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    Favourite 90s animated series and movies?

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    I know this has been asked quite a few times but people change their ideas every know and then.So which animated shows and movies from 1990-1999 (even if they still didn't end) did you like?

    Shows:
    1-Batman:the animated series
    2-The new Batman Adventures
    3-Superman: The animated series
    4-Batman Beyond
    5-Animaniacs
    6-Pinky and the brain
    7-Tiny Toon adventures
    8-Freakazoid!
    9-Gargoyles
    10-Darkwing Duck.
    11-Futurama
    12-Family guy (it started in 1999)
    13-Bonkers
    14-Talespin
    15-Celebrity deathmatch
    16-Johnny Bravo
    17-South Park
    18-Spawn the animated series
    19-The sylvester and tweety mysteries
    20-Beast Wars

    Films:
    1-Batman:Mask of the Phantasm
    2-Batman and Mr Freeze : Subzero
    3-Beauty and the Beast
    4-Aladdin
    5-Aladdin and the king of theives
    6-Antz
    7-A bugs life
    8-South Park:Bigger,longer and Uncut
    9-The Hunchback of Notrdame
    10-Tarzan
    11-The nightmare before Christmas
    12-Mulan
    13-Pocahantas
    14-Toy Story
    15-The lion king
    16-Hercules
    17-Space Jam
    18-The sandman (mini movie)

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    MOVIES:
    Aladdin, Anastasia, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, Batman: SubZero, Beavis and Butthead Do America, A Bug's Life, DuckTales: Treasure of the Lost Lamp, The Mind's Eye, Mulan, The Rescuers Down Under, Scooby Doo on Zombie Island, Toy Story
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    Mighty Max, Freakazoid!, Gargoyles, and The New Batman/Superman Adventures

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    Pinky and the Brain
    Animaniacs
    Tiny Toon Adventures
    The Simpsons
    Sonic the Hedgehog
    Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
    The Lion King
    Space Jam
    Toy Story
    Pokemon (first season only, and not really anymore)
    Dragon Ball Z (dislike it now, although don't mind Dragon Ball)
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    Tiny Toon Adventures
    Taz-Mania
    Animaniacs
    Sonic the Hedgehog
    Disney's Mighty Ducks
    Disney's Raw Toonage
    Mickey Mouse Works
    Arthur
    The 1999 revival of Woody Woodpecker

    The 1990's animated movies: The Lion King, Space Jam, and Anastasia.

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    Shows:

    101 Dalmatians
    Beethoven

    Movies:

    All Dogs Go To Heaven 2
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    My favorite 90s animated shows/movies

    90s shows:
    Chip 'n' Dale's Rescue Rangers
    The Critic
    Stressed Eric
    Beavis & Butthead
    Bonkers
    Snookums & Meat
    The Littlest Pet Shop
    Ren & Stimpy
    The Angry Beavers
    Tiny Toon Adventures
    Animaniacs
    Freakazoid!
    Road Rovers
    Sonic the Hedgehog
    Earthworm Jim
    Street Sharks
    Mummies Alive
    Extreme Dinosaurs
    Batman:TAS
    The Tick
    Hyperman
    South Park
    Animated Ace Ventura
    Futurama
    Daria
    Cow & Chicken
    Phantom 2040

    90s animated movies:
    Mulan
    Hunchback of Notre Dame
    Space Jam
    Anastasia
    Cats Don't Dance
    The Iron Giant
    All Dogs Go To Heaven 2
    Toy Story 1 & 2
    Bugs Life
    Scooby Doo And The Witch's Ghost
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    Series....

    South Park
    Gargoyles
    Futurama
    Animaniacs
    Pinky and the Brain
    Daria
    Batman:The Animated Series
    Batman Beyond

    Movies....
    The Nightmare Before Christmas
    Pocahontas
    Mulan
    Beauty and the Beast
    The Lion King
    Tarzan
    Hercules
    Aladdin
    The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    South Park the movie:Bigger,Longer,and Uncut
    Cats Don't Dance
    Anastasia
    Toy Story
    A Bug's Life
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    Movies:
    • Lion King
    • Aladdin
    • Toy Story
    • Space Jam
    • Scooby Doo on Zombie Island
    • Balto
    Shows
    • Ren & Stimpy
    • Rugrats
    • Pokemon
    • Dexter's Lab
    • Cow & Chicken
    • Pepper Ann
    • Ed Edd n Eddy
    • Catdog
    • Shnookems & Meat
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    Television:
    "Tiny Toon Adventures"
    "Hysteria"
    "Pinky and the Brain"
    "The Animaniacs"
    "South Park"
    "Bonkers"
    "Darkwing Duck"
    "Talespin"
    "Rocko's Modern Life"
    "Aahhh! Real Monsters"
    "Doug"
    "Rug-Rats" (even though I do not like the show anymore)
    "Ren and Stimpy"
    "Cat-Dog"
    "Spongebob Squarepants"
    "Jimmy Neutron"
    "Fairly Oddparents"
    "Hey Arnold"
    "The Angry Beavers"
    "Ed, Edd and Eddy"
    "The Powerpuff Girls"
    "Johnny Bravo"
    "Dexter's Laboratory"
    "Courage the Cowardly Dog"
    "Tales from the Cryptkeeper"
    "The Addams Family"
    "Freakzoid"
    "Futurama"
    "Family Guy"
    "Captain N and the Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3"
    "Captain N and the New Super Mario World"
    "Captain Planet and the Planeteers"
    "Ducktales: Treasure of the Lost Lamp"

    Film:
    "Beauty and the Beast"
    "The Little Mermaid"
    "Aladdin" and series (and television show)
    "The Lion King"
    "Hercules" (and television show)
    "A Bug's Life"
    "Monsters Inc."
    "Toy Story" 1 and 2
    "The Nightmare before Christmas"
    "South Park: the movie"
    "Cartoon All-stars: to the Rescue"
    "Space Jam"
    "Tarzan"
    "The Emperor's New Groove"
    "Mulan"
    "Pocahuntas"
    "The Rescuers Down Under"
    "James and the Giant Peach"

    "Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers" and "Captain N: the Game Master" actually came out in 1989, so that is why I did not put them down here. All of these movies and television shows have been released from 1990 through 1999. I checked their release dates.

    Also, I do not know when dTV was released (dTV was put on the Disney channel, usually around the time of vault disney; these are music videos that show clips from various Disney cartoon shorts and/or full-length animated features, that use famous songs)


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    Also the television shows: "Pepper Ann" and "Recess: School's Out".


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    How on earth can you people list Space Jam (an unfunny Michael Jordan advertisement mixed in with a completely out-of-character Looney Tunes script just 'cause the execs wanted it) as one of your favorite '90s cartoons and yet completely ignore the existence of such good movies as Ghost in the Shell, The Prince of Egypt, and Princess Mononoke?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HG Revolution View Post
    How on earth can you people list Space Jam (an unfunny Michael Jordan advertisement mixed in with a completely out-of-character Looney Tunes script just 'cause the execs wanted it) as one of your favorite '90s cartoons and yet completely ignore the existence of such good movies as Ghost in the Shell, The Prince of Egypt, and Princess Mononoke?
    1. Space Jam rocked back in the day.

    2. Ghost in the Shell and Princess Mononoke are two of the most overrated anime movies I've ever watched.

    3. The Prince of Egypt, while animated beautifully, isn't that good of a movie overall.
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    The 90's were the best decade for cartoons. I enjoyed.....

    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
    Tiny Toon Adventures
    Garfield and Friends
    Mother Goose and Grimm
    The Simpsons
    Capital Critters
    Ren and Stimpy
    Darkwing Duck
    The Critic
    Duckman
    Animaniacs
    Gargoyles
    Phantom 2040
    Sailor Moon
    Channel Umptee-3
    Pokemon
    Family Guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    1. Space Jam rocked back in the day.

    2. Ghost in the Shell and Princess Mononoke are two of the most overrated anime movies I've ever watched.

    3. The Prince of Egypt, while animated beautifully, isn't that good of a movie overall.
    2 and 3 I can understand, but I honestly don't know how anyone can think Space Jam "rocked". Even moreso back in the '90s when the real Looney Tunes were still on regular TV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HG Revolution View Post
    2 and 3 I can understand, but I honestly don't know how anyone can think Space Jam "rocked". Even moreso back in the '90s when the real Looney Tunes were still on regular TV.
    Your kinda young to understand how cool "Space Jam" was, so i dont think you have much to speak on...

    Plus to get technical, PoE wasnt that accurate to the story of Moses, i had most of the important stuff, but left out some details. Well, i havent seen it in a while, so i forgot most of it.

    K, heres my shows:
    Batman:the animated series
    The new Batman Adventures
    Superman: The animated series
    Animaniacs
    Pinky and the brain
    Tiny Toon adventures
    Freakazoid!
    Futurama
    Family guy
    Bonkers
    Talespin
    Celebrity deathmatch
    Johnny Bravo
    Pokemon
    Garfield and Friends
    "Rocko's Modern Life"
    "Aahhh! Real Monsters"
    "Doug"
    "Rug-Rats"
    "The Angry Beavers"
    "Ed, Edd and Eddy"
    Dexters Lab
    Cow & Chicken
    Daria
    Road Rovers
    MIB
    Legend of Calamity Jane (well, what they showed here).
    Reboot


    Movies, ah whatever you guys put down, ive seen them all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeonic Freak View Post
    Your kinda young to understand how cool "Space Jam" was, so i dont think you have much to speak on...
    What I have to speak on is a sizable knowledge of the Looney Tunes and that regardless of its values as a Michael Jordan movie, its a crappy Looney Tunes movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HG Revolution View Post
    What I have to speak on is a sizable knowledge of the Looney Tunes and that regardless of its values as a Michael Jordan movie, its a crappy Looney Tunes movie.
    It's still nowhere near as bad as "Looney Tunes: Back in Action", which was abysmal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    It's still nowhere near as bad as "Looney Tunes: Back in Action", which was abysmal.
    Amen to that!
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