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Discussion in 'Back To The Inkwell - Classic Cartoons Discussion' started by 90scartoonkid, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. SB20xx

    SB20xx Oooooh!
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    Thanks! Wow, I haven't seen Kitchen Casanova for years but it's just as good as I remember it. Now if we could only get Bruno Bozzetto's "Help!", that'd be double awesome.
     
  2. Nexonius

    Nexonius Ten, count em', ten years!

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    I see you subscribed to me, Boris. I'm johnny433333. I will upload "The Chicken from Outer Space" later. I will also be doing requests on You Tube about theme songs people can hardly find.
     
  3. DarthGonzo

    DarthGonzo Fourteen Years!

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    "The Fat Cats in: Drip Dry Drips" includes a scene that never fails to get me in histerics. It occurs when bloody meat carcasses start showing up on the laundry line and they cut to Elmo with a mallet and a cow with a red X on it's forehead. Elmo's laugh, followed by "What was I supposed to be doin'..?" is histerical.
     
  4. Nexonius

    Nexonius Ten, count em', ten years!

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    Okay, I tell you the shorts that has the CN Studios logo:



    NEW: Awfully Lucky (The first 1997 short with Podunk Possum to have the CN Studios logo, even though it said @1995 Hanna Barbera Cartoons, Inc. A Turner Company, like all the 1994, 1995 and early 1996 and some 1997 shorts).
    Snoots New Squat (1997)
    Larry and Steve (1997)
    Buy One, Get One Free (1996)
    Zoonatiks: Home Sweet Home (1997)
    Tumbleweed Tex (1996)
    Pfish and Chip 2:Blammo The Clown (1997)
    Godfrey and Zeek :Lost Control (1997)
    Podunk Possum: One Step Beyond (1995 when produced, second short to have the CN Studios logo, 1997 when it aired)
    Tales of Worm Paranoia (The second to last short, the first to have @1996 Cartoon Network Studios, An Division of Hanna Barbera Cartoons, Inc., made between late 1996 and 1997).
    Strange Things (1997)
    Swamp and Tad (1997)
    The Kitchen Casanova (1996)
    The Ignoramooses (1996)
    Jungleboy In: Meet Mr. Monkeyman (Actually a Johnny Bravo short, 1996)

    If you watch Boomerang and see Brian Miller's name under Joe Mazzuca's name Of In Charge of Production, and Sherry Gunther as Executive Producer, then look for the CN Studios logo. The rest has the 1994 Hanna Barbera all stars comedy logo.



    The shorts that had the 1994 HB All Stars Comedy logo are:


    Dexter's Laboratory (The first short, duh, March 1995)
    Dexter's Lab: The Big Sister (Aired in March 1996, but made in Mid !995)
    Yoink! Of The Yukon (1995)
    Sledgehammer O' Possum: What's Going On There? (1997)
    Hard Luck Duck (1995)
    Wind Up Wolf (1996),
    Dino In Stay Out (1995),
    The Great Eggscape (1997)
    Boid 'N' Woim (1996, I thought it had the CN Studios logo a long time ago looking at the designs, but had the HB logo)
    Bloo's Gang (1996) (Made in 1995)
    Pizza Boy In: "No Tip" (1996)
    Gramps (1996)
    Sledgehammer O' Possum: Out and About (1997)
    The Powerpuff Girls: Meat Fuzzy Lumpkins (1996)
    Courage The Cowardly Dog: The Chicken From Outer Space (1996)
    Cow and Chicken: No Smoking (1995)
    Hillybilly Blue (1996)
    O'Ratz: Rat In A Hot Tin Can (1995)
    Malcom and Melvin (1997)
    Yuckie Duck: Short Orders (1996)
    Yuckie Duck: I'm On My Way! (1995)
    George and Junior's Christmas Spectacular (1995)
    George and Junior: Look Out below (1995)
    Shake and Flick: Raw Deal In Rome (1995)
    Malcom and Melvin: Babe, He Calls Me (1997, the final short to have the 1994 HB logo)
    The Adventures of Captain Buzz Cheeply: A Clean Getaway (1995)
    The Fats Cats In: Drip Dry Drips (1995)
    Mina And The Count: Interlude with A Vampire (1995)
    The Powerpuff Girls In: Crime 101 (1996)
    Pfish and Chip In: Short Pfuse (1995)
    Yuckie Duck: Short Orders (1996)
    Jof In Help: (1995)
    Johnny Bravo (1995)




    So every short was produced between 1994 and very late 1996. And airings are between March 1995 to November 1997.
     
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  5. TheFZAtUGSOnline

    TheFZAtUGSOnline Galactic Guardian since 2010

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    Does anyone know what aired last night and saturday this week (week of 7/07/07) for WAC?
     
  6. Jon Cooke

    Jon Cooke GAC!

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    It's been all repeats the past 2 nights.

    Last night was Larry & Steve, Ignaramooses, Sledgehammer O' Possum in What's Goin' On Back There.

    Saturday had Tumbleweed Tex, Buy One Get One Free, Snoot's New Squat.

    It seems next weeked is all repeats too. There are still plenty of shorts that haven't shown up yet. Talk about odd...
     
  7. TheFZAtUGSOnline

    TheFZAtUGSOnline Galactic Guardian since 2010

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    Ouch, Matinee Night Last Weekend...
    I Hope They Turn Up Soon...
     
  8. Nexonius

    Nexonius Ten, count em', ten years!

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    Yep, Ignoramooses did have the CN Studios logo, and so did Tumble Weed Tex.
     
  9. tb4000

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    In conjunction with Boris' avatar, Buy One, Get One Free has always been a favorite for years. The animation, the voices, the 60's setting, classic.
     
  10. Nexonius

    Nexonius Ten, count em', ten years!

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    Right up there with The Kitchen Casanova, Larry and Steve, Strange Things, and Shake and Flick.
     
  11. SB20xx

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    Strange Things was cute. The good kind, not the sickening kind. No doubt the computer animation helped set it apart from the other What a Cartoon! shorts, too.
     
  12. Ace Goodheart

    Ace Goodheart Strong, Digilent, Fearless

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    Watching episodes of Boomerang's edition of the WAC! show here and there, I've come to realize that I seriously fell out of watching and keeping count of the shorts as the project neared it's conclusion, as I don't recall ever seeing some of those last (IMO not as good) shorts. Either they weren't promoted heavily or premiered low-key. By mid-1997 all of CN's attention was focused on Toonami and the premieres of Johnny Bravo and Cow & Chicken (the latter of which supposedly coincided with the debut of CN's "Powerhouse" look and motif, which replaced the aging "Checkerboard" look and bumpers).

    Sad how Boomerang can't even get to airing the WAC! shorts correctly..........I'm sure there's still a few that are unaired.
     
  13. Nexonius

    Nexonius Ten, count em', ten years!

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    And, two Malcolm and Melvin shorts (1997) by Ralph Bakishi.


    And it's Captain Buzz "Cheeply" and Zoonatiks.


    Eugene Mattos and Butch Hartman did Shake and Flick: Raw Deal In Rome.



    Butch and Michael Ryan did Hillybilly Blue and Gramps.
     
  14. Nexonius

    Nexonius Ten, count em', ten years!

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    The 1997 shorts were as it follows:

    Malcolm and Melvin
    Snoots New Squat
    Johnny Bravo And The Amazon Women
    Zoonatiks: Home Sweet Home
    Awfully Lucky
    Dino In: The Great Eggscape
    Sledgehammer O' Possum In: What's Goin on There?
    Podunk Possum: One Step Beyond
    Larry and Steve
    Sledgehammer O' Possum In: Out and About
    Tales of Worm Paranoia
    Pfish and Chip In: Blammo The Clown
    Strange Things
    Malcolm and Melvin: Babe, He Calls Me
    Swamp and Tad


    I didn't know that Mike, Lu and Og were WAC shorts, or am I wrong?
     
  15. Ace Goodheart

    Ace Goodheart Strong, Digilent, Fearless

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    Yeah, I only saw a handful of those 1997 shorts from what I recall.


    And I doubt Mike, Lu and Og spawned from WAC!. I don't recall it. Plus it wasn't produced in-house and bombed terribly if that was of any help.
     
  16. Darklordavaitor

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    It was a WAC Premire along with Kenny and the Chimp during some marathon I believe.
     
  17. TheFZAtUGSOnline

    TheFZAtUGSOnline Galactic Guardian since 2010

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    What was aired this week on WAC?
     
  18. desi

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    Wasn't Kenny and the Chimp part of Big Pick 2?
     

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