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My thoughts on Liberty's Kids series

Discussion in 'The toonzone - General Animation Discussion' started by lwhitehead, May 18, 2017.

  1. dumbfoolkid5

    dumbfoolkid5 Active Member

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    Trying show a war in cartoons is practically an issue in the U.S. especially when it involves killing. And I remember (The Regulars are coming).

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    A bloodless Civil War cartoon sounds so crazy that I kinda want to see one now.
     
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    Red Arrow :D Proud Beneluxer

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    Is there an episode about World War I or II?
     
  4. dumbfoolkid5

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    Not that I know of.

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    I don't think it's *that* bad. The theme song is pretty solid (at least until that random hip hop section) and the voice acting had some surprising star power, including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Shriver, Walter Cronkite, and Sylvester Stallone. I enjoyed it when I was younger, but not so much now. The animation is meh and the characters aren't terribly interesting. But it's not a HORRIBLE introduction to US history for young people, and as far as I remember, not nearly as offensive as things like Tom and Jerry whenever Mammie Toe Shoes appeared (terrible African American stereotype) or Peter Pan's "What Makes the Red Man Red?"

    You can certainly do much worse, but in my opinion there are much better kids' shows out there.
     

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