last time I saw it on TV (which was in 2008 during a marathon on Toon Disney).
     
  3. The ShopSoldier

    The ShopSoldier DISGRACEULLY Beating People Up

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    I know the animation in either of the two shows I'm about to point out is not truly anything to shout home about. but if I have to pick two shows with good writing and characters that I would love to see legally streamed that I have just gotten into, of course... Matt's Monsters and Gawayn.

    I've caught these shows on Starz Kids and Family, and I think they deserve more exposure than just that, IMHO... Just throwing that out there.
     
  4. DuckTwacy

    DuckTwacy French phone.

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    Any Cartoons Cartoons. If Cartoon Network has decided not to do the Hall of Fame DVD series after all, they might as well release the cartoons for streaming.
     
  5. J. B. Warner

    J. B. Warner Increasing my wordiness

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    Netflix had Kim Possible for like one week in 2010. As soon as I went to actually watch it, it was gone, and it hasn't come back since. Come on, Disney Channel, practically every single other original series you've ever produced is on Netflix. Why are you sitting on this one?
     
  6. John Pannozzi

    John Pannozzi 30 Years of Turtle Power

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    FYI, Kim Possible episodes are being uploaded on Youtube.
     

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